Jeffrey Holliday, Alumnus
Jeff Holliday received his PhD in Linguistics in 2012, with a dissertation on The Emergence of L2 Phonological Contrast in Perception: The Case of Korean Sibilant Fricatives. He is currently a post-doctoral fellow in the Department of Second Language Studies at Indiana University Bloomington. His broad research interests are phonetics, language acquisition, and Korean. More specifically, he works on sibilant fricatives (in English and East Asian languages), the acquisition of phonological contrasts (both L1 and L2), and sociophonetics (Korean dialectal variation, gender variation).