Sejin Oh

I am a Ph.D. student in Linguistics at the City University of New York, Graduate Center. My research interests are in phonetics, laboratory phonology, articulatory phonology, and prosody.

Current projects: (1) Phonetics and phonology of vowel reduction in Brazilian Portuguese; (2) Relative stability of gestural timing of a complex segment vs. a comparable cluster; (3) The effect of L2 on L1 focusing on final devoicing in Bulgarian (in collaboration with Jason Bishop and Chen Zhou); (4) The underlying tonal pattern of AP and the prosodic structure of Chungnam dialect of Korean (in collaboration with Sun-Ah Jun); (5) Vowel Reduction in Two Varieties of Bulgarian (in collaboration with Jason Bishop).