Publishing Partner: Cambridge University Press CUP Extra Publisher Login

We Have a New Site!

With the help of your donations we have been making good progress on designing and launching our new website! Check it out at https://linguistlist.org/!
***We are still in our beta stages for the new site--if you have any feedback, be sure to let us know at webdevlinguistlist.org***

Personal Directory Information


Name: Jesse  Stewart (IPA: ˈdʒɛsi ˈstuəɹt̚)
Institution: University of Saskatchewan
Email: click here to access email
Homepage: http://jessestewart.net
State and/or Country: SK
Canada   
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Language Documentation
Phonetics
Phonology
Psycholinguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Specialty: Phonetics of language contact
Subject Language(s): Media Lengua
Quichua, Imbabura Highland
Language Family(ies): Romance
Selected Publications: -The Development of Phonological Stratification: Evidence from Stop Voicing Perception in Gurindji Kriol and Roper Kriol (JLC 11.1).
-Voice onset time production in Spanish, Quichua, and Media Lengua (JIPA)
-Earbuds: A method for measuring nasality in the field (JLDC 11)
-Intonation patterns in Pijal Media Lengua (JLC 8.2)
-A comparative analysis of Media Lengua and Quichua vowel production (Phonetica 7.3)
-A Quantitative analysis of sign lengthening in American Sign Language (SL&L 7.1)
-Stories and traditions from Pijal: Told in Media Lengua
Courses Taught: -Language Teaching and
Technology in TESOL
-Structure of Language
-Principles of Phonology
-Research Methods
-Phonetics
-Developping of Language
Proficiencies
-Intercultural Communication
-Academic Reading and Writing
-Second Language Acquisition
-Academic Speaking
-Rules of English Grammar
-Introductory Linguistics
-Pronunciation
Dissertation Abstract: Production and Perception of Stop Consonants in Spanish, Quichua, and Media Lengua
Academic Paper Abstract: Quantitative Analysis of Sign Lengthening in American Sign Language
A Comparative Analysis of Media Lengua and Quichua Vowel Production
Intonation Patterns in Pijal Media Lengua
The Development of Phonological Stratification: Evidence from Stop Voicing Perception in Gurindji Kriol and Roper Kriol
Earbuds: A Method for Analyzing Nasality in the Field
Voice onset time production in Spanish, Quichua, and Media Lengua



Add to Linguist Directory Update your entry