These are the courses I teach on a regular basis at NYU. Please visit the Linguistics Department course pages for the current schedule. if you need a syllabus for a specific course, just drop me a line.
Language: introduction to linguistics. No prerequisites.
Phonological Analysis: introduction to phonology. Prerequisite: Sound & Language (phonetics course).
Morphology: Introduction to morphological analysis and theory. Prerequisite: Language (intro course).
Sound and Language: Introduction to linguistic phonetics. No prerequisites.
Phonology I and II: a year-long graduate introduction to phonological theory.
Introduction to Morphology at an Advanced Level: An introduction to morphological theory aimed at graduates and advanced undergrads who have taken syntax and phonology already.
Computational Phonology: a course with a focus on corpora and modeling of phonological learning. Prereqs: knowledge of Python3, and knowledge of phonology.
Seminars: Almost every year; topics vary; often co-taught with my colleagues.
I have also contributed to the creation and teaching of the Professional Seminar, where NYU grad students learn the nuts-and-bolts of doing linguistics for a living.
Here are the students whose dissertations I’ve advised. For a full list of all the dissertation committees, qualifying papers, etc., see my CV (the current version is linked at the top of the page).
Zoubida Ziani (Fulbright co-supervisor)