Phonologist | PHD Candidate

Andrew Lamont

Andrew Lamont Headshot

Hello! I am a fifth year PhD candidate in linguistics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. My interests lie in formal and computational models of phonology and how these perspectives inform each other.

Upcoming Presentations

January 8

Mayo reduplication as a feeding Duke of York derivation. Virtual poster at LSA 2021.

January 7-10

Mayo reduplication as a feeding Duke of York derivation. Virtual poster at LSA 2021.

Recent Publications

Lamont, Andrew. 2019. Precedence is Pathological: The Problem of Alphabetical Sorting. In Richard Stockwell, Maura O’Leary, Zhongshi Xu, & Z.L. Zhou (eds.), Proceedings of the 36th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics. 243-249.

Lamont, Andrew. 2019. Precedence is Pathological: The Problem of Alphabetical Sorting. In Richard Stockwell, Maura O’Leary, Zhongshi Xu, & Z.L. Zhou (eds.), Proceedings of the 36th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics. 243-249.