Scott is a third-year graduate student who is currently completing a dual M.A. degree in French Linguistics and Linguistics. He is broadly interested in sociolinguistics, and particularly in experimental methods for investigating the perception of phonetic variation in spoken French. At present, he is working on a master's thesis which focuses on the socio-indexical nature of word-final post-obstruent liquid deletion in Hexagonal French. Other research interests of his include language attitudes and pronouns of address (in French and in English).
M.A. Student, Linguistics, French Linguistics