Amanda Seidl

Amanda Seidl

Associate Professor // SIS // Linguistics

Associate Professor // SIS

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Room: Heavilon Hall



SLHS 30900

B.A., Smith College 1993
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania 2000


Syntax-phonology interface, morphology, language acquisition, intonation and Bantu linguistics

Professor Seidl teaches courses in the area of speech and language development as well as linguistics.  Some specific courses include an undergraduate class in language development and graduate classes in phonology and the interface between phonology and syntax.  Her research concerns early infant understanding of speech sounds and grammatic structure of language.

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