phonetics, phonology, second language acquisition, speech accents, alien language
Steven H. Weinberger is an Associate Professor of Linguistics in the Department of English at George Mason University. He earned his Ph.D. in Linguistics in 1988 from the University of Washington in Seattle, and has taught at George Mason since 1989. He is the current director of linguistics, and teaches graduate and undergraduate level courses in phonetics, phonology, second language acquisition, and exceptional phonologies. His principle research deals with language sound systems, exceptional phonologies, adult second language learning, and foreign accents. He is co-editor of Interlanguage Phonology (1987). He is also the principal investigator and administrator of the Speech Accent Archive.
Ioup, G., & Weinberger, S. (Eds.). (1987). Interlanguage Phonology. New York: Newbury House Publishers.
Newmeyer, F., & Weinberger, S. (1988). The Ontogenesis of the Field of Second Language Learning Research. In S. Flynn & W. O’Neil (Eds.), In Linguistic Theory and Second Language Acquisition. Dordrecht: Reidel.
Weinberger, S. (2012). What Causes Foreign Accents? In R. Rickerson & B. Hilton (Eds.), The 5-minute Linguist (2nd ed.). London: Equinox.
Weinberger, S. (2014). The Speech Accent Archive. George Mason University. http://accent.gmu.edu
Weinberger, S., & Kunath, S. (2012a). Foreign Accent Identification. In M. Wrembel, K. Malgorzata, & K. Dziubalska-Kolaczyk (Eds.), Achievements and perspectives in the SLA of speech: New Sounds 2010 (Vol. 2). Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
Weinberger, S., & Kunath, S. (2012b). The Speech Accent Archive: Towards a Typology of English Accents. In J. Newman, H. Baayen, & S. Rice (Eds.), Corpus-Based Studies in Language Use, Language Learning, and Language Documentation. New York: Rodopi.
LING 306 (general linguistics)
LING 523 (english phonetics)
LING 490/690 (generative phonology)
LING 582 (second language acquisition)
LING 692 (phonology II)
LING 890 (advanced phonology seminar: OT)
LING 480/580 (first language acquisition)
Kelly Enochson, Adaptation as Statistical Learning: An Individual Differences Study (2015)