Email: andrija [dot] petrovic [at] stonybrook [dot] edu
Office: N220, Social and Behavioral Sciences (SBS)
I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Stony Brook University Department of Linguistics.
My primary research interests lie in morphology and its interfaces with phonology and syntax. More specifically,
- morphologically conditioned consonant epenthesis
- characterization of morphological processes as logical transductions
- morphophonological vowel fronting in Serbo-Croatian
In addition, I have worked on the stress system of Kuikuro (Cariban) with Michael Becker.
Modeling morphological epenthesis. Department of Spanish & Portuguese Linguistics Colloquium, February 18, 2021, University of Arizona.
- characterized as logical transductions on strings: pdf
- analyzed with PFM: abstract, slides
Vowel fronting in Serbo-Croatian nominal inflection (advised by Michael Becker) pdf
- Fall 2019: LIN 522 Graduate Phonetics, Stony Brook University
- Summer 2019:
- SLAV-S511 Intensive Elementary Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian I, Indiana University
- SLAV-S512 Intensive Elementary Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian II, Indiana University
- Spring 2021: LIN 110 The Anatomy of English Words, Stony Brook University (Instructor: John Bailyn)
- Winter 2021: The Afterlife of a Socialist Military, St. Petersburg Institute of Linguistics, Cognition and Culture (NYI), held online (Instructor: Tanja Petrović)
- Fall 2020: LIN 356 Language and Life in Eastern Europe, Stony Brook University (Instructor: John Bailyn)
- Summer 2020: Words and other things: what do you need to list in your head?, St. Petersburg Institute of Linguistics, Cognition and Culture (NYI), held online (Instructors: Asia Pietraszko, Omer Preminger)
- Spring 2020: LIN 431 Structure of an Uncommonly Taught Language, Stony Brook University (Instructor: Daniel Finer)
- Spring 2019: LIN 200 Language in the U.S., Stony Brook University (Instructor: Paola Cépeda)
- Spring–Fall 2018: LIN 201 Phonetics, Stony Brook University (Instructor: Marie Huffman)
- Fall 2017: LIN 355 Language and Life in Brazil, Stony Brook University (Instructor: Michael Becker)
- North American Computational Linguistics Open (NACLO) practice session, Stony Brook University.
- Reviewer for The Linguistic Review (TLR)
- SBU Department of Linguistics Graduate programs recruitment video
- SBU Department of Linguistics Graduate student representative
- Slavic Linguistics Society; Charles E. Townsend Award