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Dr Bronwen Evans
Chandler House
2 Wakefield Street
  • Associate Professor
  • Speech, Hearing & Phonetic Sciences
  • Div of Psychology & Lang Sciences
  • Faculty of Brain Sciences
Research Summary
My research focuses on variability in the speech signal. By combining theory and methodologies from the disciplines of sociophonetics, experimental phonetics and speech perception, my work aims to address how listeners adjust perceptually to variation within their own language. I am also interested in the relationship between speech production and perception, and how speakers adapt their speech production during interaction and over their life span. My work in sociophonetics also draws on ideas from second language learning, where my work has focused on investigating the development of phonetic perception in second language learners.
Teaching Summary
I currently lecture in Phonetics and Sociolinguistics, with a focus on sociophonetics. I am also interested in supervising undergraduate and graduate dissertations in these areas.
01-OCT-2018 Associate Professor Speech, Hearing and Phonetic Sciences University College London, United Kingdom
Academic Background
2011 AFHEA ATQ02 - Recognised by the HEA as an Associate Fellow – Education - Postgraduate University College London
2005 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – Experimental Phonetics University College London
2001 MSc Master of Science – Human Communication Science University of Newcastle upon Tyne
1999 BA Bachelor of Arts – Modern Languages (Russian and French) University of Cambridge
1999 CELTA Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults – Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Not stated
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