Sam Kirkham supervises 1 postgraduate research students. Some of the students have produced research profiles, these are listed below:
Sociophonetics, sociolinguistics, language variation and change, language and identity, acoustic and articulatory phonetics
I would be happy to receive applications in the areas of sociophonetics, phonetics, laboratory phonology, sociolinguistics, and language variation and change, as well as projects that make use of the Phonetics Lab facilities.
I joined Lancaster as Lecturer in 2012. I'm a member of Lancaster University Phonetics Lab and the Language Variation and Change Research Group. I'm also a member of the NCUB's 50 Under 30 Network. Visit my personal website for further information and downloads.
I work in the areas of sociolinguistics, phonetics, and language variation and change. My research investigates how phonetic variation is used to construct identities and social meanings, particularly in ethnically diverse communities. My current projects include:
Ethnicity, social practice and sociophonetic variation
Social meanings of phonetic variation
In 2013/14 I am teaching on the following courses:
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article
Research output: Contribution in Book/Report/Proceedings › Paper
Project: Non-funded Project › Projects
Project: Non-funded Project › Research