Cass Lowry

Linguist, PhD student at the CUNY Graduate Center

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I’m a fourth-year PhD student in Linguistics at The Graduate Center, CUNY. My advisor is Gita Martohardjono.

I am also the lab manager of the Second Language Acquisition Lab (SLAL), where we conduct psycholinguistic experiments with heritage speakers and L2 learners using eye-tracking, ERP, and behavioral methods.

My experimental interests include the morphosyntax of heritage languages and bilingual language processing.

My theoretical interests include A-bar dependencies and pronominal reference.

I received an MA in Applied Linguistics at the University of Pittsburgh under the advisement of Alan Juffs and Matthew Kanwit.

Before turning to linguistics, I was an elementary educator in Philadelphia, US.

Last updated: October 2020