Yun Kim

yun kim

Director of Undergraduate Research, Program in Linguistics
Associate Teaching Professor, Program in Linguistics
Ph. D. in Linguistics, University of California, Los Angeles, 2015

OFFICE: Modern Languages Building, Room 323
PHONE: 404 727-0820

Prof. Kim received her B.A. in Russian Language & Literature and English Language & Literature (summa cum laude, 2005) from Seoul National University (SNU), M.A. in Applied Linguistics (2008) from SNU, in Linguistics (2012) from UCLA, and her Ph.D. in Linguistics (2015) from UCLA. She has taught as an instructor at UCLA and Pomona College. Prof. Kim came to Emory in 2015 and teaches Foundations of Linguistics (LING/ANT 201) and Language Acquisition (LING/PSYC 316).

Her research interests are in first/second language acquisition, infant speech perception and Bilingual acquisition. She is particularly interested in phonetics, phonology and morphology interface and how these linguistic subparts constrain & facilitate language acquisition.

Curriculum Vitae (PDF format)

Courses taught in Linguistics

LING 201 Foundations of Linguistics (crosslisted with ANT 203)
LING 316 Language Acquisition (crosslisted with PSYC 316)
LING 317 Introduction to Psycholinguistics (crosslisted with PSYC 317)
LING 385 Experimental Phonetics
LING 401 Language, Mind and Society
LING 485 Field Methods in Linguistics
LING 485 Heritage Language Learning and Teaching (crosslisted with EAS 450W)