Adam McBride is an assistant professor of French Linguistics in the Department of French & Italian at Brigham Young University. He received his PhD in French Linguistics from the University of Texas at Austin in 2017. His research interests include French phonetics and phonology, historical linguistics, and L2 acquisition.
Research InterestsFrench phonetics and phonology (especially mid vowels and nasal vowels), L2 acquisition, and language policy (e.g., hegemony of the 'Standard' language).
Teaching InterestsFrench language and linguistics.
- Ph.D., French Linguistics , University of Texas at Austin (2017)
- M.A., French Linguistics , University of Texas at Austin (2013)
- B.A., French Studies , Classical Studies - Latin, Brigham Young University (2011)