Curriculum Vitae

Caroline R. Wiltshire

Department of Linguistics, University of Florida



University of Chicago, Linguistics Department, Ph.D. with distinction August 1992

  Specializations:       Phonology, Phonetics, Dravidian Languages
  Dissertation:            Syllabification and Rule Application in Harmonic Phonology

     M.A. in Linguistics, June 1988

  Thesis:        Syllable Structure in IruLa: the role of one licensing condition in IruLa

Yale College     Bachelor of Arts cum laude in Mathematics, June 1986



Department of Linguistics, UF–Gainesville

8/01 to present: Associate Professor
7/10-8/12: Chair, Linguistics Department, 8/06 to 6/10: Director, Linguistics Program, 7/05 to 8/06: Interim Director
8/95 to 7/01: Assistant Professor

Courses Regularly Taught: (see here for more details)

Lin3201 Sounds of Human Language, Lin 4320 Introduction to Phonology, Lin4930 World Englishes
Lin 6323 Phonology 1, Lin6341 Issues in Phonology

For complete CV, see: CV2019Wiltshire