Lysander is a PhD Student in the Linguistics Program. Before coming to Tulane, Lysander graduated with an M.A. from George Mason University where he was an ESL Specialist at the Writing Center. He also taught English and mathematics in China and New Zealand.
Lysander’s research interests include phonology, sociophonetics, and second language acquisition. His primary research interest is phonology, especially L2 phonology. Specifically, what it reveals about underlying phonological representations and constraints. He is also interested in accent and regional variation.