Adam Ussishkin

Ph.D., Professor, Linguistics & Judaic Studies

I'm a professor in the Department of Linguistics, with appointments in Cognitive Science, Second Language Acquisition and Teaching, Near Eastern Studies, Judaic Studies, and the Center for Middle Eastern Studies. My research focuses on lexical access, as well as phonology and morphology. Much of the work I do centers on Semitic languages, especially Maltese and Modern Hebrew.