Adam Jardine

Department of Linguistics, Rutgers University
Rm 205A, 18 Seminary Pl, New Brunswick, NJ

Mug shot I'm an Associate Professor at the Rutgers Department of Linguistics. My research uses computational and mathematical approaches to study fundamental questions in phonological theory.

As of the fall 2023 semester, I am the Graduate Program Director for the Department of Linguistics. Please direct any questions regarding the graduate program to

You can hear me talk about some issues with AI and language on this episode of SHI's Innovation Heroes podcast.

Research interests:

  • formal language theory
  • learning/grammatical inference
  • model theory/logic
  • representation
  • tone/pitch accent
  • long-distance processes
  • Bantu
  • Japonic
  • Austronesian

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Teaching for fall 2024: