Thomas Stewart is an Associate Professor of Linguistics in the Department of Comparative Humanities. He joined the University of Louisville in 2009.
His research focuses on linguistic theory, particularly on morphology and its interfaces, and also on language contact and change. His primary research language is Scottish Gaelic. He is currently working on Morphology Unchained, a book about types and systems of word-marking other than prefixes and suffixes. He is the series editor for Cambridge Elements in Morphology.
Courses Taught Recently
- LING 503/603 – Syntax
- LING 506/606 – Historical & Comparative Linguistics
- LING 507/607 – Morphology
- LING 510/610 – Phonetics & Phonology
- LING 522/ENGL 522 – Structure of Modern English
- LING 523/ENGL 523 – History of the English Language
- LING 325/ENGL 325 – Introduction to Linguistics
- LING 327/ML 313 – Languages of the World
- LING 328 – Language Acquisition
- LING 390/ENGL 371 – The Words of English
- HUM 326 – Language & Film
- HUM 339 – Norse & Celtic Mythology