Eileen Blum

Rutgers University
Linguistics Department
18 Seminary Place New Brunswick, NJ 08901
curriculum vitae


  • Nick Danis, Eileen Blum, Luca Iacoponi, Hazel Mitchley, & Adam Jardine;
    A computational method for evaluating theories of phonological representation; Chicago Linguistic Society, University of Chicago, May 25-27, 2017
  • About Me

    I am a second year PhD student in the linguistics department at Rutgers University.
    I am interested in phonetics and phonology.

    Current Project

    I am currently working on my first qualifying paper, which investigates the phonology and phonetics of stress in Munster Irish. I will collect acoustic data to evaluate the evidence for metrical theories that have been proposed for this language.
    QP committee: Paul de Lacy -chair, Akinbiyi Akinlabi,
    Joseph Casillas -Spanish/Portugese Department


  • Blum, Eileen; The acoustics of stressed velar fricatives in Munster Irish; RULing, Rutgers University, May 5, 2017 (slides)
  • Blum, Eileen; Stress in Munster Irish; RULing, Rutgers University, 2016 (slides)