- Name: 고성연
- Nationality: United States
- Affiliation: Queens College, City University of New York
- Ph.D. in Linguistics, Cornell University August 2012
- Ph.D. candidate (ABD) in Linguistics, Seoul National University 2005
- M.A. in Linguistics, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea 2002
- B.A. in Linguistics, Seoul National University 2000
- 2013-present Visiting Scholar, Linguistics Department, Stony Brook University
- 2012-present Assistant Professor of Korean language and linguistics
- Department of Classics, Middle Eastern, Asian Languages & Cultures
- Queens College, City University of New York
- Lee, Seunghun Julio and Seongyeon Ko. Under contract. The Phonetics and Phonology of Korean. Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory Series, Springer.
- Seongyeon Ko. Under contract. Tongue root harmony and vowel contrast in Northeast Asian languages. Turcologica Series, Harrassowitz. (Expected to be published in 2016)
- Ko, Seongyeon. Submitted. Causative constructions in Acehnese. Ms, 35 pages. To appear in Kunio Nishiyama, Hideki Kishimoto, and Edith Aldridge (eds.), 2017 (expected), Topics in Theoretical Asian Linguistics, Mouton.
- Ko, Seongyeon, Andrew Joseph, and John Whitman. 2014. Comparative consequences of the tongue root harmony analysis for proto-Tungusic, proto-Mongolic, and proto-Korean. In Martine Robbeets and Walter Bisang (eds.), Paradigm Change in the Transeurasian Languages and Beyond (Studies in Language Companion Series 161), John Benjamins. 141-176.
- Ko, Seongyeon. 2014. Huh Woong sensaynguy cwungsey kwuge umwun yenkwuwa hyenday enehak [Professor Huh Woong’s phonological research on Middle Korean and contemporary linguistics]. In Jae-il Kwon (ed.), Huh Woong sensayng hakmwun saylopkey ilkki [New interpretations of Professor Huh Woong’s scholarship], Seoul: Pagijong Press. 259-303. [In Korean]
- Ko, Seongyeon. 2013. Vowel feature hierarchies in Tungusic. In Juwon Kim and Dongho Ko (eds.), Current Trends in Altaic Linguistics: A Festschrift for Professor Emeritus Seong Baeg-in on his 80th Birthday, Seoul: Altaic Society of Korea. 91-124.