Teaching

Spring 2018

Linguistics 101B: Introduction to Linguistics (Honors)

Linguistics 307: Language and Gender

Other courses at Mary Washington

Linguistics 302: Introduction to Sociolinguistics and Anthropological Linguistics (Last taught in Fall 207, tentatively scheduled for Fall 2018)

Linguistics 308: Language and Race (Last taught in Spring 2017; tentatively scheduled for Spring 2020)

Linguistics 470N: Sociolinguistic Field Methods (Last taught in Spring 2014)

Linguistics 470R: Discourse Analysis (Last taught in Spring 2017; tentatively scheduled for Fall 2018)

 

Courses at UC Santa Barbara

Language and Power: Examines how social identities and relations (nationality, class, ethnicity, age, gender) are constructed, maintained, and challenged via language practices, policies, and ideologies. Considers power dynamics in multiple domains including everyday interaction, education, media (advertising, news, film/tv, online), and political discourse. (Spring 2010)

Asian American Languages and Cultures:  Examines the linguistic complexity of Asian Americans from a variety of perspectives including Asian American studies, linguistics, communication, sociology, education, and anthropology. (Fall 2008, Summer 2009, Spring 2011)

Asian American Popular Culture: A historical survey of how Asians and Asian Americans have been represented in American popular culture and an analysis of alternative models of popular culture. Texts include literature, theatre, television, and film. (Winter 2011)

Digital Video Editing (Summer 2008 at the Institute on Field Linguistics and Language Documentation)