Fall 2019

(Graduate) Phonology (ENGL 5339)

  • T/Th 12:30pm–1:50pm

  • ENGL/PHIL 308; online section via Zoom

How Language Works (ENGL 3371)

  • Th 6:00pm–8:50pm

  • ENGL/PHIL 308; online section via Zoom

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Past teaching

Texas Tech University

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Texas Tech English & Philosophy Building

Texas Tech English & Philosophy Building

Rutgers Linguistics Department

Rutgers Linguistics Department

Rutgers University

Linguistics courses

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  • Spring 2011. Instructor. Linguistics of Signed Languages. [Syllabus | Student evals]

  • Fall 2010. Teaching Assistant (Instructor: Paul de Lacy): Introduction to Linguistic Theory (2 sections). [Student evals]

  • Summer 2010. Instructor. Linguistics of Signed Languages. [Syllabus | Student evals]

  • Spring 2010. Instructor. Introduction to Linguistic Theory. [Syllabus | Student evals]

  • Fall 2009. Teaching Assistant (Instructor: Paul de Lacy).: Introduction to the Study of Language (2 sections). [Student evals]

  • Summer 2009. Instructor. Linguistics of Signed Languages. [Syllabus | Student evals]

Other courses

  • Fall 2012. Instructor. 01:355:101: Expository Writing (2 sections). [Syllabus]

  • Fall 2011. Instructor. 01:355:101: Expository Writing (2 sections). [Syllabus]

Brandeis University

  • Spring 2007. Peer Assistant (Instructor: Henrietta Hung). Phonological Theory.