Narratives of Lived Experience (LING/ENG 150-W, Spring 2014): A
writing-intensive freshmen seminar that I created on the discourse analysis of narrative. Approved by the Writing Committee as the first Linguistics freshman seminar
of Language (LING/ENG 220/ANTH 204, Fall 2013 – Fall 2017): An
introduction to linguistics that covers theoretical, applied, and
sociocultural disciplines. Re-designed as a COLL 200 in the new College Curriculum
- Dialects of British English in Film and Television (LING/ENG 230, Summer 2018): A sociolinguistic survey of British dialects with examples from popular media that I created for the William & Mary study abroad program in Cambridge, UK.
- History of the English Language (LING/ENG 303, Summer 2018) A study of English from Old English to the present, with attention to variation and globalization.
and Culture (LING/ENG/ANTH 308, Summer 2014 – Fall 2017): A introduction to sociocultural linguistics that I designed to include strong
fieldwork and writing components. Enriched with a 2015-16 University Teaching Project grant
- Language and Society (LING/ENG 406/ANTH 413, Fall 2016): A discussion-based seminar that explores language variation and language in use.
- Discourse Analysis (LING 464, Spring 2017): A hands-on seminar I developed to teach topics and methods in discourse analysis. Developed with a 2016-17 University Teaching Project grant
Conference (LING /ENG 464, Spring 2014, 2015, 2016): An experiential learning
course in which students prepare for and attend the Georgetown
University Roundtable on Languages and Linguistics.
and Gender (LING/ENG 474/GSWS 390, Fall 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017): A
discussion-based research seminar that I designed to teach
sociolinguistic approaches to gender and disciplinary writing.
Field Methods (LING/ENG 474, Spring 2014, 2018): A research seminar that I
designed for students to learn a variety of sociolinguistic methods
and to produce a major fieldwork-based project. Re-designed as a COLL 400 in the new College Curriculum