Teaching

Office hours (South Hall 3509)

Fall 2016: Tuesday, 2:00-3:00 p.m., Thursday 9:00-10:00 a.m., or by appointment

Courses

Fall 2016

  • Linguistics 136: African American Language and Culture
  • Linguistics 292: Linguistics in the Schools (year-long seminar)

Winter 2017

  • Linguistics 191: Internship in Linguistics (special section for CCALC interns)
  • Linguistics 192: Community Partnerships in Linguistics (special section for SKILLS mentors) 
  • Linguistics 199: Independent Research (special section for SKILLS research assistants)
  • Linguistics 230: Ethnographic Methods in Sociocultural Linguistics
  • Linguistics 292: Linguistics in the Schools (year-long seminar)

Spring 2017

  • Linguistics 187: Language, Power, and Learning
  • Linguistics 191: Internship in Linguistics (special section for SKILLS research assistants)
  • Linguistics 192: Internship in Linguistics (special section for SKILLS mentors) 
  • Linguistics 292: Linguistics in the Schools (year-long seminar)

A note on SKILLS courses

The following courses listed under my name are restricted to participants in the SKILLS program:

  • Linguistics 191: Internship in Linguistics
  • Linguistics 192: Community Partnerships in Linguistics
  • Linguistics 292: Linguistics in the Schools

SKILLS participants are selected in early fall of each year and must make a yearlong commitment to the program. For more information, see the SKILLS website or email Mary Bucholtz.

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