CURRENT AND UPCOMING TEACHING

Winter 2012

  • Why do languages change? Stanford Continuing Studies, 10 weeks
  • Language and the Mind SFSU OLLI, 6 weeks

Spring 2012

  • Introduction to Linguistics: Stanford University, Department of Linguistics, Ling1, undergraduate, 10 weeks

  • Discovering Language Stanford University, Continuing Studies Program, 10 weeks
  • Language and Identity in Geopolitical Hotspots Santa Clara University OLLI, 5 weeks

Summer 2012

  • Language and Geography [co-taught with Martin W. Lewis] Stanford University, Continuing Studies Program, 5 weeks

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

GRADUATE COURSES

  • Seminar in Syntax: Word Order
  • Topics in Syntactic Theory: Minimalist Approaches to Major Constituent Orders
  • Topics in Syntax: Structure of Noun Phrases
  • Seminar in the Syntax of Russian
  • Interface Seminar (co-taught with Molly Diesing and Draga Zec)
  • Introduction to Minimalist Syntax
  • Syntax II (Cornell)
  • Syntax II (Yale)
  • Structure of Russian
  • Introduction to Linguistics
  • English Grammar
  • English Syntax

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

  • Languages of the World
  • Bilingualism, Language Attrition and Heritage Languages
  • Introduction to First and Second Language Acquisition
  • Introduction to Linguistics
  • Introduction to Linguistic Analysis
  • Introduction to Syntax
  • Advanced Russian conversation class

LIFELONG EDUCATION COURSES

  • Languages of the World
  • The Glamour of Grammar
  • The Story of English: Past, Present, and Future
  • Language and Identity in Geopolitical Hotspots
  • Language as the Mirror of the Mind

 

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