Happy New Year!
I'm writing from the Hilton Baltimore, where today I'm co-leading an American Dialect Society's panel entitled "Cultivating Socially Minded Linguists: Service Learning
The first class of Introduction to Community Studies students ended the semester very well and their final papers and project plans definitely exceeded all
Congratulations to Kira Allmann, William and Mary's latest Rhodes Scholar!
From the press release:
"Kira C. Allman, Williamsburg, is a senior at the College of William
Wednesday we will officially launch the new minor in Community Studies! The Community Studies minor is
designed to complement any academic major and will support
I just got word that I have been awarded a National Science Foundation Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences Minority Post-Doctoral Fellowship Starter Grant. The
Chappell Fellow rising senior Rachel Granata is keeping a blog of her summer research experiences. Rachel is a Linguistics and Education major and she
My senior thesis student Daniel Villarreal is my guest blogger for this entry. As he is truly one of the most outstanding students at
In the summer, I like to visit other schools to broaden my teaching experience and to make new personal and professional connections that I
Linguists have not been shy about promoting social change. Some linguists have centered their activism efforts on language policy and linguistic rights, and others