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Personal Biography Statement
I recently completed my Ph.D. in Linguistics at the University of Colorado at Boulder, and currently teach courses in both linguistic anthropology and linguistics here at MSU Denver. My research and teaching interests are primarily focused on two areas - the examination of language use and social interaction using the framework of conversation analysis, and sociolinguistic analyses of language, identity, and ideology within the United States. I'm particularly interested in the functions of turn-initial particles and discourse markers in English, the use of prosody and gesture in interaction, the relationship between language, gender, and sexuality, and the sociolinguistics of computer-mediated discourse.
Ph.D. Linguistics, 2013, University of Colorado at Boulder
A current copy of my CV can be viewed here.
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