Introduction to Linguistics, second semester
(LING 100, undergraduate), LLCU, Queen's University
Second half of the year long introductory course in linguistics, focusing on phonology, phonetics, and sociolinguistics.
Linguistic Diversity and Identity (LLCU 110, undergraduate), LLCU, Queen's University
General survey course looking at topics relating to language typology, languages and varieties in contact, bilingualism, language endangerment, and language revitalization.
(LING 350, undergraduate), LLCU, Queen's University
Intermediate undergraduate course introducing students to major themes in historical linguistics, focusing on topics in phonological, morphological, and syntactic change through time.
Linguistic Analysis and Argumentation (LING 400, undergraduate), LLCU, Queen's University
Advanced undergraduate seminar, introducing students to reading original research articles in linguistics. The focus is on major debates in several different subdisciplines in linguistics (phonology, syntax, psycholinguitics, etc).
(LING 340, undergraduate), LLCU, Queen's University
Introductory undergraduate course in syntax.
Comparative Morphosyntax (LING 360, undergraduate), LLCU, Queen's University
Undergraduate course looking at topics in morphosyntax from a comparative perspective.
Introduction to Syntactic Theory
(LIN 1131, graduate), University of Toronto
Introductory graduate course in syntactic theory.
(LIN 331, undergraduate), University of Toronto
Advanced undergraduate course in syntactic theory, introducing students to current theoretical models.
(LIN 432/1133, undergraduate/graduate), University of Toronto
A seminar on advanced topics in morphological theory. Focused on issues in inflectional morphology, comparing various theoretical approaches.
(LING 3452, undergraduate), Northeastern University
An introduction to linguistic semantics, for both majors and non-majors.
Introduction to Linguistics (LING 1150, undergraduate), Northeastern University
An introduction to topics in linguistics, including phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, historical linguistics, and sociolinguistics.