LLCU, Queen's University (2015 to present)
Introduction to Linguistics (LING 100, undergraduate)
A year long introductory course in linguistics, covering morphology, syntax, phonetics, phonology, acquisition, and LVC.
Morphology (LING 330, undergraduate)
Introductory undergraduate course in morphology.
Syntax (LING 340, undergraduate)
Introductory undergraduate course in syntax.
Historical Linguistics (LING 350, undergraduate)
Intermediate undergraduate course introducing students to major themes in historical linguistics, focusing on topics in phonological, morphological, and syntactic change through time.
Comparative Morphosyntax (LING 360, undergraduate)
Undergraduate course looking at topics in morphosyntax from a comparative perspective.
Directed Readings in Linguistics (LING 501, undergraduate)
One semester course in which a student develops an independent research project, involving weekly meetings with a supervising professor.
Advanced Undergraduate Project in Cognitive Science (COGS 499, undergraduate)
Supervision of a one-semester directed project for students pursuing the linguistics concentration in the Cognitive Science major (overall course directed by a faculty member in the School of Computing).
Linguistic Diversity and Identity (LLCU 110, undergraduate) General survey course looking at topics relating to language typology, languages and varieties in contact, bilingualism, language endangerment, and language revitalization. New course developed 2016.
Linguistic Analysis and Argumentation (LING 400, undergraduate) 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). New course developed 2016.
Fall 2014 (University of Toronto)
Summer 2014 (EGG)
Fall 2013 (University of Toronto)
Winter 2013 (University of Toronto)
Spring 2012 (Northeastern University)
Introduction to Linguistics (LING 1150, undergraduate), Northeastern University
An introduction to topics in linguistics, including phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, historical linguistics, and sociolinguistics.
Fall 2011 (Northeastern University)