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					Lauren Hall-Lew
Wolfson College, Linton Road                                                http://LaurenHall-Lew.com
Oxford, OX2 6UD                                                        lauren.hall-lew@wolfson.ox.ac.uk
United Kingdom                                                                 +44–77920–12650 (mobile)

ACADEMIC POSITIONS
 2009–2011   Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Sociolinguistics
             Faculty of English Language and Literature / Faculty of Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics
             University of Oxford

 2009–2011   Early Career Development Research Fellow
             Wolfson College
             University of Oxford

 2009        Teaching Fellow, Department of Linguistics
             Stanford University

 2008        Teaching Fellow, Center for Teaching and Learning
             Stanford University

EDUCATION
 2009   Ph.D. in Linguistics
        Dissertation: “Ethnicity and Phonetic Variation in San Francisco English”
        Co-Advisors – Penelope Eckert & John R. Rickford
        Readers – Miyako Inoue & Meghan Sumner
        Stanford University

 2007   LSA Linguistic Institute
        Stanford University

 2006   M.A. in Linguistics
        Stanford University

 2006   Summer Cooperative African Languages Institute (SCALI)
        Indiana University

 2002   B.A. in Linguistics (summa cum laude)
        University of Arizona

 2001   Study Abroad, Kunming, People’s Republic of China
        School for International Training & Yunnan Normal University

 2000   Study Abroad, Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany
        Goethe Institut
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RESEARCH INTERESTS
 Sociolinguistics – Language ideology; Style; Identity; Linguistic markets
 Phonetic Variation – Sound change; Listener-directed speech; Category boundaries
 Regional Variation – Border communities; U.S. English dialects; Akan dialects

HONORS AND AWARDS
 2009        Centennial Teaching Assistant, Stanford University
             – monetary award for “outstanding teaching by Stanford TAs in the Schools of Humanities
             and Sciences, Engineering, and Earth Sciences”
 2007        Graduate Research Opportunity, Stanford University
             – monetary award for dissertation fieldwork and related expenses
 2006        Summer Foreign Language Area Studies (FLAS), Stanford University
             – monetary award for African language summer school for the intensive study of Twi (Akan)
 2004        Travel Grant, LSA Committee on Ethnic Diversity in Linguistics
             – monetary award for travel to the annual LSA meeting
 2003-2008   Stanford Graduate Fellowship, Stanford University
             – five years of funding: full tuition and living stipend
             http://sgf.stanford.edu/
 2002        Phi Beta Kappa, University of Arizona
 2002        Asian Pacific American Outstanding Graduating Senior, University of Arizona
 2002        Travel Grant, Women in Science and Engineering, University of Arizona
 2001        Presidential Honorary Member, American Dialect Society
 2001        Boren Scholar, National Security Education Program
             – monetary award for culture and language study and research in Kunming, PRC (China)
 2001        Undergraduate Research Grant, University of Arizona
 2000        Undergraduate Research Grant, University of Arizona
 1998-2002   Flinn Scholar, The Flinn Foundation
             – four years for funding: full tuition and study abroad stipend
             http://www.flinn.org/scholars/experience.cms
 1998-2002   President’s Award for Excellence, University of Arizona

PUBLICATIONS
in press Hall-Lew, Lauren. Ethnicity and Sociolinguistic Variation in San Francisco. Language & Linguistics
      Compass. 3(1):1-16
in press Hall-Lew, Lauren, Elizabeth Coppock and Rebecca L. Starr. Indexing Political Persuasion: Varia-
      tion in the Iraq Vowels. American Speech.

to appear Hall-Lew, Lauren. Ethnicity and Sound Change in San Francisco English. In Proceedings of the
     Thirty-Fifth Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society. University of California, Berkeley.
to appear Adams Bodomo, Charles Marfo and Lauren Hall-Lew. Let’s Speak Twi: A Proficiency Course
     in Akan Language and Culture. CSLI Publications.
to appear Lauren Hall-Lew and Amy Wong. Chinese. In Di Paolo, Marianna and Arthur Spears (eds.)
     Increasing Diversity in Introductory Linguistics.
2007 Scarborough, Rebecca, Jason Brenier, Yuan Zhao, Lauren Hall-Lew and Olga Dmitrieva. An Acoustic
     Study of Real and Imagined Foreigner-Directed Speech. Publication of the 16th International Conference
     of the Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS XVI). 6-10 August, Saarbrucken, Germany. 2165-2168.
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2006 Hall-Lew, Lauren. Arizona’s Not So Standard English. In Wolfram, Walt and Ben Ward (eds.) Ameri-
     can Voices: How dialects differ from coast to coast. Malden, MA: Blackwell.
2005 Hall-Lew, Lauren. One Shift, Two Groups: When fronting alone is not enough. University of Penn-
     sylvania. Working Papers in Linguistics: Selected Papers from NWAVE 32. 10.2: 105-116.
2004 Hall-Lew, Lauren. Arizona’s Not So Standard English. LanguageMagazine.
     http://www.languagemagazine.com.
2003 Yaeger-Dror, Malcah and Lauren Hall-Lew. Presidential use of negation. In Texas Linguistic Forum
     45 (Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Symposium about Language and Society – Austin), 187-194.
     University of Texas, Austin.
2003 Yaeger-Dror, Malcah, Sharon Deckert and Lauren Hall-Lew. Situational variation in intonational
     strategies. In Leistyna, P. and C. Meyer (eds.). Corpus Analysis: Language Structure & Language Use,
     Rodopi: Amsterdam. 209-224.
2002 Yaeger-Dror, Malcah, Lauren Hall-Lew and Sharon Deckert. It’s not or isn’t it? Using large corpora
     to determine the influences on contraction strategies. Language Variation and Change. 14(1): 79-118.

MANUSCRIPTS & WORK IN PREPARATION
under revision Hall-Lew, Lauren and Nola Stephens. Country Talk. Submitted to Journal of English Lin-
    guistics.
in preparation Hall-Lew, Lauren, Elizabeth Coppock and Rebecca L. Starr. Style-Shifting in the U.S.
      Congress: The vowels of ”Iraq(i)”. In Juan Manuel Hernndez Campoy and Juan Antonio Cutillas
      Espinosa, eds. Style-Shifting in Public: New Perspectives on Stylistic Variation. Amsterdam: John Ben-
      jamins.
in preparation Podesva, Robert J., Jason Brenier, Lauren Hall-Lew, Stacy Lewis, and Rebecca L. Starr.
      ”Condoleezza Rice and the Sociophonetic Construction of Identity.” In Juan Manuel Hernndez Cam-
      poy and Juan Antonio Cutillas Espinosa, eds. Style-Shifting in Public: New Perspectives on Stylistic
      Variation. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
in preparation Mary Rose and Lauren Hall-Lew. Ranchers and farmers: Social meaning and linguistic
      variation in US rural communities.
2006 Glides Participate in Harmony: Evidence from Akan Dialects. Unpublished Qualifying Paper (2).
     Stanford University.
2003 The Western Vowel Shift in Northern Arizona. Unpublished Qualifying Paper (1). Stanford Univer-
     sity.
2002 English Loanwords in Mandarin Chinese. Unpublished Undergraduate Honors Thesis. The Univer-
     sity of Arizona.

BOOK REVIEWS & NOTICES
in preparation Barber, Beal & Shaw, eds. “The English Language: A Historical Introduction,” 2nd ed.
      American Speech.
2008 Joseph, John E. “Language and Politics.” Discourse and Society. 19: 689-691.
2007 Wolfram, Walt and Natalie Schilling-Estes. “American English.” Journal of Language and Social Psychol-
     ogy. 26: 92-96.
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2004 Gui, Ming Chao. “Kunming Chinese”. Language, 80(4): 890-891.
2004 Gui, Ming Chao. “Yunnanese and Kunming Chinese: A study of the language communities, the
     phonological systems, and the phonological developments.” Language, 80(4): 891.
2003 Alatis, James E., Heidi E. Hamilton and Ai-Hui Tan (eds.). “Linguistics, Language and the Profes-
     sions: Education, Journalism, Law, Medicine and Technology: Georgetown University Round Table
     on Languages and Linguistics 2000.” Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 22: 345-350.
2002 Baron, Battina and Helga Kotthoff, (eds.). “Gender in Interaction.” LinguistList.
     (See http://www.linguistlist.org/)
2001 Gao, Mobo C.F. “Mandarin Chinese: An Introduction.” LinguistList.
     (See http://www.linguistlist.org/)
2001 Romaine, Suzanne. “Communicating Gender.” Journal of Sociolinguistics, 5(1): 109-111.
2000 Romaine, Suzanne. “Communicating Gender.” LinguistList.
     (See http://www.linguistlist.org/)

REFEREED PRESENTATIONS
2010 [upcoming] Lauren Hall-Lew. Tracking Social Change through Sound Change: The LOT/THOUGHT
     merger among Chinese- & Irish-Americans in San Francisco, California. Workshop on Sound Change.
     21-22 October, Barcelona, Spain. [Poster]
2010 [upcoming] Lauren Hall-Lew. L-vocalisation in Chinese American English. Sociolinguistics Symposium
     18. 1-4 September, Southampton, UK.
2010 [upcoming] Lauren Hall-Lew and Katie Drager. Accounting for Variability in Measures of Vowel
     Merger. (Panel Title: Beyond Averages: Different ways of looking at vowel variation.) Sociolinguistics
     Symposium 18. 1-4 September, Southampton, UK.
2010 [upcoming] Lauren Hall-Lew. Improved representation of variance in measures of vowel merger. The
     159th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA). 19-23 April, Baltimore, MD. [Poster]
2010 [upcoming] Lauren Hall-Lew. Improved representation of variance in measures of vowel merger.
     British Association of Academic Phoneticians (BAAP) Colloquium. 29-31 March, London.
2009 Lauren Hall-Lew. Ethnic Practice Is Local Practice: Phonetic Change in San Francisco, California. Vox
     California: Cultural Meanings of Linguistic Diversity. 3-4 April, Santa Barbara, CA. [Poster]
2009 Lauren Hall-Lew. Ethnicity and Sound Change in San Francisco English. Berkeley Linguistics Society
     (BLS). 14-16 February, Berkeley, CA.
2009 Lauren Hall-Lew. Ethnicity and Phonetic Variation in a San Francisco Neighborhood. Linguistics
     Society of America (LSA). 8-11 January, San Francisco, CA.
2008 Mary Rose and Lauren Hall-Lew. Ranchers and farmers: Social meaning and linguistic variation in
     US rural communities. (Panel Title: Contemporary Ruralities: Language, Identity, and Place) Annual
     Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA). 19-23 November, San Francisco, CA.
2008 Lauren Hall-Lew. Vowels and Glides, Whites and Asian Americans: Variation in a San Francisco
     Neighborhood. New Ways of Analyzing Variation 37 (NWAV). 6-9 November, Houston, TX.
2008 Lauren Hall-Lew. Dialect Variation in San Francisco English. Arizona Linguistics and Anthropology
     Symposium. 9-11 May, Tucson, AZ.
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2008 Lauren Hall-Lew and Nola Stephens. Talkin’ Country. Linguistics Society of America (LSA). 3-6 Jan-
     uary, Chicago, IL. [Poster]
2007 Lauren Hall-Lew, Elizabeth Coppock and Rebecca Starr. Variation in the ‘Iraq’ Vowels: Conservatives
     vs. Liberals. New Ways of Analyzing Variation 36 (NWAV). 11-14 October, University of Pennsylvania,
     Philadelphia, PA.
2007 Lauren Hall-Lew and Nola Stephens. Talkin’ Country: Locating an Ideological Speech Community.
     Interdisciplinary Conference on Culture, Language and Social Practice (CLASP). 5-7 October, University of
     Colorado, Boulder, CO.

2007 Scarborough, Rebecca, Jason Brenier, Yuan Zhao, Lauren Hall-Lew and Olga Dmitrieva. An Acoustic
     Study of Real and Imagined Foreigner-Directed Speech. International Conference of the Phonetic Sciences
                                 ¨
     (ICPhS). 6-10 August, Saarbrucken, Germany. [Poster]
2007 Scarborough, Rebecca, Olga Dmitrieva, Lauren Hall-Lew, Yuan Zhao and Jason Brenier. An Acoustic
     Study of Real and Imagined Foreigner-Directed Speech. The 153th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of
     America (ASA). 4-8 June, Salt Lake City, UT . [Poster]
2007 Yaeger-Dror, Malcah, Tania Granadillo, Lauren Hall-Lew, Feng-hsi Liu and Shoji Takano. Disagree-
     ment and Prosody – a cross-cultural and cross-linguistic perspective. 17th International Conference on
     Pragmatics & Language Learning. 26-28 March, University of Hawai’i at Manoa, Honolulu, HI.

2007 Podesva, Robert J., Jason Brenier, Lauren Hall-Lew, Stacy Lewis, Patrick Callier and Rebecca Starr.
     Multiple identities, multiple features: A sociophonetic profile of Condoleezza Rice. American Dialect
     Society (ADS). 4-7 January, Anaheim, CA.
2006 Podesva, Robert J., Jason Brenier, Lauren Hall-Lew, Stacy Lewis, Patrick Callier and Rebecca Starr.
     Multiple identities, multiple features: A sociophonetic profile of Condoleezza Rice. Poster presented
     at New Ways of Analyzing Variation 35 (NWAV). 9-12 November, The Ohio State University, Columbus,
     OH. [Poster]
2006 Lauren Hall-Lew and Elisabeth Norcliffe. ‘A Chinese walks into a bar...’: English Ethnonym Ide-
     ologies. New Ways of Analyzing Variation 35 (NWAV). 9-12 November, The Ohio State University,
     Columbus, OH.

2006 Lauren Hall-Lew, Thea Strand, Michael Wroblewski, Malcah Yaeger-Dror and Sylvie Du Bois. Com-
     parison of linguistic analyses of parallel conversational corpora. American Association of Applied Corpus
     Linguistics (AAACL). 20-22 October, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ.
2004 Rose, Mary and Lauren Hall-Lew. Linguistic Variation and the Rural Imaginary. New Ways of Analyz-
     ing Variation 33 (NWAV). 1-3 October, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

2004 Lauren Hall-Lew. Between Communities: Southwestern U.S. English. American Dialect Society (ADS).
     8-11 January, Boston, MA.
2004 Yaeger-Dror, Malcah and Lauren Hall-Lew. Parameters of Negative-Prominence: Gender, Region
     and Dominance Considerations. American Dialect Society (ADS). 8-11 January, Boston, MA.

2003 Lauren Hall-Lew. One shift, two groups: When fronting along is not enough. New Ways of Analyzing
     Variation 32 (NWAV). 9-12 October, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
2002 Lauren Hall-Lew and Malcah Yaeger-Dror. ‘Totally California?’: The Occurrence of (ow)-Fronting
     in Arizona English. New Ways of Analyzing Variation 31 (NWAV). 10-13 October, Stanford University,
     Stanford, CA.
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2002 Yaeger-Dror, Malcah and Lauren Hall-Lew. Interactive footing and its influence on prosodic choices:
     a study of political discourse. 2002 Conference on Language, Interaction and Culture (CLIC). 24-26 May,
     UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.

2002 Yaeger-Dror, Malcah and Lauren Hall-Lew. Prosodic and syntactic prominence on negatives used
     by U.S. presidents. Symposium About Language and Society, Austin (SALSA). 12-14 April, University of
     Texas, Austin, TX.
2002 Yaeger-Dror, Malcah and Lauren Hall-Lew. It isn’t hard to figure out but it’s not too hard either.
     American Dialect Society (ADS). 3-6 January, San Francisco, CA.

2001 Yaeger-Dror, Malcah, Sharon Deckert and Lauren Hall-Lew. Register variation in prosodic strategies.
     The 3rd North American Symposium on Corpus Linguistics and Language Teaching. 23-25 March, Boston,
     MA.
2001 Yaeger-Dror, Malcah, Sharon Deckert and Lauren Hall-Lew. Situational variation in prosodic strate-
     gies: It’s not as simple as you think. Linguistic Society of America (LSA). 6-9 January, Washington,
     D.C.
2000 Yaeger-Dror, Malcah, Sharon Deckert and Lauren Hall-Lew. Prosodic prominence on negation in var-
     ious ’registers’ of U.S. English. 140th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA). 3-8 December,
     Newport Beach, CA. [Poster]

2000 Yaeger-Dror, Malcah, Sharon Deckert and Lauren Hall-Lew. Contraction in American English: Evi-
     dence from the LDC and other megacorpora. The Second North American Symposium on Corpus Linguis-
     tics and Language Teaching. April, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS
2010 Tracking Social Change through Sound Change: The LOT/THOUGHT merger among Chinese- &
     Irish-Americans in San Francisco, California. Department of Linguistics, 16 March, University of Manch-
     ester, Manchester, United Kingdom.
2010 (Title TBA). Language Variation and Linguistic Theory Research Group (LVLTRG), 4 March, Lancaster
     University, Lancaster, United Kingdom.
2010 Changing Linguistic Markets: Irish and Chinese ethnicities in San Francisco, California. Department
     of English and History, 3 March, Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, Lancashire, United Kingdom.
2009 Ethnicity & Urban Dialect Contact. Faculty of English Language and Literature & Wolfson College, 8 May,
     University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom.
2009 Asian Ethnicity & San Francisco English. Phonetics and Phonology Phorum, 27 April, University of
     California, Berkeley, CA
2009 The Emergence of Identity through Linguistic Practice. Department of Linguistics, 2 February, Univer-
     sity of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia

2008 Ethnicity and Phonetic Variation in a San Francisco Neighborhood. Sociorap, 28 October, Stanford
     University, Stanford, CA
2006 Glides Participate in Harmony: Evidence from Akan Dialects. Phonology Workshop. 1 March, Stanford
     University, Stanford, CA
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OTHER PRESENTATIONS
2006 Glides Harmonize, Too: Evidence from Akan Dialects. Third Annual QPFest. 21 April, Stanford Uni-
     versity, Stanford, CA
2004 The Western Vowel Shift in Northern Arizona. First Annual QPFest. 28 May, Stanford University,
     Stanford, CA

2002 (with Malcah Yaeger-Dror.) Contraction Strategies in Presidential Debates: Social vs. Cognitive fac-
     tors. 13th Annual Undergraduate Biology Research Program Conference. University of Arizona, Tucson,
     AZ
2001 (with Malcah Yaeger-Dror.) Linguistic Strategies in Academic and Adversarial Interaction. 12th An-
     nual Undergraduate Biology Research Program Conference. University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

FIELDWORK EXPERIENCE
2008 Sociolinguistic fieldwork. San Francisco, California. Approximately six months.

2007 Sociolinguistic fieldwork. Durant, Oklahoma and Pottsboro, Texas. One week.
2005 Consultant work, elicitation for a phonological study of glide formation in Akan. Stanford University,
     Stanford, CA. One month.
2005 Phonology fieldwork. Ghana, West Africa. Two months.

2004 Sociolinguistic fieldwork. Northern and Central Arizona. One month.
2004 Consultant work, elicitation for a morphosyntactic description of Akan. Stanford University, Stan-
     ford, CA. Two months.
2002 Sociolinguistic fieldwork. Flagstaff, Arizona. Four months.

2001 Sociolinguistic fieldwork. Kunming, Yunnan Province, China (PRC). Four months.

OTHER RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
 2006        Research Assistant, Professor John R. Rickford
             Studied methodological challenges for transcribing African American Vernacular English
             for automatic syntactic labeling
             The Spoken Syntax Project, Department of Linguistics, Stanford University, Stanford, CA

 1999-2003   Research Assistant, Dr. Malcah Yaeger-Dror
             Studied prosodic variation in disagreements using English negation, with an emphasis on
             corpus methods and variationist sociophonetics
             Department of Cognitive Science, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

 2000        Research Assistant, Professor Cecile McKee
             Studied state-level differences in K-12 language science education standards
             Department of Linguistics, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

 1999        Research Assistant, Professor Leslie Tolbert
             Studied the development of olfactory pathways in the moth Manduca sexta
             Department of Neurobiology, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
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OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Summer 2007 Volunteer Coordinator. LSA Linguistic Institute. Department of Linguistics, Stanford Uni-
   versity, Stanford, CA.
July 14, 2007 Workshop Assistant, Professors Mary Bucholtz (UCSB) and Kira Hall (UCBoulder). Ethno-
      graphic Methods in Sociocultural Linguistics. LSA Linguistic Institute. Department of Linguistics, Stan-
      ford University, Stanford, CA.
July 6-7, 2007 Workshop Assistant, Professor Arto Anttila. Workshop on Variation, Gradience and Frequency
      in Phonology. LSA Linguistic Institute. Department of Linguistics, Stanford University, Stanford, CA.
2003 Transcriber, English CallFriend corpus, CHILDES Research Group at Carnegie Mellon University,
     http://www.talkbank.org/data/conversation/.

COURSES TAUGHT
Hilary 2010 Final Honour School, Course II, Paper 8, Linguistic Theory. Faculty of English Language and
     Literature, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
Hilary 2010 Final Honour School, Course II, Paper 8, Linguistic Theory – extended essay. Faculty of English
     Language and Literature, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
Hilary 2010 Paper XII, Sociolinguistics. Faculty of Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics, University of Ox-
     ford, Oxford, UK

Hilary 2010 MPhil Paper A, Linguistic Theory. Faculty of Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics, University
     of Oxford, Oxford, UK
Hilary 2010 Mphil Paper B General Linguistics, (viii) – Sociolinguistics Faculty of Linguistics, Philology and
     Phonetics, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK

Spring 2009 Language and Gender. Department of Linguistics, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Winter 2009 Language in Society. Department of Linguistics, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Fall 2007 & Fall 2008 TA Training Workshop. with Professors Beth Levin (2007) & John R. Rickford (2008),
      Department of Linguistics, Stanford University, Stanford, CA

COURSES ASSISTED
Summer 2007 Field Methods in Linguistics. Professor Marianne Mithun, LSA Linguistic Institute, Stanford
   University, Stanford, CA

Spring 2007 Language in Society. Professor Penelope Eckert, Department of Linguistics, Stanford Univer-
     sity, Stanford, CA
Winter 2006 & Winter 2007 Language and Gender. Professor Penelope Eckert, Department of Linguistics,
     Stanford University, Stanford, CA

Fall 2006 Introduction to Linguistics. Professors Penelope Eckert and Ivan Sag, Department of Linguistics,
      Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Summer 2006 A Decade of Majority Rule: Contested Transitions in South Africa (an Overseas Studies Program
   seminar). Professor Joel Samoff, African Studies Center, Stanford University, on-site in Cape Town,
   South Africa
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Winter 2005 Spoken Soul: Black English and its Controversies. Professor John Rickford, Department of Lin-
     guistics, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Summer 2004 Language in the US, Professor John Rickford, Department of Linguistics, Stanford University,
   Stanford, CA

OTHER TEACHING ACTIVITIES
Nov. 26, 2009 Lecturer, “Linguistic variation and ethnicity”. Presentation as part of Sociolinguistics. Course
     collaboration with Professor Deborah Cameron & Dr. Rosalind Temple, University of Oxford, Oxford,
     UK.
May 14, 2009 Guest Lecturer, “Sociolinguistics & Sound Change”. Presentation for Historical Morphology &
    Phonology. Professor Paul Kiparsky, Stanford University, Stanford, CA

2007–2009 Liaison, Department of Linguistics. Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), Stanford Univer-
     sity, Stanford, CA
2007–2009 Mentor Teaching Assistant, Department of Linguistics, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Oct. 9, 2008 Guest Lecturer (with Kara Beckert), Presentation for Sociolinguistic Field Methods. Professor
      John R. Rickford, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Oct. 6, 2008 Guest Lecturer, “Variation in the Western U.S.”. Presentation for What’s Your Accent? Investiga-
      tions in Acoustic Phonetics. Assistant Professor Meghan Sumner, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Jan. 16, 2008 Presenter, “Teaching Writing to Undergraduate Linguistics Students”. with Claude Reichard,
      Director of Writing In the Major. Presentation for TA Training Workshop, Department of Linguistics,
      Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Nov. 9, 2007 Presenter, “Plotting your Vowels with Plotnik and NORM”. Presentation for Speech Lunch.
     Department of Linguistics, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Feb. 26, 2007 Guest Lecturer, “Voice Quality & Gender”. Presentation for Language and Gender. Professor
      Penelope Eckert, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Nov. 17, 2006 Guest Lecturer, “Endangered Languages”. Presentation for Introduction to Linguistics. Pro-
     fessors Penelope Eckert and Ivan Sag, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Win. & Spr. 2006 Undergraduate Training Manager, Professor John Rickford. The Spoken Syntax Project.
     Stanford University, Stanford, CA. Training 3 students to digitize and transcribe sociolinguistic inter-
     views for use in quantitative syntax research.
Nov. 9, 2005 Guest Lecturer, “Linguistics in Africa”. Presentation for Languages, Dialects and Speakers. Pro-
     fessor Arto Anttila, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Sep. 2005 Guest Lecturer, “Mind Your Language!” with Stacy Lewis, Graduate Student. Presentation on
     U.S. dialect variation to freshmen students of Professors David Beaver and Arto Anttila, Stanford
     University, Stanford, CA
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COURSES PREPARED TO TEACH (Sample)
 Introduction to Linguistics (UG)
 Introduction to Phonetics (UG/G)
 Introduction to Sociolinguistics (UG/G)
 Language & Ethnicity (UG)
 Language & Gender (UG)
 Language & Identity (UG/G)
 Language in the U.S. (UG)
 Language, Variation & Change (UG/G)
 Sociolinguistic Fieldwork (UG/G)
 Sociophonetics (G) U.S. Dialectology (UG/G)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
 2009-Present   Congregation, Oxford University
 2009-Present   Oxford Phonetics Laboratory
 2009-Present   Oxford Linguistics Circle
 2001-Present   American Dialect Society
 2000-Present   Acoustical Society of America
 2000-Present   Linguistic Society of America
 2008           American Anthropological Association
 2007           International Society of Political Psychology

ACADEMIC SERVICE
 2010–Present     Article Referee, Canadian Journal of Linguistics / Revue canadienne de linguistique
 2008–Present     Article Referee, Language and Linguistics Compass
 2009–2011        Member, LSA Committee on Social and Political Concerns,
                  Linguistics Society of America
 2006–2009        Copy Editor, Reviewer, & Associate Editor (2008–2009). Stanford Journal of African Studies
                  (SAUTI), Stanford University
 2008             Article Referee, African American Women’s Language
                  (Cambridge Scholars Press, under contract)
 2008             Panelist, The Haas Center’s Faculty Steering Committee: meeting on civically engaged
                  scholarship and pubic service in the graduate student community, Stanford University
 2008             Panelist, Stanford HighWire Press Publishers’ Meeting, Stanford University
 2004–2006        Student Member, LSA Committee on Ethnic Diversity in Linguistics (CEDL),
                  Linguistics Society of America
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DEPARTMENTAL SERVICE – Stanford University
 2008–2009      Curriculum Review Committee Member
 2007–2008      Graduate Admissions Committee Member
 Fall 2007      Graduate Studies Committee Member
 2006–2007      Phonetics Search Committee Member
 2004–2007      Fieldwork Committee Co-organizer & Member
 Spring 2006    Prospective Student Open House Committee Member
 2005–2006      Department Graduate Student Representative
 2005–2006      Graduate Studies Committee Member
 Spring 2005    2nd Annual QPFest Co-organizer
 2003–2005      Sociorap Co-organizer
 2003–2005      Phonetics Lab Committee Member
 2003–2004      Social Committee Member

LANGUAGES
 Fante         Research knowledge
 German        Beginning speaking knowledge, beginning reading knowledge
 Mandarin      Research knowledge, beginning speaking knowledge
 Spanish       Advanced reading knowledge, intermediate speaking knowledge
 Twi           Research knowledge, intermediate speaking knowledge, beginning reading knowledge

SELF-PUBLISHING
Blog http://vocalised.wordpress.com
Twitter http://twitter.com/dialect

				
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