Currently Affiliate Faculty and Writing Center Director, Antioch University, Santa Barbara
- Writing Program
Public policy and writing/English Language Arts instruction; writing program administration; writing/language pedagogy; composition pedagogies; qualitative research methodologies; literacy in historical and sociocultural contexts; histories of literacy; communication/composition theory.
Language and literacies across the disciplines; Narrative studies; International education; Science literacy; Discourse as collaboration; Constructing assessments and measures
Culver City High School, teaches English Language Development (ELD) and English 10 Honors
Currently an Assistant Professor at California State University, Long Beach
Teaching of writing; writing in the disciplines; rhetoric of science and technology; history of literacy; genre theory; activity theory; distance learning.
Sociocultural linguistics; language and youth; language, gender, and sexuality; African American English; Chicano and Mexican Spanish; language and scientific practice.
Typological, functional, and community-based approaches to phonology, morphology, syntax, historical linguistics, language documentation, lexical semantics, lexicography, language and culture, especially regarding Otomanguean languages spoken in Mexico and California
- Religious Studies
Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language, Middle Eastern Music.
Assistant Professor of Spanish, World Languages & Literatures Department at Pacific University, Oregon
Spanish-language Media, Radio and Sound Practices, Language Politics, Migration and Masculinity, Latino/a popular culture. Latino Popular Culture.
- East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies
- PhD 2013
Professor of French, Santa Monica College, Soka University of America
Second language acquisition, L2 phonology and intonation, L2 reading and vocabulary acquisition, intercultural exchange, computer-assisted language learning, teaching and learning with digital media.
Sociology of Education; sociolinguistics and literacy; gender socialization; Language Interaction and Social Organization.
Intercultural communication; ethnography and communication; theories of cultural adjustment; social semiotic processes of identification; language ideologies and linguistic landscapes; language and globalization
- Lecturer and Portuguese Language Program Coordinator
- Univ of Washington
PhD 2014, Luso-Brazilian Literature
Language Teaching, Second Language Acquisition, Applied Linguistics and Sociolinguistics
Online language learning platforms, L2 fluency perception, and augmented reality for multimodal input
- Ph.D. 2019
- Spanish and Portuguese
Currently a Teaching Assistant Professor and First-year Spanish Coordinator at Denver University
Culture, learning, and social interaction; writing and literacy; teacher learning in networks and communities; qualitative research methods and interaction analysis.
Learning and instruction; assessment; construction of culture through interaction; and bilingualism; cognitive science, language interaction and social organization (LISO).
Translation, Interpreting, and Cognition; Written Translation; Oral Interpreting; Bilingualism; Heritage Languages and Languages of Limited Diffusion; Second Language Acquisition; Study Abroad
Language and communication between various social categories; crime, law enforcement, and communication; ethnic identity, bilingualism, and intercultural communication; intergenerational communication across cultures.
Phonology, phonology, Balto-Finnic linguistics, American Indian linguistics.
- EMS Program
Second language acquisition, L2 writing, and L2 academic oral skills for prospective TAs
Ethnography; discourse processes in reading in educational settings; constructing literate communities within classrooms); language interaction and social organization (LISO).
Quantitative corpus linguistics, statistical/computational linguistics, cognitive linguistics, first and second language acquisition.
- Assistant Professor of Spanish
- Palomar College
Ph.D. 2019, Iberian Linguistics
Byron K. Trippet Assistant Professor of Chinese and Asian Studies in the Modern Languages and Literatures department at Wabash College
Comprehension, reasoning, spatial cognition, individual differences.
Lecturer at California State University, Fullerton
Child language acquisition of signed languages, usage-based and ethnographic approaches to acquisition, language socialization and ideologies
Professor of Spanish and Linguistics, California State University San Bernadino
Ph.D. program in Education, Cultural Perspective and Comparative Education emphasis.
Spanish Literature and Language Faculty, The Nueva School in San Mateo, California
Associate Professor of Spanish, Louisiana State University
Language and communicative development; gender differences in language and cognition; language socialization; cognitive science.
Assistant Professor of Linguistics, Department of English, Linguistics, and Communication, University of Mary Washington
Second language acquisition with a focus on ESL learners, foreign language education, bilingualism, heritage language maintenance, and interlanguage pragmatics.
Conversation analysis; social aspects of grammar; social life of very young children.
Assistant Professor and Director of Medical Spanish Program, California University of Science and Medicine
Qualitative/ethnographic studies, business writing, technical writing, scientific writing, argumentation, knowledge ecologies, collaboration, multimedia communication.
Second language acquisition, language teaching methods and pedagogy, Spanish as a heritage language.
Assistant Professor, Early Childhood Studies, California State University, Channel Islands
Human learning, problem-solving, educational psychology, human-computer interaction, multimedia learning, mathematical and scientific reasoning.
Slavic linguistics, discourse, language acquisition, language and gender, folklore, women in Russian and East European society and literature.
- Germanic & Slavic Studies
Slavic linguistics, syntax, discourse, language pedagogy.
- Dept. of Education
Academic literacies, second language acquisition, language-in-education policies
- Black Studies
Religion, moral development, multicultural education, educational television and children's literature.
Phonology of Spanish and Romance languages, theoretical phonology, Optimality Theory, phonetics, language change.
Morphology, language change, discourse and grammar, language universals, American Indian linguistics, Austronesian linguistics.
Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, MA
Language documentation and revitalization, integrative functionalism, functional intra-genetic and extra-genetic typology, morphology and syntax, competing motivations approach, clause linkage, reference-tracking mechanisms, grammatical relations, valency-changing operations, language processing, grammaticalization, Uto-Aztecan languages, language acquisition
- French and Italian
Coordinator Italian Language Program
Language teaching methodology; instructional improvement; curriculum development.
Adjunct Lecturer of Spanish, Santa Clara University
Foreign language acquisition; cognitive aspects of foreign language learning; transition from language to literature study; foreign language writing.
- East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies
- Writing Program
Multimedia Communication; Writing in New Media; Writing for the Social Sciences
Education and related standards, teacher development, curriculum design, language perception and identity
Associate Professor of Spanish, Pacific University, Oregon
Associate Professor of Portuguese, San Diego State University
- Assistant Professor of Spanish
- Palomar College
Ph.D. 2012 Hispanic Literature
Adjunct Associate Professor, San Joaquin Delta College
Ph.D. program in Education
Ph.D. program in East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies.
Historical Chinese linguistics (grammar and lexicon), applied linguistics (language teaching theory and methodology, context and culture in language learning, and the use of computers in teaching foreign languages.