DR JENNIFER DAILEY-O'CAIN

University of Alberta

Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies
200 Arts Building
Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA T6G 2E6
Fax: +1 (780) 492-9106

e-mail: jenniedo@ualberta.ca

CURRENT ACADEMIC POSITION

Professor of German and Applied Linguistics (specialization in sociolinguistics)
Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies

EDUCATION

University of Michigan Michigan State University

PREVIOUS ACADEMIC POSITIONS

RESEARCH INTERESTS

PUBLICATIONS

Books

Forthcoming 2019. Multilingualism, (Im)Mobilities, and Spaces of Belonging (edited with Kristine Horner). Bristol, Buffalo, Toronto: Multilingual Matters (Encounters Series).

2017. Trans-National English in Social Media Communities. New York, London: Palgrave Macmillan. (Series on Language and Globalization).

2013. Language, Space, and Identity in Migration. (with Grit Liebscher). New York, London: Palgrave Macmillan. (Series on Language and Globalization).

2009. First Language Use in Second and Foreign Language Learning (edited with Miles Turnbull). Bristol, Buffalo, Toronto: Multilingual Matters.

Articles

Forthcoming. Translocal English and Digitalization. In: Bloomsbury World Englishes: volume 2: Language, edited by Theresa Heyd and Britta Schneider. Bloomsbury.

Forthcoming 2019. Introduction: Multilingualism, (Im)mobilities and Spaces of Belonging (with Kristine Horner). In: Multilingualism, (Im)mobilities and Spaces of Belonging (edited with Kristine Horner). Bristol, Buffalo, Toronto: Multilingual Matters (Encounters Series).

2017. Contextualizing Language Attitudes: An Interactional Perspective (with Grit Liebscher). In: Language and Linguistics Compass 11, 9 (September): 1-14.

2017. Sprechen über Essen: Konstruktion von Raum und Gruppenzugehörigkeit im Migrationskontext (with Grit Liebscher). In: Intra- und interlinguale Zugänge zum kulinarischen Diskurs, edited by Joanna Szczek und Marcelina Kalasznik, in Beiträge zur Fremdsprachenvermittlung, Sonderheft 24, Band 1, 43-56.

2015. A Comparison of Heritage Language Ideologies in Interaction (with Katharina König and Grit Liebscher). In: Journal of Sociolinguistics, 19, 4 (September): 484-510.

2014. Primary Language Use in Foreign Language Classrooms. (with Grit Liebscher) In: The Routledge Handbook of Educational Linguistics, edited by Martha Bigelow and Johanna Enser-Kananen. London, New York: Routledge. 327-338.

2014. Die Rolle von Wissen und Positionierung bei Spracheinstellungen im diskursiven Kontext. (with Grit Liebscher) In: Sprechen über Sprache: Perspektiven und neue Methoden der Spracheinstellungsforschung, edited by Christina Cuonz and Rebekka Studler. Tübingen: Stauffenburg Linguistik. 107-122.

2013. The Use and the Discursive Functions of English in Native-Language Online Conversations Among Dutch and German Youth. In: Sociolinguistica 27 (special issue New Media Spaces, New Media Practices, and New Language Communities, edited by Sue Wright, Sari Pietiekäinen, Suzanne Hilgendorf, and Kati Kauppinen). 147-167.

2013. Constructing Identities Through Laughter. (with Grit Liebscher) In: Studies of Laughter in Interaction, edited by Phillip Glenn and Liz Holt. London, New York, Sydney: Bloomsbury Academic. 237-254.

2012. Global English in the Online Conversations of Dutch and German Youth. In: Papers of the Anéla 2012 Applied Linguistics Conference, edited by Nel de Jong, Kasper Juffermans, Merel Keijzer, and Laurent Rasier. Delft: Uitgeverij Eburon. 318-325.

2011. Language Attitudes, Migrant Identities, and Space. (with Grit Liebscher) In: International Journal of the Sociology of Language 212 (December): 91-133.

2011. Germans From Different Places: Constructing a German Space in Urban Canada (with Grit Liebscher). In: Journal of Germanic Linguistics 23, 4: 315-344. (special issue on Germanic languages and migration in North America)

2010. Negotiating Identities Through Pronouns of Address in an Immigrant Community (with Grit Liebscher, Mareike Müller, and Tetyana Reichert). In: Pragmatics 20, 3: 375-400.

2010. Neue Welt, alte Welt: ein Vergleich der perceptual dialectologies des deutschsprachigen Kanada und Deutschlands (with Sarah Darling). In: Perceptual Dialectology--Neue Wege der Dialektologie, edited by Christina A. Anders, Markus Hundt, and Alexander Lasch. Amsterdam, Netherlands: de Gruyter. 315-327.

2009. Introduction (with Miles Turnbull). In: First Language Use in Second and Foreign Language Learning, edited by Miles Turnbull and Jennifer Dailey-O'Cain. 1-14. Bristol, Buffalo, Toronto: Multilingual Matters.

2009. Teacher and Student Use of the First Language in Foreign Language Classroom Interaction: Functions and Applications (with Grit Liebscher). In: First Language Use in Second and Foreign Language Learning, edited by Miles Turnbull and Jennifer Dailey-O'Cain. 131-144. Bristol, Buffalo, Toronto: Multilingual Matters.

2009. Concluding Reflections: Moving Forward (with Miles Turnbull). In: First Language Use in Second and Foreign Language Learning, edited by Miles Turnbull and Jennifer Dailey-O'Cain. 182-186. Bristol, Buffalo, Toronto: Multilingual Matters.

2009. Dialect Use and Discursive Identities of Migrants from the West in Eastern Germany (with Grit Liebscher). In: Language, Discourse, and Identity in Central Europe: The German Language in a Multilingual Space, edited by Patrick Stevenson and Jenny Carl. 185-202. New York, Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan.

2009. Language Attitudes in Interaction (with Grit Liebscher). In: Journal of Sociolinguistics 13, 2: 195-222.

2008. Canadian German Identity In Language (with Grit Liebscher). In: German Diasporic Experiences: Identity, Migration, and Loss, edited by Mathias Schulze, David John, Grit Liebscher, Sebastian Siebel-Achenbach, and James Skidmore. 73-82. Waterloo, ON: Wilfred Laurier Press.

2007. Sprachattitüde und Wissensdarstellung in Nach-Wende-Interaktionen und die verbale Konstitution von Gruppenzugehörigkeit (with Grit Liebscher). In: Akten des XI. Internationalen Germanistenkongresses Paris 2005 "Germanistik im Konflikt der Kulturen," edited by Jean-Marie Valentin and Brigitte Scherbacher-Posé. 347-350. Peter Lang.

2007. Identity and Positioning in Interactive Knowledge Displays (with Grit Liebscher). In: Style and Social Identities: Alternative Approaches to Linguistic Heterogeneity, edited by Peter Auer. 247-278. Amsterdam: de Gruyter.

2007. Interculturality and Code-Switching in the German Language Classroom (with Grit Liebscher). In: Intercultural Literacies and German in the Classroom. Interkulturelle Kompetenzen im Fremdsprachenunterricht, a Festschrift for Manfred Prokop, edited by John Plews, Chris Lorey, and Caroline Rieger. 49-67. Giessen: Gunter Narr Verlag (Giessener Beiträge zur Fremdsprachendidaktik).

2006. Soziale Positionierung in Nach-Wende-Interaktionen (with Grit Liebscher). In: Zeitschrift für angewandte Linguistik, 45, 89-106. Themenheft: Deutsche Sprache nach der Wende.

2006. Language Learners' Use of Discourse Markers as Evidence for a Mixed Code. (with Grit Liebscher) In: International Journal of Bilingualism, 10, 1, March: 89-109.

2005. West Germans Moving East: Place, Political Space, and Positioning in Conversational Narratives. (with Grit Liebscher) In: Dislocations/Relocations: Narratives of Displacement, edited by Mike Baynham and Anna deFina. St. Jerome. 61-85.

2005. Learner Code-Switching in the Content-Based Foreign Language Classroom. (with Grit Liebscher) In: Modern Language Journal, 89, 2, summer: 234-247. [reprint]

2004. Learner Code-Switching in the Content-Based Foreign Language Classroom. (with Grit Liebscher) In: Canadian Modern Language Review, 60, 4: 501-525.

2003. Conversational Repair as a Role-Defining Mechanism in Classroom Interaction. (with Grit Liebscher) In: Modern Language Journal, 87: 375-390.

2002. A Perceptual Dialectology of Anglophone Canada from the Perspective of Young Albertans and Ontarians. (with Meghan McKinnie) In: Handbook of Perceptual Dialectology, volume II, edited by Dennis Preston. Benjamins. 277-294.

2000. Competing Language Ideologies in Post-Unification Germany: When East Meets West. In: Relocating Germanness. Discursive Disunity in Unified Germany, edited by Patrick Stevenson and John Theobald. Macmillan/St. Martin. 248-266.

2000. The Sociolinguistic Distribution of and Attitudes Toward Focuser 'Like' and Quotative 'Like'. In: Journal of Sociolinguistics, 4, 1: 60-80.

1999. The Perception of Post-Unification German Regional Speech. In: Handbook of Perceptual Dialectology, volume I, edited by Dennis Preston. Benjamins. 239-259.

1998. Soziolinguistik or Sociolinguistics: Can the Great Divide Be Bridged? (with Rosina Lippi-Green) In: American Journal of Germanic Linguistics and Literatures 10, 1: 107-127.

1997. "Canadian" Raising in a Midwestern U.S. City. In: Language Variation and Change 9, 1: 107-120.

1996. "That Terrible Saxon Dialect": Standard Language Ideology in Post-Unification Germany. In: Texas Linguistics Forum 36, ed. by Risako Ide, Rebecca Parker, and Yukako Sunaoshi. Austin, Texas: University of Texas Department of Linguistics.

Book reviews and conference reports

2001. Review of Dauses, August, Einführung in die allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, 1997. In: Language.

2001. Review of Miller, Jim and Weinert, Regina, Spontaneous Spoken Language: Syntax and Discourse, 1998. In: Language.

2001. Review of Milroy, James and Lesley, Authority in Language: Investigating Standard English,1999. In: Journal of Sociolinguistics, volume 5, number 2.

1996. Conference report on the Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference 2, Madison, Wisconsin. (with Bruce Spencer) In: California Linguistic Notes, volume 35, number 1.

Translations

1999. On the Value of Subjective Dialect Boundaries. Translation of "Zum Wert subjektiver Dialektgrenzen," by Antonius A. Weijnen. In: Handbook of Perceptual Dialectology, volume I, edited by Dennis Preston: 135-137. Benjamins.

1999. The Netherlands-German National Border as a Subjective Dialect Boundary. Translation of "Die niederländisch-deutsche Staatsgrenze als subjektive Dialektgrenze," by Ludger Kremer. In: Handbook of Perceptual Dialectology, volume I, edited by Dennis Preston. Benjamins: 31-36.

PRESENTATIONS

2019
"Multimodal approaches to intercultural identity in spoken interaction and the linguistic landscape: an initial report on two emerging projects" Workshop on Intercultural Communication in Interaction: Multimodal Approaches, Sheffield, UK.

"Ideologies of English in the transnational linguistic practices of two European social media communities" Workshop on Multimodal Approaches to International Communication in Interaction, Belo Horizonte, Brazil.

"The use of knowledge in constructing migrant German identities" (with Grit Liebscher) Language and Society in the German-Speaking World: Symposium in Honour of Winifred Davies and Patrick Stevenson, London, England, UK.

2018
"German in Canada" (with Grit Liebscher) The German Language in (North) America Revisited, Austin, TX, USA.

"Practices of appropriation: trans-national English in Dutch social media discourse" Sociolinguistics Symposium 22, Auckland, New Zealand.

2017
"The sociopragmatic functions of English-origin transidiomatic practices in Dutch social media discourse" International Pragmatics Association Conference, Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK.

2015
"The functions and ideologies of English in the networked discourse of Dutch and German youth" International Pragmatics Association Conference, Antwerpen, Belgium.

"National spaces, trans-national language: English, European youth, and social media" WUN workshop on Multilingualism and Mobility, Sheffield, United Kingdom.

2014
"Differing ideologies of international English in the online conversations of Dutch and German young people" Multidisciplinary Approaches in Language Policy and Planning, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

"Language ideologies and individual constructions of multilingual spaces in Germany and Canada" (with Katharina König and Grit Liebscher) Sociolinguistics Symposium 20, Jyväskylä, Finland.

2013
"Code-switching and hesitation phenomena: A mixed-method analysis" (with Grit Liebscher) Interdiciplinary Approaches to Multilingualism Conference, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

"The notion of sociolinguistic space in the analysis of migrant identities" Invited talk, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Münster, Germany.

2012
"'My German is not as good as theirs': proficiency, attitudes and sense of place in Canadian German language biographies" (with Grit Liebscher) Sociolinguistics Symposium 19, Berlin, Germany.

"Emotions and identity in language use among multilinguals" (with Grit Liebscher) American Association of Applied Linguistics Annual Conference, Boston, USA.

"Global English in the online conversations of Dutch and German youth" Anéla Conferentie Toegepaste Taalwetenschap (Dutch Society of Applied Linguistics Conference), Lunteren, the Netherlands.

"Sociolinguistic space and language in migrants' interactions" (with Grit Liebscher) Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

2011
"Repair, language alternation and the construction of identity and ideology" (with Grit Liebscher) International Pragmatics Association Conference, Manchester, UK

"Constructing identities through laughter" (with Grit Liebscher) International Pragmatics Association Conference, Manchester, UK (Panel on Laughter in Interaction, organized by Liz Holt and Rebecca Clift)

"English as a force for glocalization in the Internet-based communities of Dutch and German youth" Conference in Language Contact in Times of Globalization 3, Greifswald, Germany

"Language, migrant identity, and sociolinguistic space" (with Grit Liebscher) Conference in Language Contact in Times of Globalization 3, Greifswald, Germany

2010
"The role of laughter in negotiating identities" (with Grit Liebscher) International Conference on Conversation Analysis 10, Mannheim, Germany

"Negotiating a multilingual space in Dutch and German Internet communities" (with Roel Vismans) Sociolinguistics Symposium 18, Southampton, England, United Kingdom

"Language attitudes in interaction: negotiating a transnational space in Canada" (with Grit Liebscher) Panel on New Approaches in the Study of Language Attitudes. Sociolinguistics Symposium 18, Southampton, England, United Kingdom

2009
"Using the L1 in the bilingual foreign language classroom" (with Grit Liebscher) Conference on First and Second Languages: Exploring the Relationship in Pedagogy-Related Contexts, Oxford, England

"German language and identity in urban Canada: center and periphery" (with Grit Liebscher) Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference 15, Banff, Alberta, Canada

"'Siezen ist eingebildet': Pronoun address use in the German diaspora in Canada" (with Grit Liebscher, Mareike Müller, and Tetyana Reichert) Canadian Association of University Teachers of German Annual Meeting, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

"Second language socialization and identity construction of adult immigrants" (with Mareike Müller and Grit Liebscher) Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics Annual Meeting, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

2008
"German-Canadian language attitudes and identities in discourse." (with Grit Liebscher) Sociolinguistics Symposium 17, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

"Neue Welt, alte Welt: ein Vergleich der perceptual dialectologies des deutschsprachigen Kanadas und Deutschlands." (with Sarah Darling) Tagung der Perceptual Dialectology-Neue Wege in die Dialektologie Kiel, Germany

"Linguistic heterogeneity among German-Canadians: language attitudes in language use." (with Grit Liebscher) International Association of Applied Linguistics Triannual Meeting Essen, Germany

2007
"Distinguishing L1 uses in the language classroom: the language learner and the bilingual speaker." (with Grit Liebscher) Symposium on First-Language Use in Second-Language Learning at the Intersection of Theory, Practice, Curriculum, and Policy, Irvine, California, United States

"The use of English in the German foreign language classroom." (with Grit Liebscher and Barbara Schmenk) Canadian Association of University Teachers of German Annual Meeting, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

"Dialect use and discursive identities of migrant western Germans in eastern Germany." (with Grit Liebscher) Language, Discourse, and Identity in Central Europe, Southampton, England

"Interculturality and code-switching in the German language classroom." (with Grit Liebscher). Symposium Honouring Manfred Prokop, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

2006
"Mixing languages: linguistic behaviour, attitudes and reports on language behaviour." (with Grit Liebscher) Diaspora Experiences: German-Speaking Immigrants and their Descendants, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

"Learner talk and teacher talk: using the L1 in the bilingual foreign language classroom." (with Grit Liebscher) American Association of Applied Linguistics Annual Conference/Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics Annual Conference, Montréal, Québec, Canada

2005
"Identity and contact in dialect and discourse: migrant western Germans in eastern Germany." (with Grit Liebscher) International Conference on Methods in Dialectology, Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada

"Sprachattitüde und Wissensdarstellung in Nach-Wende-Interaktionen und die verbale Konstitution von Gruppenzugehörigkeit." (with Grit Liebscher) Internationaler Germanistenkongress 11, Paris, France

2004
"What Language Attitudes in Discourse Can Tell Us." (with Grit Liebscher) Sociolinguistics Symposium 15, Newcastle, England

2003
"West Germans Moving East: Migrant Identity as Interactional Resource and Constraint." (with Grit Liebscher) International Pragmatics Association Triannual Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

"Discourse Markers in Classroom Talk: From Code-Switching to Mixed Code." (with Grit Liebscher) American Association of Applied Linguistics, Arlington, Virginia, USA.

2002
"It Was Indescribable: Negotiation of Terms of Reference for the 2001 Attacks on the World Trade Center." New Ways of Analyzing Variation 31, Stanford, California, USA.

"The Study of Language Contact, Variation, and Change: Where We Are, Where We're Going." Initial paper in the colloquium on Language Contact, Variation, and Change. International Association of Applied Linguistics Triannual Meeting, Singapore.

2001
"Code-Switching and Conversational Repair in Advanced Classroom Discourse" (with Grit Liebscher) International Symposium on Bilingualism 3, Bristol, England

2000
"Code Choice and Conversational Repair: an Indication of Bilingual Ability in the Advanced Foreign Language Classroom?" (with Grit Liebscher) New Ways of Analyzing Variation 29, East Lansing, Michigan, USA

"Conversational Repair and Code-Switching in the Advanced Foreign Language Classroom" (with Grit Liebscher) Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics Annual Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

"Guesses of Where Speakers of Standard German are From and the Implications for the Study of Language Standardization" Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference 6, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

"When East Meets West: Competing Language Ideologies in Post-Unification Germany" University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

"The Effect of Misidentifying Speakers' Origins on the Study of Language Attitudes" American Association of Applied Linguistics Annual Convention, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

1999
"Misidentification of Where Speakers are From and the Effect on the Use of the Matched-Guise Technique" New Ways of Analyzing Variation 28, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

"Code-Switching in the Advanced Foreign-Language Classroom" (with Terry Nadasdi) AILA: International Association of Applied Linguistics Triannual Meeting, Tokyo, Japan

"'Rednecks,' 'Americans,' and 'Newfies': Western and Central Canadian Perceptions of Canadian English" (with Meghan McKinnie) Methods X: Tenth International Conference on Methods in Dialectology, St. Johns, Newfoundland, Canada

"'If Schüler unerfolgreiche Schulerfahrungen haben'": The Use of German-English Code-Switching by Advanced Students of German" (with Terry Nadasdi) Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference 5, Austin, Texas, USA
1998
"A Perceptual Dialectology of Anglophone Canada from the Perspective of Young Albertans and Ontarians" (with Meghan McKinnie) New Ways of Analyzing Variation 27, Athens, Georgia, USA

"What Does the Second-Language Learner Know About Sociolinguistic Stereotypes in the Target Language?" Trends/Tendances: International Congress on Trends in Second Language Teaching and Learning, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

"Unification of Linguistic Ideologies: Eastern and Western Perceptions of 'Correct' German" Dis-Unification: Competing Constructions of Contemporary Germany, Southampton, England

"Language Attitudes in Post-Unification Germany: The Native German and the Second-Language Learner" American Association of Applied Linguistics Annual Convention, Seattle, Washington, USA
1997
"Eastern Language, Western Language: Variation in Perceptions of 'Correct' Language in a Unified Germany" New Ways of Analyzing Variation 26, Quebec City, Québec, Canada

"Labels Used for Varieties of German: Northern 'sauber', Southern 'Babbeldialekt', and Eastern 'Niemandsland'" Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference 3, Los Angeles, California, USA

"'No Way! We Speak Standard German!': Language Ideologies in Contact in a Unified Germany" Chicago Linguistic Society Annual Conference 33, Chicago, Illinois, USA

"When East Meets West: Competing Language Ideologies in Post-Unification Germany" Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA

1996
"Hanover German as 'Standard' German: The Origin and Scope of a Linguistic Urban Legend" Modern Language Association Annual Convention 112, Washington, D.C., USA

"'I Don't Want to Sound Like Stupid': The Influence of Gender and Age on the Use of 'Like' as a Discourse Marker and The Effect on Language Attitudes" New Ways of Analyzing Variation 25, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

"Socio-Political Influences on Attitudes Toward Stigmatized Varieties of German" Michigan Linguistic Society Annual Conference, East Lansing, Michigan, USA

"The Perception of Varieties of German in Post-Unification Germany" Sociolinguistics Symposium 11, Cardiff, Wales

"The Sociolinguistic Distribution of and Subjective Attitudes Toward the Discourse Marker 'Like'" Linguistics Association of Great Britain Autumn Meeting, Cardiff, Wales

"The Perception of German Regional Speech" AILA: International Association of Applied Linguistics Triannual Meeting, Jyväskylä, Finland

"Attitudes Toward Language Variation in Post-Unification Germany: Bridge or Barrier?" Between Confrontation and Understanding: Bridges and Barriers to Communication in Eastern Germany: New Hampshire Symposium 22, Conway, New Hampshire, USA

"'Die Bayern klingen alle wie Kabarettisten': Factors Influencing Germans' Sociolinguistic Stereotypes Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference 2, Madison, Wisconsin, USA

"Social and Political Influences on Germans' Sociolinguistic Stereotypes" University of Michigan Germanic Colloquium Series, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

1995
"The Emergence of a New 'Standard' German?: Similarities and Differences in the Language Attitudes of Easterners and Westerners in Post-Unification Germany" Modern Language Association Annual Convention 111, Chicago, Illinois, USA

"The Question of the German 'National Language' Revisited: Attitudes Toward Language Variation in Post-Unification Germany" German Unification Five Years Later: An Interdisciplinary Conference, Washington, D.C., USA

" 'Canadian' Raising in the Northern Midwest of the United States" New Ways of Analyzing Variation 24, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

" 'Canadian' Raising in Ann Arbor, Michigan," University of Michigan Linguistics Colloquium, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

"Language, Ideology, and Unification: The Politics of Germans' Language Attitudes" Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference 1, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

"'That Terrible Saxon Dialect': Standard Language Ideology in Post-Unification Germany," Symposium About Language and Society 3, Austin, Texas, USA

"Language Attitudes and Social Change in Present-Day Germany" University of Michigan Germanic Colloquium Series, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

1994
"Teaching Children How to Discriminate: Standard Language Ideology and the Perpetuation of Sociolinguistic Stereotypes in Disney Animated Films" (with Carlee Arnett, Rosina Lippi-Green, and Rita Simpson) New Ways of Analyzing Variation 23, Stanford, California, USA

"The Wall in the Mind: Language Attitudes in Eastern and Western Germany" New Ways of Analyzing Variation 23, Stanford, California, USA

1993
"The Structure of Narrative in Computer Conferencing Discourse and the Use of the Historical Present" New Ways of Analyzing Variation 22, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Courses Taught:

ACADEMIC AWARDS

National/International: University of Alberta: University of Michigan:

SERVICE

National/International: University of Alberta: University of Michigan:

ORGANIZATIONAL EXPERIENCE

LANGUAGES

English: native
German: fluent speaker with near-native proficiency
Dutch: fluent speaker with advanced proficiency
French: intermediate proficiency
Italian: intermediate proficiency
Spanish: intermediate proficiency

REFERENCES

Available upon request.
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