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801 S Wright
Champaign, IL 61820
Field Research/Language Documentation
Josh's research interests include syntax and its interface with semantics and phonology as well as field work and language documentation. More specifically, he is interested in cross-linguistic variation and universals in the nominal and clausal domains. He is also interested in the interaction between phonology and syntax within the context of vowel harmony and non-undergoing morphemes.
Learn more about Josh's research and involvement within the greater linguistics community by reading his member spotlight on the Linguistic Society of America's website.
M.A. in Linguistics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
M.A. in Linguistics and TESOL, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
B.A. in Psychology and Biology, Greenville University
LING 301: Elements of Syntax
LING 307: Elements of Semantics and Pragmatics
LING 501: Syntax I
ESL 112: Intro to Academic Writing I
ESL 506: Oral Communication for ITAs
ESL 510: English Pronunciation and Oral Fluency
ESL 511: Written and Oral Communication
ESL 512: Introduction to Academic Writing
ESL 515: Advanced Introduction to Academic Writing