707 S. Mathews Ave. | MC-168
Urbana, IL 61801
My research addresses questions of authority in language planning/policy, specifically focusing on orthographic reform in France. I focus primarily on the intersection of standard language ideologies and national identity; I am also interested in the ways in which individual identities serve to construct larger group identities, particularly in online contexts. I investigate these issues through discourse analytic and digital ethnographic methods.
Master of Arts in French, Illinois State University
Bachelor of Arts in French, Illinois State University
Awards and Honors
SLCL Dissertation Fellowship, 2018-2019
Chin W. Kim Research Award