I teach classes on introductory linguistics (LING 110), language variation and change (LING 102, 240/440), historical linguistics (LING 205/405), and special topics courses like LING 388: Topics in Language Contact. I also sometimes co-teach, with Joyce McDonough, courses in phonetics and phonology (LING 210, 227). 

In the Fall 2019 semester of Topics in Language Variation and Change we decided as a class to spend the second half of the semester investigating sociolinguistic style – how, when, and why speakers vary their use of linguistic variants. One of the papers that came out of that class was published in the journal Lifespans and Styles: Podcaster prosody: Creaky voice and Sarah Koenig’s journalistic persona, by Edgar Yau