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Summer School

This summer, I’m teaching an undergraduate course called “Language and Sex”, and on the very first day, I had to give my students the disclaimer that we would not be talking about sex sex. Nope, this is a class about sex … Continue reading

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A Taste of Teaching

Yesterday, at long last, I began what I’ve always wanted to do — arguably what I came to graduate school to do — to teach linguistics! The night before, I had one of those wild harbinger dreams wherein that thing you’ve … Continue reading

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Chickens and Eggs

“Don’t count your chickens before they’ve hatched,” they say. And I try not to. One of the simple rules I live by is to have low expectations (or even no expectations, which is a bit different and a bit more … Continue reading

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