Year Code Title Description Institution
2019 LING 106 The Knowledge of Meaning An introduction to formal semantics and pragmatics. The course covers the basics of predicate logic, lambda calculus, possible worlds, Gricean pragmatics, speech acts, and social meaning. Harvard University
2018 LING 111 First Language Acquisition An introduction to language development in infants and preschool children. Topics include development of sound perception and production, syntactic and semantic development, pragmatic development, bilingualism, and sign language acquisiton. Emphasis on developing a research project while paying attention to best practices at different stages of scientific research. Harvard University
2018 LING 83 Language, Structure, and Cognition Introduction to linguistics with emphasis on cognition and computation. The first half of the course introduces the classic subfileds of linguistics while the second half surveys applications of linguistic theory to problems in cognitive science. Emphasis on developing analytic skills and critical thinking. Harvard University
2018 LING 140 Learning to Speak: Introduction to Language Acquisition An introduction to language development in infants and preschool children. Topics include development of sound perception and production, syntactic and semantic development, pragmatic development, bilingualism, and sign language acquisiton. Emphasis on developing a research project while paying attention to best practices at different stages of scientific research. Stanford University
2017 LING 196 Introduction to Research for Undergraduates A course that introduces subfields of linguistics to undergraduates with guest lectures from the faculty in each subfield. Stanford University
2017 LING 40S Lab in Critical and Scientific Thinking A summer course suitable for beginning college and finishing highschool students interested in using language as a topic to develop their analystic, critical, and scientific skills. Stanford University