Profiles in "Linguistics" Expertise Area

  • Smith teaches a wide selection of courses in areas within applied linguistics. His research focuses on computer-assisted language learning.
  • Cynthia Padavano is an Instructional Designer in the EdPlus Instructional Design and New Media team. Currently, she is working with the Masters of Computer Science online program in Coursera, but has been a part of Arizona State University since 2014.
  • Brandy's interests include sociocultural anthropology: Native American Culture, linguistics, and sense of place.
  • Sipka's research interests include lexicography, lexicology, linguistic anthropology, lexical and inflectional morphology, computational linguistics, and computer-assisted learning.
  • Livingston has studied 13 languages, worked as teacher, translator (avionics), and yoga instructor. He oversees study abroad programs, designs computer-aided language learning materials, and strums the guitar.
  • Paulesc's research interests include cultural studies, language and identity, migration studies, storytelling and Eastern European film.
  • Elly van Gelderen is a syntactician interested in language change. Her work shows how regular syntactic change (grammaticalization and the linguistic cycle) provides insight in the Faculty of Language.
  • ASU alum amy dawn shinabarger is a Freirian committed to changing the world and empowering students through teaching as social practice. Her research focuses on the places in which language and power intersect.
  • Adams research interests are in the study of language in its social and linguistic context. She is the director of English graduate studies.
  • Friedrich's research areas include world Englishes, sociolinguistics, disability studies, peace and diplomacy. Her teaching includes the courses History of English, Sociolinguistics and Forensic Linguistics.