I have taught a wide range of courses at the University of Georgia, including theoretical and historical linguistics, Russian language courses at all levels, and courses on Slavic culture and identity. I am currently on a reduced teaching load, offering one linguistics course per semester.
LING(SLAV) 4905/6905. Old Church Slavic
An introduction to Old Church Slavic, the earliest written Slavic language. The grammar of Old Church Slavic, reading and translation of texts, and the history of the Slavic language family.
LING 2100. The Study of Language
An introduction to linguistics (the scientific study of language), emphasizing such topics as the organization of the grammar, language in space and time, and the relationship between the study of language and other disciplines.
LING 3250. Morphology
Introduction to the linguistic study of word structure and how this relates to other components of the grammar of a language (phonology, syntax, semantics). Basic theoretical questions and problems in the study of morphology will be discussed in connection with the analysis of data from a wide variety of languages.
LING 8120. Morphology
The linguistic study of word structure and how this relates to other components of the grammar of a language (phonology, syntax, semantics). Different theoretical approaches to morphology are discussed in connection with the analysis of data from a wide variety of languages.