Stephanie Lindemann
Department of Applied Linguistics & ESL
Georgia State University
Atlanta, GA 30303


Education

Ph.D. in Linguistics, University of Michigan, 2000.
Dissertation title: Non-native speaker "incompetence" as a construction of the native listener: Attitudes and their relationship to perception and comprehension of Korean-accented English

B.A. in Psychology, Cum Laude, Davidson College, 1992.


Academic positions

Georgia State University, Department of Applied Linguistics and ESL
2015 (Sp-Su), 2017-2019, 2022 (Spring) Director of Undergraduate Studies
2007-present   Associate Professor
2001-2007        Assistant Professor

University of Michigan, Department of Linguistics
2000-2001 Adjunct Assistant Professor
1997-1999 Graduate Student Mentor
1995-1997 Graduate Student Instructor

University of Michigan, English Language Institute
1997-1998 Graduate Student Instructor

Foreign Service Institute, School of Language Studies, Research, Evaluation, and Development
1992-1994 Research Assistant (Independent Contractor)

Davidson College, Department of German
1991-1992 Assistant Teacher (German 101, 102)

 

Publications in refereed journals

2022 Subtirelu, Nicholas Close, Stephanie Lindemann, Kris Acheson, and Maxi-Ann Campbell. Sharing communicative responsibility: Training US students in cooperative strategies for communicating across linguistic difference. Multilingua 41(6), 689-716. 10.1515/multi-2021-0013

2022 Jeong, Hyeseung, Stephanie Lindemann, and Julia Forsberg. English phonology in a globalized world: Challenging native speakerism through listener training in universities in Sweden and the US. RANAM 55, 11-29.

2020 Lindemann, Stephanie and Amy Clower. Language attitudes and the ‘ITA problem’: Undergraduate reactions to instructors’ (non)nativeness and pitch variation. International Journal of Applied Linguistics 30(1), 127-143. doi: 10.1111/ijal.12271

2017 Lindemann, Stephanie, and Katherine Moran. The role of the descriptor ‘broken English’ in ideologies about nonnative speech. Language in Society 46(5), 649-669. doi:10.1017/S0047404517000616

2016 Subtirelu, Nicholas Close & Stephanie Lindemann. Teaching first language speakers to communicate across linguistic difference: Addressing attitudes, comprehension, and strategies. Applied Linguistics 37(6) 765-783. doi: 10.1093/applin/amu068

2016 Lindemann, Stephanie, Maxi-Ann Campbell, Jason Litzenberg, & Nicholas Close Subtirelu. Explicit and implicit training methods for improving native English speakers’ comprehension of nonnative speech. Journal of Second Language Pronunciation 2(1) 93-108.

2015 Kang, Okim, Donald Rubin, & Stephanie Lindemann. Mitigating US undergraduates’ attitudes toward international teaching assistants. TESOL Quarterly49(4) 681-706. Available online here.

2013 Lindemann, Stephanie & Nicholas Subtirelu. Reliably biased: The role of listener expectation in the perception of second language speech and its implications for research and pedagogy. Language Learning 63(3) 567-594.

2013 Yook, Cheongmin & Stephanie Lindemann. The role of speaker identification in Korean university students' attitudes towards five varieties of English. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 34(3) 279-296.

2011 Lindemann, Stephanie. Who’s “unintelligible”? The perceiver’s role. Issues in Applied Linguistics 18(2) 223-232.

2009 Hu, Guiling & Stephanie Lindemann. Stereotypes of Cantonese English, apparent native/nonnative status, and their effect on nonnative English speakers’ perception. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 30(3), 253-269.

2005 Lindemann, Stephanie. Who speaks 'broken English'? US undergraduates' perceptions of non-native English. International Journal of Applied Linguistics 15(2), 187-212.

2003 Lindemann, Stephanie. Koreans, Chinese, or Indians? Attitudes and ideologies about non-native English speakers in the United States. Journal of Sociolinguistics 7(3), 348-364.

2002 Beddor, Patrice Speeter, James D. Harnsberger, & Stephanie Lindemann. Language-specific patterns of vowel-to-vowel coarticulation: Acoustic structures and their perceptual correlates. Journal of Phonetics 30(4), 591-627.

2002 Lindemann, Stephanie. Listening with an attitude: A model of native-speaker comprehension of non-native speakers in the United States. Language in Society 31(3), 419-441.

2001 Lindemann, Stephanie & Anna Mauranen. "It's just real messy": The occurrence and function of just in a corpus of academic speech. English for Specific Purposes 20, 459-475. [Reprinted in Douglas Biber & Randi Reppen, eds (2011). Corpus Linguistics. Sage Publications.]

1999 Ostermann, Ana Cristina, Jill D. Dowdy, Stephanie Lindemann, Jens C. Tuerp, & John M. Swales. Patterns in self-reported illness experiences: Letters to a TMJ support group. Language & Communication 19(2), 127-147.


Book chapters

in press Lindemann, Stephanie. Language attitudes and ideologies in the US. In Kingsley Bolton (ed.), The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of World Englishes. Wiley.

2018 Lindemann, Stephanie & Maxi-Ann Campbell. Attitudes toward nonnative pronunciation. In Okim Kang, Ron Thomson, & John M. Murphy (eds), The Routledge Handbook of Contemporary English Pronunciation. Routledge, 399-412.

2017 Lindemann, Stephanie. Variation or ‘error’? Perception of pronunciation variation and its implications for assessment. In Talia Isaacs & Pavel Trofimovich (eds), Second language pronunciation assessment: Interdisciplinary perspectives. Multilingual Matters, 193-209.

2014 Lindemann, Stephanie, Jason Litzenberg, & Nicholas Subtirelu. Problematizing the dependence on L1 norms in pronunciation teaching: Attitudes toward second-language accents. In John Levis & Alene Moyer (eds), Social Dynamics in Second Language Accent. DeGruyter Mouton, 171-194.

2006 Lindemann, Stephanie. What the other half gives: The interlocutor's role in non-native speaker performance. In Rebecca Hughes (ed.), Spoken English, TESOL and Applied Linguistics : Challenges for Theory and Practice. Palgrave Macmillan, 23-49.

2002 Swales, John M. & Stephanie Lindemann. Teaching the literature review to international graduate students. In Ann Johns, (ed.), Genre in the Classroom: Multiple Perspectives. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 105-119.

2001 Beddor, Patrice Speeter, Rena Arens Krakow, & Stephanie Lindemann. Patterns of perceptual compensation and their phonological consequences. In Elizabeth Hume & Keith Johnson (eds.), The Role of Speech Perception Phenomena in Phonology. New York: Academic Press, 55-78.


Other published work

2016 Lindemann, Stephanie. [Review of the book Perceiving identity through accent: Attitudes toward non-native speakers and their accents in English, by Bettina Beinhoff.] Journal of Second Language Pronunciation 2(1) 148-152.

2010 Lindemann, Stephanie. [Review of the book An introduction to language and society, 3rd edition, by Martin Montgomery.] Language in Society 39(1), 125-128.

1998 Lindemann, Stephanie. Listener variability and multiple perception processes. In Kuhl & Crum (eds.), Proceedings of the 16th International Congress on Acoustics and 135th Meeting Acoustical Society of America. Seattle, Washington, 2059-60.

1996 Akar, Didar, Jill D. Dowdy, Stephanie Lindemann, Ana Cristina Ostermann, John M. Swales, & Jens C. Tuerp. A linguistic analysis of patient letters to the TMJ Association: Preliminary results. The TMJ Report: Summer 1996, 2-4.


Conference presentations

2022 Ashley, Kobe & Stephanie Lindemann. Addressing the undergraduatesí role: Training in collaborative communication strategies. Paper presented for panel [Intercultural communication and ITAs: A two-way training approach] convened by Sarah Kegley at TESOL, Pittsburgh, PA, March 25.

2022 Ashley, Kobe, Sarah Pinard, & Stephanie Lindemann. Exploring undergraduatesí strategies for communicating with their non-native English-speaking instructors: Does training undergraduates help? Poster presented at American Association for Applied Linguistics, Pittsburgh, PA, March 19.

2021 Batchelor, Jordan, Siyun Tan, Yali Feng, Olexandra Kostenko, & Stephanie Lindemann. Race mediates the effect of attractiveness on language attitudes. Paper presented at American Association for Applied Linguistics Virtual Conference, March 20-23.

2020 Lindemann, Stephanie & Kris Acheson-Clair. Internationalizing domestic students: Innovations for improving communication across linguistic difference. Paper presented at Intercultural Competence Conference, Tucson, AZ, January 24.

2019 Lindemann, Stephanie, Taylor Chlapowski, & Yi Tan. The role of speaker’s first name in US listeners’ perceptions of three varieties of English. Paper presented at American Association for Applied Linguistics, Atlanta, GA, March 12.

2019 Kozlova, Iryna & Stephanie Lindemann. Am I picking on you? Negotiation of teacher identity in the university classroom. Paper presented at American Association for Applied Linguistics, Atlanta, GA, March 12.

2019 Chlapowski, Taylor & Stephanie Lindemann. The effects of accent on perceptions of whiteness. Paper presented at American Association for Applied Linguistics, Atlanta, GA, March 11.

2018 Lindemann, Stephanie & Yu-Kyoung Shin. The role of accent identification in attitudes toward North Korean accents. Paper presented at Symposium About Language and Society at Austin, Austin, TX, April 21.

2018 Chlapowski, Taylor, Stephanie Lindemann, & Camilla Vásquez. “Assimilation Mission Accomplished”: Multiracial Latin-American Comedians’ Discourses of Ethnicity and Race. Paper presented at Symposium About Language and Society at Austin, Austin, TX, April 20.

2017 Lindemann, Stephanie & Nicholas Close Subtirelu. Approaches to closing the gap: Explicit and implicit instruction about nonnative speech. Paper presented as part of panel [Oral Communication in Higher Education Contexts: Closing the Gap] convened by Beth Sheppard at TESOL, Seattle, WA, March 24. Other presenters: Roxanna Senyshyn, Bedrettin Yazan, Marino Fernandes, Okim Kang.

2017 Lian, Jessica, Stephanie Lindemann, & Rurik Tywoniw. Consonant dissonance: Perception and misperception of nonnative consonant pronunciation. Poster presented at American Association for Applied Linguistics, Portland, OR, March 18.

2016 Clower, Amy, & Stephanie Lindemann. The role of intonation in attitudes toward non-native speech. Paper presented at American Association for Applied Linguistics, Orlando, FL, April 10.

2016 Lindemann, Stephanie. In the ear of the beholder: ‘Speaker’ proficiency and the listener. Paper presented as part of panel [Comprehensibility requires a listener: Applying critical pronunciation research and pedagogy] convened by Maxi-Ann Campbell at TESOL, Baltimore, MD, April 6. Other presenters: Nicholas Subtirelu, Jennifer Foote.

2015 Lindemann, Stephanie, Maxi-Ann Campbell, & Nicholas Subtirelu. The effects of explicit and implicit instruction on native English speaker attitudes and comprehension of nonnative speech. Paper presented at American Association for Applied Linguistics, Toronto, Ontario, March 24.

2014 Campbell, Maxi-Ann, Stephanie Lindemann, Jason Litzenberg, & Nicholas Subtirelu. Addressing the native speaker role in native-nonnative communication through a half-hour online training. Paper presented at AILA World Congress, Brisbane, Australia, August 15.

2014 Lindemann, Stephanie, Maxi-Ann Campbell, & Jason Litzenberg. Working with native speaker attitudes and comprehension as a means to improve native-nonnative communication: Comparing online training methods. Paper presented at American Association for Applied Linguistics, Portland, OR, March 22.

2013 Campbell, Maxi-Ann & Stephanie Lindemann. Where Does Grammar Come in? Evaluations and Comprehension of a Non-Native Lecturer. Paper presented at American Association for Applied Linguistics, Dallas, TX, March 18.

2013 Subtirelu, Nicholas & Stephanie Lindemann. Reliably Invalid: The Influence of the Listener on Measurements of Second Language Speech. Paper presented at American Association for Applied Linguistics, Dallas, TX, March 17.

2011 Lindemann, Stephanie. Social influences on the perception of L2 phonetics and phonology. Paper presented in invited colloquium on Social influences on the acquisition of L2 phonetics and phonology, convened by John Levis at Second Language Research Forum, Ames, IA, October 14. Other presenters: John Levis & Kimberly LeVelle, Alene Moyer.

2010 Stephanie Lindemann. Who’s “unintelligible”? The perceiver’s role. Paper presented at the Conference on Linguistic Diversity in American Classrooms (Featured Speaker), UCLA, August 15.

2010 Moran, Katherine & Stephanie Lindemann. Planned and unplanned discourse about “broken English”: An exploration of folk linguistic beliefs in two corpora. Paper presented at 6th Conference on Intercultural Rhetoric and Discourse, Atlanta, GA, June 12.

2010 Lindemann, Stephanie & Katherine Moran. What is “broken English”? Using corpora to examine folk beliefs about non-native language. Paper presented at American Association for Applied Linguistics, Atlanta, GA, March 7.

2008 Lindemann, Stephanie, Gretchen Andrews, Eliana Hirano, Sarah Irani, Amanda Lanier, & Anna Lukyanchenko. How particular segmental phonetic features (don’t) affect attitudes towards nonnative speech. Poster presented at American Association for Applied Linguistics, Washington, DC, March 31.

2007 Lindemann, Stephanie. Navigating the face-threatening act in rejection letters to academic job applicants. Paper presented at American Association for Applied Linguistics, Costa Mesa, California, April 23.

2006 Lindemann, Stephanie. Transcribing non-nativeness: Perceived features of non-native speech. Paper presented at American Association for Applied Linguistics, Montreal, Quebec, June 18.

2004 Lukkarila, Lauren & Stephanie Lindemann. Machismo and the construction of sexual identity in a Spanish-language radio call-in show. Paper presented at New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV-33), Ann Arbor, Michigan, October 3.

2004 Lindemann, Stephanie & Lauren Lukkarila. How to speak like a non-native. Poster presented at New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV-33), Ann Arbor, Michigan, October 1.

2003 Lindemann, Stephanie. Ideologies about non-native English: Does identification of speakers' accents matter? Paper presented at American Association for Applied Linguistics, Arlington, Virginia, March 23.

2003 Lindemann, Stephanie. Reality check! Evaluations of real and imagined varieties of non-US English. Paper presented at American Dialect Society, Atlanta, Georgia, January 2.

2002 Lindemann, Stephanie. Considering the native in native-non-native-speaker communication. Paper presented at the Southeast TESOL conference, Atlanta, Georgia, September 21.

2001 Lindemann, Stephanie. "Non-standard" or non-native? Ideologies about non-native speakers of US English. Paper presented at New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV-30), Raleigh, North Carolina, October 13.

2001 Lindemann, Stephanie. Un-American Speech: Representations of non-native speakers of US English. Paper presented at American Dialect Society, Washington DC, January 6.

2000 Lindemann, Stephanie. Listening with an attitude: A model of native English speakers' comprehension of native speakers of Korean. Poster presented at New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV-29), Lansing, Michigan, October 6.

1999 Lindemann, Stephanie. Native speaker attitudes toward Korean (or is it Indian?) accented English. Paper presented at New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV-28), Toronto, Ontario, October 16.

1999 Lindemann, Stephanie & Anna Mauranen. 'It's just real messy': The occurrence and function of 'just' in a corpus of academic speech. Paper presented at the 12th World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA '99 Tokyo), Tokyo, Japan, August 3.

1996 Lindemann, Stephanie, Jill D. Dowdy, Ana Cristina Ostermann, Jens C. Tuerp, & John M. Swales. A genre of last resort: Letters to the TMJ Association. Paper presented at Georgetown Linguistics Society, Washington, DC, October 11.

 

Invited talks

2017 Lindemann, Stephanie. Communication is a two-way street: Why we can improve native-nonnative communication by working with native speakers. Presented at Agnes Scott College, November 17.

2017 Lindemann, Stephanie. Sociolinguistics and pronunciation teaching. Host of “Coffee Talk.” TESOL Convention, Seattle, WA, March 23.

2015 Lindemann, Stephanie. The role of the label ‘broken English’ in constructing non-nativeness. Presented at University of Florida, December 3.

2011 Lindemann, Stephanie. The perceiver’s role in (non)comprehension of Chinese- and Korean-accented English. Presented at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, March 30.

2001 Lindemann, Stephanie. Non-native-speaker competence or native-speaker confidence? Investigating the role of attitude in comprehension of non-native speech. Presented at Georgia State University, March 13.

2000 Lindemann, Stephanie. Non-native speaker "incompetence" as a construction of the native listener. Presented at the English Language Institute Spring Colloquium, University of Michigan, May 22.

2000 Lindemann, Stephanie. Attitudes and collaboration: The role of the native speaker in native-non-native communication. Presented at Clemson University, February 21.

1999 Lindemann, Stephanie. Comprehension and attitudes to non-native English (speakers). Presented at the University of Zimbabwe, June 24.

1999 Simpson, Rita, Stephanie Lindemann, & John M. Swales. First forays into MICASE. Presented at Central Michigan University, April 16.

1998 Swales, John M. & Stephanie Lindemann. International graduate students meet a literature review task: A report on a pedagogical encounter. Presented at the English Language Institute Spring Colloquium, University of Michigan, May 4.


Workshops facilitated

2016 The contemplative approach to examining white privilege. Shambhala Meditation Center of Atlanta, October 14-16. With Jessica Locke.

2015 Becoming an ally: The contemplative approach to examining white privilege. Shambhala Meditation Center of Atlanta, October 11-November 8 (2½ hours per week). With Jessica Locke.

2007 Integrating freshman learning communities into a large lecture course. University of Alabama at Birmingham, March 15.

1999 Multidisciplinary and Interdisciplinary Literature Reviews. Rackham Workshop Series: Writing for the Academy. University of Michigan, February 22. With John M. Swales and Chris Feak.

1999 The Literature Review. Rackham Workshop Series: Writing for the Academy. University of Michigan, February 8. With John M. Swales and Chris Feak. Also at Central Michigan University, April 16 with John M. Swales.

 

Awards

Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning College to Career Mini-grant for $3500, Georgia State University (2020).

Research on the Challenges of Acquiring Language and Literacy (RCALL) Seed Grant (principal investigator) for $16,000, Georgia State University (2012)

Research Equipment Grant (co-investigator), Georgia State University (2003).

Research Team Grant (co-investigator), Georgia State University (2002).

Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award, University of Michigan (1999).

Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship, University of Michigan (1999-2000).

Block Grants, University of Michigan, for conference travel (1998, 1999), subject fees (1997) and summer Arabic study at Middlebury College (1995).

Rackham Travel Grants, University of Michigan, for conference travel (1998, 1999). Rackham/ International Institute Travel Grant, University of Michigan (1999).

Linguistic Institute Fellowship, Linguistic Society of America (1997).

Regents Fellowship, University of Michigan (awarded 1994).

 

Courses taught

Georgia State University, Department of Applied Linguistics and ESL

AL 2021 Introduction to English Linguistics
AL 2101 Introduction to Language
AL 2231 Understanding Miscommunication (formerly as PERS 2001 Perspectives on Comparative Culture: Understanding Miscommunication)
AL 3021 Introduction to Linguistics
AL 3031 Language in Society
AL 4011 Phonetics and Phonology
AL 8240 General Linguistics
AL 8400 Preparation for Undergraduate Teaching
AL 8470 Sociolinguistics
AL 8770 Conversation Analysis
AL 8955 Academic Socialization
AL 8970 Linguistic Analysis (Phonetics)
AL 8977 Seminar in Sociolinguistics: Language Perception, Attitudes, and Ideologies (formerly as AL 89722 Seminar in Language & Communication: Perceptions, Attitudes, and Ideologies about Non-Native Language)
AL 8992 Seminar in Language Teaching: Critical Pedagogy

ESL 7450 Academic Writing for Graduate Students II

University of Michigan, Department of Linguistics

Languages of the World
Investigating Problems in Communication
Co-taught: Graduate Student Instructor Training

University of Michigan, English Language Institute

Writing Clinic
Academic Writing I
Voice and Articulation

Dissertation chair

Completed

2021 Taylor Chlapowski. Linguistic Perceptions and Ideologies of Race and Whiteness in the USA. Applied Linguistics & ESL, summer.

2019 Jessica Lian. Reimagining multilingualism from the heritage speaker perspective: A view of language brokering through the lens of translanguaging and resemiotization. Applied Linguistics & ESL, fall.

2016 Nicholas Subtirelu. Linguistic diversity and the politics of international inclusion in higher education: A critical sociolinguistic study of international teaching assistants. Applied Linguistics & ESL, summer.

2013 Jason Litzenberg. An investigation of pre-service English language teacher attitudes towards varieties of English in interaction. Applied Linguistics/ESL, summer.

2009 Guiling Hu. Cognitive mechanisms underlying second language listening comprehension. Applied Linguistics/ESL, spring.

2008 Iryna Kozlova (co-advisor). The use of conversational joking by international teaching assistants in the university classroom. Applied Linguistics/ESL, summer.

Dissertation committees

Current

Xian (Jan) Li. Exploring Interactional Competence in a Video-mediated Speaking Test: The Role of Nonverbal Behaviors and Test Format. Applied Linguistics & ESL.

Yi (Laura) Tan. Including Second Language Varieties of English on High-Stakes International Tests of English Proficiency. Applied Linguistics & ESL.

Haoshan (Sally) Ren. Bridging Corpus Linguistics to ITA Training and Testing: Validation of Functional Language in Academic Lectures. Applied Linguistics & ESL.

Katherine Yaw. Impact of accent familiarity training on listener processing of L2 accented speech. Northern Arizona University.

Completed

2020 Selahattin Yilmaz. A constructional analysis of written academic English as a lingua franca: The case of unedited and edited research writing. Applied Linguistics & ESL, summer.

2020 William Lake. Seeking the unseen humanities macrostructures: The use of corpus- and genre-assisted research methodologies to analyze written norms in English and Spanish literary criticism articles. Applied Linguistics & ESL, summer.

2020 Mackenzie Bristow. Language program development through international engagement. Applied Linguistics & ESL, summer.

2018 YeonJoo Jung. The role of socially-mediated alignment in the development of second language grammar and vocabulary: Comparing face-to-face and synchronous mobile-mediated communication. Applied Linguistics & ESL, summer.

2016 Sarah Goodwin. Locus of control in L2 English listening assessment. Applied Linguistics& ESL, summer.

2014 Meghan Pendergast. Teachers' perception of accent on formative reading assessments. College of Education, Department of Early Childhood Education, spring.

2013 Amanda Lanier Temples. Constructing Arabic as heritage: Investment in language, literacy, and identity among young U.S. learners. Applied Linguistics/ ESL, spring.

2012 Caroline Payant. Learner-learner interaction: An exploration of the mediating functions of multilingual learners’ languages in an L3 foreign language classroom. Applied Linguistics/ESL, summer.

2012 Lauren Lukkarila. Theory to practice, practice to theory: Developing a critical and feminist pedagogy for an English as Second Language academic writing classroom. Applied Linguistics/ESL, summer.

2011 Eliana Hirano. Refugees negotiating academic literacies in first-year college: Challenges, strategies, and resources. Applied Linguistics/ESL, fall.

2011 Lijuan Ye. Teaching and Learning Chinese as a foreign language in the United States: To delay or not to delay the character introduction. Applied Linguistics/ESL, fall.

2011 Nur Yigitoglu. Exploring second language writing teacher cognition. Applied Linguistics/ ESL, summer.

2011 Amanda Baker. Pronunciation pedagogy: Second language teacher cognition and practice. Applied Linguistics/ESL, spring.

2011 Joseph Lee. A genre analysis of second language classroom discourse: Exploring the rhetorical, linguistic, and contextual dimensions of language lessons. Applied Linguistics/ESL, spring.

2010 Cheongmin Yook. Korean teachers’ beliefs about English language education and their impacts upon Ministry of Education-initiated reforms. Applied Linguistics/ESL, summer.

2009 Price Webb. Factors affecting construction of science discourse in the context of an extracurricular science and technology project. College of Education, Department of Middle-Secondary Education and Instructional Technology, spring.

2008 Jayoung Choi. Asian English language learners’ identity construction in an after school Read, Talk, & Wiki Club. College of Education, Department of Middle-Secondary Education and Instructional Technology, fall.

2008 Lori Fredricks. Voices of English as a foreign language students in Tajikistan: Exploring sociocultural discourse through extensive reading. College of Education, Department of Middle-Secondary Education and Instructional Technology, fall.

2007 Yesim Canga-Ozbarlas. Crossing borders from a critical stance: Case studies on German and U.S. female minority teachers’ perspective on multicultural education. College of Education, Department of Middle-Secondary Education and Instructional Technology, spring.


Reviewing

Manuscript Reviewer:
Applied Linguistics (2015, 2017)
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
(2014, 2015)
Canadian Journal of Applied Linguistics (2014)
Cultura y Educación (2016)
English for Specific Purposes (2002, 2005-2009)
Equity & Excellence in Education (2013)
Georgia State Working Papers in Applied Linguistics (2004)
International Journal of Applied Linguistics (2013, 2020)
International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching (2021)
Issues in Applied Linguistics (2003)
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
(2018-2020)
Journal of Asian American Studies
(2009)
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology (2016, 2018)
Journal of Language and Social Psychology (2020)
Journal of Language, Identity, & Education (2020)
Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development (2011, 2021)
Journal of Phonetics (2016)
Journal of Second Language Pronunciation (2017-2020)
Journal of Sociolinguistics (2007, 2018-2019)
Language Awareness (2013-2015, 2021)
Language and Linguistics Compass (2020)
Language and Speech
(2020)
Language in Society (2014)
Language Learning (2013, 2019, 2021)
Language Learning and Technology (2014)
Multilingua: Journal of Cross-Cultural and Interlanguage Communication (2017, 2019)
Nordic Journal of Linguistics
(2019)
Sage Open
(2017)
Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics (2016)
Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching (2018)
System (2015)
TESOL Quarterly (2009-2019)
TEXT & TALK (2017)
World Englishes (2009)

Reviewer: Blackwell (book proposal, 2008; book manuscript, 2010), Cambridge University Press (book manuscripts: 2007, 2011, 2012), Polity (book proposal, 2017, 2018; book manuscript, 2018), Routledge (book manuscript review with Gayle Nelson, 2002).

Dissertation grant proposal reviewer: National Science Foundation (2008).

Abstract Reviewer: TESOL (2018-2020), Linguistic Society of America (2016-2018, 2020), American Association for Applied Linguistics (LCS strand: 2011-12, 2014-16; LID strand: 2016-17), Second Language Research Forum (2012, 2014, 2019), Conference on Intercultural Rhetoric and Discourse (2010), New Ways of Analyzing Variation (2004, 2007)
.

Bibliography: Relations of Literature and Science, 1996 (Contributor). Karl E. Gwiasda, bibliographer. Configurations 6.3, 403-493 (1998).

External reviewer: Jury member of PhD defense, Viktoria Kazarloga, Université de Sherbrooke, Canada (2016). External reviewer for MA thesis, Brigham Young University (2016).


Committees and other service

Department of Applied Linguistics and ESL, standing committees

PhD Curriculum Committee (chair, Sp2007-present)

Executive Committee (F2001-Su2002; Sp2005; Sp2008-Su2009; F2017-present); Lecturer Annual Review committee (2002, 2019)

Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (F2001-Sp2002, Sp2003-Sp2010, F2014-Su2020)

PhD Qualifying Exam committee (chair, F2012; member, 2020-2021; alternate member, 2019-2020)

Participation in IEP/ESL Classes Committee (F2002-Sp2015)

CTW Departmental Ambassador (F2007-Su2014)

PhD Qualifying Paper Evaluation Committee (alt. member, F2003; chair, F2008-2010)

Applied Linguistics Graduate Student Association Advisor (Sp2006-F2008)

Admissions Committee for PhD program (Sp2002-2004; chair, Sp2004)

Department of Applied Linguistics and ESL, ad hoc committees

Triennial Chair Evaluation Committee (Sp2017, Sp2020)

Academic Program Review Committee (F2017-Sp2018)

Search Committee for Tenure-Track Positions (Sp2002, F2008-Sp2011; chair, F2008-Sp2010); for Lecturer position (chair, F2016-Su2017)

...and much, much more

College of Arts and Sciences

Undergraduate Council (Spring 2015; Spring 2017-Spring 2019, Spring 2022)

Bylaws Committee (Fall 2014-Spring 2015)

Curriculum Committee (Fall 2009-Spring 2013)

Fifth-year review committee for academic professionals (Spring 2012)

Humanities Center Executive Committee (Spring 2006)

Georgia State University

University Senate (2020-present)

University Senate Committee on Academic Programs (2020-present)

University Senate Cultural Diversity Committee (2020-present)

Language and Literacy Peer Review Committee (Fall 2008-Fall 2010; Spring 2017)

Council of Cities, Human Capital Development Working Group (Fall 2011-Spring 2012)

Linguistic Society of America

Ad hoc committee, Annual Performance Review of LSA Executive Director Alyson Reed (2014)


Professional memberships

American Association for Applied Linguistics
Linguistic Society of America
Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages