Michael Clauss
Current research - Current teaching



Hello folks! I'm Michael Clauss, PhD student in Linguistics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. My linguistic interests are in syntax, acquisition, and the study and preservation of minority and understudied languages.

Below you will find information on my career as an academic and a teacher. To find out more about my past, present, and planned research, as well as a bit about my philosophy as a linguist, see the Research page.

Curious about what this whole linguistics thing is? I suggest this little FAQ I have put together.

Or, if you like, you can find out more information about me and other things I do right here.



Academic History
2011 - Present PhD program in Linguistics, University of Massachusetts Amherst
2011 MA in Linguistics, University of Hawai'i at Manoa
2007 BA in Sociology, Western Washington University
2005 AA, Shoreline Community College

Conference Presentations
09/14/2010 Lomnak Majol ("Thinking Marshallese", with Laura Berbusse). FEL XIV: Reversing Language Shift, Carmarthen, Wales
05/18/2013 Optional V2 and the Left Periphery in Tuvaluan. AFLA 20, Arlington, TX
11/29/2013 Tough Partial Movement. Workshop on the Acquisition of Adjectives Across Languages. Utrecht, Netherlands.

Teaching
Spring 2014 Linguistics 411: Introduction to Language Acquisition (Teaching Assistant) at University of Massachusetts
Fall 2013 Linguistics 201: Introduction to Linguistic Theory (Teaching Associate) at University of Massachusetts
Spring 2013 Linguistics 201: Introduction to Linguistic Theory (Teaching Assistant) at University of Massachusetts
Fall 2012 Linguistics 101: People and their Language (Teaching Assistant)
Fall 2010 - Spring 2011 Linguistics 102: Introduction to the Study of Language (Instructor) at University of Hawai'i at Manoa
Winter 2007 Sociology 215: Social Statistics (Teaching Assistant) at Western Washington University




Email me: mclauss+AT+linguist.umass.edu
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