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|Institution:||St. Olaf College|
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|Selected Publications:||To appear. How to Get to Be One Kind of Midwesterner: Accommodation to the Northern Cities Chain Shift. Language variation and change in the American Midland: A new look at Heartland English, ed. by Thomas Murray and Beth Lee Simon. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press. Co-authored with Betsy Evans, Jamila Jones, and Dennis R. Preston.
2003. Well weird, right dodgy, very strange, really cool: Layering and recycling in English intensifiers. Language in Society 32(2). Co-authored with Sali Tagliamonte.
2002. Think really different: Continuity and specialization in the English adverbs. Journal of Sociolinguistics 6(2).236-266. Co-authored with Sali Tagliamonte.
2001. Belief, attitude, and linguistic accommodation: a case of urban sound change in rural Michigan. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics 7.3, ed. by Tara Sanchez University of Pennsylvania.
|Courses Taught:||Language in Japanese society|
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