People

LISO Faculty, Visiting Scholars & Alumni

Below is a list of the LISO faculty and their areas of interest and specializations. Click on names of faculty to go to their departmental web pages for further contact information.

  • Gevirtz Graduate School of Education

teaching of writing, writing in the disciplines, history of literacy genre theory, activity theory, genre theory

  • Department of Linguistics

sociolinguistics, linguistic anthropology, language and gender, African American English discourse

  • Department of Linguistics

psycholinguistics, child language, discourse, Japanese and Korean linguistics

  • Gevirtz Graduate School of Education

Sociology of Education, sociolinguistics and literacy, gender socialization

  • Department of Linguistics

linguistic anthropology, interactional linguistics, stance, dialogic syntax, spoken corpus construction / English corpus linguistics, Mayan linguistics

  • Professor Emeritus
  • Department of Anthropology
  • UC Berkeley

Sociolinguistics, linguistic anthropology, urban anthropology, discourse analysis; India, Northwestern Europe, U.S.

  • Gevirtz Graduate School of Education

language and communicative development, gender differences in langauge and cognition, language Socialization, cognitive science

  • Department of Sociology

conversation analysis, social aspects of grammar, social life of very young children

  • Visiting Faculty/Researcher

Graduate school of Language, Communication, & Culture,
Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan

  • Gevirtz Graduate School of Education

trusting relations, social differences, learning, education, cognitive science

  • Department of Sociology

the organization of talk in interaction, sociology of science and technology, sociology of mass communication

  • Department of Linguistics

interactional linguistics, emergent grammar, interaction and grammar

  • Department of Sociology

conversation analysis, ethnomethodology, interaction and social structure

  • Department of Sociology

conversation analysis, emergency calls to the police, social life of very young children, talk and identity