Lynn Burley

Professor of Linguistics

Irby 207 F

(501) 450-5648

Educational Background

Ph.D. English Linguistics, Purdue University (1999)

M.A. Rhetoric and Composition, University of Akron (1992)

B.A.  English, University of Akron (1987)

Specialty Fields

Educational Linguistics, Phonology, Semantics

Research Interests

Siouan Languages, (not) Official English, Teaching Undergraduate Linguistics

Current Focus

Arkansas Dialect

Courses Taught

LING 4350:  Phonology
LING 4330/5310: Educational Linguistics
LING 4320: Grammatical Structures of English
LING 3325: Sociolinguistics
LING 3315: Semantics
LING 2350: World Languages
LING 2320: Introduction to Language and Linguistics
LING 1310: Language, Culture and Society
WRTG 4381: Special Topics: Discourse Analysis
WRTG 3340: Writing Acquisition
WRTG 1320:  Academic Writing and Research
WRTG 1310: Introduction to College Writing

Dialects of English (London and Paris)
Languages in Context (in Florence, Italy)
Language in the Netherlands (in Maastricht, The Netherlands)