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TEACHING LING131 Describing Language

LING132 Introduction to Linguistic Communication

LING230 Exploring English: from Grammar to Discourse

LING304 Sociolinguistics

LING380 Special Topic: Corpus Linguistics

LING380 Special Topic: Semantic and Pragmatics

PAST TEACHING Lecturer for Paper ESOL202: Applied English Phonology (year 2), (summer/Feb. 2006), University of Auckland.

Tutor for Linguistics for years I, II and Graduate level courses, The University of Auckland, (2002-2008),

Tutor for Department of Mathematics at Pre-university and year I courses, The University of Auckland, (2001-2006).

GUEST LECTURES "Using LaTeX in linguistics research" for Linguistics Graduate course Research Methods in Linguistics, University of Auckland, NZ (2005 and 2008)

"Machine Translation" for Translation Studies year III, University of Auckland, NZ (2003)

"Clefting" for Linguistics year II course, "Applied English Grammar, University of Auckland, NZ (2007)

"Formulaic Language" for Linguistics year II course Linguistics Analysis , at Massey University (2007)

RESEARCH POSITIONS NZ FRST Postdoctoral Researcher, School of Biological Sciences The University of Reading, UK, 2009-2012.

Visiting Researcher, Department of Applied Languages Studies and Linguistics The University of Auckland, New Zealand, Jan – Feb 2012.

Visiting Researcher, Department of Linguistics, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany, Oct – Dec 2011.

Research Assistant, Centre for Pacific Studies, The University of Auckland, working on a Dictionary and Grammar of Takuu language, under the guidance of Prof. Richard Moyle, Nov – Dec 2007.

Conference organiser for the New Zealand Discourse Conference, hosted by the Institute of Culture, Discourse and Communication, The AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand, 6 – 8 December 2007.

Research Assistant, Mathematics Department, The University of Auckland, (2000-2001).

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