Tense, Aspect, & Modality in Bastimentos Creole English (BCE)
- One three-month field trip in 2013 funded by ELDP (SOAS) to collect data.
- My audio and video files of BCE are archived with ELAR
Prof Eva Schultze-Berndt and Prof Delia Bentley (Advisor: Prof Yaron Matras)
Main discipline areas
Tense, Aspect, & Modality; Western Caribbean English Creoles; Syntax; Semantics; Language description; Language documentation; Language contact; Language change; Ethnography
World Englishes; Language planning & policy; Language education; Education policy; Ethnography
- Feb 2012-June 2017 GTA for School of Arts, Languages, and Cultures:
Investigating Grammar; Introduction to Morphology; Introduction to Typology; Languages of the World; Principles of Linguistics; Introduction to the History of English; World Englishes; English Grammar & Morphology; History & varieties of English
- 2Sept 015-June 2016 Lecturer for School of Environment, Education and Development:
Exploring Language: Introduction to Grammar; Supervisor for five 3rd year dissertations; Supervisor for five 2nd year research projects
- MA Linguistics, The University of Manchester
- Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) (Secondary/German)
- BA German & History, Lancaster University
Reid, Heidi. In print. Panama: A sociolinguistic profile. In Joseph T. Farquharson & Jo-Anne S. Ferreira (eds.). Handbook of Caribbean Languages and Linguistics 1: Sociolinguistic Overview of Caribbean Territories.