Kerry Sluchinski, PhD, MA, BA
Pronouns: she, her, hers
Area of Study / Keywords
Pragmatics Semantics Discourse Analysis Computer Mediated Communication Deixis
A non-intensive introduction to Mandarin Chinese. Note: Not open to students with matriculation in Chinese, i.e., CHINA 30 or equivalent.
A continuation of CHINA 102. Designed to develop further basic skills in spoken and written Chinese. Prerequisite: CHINA 102.
Research - Common Ground in COVID-19 Conversations: A cross-linguistic study
In collaboration with the research lab headed by Dr. Shoichi Iwasaki, Asian Languages and Cultures, Univ. of California, Los Angeles.
Other - Language Editor: Asian Languages and Linguistics 《亚洲语言与语言学》
Language editor for Asian Languages and Linguistics 《亚洲语言与语言学》.Asian Languages and Linguistics 《亚洲语言与语言学》
Other - Section Editor: Graduate Student Journal Connections
Translation and Mixed Methods Linguistics Section Editor for Graduate Student Journal Connections (Modern Languages and Cultural Studies Department, University of Alberta).