bucholtz at TAMU.EDU
Thu Jan 20 16:48:35 UTC 2000
In response to Teun's message, I'll stop lurking and introduce myself. I'm
an assistant professor of linguistics and discourse studies at Texas A&M
University. I was the first faculty member hired explicitly to do discourse
studies at A&M as part of the department's new Discourse Studies Ph.D.
Concentration. Our definition of discourse studies is quite broad; it
combines humanities and social science approaches from linguistics,
rhetoric, cultural studies, and critical theory.
I specialize in language, gender, and racial identity; my most recent
publication is the co-edited volume Reinventing Identities: The Gendered
Self in Discourse (Oxford University Press, 1999). I'm currently working on
a book on language, youth, and whiteness.
A couple of web sites that I maintain (not very well at present, I'm
afraid, but I'm hoping to update them soon) may be of interest:
The Language and Gender Page
The Discourse Studies Page (Discourse Studies at Texas A&M and beyond;
parts are under construction)
I'm looking forward to discussions on the list.
Assistant Professor of Linguistics and Discourse Studies
Department of English
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843-4227
bucholtz at tamu.edu
phone: (409) 862-3910
fax: (409) 862-2292
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