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Lane Igoudin

Lane Igoudin, M.A., Ph.D.

LaneIgoudin2018-7smProfessor of ESL and Linguistics
English/ESL Department, LACC


Welcome to my website!

The Current Courses tab on the left lists the courses I teach, primarily ESL writing and reading, as well as Introduction to Linguistics (LING 1), Sociolinguistics (LING 2), and Psycholinguistics (LING 3).

Teaching and Faculty Service describes my teaching experience and academic service for the Los Angeles Community College District, including the districtwide ESL curriculum reorganization and new course development.

The site’s Research Activities section lists my publications and presentations. Most recently, they include a book chapter in a Routledge volume on critical theory in applied linguistics, an article in the UCLA Excellence in Pedagogy and Innovative Classrooms publication about engaging bilingual students in creative writing, an NSF-AGEP funded guest lecture at UC Santa Barbara on linguistics pedagogy, and my recent Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship with the UCLA Humanities Division. At the upcoming World Congress of Applied Linguistics (Netherlands, August 2021), I will be presenting a critical study of linguistic ethnography, based on a project linking my LACC students with the students at a university in Brazil. To learn more about these projects, click on the links above, or contact me at igoudial@laccd.edu.

For my writing and blogging on non-academic subjects, please visit LaneIgoudin.com.