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Ehsan Shafiee Zargar

Name

[Shafiee Zargar, Ehsan]
  • Enhanced GTA, Linguistics & TESOL

Professional Preparation

    • 2007 BA in English Translation Tarbiat Moallem University
    • 2013 Ma in LinguisticsUT Arlingon
    • In Progress PhD in LinguisticsUT Arlingon

Appointments

    • Aug 2013 to Present Graduate Teaching Assistant
      University of Texas at Arlington

Awards and Honors

    • Nov  2013 Carrizo Oil & Gas, Inc. Graduate Research Fellowship sponsored by College of Liberal ArtsOffice of the Provost and Vice President for Academic AffairsOffice of the PresidentUniversity of Texas at Arlington

Publications

      Journal Article 2017
      • Shafiee Zargar, E., & Witzel, N. (2017). Transposed-letter priming across inflectional morpheme boundaries. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 46, 125-140

        {Peer Reviewed }

Presentations

    • April  2017
      Musical Rhythm in Persian Poetic Meters
      A rhythmic categorization of Persian poetic meters.
    • October  2016
      Processing L2 Scripts in Highly-Proficient Bilinguals.
      An investigation of L2 orthographic processing deficiencies in different-script bilinguals.
    • November  2014
      Possessor Raising in Classic Persian

      An external possession analysis of "Fakk-e Ezafe" structure in Classic Persian. 

    • October  2014
      The timing of morphological decomposition: Evidence from inflected words

      An investigation of the timing of ortho-morphological decomposition by looking at rule-based morphology

    • February  2014
      Transposed-letter similarity effects across inflectional morpheme boundaries

      An investigation of transposed-letter similarity effects in rule-based morphology.

Courses

      • LING 4327-002 SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

        This course will focus on second language acquisition. Topics will include the similarities and differences between first and second language acquisition, perception and production in native and non-native languages, and the implications of second language acquisition and processing research for theoretical linguistics and language teaching.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 4327-002 SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

        This course will focus on second language acquisition. Topics will include the similarities and differences between first and second language acquisition, perception and production in native and non-native languages, and the implications of second language acquisition and processing research for theoretical linguistics and language teaching.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 4327-002 SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

        This course will focus on second language acquisition. Topics will include the similarities and differences between first and second language acquisition, perception and production in native and non-native languages, and the implications of second language acquisition and processing research for theoretical linguistics and language teaching.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 2301-003 INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF HUMAN LANGUAGES

        LING 2301 provides an overview of an inarguably fundamental human capacity: language. Students will consider a variety of language-related topics in the context of the physical sciences, cognitive sciences, social sciences, and humanities. Course readings provide students with exposure to many of the basic concepts and terms used in the study of language and linguistics. Lectures complement the readings by further elucidating key 
        concepts and exemplifying these notions. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 2301-004 INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF HUMAN LANGUAGES

        LING 2301 provides an overview of an inarguably fundamental human capacity: language. Students will consider a variety of language-related topics in the context of the physical sciences, cognitive sciences, social sciences, and humanities. Course readings provide students with exposure to many of the basic concepts and terms used in the study of language and linguistics. Lectures complement the readings by further elucidating key 
        concepts and exemplifying these notions. 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014Contact info & Office Hours