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Professional Preparation

    • 2011 PhD in LinguisticsThe University of Chicago
    • 2010 Certificate in TESOLI-TAA accredited
    • 2003 MA in English LinguisticsSeoul National University
    • 2001 BA in English Language and LiteratureThe University of Seoul

Appointments

    • Aug 2013 to Present Assistant Professor
      UT Arlington
    • Mar 2012 to July 2013 Postdoctoral Research Fellow
      Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Germany
    • Sept 2011 to Dec 2011 Visiting Lecturer
      University of Chicago
    • Jan 2011 to June 2011 Visiting Assistant Professor
      Cornell University

Publications

      Conference Proceeding Forthcoming
      • Jespersen’s Cycle and the scope of negation in American Sign Language. Kristen Fleckenstein and Suwon Yoon, To appear. Proceedings of the 52nd Chicago Linguistic Society (CLS 52), University of Chicago.

        {Peer Reviewed} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article Forthcoming
      • Jespersen’s Cycle and the scope of negation in American Sign Language. Kristen Fleckenstein and Suwon Yoon.  To appear. Sign Language Studies.

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      Forthcoming
      • 77 Shades of Black: the Pragmatics of emotive color terms in Korean, Suwon Yoon. to appear. Journal of East Asian Linguistics.

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter Forthcoming
      • Expletive Negation in Korean and beyond. Suwon Yoon. To appear. The Cambridge Handbook of Korean Language and Linguistics. ed. by John Whitman and Sungdai Cho, Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, U.K.

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Conference Proceeding 2017
      • From referential vagueness to metalinguistic negation: anti-specificity marker in American Sign Language, Kristen Fleckenstein and Suwon Yoon.  2017. Proceedings of the 19th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar (SICOGG 19), Hankook Publishing. Seoul, Korea.

        {Conference Proceeding} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2017
      • Compatibility condition for expressives revisited: a big data-based trend analysis. In press (2017). James Yae and Suwon Yoon.  Language Sciences.

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2017
      • Main Clause Phenomena in Korean (vs. V2 in German). Suwon Yoon. In press (2017). Lingua

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2016
      • Scalar marking without scalar meaning:
non-scalar, non-emphatic EVEN-marked NPIs in Greek and Korean. Anastasia Giannakidou and Suwon Yoon. 2016. Language.

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Conference Proceeding 2016
      • Jespersen’s Cycle and scope of negation in American Sign Language. 2016. Kristen Fleckenstein and Suwon Yoon, Proceedings of the 42th Berkeley Linguistic Society (BLS 42). UC Berkeley.

        {Conference Proceeding} [Refereed/Juried]
      2016
      • Individual and propositional variation in disjunction: referentially vague indefinite and modalized question. 2016. Arum Kang and Suwon Yoon, Proceedings of the 18th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar (SICOGG 18),  Hankook Publishing. Seoul, Korea

        {Conference Proceeding} [Refereed/Juried]
      2016
      • Two types of speaker’s ignorance over the epistemic space. 2016. Arum Kang and Suwon Yoon, Proceedings of the Linguistic Society of America, Vol 1.21:1-15.

        {Conference Proceeding} [Refereed/Juried]
      2016
      • Individual and propositional variation in disjunction: referentially vague indefinite and modalized question. 2016. Arum Kang and Suwon Yoon, Proceedings of the 18th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar (SICOGG 18), Publisher?. Hankook Publishing. Seoul, Korea.

        {Conference Proceeding} [Refereed/Juried]
      2016
      • Two types of speaker’s ignorance over the epistemic space. 2016. Arum Kang and Suwon Yoon, Proceedings of the Linguistic Society of America, Vol 1.21:1-15.

        {Conference Proceeding} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2015
      • Semantic constraint and pragmatic nonconformity for expressives: compatibility condition on slurs, epithets, anti-honorifics, intensifiers, and mitigators. Suwon Yoon. 2015. Special issue on Slurs at Language Sciences 52: 46-69.

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Conference Proceeding 2015
      • Incremental parsing in Korean: conditionals and relative clauses. 2015. Suwon Yoon and Masaya Yoshida, Proceedings of the 15th Texas Linguistic Society (TLS XV) conference. University of Texas at Austin. 

        {Conference Proceeding} [Refereed/Juried]

      Conference Proceeding 2014
      • No NPI licensing in clausal comparatives. Anastasia Giannakidou and Suwon Yoon. 2014. Proceedings of the 46th Chicago Linguistic Society (CLS 46). ed. by Timothy Grinsell, Adam Baker, Julia Thomas, Rebekah Baglini, Jon Keane. University of Chicago. 

        {Conference Proceeding} [Refereed/Juried]
      2014
      • Referential vagueness and negative polarity: evidence from Greek and Korean. 2014. Anastasia Giannakidou and Suwon YoonProceedings of the 47th Chicago Linguistic Society (CLS 47). University of Chicago.

        {Conference Proceeding} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2013
      • Parametric Variation in Subordinate Evaluative Negation: Japanese/Korean vs. Others. Suwon Yoon. 2013. Journal of East Asian Linguistics 22.2: 133-166.

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Conference Proceeding 2013
      • On Embedded Root Clause Phenomena (ERCP): ERCP in Korean versus V2 in Germanic languages. Suwon Yoon. 2013.  NELS 42. ed. by Stefan Keine and Shayne Sloggett, pp. 633-646, Amherst, Mass.: GLSA. 

        {Conference Proceeding} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2011
      • Rhetorical Comparatives: polarity items, expletive negation, and subjunctive mood. Suwon Yoon. 2011. Journal of Pragmatics 43: 2012-2033.

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2011
      • A Structural Asymmetry in Intervention Effects. Suwon Yoon. 2011. Lingua 121: 942-962. 

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2011
      • The subjective mode of comparison: metalinguistic comparatives in Greek and Korean. Anastasia Giannakidou and Suwon Yoon. 2011. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 29.3: 621-655.

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Conference Proceeding 2011
      • Metalinguistic Comparatives: from Greek to Korean. Suwon Yoon. 2011. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Greek Linguistics. ed. by Aikaterini hatzopoulos, Alexandra Ioannidou, Suwon Yoon. pp. 287-300, University of Chicago

        {Conference Proceeding} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book 2011
      • Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Greek Linguistics. 2011. Co-edited with Aikaterini Chatzopoulos and Alexandra Ioannidou. Digital publication. ISSN 2225-899X.

        {Book} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2010
      • An Experimental Approach to the Interpretation of Wh-phrases: processing and syntax-prosody interface. Suwon Yoon. 2010. Interfaces in Linguistics: New Research Perspectives. Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics 31, ed. by Raffaella Folli and Christiane Ulbrich, pp. 242-256, Oxford University Press. Oxford. U.K.

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

Presentations

    • August  2017
      From referential vagueness to metalinguistic negation: anti-specificity marker in American Sign Language
      The 19th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar (SICOGG 19), Poster, August 9-11, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea.
    • October  2016
      Disjunction’ as an epistemic modal: nonveridical equilibrium

      2016. Arum Kang and Suwon Yoon, Poster, The 24th Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference (JK), October 14-16, National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL) in Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan.

    • August  2016
      Individual and propositional variation in disjunction: referentially vague indefinite and modalized question

      Arum Kang and Suwon Yoon, 2016. Talk, The 18th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar (SICOGG 18), August 2-5, Sogang University, Seoul, Korea.

    • May  2016
      The Semantics and Syntax of Expletive Negation

       2016. May 16, Talk. Department of English Language & Literature. Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea.

    • April  2016
      Jespersen’s Cycle and the scope of negation in American Sign Language

      2016. Kristen Fleckenstein and Suwon Yoon, Poster, The 39th Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW 39), April 5-8, University of Göttingen, Germany.

    • April  2016
      Jespersen’s Cycle and the scope of negation in American Sign Language

      2016. Kristen Fleckenstein and Suwon Yoon, The 52nd Chicago Linguistic Society (CLS 52), April 21-23, University of Chicago, IL.  

    • February  2016
      Jespersen’s Cycle and scope of negation in American Sign Language.

       2016. Talk.  With Kristen Fleckenstein, February 5-7, UC Berkeley, CA.

    • January  2016
      Two types of speaker’s ignorance over the epistemic space: Referential vagueness marker inka vs. epistemic subjunctive marker nka in Korean

      2016. With Arum Kang, Poster, The 90th Annual Meeting of Linguistic Society of America (LSA). January 7-10, Washington, DC.

    • October  2015
      Two cases of incremental parsing in Korean: conditionals and relative clauses

      With Masaya Yoshida, Talk, The 15th Texas Linguistic Society conference

    • June  2015
      Two types of speaker’s ignorance over the epistemic space

      With Arum Kang, Talk, Joint meeting of the 19th ICKL (International Circle of Korean Linguistics) and the 16th Harvard-ISOKL (International Symposium on Korean Linguistics)

    • May  2014
      Evaluative Negation

      Department of Linguistics, Invited Lecture at Semantics Seminar

    • May  2014
      EVEN in non-emphatic non-scalar NPIs (negative polarity items)

      Department of Linguistics, Invited Lecture at Semantics Seminar

    • April  2014
      When are Clause-Final Verbs Facilitated in Korean?

      With Masaya Yoshida, Talk, Internal presentation at the Language Processing Group (LPG)

    • March  2014
      When are Clause-Final Verbs Facilitated in Korean?

      With Masaya Yoshida, The 2nd East Asian Psycholinguistics Colloquium (EAPC2)

    • January  2014
      When are Clause-Final Verbs Facilitated in Korean?

      With Masaya Yoshida, Poster, The 88th Annual Meeting of Linguistic Society of America

    • October  2013
      On the distribution of NPIs in clausal comparatives

      Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics, Dallas, TX. The 5th Annual DFW Metroplex Linguistics conference,

    • January  2013

      The Syntax and Semantics of Evaluative Negation and Root Transformation: a cross-linguistic approach

       

      Department of Linguistics & TESOL, University of Texas at Arlington.

    • October  2012
      The Syntax and Semantics of Evaluative Negation: a cross-linguistic analysis

      2012. Cross-Linguistic Semantics Colloquium, October 9, Department of Linguistics, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Netherlands.

    • October  2012

      Embedded Root-Clause Phenomena: V2 in German and ERCP in Korean/Japanese

      Department of Linguistics, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Germany

    • April  2012

      Embedded Root-Clause Phenomena in Korean vs. V2 in German

      Department of German Studies and Linguistics, Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Germany.

    • March  2012

      On the Syntax of Conditional Topics in Japanese

      Workshop on Japanese Syntax, Semantics, and Pragmatics, With M. Yoshida (Northwestern University), University of Chicago.

    • October  2011

      Non-emphatic NPIs, innocuous focus marking, and non-exhaustive variation: the view from Greek and Korean

      Linguistics Colloquium. With Anastasia Giannakidou, Seoul National University.

    • May  2011

      The Syntax of Evaluative Negation

      Department of Linguistics, City University of New York Graduate Center.

    • April  2011

      The Syntax, Semantics, and Pragmatics of Negation and Negativity

      School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. 

    • August  2008

      Metalinguistic functions and the expressive dimension: Expressive Comparatives in Greek and Korean

      Comparative Research Seminar, With Anastasia Giannakidou, University of Chicago. 

    • June  2008

      Comparatives, Negation, and Ellipsis: three case studies in Greek and Korean

      Colloque international, With Anastasia Giannakidou, Université Paris 7, Paris, France. 

  • Past
    •  
      Two types of speaker’s ignorance over the epistemic space: Referential vagueness marker inka vs. epistemic subjunctive marker nka in Korean

       2016. With Arum Kang, Poster, The 90th Annual Meeting of Linguistic Society of America (LSA). January 7-10, Washington, DC.

  • Past
    •  
      “The Semantics and Syntax of Expletive Negation”

       2016. May 16, Department of English Language and Literature. Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea.

  • Past
    •  
      Disjunction’ as an epistemic modal: nonveridical equilibrium

      2016. With Arum Kang, Poster, The 24th Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference (JK), October 14-16, National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL) in Tachikawa, Tokyo, Japan.

  • Past
    •  
      From referential vagueness to metalinguistic negation: anti-specificity marker in American Sign Language
      The 19th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar (SICOGG 19), August 9-11, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea.

Support & Funding

This data is entered manually by the author of the profile and may duplicate data in the Sponsored Projects section.
    • Mar 2012 to July 2013 Project on Embedded Root-clause Phenomena sponsored by  - $79000
    • Jan 2011 to June 2011 Research Grant sponsored by  - $1000
    • Jan 2009 to Dec 2010 Whiting Dissertation Year Fellowship sponsored by  - $25000
    • Sept 2006 to Aug 2009 Mellon Graduate Achievement Scholarship sponsored by  - $45000
    • June 2008 to Aug 2008 Provost's Summer Research Fellowships sponsored by  - $2000
    • July 2007 to Aug 2007 Fellowship for the Linguistic Society of America (LSA) Summer Institute sponsored by  - $2000
    • Sept 2005 to Aug 2006 University Fellowship sponsored by  - $12000
    • Mar 2001 to Dec 2002 Teaching Assistance Scholarship sponsored by  - $1200
    • Mar 1996 to Dec 1996 Mayor of Seoul City Scholarship sponsored by  - $2000

Courses

      • LING 4303-001 FORMAL SYNTAX

        This course is a continuation of Linguistics 3340. It expands our investigation of the fundamental goals and techniques of current syntactic theory and the empirical facts it is based on. It also has the goal of introducing the interface issues between syntactic and semantic phenomena. This course will have a strong cross-linguistic aspect to it; after reviewing the basic tools of current syntactic theory, the course moves on to the various core topics concerning the structure (and meaning) in English and also in a wide variety of languages.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 4395-001 INTERNSHIP

        In essence, this course may be different for every student enrolled. While we will have some assignments with set due dates, there is some flexibility involved due to the variety of teaching assignments that students will be taking on. However, if you choose to request an alternate date or assignment, you must discuss this with Suwon Yoon no later than one week before an assignment is due. If you will not be teaching for at least 10 weeks, an alternate schedule should be discussed as well.

        Each student is also expected to meet with the instructor at least 2 times during the semester. Students are encouraged to contact Suwon Yoon regarding any issues, problems, or triumphs that they wish to discuss, but this is not strictly required. In addition to the set office hour slot, Suwon Yoon is available for appointments as needed. Because students are teaching in various parts of town, and we do not have a set time when everyone is on campus, Suwon Yoon is also available to meet via email or virtual/online (Skype). Please email to arrange appointments as needed.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 5345-001 Semantics

        This course is an advanced graduate-level introduction to formal semantics. It is designed to prepare students for serious research in these areas. We deal with basic tools in Model-theoretic semantics, compositionality, and more specific core topics such as negation, quantification, mood and modality, noun phrases, indefinites, definiteness, tense, aspect, and events. We overview the current literature of these topics and further examine these issues from a cross-linguistic perspective. 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 4395-001 INTERNSHIP

        This class is a required part of the undergraduate TESOL Certificate. It consists of an internship (paid or unpaid) supervised by a faculty internship coordinator, with the student performing duties related to the academic curriculum of TESOL. Students are required to submit an approved academic project related to the work performed. May be repeated with approval of the Undergraduate Advisor.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 5110-001 TESOL PRACTICUM

        This class is a required part of the undergraduate TESOL Certificate. It consists of an internship (paid or unpaid) supervised by a faculty internship coordinator, with the student performing duties related to the academic curriculum of TESOL. Students are required to submit an approved academic project related to the work performed. May be repeated with approval of the Undergraduate Advisor.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 5393-001 TESOL TEACHING AND OBSERVATION

        This class is a required part of the undergraduate TESOL Certificate. It consists of an internship (paid or unpaid) supervised by a faculty internship coordinator, with the student performing duties related to the academic curriculum of TESOL. Students are required to submit an approved academic project related to the work performed. May be repeated with approval of the Undergraduate Advisor.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 4345-001 SEMANTICS

        This course introduces the fundamental goals and techniques of current semantic theory and the empirical
        facts it is based on. It also has the goal of preparing you to pursue more advanced study of the meaning of
        human languages and to provide a foundation for your own research. After reviewing the basic tools of
        current semantic theory, the course moves on to the various core topics concerning the meaning in
        English and also from a crosslinguistic perspective.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 5345-001 Semantics

        This course is an advanced graduate-level introduction to formal semantics. It is designed to prepare
        students for serious research in these areas. We deal with basic tools in Model-theoretic semantics,
        compositionality, and more specific core topics such as negation, quantification, mood and modality,
        noun phrases, indefinites, definiteness, tense, aspect, and events. We overview the current literature of
        these topics and further examine these issues from a cross-linguistic perspective. Before taking this
        course, you should have some previous knowledge of semantics (e.g., 4345, undergraduate
        semantics/pragmatics, or a course in mathematical or philosophical logic).

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 3311-001 INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTIC SCIENCE

        LING 3311: Introduction to Linguistic Science

        LING 5300: Linguistic Analysis

        This course is an introduction to linguistic analysis. Drawing on data from a variety of languages, we will examine the sound patterns of languages (phonetics and phonology), words and word formation (morphology), sentence structure (syntax), meaning (semantics), and language in context (pragmatics). We will focus on understanding methods of linguistic analysis and using these methods to solve problems in each of the above areas. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 4347-001 Pragmatics

        This course introduces the fundamental goals and techniques of current pragmatic theory and the empirical facts it is based on. It also has the goal of preparing you to pursue more advanced study of the meaning of human languages and to provide a foundation for your own research. After reviewing the basic tools of current pragmatic theory, the course moves on to the various core topics concerning the meaning and use in English and also from a crosslinguistic perspective. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 5345-001 Semantics (graduate level)

        This course is an advanced graduate-level introduction to formal semantics. It is designed to prepare students for serious research in these areas. We deal with basic tools in Model-theoretic semantics, compositionality, and more specific core topics such as negation, quantification, mood and modality, noun phrases, indefinites, definiteness, tense, aspect, and events. We overview the current literature of these topics and further examine these issues from a cross-linguistic perspective.  Before taking this course, you should have some previous knowledge of semantics (e.g., 4345, undergraduate semantics/pragmatics, or a course in mathematical or philosophical logic). 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 4345-001 Semantics (undergraduate level)

        This course introduces the fundamental goals and techniques of current semantic theory and the empirical facts it is based on. It also has the goal of preparing you to pursue more advanced study of the meaning of human languages and to provide a foundation for your own research. After reviewing the basic tools of current semantic theory, the course moves on to the various core topics concerning the meaning in English and also from a crosslinguistic perspective. 

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 3340-001 Grammar and Morphology

        This course introduces the fundamental goals and techniques of current syntactic theory and the empirical facts it is based on. It also has the goal of putting you in a position to pursue more advanced study of the structure of human languages and to provide a foundation for your own research. After reviewing the basic concepts of modern grammatical theory, the course moves on to the question of how one should choose a theory, construct an argument, and expand and constrain the theory. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • LING 6390-001 Seminar in Semantics and Pragmatics

        This seminar addresses core questions in the domain of polarity phenomena. We focus on the occurrence of various polarity items (PIs) such as any, negative polarity items (NPIs), minimizers, free choice items (FCIs), and positive polarity items (PPIs). We examine these items in a variety of languages and in a variety of contexts ranging from downward entailing to upward entailing or non-monotone, questions, modal, and other nonveridical contexts. 

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours

Service to the Profession

  • Appointed
    • July 2013 to  Aug 2013 Reviewer

      Book           Contrastiveness and scalar implicatures. eds. by Chungmin Lee,  Ferenc Kiefer, and Manfred Krifka. Springer.

    • Mar 2013 to  June 2013 Reviewer

      Abstract                         Japanese Korean Linguistics (JK) 23. 

    • Jan 2013 to  Mar 2013 Reviewer

      Abstract             Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 23. 

    • Aug 2012 to  Oct 2012 Reviewer

      Journal article                Language Science.

    • Mar 2012 to  June 2012 Reviewer

      Journal article                Natural Language & Linguistic Theory.

    • Jan 2012 to  June 2012 Reviewer

      Book chapter                     Cross-culturally speaking, speaking cross-culturally. eds. by Christin Béal, Kerry Mullan and Bert Peeters. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

    • Jan 2012 to  Mar 2012 Reviewer

      Abstract                                  Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 22. 

    • Oct 2012 to  Nov 2012 Reviewer

      Abstract             The 47th Annual Meeting of Chicago Linguistic Society.       

    • June 2011 to  Aug 2011 Reviewer

      Journal article    Natural Language & Linguistic Theory.  

    • June 2009 to  Aug 2009 Conference coordinator

      The 9th International Conference on Greek Linguistics. October 29-31, University of Chicago, IL. USA.

    • Jan 2008 to  Mar 2008 Reviewer

      Book chapter      Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on the Structure  of Hungarian (ICSH8), eds. by Marcel den Dikken and Robert Vago, (2009). John Benjamins. 

    • Aug 2006 to  Aug 2007 Conference Organizer/CLS officer,

      The 43rd Annual Meeting of Chicago Linguistic Society, Department of Linguistics, University of Chicago.

    • Aug 2014 to  Nov 2014 Reviewer

        Abstract      The 10th Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics (WAFL).

    • Jan 2014 to  Mar 2014 Reviewer

      Abstract         Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 24.

    • Oct 2014 to  Dec 2014 Reviewer

      Journal article     Natural Language & Linguistic Theory.

    • Sept 2014 to  Dec 2014 Reviewer

      Journal Article      Language (Journal of the Linguistic Society of America).

    • Nov 2014 to  Dec 2014 Reviewer

      Book          Lexical and Syntactic Constructions in Korean, by J.-B. Kim,           Cambridge University Press.

    • Nov 2014 to  Dec 2014 Reviewer

      Book        Syntactic and Semantic Constructions in Korean, by J.-B. Kim,           Cambridge University Press.

    • July 2015 to  Sept 2015 Reviewer

      Abstract       Linguistic Society of America (LSA) Annual Meeting.

    • Jan 2015 to  Mar 2015 Reviewer

      Abstract         Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 25.

    • Aug 2015 to  Oct 2015 Reviewer

      Journal article        Philosophical Psychology

    • Sept 2015 to  Nov 2015 Reviewer

      Journal article       Natural Language & Linguistic Theory.

    • Jan 2013 to  June 2013 Scholarship committee

       CoLang 2014: Institute on Collaborative Language Research

    • Oct 2015 to  Nov 2015 Reviewer

      Journal article            Language Sciences.

    • Dec 2015 to  Jan 2016 Reviewer

      Journal article                      Natural Language & Linguistic Theory.

    • Jan 2016 to  Present Reviewer

      Abstract                   Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 25.

    • Oct 2016 to  Present Reviewer

      Journal article                           Lingua
       

    • Oct 2016 to  Present Reviewer

      Journal article                  Journal of Semantics

    • Oct 2016 to  Present Reviewer

      Journal article              Linguistic Inquiry

    • Oct 2016 to  Present Reviewer

      Journal article                Journal of Pragmatics

    • Oct 2016 to  Present Reviewer

      Journal article                Korean Linguistics
       

    • Oct 2016 to  Present Reviewer

      Abstract          GLOW in Asia XI

    • Oct 2016 to  Present Reviewer

      Abstract              Linguistic Society of America (LSA) Annual Meeting.

  • Volunteered
    • Oct 2007 to  Nov 2007 Reviewer

      Abstract             The 43rd Annual Meeting of Chicago Linguistic Society. 

    • Oct 2006 to  Oct 2006 Reviewer

      Abstract             The 42nd Annual Meeting of Chicago Linguistic Society.

Service to the University

  • Appointed
    • Sept 2014 to  Present Judge

      UTASCILT (UT Arlington Student Conference in Linguistics and TESOL)

    • Jan 2014 to  Present Awards committee

      GTAs for the Burquest award

    • Jan 2014 to  Present Scholarship committee

       Alumni Grant, Department of Linguistics & TESOL, UTA

    • Jan 2014 to  Present Scholarship committee

       Edmondson fellowship, Department of Linguistics & TESOL, UTA

    • Sept 2014 to  Present Lingua advisor

      Lingua: Student organization at Department of Linguistics & TESOL

    • Sept 2014 to  Present Colloquium coordinator

      Colloquium series, Department of Linguistics & TESOL

    • Sept 2014 to  Present QP evaluation committee

      Qualifying Papers evaluation committee   

    • Jan 2015 to  Present Scholarship committee

      ACES abstract review committee, College of Liberal Arts

    • Jan 2015 to  Present Scholarship committee

      COLA undergraduate scholarship committee, College of Liberal Arts

    • Sept 2013 to  Present Library liaison

      Department of Linguistics & TESOL

    • Jan 2016 to  Present Recruiting

      Host open house for recruiting students to Department of Linguistics & TESOL at UTA, Houston, TX.

    • Jan 2016 to  Present Search committee

      Sociophonology/Sociophonetics, tenure-track Assistant Professor search, Department of Linguistics & TESOL

  • Elected
    • Sept 2015 to  Present Budget Liaison committee

      UTA

    • Sept 2015 to  Present Faculty Senator

      UTA