Adjunct Assistant Professor
Ph.D. Applied Linguistics, University of California Los Angeles 2012M.A. Linguistics, California State University Long Beach 2008B.A. Germanic Philology and TEFL, Kaliningrad State University, Russia 2000
- LING 232: Introduction to Language and Society
- LING 390: Introduction to Linguistics
- Language and Identity
- Language Socialization
- Classroom Discourse
- Language and Social Interaction
- Heritage Language Education
- Moore, E. (2014). “You are children, but you can always say…” Use of
hypothetical direct reported speech in a Russian Orthodox Christian heritage language
school. Manuscript submitted for publication.
- Moore, E. (in press). Managing classroom transgression during literacy activities:
Use of directives in a Russian heritage language school. Linguistics and Education.
- Moore, E. (in press). Gender socialization through literary texts and their
interpretations: A study of two folk tales used in a Russian preschool. In S. Mills &
A. S. Mustapha (Eds.), Gender representation in learning materials in an international
context. New York: Routledge.
- Moore, E. (2013). “Children are all looking at you”: Child socialization, directive
trajectories and affective stances in a Russian preschool. Pragmatics and Society, 4(3),