Our graduate program generates and analyzes ground-breaking research at the intersection of such disciplines as cultural anthropology, philosophy, socio-cultural and literary history, stylistics, urbanism, visual studies, and women’s and gender studies.
Born in Hawaii, Eric grew up and attended college in Philadelphia before studying French Linguistics at IU’s Bloomington campus. His main interests include Phonetics, Phonology, and Morphology with a focus on French, Picard, and other romance varieties. In the classroom, he continues to develop task-based approaches to foreign language pedagogy. He has taught in a number of post-secondary institutions including Indiana University, l’Université de Strasbourg, l’Ecole Nationale d’Administration, and Duke University. In his spare time, he enjoys cooking, biking, camping, and kayaking.