Adam Roth Singerman

Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in the Humanities
at the University of Chicago

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While a graduate student at the University of Chicago I taught LING 21000: Morphology (click here to see the syllabus). I also served as a teaching assistant for Introduction to Latin American Civilizations (fall 2014), Contact Linguistics (winter 2015), Aspects of Brazilian Portuguese Grammar (spring 2015), and Introduction to Semantics and Pragmatics (spring 2016). In my current role as a Teaching Fellow in the Humanities, I am one of the instructors for HUMA 17000: Language and the Human and am also teaching LING 28310/38310: Structure of Hungarian.

Prior to coming to Chicago, I was a Teaching Assistant in Portuguese at Harvard College (fall 2011) and also taught English at the School of Letters, University of Lisbon on a grant from the Fulbright Commission of Portugal.