OF THE PRESIDENTIAL FELLOWS GRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIP
AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
SECOND EDITION OF CHAOS IN THE SUBWAY ON SALE NOW!
WHO AM I?
In 1920s-era New York City, a young girl from a rags-to-riches family must face a life-altering tragedy that forces her to question everything she ever knew.
At 17 years old, it seemed that Jennie Callahan had had everything handed to her: money, a great NYC apartment, and every opportunity. A sudden accident, however, lands her in the hospital clinging to life. In a coma yet still mentally active, Jennie finds her mind wandering to her rural childhood, the pains of her past - and the boy she left behind - for the first time in years.
When her recovery goes wrong, things only get more complicated. Soon she finds herself struggling to grow up, dealing with a family falling apart, and torn between her new fiance and her old love. Jennie must draw on her own strength to overcome the chaos in her life and find love in all the right places.
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I am a Ph.D. student in linguistics at the University of Georgia, double-concentrating in sociohistorical and Romance linguistics. I hold a B.A. with highest distinction in linguistics and French from the University of Virginia and an M.A. in English with a concentration in linguistics, as well as a TESL certificate, from George Mason University, and also study several foreign and ancient languages. I write poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, have had seven books published, and am also available for translation of French, Italian, and Romanian texts into English.
My research interests center on the nature of language change over time, as well as the way thought about language change changes over time, integrating historical linguistics, sociolinguistics, linguistic anthropology, and history of linguistics and linguistic historiography, and also encompass language evolution, language contact, and language and gender.
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