Ph.D., Michigan State University
43-B Allen Hall
Greg Johnson is an Instructor in English and Linguistics. Dr. Johnson received his PhD in Linguistics with a specialization in Cognitive Science from Michigan State University. He came to LSU after a Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship at CUNY (The Grad Center & CSI) where he worked on the Audio Aligned and Parsed Corpus of Appalachian English (AAPCAppE). His major area of research is natural language Syntax, Semantics, and syntactic micro-variation between dialects. Dr. Johnson collects language data online and via traditional methods. Selected publication, presentations, and invited talks are in my CV below.
Area(s) of Interest
Linguistics, syntax, semantics, syntactic variation, and Appalachian, Southern, and Louisiana English.