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Jill Hallett, PhD

Visiting Lecturer

Linguistics

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Contact

Building & Room:

1727 UH

Address:

601 S. Morgan St.

Email:

jillh@uic.edu

Drop-In Hours Hours and Classes - Spring 2022
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday 08:00am – 09:15am LING 160
09:30am – 10:45am LING 160
11:00am – 12:00pm Drop-In Hours (on Zoom til Jan. 23; then UH 1727)
12:45pm – 01:45pm Drop-In Hours (on Zoom til Jan. 23; then UH 1727)
02:00pm – 03:15pm LING 150
Wednesday
Thursday 08:00am – 09:15am LING 160
09:30am – 10:45am LING 160
11:00am – 12:00pm Drop-In Hours (on Zoom til Jan. 23; then UH 1727)
12:45pm – 01:45pm Drop-In Hours (on Zoom til Jan. 23; then UH 1727)
02:00pm – 03:15pm LING 150
Friday
Saturday

Selected Publications

Hallett, Jill. [in press]. Teachers’ development of a socially-stigmatized dialect. Language and Educationhttps://doi.org/10.1080/09500782.2020.1797769

Hallett, Jill and Marta Degani. [in press]. Was it merely contentious or were there casualties? Metaphorical framing in local and international news reporting. Colloquium: New Philologies

Hallett, Jill. 2015. Contexts for student AAE use in the classroom. Critical Inquiry in Language Studies 12(1), 1-26.

Hallett, Jill and Richard Hallett. 2013. Political Identity Gone Viral: Indian and International H1N1 Cartoons. In Hasnain, Imtiaz, Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta, and Shailendra Mohan (eds.), Alternative Voices:(Re)searching Language, Culture, and Identity. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars. 120-151.

Hallett, Jill. 2013. Constructing “Remorse”: The preparation of social discourses for public consumption. Text and Talk 33(2): 189-212.

Hallett, Jill. 2012. It’s a Special Kind of Frog: Co-creating Teaching Materials for the Q’anjob’al in Diaspora. Proceedings of the Second Symposium on Teaching and Learning Indigenous Languages of Latin America/ Actas del Segundo Simposio sobre Enseñanza y Aprendizaje de Lenguas Indígenas de América Latina. Available online at http://kellogg.nd.edu/STLILLA/proceedings/Hallett_Jill.pdf.

Hallett, Jill and Richard Hallett. 2012. Metaphors and topoi of H1N1 (swine flu) political cartoons: A cross-cultural analysis. In Bramlett, Frank (ed.), Linguistics and the Study of Comics. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

Hallett, Jill. 2011. More attention, this issue needs: Indo-Aryan constituent order transfer in English. Southern Journal of Linguistics 35(1), 1-46.

Cramer, Jennifer and Hallett, Jill. 2010. From Chi-Town to the Dirty-Dirty: Regional Identity Markers in U.S. Hip Hop. In Terkourafi, Marina (ed.), The Languages of Global Hip Hop. London: Continuum.

Hallett, Jill. 2010. Codeswitching in Diasporic Indian and Jewish English-Language Media. In Facchinetti, Roberta, David Crystal and Barbara Seidlhofer (eds.), Global English. Theoretical Aspects and Cross-Linguistic/Cultural Case Studies. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.

Education

Ph.D., Linguistics: Sociolinguistics. University of Illinois, Urbana, IL (2012), with Certificate of Advanced Study in Second Language Acquisition and Teacher Education (SLATE) - Dissertation: “African American English in Urban Education: A Multimethodological Approach to Understanding Classroom Discourse Strategies.” Advisor: Dr. Dennis Baron

M.A., Linguistics: Sociolinguistics. University of Illinois, Urbana, IL (2009)

M.A., Linguistics: Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL). Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, IL (2006)

M.A., Teaching: Secondary English. National-Louis University, Wheeling, IL (2002)

B.A., English: Writing. University of Illinois, Chicago, IL (2000)

Licensures and Certifications

Illinois State Board of Education Type 09 6-12 Secondary Education English Standard Certificate

  • Endorsements in senior high school English, English as a second language, and journalism; middle school English as a second language and language arts
  • Highly qualified: English (grades 9-12), English as a Second Language, Journalism (grades 9-12), Language Arts (grades 1-8), Reading, Speech (grades 9-12), and Title I Remedial Reading
  • Tests: 025 English (before 2004), 096 Basic Skills, 501 ACCESS for ELLs – Group Administration, 502 ACCESS for ELLs – Speaking Component