Kelly Farmer Ford
Academic Professional
Undergraduate French Language Coordinator

Contact Information

Email:
Office:
248 Gilbert Hall
Office Hours:
Wednesdays: 2:30pm - 4:30pm & by appointment
Programs:
French

Kelly Farmer Ford (Ph.D. in French Linguistics, Indiana University, 2015; M.A. in French Linguistics, Indiana University, 2010; M.A. in French, University of Louisville, 2006; B.A. in French, University of South Carolina, 2000) is the supervisor of the undergraduate French language program and is responsible for the training and preparation of all French Teaching Assistants and Instructors. Her research interests include sociolinguistics, French applied linguistics, second language acquisition and foreign language pedagogy, language variation and change, and media-based studies of language change.

 

Fall 2018 teaching schedule: ROML 7700, MWF: 11:15-12:05; FREN 1002, MWF 1:25-3:20

Research Interests:

Sociolinguistics, French applied linguistics, second language acquisition and foreign language pedagogy, language variation and change, and media-based studies of language change.