Christopher Potts +> Teaching

2013–2014 (Stanford)

  1. CS 224u / Linguist 188/288: Natural language understanding (undergraduate and graduate, Stanford, Spring 2014; with Bill MacCartney)
  2. Linguist 278: Programming for linguists (graduate, Fall 2013)
  3. Linguist 130a/230a: Introduction to semantics and pragmatics (undergraduate and graduate, Stanford, Winter 2014)
  4. Linguist 230d: Semantics and Pragmatics Group (graduate, Stanford, Fall 2013 – Spring 2014; with Dan Lassiter and Beth Levin)

2012–2013 (Stanford)

  1. Linguist 130a/230a: Introduction to semantics and pragmatics (undergraduate and graduate, Stanford, Winter 2013)
  2. CS 224u / Linguist 188/288: Natural language understanding (undergraduate and graduate, Stanford, Winter 2013; with Bill MacCartney)
  3. Linguist 236 / Psychology 236c: Representations of meaning (graduate, Stanford, Spring 2013; with Noah D. Goodman)
  4. Linguist 395: Research workshop (graduate, Stanford, Spring 2013)
  5. Linguist 230d: Semantics and Pragmatics Group (graduate, Stanford, Fall 2012 – Spring 2013; with Beth Levin)

Summer 2012 (NASSLLI 2012, UT Austin)

  1. Extracting social meaning and sentiment

2011–2012 (Stanford)

  1. Linguist 230b: Advanced semantics and pragmatics (graduate, Stanford, Spring 2012)
  2. Linguist 236 / Psychology 236c: Context dependence in language and communication (graduate, Stanford, Spring 2012; with Michael C. Frank)
  3. Linguist 130a/230a: Introduction to semantics and pragmatics (undergraduate and graduate, Stanford, Winter 2012)
  4. CS 224u / Linguist 188/288: Natural language understanding (undergraduate and graduate, Stanford, Winter 2012; with Bill MacCartney)

Summer 2011 (LSA Institute, University of Colorado)

  1. LING7800-007: Computational Pragmatics

2010–2011 (Stanford)

  1. Linguist 130a: Introduction to linguistic meaning (undergraduate, Stanford, Winter 2011)
  2. Linguist 230a: Introduction to semantics and pragmatics (graduate, Stanford, Fall 2010)
  3. Linguist 287 / CS 424p: Extracting social meaning and sentiment (graduate, Stanford, Fall 2009)
  4. Linguist 239: Semantics Research Seminar (graduate, Stanford, Fall 2010 – Winter 2011; with Beth Levin)

2009–2010 (Stanford)

  1. Linguist 130a: Introduction to linguistic meaning (undergraduate, Stanford, Spring 2010)
  2. Linguist 230a: Introduction to semantics and pragmatics (graduate, Stanford, Winter 2010)
  3. Linguist 236: Lexical and constructional pragmatics (graduate, Stanford, Fall 2009)
  4. Linguist 239: Semantics Research Seminar (graduate, Stanford, Fall 2009 – Spring 2010; with Beth Levin)
  5. Linguist 278: Programming for linguists (graduate, Stanford, Fall 2009)

2008–2009 (UMass Amherst)

  1. Ling 380/390a: Controlling the Discourse, with Lyn Frazier (undergraduate, Spring 2009)
  2. Ling 409: Formal Methods in Linguistics, with Rajesh Bhatt (undergraduate, Spring 2009)
  3. Ling 610: Semantics and Generative Grammar (graduate, Fall 2008)
  4. Ling 797A: Third-Year Seminar (graduate, Fall 2008)

2007–2008 (UMass Amherst)

  1. Ling 753: Conversational Inference (graduate, Spring 2008)
  2. Ling 390a: Controlling the Discourse (undergraduate, Fall 2007)

Summer 2007 (LSA Institute, Stanford University)

  1. LSA.314: Dimensions of Meaning
  2. LSA.374: Conversational Inference (with David Beaver and Robert van Rooij)
  3. LSA.108P: Logic for Linguists

2006–2007 (UMass Amherst)

  1. Ling 201: Introduction to Linguistics (undergraduate, Spring 2007)
  2. Ling 620: Formal Semantics (graduate, Spring 2007)

2005–2006 (UMass Amherst)

  1. Ling 390a: Controlling the Discourse, with Lyn Frazier (undergraduate, Spring 2006)
  2. Ling 510: Introduction to Semantics (undergraduate, Spring 2006)
  3. Ling 496: Introduction to Pragmatics (undergraduate, Spring 2006)
  4. Ling 610: Semantics and Generative Grammar (graduate, Fall 2005)

Summer 2005 (NYI 2005)

  1. Introduction to Semantics (two weeks)
  2. Introduction to Pragmatics (two weeks)

2004–2005 (UMass Amherst)

  1. Ling 394a: Controlling the Discourse, with Lyn Frazier (undergraduate, Spring 2005)
  2. Ling 753: Seminar on Modes of Semantic Composition (graduate, Spring 2005)
  3. Ling 201: Introduction to Linguistics (undergraduate, Fall 2004)
  4. Ling 610: Semantics and Generative Grammar (graduate, Fall 2004)
  5. Ling 797A: Third-Year Seminar (graduate, UMass Amherst, Fall 2004)

Summer 2004 (NYI 2004)

  1. Introduction to Pragmatics (two weeks)
  2. Controlling the Discourse (two weeks)

2003–2004 (UMass Amherst)

  1. Ling 401: Introduction to Syntax (undergraduate, Spring 2004)
  2. Ling 620: Formal Semantics (graduate, Spring 2004)
  3. Ling 720: Proseminar in Semantics (graduate, Fall 2003)
  4. Ling 797A: Third-Year Seminar, with Barbara Partee (graduate, Fall 2003)

2002–2003 (UCSC)

  1. Writing I (Writing Program, Spring 2003)
  2. Semantics II, Department of Linguistics, Spring 2002. [A sample Semantics II squib is available in PDF]