Christopher Potts +> Teaching

2021–2022 (Stanford)

  1. Linguist 278: Programming for linguists (undergraduate and graduate, Fall)
  2. Linguist 130a/230a: Introduction to semantics and pragmatics (undergraduate and graduate, Winter)
  3. CS 224u / Linguist 188/288: Natural language understanding (undergraduate and graduate, Spring; with Bill MacCartney)
  4. XCS 224u, Natural language understanding (online course, Stanford Center for Professional Development, Fall)

2020–2021 (Stanford)

  1. Linguist 278: Programming for linguists (undergraduate and graduate, Fall)
  2. Linguist 130a/230a: Introduction to semantics and pragmatics (undergraduate and graduate, Winter)
  3. CS 224u / Linguist 188/288: Natural language understanding (undergraduate and graduate, Spring; with Bill MacCartney)
  4. XCS 224u, Natural language understanding (online course, Stanford Center for Professional Development, Fall)
  5. XCS 224u, Natural language understanding (online course, Stanford Center for Professional Development, Winter)

2019–2020 (Stanford)

  1. Linguist 278: Programming for linguists (undergraduate and graduate, Fall)
  2. Linguist 130a/230a: Introduction to semantics and pragmatics (undergraduate and graduate, Winter)
  3. CS 224u / Linguist 188/288: Natural language understanding (undergraduate and graduate, Spring; with Bill MacCartney)
  4. XCS 224u, Natural language understanding (online course, Stanford Center for Professional Development, Fall)

2018–2019 (Stanford)

  1. Linguist 278: Programming for linguists (undergraduate and graduate, Fall)
  2. Linguist 130a/230a: Introduction to semantics and pragmatics (undergraduate and graduate, Winter)
  3. CS 224u / Linguist 188/288: Natural language understanding (undergraduate and graduate, Spring; with Bill MacCartney)

2017–2018 (Stanford)

  1. Linguist 130a/230a: Introduction to semantics and pragmatics (undergraduate and graduate, Winter)
  2. Linguist 230b: Advanced semantics and pragmatics (graduate, Spring)
  3. CS 224u / Linguist 188/288: Natural language understanding (undergraduate and graduate, Spring; with Bill MacCartney)

2015–2016 (Stanford)

  1. Linguist 130a/230a: Introduction to semantics and pragmatics> (undergraduate and graduate, Winter)
  2. Linguist 230b: Advanced semantics and pragmatics (graduate, Spring)
  3. CS 224u / Linguist 188/288: Natural language understanding (undergraduate and graduate, Spring; with Bill MacCartney)

2014–2015 (Stanford)

  1. Linguist 130a/230a: Introduction to semantics and pragmatics (undergraduate and graduate, Winter)
  2. CS 224u / Linguist 188/288: Natural language understanding (undergraduate and graduate, Spring; with Bill MacCartney)
  3. Linguist 236: Reasoning with quantifiers (graduate, Spring; with Dan Lassiter)

2013–2014 (Stanford)

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

2012–2013 (Stanford)

  1. Linguist 130a/230a: Introduction to semantics and pragmatics (undergraduate and graduate, Winter)
  2. CS 224u / Linguist 188/288: Natural language understanding (undergraduate and graduate, Winter; with Bill MacCartney)
  3. Linguist 236 / Psychology 236c: Representations of meaning (graduate, Spring; with Noah D. Goodman)
  4. Linguist 395: Research workshop (graduate, Spring 2013)
  5. Linguist 230d: Semantics and Pragmatics Group (graduate, Fall–Spring; 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, Spring)
  2. Linguist 236 / Psychology 236c: Context dependence in language and communication (graduate, Spring; with Michael C. Frank)
  3. Linguist 130a/230a: Introduction to semantics and pragmatics (undergraduate and graduate, Winter)
  4. CS 224u / Linguist 188/288: Natural language understanding (undergraduate and graduate, Winter; 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, Winter)
  2. Linguist 230a: Introduction to semantics and pragmatics (graduate, Fall)
  3. Linguist 287 / CS 424p: Extracting social meaning and sentiment (graduate, Fall)
  4. Linguist 239: Semantics Research Seminar (graduate, Fall–Winter; with Beth Levin)

2009–2010 (Stanford)

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

2008–2009 (UMass Amherst)

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

2007–2008 (UMass Amherst)

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

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)
  2. Ling 620: Formal Semantics (graduate, Spring)

2005–2006 (UMass Amherst)

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

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)
  2. Ling 753: Seminar on Modes of Semantic Composition (graduate, Spring)
  3. Ling 201: Introduction to Linguistics (undergraduate, Fall)
  4. Ling 610: Semantics and Generative Grammar (graduate, Fall)
  5. Ling 797A: Third-Year Seminar (graduate, UMass Amherst, Fall)

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)
  2. Ling 620: Formal Semantics (graduate, Spring)
  3. Ling 720: Proseminar in Semantics (graduate, Fall)
  4. Ling 797A: Third-Year Seminar, with Barbara Partee (graduate, Fall)

2002–2003 (UCSC)

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