Mark Wicklund

Linguistics - Literary Studies - Composition

Ph.D., University of Minnesota
Biography: 

Presentations:

  • Wicklund, M. March 2012. Fifth International Symposium on Intercultural, Cognitive, and Social Pragmatics, Pablo de Olavide University, Seville, Spain. “Autistic children in conversational settings: References and Metarepresentation.”
  • Gundel, J. and Wicklund, M. May 2011. Mayfest 2011, University of Maryland. “The use of referring expressions by children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.” (Gundel, presenter)
  • Wicklund, M. and Gundel, J. October 2010. Center for Cognitive Sciences Fall Institute, University of Minnesota. “The use of referring expressions by children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.” (Wicklund, presenter)
  • Wicklund, M. April 2010. Institute for Health Informatics Seminar, University of Minnesota. “Referring expressions in persons with high functioning autism.”
  • Sheldon, A. and Wicklund, M. June 2008. Indiana University Sociolinguistics Fest. “‘Biological sex and gender could be different’: A role for narrative in the production of social and linguistic differentiation.” (Wicklund, presenter)
  • Wicklund, M. January 2008. Lavender Languages XV, American University, Washington, DC. “Lesbian identity and successful implicature in conversation.”
Research: 

Relative Clauses; Binomials; Stylistics; Pragmatics; Reference

Courses Taught: 
English 104: Accelerated Composition and Rhetoric
English 105: Introduction to Literature
English 105: Introduction to Literature (Online)
English 225: Introduction to Language Analysis
English 326: Language Studies for Teachers
English 328: Structure of American English
Publications: 
Pakhomov, S., Chacon, D., Wicklund, M., and Gundel, J. 2011. Computerized assessment of syntactic complexity in Alzheimer’s disease: a case study of Iris Murdoch’s writing. Behavior Research Methods, 43:136 – 144.
Sheldon, A. and Wicklund, M. 2008. ‘Biological sex and gender could be different’: A role for narrative in the production of social and linguistic differentiation. In Indiana
University Linguistics Club Working Papers 7: Gender in Language: Classic Questions, New Contexts. Bloomington, IN: IULC Publications.
Mark Wicklund
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