I currently serve as the Executive Editor for Diachronica: International Journal for Historical Linguistics.
I also moderate the Histling-l historical linguistics mailing list. If you’d like to join the list, go to this page and fill out the form.
For 2017-2020, I was the Chair of Yale’s Women Faculty Forum, a group that works on research, policy, and community events on campus. This involves doing research on gender in higher education (e.g. analyses of the Title IX cases brought to the university).
Recent outreach activities:
2020 Linguistics in the Pub (based on Melbourne) virtual panel on fieldwork (with Emiliana Cruz, Ruth Singer, Stephen Morey, Anthony Woodbury, and Bryn Hauk). [link]
2018 The origin of Pama-Nyungan, Australia’s largest family of languages. The Conversation. [link]
2017 Tilde Science Café talk: Language as a clue to the past. [link]
2016 Podcast interview with LeanPub on language documentation and revitalization. [link]
2015 “Where did English come from?” Ted-Ed talk/animation. [link]