Carlos de Cuba joined the Department of Communications & Performing Arts as an Assistant Professor in the fall of 2017. Prior to joining Kingsborough Community College, he taught at Queens College, The University of Calgary, Pomona College and Stony Brook University. His teaching experience includes courses in Speech Communication, Linguistics and ESL, including international teaching in Canada, England, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Sweden and the US. At Kingsborough he teaches in the Speech Communication program, including Speech courses in the Accelerated College English (ACE) learning communities program. He received his PhD. in Linguistics (2007) and MA in TESOL (1999) from Stony Brook University. His primary research focus is in syntax and the syntax-semantics interface, more specifically the syntax and semantics of subordinate clauses.
SPE 11: Listening and Speaking Skills
SPE 21: Effective Public Speaking
Linguistics, Syntactic Theory, The Syntax-Semantics Interface, Sentential Complementation, Main Clause Phenomena, Factivity, Referentiality, Wh-movement, Islands, Germanic Linguistics, Swedish, Sociolinguistics, Language Acquisition, Speech Communication, ESL/TESOL, Learning Communities, Online Teaching
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