I currently teach at the University of Amsterdam, Department of Dutch Linguistics and am involved in four undergraduate programs in the 2019–2020 academic year: Dutch Language and Culture, Linguistics, Amsterdam University College, and the brand-new interdisciplinary program Cognition, Language and Communication, of which I also became program director (programmaleider) in January 2020. I obtained my BKO/University Teaching Qualification in 2017.

See courses below, click for classes for high school students and their teachers, ask about a short class for elementary school kids, or check Facebook (Dutch or CLC) to see what (else) we’re up to. Have you seen the Linguistics webinar?

Current or prospective students can click to find schedules, course descriptions, the student A–Z or Canvas. Tutor students who wish to make an appointment can do so by e-mail.

Courses (to be) Taught

Subject to change.

19Early vs Late Acquisition. (r)Ma Linguistics; Dutch Language & Culture.
19Knowledge Application. 2nd year CLC, block 6 project. Supporting/TA-role.
18–20Linguistics (Amsterdam University College). Survey course in Cognition track. (2x, 1x upcoming)
13–16; 19–20 Onderzoekswerkgroep Taalkunde. Undergraduate thesis/capstone course, BA Dutch Language & Culture. Theses co-supervised: 36. (5x, upcoming)
18–20Inleiding Algemene Taalwetenschap & Nederlandse Taalkunde (in artikelen). 1st year survey course, BA Dutch Language & Culture. Coordinator and instructor. (2x, upcoming)
13–19Taalontwikkeling. 2nd year, BA Dutch Language & Culture. Coordinator 16–19. Supervised 31 projects. (6x) This course received the Onderwijsprijs 2016!
17–19Introduction to Linguistics. 1st year, BA Linguistics & BSc Cognition, Language and Communication. Both Dutch and English-language groups. (3x)
18First Language Acquisition. 2nd year, BA Linguistics. I held two sections. (1x)
18–19; 19–20Zins- en Taalanalyse. First-year survey course, BA Taal & Communicatie. (2x)
09–13Dutch and Academic Writing (Haagse Hogeschool)


  • 31 undergraduate term papers/group research projects (see Taalontwikkeling)
  • 36 undergraduate theses (see Onderzoekswerkgroep Taalkunde)
  • 3 undergraduate, 2 graduate (MA) interns.
  • 1 rMA thesis (Heleen de Vries, co-supervision with Alla Peeters-Podgaevskaja)


  • Undergraduate: multiple guest and substitute lectures for >5 different courses at the UvA, and one at Leiden University.
  • Graduate level: Guest class on verb cluster acquisition and one on ordinal acquisition in rMA Linguistics. Second Evaluator for three theses, on blijken (2019), on modal particles (2016), and verb cluster acquisition (2015).