Scott holds a B.A. in Linguistics and French (University of Georgia, 2017), and is currently working towards an M.A. in French Linguistics. His main interest generally lies in variationist approaches to studying language, with recent projects having focused on intensifiers and discourse markers in hexagonal French. He is currently interested in dialect attrition among speakers in the French diaspora, as well as in stance work performed in French discourse. Outside of the academic world, his interests include camping, playing guitar, cooking, and (when he can muster up the energy) jogging.
M.A. Student, French Linguistics