My particular teaching interest is in how linguistics can contribute to a cross-disciplinary approach to the human past, alongside genetics, history, and above all archaeology. (See also my research theme on this.)
Examples of current teaching include:
In previous posts I have been a lecturer and examiner in Morphology, and supervisor for papers in Linguistic Theory and Historical Linguistics for the Dept. of Linguistics, University of Cambridge. I also taught the Indigenous Languages of the Americas component of the former course on Language in the Americas at the Dept. of English Language and Linguistics, University of Sheffield.