Domenica L. DelPrete
Discourse analysis, Family Interaction (especially mother-daughter discursive interaction), Interactional Sociolinguistics, Foreign Language Pedagogy, and Italian Renaissance Literature.
Text and Context: The Role of Context in Discourse Analysis, (Co-Editor) The Forum, Working Papers in TESOL & Applied Linguistics, 2010, Vol. 10, No, 1.
Family as Context, (with Rebekah Johnson) The Forum, Working Papers in TESOL & Applied Linguistics, 2010, Vol. 10, No, 1.
Academic Life and Motherhood: A Skillful Balancing Act, The Forum, Working Papers in TESOL & Applied Linguistics, 2009, Vol. 9, No, 1.
Cultural Difference or Male Dominance? (Re)adjusting the Lens on the Maternal Image in Language Socialization Practices," The Forum, Working Papers in TESOL & Applied Linguistics, 2008, Vol. 8, No, 2.
An Interactional Sociolinguistics Perspective, The Forum, Working Papers in TESOL & Applied Linguistics, 2005, Vol. 5, No. 2.
Cross Cultural Humor and Pragmatic Teaching. (with Anita Huang), Idiom, Summer, 2005.
Supplement text to Prego!
"Good mother that you are!": Managing Maternal Blaming in
Mother-Adolescent Daughter Discourse. Paper to be presented at the IV Conference
on Culture, Language, and Social Practice (CLASP),
Negotiating Topic Boundaries and Reaffirming Roles within the Family Context: A Exploration of Mother-Daughter Discourse. Paper presented at 14th International Pragmatics Conference Antwerp, Belgium, July 2015
Negotiating Topic Boundaries and
Reaffirming Roles: An Exploration of Mother Adolescent Daughter Discourse. Paper presented at the
"What are you doing?": Exploring Mother-Adolescent Daughter
(Dis)harmonious Discourse, AAAL Annual Conference,
Family Discourse: Women's Roles and Empowerment, NYSTESOL Annual Winter Conference, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY, April 2007.
Multiple Choice Tests and Communicative Language
Teaching: Designing Effective Tests, AATI Conference,
Intercultural Humor and Pragmatic Teaching, NYSTESOL,
Flouting and Humor in American and Taiwanese Sitcoms:
Universal or Cultural Specific? NYSTESOL,
Mother-Adolescent Daughter Interaction: How Maternal
Roles Affect Discursive Outcomes. Invited Speaker for the Fall 2015 Brown
Bag Lunch Series hosted by the TESOL/Applied Linguistics Program in the
Department of Arts & Humanities at Teachers College,
Metapragmatic awareness and Second Language Learning 33rd Annual Bilingual/ESL Conference, William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ, December 2013.
Saving Face and Telling Fibs: Teaching Cultural
Competence to Adolescent ESL Students," Annual Bilingual/ESL Conference,