Heidi E. Hamilton, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Linguistics Georgetown University, Washington, DC 
Area:
Discourse Analysis, Institutional Discourse, Medical Discourse, Intertextuality
Website:
http://faculty.georgetown.edu/hamilthe/INDEX.HTM
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Heidi E. Hamilton is Professor and Chair of the Department of Linguistics, Georgetown University where she teaches courses in discourse analysis and applications of interactional sociolinguistics. Her research interests focus on issues of language and Alzheimer's disease, language and aging, medical communication, and language learning.

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Sylvia Sierra grad student Georgetown
Mei-hui Tsai grad student 2000 Georgetown
Toshiko Hamaguchi grad student 2001 Georgetown
Lee A. McNerney grad student 2001 Georgetown
Pornpimon Supakorn grad student 2002 Georgetown
Wing F. Or grad student 2003 Georgetown
Wen-ying S. Chou grad student 2004 Georgetown
Aida Premilovac grad student 2005 Georgetown
Ki-Tae Kim grad student 2006 Georgetown
Virginia Y. Wake grad student 2006 Georgetown
Diana S. Marinova grad student 2008 Georgetown
Karen S. Murph grad student 2008 Georgetown
Laura J. Wright grad student 2008 Georgetown
Jennifer L. McFadden grad student 2011 Georgetown
Elisa L. Everts grad student 2012 Georgetown
Aubrey E. Logan-Terry grad student 2012 Georgetown
Marissa J. Fond grad student 2013 Georgetown
Emily P. Shaw grad student 2013 Georgetown
Leslie E. Cochrane grad student 2014 Georgetown
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Hamilton HE, Baffy M. (2013) Preparing for a theatrical performance: Writing scripts and shaping identities in an early memory loss support group Dialogue and Dementia: Cognitive and Communicative Resources For Engagement. 213-244
Hamilton HE, Gordon C, Nelson M, et al. (2008) How physicians describe outcomes to HCV therapy: Prevalence and meaning of "cure" during provider-patient in-office discussions of HCV Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology. 42: 419-424
Hamilton HE. (2008) Narrative as snapshot: Glimpses into the past in Alzheimer's discourse Narrative Inquiry. 18: 53-82
Hamilton HE. (2008) Language and dementia: Sociolinguistic aspects Annual Review of Applied Linguistics. 28: 91-110
Hamilton HE. (2008) Discourse and Aging The Handbook of Discourse Analysis. 568-589
Schiffrin D, Tannen D, Hamilton HE. (2008) The Handbook of Discourse Analysis The Handbook of Discourse Analysis. 1-851
Nelson M, Hamilton HE. (2007) Improving In-Office Discussion of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Results and Recommendations from an In-Office Linguistic Study in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease American Journal of Medicine. 120: S28-S32
Davidson B, Blum D, Cella D, et al. (2007) Communicating about chemotherapy-induced anemia. The Journal of Supportive Oncology. 5: 36-40, 46
Angelelli C, Auer P, Backus AM, et al. (2007) Language in Society: Editor's note Language in Society. 36: 815
Hamilton HE, Gordon C, Nelson M, et al. (2006) Physicians, nonphysician healthcare providers, and patients communicating in hepatitis C: An in-office sociolinguistic study Gastroenterology Nursing. 29: 364-370
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