Cori Anderson is a Senior Lecturer and the Russian language coordinator at the University of Chicago. She holds a Ph.D. in Slavic Linguistics from Princeton University. Her research in linguistics is related to case marking phenomena in Russian and Lithuanian, and is part of a collaborative project on argument structure and realization in Baltic. She is also interested in foreign language pedagogy, specifically implementing ACTFL’s standards for foreign language learning into the Russian curriculum, as well as the use of classroom technology. She has taught Russian at all levels, introductory Polish, and courses in theoretical linguistics, and Slavic linguistics.