Yulia Bosworth is an Assistant Professor of French and Linguistics in the Department of Romance Languages at Binghamton University. Her main area of research is sociolinguistics of North American French, with a focus on the relationship between language ideologies and collective identity in Quebec. Her recent publications have focused on Quebec’s negative collective discourse on the quality of French spoken by high-profile politicians. She is the Faculty Director of Understanding Modern Quebec, a SUNY summer program in partnership with Université Laval in Québec.