Yulia Bosworth is an Associate Professor of French and Linguistics in the Department of Romance Languages at Binghamton University. She specializes in sociolinguistics of North American French with an emphasis on Quebec French and its speaker communities. Her research is broadly aimed at examining the relationship between language and identity in Quebec, focusing on language ideologies and attitudes toward language in relation to French inside and outside Quebec. Her work has appeared in journals spanning the fields of language and linguistics (Discourse and Society, The French Review, Language and Communication), Quebec Studies (Québec Studies), and Canadian Studies (American Review of Canadian Studies, Journal of Eastern Townships Studies). Her current scholarship focuses on the public’s and the elites’ attitudes toward the French language in journalistic and political discourse in Quebec and Canada.