Julia Peck is the Cambridge-based DIALLS Research Assistant from April 2020 through the end of the project. She joined DIALLS after completing an MPhil in Linguistics at the University of Oxford as an Ertegun Scholar, where she researched the ways speakers of a minority language (Istanbul Judeo-Spanish) code-switch with a majority language. Before that, she’d studied social anthropology, archaeology, and linguistics at Columbia University – where she found excuses to create online museums and digital children’s books with communities from Northern New Mexico to eastern Turkey. In between, she lived and taught languages in Morocco and France to children, teens, and asylum-seeking adults. She is outdoors as much as possible and has begun the Forest School certification process. She will primarily be working on the classroom data (WP3 and WP5) for DIALLS, as well as the website.