Congratulations to Elisabeth Norcliffe (Ph.D. '09), who was awarded a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship over this past summer. The fellowship will grant funding for Elisabeth's work at the Department of Psychology at the University of York starting the end of this month.
Sesquipedikudos to Judith Degen for joining the editorial team of Semantics and Pragmatics (S&P) as an associate editor!
S&P is a fully open-access peer-reviewed journal publishing high quality, original, self-contained research articles on the semantics and pragmatics of natural languages...
Strong Stanford representation (as always) at this year's New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV48) conference, which will take place this weekend in Eugene, Oregon, from October 10-12. Our current linguists and alumni include: