Skip to content Skip to navigation

Previous News Listings

Jun 8 2018
Scott Borgeson and Eva Portelance presented their research at the Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies (AABS) conference at Stanford this past Saturday (June 2, 2018), at the "Baltic Grammar: New Perspectives" panel.
Jun 8 2018
Scott Borgeson, Arto Anttila, Ryan Heuser (from the Department of English), and Paul Kiparsky will present their research on "Prose Rhythm and Antimetricality" this weekend, at "Bridging Gaps, Creating Links: The Qualitative-Quantitative Interface in the Study of Literature", hosted by
Jun 8 2018
Katherine Hilton's research continues to be prominently featured, and most recently was given a shoutout in the Linguistic Society of America (LSA)'s newsletter earlier this week. The LSA links to The Guardian's article on Katherine's work on interruptions in conversation.
Jun 8 2018
The academic year is winding down, and this will be the last edition of the Sesquipedalian this academic year. The editors wish everyone an enjoyable and productive summer! Needless to say, Stanford linguists continue to present their work across the globe this summer. Below is a brief list of...
Jun 8 2018
Linguistics BA students Anna-Marie Sprenger and Julia Mendelsohn will both be completing internships in Germany this summer. Anna-Marie will be working on a project about case marking across languages, under Martin Haspelmath's supervision at the Max Planck Institute in Leipzig. Julia will work...

Pages