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Nov 17 2017
The PNAS article "Language from police body camera footage shows racial disparities in officer respect" -- authored by researchers from the Department of Linguistics (Rob Voigt and Dan Jurafsky), the Department of Psychology (Nicolas Camp, Rebecca Hetey,
Nov 10 2017
Emily Lake is presenting "Ideological legibility as a primary pragmatic process in the interpretation of implicit content" at the Logic and Engineering of Natural Language Semantics Conference (LENLS14) this Saturday, November 11 in Tokyo, Japan.
Nov 10 2017
Congratulations to Teresa Pratt, who returned to campus from the NWAV 46 conference with a prize for Best Student Paper! Her talk is entitled "LOT-raising and touchness in a California high school."
Nov 10 2017
Congratulations to alumna Tatiana Nikitina (Ph.D. '09), who has been awarded an European Research Council (ERC) Start Grant -- worth ~€1.5 million! -- for her project, titled "Discourse Reporting in African Storytelling."
Nov 3 2017
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