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Projects by Current Students & Faculty

Projects by current students and faculty are listed below by year initiated.  To see your project included, please write Kate Lindsey.

Researcher(s) Language Region Focus Funding Year(s)
Rebekah Baglini, Ciyang Qing, Daisy Leigh, Reuben Cohn-Gordon, Alex Wade, Gwynn Lyons, Kate Lindsey Amharic Stanford, CA Field Methods class Department of Linguistics 2016
Kate Lindsey Ende Papua New Guinea Morphophonology, word order Department of Linguistics Fieldwork Grant, Firebird Fellowship, Braden Storytelling Grant 2015-present
Bonnie Krejci, Kate Lindsey, Sunwoo Jeong, James Bradbury, Grace Muzny, Jon Gauthier, Junling Zhu, Will Monroe, Yesid Castro Czech Stanford, CA Field Methods workshop Department of Linguistics 2015
Lelia Glass Mandarin Stanford, CA yiwei, a negatively biased belief verb   2014-2016
Vera Gribanova Kirghiz SF Bay Area Nominalizations, relative clauses, case, agreement, embedding Hellman Junior Faculty Scholar Fund, Stanford 2014-present
Sharese King, Jeremy Calder African American English Bakersfield, CA Phonetic variation and identity Department of Linguistics Fieldwork Grant 2014
Kate Lindsey Chuvash Estonia Phonetics, morphophonology Department of Linguistics Fieldwork Grant 2014-2015
Daniel Galbraith Faroese Faroe Islands Meter of folk ballads Department of Linguistics Fieldwork Grant and Grant from Faroe Island University 2014
Julia Fine Kodiak Alutiiq Kodiak, Alaska Complex predicates, anaphora, binding Stanford undergraduate research funding 2014
Jeremy Calder English San Francisco Semiotic construction of gender performances among SoMa drag queens DDRO 2013-present
Bonnie Krejci Marathi SF Bay Area Case, anaphora, experiencer subjects, wh- questions Department of Linguistics graduate research funding 2013-present
Masoud Jasbi Persian Tehran, Iran and the SF Bay Area Semantics of definites and indefinites Department of Linguistics 2013-present
Teresa Pratt English Ohio Dialectology and language idealogy Department of Linguistics Fieldwork Grant 2013-2014
James Collins Ilokano SF Bay Area Semantics of wh- expressions, quantifier particles   2013-2014
Benjamin Lokshin Korean Northeast China Speech levels Stanford undergraduate research funding, grant from the Stanford Center for East Asian Studies 2013
Phil Crone Modern Standard Arabic, Lebanese Arabic SF Bay Area First conjunct agreement, clause structure Department of Linguistics graduate research funding 2013
Kate Lindsey Chuvash Chuvashia, Russia Language shift, prestige, attitudes Fulbright U.S. Student Grant 2012-2013
Bonnie Krejci Kazakh SF Bay Area Lexical categories, case Department of Linguistics graduate research funding 2012-2013
Benjamin Lokshin, Sam Bowman Kazakh SF Bay Area Idiosyncratic transparency in Kazakh vowel harmony   2012-2013
Janneke Van Hofwegen Kazakh SF Bay Area Noun phrase structure   2012-2013
Hanzhi Zhu Kazakh SF Bay Area Case, agreement and raising Undergraduate major grant 2012-2013
Kate Geenberg English Trinity County, CA Stylistic use of "country" features and "Indian English" features by rural, inland California speakers NSF 2012
Roey Gafter Hebrew Greater Tel-Aviv Area, Israel Ethnic identity and sociolinguistic variation GRO and DDRO 2012
Janneke Van Hofwegen Lithuanian SF Bay Area Definiteness marking and NP structure Department of Linguistics graduate research funding 2012
Dasha Popova Khanty (Ostyak) Tegi, (Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug - Yugra), Russia Focus particles and negation Expeditions with Moscow State Lomonosov University 2011-2012
Kyuwon Moon Seoul Korean Seoul, Korea Stylistic variation of young women   2011-2012
Robin Melnick Turkish SF Bay Area Syntactic island constraints   2011-2012
Rob Podesva, Jeremy Calder, Kate Geenberg English Redding, CA Sociophonetic variation in a non-urban LGBT community   2011
Annette D'Onofrio English Minnesota Stylistic use of linguistic features from a second learned langauge (Korean) in first language (English)   2011
Eric Acton, Ellie Ash, Sam Bowman, Jeremy Calder, Annette D'Onofrio, Penny Eckert, Julia Fine, Roey Gafter, Kate Geenberg, Lelia Glass, Jason Grafmiller, Katherine Hilton, Sunwoo Jeong, Seung Kyung Kim, Ed King, Bonnie Krejci, Kyuwon Moon, Rob Podesva, Teresa Pratt, John Rickford, Ivan Sag, Tyler Schnoebelen, Jessica Spencer, Marisa Tice, Janneke Van Hofwegen, Zac Wilkins, Robert Xu English California Voices of California is a Stanford project documenting language and life across California   2010-present
James Collins Samoan Samoa, Sydney and the SF Bay Area Case, clause structure, the semantics of indefinites Department of Linguistics graduate research funding and Australian Linguistics Society scholarship 2010-present
Vera Gribanova Uzbek Moscow, Russia; Tashkent and Bukhara, Uzbekistan, SF Bay Area Phonetic inventory, clause structure and morphology, ellipsis processes, copular clauses, clefts Hellman Junior Faculty Scholar Fund, Stanford 2010-2012
Paul Kiparsky Greek dialects Kozani, Northern Greece Historical and comparative syntax of Greek dialects   2001
Penelope Eckert English San Jose, CA Ethnographic study of variation in preadolescence Spencer Foundation 1994-1996
Paul Kiparsky Estonian Southeastern Estonia Seto phonology National Research Council Twinning Grant 1992-1999, 2001
John Rickford Barbadian Creole, English Barbados, West Indies Grammatical features in creoles, sociolinguistic variation   1990s
John Rickford Jamaican Creole Kingston and St. Mary's, Jamaica, West Indies Grammatical features in creoles, sociolinguistic variation   1990s
Joan Bresnan Kichaga (Bantu) Tanzania, East Africa Comparative Bantu morphosyntax NSF 1986-1987
John Rickford Hawaiian Creole, English Oahu, Hawaii Grammatical features in creoles, sociolinguistic variation   1984
John Rickford African American English East Palo Alto, CA Sociolinguistic variation   1980s-present
John Rickford Gullah, African American English Sea Islands, off the coast of S. Carolina & Georgia Grammatical features in creoles, sociolinguistic variation   1980s
Penelope Eckert English Detroit, MI Ethnographic study of variation and the adolescent social order NSF 1980-1982
John Rickford Guyanese Creole Cane Walk, Guyana, West Indies Grammatical features in creoles, sociolinguistic variation   1976-1978, 1980s
Penelope Eckert Gascon Ariege, France Phonological variation and change NSF 1970-present

 

 

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