Archive for the ‘Publications’ Category

The Language of Food reviewed in The Jewish Journal!

Reviewed by alum Sarah Bunin Benor (Ph.D. 2004) – Read it here! Spoiler alert: reading Dan’s book may “significantly change” the way you look at the world.

Janneke Van Hofwegen in the Boston Globe!

Janneke’s work is featured in a Boston Globe piece on quotative “be like”, which you can read all about here.

Dan Jurafsky Featured in the New Yorker

Sesquikudos, Dan! And you can read all about it here.

The Annual Review of Linguistics, a new Linguistics Journal!

The Annual Reviews have just launched The Annual Review of Linguistics, a new Linguistics journal.

The journal will cover significant developments in the field of linguistics, including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, and their interfaces and provide articles that benefit both specialists and nonspecialists, experts and students, teachers of introductory courses, and scholars in neighbouring fields.

Complimentary online access to the first volume of the journal is available until January 2016 at this link.

Look Who’s Talking!

Penny Eckert gave a colloquium at the University of Oregon Department of Linguistics on January 23.

Penny was also recently featured on This American Life, talking about vocal fry. You can read the transcript here.

Arnold Zwicky was featured in a discussion in Time Magazine on “portmansnows” (creative ways people are talking about the storm in the Northeast – link here).

Tyler Schnoebelen Featured in NY Times

Stanford department alum Tyler Schnoebelen was recently featured in the NY Times Style Section article on the Word of the Year. Read all about it here!

The Language of Food Soars!

Dan Jurafsky and his book continue to make a splash, with features on local radio here, at the Santa Fe Institute, and more.

Congrats, and sesquikudos, Dan!

The Language of Food Featured in Boston Globe

Read the article here, which also includes an interview with the author himself!