Dan Jurafsky’s “craving for culinary wordplay” has earned The Language of Food a piece in the most recent issue of American Airlines’ in-flight magazine. Fortunately AA has made the article available to us earth-bound folks too: read it here. No word yet on how the book’s power to “leave taste buds tempted and their intellects fully nourished” has influenced passengers’ impressions of airplane food.
(Thanks to Tania Rojas-Esponda for the tip-off!)
Dan Jurafsky’s The Language of Food was recently featured on:
…and many more news outlets besides! Dan and the book will be featured on BBC Radio soon as well. We’ll keep you posted!
Tom Wasow has been selected as a LSA 2015 Fellow, joining a very distinguished list of linguists that includes current Stanford linguists Joan Bresnan, Penny Eckert, Paul Kiparsky, Stanley Peters, John Rickford, Elizabeth Traugott, Arnold Zwicky, and Beth Levin.
Congratulations and sesquikudos, Tom!
And it’s making a splash! Click here to see the schedule for Dan’s bookstore tour.
Sep 26, 2014 Talking at Penn
Sep 29-30, 2014 Talking at Royal Society workshop on Food and Data, Chicheley Hall, Buckinghamshire, UK
Oct 9, 2014 Talking at MIT
NPR And Beyond
Dan has also been a part of various radio conversations talking about his book, such as All Things Considered on NPR.
Dan and his book were also featured recently in the New York Times!.
And Dan and his book were ALSO featured in The Atlantic!.
Phew! In short, congratulations, Dan, and sesquikudos from a very proud department newsletter.
From United Hemisphere Magazine:
Rob Podesva received a grant from the The Roberta Bowman Denning Initiative For Humanities And Technology At Stanford 2014, which funds projects that promote focused attention on Humanities and Technology and that demonstrate the benefits of cross-disciplinary approaches in research and teaching.
Last Friday, Tom Wasow unveiled a plaque in memory of our former colleague, Ivan A. Sag, using the occasion to remind us of Ivan’s many contributions to linguistics and cognitive science at Stanford and beyond. Visit what is now the Ivan A. Sag Room (Margaret Jacks Hall Room 127B) to see and read the plaque.