Featured Project: Grammatical Diversity
Minimal differences found in linguistic varieties that are overall very similar provide linguists the opportunity to take a close look at where exactly grammatical systems differ, and how exactly they differ. Read more here.
North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad
Collaboration with Sewanee
Talk about the Collaborative Project
Fellow for the Public Voices Thought Leadership program for 2014-2015
National Science Foundation grant, 2014-2016
“The Microsyntax of Pronouns in North American English”. Co-Principal Investigator: Jim Wood. Total amount: $330,593. (BCS-1423872)
National Science Foundation grant, 2006–2008
“Collaborative Research: The Comparative Morpho-Syntax of Appalachian English”. Co-Principal Investigators: Judy Bernstein, Marcel den Dikken, Christina Tortora and Raffaella Zanuttini. Total amount: $208,037. (BCS- 0617133). See brief description here.
National Science Foundation grant, 2003–2005
“Clause Types: Form and Force in Grammatical Theory”. Co-Principal Investigators: Paul Portner and Raffaella Zanuttini. Total amount: $206,664. (BCS- 0234278). Visit project website here.