Welcome

I’m a lecturer at Utrecht University trying to figure out the meaning of language, and the meaning of life in my spare time. Last year I defended my PhD thesis which you can find here. You can find out more about my research projects and other interests under the ‘Research’ tab above. This page also contains a list of papers and publications.

Apart from this, I sporadically blog about things that interest/move/amuse/anger me – including but not limited to social justice, food, art, feminism, religion and my latest unfinished sewing projects.

Current teaching:

  • Empirical Methods in Formal Semantics 2016/2017 (MA Linguistics, block 1)

Past teaching:

  • Semantiek 2015/2016 (with Yoad Winter and Rogier Wuijts)
  • Linguistic Modelling and Experimentation 2015/2016
  • Inleiding Taalkunde 2015/2016 (with Rick Nouwen)
  • Methods in AI Research 2015/2016 (with Brigitta Keij and many others)
  • Semantics and Pragmatics: variation and interpretation (with Rick Nouwen)
  • Inleiding Taalkunde 2014/2015 (with Rick Nouwen and Michael Moortgat)
  • …and many more

Other/overig:
I’m editor-in-chief (together with Albert Joosse) of Radix, a Dutch academic journal exploring issues at the crossroads of academia, society and religion. Publiceren in Radix? Neem contact op!

About hannadevries

University lecturer (in linguistics/artificial intelligence) with occasional opinions on religion & social justice-related stuff.
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2 Responses to Welcome

  1. Marie says:

    We are a fortunate gaggle of people’s to have you in our
    midst dear Scott.

    • hannadevries says:

      I know this is spam (the fact that it’s addressed to Scott is a dead giveaway!), but how can I research group nouns and not approve a comment that talks about a ‘gaggle of people’?

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