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Beth Levin (Professor)

Beth Levin (650) 723-1476
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Personal bio
Beth Levin is the William H. Bonsall Professor in the Humanities at Stanford University. After receiving her Ph.D. from MIT in 1983, she had major responsibility for the MIT Lexicon Project (1983-1987) and taught in the Linguistics Department at Northwestern University (1987-1999), before joining the Stanford faculty in 1999. Her work investigates the linguistic representation of events and the grammatical devices English and other languages use to express events and their participants.

Currently teaching
LINGUIST 200C: Foundations of Linguistic Theory: Categories and Concepts (Winter)
LINGUIST 116A: Introduction to Word-Formation (Winter)
LINGUIST 132: Lexical Semantic Typology (Autumn)
LINGUIST 232A: Lexical Semantics (Autumn)
LINGUIST 395D: Linguistics Writing Group (Summer)
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