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Rethinking Being Gricean: People

Project Team


 

Professor Kasia Jaszczolt

Principal Investigator

Kasia's research interests include the representation of discourse, semantic ambiguities, semantics/pragmatics interface, saying/implicating distinction, semantic representation of time and propositional attitude constructions, including attitudes de se. She is the author of a theory of discourse interpretation called Default Semantics.

Email: kmj21@cam.ac.uk

Webpage: http://people.pwf.cam.ac.uk/kmj21/

Academia site: https://cambridge.academia.edu/KasiaJaszczolt

 

 

 

Dr. Roberto B. Sileo

Research Associate

Roberto’s research interests lie in semantics, pragmatics, and philosophy of language. He has previously worked on the use and interpretation of metaphorical and descriptive/expressive language in every day conversational exchanges. Following Jaszczolt’s Default Semantics, he looked into well-differentiated dimensions of meaning and how they can convey, in context, propositional and truth-evaluable content.

Email: rbs30@cam.ac.uk

Webpage: robertobsileo.com


 

Our Research Network

Academic Contacts

 

Jay Atlas (Pomona College)

Chi-Hé Elder (University of East Anglia)

Rachel Giora (Tel Aviv University)

Michelle Sheehan (Anglia Ruskin University)