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Sarah Murray

Associate Professor

Overview

Murray's primary interests are the semantics and pragmatics of natural language, specifically what sorts of formal representations are needed to analyze a variety of linguistic structures across grammatically diverse languages.

She has worked with the Cheyenne community in Southeastern Montana since 2006. In addition, she is interested in Indigenous languages, language documentation, and field methodology.

Departments/Programs

  • Linguistics
  • Philosophy

Graduate Fields

  • American Indian and Indigenous Studies
  • Cognitive Science
  • Linguistics
  • Philosophy

Research

Semantics and pragmatics, dynamic semantics, philosophy of language, cognitive science, fieldwork and fieldwork methodology, language documentation, Cheyenne and other Algonquian languages

 

Courses

Spring 2022