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Grenoble Lenore A

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Professor at the University of Chicago (USA)

General information

Lenore Grenoble is a leading international expert in endangered languages, language shift and revival with a special focus on languages of the Arctic. Her research is related to languages that are under the threat of extinction in addition to a long-standing interest in the Russian information structure and interactive grammar.


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Leading scientist's research interests: linguistics, language contacts, multilingualism, linguistic ecology, the problem of threatened languages, language revival, documenting, Arctic languages, Slavic linguistics, discourse, the structure of the Russian spoken language, deixis and spatial relations in language.

Scientific recognition
Awards and achievements:

2018 — Guggenheim Fellowship (USA).

2018 — Fulbright Arctic Chair Norway (USA).

2017 — Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Class IV – Arts and Humanities, Section 3. Literary Criticism.

2017 — Ken Hale Professorship (Linguistic Society of America).

2014 — John Matthews Manly Distinguished Service Professor (University of Chicago, USA).

2007 – Carl Darling Buck Professor (University of Chicago, USA).

2001 – Phi Beta Kappa, Elected honorary member (Phi Beta Kappa Society, Dartmouth College Chapter, USA).

1995 — John M. Manley Huntington Award for Outstanding Teaching (Dartmouth College, USA).

1995 – Distinguished Teaching Award (University of California, USA).

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