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Congratulations, Osamu Sawada

If you haven’t already, give a big congratulations to Osamu Sawada (ABD), who has been awarded a postdoctoral fellowship from the Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science to conduct research on his project “The semantics and pragmatics of scalar expressions: Their dimensionality and context-dependency”.

During the period of this fellowship (which will begin after he finishes his dissertation later this year), Osamu’s host institution will be the University of Kyoto, but he will also have the opportunity to spend a significant amount of time at Stanford, working with Chris Potts, and at the Utrecht Institute of Linguistics, working with Rick Nouwen.

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