Shalom Lappin - Curriculum Vitae#

  • Feb., 1973: M.A. in Philosophy, Brandeis University
  • 1970–71: M.A. studies in Philosophy and Linguistics at Tel Aviv University – May, 1970: B.A. York University (Toronto), (Philosophy)
  • 1975: Ph.D in Philosophy, Brandeis University. The Semantics of Sortal Structure. Supervisor: Fred Sommers, Ph.D Committee: Robert Greenberg, Jan van Heijenoort, and Ray Jackendoff

  • 2015- Professor of Computational Linguistics and Director of the Centre for Linguistic Theory and Studies in Probability, University of Gothenburg
  • 2005- present: Professor of Computational Linguistics, Department of Philosophy, King’s College London
  • 2000-05: Professor, Department of Computer Science, King’s College London
  • 1999-2000: Professor, Department of Philosophy, King’s College, University of Lon- don
  • 1993- 99: Professor (from 1995), Department of Linguistics, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
  • 1990-93: Research Staff Member, Natural Language Group, IBM T.J. Watson Research 1
  • 1990-93: Adjunct Professor, Linguistics Program, Graduate Center, City University of New York
  • 1989-90: Visiting Scientist, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Hawthorne, NY
  • 1988-90: Associate Professor (tenured from October, 1988), Department of Linguis- tics, Tel Aviv University
  • 1984-88: Associate Professor (tenured from January, 1986), Department of English, Uni- versity of Haifa
  • 1981-84: Associate Professor, Chair of Department, (tenured from July, 1982), Depart- ment of Linguistics, University of Ottawa
  • 1980-81: Visiting Professor, Department of Linguistics, University of Ottawa
  • 1974-80: Senior Lecturer (since 1981) Department of Philosophy, Ben Gurion University of the Negev

  • 2011-2014: Elected Chair of the Linguistics and Philology Section (H4) of the British Academy
  • 2010: Elected Fellow of the British Academy (FBA)
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