Jay Jasanoff

Diebold Professor of Indo-European Linguistics and Philology
Department of Linguistics
Harvard University

Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION

1968Ph.D. (Linguistics), Harvard University
1963-64Fulbright Fellowship, University of Bonn
1963A.B. (Linguistics and Mathematics, magna cum laude), Harvard College

EMPLOYMENT

1998-Diebold Professor of Indo-European Linguistics and Philology, Harvard University
(Chair, Department of Linguistics, 1999-2008)
1990-98Jacob Gould Schurman Professor of Linguistics, Cornell University
(Acting Chair, Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics, 1993-94)
1981-90Professor of Linguistics, Cornell University
(Chair, Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics, 1981-85; Acting Chair, 1987-88)
1978-81Associate Professor of Linguistics, Cornell University
1975-78Associate Professor of Linguistics and Germanic Philology, Harvard University
1974-75Assistant Professor of Linguistics and Germanic Philology, Harvard University
1970-74Assistant Professor of Linguistics, Harvard University
1969-70Assistant Professor of Linguistics, University of California, Berkeley

VISITING APPOINTMENTS AND AWARDS (since 1985)

2011Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2008Fellow, Linguistic Society of America
2005Visiting Fellow, Pembroke College, Cambridge
2005Visiting Professor, 2005 Linguistic Institute, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2004-05William Channing Cabot Fellowship, Harvard University
1999Visiting Professor, Kyoto University
1996Visiting Scholar, Wolfson College, Oxford
1995Visiting Professor of Linguistics, Harvard University
1991Hermann and Klara Collitz Professor, 1991 Linguistic Institute, University of California, Santa Cruz
1990-91Visiting Professor of Linguistics, Yale University
1986Visiting Professor, 1986 Linguistic Institute, CUNY Graduate Center, New York
1986Visiting Fellow, Wolfson College, Oxford
1985-86National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship

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