Professor, Anthropology and Linguistics
100 Brooks Hall, University of Virginia
Charlottesville VA 22903
tel: 434-924-3002 fax: 434-924-1350
Eve Danziger’s page on academia.edu http://virginia.academia.edu/EveDanziger
2014 – present. Professor, Department of Anthropology. U. of Virginia.
Affiliated Faculty: Linguistics Program, U. of Virginia.
Affiliated Faculty: Cognitive Science Program, U. of Virginia.
2002- 2014. Associate Professor, Dept. Anthropology. U. of Virginia.
1998-2001. Assistant Professor, Dept. Anthropology. U. of Virginia.
1991-1998. Post-doctoral Fellow, Cognitive Anthropology/ Language and Cognition Group, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
Ph.D. 1991. Linguistic Anthropology. University of Pennsylvania. Supervisor: Ward H. Goodenough
M.A. 1982. Linguistic Anthropology. University of Toronto.
Hons. B.A. 1979. Linguistics and Language Studies/ Linguistique et Etudes de Langue.
Glendon College, York University [Toronto].
Language and Thought
Linguistic relativity, Spatial language and spatial cognition, Cross-cultural philosophies of mind, Conversational gesture.
Figurative language, Intentionality and implicature across languages, Language socialization, Semantic change.
Shifter terms and subjectivity, Morpho-syntactic expression of verb argument structure, Deixis and demonstration, Word classes
Social Practice and Identity
Kinship and social organization, Gender, Childhood, the Deaf
Communicative practice, Ideologies of representation, Linguistic prehistory