1997 Malamud
Scholar Profile

Sophia Malamud

Acton Linguistics

Biography

Sophia is an Associate Professor of Language and Linguistics at Brandeis University. She is a theoretical linguist, specializing in the study of language meaning. This includes research in formal semantics, formal pragmatics, discourse functions of syntax, and semantics-pragmatics interface.


High school:  James Madison High School

Degrees

College Year Degree
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA
2001 B.A. Linguistics & Mathematics
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA
2006 Ph.D Linguistics
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA
2006 M.A. Mathematics

News and Highlights

Sophia Malamud (MS '97)

She could be more than a mentor to a future Milken Scholar. Sophia Malamud, MS ‘97 joined the faculty of Brandeis University as an assistant professor last fall. She is teaching Linguistics in their prestigious Linguistics and Language Program