Lelia Glass

I am an Assistant Professor of Linguistics in the School of Modern Languages at Georgia Tech.  

I work on lexical semantics (word meaning), compositional semantics (sentence meaning), pragmatics (inferences drawn in context), and sociolinguistics (how people use language in their social identity), from an empirically rich perspective.  I am particularly interested in how our knowledge of the (physical, social) world affects our interpretation of language.

Here is my CV and here is my Google Scholar profile.

For third-person reference, please feel free to use the pronunciation [liliə glæs] and the pronoun she.

Outside of linguistics, I am proud to be a mom and a runner.