Olga Gurevich (University of California at Berkeley) <> is a Ph.D. Candidate in Linguistics at the University of California at Berkeley. She is interested in cognitive linguistics, Slavic linguistics, and computational linguistics. Her dissertation work concerns the processing and acquisition of complex morphological systems, in particular Georgian verbal morphology. Her publications include "On the notion of morpheme in Georgian verbal morphology," (2003), to appear in the Proceedings of BLS 29.

Glossos Contributions

"The Master and Margarita: Why can't critics agree on what it means?" in Issue 4