- Rebecca Lee. “Nothing racist in that comment”: Spatial metaphor, syntactic variation, and socio-polysemy. Proceedings of Chicago Linguistics Society 57 (2021), 2022.
- Rebecca Lee. Something Funny about English. Colorado Research in Linguistics, 2022.
- Rebecca Lee. Ideology, frame semantics, and variation: A cognitive sociolinguistic study of the English lexeme racist. Proceedings of Chicago Linguistics Society 56 (2020), p. 269-281, 2021.
Slides available upon request.
- Rebecca Lee. Ideology and semantic appropriation at the syntax-semantics interface. Paper in Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver, Jan 5 – 8, 2023.
- Rebecca Lee. Conflicting Spatial Metaphors in Racism Discourse. Paper in Researching and Applying Metaphor 15, Virtual, University of Bialystok, Poland, Sept 21 – 24, 2022.
- Bhuvana Narasimhan, Rebecca Lee, Katie Conger, Emily Reynolds, Nadine Salvadore, Landon Helwig, Rebekah Tozier, and Sarah Adams. The influence of working memory on syntactic choice in children and adults. Poster in Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting, Washington DC, Jan 6 – 9, 2022.
- Rebecca Lee. Syntactic frames and the construction of ideological differentiation in discourse about racism on twitter. Paper in American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Nov 17 – 21, 2021.
- Rebecca Lee. The same way to say different things: Leveraging patterns at the syntax-semantics interface to uncover semasiological variation. Paper in New Ways of Analyzing Variation 49, University of Texas at Austin, Oct 19 – 24, 2021.
- Rebecca Lee and Katie Conger. ‘This presentation is bursting with metaphor’: Preference for metaphor in the location-subject construction with burst-class verbs. Paper in Researching and Applying Metaphor 14, Vilnius University, June 23 – 26, 2021.
- Rebecca Lee. “Nothing racist in that comment”: Spatial metaphor, syntactic variation, and socio-polysemy. Paper in Chicago Linguistic Society 57, University of Chicago, May 6 – 8, 2021.
- Rebecca Lee and Maureen Kosse. The Social Domain of Understanding: Ethnographically-Informed Frame Semantics of Dog Whistles. Paper in High Desert Linguistics Society 14, University of New Mexico, Nov 20 – 22, 2020.
- Rebecca Lee. Frame conflict in Attributions of Racism on Twitter. Poster in UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference 2020, University of Birmingham, July 27 – 29, 2020.
- Rebecca Lee. Ideology, Frame Semantics, and Variation: A Cognitive Sociolinguistic study of the English lexeme racist. Poster in Chicago Linguistic Society 56 Digital Repository, 2020.
- Rebecca Lee. ‘What do we have to lose?’: White anti-racist activists and the fusional categorization of race and class. Paper in 2019 AAA/CASCA Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Nov 20th – 24th 2019.