Grants and Fellowships

The various projects I talk about in these pages wouldn’t have been possible without the support of many different funding agencies and offices. Here’s a list of the federal agencies my work has been supported by. (See my CV for a full list of funders.)

  1. National Science Foundation Award #BCS-1630274, 2016-2020 (PI: Tortora, Lead Institution). A Corpus of New York City English. This collaborative research award has the following three grants linked to it:
    • NSF Award #BCS-1630377 (PI: Cutler, Lehman College / CUNY)
    • NSF Award #BCS-1630286 (PIs: Newman & Haddican, Queens College / CUNY)
    • NSF Award #BCS-1629348 (PI: Santorini, U. of Pennsylvania)
  2. National Science Foundation Award  #BCS-1152148, 2012-2017 (PI: Tortora, Lead Institution). Audio-Aligned and Parsed Corpus of Appalachian English. This collaborative research award had the following grant linked to it:
    • NSF Award #BCS-1151630 (PI: Santorini, U. of Pennsylvania)
  3. National Endowment for the Humanities Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant #HD-51543, 2012-2014 (PI: Tortora). Audio-Aligned and Parsed Corpus of Appalachian English.
  4. National Science Foundation Award #BCS-1256700 (2013, PI: Tortora). LSRL43: Special Session on Romance Parsed Corpora.
  5. National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship #FB-55760-11, 2011-12 (PI: Tortora). Audio-Aligned and Parsed Corpus of Appalachian English.
  6. National Science Foundation Award #BCS-0617197, 2006-2010 (PI: Tortora, Lead Institution). The Comparative Morpho-Syntax of Appalachian English. This collaborative research award had the following three grants linked to it:
    • NSF Award #BCS-0617210 (PI: Bernstein, William Paterson U.)
    • NSF Award #BCS-0616573 (PI: den Dikken, The Graduate Center / CUNY)
    • NSF Award #BCS-0617133 (PI: Zanuttini, Yale University)
  7. National Science Foundation Award #BCS-0414145, 2004-2005 (PI: den Dikken; co-PI: Tortora). CGSW19 (Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop).
  8. National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship, 2001 (PI: Tortora). A comparative grammar of Borgomanerese.
  9. National Science Foundation Award #BCS-9630139, 1996-1998 (PI: P. Cole, doctoral dissertation grant for Tortora). Two Types of Unaccusatives: Evidence from Northern Italian Dialects.
  10. National Science Foundation Minority Graduate Fellowship, 1992-1995.