Sarah Ogilvie, a research affiliate at CASBS, is senior research fellow at the University of Oxford. She is a linguist, lexicographer, and computer scientist who works at the intersection of technology and the social sciences. She is director of the Dictionary Lab at Oxford and her books include Words of the World: A Global History of the OED and Keeping Languages Alive (Cambridge University Press, 2012). Before Oxford, she taught linguistics at Stanford and Cambridge Universities, and worked at Amazon's innovation lab in Silicon Valley.
Ogilvie’s research at CASBS focuses on the language, cultural norms, and values of those born during and after the mid-1990s, an age group that has been called “Generation Z” or the “iGeneration”. The iGen Project is hosted by CASBS and funded by the Knight Foundation. Its interdisciplinary research team comprises Ogilvie, Roberta Katz, Jane Shaw and Linda Woodhead. Ogilvie was a Berggruen fellow at CASBS in 2017-18.
For more information, visit her webpage: http://www.hmc.ox.ac.uk/people/dr-sarah-ogilvie/