I am pleased to announce that there were two (returning) winners for the December Palindrome contest.
The requirement was: In addition to Elba, one word: Math
(or maths; mathematics, for anyone brave enough).
The winners in alphabetical order are:
Visiting Assistant Professor in Phonology & Phonetics at Michigan State University
Palindrome: Ha! Am I at natal bash? tame lives, ol’ able-stats Elba. “Lose vile maths!” a blatant aim, aah!
(This was in honor of my birthday–thanks Karthik!)
Bio: I’m a Visiting Assistant Professor in Phonology & Phonetics at Michigan State University. My work primarily deals with probing people’s subconscious knowledge of (abstract) sound patterns. Recently, I have been working on auditory illusions that stem from the bias that such subconscious knowledge introduces. Continue reading