Washington, DC, 20057-1036
Office Hours: Wednesday 10:30am - 12:30pm
Office: Poulton 251 (office hours also held on Zoom; contact me for the link)
My research is primarily in theoretical syntax and morphology, and I have particular interests in grammatical gender, number, syncretisms, clitic doubling, the morphosyntax of agreement, and the fine line between prepositions and case markers. The languages I specialize in are mostly members of the Afroasiatic language family, with a special emphasis on Amharic (Ethio-Semitic).
For detailed information about my past and present research activities, see my C.V. and this list of downloadable papers and handouts.
Teaching and Advising
I greatly enjoy teaching, and please see a list of past and present courses (being) taught.
Contact Information, etc.
If you need to reach me, here's how.
For the curious: more information on how I began studying Egyptian, and what I'm up to when I am not doing linguistics.