Hello! I am a Term Assistant Professor in Linguistics within the Department of English at George Mason University. I earned my Ph.D in linguistics in 2016 from the Department of Linguistics at the University of Southern California.
My research is focused in syntax and phonology, with attention to their interfaces. Broadly, I am interested in the syntactic and phonological sources of word-order variation, and the ways in which they interact in formal grammar. My recent work investigates the syntax of functional heads as well as aspects of Prosodic Phonology and the morphology-phonology interface. More information about my previous and ongoing work can be found on the Research page.
My CV is available here (updated April, 2017)