I'm an assistant professor in linguistics. My normal teaching includes GEs on language in society and languages of California (including ethnic dialects of English & Spanish as well as indigenous languages) (LING 200, 250), upper division courses in syntax, morphology, acquisition, and computational linguistics (300, 404, 403, 455, 417), and graduate courses in acquisition and syntax (517 and 610). My research interests are in generative syntax, including imperatives and the morpho-syntax of Polynesian languages, as well as 1st language acquisition.
- Ph.D. 2013, University of Michigan
- B.A. 2004, University of Oregon
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