I am a first year PhD student in linguistics at Stanford University.
I am primarily interested in (morpho-)syntax, syntactic variation, and how these systems interface with social meaning. I am currently working on projects about double modal questions (e.g. Could we might have an example?), adjective-triplets (e.g good-better-best) and following up on some other thesis and ideas.
Before coming to Stanford, I was a MA student and Fulbright scholar at Queen Mary University of London. My MA dissertation explores the modularity of syntax with respect to register. It finds that register is evaluated linearly (rather than structurally). For a copy, email me!
Before going to QMUL, I completed BAs in Linguistics, Classical Langauges, and Classical Culture at the University of Georgia where my BA thesis looked at personal datives (e.g I caught me a fish).