I graduated from Marlboro College in 2016 with a B.A. in Linguistics and Mandarin Chinese.
Beginning in September 2016, I will be joining the department of linguistics at National Tsing Hua University as a graduate student (M.A.).
My research interests are in generative linguistics and many of its forms – especially syntactic theory and cog-neuro-psycho- approaches.
I currently work on Mandarin Chinese phrase structure, particularly with what have commonly been referred to as ‘directional complements’.
As a language learner, I am also an active student of Mandarin Chinese and a heritage speaker of Polish, with vested interests in experimental heritage linguistics. Please see my research page for more.
This personal site is (still) hot off the ‘Press. More to come.