I’m a first year PhD student in the Department of Linguistics at University of Maryland. My advisors are Jeff Lidz and Norbert Hornstein. For more information about my research, see my research page.
Outside of linguistics, I’m also interested in web development, programming, and system administration. And I really like coffee. I worked as a barista, off-and-on, for a few years at the Dunn Bros at the Smith Douglas More House, now known as Smith.
October 2, 2017
My manuscript “The Interpretation of Plural Morphology and (Non-)Obligatory Number Marking: An Argument from Artificial Language Learning” with Chris Heffner and Cristina Schmitt was published in Language Learning and Development.
August 20, 2017
I’ve released a much overdue update to my LaTeX workshop (for linguists) handout. I hope you will find this useful; feedback is more than welcome! 😀 🎉
- April 4, 2017
May 8, 2016
Karthik Durvasula and I gave an invited talk, “Complexity of feature generalizations and learnability”, at the 9th North American Phonology Conference, hosted by Concordia University, in Montréal, Canada. (The title of the talk in the program (“Learning Phonological Patterns from Ambiguous Data”) is different from the title that we put on our slides (“Complexity of feature generalizations and learnability”). Oops.
February 28, 2016
I gave a talk, “Reevaluating the Maratsos Effect”, at the inagural Graduate Linguistics Expo at Michigan State (GLEAMS), which is joint work with Tess Huelskamp, Susima Weerakoon, and Alan Munn.