My research focuses on morphology and its interfaces with phonology and syntax. I’m interested in how morphemes and sounds come to be in their surface positions, and how different modules of the grammar cue exceptional derivational paths.
I do fieldwork in Eastern Indonesia on Uab Meto, an understudied Austronesian language. I contribute to language documentation efforts and pursue theoretical research on metathesis, coalescence, and the syntax-phonology interface. Other recent projects of mine include infixation, Burmese tone, and clitic doubling in Pama-Nyungan.
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