I am a fourth-year graduate student in linguistics at Harvard. My main research areas are morphology, morphosemantics, and the syntax-semantics interface. One topic I am especially interested in is the morphosyntactic expression of polarity-sensitive elements (and free-choice), particularly when languages uses quantifier particles to build these elements. Other topics that I am interested in are correlative conjunction, focus, synthetic/analytic alternations, allomorphy, and blocking effects.
I'm also an associate at the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies.
- "Exhaustification, free-choice, and additivity: Evidence from Sakha da(γanɨ)" at LSA 2021