About

I am a linguist from Vic (Catalonia). I am currently a fourth year PhD candidate at the Centre for Language and Cognition of the University of Groningen. I received an MA in linguistics from Paris VII (Université Denis Diderot). I completed my undergraduate degreees in translation and in applied linguistics at Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona. 

My doctoral research focuses on morphosyntactic issues in Panará (Jê), a language on which I periodically conduct field work in Brazil. More specifically, I am interested in the syntax of participants: case marking of core arguments, promotion of obliques, and the complex morphology that marks dependents on the predicate head. My supervisor is Jan-Wouter Zwart.

During 2017 I am also a visiting student researcher at the University of California, Berkeley.



NEWS
August 2017
On the way out of the field, a stop in Rio de Janeiro to present at a workshop on countability and plurality

April 2017
Presenting a paper at the young Symposium on Amazonian Languages (SAL 2) at UC Berkeley

January 2017
Off to Texas for my first LSA Meeting experience.

December 2016
A little visit to London for LDLT5 at SOAS.