I am a first year Ph.D. Linguistics student at the University of Connecticut.
I am also a trainee in the Neurobiology of Language program (formerly the NSF-funded IGERT on Language Plasticity), and a member of Diane Lillo-Martin's Sign Linguistics and Language Acquisition Laboratory.
I am primarily interested in syntax, sign linguistics, language documentation, and language acquisition, with particular focus on languages of the Caribbean region.
I have previously done work on Trinidad and Tobago Sign Language (TTSL) and South Rupununi Sign Language, under the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, where I also completed my B.A. in Literatures in English and Linguistics.
Current project: The imperative in American Sign Language (ASL).
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