Semanticist, Field Researcher, & Teacher
I am a graduate student and teaching assistant at UCLA. My dissertation provides a formal model of nominal evaluation times, including nominal lexical aspect, interaction with scopal tense, interactions with the evaluation times of nominal modifiers, and the dynamic effects of novelty on evaluation times. I additionally do both morphosyntactic and revitalization work with the critically endangered Alaskan Dene (Athabaskan) language Hän. Recently, I have also been working on equitable and inclusive pedagogical methods for teaching and evaluation in university-level linguistics courses.
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November 2021: Richard Stockwell and I submitted a manuscript "Implementing Skills-Based Grading in a Linguistics Course" for publication. Learn more about our work with Skills-Based-Grading here.
October 2021: My dissertation defense has been set for December 9th, 2021 from 9-11 am PST. It will be in a hybrid format; feel free to contact for details or a Zoom link!
September 2021: I have accepted an offer to teach Introduction to Second-Language Learning and Teaching at CSU Dominguez Hills starting January 2022.
April 2021: My paper "Locality constraints in nominal evaluation times" was published.
March 2021: The Hän Revitalization Project just celebrated our first printing! Check out our flashcards and phrasebook here.
March 2021: My paper "Skills-Based Grading: A novel approach to teaching formal semantics" (with Richard Stockwell) was published. Learn more about my pedagogical work here.
February 2021: Invited talk at the University of Oklahoma - "Revitalizing a pronominal system." Slides available on this page.
February 2021: Invited talk at UCSD - "Three Facets of Nominal Temporal Information." Handout available on this page.
January 2021: Talks presented at the LSA - "Skills-Based Grading: A novel approach to teaching formal semantics" & "Locality constraints in nominal evaluation times." Handouts, slides, and associated papers available on this page.