Welcome to my website!
I am a 5th year Ph.D. student in Linguistics at UCLA. This Fall, I will begin a position as Visiting Instructor of Linguistics at Haverford College.
I'm a phonologist who's primarily interested in its interfaces with phonetics and morphosyntax. Currently, my work focuses on clause structure and prosodic phrasing in Mam, a Mayan language of Guatemala.
My paper "Displacing the PStem" has been accepted at The Linguistic Review! [pdf forthcoming]
My paper with Jennifer Kuo, "A prominence account of the Northern Mam weight hierarchy" is out from the Proceedings of the 2022 Meeting of AMP. [pdf]