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I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Linguistics at Rutgers University. My primary interests are phonology and Optimality Theory, with a focus on African languages.

My current research explores the phonology of complex place, specifically with respect to the relationship of segmental representation to grammatical computation.

Read a brief interview about invented languages for the Audible Range blog here.


Brett Hyde, Eric Bakovic, Luca Iacoponi, Giorgio Magri, me, Wm G. Bennett at the Workshop on Formal Typologies, Rutgers University, May 2015. Photo by Kristen Syrett.