I’m a linguist working at the interface between syntax and morphology. I am particularly interested in wh-question formation strategies and the derivation of morphological alternations that appear in the context of A′-movement. Most of my research involves data from Bantu languages, drawn from existing sources as well as original fieldwork with native speakers. I am also currently working as a member of the Yale Grammatical Diversity Project, which explores morphosyntactic variation within North American English.

Feel free to explore the pages on this site to learn more about me and my work. You may also want to check out the feature about my research that appeared in the Dec. 2014 issue of the Yale Graduate School of Arts & Sciences newsletter.