Associate Professor, Chair, Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics
My current research focuses on several topics in the syntax of Telugu, a Dravidian language of South India. This work is part of a larger project on the syntax and phonology of Telugu. My doctoral dissertation presented an analysis of Telugu reflexive-middle verbs. I have also worked on Rotuman phonology and the theoretical aspects of phonological acquisition.
PhD Linguistics, Harvard University (1995)
MA Linguistics, Harvard University (1988)
MA Linguistics, Boston College (1987)
BA French Literature, University of Massachusetts Amherst (1981)
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