Visiting Assistant Professor
PhD in Linguistics, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
BA in Linguistics, University of Southern Maine
2831 Cathedral of Learning
Department of Linguistics
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
Ling 0080 Aspects of Language
Ling 1000 Introduction to Linguistics
Ling 1773/2773 Morphology
Ling 1777/2777 Syntactic Theory
Ling 2441 Field Methods in Linguistics
(2008). (with K. Moulton & T. Roeper) From False Belief to False Ascription. Proceedings of GALA 2007. Barcelona.
(2008). The Emergence of DP in the Partitive Structure. PhD Thesis. University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
(2007). Investigations into children’s acquisition of the partitive structure. Nordlyd: Tromsø Working Papers on Language and Linguistics: Proceedings from Workshop on Language Acquisition, SCL 22; Vol. 34 (3).
(2006). Children’s interpretation of partitive “most.” In T. Heizmann (ed.) UMass Occasional Papers in Linguistics 34: Current Issues in First Language Acquisition. GLSA: Amherst, Massachusetts.