CV

Here is my CV.

Recent Presentations

2022. Past and Non-Past: Parametric diachrony in the tense and aspect systems of ancient Indo-European languages. 25th International Conference for Historical Linguistics, Oxford, August 2022.

2022. (with I. Roberts, J. Baker, M. Meelen). Extending Parametric Comparison: Some Preliminary Results on Older Indo-European Languages. 25th International Conference for Historical Linguistics, Oxford, August 2022.

2022. Ubi est “qui”? Wh-movement in pre-Classical Latin relative clauses. Quid est «qui»?, Lausanne, July 2022.

2022. (with I. Roberts, J. Baker, M. Meelen, E. Isolani). Extending Parametric Comparison: Some Preliminary Results on Older Indo-European Languages. DiGS 23, New York, NY, June 2022.

2022. (with I. Roberts). Reconstructing Proto-Indo-European syntax using the Parameter Comparison Method. Invited talk. The Parametric Comparison Method Workshop, Cambridge, 18th February 2022. [SLIDES].

2022. An emergent ‘matching’ analysis of correlative clauses in ancient Indo-European languages. SyntaxLab, Cambridge. 15th February 2022. [HANDOUT].

2022. Never Just Words: Critical perspectives in Comparative Philology. Invited lecture for the Christian Cole Society, Oxford. 26th January 2022. [SLIDES].

2020. Disentangling the Vedic left periphery. Cambridge Philology & Linguistics (E Caucus) Seminar. 28th October 2020. [SLIDES].

Graduate research (PDFs on request)

2022. The Syntax of Relative Clauses and Related Phenomena in Proto-Indo-European. PhD thesis, University of Cambridge.

2018. The Syntax of “Local Particles” in Sanskrit. Masters’ thesis, University of Cambridge.

External Links

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