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I am a Visiting Assistant Professor of Linguistics at Haverford College, as well as a computational lexicographer for the NIH. My main interests are in adverbs, mathematical models of language, lexicography, and typology. If you have thoughts on any of these topics, feel free to send me an email!


  • Ph.D. Linguistics, University of Delaware (Feb. 2018)
    •       M.A. Linguistics, University of Delaware (Jan. 2013)
  • B.A. Linguistics, B.A. Mathematics, University of Southern California (2007-2011)


  • Current - Fall 2021:
    • LING 113 (Intro to Syntax), LING 281 (Semantics II), and LING 399 (Senior Thesis Seminar), Haverford College
  • Previous courses taught:
    • Intro to Cognitive Science, Intro to Linguistics, Language and Gender, Intro to Syntax, Intro to Semantics, Discrete Mathematics, Senior Thesis Seminar
  • Previous courses TA'd:
    • Intro to Biological Anthropology, Intro to Anthropology of Health, Psycholinguistics