Research Interests

Broadly speaking, I'm interested in syntax, semantics, acquisition, and psycholinguistics. I often work with East Asian languages, Korean in particular, and like to utilize quantitative data and interdisciplinary approaches. My dissertation examines case studies in Korean syntax from the dual perspectives of syntactic theory and learnability to further our understanding of how these inform each other.

I'm advised by Charles Yang at the University of Pennsylvania, and have also worked with Julie Anne Legate, Martin Salzmann, Meredith Tamminga, Gareth RobertsAndrea Beltrama, and Kathryn Schuler.