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Here I outline some of my more recent and ongoing projects. For a complete list of presentations, publications and other scholarly work please visit my CV.
My research has two main pillars: morpho-syntax and linguistics pedagogy.
I work on various issues in morpho-syntax (broadly defined), primarily within Distributed Morphology/Minimalist Program. Questions I have explored within this include: how regularity is derived, various issues in compounding (including stress and plural modifiers) , verb particle constructions, idioms, merge & cartography, and many other questions.
One major ongoing project involves syntactic analysis of Tongu Ewe with SIU MA alum (now a PhD student at NYU), Selikem Gotah.
With linguistics pedagogy, I have several collaborative projects including an under contract edited volume with Amy Fountain and Nathan Sanders on language invention and pedagogy, a project on gamification in the linguistic classroom with Andrew McKenzie, and a project on using linguistics in the college composition classroom with Amy Lynch-Biniek.