Hi. I am a current 4th year PhD candidate in the Linguistics Department at Stony Brook University. My primary research interests lie in linguistic morphology and its interfaces. My thesis, co-advised by Mark Aronoff and Thomas Graf, deals with monotonic functions (mappings) in morphological paradigms.
Monotonic mappings in morphological paradigms
Clitic types in Iranian languages (with Joseph Panettiere)
Inflection loss in Persian (with Yahya Modarresi)
Primary instructor: Writing in Linguistics (2019); Intro to Human Language (2018); Anatomy of English Words (2016, 2017); History of English (2014); Academic English (2011-2012)
Teaching Assistant: Uncommonly Taught Languages (2019); Syntax (2018); Intro to Human Language (2018, 2015, 2014); Morphology and Word Formation (2017); Audiology (2017); Languages of the World (2016); Anatomy of Speech and Hearing (2016)
Invited Lectures: Linguistic Morphology (Spring 2017); Indo-Iranian Languages (Fall 2016)