About me

I’m an Assistant Professor in the Rutgers Department of Linguistics, and a member of the Rutgers Center for Cognitive Science. My research is focused on formal semantics for natural language. My works looks at scope and binding, questions and indefiniteness, focus, dynamic semantics, continuations and monads, ellipsis, and their interactions. I’m really interested in how developments in other disciplines (e.g., category theory and computer science) can inform linguistic theory, and I’ve always had a soft spot for direct interpretation and where syntax stops and semantics begins.

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