I am a fifth year PhD student at UCSC. I work on both formal theoretic and psycholinguistic questions in pragmatics and semantics. I'm interested in the general question of how we communicate more than what we say, both through general pragmatic reasoning and through processes like ellipsis and anaphora. My psycholinguistics research focuses on how meaning and discourse are represented in memory.
I'm a co-founder and former co-organizer of our semantics/pragmatics reading group, SPLAP!, and a member of our psycholinguistics lab, s/lab.
Department of Linguistics
University of California, Santa Cruz
1156 High Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95064
[firstname][lastname] [at] ucsc [dot] edu
Last updated: Winter, 2019