I’m a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Connecticut.  I received my PhD from the University of Chicago Linguistics Department.

I’m interested in syntax and morphology, with main focus on verbal morphosyntax in Bantu languages. My dissertation is a study of verbal periphrasis and inflectional dependencies in multi-verb constructions in Zimbabwean Ndebele. Other topics I’ve worked on include head-movement, clausal complementation, left-periphery phenomena, relativization and syntax-phonology interface.

Curriculum Vitae