I am an assistant professor in linguistics (Universitätsassistentin) at the Department of Linguistics at the University of Vienna, which is also where I received my M.A. in linguistics in 2009 (supervised by Melanie Malzahn). I then went on to study linguistics at Harvard University, where I was fortunate to work with and learn from Jay Jasanoff (my dissertation adviser), Jeremy Rau, Isabelle Charnavel, and Sabine Iatridou (at MIT). I received my Ph.D. from Harvard in 2014. After three years as an assistant professor at Concordia University in Montreal I returned to Vienna in May 2017, where I research and teach Indo-European/historical linguistics and theoretical linguistics.

I think I had hobbies once but I forgot what they were. Traveling? Who doesn’t like traveling! The pictures on this page are from travels to Sicily, Venice, and Iceland.

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