• Sound change and analogy, again: Brugmann’s Law and the hunt for o-grades in Indo-Iranian. Under review.
  • Reflexivity and the middle in Greek. Forthcoming, Mouton Handbooks in Indo-European Typology: Reflexivity and the Middle, ed. by Wolfgang Hock, Götz Keydana & Paul Widmer. Mouton de Guyter.
  • The diachrony of verbalizers in Indo-European: Where does v come from? To appear, Journal of Historical SyntaxPreprint
  • Deponency. To appear in The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Morphology, eds. Peter Ackema, Sabrina Bendjaballah, Eulalia Bonet & Antonio Fábregas. Hoboken: Wiley-Blackwell. Pre-publication ms.



  • Two types of passive? Voice morphology and “low passives” in Greek and Sanskrit. In Passives cross-linguistically, eds. K. Grohmann, E.-M. Remberger & A. Matsuya, 210–245. Leiden: Brill. (Pre-publication ms.)
  • The ín-group: Indo-Iranian ín-stems and their Indo-European relatives. In lyuke wmer ra: Indo-European Studies in Honor of Georges-Jean Pinault, eds. Hannes A. Fellner, Melanie Malzahn & Michaël Peyrot, 164–182. Ann Arbor: Beech Stave. (Pre-publication ms.)
  • Historical linguistics. Chapter 8 of Introducing Linguistics: Theoretical and Applied Approaches, eds. John W. Schwieter & Joyce Bruhn de Garavito, 289–324. Cambridge University Press.
    • A historical linguistics intro chapter aimed at anglophone undergraduate students. Teaching your students about language change without using the words “simplify” or “simplification” has never been easier!








  • “Split Deponency” in Proto-Indo-European, in Proceedings of the 25th Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference, eds. S. W. Jamison, H. C. Melchert, and B. Vine, 75-84. Bremen: Hempen, 2014.
  • Zur Funktion des Nominalsuffixes *-i- im Vedischen und Urindogermanischen (“On the function of the nominal suffix *-i– in Vedic and Proto-Indo-European”), in: Das Nomen im Indogermanischen: Morphologie, Substantiv versus Adjektiv, Kollektivum. Akten der Arbeitstagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft vom 14. bis 16. September 2011 in Erlangen, eds. N. Oettinger & T. Steer, 88-102. Wiesbaden: Reichert, 2014.


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