About Me

I am a 6th year PhD student at MIT linguistics. My areas of interests include syntactic theory, syntax of African languages, phonology, and field work. In my dissertation, I am investigating clausal complementation in Buli (a Ghanaian language). Specifically, I am exploring finiteness in relation to clause structure, clause size, and the licensing of overt subjects in nonfinite clauses. I have also worked on A-bar constructions, tone processes, temporal markers, and structure of the determiner phrase. I received both my BA (Political Science and Linguistics), and MPhil in Linguistics from the University of Ghana.

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