I serve as the Director of an interdisciplinary Program in Linguistics housed at the Department of World Languages, Literatures & Cultures at Cleveland State University. In my research, I explore the nature of the human language from the generative perspective, specializing in the areas of syntax, language acquisition, and Slavic linguistics. In previous works, I have studied topics such as A’-movement, ellipsis, secondary predication, and child language acquisition of those phenomena. My current research interests are in the domain of grammatical case, with a focus on the correlations of case and aspect.

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