eneu at umass dot edu
Department of Linguistics
N408 Integrative Learning Center
University of Mass. Amherst
650 North Pleasant Street
Amherst, MA 01003
I am a third year PhD candidate at the Linguistics Department of the University of Massachusetts Amherst, working on syntax, morphology and the lexicon-syntax interface. I hold a BA in Comparative Literature from Free University of Berlin and an MA in Linguistics from University College London.
My research is broadly concerned with issues of variation, gradience and productivity. Some of my current/recent projects include affix order variation in Turkish, direct causatives of unergatives in Hindi-Urdu, Turkish and Sason Arabic, and variable agreement with conjoined subjects in German. I dabble in computational modelling and distributional semantics, and I have an interest in language contact and diachrony.
My last name is pronounced [nɔɪ]. I welcome all reasonable realizations of my first name. My pronouns are she/her.
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