|Present||Fellow in Linguistics, King's College, Cambridge|
|Present||University Reader in Phonology and Morphology, University of Cambridge|
English Language and Literature, European Languages and Societies, French Linguistics, German Linguistics, Modern Languages, Near Eastern Languages and Societies, South and Southeast Asian Languages and Societies, Linguistics, Comparative and Historical Linguistics, First and Second Language Acquisition, Language Description and Documentation, Morphology, Phonetics and Phonology, and Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguistics
Cambridge CB2 1ST
No Subject Area (4)
Number marking in Western Armenian: A non-argument for outwardly-sensitive phonologically ...
Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting, Boston (2013)
The Western Armenian possessive plural data originally reported in Vaux (1998, 2003) have been asserted by Wolf 2011 to involve ...