I am a linguist working primarily on phonology and its interfaces. I am currently an assistant professor (limited term appointment) at Saint Mary’s University, in Halifax. My PhD is from Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS, Brazil).

My research programme investigates issues at the phonology-syntax interface, such as (i) the ways in which the application of phonological processes is constrained by prosodic structure, (ii) the acquisition of prosodic structures, and (iii) how bilingualism, language contact and language variation affect speakers’ prosodic representations. My research focuses mostly on Romance languages, especially Brazilian Portuguese, Brazilian Veneto (Talian) and French.

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Last updated: July 2022


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