I study morphosyntactic theory and apply it to the study of ancient languages. I have also worked in software at the intersection of systems programming and the verification, specification, and implementation of type-generic software.
- Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
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Broadly, my research interests are in morphosyntactic theory and in bringing data from ancient languages to bear on questions in linguistic theory.
I have written and spoken about software and computer science, specifically on generic programming in software engineering and on the formalization of computer memories, and on occasion I still upload notes on these topics to this website.
- Ph.D, Linguistics Massachusetts Institute of Technology –
- B.A., Linguistics (Summa cum laude) and Computer Science Cornell University –
- Aksenova, Graf & Moradi (2016) at MIT MorPhun
- Configurational syntax in the Sumerian clause: Evidence from cross-referencing at AOS
- Ergativity, Agreement, and the Sumerian Verbal Complex at ILURS
- Clausal Syntax in the Sumerian Language honors thesis
- Ergativity, Agreement, and the Sumerian Verbal Complex at CURB Humanities Showcase
- Ergativity, Agreement, and the Sumerian Verbal Complex at CULC11
- Ergativity, Agreement, and the Sumerian Verbal Complex at CURB Spring Research Forum
- C++ in Colleges at CppCon 2016
- From Zero to Iterators: Building and Extending the Iterator Hierarchy in a Modern, Multicore World at CppCon 2016