Assistant Professor at Concordia University in Montréal, Québec. Working with corpora to research the effect of prosodic boundaries on phonetic/phonological processes applying across word boundaries. Driven to understand the relationship between phonological knowledge, speech production planning, and variation in spontaneous speech. Thinking about scalar particles, focus alternatives, and word-internal morpho-syntax on the side. Nice to meet you. Learn more from my CV

"If you believe P, and you believe that P entails Q, then even if Q seems more than a little odd, you have some intellectual obligation to take seriously the possibility that Q may be true, nonetheless."
— Zenon Pylyshyn (1984), Computation and Cognition