My main research interests are in formal linguistics, more specifically syntactic and morphological theory. In addition to my formal inclinations, I am fascinated by the construction of identities (particularly the special role assigned to national ones) and the role language can play in it.
From 2013 until 2016, I was a member of the student committee of the LAGB.
I am also training and teaching Capoeira Angola when I get the chance. In April 2014, I was awarded the title of treinel (trainer). Until summer 2015, I ran regular classes in Cambridge.
- since autumn 2012: University of Cambridge, King's College
- 2012: MRes in Linguistics with specialisation in Syntax, University College London
- 2011: BSc Linguistics, University of Potsdam
- spring 2010: ERASMUS semester at the University of Patras
- Modern Greek
- (Brazilian Portuguese)
- comparative syntax and syntactic theory
- morphological theory (Distributed Morphology)
- nominal structure
- null arguments
- (nominal) modification/attribution
- formal semantics
- Modern Greek, Basque, German
- (nationalisms and identity)