Syntax, semantics, and their interfaces
I am a syntactician. I am interested in how (morpho)phonology and meaning get aligned, both above and below the word-level. I also look at how linguistic meaning is used in processing, in the real-time interpretation of quantifiers. This is all underpinned by an interest in 'meaning internalism'. To find out more about my work, click here.
I currently help organize Maryland's Syntax Lab.
Before coming to Maryland, I studied at St. Hugh's College, Oxford (2019-2022), where I was advised by Matt Husband. I read Philosophy and Linguistics BA, for which I was awarded a Congratulatory First Class.
The best way to reach me is by email: mpshah at umd dot edu.