My main subfields of interest are syntax and morphology. I am particularly interested in spatial prepositions in Spanish, (un)boundedness, the syntax of possession, and Spanish existentials.
My paper "Spanish prepositions and silent PLACE", which is a revised version of my Master's thesis, appeared in Glossa: a journal of general linguistics in December 2020.
Completive todo in Rioplatense Spanish
You can click on the icon below to see my 2020 LSA poster on Completive todo in Rioplatense Spanish. A version of this work has just been accepted for publication in Language and will appear in 2022.
I am also very happy to be working as part of the research team of the Yale Grammatical Diversity Project, led by Raffaella Zanuttini, Laurence Horn & Jim Wood (Yale University) for Fall 2021 and Spring 2022.
- April 23 2022: "Completive todo across Spanish varieties," talk given at the Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages
(LSRL) 52, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
- May 10 2022: "Completive todo in Rioplatense Spanish," invited talk given in the Romance Linguistics Circle (RoLinC),
Cambridge/Newcastle, UK. Below you can find my slides for this talk: