Andrew Zupon

About Andrew Zupon

PhD student.

My two main areas of research are syntax and computational linguistics.

In the area of syntax, I am interested in the interactions between case and agreement crosslinguistically, as well as how these interact with word order.

In the area of computational linguistics, I am interested in developing and using computational resources for under-resourced and endangered languages.

Research Interests

Broad phenomenal interests:   Quirky case, V2 word order,  case and agreement generally, word orders generally, ergativity, third-factor, under-resourced/endangered languages

V2 languages of interest:  Icelandic, Faroese, Kashmiri, Breton, Tohono O'odham, Ingush

Quirky case languages of interest:  Icelandic, Faroese, Spanish

Other languages of interest:  languages of the Caucasus, Celtic languages, Tungusic languages

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Contact Information

Andrew Zupon

Degree(s)

The University of Utah
02013-02015
MA Linguistics

The University of Utah
02008-02013
BA Linguistics, Spanish, Russian (minor)