I'm a computational linguist at Northwestern, where I direct the Linguistic Mechanisms Lab.
I'm interested in natural language processing, social meaning, sociophonetics and interactional variation, Chinese and Japanese linguistics, gesture and embodiment, and applications of linguistic research to social good. I'm particularly interested in using computational methods to understand the linguistic mechanisms of social problems.
Thanks for stopping by, and I hope to see you around!
Assistant Professor of Linguistics
and Computer Science (by courtesy)
Institute for Policy Research
Cognitive Science Program
|Winter 2023||LING 331 - Text Processing for Linguists|
|Spring 2023||LING 334 / CS 396 - Introduction to Computational Linguistics|
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