I am a linguist with research interests in semantic and pragmatic theory.
From September 2015, I am a Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellow at the School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies, University of East Anglia, working on the project ‘Pragmatics in interaction: An exploration of miscommunication‘.
I completed my PhD (‘On the forms of conditionals and the functions of ‘if”) in 2015 in Linguistics in the Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics at the University of Cambridge under the supervision of Professor Kasia Jaszczolt. My PhD research was funded by the Newton Trust.
On this site you can find more information on my current research interests, and browse my publications and presentations. You can also find me on Academia here.
- July 2017: Updated thoughts on indeterminate intentions and miscommunication given at IPrA, Belfast: ‘When implicatures fail: Miscommunication in post-Gricean pragmatics‘
- June 2017: First attempt at a formalisation of meaning in interaction, given at the Center for Mind & Nature, University of Oslo: ‘Communicating by miscommunicating‘
- March 2017: Research visit to University of Queensland, with invited talk on ‘What is said in the face of miscommunication‘