Since 2021 I have been a lecturer in the Program in Indo-European Studies (PIES). I received my PhD from PIES in 2017, writing a dissertation on archaisms and innovations in Homeric language. Before coming to UCLA, I held a fellowship with the British Academy/University of Oxford, during which time I worked further on problems in Ancient Greek and Sanskrit morphology.
I specialize in Indo-European linguistics and particularly in the languages and literatures of Ancient Greek, Vedic Sanskrit, and Old English. My teaching at UCLA includes courses in these and occasionally other languages, as well as courses in Indo-European phonology, morphology, and syntax. I have also co-taught (with Prof. Jamison) classes on poetics. In spring 2023 I am scheduled to teach a course on Indo-European meters. If anything here intrigues you, please feel free to write me.