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Michelle Fullwood maf@mit.edu

I'm a graduate student in linguistics at MIT.
I work on problems in formal phonology and computational morphology.
I like to code, especially in Python.


Research interests

  • Acquisition of non-concatenative morphology

  • Tonal inventories and tone sandhi

  • Interactions of stress and segmental processes

Papers

  • Michelle A. Fullwood (to appear). Asymmetric correlations between English verb transitivity and stress. In Proceedings of the 40th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society.

  • Michelle A. Fullwood (2014). The perceptual dimensions of sonority-driven epenthesis. In Supplemental Proceedings of the 2013 Meeting on Phonology.
    [Proceedings] [2013 manuscript pdf] [bib]

  • Michelle A. Fullwood and Timothy J. O'Donnell (2013). Learning Non-concatenative Morphology. In Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Workshop on Cognitive Modeling and Computational Linguistics (CMCL).
    [pdf] [bib]

  • Michelle Fullwood and Suyeon Yun (submitted). Urarina verbal morphology.

Projects