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Dunstan Brown investigates autonomous morphology, morphology–syntax interaction, and typology. His recent work has focused on describing and understanding different aspects of morphological complexity. After graduating with a BA in Modern Languages and a Master of Linguistics from the University of Manchester, he completed a PhD in Linguistics at the University of Surrey and worked there for many years before taking up a 50th Anniversary Chair at York in 2012.
Period of award: April 2017 to March 2020
Grant: ESRC & AHRC
Investigators: Dunstan Brown, Serge Sagna, Marilyn Vihman
Period of award: February and March 2017
Grant: Newton Fund
Investigators: Dunstan Brown and Serge Sagna
I am happy to supervise research projects on morphology, including computational and theoretical approaches, morphology-syntax interaction and typology.
In 2017-18 I will contribute to teaching on the following modules: