Nina Radkevich
Research Associate

Profile

Biography

Nina Radkevich is a morpho-syntactician who currently works on the LANGELIN project 'Meeting Darwin's last challenge: toward a global tree of human languages and genes' investigating the structure of nominals. Outside the LANGELIN project, she works on syntax and morphology of case and agreement in Nakh-Dagestanian, locality in morphology, null categories.

Career

  • University of York
    2013-present
    Post-Doctoral Researcher
  • Harvard University
    2012-2013
    Post-Doctoral Researcher
  • Harvard University
    2010-2012
    College Fellow
  • University of Connecticut
    Ph.D. in Linguistics, 2010
    "On Location: the structure of case and adpositions"

Departmental roles

  • Post-Doc Representative

Research

Overview

I am currently working on the following research projects:

  • LANGELIN
  • Locality in portmanteaus and allomorphy
  • Nominal allomorphy in Lak (Nakh-Dagestanian)
  • Case and agreement in Archi (Nakh-Dagestanian)
  • Gapping in Lak
  • Nominalizations in Archi
  • Split ergativity in Lak
  • Ergative as structural case in Nakh-Dagestanian

Teaching

Undergraduate

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Contact details

Nina Radkevich
Research Associate
Department of Language and Linguistic Science
Vanbrugh College C Block
Room : V/C/119

Tel: (0)1904 322667