My main area of interest is syntactic theory and comparative syntax. I have studied various aspects of the syntax of Semitic languages, particularly of Modern Hebrew, e.g., clause structure, null subjects, the form and syntax of nominal expressions, relative clauses and resumptive pronouns.
I have also worked on Romance languages and Romance dialectology and have written on topics such as cliticization, wh-movement and restructuring.
More recently, I have become interested in wh-in-situ phenomena and directed several research project on French and Romance wh-in-situ.
In the last couple of years, I have been working on the syntax of copular constructions.
Here is a list of projects I have received funding for: