Emily A. Hanink

Emily A. Hanink

emily.hanink [at] manchester.ac.uk

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Welcome! I am a linguist and a fieldworker.

My research focuses on syntax and its interfaces with morphology and semantics.
I also actively conduct fieldwork on Washo, a North American isolate.


I'm currently a post-doctoral researcher at The University of Manchester. I received
my Ph.D. in 2018 from the University of Chicago Department of Linguistics.

News and upcoming

LSA 95 (virtual): January 2021
1. 'Motivating PossP in thematic subject nominalizations'
2. 'Degreelessness, possession, and categorization in Washo'
(with Andrew Koontz-Garboden)

NELS 51 (UQAM, virtual): November 2020
Special session on indigenous languages of North America
'Possession and categorization in a degreeless language'
(with Andrew Koontz-Garboden)