Emily A. Hanink
emily.hanink [at] manchester.ac.uk
CV Research Teaching
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
'DP structure and internally headed relatives in Washo' (in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory) now available online
Sinn und Bedeutung 25 (QMUL, virtual): 'Degreefulness is the result of functional inventory, not a parameter'
(with Ryan Bochnak, Margit Bowler, and Andrew Koontz-Garboden)