Emily A. Hanink

Emily A. Hanink

emily.hanink [at] manchester.ac.uk

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Welcome! I am a linguist and fieldworker.

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

My research focuses on theoretical syntax and its interfaces with semantics and morphology.

My work concerns topics including relativization, clausal embedding, DP structure, degree constructions, and concord/agreement.

Much of my research draws from my fieldwork on Washo (Wá:šiw), an Indigenous language spoken around Lake Tahoe (dáʔaw).
Some of my other research is based on Basaá, Fijian, and German.

News and upcoming

April 2022

Invited talk at ZAS Syntax Circle, Berlin:
The structural cline of derived entities in nominalizations

December 2021

Paper published in Glossa
Same: Structural sources of anaphora and relativization

Paper published in Natural Language & Linguistic Theory
Clausal Embedding in Washo: Complementation vs. modification
(with Ryan Bochnak)