I hold a BA in Science of Language and an MA in Theoretical Linguistics from the Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia (Italy), and a Certificat de Spécialisation en linguistique and a PhD from the Université de Genève (Switzerland). I have a dissertation on the syntax of Northern Italian wh-in situ, accessible here.
I am currently working on the morphosyntax of optional wh-in situ in Romance, supervised by Ur Shlonsky and Giuliano Bocci. My research is supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation, project n° 156160: “Optional Wh In Situ in French Interrogatives: Syntax and Prosody”. More details on the project are available here.
I am interested in everything wh-movement and open to collaborations.
Post-doctoral mobility, University of Cambridge.