Pedagogy Fellow in Linguistics
Tiffany is a fifth year PhD student in linguistics. Her research is broadly in the area of syntax, syntax-semantics interface, and Chinese linguistics. Her current and past projects include distributivity, disjunction, nominalization, passivization, and locality constraints. She is particularly interested in how sentences are composed in human mind. In Harvard, she TF-ed both graduate level syntax and undergraduate level intro to linguistics courses. She also lectured several tutorials for concentrators in the linguistics department. Originally from Taiwan, she holds a B.A. in Chinese literature and a M.A. in linguistics from National Tsing Hua University. In her spare time, she enjoys exploring new places, cooking, watching NBA games, and playing Pokémon GO.