As part of my PhD project at York, I am exploring the sequential, prosodic and embodied design of (dis)association in interaction, focusing on the tension between independent and distributed agency, employing the theory and methods of Conversation Analysis and Interactional Linguistics.

I am currently a member of the Centre for Advanced Studies on Language and Communication (CASLC).

In Argentina, I have done independent and team research on prosody-discourse interfaces in English, and on the teaching of prosodic configurations of different speech genres from the perspectives of Systemic Functional Linguistics and Discourse Intonation. I have collaborated briefly with a research team on grammar and interaction in Riverplate Spanish.

Past research activities


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