My academic background is in general linguistics, including topics such as syntax, phonology, and discourse analysis. My current research involves computational methods to assist the investigation of linguistic hypotheses in terms of synchrony and diachrony.
Available for (but not limited to):
Classification and regression
Bayesian phylogenetic inference
Agent-based simulation modeling
CNRS researcher of the EA (Ecological Anthropology, UMR 7206) lab at the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle (MNHN) in Paris.
Principal investigator (PI) of the project EVOGRAM: The role of linguistic and non-linguistic factors in the evolution of nominal classification systems (ANR, 166 936 €)
Tang and Dunn. 2020. The evolutionary trends of grammatical gender in Indo-Aryan languages. Language Dynamics and Change. PDF
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