Scott Shell

Scott Shell

GSI

scott.shell@berkeley.edu

Office: 5410

Office Hours: MW 10:00-11:00

In addition to being a doctoral student at UC Berkeley, I received my MA in Linguistics (2014) and BA in German (2010) from Wayne State University. My MA essay successfully discussed and defended in a theoretical framework how and why it is necessary to embed a gender phrase beneath a determiner phrase in the German language. My current research interests are theoretical syntax, contact linguistics, and runology.

Publications

“On Dual Gender Nouns in German and Syntactic Theory”. Interdisciplinary Journal for Germanic Linguistics and Semiotic Analysis. Under review.

Research Areas

Theoretical syntax, contact linguistics, runology