Andrea Sims

Associate Professor
Faculty

Dr. Sim's research interests fall primarily in the area of synchronic morphology: paradigms and word-based models, information theory and network theory as they relate to inflectional structure, inflectional defectiveness (a.k.a. paradigmatic gaps) and other form-meaning mismatches, the structure of the lexicon, and cross-linguistic differences in morphological processing. Her area research interests include Croatian (Serbian, Bosnian), Russian, and Modern Greek. She also has an interest in the other South Slavic languages.

Areas of Expertise
  • South Slavic linguistics
Education
  • PhD in Linguistics from The Ohio State University

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