Matthew Tyler

Me in Philadelphia (not where I live).


04/01/22: Slides for mine and Richard Stockwell’s LSA 2022 talk “Causative VP omission in English

04/01/22: My LSA 2022 poster “CP complements of ernominalizations in English

29/10/21: Materials for my NELS poster “The Case OCP in Choctaw (OSF page)

14/10/21: Handout for my talk at Leiden Comparative Syntax: “Switch-reference and big PRO

06/10/21: Mine and Aaron Broadwell’s WSCLA 25 proceedings paper “Prosodic words across large domains in Choctaw

About me

Hi! I am a Junior Research Fellow in linguistics at Christ’s College, Cambridge. I work on syntax and its interfaces with morphology, semantics, phonology and the lexicon.

I completed my PhD at Yale University in 2020. My dissertation “Argument structure and argument-marking in Choctaw” looks at argument structure and its semantic and morphological correlates in Choctaw, a Muskogean language spoken in Mississippi and Oklahoma. As part of the research, I’ve spent time at the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians reservation, working with speakers to document and analyze the language.

Here’s my CV.

mt516 [at] cam [dot] ac [dot] uk