Associate Professor of Linguistics
Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Amherst
B-404 Wells Hall
Marcin Morzycki's principal research interests are in formal semantics and the syntax-semantics interface. Much of his work focuses on issues in the grammar of modification, including the lexical semantics of various modifiers, the nature of the distinction between modifiers and arguments, how the syntactic position of modifiers affects their interpretation, how classes of modifiers vary from each other, and what generalizations about modifier semantics hold across syntactic categories. He has held positions at Hampshire College and at the University of Quebec at Montreal.