I've been busy behind the scenes getting the site more up to date, and am happy to share some of the fruits of my labor today. First off, my list of publications now reflects its most current state, and I've added downloadable versions of everything going back to 2008. If you want something from 2007 or earlier, either let me know or be patient: I plan to add them in due time.
Secondly, I've added a new subsection called Talks, which contains—you'll never guess—a complete list of all my talks. Here too, I've added downloadable versions of handouts and slides going back to 2008. This new subsection should give you a good idea of what I'm currently doing research-wise, especially since my talk-to-paper conversion rate isn't always as high or as fast as I'd like it to be. You'll notice quite a bit of verb clusters and (reverse) dialectometry in my most recent presentations; more on that in a later post. In the meantime, comments or questions about any of this (or even some good ole fashioned hecklin') are most welcome.