I’m the one on bottom.
Hi. Here’s the basic information:
- what I work on:
- semantics and the syntax-semantics interface
- my last name at msu.edu
- associate professor of linguistics
Dept. of Linguistics and Languages
Michigan State University
- office hours (fall ’16):
- Wednesdays 5–6 and Thursdays 2:10–3:00
B-404 Wells Hall
Stuff you can find on this website:
- much of my recent or formerly recent work
- an indication of my research interests
- a few syllabi
- some information about my current and former students
- some links, mostly to linguist-y places
You might also want to visit the Michigan State semantics research group site.
If you’re wondering how to pronounce my name: in IPA, it’s [ˈmɑɹsɪnmɔɹˈzɪki]. This is Anglicized Polish. People who know anything about Polish understandably find it appalling. The non-Anglicized version is [ˈmart͡ɕinmɔˈʐɨt͡ski], but very few people call me that. (If you can’t read IPA, you should take a linguistics course. If you just see a series of boxes due to font problems, don’t assume my name is pronounced as a series of boxes.)
Also, ‘Department of Linguistics and Germanic, Slavic, Asian, and African Languages’ is pronounced ‘Linguistics and Languages’.