In preparation. A Comparative Grammar of Southern Lazio Varieties. Manuscript, Trinity College Dublin.

Journal Articles

In review. The rise of C-systems from Latin to Romance: a micro-diachronic change.  Submitted for publication.

To appear. Criterial positions as diagnostics in Italo-Romance: some highs and lows. Revue roumaine de linguistique.

2018. La doppia serie di complementatori nei dialetti del Lazio meridionale: un approccio microparametrico. Revue de Linguistique Romane, 82:65-91. 

2018. On Factivity: speculations on the split-CP in Upper-Southern Italian Dialects, Generative Grammar @ Geneva, 11:70-86, Special issue ed. by G. Samo, K. Martini, & G. Bocci, University of Geneva. 


Book Chapters

2018. Matrix complementizers in Italo-Romance, in S. Cruschina, A. Ledgeway and E. Remberger (eds.), Italian Dialectology at the Interface. Amsterdam: John Benjamins (with Giuseppina Silvestri)

2017. Towards a microparameter C-hierarchy in Italo-Romance, in G. Pană Dindelegan, R. Zafiu, A. Dragomirescu, A. Nicolae, I. Nicula Paraschiv (eds.), Romance Syntax. Comparative and diachronic perspectives. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 


Conference Proceedings

in press [2019]. Spatial and discourse deixis and the speech act structure of nominals, Proceedings of the Canadian Linguistic Association Annual Meeting (CLA), 1-3 June 2019, Vancouver BC (with Martina Wiltschko).

2017. On Triple Complementation in Southern Lazio dialects, in Proceedings of Structure, Use and Meaning, University of Brasov, 21-24 September 2016. 



2018. Romance morphosyntactic microvariation in complementizer and auxiliary systems. Doctoral dissertation, University of Cambridge.

2015. The Complementizer system of Cepranese. MPhil dissertation, University of Cambridge.

2011. Condizioni sociolinguistiche del mutamento fonologico: il caso di Ceprano. MA dissertation, ‘Sapienza’ University of Rome.

2008. Il confine linguistico della metafonesi ciociara vs. campana: i dati di Ceprano. BA Dissertation, ‘Sapienza’ University of Rome.