Tanya Bondarenko is Assistant Professor of Linguistics at Harvard. Her research interests are in syntax, semantics, and fieldwork. Topics that she worked on include syntax and semantics of clausal embedding and cross-clausal dependencies, A-bar movement, complex agreement systems, veridicality/factivity, polarity, argument and event structure. She has extensive fieldwork experience with Altaic languages (Azeri, Balkar, Buryat, Korean), as well as with Georgian and Javanese, and also often works on Russian. She holds a Ph.D. in Linguistics from MIT.