Queen's University (Kingston)
Bronwyn Bjorkman is an Associate Professor of Linguistics at Queen's University in Kingston. Her primary research interests focus on the interaction of syntax and morphology, and morphology with phonology, especially in the domain of doubling and verbal periphrasis. She has also worked on the syntax and semantics of tense, aspect, and modality, and on several topics relating to the feature systems underlying pronominal contrasts. She received her PhD in linguistics from MIT in 2011.