Say Hello to Dan Goodhue

Welcome to Daniel Goodhue, who we are lucky to have joining us as a postdoc. Dan got his PhD in winter 2018 from McGill, under supervisors Michael Wagner, Bernard Schwarz and Luis Alonso-Ovalle, with a thesis "On asking and answering biased polar questions." Since then he has been a postdoctoral researcher in Paris at the École Normale Supérieure, in the psycholinguistics laboratory of the department of Cognitive Science, nearby our own 2017 alum Rachel Dudley. Dan's research is in semantics and pragmatics, and their relation to syntax and prosody. While here he will develop work in the intersection between semantics and acquisition, under the guidance of Valentine Hacquard and Jeffrey Lidz, and with the customary assistance of everybody else!