Skip Navigation
Cherlon Ussery

Cherlon Ussery

Education & Professional History

University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), BA; University of South Carolina, MA; University of Massachusetts (Amherst), PhD.

At Carleton since 2009.

As Listed on Department Faculty Pages

Linguistics

Cherlon Ussery received her Ph.D. from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 2009. Cherlon’s research focuses on syntax and the syntax-morphology interface. Cherlon’s current research focuses on a cross-linguistic comparison of case and agreement patterns, with a particular emphasis on Icelandic.

In Spring 2018, she is teaching Introduction to the Theory of Syntax (LING 115) and Topics in Semantics (LING 340). Learn more about Cherlon's research and teaching here.

Humanities Center

Advisory board

Cherlon Ussery has not yet customized this profile.

What is this?

Carleton Faculty, Staff, and Student Profiles give Carls a simple way to communicate their interests and activity to the general public and the campus community. Read more about Carleton Profiles or sign in to view and edit your own profile.