My name is Madeline. I’m currently a M.S. student in General Linguistics at Georgetown University. I received my B.A. in Linguistics and Japanese at the University of Rochester.

Outside of linguistics, I specialize in data analysis and visualization, most recently done for Student Veterans of America.


At Rochester, I was associated with the Human Language Processing Lab and the Kinder Lab.

I studied abroad at Nanzan University in Nagoya, Japan in Fall 2016.

I grew up in southern Maine so I know about snow, but I don’t ski so I’m not sure what kind of Mainer I am. I sometimes use “wicked” as a synonym for “very” and I usually pronounce the word “both” like [bolθ], but the latter isn’t a Maine thing; it’s just me throwing laterals in weird places.