Position title: Associate Professor
1068 Van Hise Hall
Spring 2023 Office Hours
In-Person or Remote
11:00am-noon Mondays and Fridays or by appointment
Grant Armstrong’s research centers on the description and analysis of the grammar of different varieties of Spanish and Mayan languages. His focus is on applying generative theories of morphosyntax to Spanish and Mayan languages in addition to language description and documentation.
PhD, Georgetown University
BA, University of California, Berkeley
Armstrong, G. & J.E. MacDonald (eds.) 2021. Unraveling the Complexity of SE. Dordrecht: Springer.
Fábregas, A., V. Acedo-Matellán, G. Armstrong, M.C. Cuervo & I. Pujol Payet (eds.) 2021. The Routledge Handbook of Spanish Morphology. New York: Routledge.
Grant Armstrong’s personal website