The Authors

Gregory Stump is a professor of linguistics at the University of Kentucky. His principal research area is the theory and typology of complex systems of inflectional morphology. He has published extensively in this area. In Inflectional Morphology: A Theory of Paradigm Structure (Cambridge, 2001), he proposes an innovative theory of inflectional form that is paradigm-based and inferential-realizational in design. In Morphological Typology: From Word to Paradigm (Cambridge, 2013), he and coauthor Raphael A. Finkel develop new methods for measuring the predictability of inflectional paradigms and for assessing the relative complexity of morphological systems.