Khove or Chava (חוה). She/her. Interested in the historical, social, and anthropological aspects of Jewish language. In linguistic theory, I study the morphosyntactic interface, polysynthesis, and emergent syntactic phenomena. Fan of the Performance-Grammar Correspondence Hypothesis, revised Optimality Theory, Distributed Morphology, the Minimalist Program, and "formal functionalist" ammendments to strong UG based on cognitive processing constraints (a "UG agnostic"). I draw on data principally from English, Icelandic, Yiddish, French, Hebrew, West Greenlandic Inuit, and Te Reo Māori.