Written Work:

Brown, M. M. & Daily, B. (Eds). (2019). Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.

Brown, M. (2018).  Theories of L3 morphosyntax in the acquisition of grammatical gender in L3 German by Spanish-English bilinguals. Unpublished master’s thesis, Boston University, Boston, MA.

Brown, M. (2017). Differing Roles of L1 and L2 in L3 Acquisition and Cognition: A Study of L3 Code-Mixing. Unpublished graduate research project, Boston University, Boston, MA.

Brown, M. (2016). Theories of Universal Grammar in the Acquisition of Gender and Number Features in L2 French. Unpublished undergraduate honors thesis, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT.

Presentations:

Brown, M. (2019). Grammatical gender acquisition in sequential trilinguals: A test of L3 transfer models. L3 Workshop: Multilingual Language Acquisition, Processing and Use, Konstanz, Germany, June 7.

Brown, M. (2017). Theories of L3 Syntax: Acquisition of Grammatical Gender in L3 German by English/Spanish Bilinguals. Boston University Linguistics Graduate Research Forum, Boston, MA, March 30.

Brown, M. (2016). Theories of Universal Grammar in the Acquisition of Gender and Number Features in L2 French. University of Connecticut Frontiers in Undergraduate Research Exhibition. Storrs, CT. April 9.