Presentation and research interests include interaction between grammar knowledge and writing abilities/interest, cross-linguistic patterns of agreement, plain language, and shared governance processes.
IEEE: Transactions on Professional Communication special issue on Plain Language. 2017. (with Natalia Matveeva and Russell Willerton). 60:4.
Moosally, Michelle, and Natalia Matveeva. High-Impact Practices Grant, UHD. 2015, 2014
Moosally, Michelle, and Natalia Matveeva. Major Grant for Community Projects, Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. 2010, 2008.
A Union Function for Coordinate Structures. (With Dr. Kirk Hagen). WCCFL 20 Proceedings. K. Megerdoomian and L. A. Bar-el, eds. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press, 2001.
The Basis for Agreement with Pronouns and Coordinate NPs. The Proceedings from the Main Session of the Chicago Linguistic Society's Thirty-Sixth Meeting. Arika Okrent and John Boyle, eds. Volume 36-1. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society, 2000.
Subject and Object Coordination in Ndebele: An HPSG Approach. WCCFL 18. Sonya Bird et al., eds. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press, 1999.
Rule Ordering: i-umlaut and Back Umlaut in Old English. Texas Linguistic Forum 35: Papers in Phonetics and Phonology. Jabier Elorrieta, Troi Carleton, and Michelle Moosally, eds. Austin, TX: Department of Linguistics, August, 1995.
and Annotated Bibliography of Research on the Use of Style Checkers in
the Computer-Assisted Writing Classroom. (With Dr. Roland Nord). 1993 Proceedings: 40th Annual Conference of the Society for Technical Communication. June, 1993.