Emil Holms Kanal 2, 2300 København S, 22 Bygning 22 (Afsnit 1), Building: 22-4-34
I am working on the internal relationships between the Indo-European language branches, but I am also engaged in many other phonological and morphological aspects of Indo-European linguistics:
- comparative Indo-European linguistics
- reconstruction of the Indo-European proto-language
- linguistic phylogenetics
- the relationship between Indo-Iranian and Greek
- Greek linguistic history
- Indo-Iranian linguistic history
I am further interested in language history of other language families, language variation in general, epigraphy and runology.
The relationship between Indo-Iranian and Greek
Project start: September 1 2020
Supervisor: Thomas Olander
Funded by The Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics as one of the free scholarships of the Faculty of Humanities
In collaboration with Connecting the Dots
My PhD project has the working title The relationship between Greek and Indo-Iranian. I am examining how closely related these two branches are within the Indo-European language family. I am working with different comparative methods and am trying to establish significant innovations shared by the two groups in their phonology and inflectional morphology. I am further interested in linking this hypothetic language state to archaeological material cultures and prehistoric migrations.
I have tought part of the BA-course Greek and Latin language history, and I have supervised BA theses. I am able to supervise exam papers or projecs on Indo-European linguistics, phylogenetics, Greek or Indo-Iranian language history. I am happy to receive inquiries or questions.
Ek […] wraitalaþo: The Proto-Norse strong preterite 1sg ending in light of the Trollhättan II bracteatePoulsen, Simon, 29 Apr 2020, In: NOWELE, North-Western European Language Evolution. 73, 1, p. 21-43 23 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Conference article › Research › peer-review