Andreas Krogull is a postdoc at the Centre for Linguistics.
I'm a historical sociolinguist with a particular research interest in the history of Dutch. In 2018 I obtained my PhD at the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics (LUCL) with a thesis on the early 19th-century Dutch language policy and its effects on actual language usage. After my first postdoctoral position on an interdisciplinary project on multilingualism at the University of Cambridge, I'm back in Leiden as a postdoc on the NWO-funded project 'Pardon my French? Dutch-French Language Contact in The Netherlands, 1500-1900'. As a lecturer in Dutch linguistics I have taught various courses at both BA and MA level.
Fields of interest
- Historical sociolinguistics
- Language variation and change
- Language contact
- History of Dutch
Postdoctoral researcher on the NWO-funded project 'Pardon my French? Dutch-French Language Contact in The Netherlands, 1500-1900', Leiden University Centre for Linguistics
Postdoctoral research associate on the interdisciplinary AHRC-funded project 'Multilingualism: Empowering Individuals, Transforming Societies' (MEITS), University of Cambridge
PhD candidate on the NWO-funded project 'Going Dutch. The Construction of Dutch in Policy, Practice and Discourse, 1750-1850', Leiden University Centre for Linguistics
BA and MA studies in Germanic languages and cultures (English, Dutch, German), University of Duisburg-Essen
Grants and awards
Academic Year Prize (Academische Jaarprijs) by the Maatschappij der Nederlandse Letterkunde for the best PhD thesis in Dutch linguistics 2017-2018
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