Andrew Wigman is a PhD student at the Centre for Linguistics.
My research is part of the EUROLITHIC project, where I will be focusing on the Italic branch of Indo-european languages. The goal is to use linguistic data about subsistence strategies and metallurgy combined with archaeological data and recent findings from genetics to get a better idea of where speakers of Italic languages came from and who was already there when they arrived.
Prof.dr. Sasha Lubotsky
Dr. Guus Kroonen
B.Sc. Archaeological Science, B.Sc. World Languages Education, B.A. Classics and Ancient Mediterranean Studies: Pennsylvania State University
M.A. Comparative Indoeuropean Linguistics: Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich
- Faculty of Humanities
- Leiden Univ Centre for Linguistics
- LUCL VIET