Fields of interest
Within the field of Indo-European linguistics, my main areas of interest are the Anatolian, Greek, Italic and Germanic branches, on all linguistic levels and in all time periods.
My PhD research focuses on Anatolian historical linguistics. The aim of my project is to reconstruct the morphology and the lexicon of Proto-Anatolian, the last common ancestor of the Anatolian languages (Hittite, Luwian, Lycian, etc.). The results may serve as the basis for a comparison of Proto-Anatolian and the last common ancestor of the other Indo-European languages, in order to determine how they relate to each other.
Historical grammar of Greek
2004-2008: BA, Classics (specialization: Italic historical linguistics), VU University Amsterdam
2008-2014: MA (cum laude), Research Master Classics and Ancient Civilizations (specialization: Greek historical linguistics), VU University Amsterdam
2008-2015: MA (summa cum laude), Comparative Indo-European Linguistics (specialization: Frisian historical linguistics), Leiden University
2015-pres.: PhD, Proto-Anatolian morphology and lexicon, Leiden University
2011-2014: editor of Beekes, Etymological Dictionary of Greek
2014: editor of Beekes, Pre-Greek: Phonology, Morphology, Lexicon
2014-pres.: editor of Möller, Wörterbuch des saterfriesischen
2015-pres.: editor of Sluiter, Rijksbaron, Grieks/Nederlands Woordenboek
2006-pres.: teacher and tutor of Greek and Latin
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