The doctoral students of CASTLFish are strongly represented  at the 5th Norwegian Graduate Student Conference in Linguistics and Philology held on March 11-12. 

 The conference is funded by the Norwegian Graduate Researcher School in Linguistics and Philology (LingPhil) and organised by Bergen University. This year, it will be held  fully online. A zoom link for joining the conference as an audience member can be provided upon request. 

CASTLFish is represented by Maud, Charlotte, Eirini and Anna, whose talk titles and times are provided below.  

Maud Westendorp: Deviations from asymmetric V2 in Norwegian:Code-switching or variable rules? (Thursday: 14.25)

Anna Katharina Pilsbacher: The German prefix gə-: A typological analysis (Thursday: 16.00)

Charlotte Sant: “Generic” frequency adjectives aren’t generic and “adverbial” frequency

adjectives aren’t adverbial: evidence from Norwegian (Friday: 12.50)

Eirini Apostolopoulou: The evolution of /tr/ in Italiot greek dialects – evidence from long-distance metathesis (Friday: 15.50)



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