Current and former affiliations
- Department of Linguistics, University of Vienna
- Department of Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics, Concordia University
- Department of Linguistics, Harvard University
- Also: the fantastic Word Structure Research Group (McGill/UQÁM, Montréal)
… absolutely not exhaustive. Suggestions?
- (P)IE general:
- TITUS Frankfurt: Thesaurus of texts in ancient Indo-European languages (and more!)
- Ancient Indo-European grammars online: a fantastic project by our colleagues @Göttingen, providing introductory video lectures, grammars, and sample texts of the most important ancient IE languages.
- Early Indo-European online (University of Texas): online lessons in the main early IE languages
- Society for Indo-European Studies/Indogermanische Gesellschaft
- Greek, Latin: Perseus Digital Library (Greek & Latin texts, dictionaries and more)
- Avestan: Avestan Digital Archive
- Hethitologieportal (University of Mainz/University of Würzburg); Hittite texts (photos, transliterations, translations), etc.
- eDiAna Digital Philological-Etymological Dictionary of the Minor Ancient Anatolian Corpus Languages
- Tocharian: CEToM: A Comprehensive Edition of Tocharian Manuscripts
- Old Irish: eDIL (Electronic Dictionary of the Irish Language)
- STARFISH: Sociolinguistic Typology and Responsive Features in Syntactic History: George Walkden’s project wins “best ERC acronym of the decade” award.
- Implicational hierarchies in clausal complementation: Susi Wurmbrand’s FWF project at the University of Vienna
- Two projects on Sanskrit syntax and Indic grammatical traditions by John Lowe (Oxford): Uncovering Sanskrit Syntax and New Ideas for Modern Linguistics from Ancient India
- Faculty of Language: Theoretical/generative/biolinguistics
- Piotr Gąsiorowski blogs about the intricacies of PIE reconstruction
- Asya Pereltsvaig blogs about the languages of the world (ALL OF THEM) and knows everything there is to know about the homeland problem.
- Gillian Ramchand blogs about generative linguistics/syntax/philosophy of language
- George Walkden blogs about “language, chocolate, and occasionally politics”
Live streaming is here to stay, it appears (check out StreamGram, an open access forum for streaming theoretical linguistics talks!). Hearing my own voice is pretty weird, but here goes.
- My talk at DiGS 22 (Konstanz, 2021), “The diachrony of verbal categorizers in Indo-European: where does v come from?“
- Here‘s Dalina and me at BCGL 12 (2019), presenting our work on cross-categorial syncretism and diminutives (starting around 1:21:55).
- Here‘s my BCGL 12 presentation on Greek verbal morphology (starting around 4:42:00).
- Reconstructing selectional properties of derivational morphology at Recent Advances in Comparative Linguistic Reconstruction (2019), convened by the inimitable Nathan Hill.
- … or watch Hannes and me present our joint work on passives in (proto)-Indo-European at ECIEC 36 (here‘s the handout). I was on skype for my part of the talk, but the quality is great, thanks to the organizers!
- A long time ago, Hannes and I presented our work on Greek and Latin verbal governing compounds in *-a:- at the 2012 Copenhagen Fachtagung (published in the proceedings of that conference). Notable trivia: Jay chaired our session.