Professor Douglas Adams
Professor of English at the Department of English, University of Idaho.
Primary fields of interest: Indo-European comparative linguistics and culture as well as Tocharian.
Phone: +1 208-885-6561
Professor Michael Janda
Institut für Indogermanische Sprachwissenschaft, University of Münster.
Primary fields of interest: Indo-European mythology and religion. Professor Janda taught a block seminar on Indo-European mythology.
Phone: +49 (0)251-83 298 71
Professor of Classics and director of the Program in Linguistics at the Department of Classics, Princeton University.
Primary fields of interest: Indo-European language and culture with a particular focus on lexicon and etymology.
Phone: +1 609 258 3954
Lehrstuhl für Indogermanistik, Friedrich Schiller University of Jena. Professor Lühr is also president of the Society of Indo-European Studies.
Primary fields of interest: Germanic philology and comparative linguistics.
Phone: +49 36 41-94 43 81
Professor of Classics at the Department of Classics and Program in Indo-European Studies, University of California, Los Angeles.
Primary fields of interest: Greek and Latin diachronic and comparative linguistics; Indo-European phonology, morphology, and poetics. Professor Vine taught a block seminar on the Italic languages.
Diebold Professor of Comparative Philology, Faculty of Classics and Faculty of Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics, University of Oxford.
Primary fields of interest: Greek and Latin historical and comparative linguistics, Greek dialectology, sociolinguistics of the ancient languages, Indo-European morphology and etymology.
Phone: +44 1865-288318
Annual board meetings
An annual board meeting in Copenhagen was held in the years 2009-2013. Several of the members of the board gave a speach on these occasions:
4 Dec. 2020, 16:01-18:00
Festlig Faglig Fredag: Rasmus Gudmundsen Bjørn, (Old) Balkanic and beyond: Semitoid traits in PIE
13 Nov. - 14 Nov. 2020
Conference: Form and Meaning
6 Nov. 2020, 16:01-18:00
Festlig Faglig Fredag: Aigars Kalniņš, Lettisk komparativ dialektologi og hvad dialektkontinua kan lære os om sprogslægtskab