Assistant professor of Classics Chair, Classical Studies Program, Willamette University.
Primary fields of interest: Greek and Middle Eastern culture and religion. In 2009, Dr Bachvarova visited the project to teach a block seminar entitled The roots of epic and tragedy - the Near Eastern component in literary genres of antiquity.
Phone: +1 503-370-6984
Institut für Altertumswissenschaften, University of Würzburg.
Primary fields of interest: Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, and Germanic with a particular focus on morphology (derivation and suppletion). In 2009, Dr Casaretto visited the project to teach a block seminar entitled Gothic Word Formation.
Professor Michael Janda
Institut für Indogermanische Sprachwissenschaft, University of Münster.
Primary fields of interest: Indo-European mythology and religion. In 2010 professor Janda taught the block seminar Greek and Indo-European Religion.
Phone: +49 (0)251-83 298 71
- Professor Brian Joseph
Ohio State University:
In 2010 Professor Joseph taught the block seminar Albanian in Indo-European, Albanian in the Balkans: Archaisms and Innovations.
Professor at the Department of Indo-European and General Linguistics, University of Freiburg.
Primary fields of interest: the historical phonology of Indo-European as well as other languages. Professor Kümmel will teach a block seminar on Indo-European phonology. Professor Kümmel visited the project in 2011 teaching the block seminar Problems in Indo-European Phonology.
Phone: +49 761 2033166
Professor Alan Nussbaum
Professor of Classics and Lingusistics at the Department of Classics, Cornell University.
Primary fields of interest: Indo-European inflectional and derivational morphology as well as Greek and Latin diachronic and comparative linguistics. Professor Nussbaum will teach a block seminar on Indo-European morphology. Professor Nussbaum visited the project in 2010 teaching the block seminar Morphology and Semantics of Some Indo-European Denominal
Derivational Types .
Phone: +1 (607) 255-8331
Professor at the Institut für Orientalistik und Sprachwissenschaft, Philipps-Universität Marburg.
Primary fields of interest: nominal word formation and Anatolian diachronic and comparative linguistics. Professor Rieken will teach a block seminar on nominal word formation. Professor Rieken visited the project in 2010 giving a speech at the block seminar Analtolian spring in Copenhagen.
Phone: +49 (6421) 28-24785
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 visited the project to teach the block seminar Studies in Latin etymology and phonology.