Linn Iren Sjånes Rødvand
The aim of my PhD project is to write a grammatical description of Patani, a language of the South Halmahera-West New Guinea (SHWNG) subgroup of the Austronesian language family, with a special emphasis on clausal organisation. Patani is poorly described, and an important part of the project is therefore to document this language through fieldwork in Indonesia, where it is spoken. This PhD project is affiliated with the research project Where does grammar come from? The cognitive basis of transitivity and grammatical relations.
- Transcribing and coordingating for the LIA Project at the Text Laboratory (UiO)
- Teaching expercience: Norwegian for international students, and seminar teacher in Norwegian as a second language (UiO)
- Master's degree in linguistics from UiO, 2017. Master's thesis: Empirical investigations of grammatical gender in American Heritage Norwegian
Rødvand, Linn Iren Sjånes (2018). Systematic Variation in the Gender System in American Norwegian. In Kühl, Karoline & Petersen, Jan Heegård (Ed.), Selected Proceedings of the 8th Workshop on Immigrant Languages in the Americas (WILA 8). Cascadilla Press. ISSN 978-1-57473-473-7. p. 88–95. Full text in Research Archive
Rødvand, Linn Iren Sjånes (2021). Topicalization in Patani. Show summary
Fyndanis, Valantis; Johannessen, Janne Bondi; Kaldhol, Nina Hagen; Lundquist, Bjørn; Rodina, Yulia & Rødvand, Linn Iren Sjånes [Show all 8 contributors for this article] (2020). Predictive gender processing in L2 adult learners of Norwegian: Effects of L1 (Greek, Russian, Turkish), syntactic and lexical congruency.
Rødvand, Linn Iren Sjånes (2020). Semantics of numeral classifiers in Patani.