- Syntax–prosody interface
- Phonetics and phonology
- Scandinavian languages
- Norwegian in America
- Corpus linguistics
In my project, I investigate word order variation in the Scandinavian languages. I primarily focus on particle constructions, within the syntax–prosody interface. The aims include elucidating the variation found in the languages, and how these constructions change diachronically.
In January–June 2020, I was a Short-Term Scholar at the Department of Linguistics at University of California, Santa Cruz.
- I have worked mostly with corpus and eye tracking at UiO, and acoustic analysis at former HiOA
- Master's Degree in Linguistics from UiO, 2015. The master's thesis is called Plosivane i Bjerkreim. Ein synkron studie av preaspirasjon og klanglause lenes [Stops in Bjerkreim. A synchronic analysis of preaspiration and voiceless lenes]
- Bachelor's Degree in Japanese Language, with 40 ECTS credits in Linguistics and 40 in Mandarin Chinese from UiO, 2012