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Thomas Olander

Thomas Olander

Associate Professor

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Employments

  • 2015–present: associate professor (non-tenured) in Comparative Indo-European Linguistics, Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics, University of Copenhagen; leader of the project The homeland: In the footprints of the early Indo-Europeans, funded by the Carlsberg Foundation

  • 2014–2015: part-time lecturer in Comparative Indo-European Linguistics, Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics, University of Copenhagen

  • 2012–2013: associate professor (non-tenured) at the project Roots of Europe (funded by the University of Copenhagen as a Programme of Excellence), Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics, University of Copenhagen

  • 2008–2012: postdoc at the project Roots of Europe (funded by the University of Copenhagen as a Programme of Excellence), Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics, University of Copenhagen; project: Proto-Slavic inflectional morphology

  • 2006–2008 Danish lecturer at University of Sofia, Bulgaria

  • 2003–2006: PhD scholar at the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen; project: The Balto-Slavic mobile accent paradigms

  • 2002–2003: teaching assistant at the Department of General and Applied Linguistics, University of Copenhagen

Education

  • DPhil in Comparative Indo-European Linguistics, University of Copenhagen
  • 2011: passed Learning and Teaching in Higher Education programme at the Faculty of Humanities, University of Copenhagen

  • 2006: Ph.D. in Slavic and Baltic historical linguistics, University of Copenhagen

  • 2002: M.A. (mag.art.) in Indo-European Linguistics, University of Copenhageн

  • 2002: awarded gold medal for prize dissertation, Indo-European Linguistics, University of Copenhagen (2001)

  • 1999: B.A. in Indo-European Linguistics and Bulgarian, University of Copenhagen

  • 1994: graduated from Østre Borgerdydskole, Copenhagen

Education

DPhil

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