Within Indo-European studies, the researchers are concerned with the nature of the reconstructed Indo-European proto-language and its development from into the individual Indo-European languages attested at later periods. The main focus is dedicated to the most significant sound changes, the development of the grammatical categories and the common vocabulary.
Relations between Indo-European and non-Indo-European languages in prehistoric Europe constitute a new field of research. By means of cross-disciplinary collaboration with researchers from adjacent fields, the researchers of Indo-European Studies in Copenhagen further aim at disclosing the culture, ethnicity and homeland of the speakers of the Indo-European proto-language.
Roots of Europe
The research in Indo-European takes place at the research centre Roots of Europe - Language, Culture and Migrations.
|Hyllested, Adam||Part-time lecturer||+45 353-29334|
|Höfler, Stefan||Marie Curie Fellow||+45 353-32925|
|Kroonen, Guus||Professor with special responsibilities||+45 353-28370|
|Olander, Thomas||Associate professor||+45 353-35937|
|Rasmussen (Olsen), Birgit Anette||Professor||+45 353-28637|
|Søborg, Tobias Mosbæk||Teaching assistant||+45 353-32277|
|Whitehead, Benedicte Nielsen||Part-time lecturer||+45 353-31351|
Two new postdocs have been awarded a Marie Curie-Skƚodowska scholarship2021.03.03
Project Connecting the Dots has received a grant of 6.2 million DKK2019.12.18
Laura Massetti has received a scholarship of DKK 700.000 from the Carlsberg Foundation2019.12.18
Customs and Cultural Differences in the Academic Environment2019.10.23