Prof. Jˇhanna Bar­dal is awarded a residential fellowship at Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study - Ghent University

onderscheiding Johanna Barddal

onderscheiding Johanna Barddal

Prof. Jˇhanna Bar­dal has been selected for a stay at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIAS-KNAW).

The NIAS Fellowship allows Jˇhanna to work on a specific research project for a period of five months in the spring of the academic year 2019/20. Prof. Bar­dal joined UGent in the fall 2013, bringing with her a prestigious ERC grant to carry out research on the evolution of case, argument structure and alignment in Indo-European.

At NIAS Jˇhanna will be working on subject properties of potential non-nominative subjects in Latin and Ancient Greek , as a part of a larger book project on the syntactic behavior of non-nominative subjects in the early Indo-European languages. The project challenges the standard view that potential non-nominative subjects in the early Indo-European languages are syntactic objects and hence that non-nominative subjects in the modern Indo-European languages are an innovation.

Through this fellowship, Jˇhanna will become part of a carefully selected community of about sixty scholars, artists and writers. Jˇhanna was awarded the fellowship through an external review process on the basis of the quality and innovative value of the research proposal. The success rate of NIAS fellowships is about ten percent.

About NIAS

NIAS - one of the institutes of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) - has made it its mission to provide a physical and intellectual space for advanced research in the humanities and social sciences that is driven by curiosity and cross-discipline collaboration. NIAS is committed to supporting independent research and knowledge exchange in a setting that is both collaborative and multi-disciplinary - breaking down cross-discipline barriers and facilitating innovative advances in the process.

  • More information on the fellowhips is provided on the NIAS website.

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