A Conspiracy Theory for the Loss of V2 in Romance
Sam Wolfe MPhil, MA, PhD (Cantab.) Professor of French and Romance Linguistics, Tutor and Fellow of St Catherine's，University of Oxford
2023-01-20 20:00 至 2023-01-20 22:00
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Sam Wolfefocuses on understanding the nature of grammatical variation, acquisition and change, principally in the Romance languages. Within Romance, he works on both standard and non-standard Romance varieties, with particular interests in French, Occitan, Spanish, and the languages of Italy. Much of his work to date has focused on the early history of the Romance languages, which constitutes a missing link in our understanding of how Latin changed into the Romance languages spoken today.