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Last Update: July 18, 2011

Below is a list of some Celtling members and lnguists. If you wish to be included in the directory, please fill out the directory form and your name should be included withing 5-10 business days.

Ball, Martin J.

Languages: Welsh, all Celtic
Interests: child acquisition, dialects, phonology, phonetics, sociolinguistics
Affiliation: École Pratique des Hautes Études (Sorbonne)
E-Mail: mjball@louisiana.edu
Homepage: http://www.ucs.louisiana.edu/~mjb0372/mjball.html
Postal Address:
Dept. Communication Disorrders, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, P.O. Box 43170, Lafayette, LA, 70504-3170, USA

Carnie, Andrew

Languages: Irish, Old Irish, Gaelic, Celtic
Interests: Syntax, Morphology
Affiliation: University of Arizona
E-Mail: carnie@linguistlist.org
Homepage: http://dingo.sbs.arizona.edu/~carnie/

Doyle, Brian

Languages: Irish
Interests: archiving, child language acquisition, second language acquisition, sociolinguistics
Affiliation: Northeastern Illinois University (Graduate Student)
E-Mail: brian@gael-image.com
Homepage: http://www.gael-image.com

Is scoláire iarchéime mé atá sa tóir ar mo M.A. ag Ollscoil Illinois Oirthuaidh i Siceago.
I am a graduate student currently pursuing my M.A. at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago.

Dafis, Nic

Languages: Welsh
Interests: second language acquisition, sociolinguistics
Affiliation: University of Wales, Aberystwyth
E-Mail: nic@maesymorfa.com
Homepage: http://morfablog.com

Guilliot, Nicolas

Languages: All Celtic, Breton, Welsh, Gaelic, Irish, Old Irish
Interests: semantics, syntax

Working on Reconstruction in the syntax of the Breton. Reconstruction is linked to any kind of movement in the structure, and deals with Binding Conditions. Another field of interest is Resumption.

Gwinn, Christopher

Languages: Celtic, Indo-European
Interests: historical, phonology, morphology
E-Mail: sonno3@hotmail.com
Homepage: http://www.christophergwinn.com/celticstudies

Amateur enthusist interested in Celtic and Proto Indo European linguistics.

Hatting, Hans-Werner

Languages: All Celtic
Interests: historical linguistics
Affiliation: Ruhr-Universität Bochum

Interested in Celtic Languages mainly from a historical / comparative Indo-European angle.

Hewitt, Steve

Languages: Breton, Brythonic, Goedelic, all Celtic
Interests: dialects, historical, morphology, phonology, phonetics, sociolinguistics, syntax
Affiliation: École Pratique des Hautes Études (Sorbonne)
E-Mail: s.hewitt@unesco.org
Postal Address: 30 rue Charles Baudelaire, 75012 PARIS, FRANCE

Particular expertise in Breton, which I have spoken fluently for 30 years (Treger dialect). Interested in promoting a better correlation between written Breton and the living dialects. I also speak good Welsh, and have a passing acquaintance with Irish.

Jouitteau, Melanie

Languages: Breton, Celtic
Interests: syntax, morphology, semantics
Affiliation: University of Nantes (Graduate Student)
E-Mail: melaniejouitteau@yahoo.fr
Postal Address: 5, straed Saintonge 44000 NAONED/NANTES, FRANCE

I'm doing a PhD on Breton syntax (key words: V2 vs. VSO, LHM, coordination and relatives clauses, agreement system, derivation of the verbal have, case and argumental structure, nominal properties of the inflected verbs, construct state, rannigs and determiner systems....). I'm interested more generally in transversal celtic and other VSO langages comparisons. (particularly Arabic dialects).

Mac Nessa, Croman

Languages: Goedelic, Cornish, Pictish, Gaulish, Shelta, Celtic
E-Mail: XPrinceHawkX@aol.com
Homepage: http://communities.msn.com/CromansGrove/

Ó Donnaíle, Caoimhín

Languages: Irish, Gaelic, Goedelic, Celtic
Interests: dictionaries, computing issues
Affiliation: Sabhal Mòr Ostaig (SMO)
Homepage: http://www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/~caoimhin/

Gaelic and computing; online dictionaries

Porse, Sten

Languages: Celtic
Interests: historical, general linguistics

My own language is Danish - or rather: a city variant of Jutish. On this I have a first hand knowledge. Concerning the celtic languages I am just an amateur.

Pyatt, Elizabeth J.

Languages: Welsh, Brythonic, all Celtic
Interests: mutation, phonology, morphology, historical, syntax, historical syntax
Affiliation: Harvard University (degree), currently working at Penn State as instructional designer
E-Mail: ejp10@psu.edu
Homepage: http://www.personal.psu.edu/ejp10

One of the great things about the Celtic languages is that you can see how grammars can be radically restructured and reinterpreted, sometime based on one seemingly minor change.

Skilton, St. John

Languages: All Goedelic
Interests: phonology, phonetics, second language acquisition, sociolinguistics
Affiliation: University of Fribourg (Graduate Student)

Survey of Scottish Gaelic in Australia and New Zealand

Stenson, Nancy

Languages: Irish, Goedelic, all Celtic
Interests: Bilingualism and contact phenomena, second language acquisiton, dialects, syntax,morphology, historical linguistics
Affiliation: University of Minnesota
E-Mail: stenson@tc.umn.edu

Stewart, Thomas

Languages: All Goedelic
Interests: Historical linguistics, morphology
Affiliation: University of Louisville
Homepage: http://louisville.academia.edu/ThomasStewart
Postal Address: Division of Humanities
University of Louisville
303 Bingham Humanities
2211 South Brook Street
Louisville, KY 40292 USA

Stifter, David

Languages: Old Irish, Continental
Interests:historical linguistics
Affiliation: University of Vienna
E-Mail: david.stifter@univie.ac.at

Wilford, Edward

Languages: all Celtic
Interests: historical, morphology, syntax
E-Mail: ebw23@cam.ac.uk

Did Master's Thesis on Breton auxiliaries, now beginning a PhD on the Celtic languages.

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