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Doctoral Research Fellow

Charlotte Sant

Department of Language and Culture
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I have teaching experience from the following courses:

UiT:

  • ENG-1015 Introduction to English Word and Sentence Structure (Spring 2021)

NTNU:

  • ENG1101 English Linguistics
  • ENG1001 Global English
  • ENG1201 Proficiency and Grammar
  • ENG6023 Global English
  • ENG6010 Proficiency
  • ENG6020 Linguistics and Language Acquisition
  • NORD1102 Grammar and Pragmatics (Nordic)


Dronning Mauds Minne Høgskole (substitute grader):

  • BFSTM1043-1 Language, Text and Mathematics

I am a PhD Candidate in Theoretical Linguistics at CASTLFish at the Department of Language and Culture. I am mostly interested in the interface between syntax and semantics, i.e. how words, phrases and sentences work and how meaning is composed in natural languages, with a main focus on English and Scandinavian languages. Topics I have worked the most on include modification, syntactic island violations and event semantics. I have an MA in Comparative Syntax and Semantics from the University of York (under main supervisor George Tsoulas) and a BA in English Language and Literature from NTNU.

I am a member of CASTLFish, Øy(e)Lab (at NTNU), AcqVA (UiT & NTNU) and the Morphology & Syntax Syndicate (Penn State University). Previously I have been involved in the Language and Gene Lineage (LanGeLin) project at the University of York.

  • Sant, Charlotte. Indo-European microvariation in scalar expressions. 42nd Annual Conference of the German Linguistic Society (DGfS): Linguistic Diversity: Theories, Methods, Resources 2020-03-04 - 2020-03-06 2020.

  • Sant, Charlotte. Språkdemping kan kanskje vera bra, ikkje sant?: Ei utforsking av språkdemping i semantikken og som kjønna fenomen. RISS : magasin for studentar og tilsette ved Institutt for nordistikk og litteraturvitskap, Universitetet i Trondheim 2020; Volum 23 (2). ISSN 0806-5063.

  • Putnam, Michael Travis; Sant, Charlotte. (The Lack of) Allomorphy in Mainland Scandinavian Anticausatives. Morphology and Syntax Syndicate Speaker Series 2020-09-21 - 2020.

  • Putnam, Michael Travis; Sant, Charlotte. Lexicalizing modality: voice exponency in the Eigersund (Norwegian) dialect. Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference (GLAC) 2020-04-02 - 2020-04-04 2020.

  • Sant, Charlotte. Norsk fagspråk er undervisaren sitt ansvar. Khrono.no 2019. ISSN 1894-8995.

  • Sant, Charlotte. Linguistic Horizons: Gradability. Babel: the language magazine 2019; Volum 29. ISSN 2051-7297.s 22 - 23.

  • Sant, Charlotte. Gradering av nominale predikat i norsk. Møte om norsk språk (MONS18) 2019-11-27 - 2019-11-29 2019.

  • Sant, Charlotte; Strætkvern, Sunniva Briså; Kush, Dave Whitney. En konstruksjon vi ikke ennå forstår hva er: en korpusstudie av syntaktiske øybrudd i norsk. Møte om norsk språk (MONS18) 2019-11-27 - 2019-11-29 2019.

  • Sant, Charlotte. Nynorsk er ikkje tvang. Khrono.no 2019. ISSN 1894-8995.

  • Sant, Charlotte. 'Very Monday Feeling': The degree modification of complex nominals. Modification of Complex Predicates 2019-05-22 - 2019-05-24 2019.

  • Sant, Charlotte. The degree modification of nouns and the issue of lexical categories. Nouns - between syntax and semantics 2019-03-28 - 2019-03-30 2019.

  • Sant, Charlotte. There is no word for 'thank you' in Dothraki: dei største konstruksjonsspråka i filmverda. RISS : magasin for studentar og tilsette ved Institutt for nordistikk og litteraturvitskap, Universitetet i Trondheim 2018 (1). ISSN 0806-5063.s 52 - 60.

  • Sant, Charlotte. Being 'very student': Gradability of nouns in English and Norwegian.. Edinburgh Linguistics and English Language Postgraduate Conference (LELPGC) 2018-05-04 - 2018-05-06 2018.

  • Sant, Charlotte. The Degree Modification of Multidimensional Predicates. 2018.

  • Sant, Charlotte. "Det er utrolig så rask han er?": An exploration of the Norwegian embedded exclamative. RISS : magasin for studentar og tilsette ved Institutt for nordistikk og litteraturvitskap, Universitetet i Trondheim 2017. ISSN 0806-5063.s 72 - 80.

  • Sant, Charlotte. Å sitje fast i mellomspråket: Perspektiv frå ein vaksen andrespråksinnlærar. RISS : magasin for studentar og tilsette ved Institutt for nordistikk og litteraturvitskap, Universitetet i Trondheim 2017. ISSN 0806-5063.s 93 - 97.

  • Sant, Charlotte. Indo-European microvariation in scalar expressions. 42nd Annual Conference of the German Linguistic Society (DGfS): Linguistic Diversity: Theories, Methods, Resources 2020-03-04 - 2020-03-06 2020.

  • Sant, Charlotte. Språkdemping kan kanskje vera bra, ikkje sant?: Ei utforsking av språkdemping i semantikken og som kjønna fenomen. RISS : magasin for studentar og tilsette ved Institutt for nordistikk og litteraturvitskap, Universitetet i Trondheim 2020; Volum 23 (2). ISSN 0806-5063.

  • Putnam, Michael Travis; Sant, Charlotte. (The Lack of) Allomorphy in Mainland Scandinavian Anticausatives. Morphology and Syntax Syndicate Speaker Series 2020-09-21 - 2020.

  • Putnam, Michael Travis; Sant, Charlotte. Lexicalizing modality: voice exponency in the Eigersund (Norwegian) dialect. Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference (GLAC) 2020-04-02 - 2020-04-04 2020.

  • Sant, Charlotte. Norsk fagspråk er undervisaren sitt ansvar. Khrono.no 2019. ISSN 1894-8995.

  • Sant, Charlotte. Linguistic Horizons: Gradability. Babel: the language magazine 2019; Volum 29. ISSN 2051-7297.s 22 - 23.

  • Sant, Charlotte. Gradering av nominale predikat i norsk. Møte om norsk språk (MONS18) 2019-11-27 - 2019-11-29 2019.

  • Sant, Charlotte; Strætkvern, Sunniva Briså; Kush, Dave Whitney. En konstruksjon vi ikke ennå forstår hva er: en korpusstudie av syntaktiske øybrudd i norsk. Møte om norsk språk (MONS18) 2019-11-27 - 2019-11-29 2019.

  • Sant, Charlotte. Nynorsk er ikkje tvang. Khrono.no 2019. ISSN 1894-8995.

  • Sant, Charlotte. 'Very Monday Feeling': The degree modification of complex nominals. Modification of Complex Predicates 2019-05-22 - 2019-05-24 2019.

  • Sant, Charlotte. The degree modification of nouns and the issue of lexical categories. Nouns - between syntax and semantics 2019-03-28 - 2019-03-30 2019.

  • Sant, Charlotte. There is no word for 'thank you' in Dothraki: dei største konstruksjonsspråka i filmverda. RISS : magasin for studentar og tilsette ved Institutt for nordistikk og litteraturvitskap, Universitetet i Trondheim 2018 (1). ISSN 0806-5063.s 52 - 60.

  • Sant, Charlotte. Being 'very student': Gradability of nouns in English and Norwegian.. Edinburgh Linguistics and English Language Postgraduate Conference (LELPGC) 2018-05-04 - 2018-05-06 2018.

  • Sant, Charlotte. The Degree Modification of Multidimensional Predicates. 2018.

  • Sant, Charlotte. "Det er utrolig så rask han er?": An exploration of the Norwegian embedded exclamative. RISS : magasin for studentar og tilsette ved Institutt for nordistikk og litteraturvitskap, Universitetet i Trondheim 2017. ISSN 0806-5063.s 72 - 80.

  • Sant, Charlotte. Å sitje fast i mellomspråket: Perspektiv frå ein vaksen andrespråksinnlærar. RISS : magasin for studentar og tilsette ved Institutt for nordistikk og litteraturvitskap, Universitetet i Trondheim 2017. ISSN 0806-5063.s 93 - 97.

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