French phonology, phonological variation, acquisition of phonology
Historical (Scandinavian) linguistics, morphology, lexicon, word-formation
Old Norse, Norwegian, language change
Open Science, Digital humanities
History of science and intellectual history, predominantly various branches of science and learning in early-modern Europe
The use of Latin in various contexts from antiquity to the present
The genre of biography and related genres in antiquity
History of books, Library History, History of reading, 19th century history, Literacy, Democratisation processes, Media consumption, Sociology of Literature, Digital Humanities etc.