Kristian Olsen | June 27, 2018
The Nanovic Institute is pleased to welcome seven visiting scholars this summer. Each scholar will work on an independently-designed research project at the Institute and have the opportunity to meet with faculty, students, staff, and administrators throughout the university. More information about the Nanovic Institute’s Visiting Scholar program, along with details about past scholars, can be found at https://nanovic.nd.edu/about/people/visiting-scholars/.
This summer’s visiting scholars include:
Maria Jadwiga Bloch-Trojnar
John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin (Poland)
Associate Professor and Head, Department of Celtic Studies
Bloch-Trojnar is beginning a book project on the English, Polish, and Irish languages. She aims to produce a comprehensive study of verb to noun transposition in these languages. During her visit at the Nanovic Institute, she plans to take advantage of resources on linguistic theorizing at the university library and mine the linguistic data stored there, focusing especially on data about the Irish language.
Pázmány Péter Catholic University (Hungary)
Assistant Professor, Institute of English and American Studies
Read more here.