I am a PhD candidate in Ancient Germanic Languages at the Linguistics Department of Ghent University. My scholarly interests range from philology, to etymology and to historical and diachronic morphosyntax, especially in the field of ancient Germanic languages.
I obtained a MA in Foreign Languages and Literatures at Università degli Studi of Perugia (IT) in 2017 with a thesis on the Langobardic lexical relics in the dialects of Umbria. I then obtained a second MA in Comparative Indo-European Linguistics at Leiden University (NL) in 2019, this time on the semantic analysis of the "genitive of negation" in Gothic. My PhD project (FWO fellowship, fundamental research) revolves around the diachronic development of the "genitive of negation" in early Germanic varieties.