Jade Jørgen Michael Sandstedt

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Eg er nordisk språkforskar ved Høgskulen i Volda og er for tida også engasjert i to prosjekt, Experimental Approaches to Syntactic Optionality (ExSynOp; 2020–2023) ved Universitetet i Tromsø og fylolingvistiske komponentar innan Nordic Peoples and Plants-prosjektet ved Naturhistorisk Museum, Universitetet i Oslo (2020–2023). Eg jobbar med eit breitt spekter av språkvitskaplege emne, men er spesielt interessert i fonologiske representasjonar, lydendring, norrøn filologi og grammatisk variabilitet i fonologi og syntaks med aukande fokus på grensesnittet mellom syntaks og prosodi.

I am a Nordic linguist at Volda University College and currently also engaged in two projects, Experimental Approaches to Syntactic Optionality (ExSynOp; 2020–2023) at the University of Tromsø as well as phylolinguistic components within the Nordic Peoples and Plants project at the University of Oslo’s Natural History Museum (2020–2023). I am interested in a wide variety of subjects, but especially matters related to phonological representations, sound change, Norse philology, and grammatical variability in phonology and syntax with increasing focus on the syntax-prosody interface. 

Personal webpage: https://jsandstedt.hcommons.org/

Tags: phonology, Old Norse philology, corpus linguistics, linguistic phylogenetics

Publications

  • Lyskawa, Paulina; Sandstedt, Jade Jørgen Michael; Visser, Eline; Young, Nathan Joel & Lundquist, Bjørn (2022). Successes and shortcomings of phonological accounts of Scandinavian object shift. Proceedings of the Linguistic Society of America. doi: 10.3765/plsa.v7i1.5261.
  • Teixidor Toneu, Irene; Kool, Anneleen; Greenhill, Simon J.; Kjesrud, Karoline; Sandstedt, Jade & Manzanilla, Vincent [Show all 7 contributors for this article] (2021). Historical, archaeological and linguistic evidence test the phylogenetic inference of Viking-Age plant use. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences. ISSN 0962-8436. 376(1828). doi: 10.1098/rstb.2020.0086. Full text in Research Archive
  • Sandstedt, Jade (2020). A reanalysis of abstract contrasts and opacity in Bondu-so tongue root harmony. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics. ISSN 2397-1835. 5(1), p. 1–28. doi: 10.5334/gjgl.1126.
  • Sandstedt, Jade (2020). Vowel harmony decay in Old Norwegian. Papers in Historical Phonology. ISSN 2399-6714. 5, p. 11–48. doi: 10.2218/pihph.5.2020.4417.
  • Sandstedt, Jade (2017). Transparency and blocking in Old Norwegian height harmony. Transactions of the Philological Society. ISSN 0079-1636. 115(3), p. 395–417. doi: 10.1111/1467-968X.12113.

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  • Lyskawa, Paulina; Sandstedt, Jade Jørgen Michael; Visser, Eline; Young, Nathan Joel & Lundquist, Bjørn (2022). Successes and shortcomings of phonological accounts of Scandinavian object shift.
  • Jordan, Fiona M.; Teixidor Toneu, Irene; Kool, Anneleen; Kjesrud, Karoline; Sandstedt, Jade Jørgen Michael & Greenhill, Simon J. [Show all 7 contributors for this article] (2021). Angelica and sorrel salad: Ethnobotanical, historical, linguistic and archaeological evidence for Viking-Age plant use.
  • Jordan, Fiona M.; Teixidor Toneu, Irene; Kool, Anneleen; Kjesrud, Karoline; Sandstedt, Jade Jørgen Michael & Greenhill, Simon J. [Show all 7 contributors for this article] (2021). How did the Vikings use plants: Testing phylogenetic inference of past botanical cultures.
  • Kool, Anneleen; Kjesrud, Karoline; Teixidor-Toneu, Irene & Sandstedt, Jade Jørgen (2021). Mennesker og planter i fortid og fremtid. In Høeg, Ove Arbo (Eds.), Planter og tradisjon. Kolofon Forlag AS. ISSN 9788230021743. p. B-1–B-4.
  • Sandstedt, Jade (2018). Feature specifications and contrast in vowel harmony: The orthography and phonology of Old Norwegian height harmony. University of Edinburgh.

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