Veronica Schulman received her MA in Language and Linguistics at the University of Manchester. Her MA thesis was Multilingualism in Greece: the case of the Roma.
She then continued on at the University of Manchester, working on the Romani Project and the Anglo-Romani Project. She is currently completing a PhD, which will be a structural analysis of a Greek variety of Romani, mainly focusing on theoretical aspects of language contact. She has been teaching Greek language at local colleges.
Her research interests lie in: Language Contact, Linguistic Convergence, Linguistic Typology, Cognitive Linguistics and Semantics.
Publications and Talks
- 2006. Borrowing & Metatypy in Sofades Romani: The case of local relations. Language Contact and Pragmatics Seminar. The University of Manchester. January
- 2005. Complementation in Greek Romani: A semantic and syntactic approach. Language Contact and Pragmatics Seminar. The University of Manchester. October.
- 2006. The system of loan verb adaptation markers in Sofades Romani (Greece). 7th International Conference on Romani Linguistics. Anthropological Perspectives on the Romani Language.Prague. 14th-16th September