Felix Anker

PhD student, teaching and research fellow (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter)
Felix Anker
Felix Anker
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+49 3641 9-44882
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07743 Jena

Areas of expertise & research interests

  • Languages of the Caucasus
  • Language typology
  • Syntax of complex clauses
  • Historical linguistics and contact linguistics
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Positions

Since 2019
Teaching and research fellow (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter)

2019
Research assistant in the project “LexCauc – A lexical database for the languages of the Caucasus”

2017–2019
Student assistant in the research project “Documenting Dargi languages in Daghestan - Shiri and Sanzhi”

2015–2018
MA General Linguistics, Otto-Friedrich-University Bamberg

2012–2015
BA German Language, Literature and Cultures; General Linguistics; Archaeology, Otto-Friedrich-University Bamberg


Topic of the dissertation: Topics in the morphosyntax of Caucasian languages

The dissertation is concerned with the morphosyntactic complexity of languages spoken in the Caucasus, especially Northwest- and Northeast Caucasian languages. The main focus will be on the syntax of complex clauses, i.e. complement clauses, relative clauses and adverbial clauses, with regards to their formal and functional properties in order to provide a microtypological/areal analysis. The language data used in the dissertation stem from own fieldwork data as well as from existing corpora.

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Forker, Diana & Felix Anker. Submitted. Hunzib sketch grammar. In Yuri Koryakov, Yury Lander and Timur Maisak (eds.), The Caucasian languages: An international handbook. Berlin: De Gruyter.

Forker, Diana & Felix Anker. 2019. Bridging constructions in Tsezic languages. In Valérie Guérin (ed.), Bridging constructions. Berlin: Language Science Press.

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Anker, Felix. 2019. Experiencer constructions in Tsova-Tush, Talk given at Jenling Linguistics Workshop, University of Jena, 09.02.2019

Bogomolova, Natasha & Felix Anker. 2018. Coding asymmetries in case systems in Nakh-Daghestanian languages, Talk given at Linguistisches Kolloquium “Nullkodierung”, University of Bremen, 18–19.01.2018

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