Alexander Andrason (PhD in Semitic Languages, University Complutense in Madrid, Spain, 2010) is an Icelandic linguist currently working as a post-doctoral fellow at Stellenbosch University (South Africa), where additionally he is writing his second PhD dissertation in African Languages. He research focuses mainly on the areas of verbal systems, cognitive linguistics, semantics and morphosyntax, grammaticalization theory, typology, modelling of natural languages and complexity theory. His language interests include the Indo-European (Germanic, Slavic and Romance), Semitic and Niger-Congo families. Since 2006, he has been engaged in the documentation and preservation of Vilamovicean, a nearly extinct Germanic language spoken in Poland.

Glossos Contributions

The Polish Component in the VIlamovicean Language in Issue 12