Cherlon Ussery

22 January 2019

Associate Professor of Linguistics, will receive research and travel support from the Icelandic Research Fund at the Icelandic Centre for Research for the project “Ditransitives in Insular Scandinavian.” The Icelandic Research Fund supports a wide range of science, humanities, and arts research in Iceland, and made 31 grants (to 17% of applicants) in this round of funding. The initial award of 17.5 million Icelandic króna for year 1 (roughly $145,000) is renewable for two additional years. This project is a collaboration with Jóhannes Gísli Jónsson at the University of Iceland, and other faculty and researchers at University of the Faroe Islands, the Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies, Yale University, and the University of Konstanz. The project funds will allow Cherlon to continue her ongoing research centered at the University of Iceland and University of the Faroe Islands.

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