Francesco GardaniAssistant Professor
Francesco Gardani holds a PhD in Linguistics from the University of Vienna (2009) and is currently appointed as an Assistant Professor in the Institute for Romance Languages at WU Wien. He held positions at the University of Vienna and the University of Graz, and was invited as a visiting research fellow in several research institutions. His main areas of research cover morphology, contact linguistics, historical linguistics, Romance linguistics, and linguistic typology. He is the author of Borrowing of Inflectional Morphemes in Language Contact (Peter Lang, 2008) and Dynamics of Morphological Productivity: The Evolution of Noun Classes from Latin to Italian (Brill, 2013).