Sandra Saxov Lamhauge
  • V. U. Hammershaimbs gøta 22, FO-100 Tórshavn

    Faroe Islands

20142023

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Personal profile

Sandra Saxov Lamhauge is a PhD student in linguistics at the University of the Faroe Islands and has been a guest PhD student at the University of Copenhagen. Her PhD is a sociophonetic study of preaspiration and sonorant devoicing in the Faroe Islands.

She has taught a course on Sociophonetic Fieldwork and a summer course in Faroese as a foreign language and is currently teaching a course on Sociolinguistics Fieldwork.

She has also been doing work on language technology, more specifically she has been part of a project developing ASR and language resources for Faroese and a Faroese grapheme-to-morpheme (G2P) model.

Research interests

Faroese Language, Phonetics, Sociophonetics, Sociolinguistics, Second Language Acquisition, The Nordic Languages, Language Technology

Teaching

Sociolinguistic fieldwork

Sociophonetic fieldwork

Summer Course on Faroese as a foreign language

Education/Academic qualification

Master, A Study of the Pronunciation in Faroe-Danish and Gøtu-Danish in two Generations , University of Copenhagen

1 Sept 20141 Jul 2016

Award Date: 1 Jul 2016

Bachelor, A Study on Pronunciation of and Attitudes towards Danish on the Faroe Islands, University of Copenhagen

1 Sept 20111 Jul 2014

Award Date: 1 Jul 2014

PhD, A Sociophonetic Study of preaspiration and sonorant devoicing in Faroese - an understudied subject in an understudied language, Føroyamálsdeildin - Faculty of Faroese Language and Literature

1 Jan 2022 → …

External positions

Guest PhD researcher, University of Copenhagen

1 Sept 202231 May 2023

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