My name is Anne Kruijt. I am a PhD student at the department of Languages at the University of Verona, Italy. I have a Research MA in Linguistics (2017) at Leiden University, the Netherlands.
I am currently working on the case systems of the Germanic minority languages in the region of South Tyrol. I am working through VinKo, a website which uses crowd-sourced data collection methods for collecting oral data from a large variety of language variants and speech communities in the South Tyrolean area.
During my Master, I worked on the ablative clitic of Iraqw, and I hope to return to Tanzania for research in the (not too distant) future. I am currently involved in the RVN network by co-authoring the Riftology website and Facebook page (don’t forget to like us!).
My research interests include language description, morphology, language endangerment, and the use of digital tools for language documentation.