If you want to read my masters’ dissertation about the degree modification of predicate nouns in English and Norwegian (why can you say, e.g., Cream cheese bagels is so New York?), check me out on Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Charlotte_Sant
The “research” list is divided into three sections: publications, presentations and other work.
- Sant, C. (2018). There is no word for ‘thank you’ in Dothraki: dei største konstruksjonsspråka i filmverda. [There is no word for ‘thank you’ in Dothraki: the greatest constructed languages in the movie world]. Riss tidsskrift for språk og litteratur [Riss Journal of Language and Literature], 52(1), 52-60.
- Sant, C. (2017). “Det er utrolig så rask han er”?: An exploration of the Norwegian embedded exclamative. Riss tidsskrift for språk og litteratur, 50(1), 72-80.
- Sant, C. (2017). Å sitje fast i mellomspråket: perspektiv frå ein vaksen andrespråksinnlærar. [Being stuck in the interlanguage: perspectives from an adult second language learner]. Riss tidsskrift for språk og litteratur, 50(1), 93-97.
- Sant, C. (2019). ‘Very Monday feeling’: the degree modification of complex nominals. Talk held at the Modification of Complex Predicates (MoCP) workshop, Düsseldorf, 22-24 May.
- Sant, C. (2019). Me nem nesa – dothraki som konstruksjonsspråk. [Me nem nesa – Dothraki as a constructed language]. Presentation held Antikvariatet, Trondheim in connection with the event Litterær Salong: Game of Thrones fagkveld med Gengangere (‘Literary Lounge: Game of Thrones academic night with student society Gengangere’) 26 April.
- Sant, C. (2019). The degree modification of nouns and the issue of lexical categories. Presentation held at Sorbonne Université in connection with “Nouns: Between Syntax and Semantics” 28-30 March.
- Sant, C. (2018). Being ‘very student’: Gradability of nouns in English and Norwegian. Presentation held at the University of Edinburgh in connection with Edinburgh LEL PGC 4-6 June.
- Sant, C. (2018). Gradability of nouns in English and Norwegian: a cross-linguistic, cross-categorial approach to gradability. Poster presentation held at the Department of Language and Linguistic Science at the University of York in connection with the Postgraduate Poster Presentation Day 31 May.
- Sant, C. (2018). Gradability of nouns in English and Norwegian. Presentation held for the Syntax and Semantics Research Group at the University of York, 24 May.
- Here is an interview I took part of to show undergraduate students of English at NTNU that a degree in English can lead to an MA in the UK. (The interview is in Norwegian.)