Miriam Bouzouita
Email: Miriam.Bouzouita@UGent.be

Miriam Bouzouita obtained a PhD in Linguistics at King's College London (United Kingdom) in 2009 with a dissertation on the clitic placement in the history of Spanish. She then received a Juan de la Cierva Fellowship to work on Old Spanish Left-Periphery phenomena at the Universitat de les Illes Balears (Spain) in the Biblia Medieval research group. In 2010 she started working at the University of Cambridge first as a postdoctoral researcher (José Castillejo Fellowship) and then as an Affiliated Lecturer. She became a Lecturer in Hispanic Linguistics at Queen Mary, University of London (United Kingdom) in 2011 and a year later she moved to Ghent University.

Her scholarly interests range from Hispanic philology, (Ibero-)Romance historical linguistics and dialectology to formal linguistics (Dynamic Syntax). She has published extensively on the grammaticalisation of clitic pronouns and Left-Periphery phenomena (e.g. Clitic Left Dislocations and Hanging Topic Left-Dislocations) in Spanish. She coordinates the Diachronic and Diatopic Linguistics (DiaLing) research group at UGent. Since 2012, she has been participating in dialectological fieldwork in Spain with the COSER group of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (http://www.corpusrural.es/). She is currently also heading a research project on the grammatical variation in spatial adverbial constructions in Peninsular Spanish dialects.

Please find her full research profile here

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