Marianne Gullberg, professor of psycholinguistics and director of Lund University Humanities Lab. Gullberg studies acquisition and real time language use in adult L2 and multilingual speakers, targeting semantics, discourse, and gesture production and comprehension.
Jonas Granfeldt, professor of French linguistics. Granfeldt has a wide interest in different modes of language acquisition, including comparative work on early bilingualism, child and adult L2 acquisition with a focus on morphosyntax and lexicon, but he also works in educational linguistics focusing on modern languages and foreign language policy.
Maria Graziano, associate professor and educational developer at Lund University Humanities Lab. Graziano’s research targets first language acquisition, and multimodality of communication. In particular she studies gesture-speech relationship from a theoretical, developmental and a cross-linguistic point of view.
Frida Splendido, senior lecturer of Swedish as a second and foreign language. Splendido studies phonetic-phonological aspects of child second language acquisition and bilingual first language acquisition.