Guest students and researchers


Lynn Anthonissen

Guest doctoral student at Freiburg University from March till May 2015

University of Antwerp / Center for Grammar, Cognition and Typology

EmailLynn.Anthonissen@uantwerpen.be
Webhttps://www.uantwerpen.be/en/staff/lynn-anthonissen/

Forschungsschwerpunkte

Modal Verb Constructions in Second Language Acquisition: A Construction Grammar Approach to Modality in German as a Foreign Language

Axel Bohmann

Guest doctoral student at Freiburg University until fall 2015

The University of Austin at Texas

Emailaxel@bohmann.de

Forschungsschwerpunkte

Discourse Analysis, Sociolinguistics, Linguistic Anthropology

Dr. Elisa Corino

Gastwissenschaftlerin im SNF-Projekt PUNT-IT (Prof. Dr. Angela Ferrari) ab Frühjahr 2016

Dipartimento di Lingue dell’Università di Torino

Emailelisa.corino@unito.it
Webhttp://www.dipartimentolingue.unito.it/corino/oss-home.asp

Forschungsschwerpunkte

ATTI LINGUISTICI E SINTASSI: INTERFACCE IN AMBIENTE PLURILINGUE: La ricerca si propone di approfondire gli studi sulle interfacce fra sintassi e funzioni comunicative in un ambiente plurilingue. Obiettivo primario di indagine sarà un’analisi contrastiva focalizzata sulla costruzione del periodo e sull’architettura del testo italiano da parte di parlanti nativi di una particolare varietà di italiano – quella svizzera - ma anche, e soprattutto, germanofoni e francofoni. Il contesto svizzero ha una funzione catalizzatrice e offre la possibilità di riunire in una stessa situazione comunicativa parlanti provenienti da L1 diverse il cui minimo comune denominatore è l’alta specializzazione in lingua italiana. Si raccoglierà dunque un corpus di dati elicitati durante i corsi di linguistica italiana di cui verranno poi indagate le modalità sintattico-testuali di comunicazione.

Eugenio Goria

Guest doctoral student at Freiburg University from April till July 2015

Università di Pavia

Emaileugenio.goria@gmail.com
Webhttps://unipv.academia.edu/EGoria

Forschungsschwerpunkte

Code switching in Gibraltar. The formation of a mixed code from recurrent bilingual patterns.

Juraj Lukáč

SCIEX fellow at the University of Basel until fall 2015

Department of British and American studies at the University of Prešov, Slovakia

Emailjuraj.lukac@unibas.ch
Webhttps://engsem.unibas.ch/department/people/staff/profile/profile/person/lukac/

Forschungsschwerpunkte

Juraj investigates the patterns in the understandings of (im)politeness within a corpus that consists of e-mail exchanges by Slovak university students with their tutor, conducted both in English and Slovak.

Saija Merke

guest doctoral student until fall 2013

Departement of Finnish, Finno-Ugrian and Scandinavian Studies, University of Helsinki

Emailmerke@mappi.helsinki.fi

Forschungsschwerpunkte

Student-initiated question sequences in Finnish as foreign language classroom interaction

Eleni Mourtou

guest doctoral student until fall 2013

University of Southern Denmark

Emailmourtou@sdu.dk

Forschungsschwerpunkte

Secund. Securing understanding in interactions of hearing-impaired with hearing individuals in institutional settings.

Simona Tomášková

Gastdoktorandin (Utrecht Network Young Reseachers Grant) im Mai 2016

Doktorandin am Lehrstuhl für deutsche Sprache und Literatur (Institut für philologische Studien) der Pädagogische Fakultät der Comenius-Universität in Bratislava

Emailtomaskova28@uniba.sk
Webhttps://www.fedu.uniba.sk/sucasti/katedry/katedra-nemeckeho-jazyka-a-literatury/zamestnanci/mgr-simona-tomaskova/

Forschungsschwerpunkte

Simona Tomášková forscht zu ausgewählten Aspekten des Gesprächs und den Möglichkeiten ihrer Anwendung im DaF-Unterricht. Dabei interessiert sie sich vor allem für gesprächsspezifische Routineformeln und Kollokationen in der gesprochenen Sprache und wie diese für einen kommunikativorientierten und handlungsorientierten Fremdsprachenunterricht operationalsiert werden können, um Lernen einen zielgerichteten und situativgebundene Sprachgebrauch vermitteln zu können.


News

HPCL, HPSL and the GRK 1624 gratulate Bernd Kortmann and his team (Katja Roller und Marten Juskan) on winning the Instructional Development Award 2016. Awarded was the project “FREDDIE (FReiburg English Dialect Database for Instruction and E-learning) – Eine multimediale Plattform für forschendes, korpusbasiertes Lernen.”
If you want to learn more about the project, click here (German version).
The online version of FRED (“Freiburg English Dialect Corpus”) is accessible on the website of the UB Freiburg.

The HPSL was attributed the official Eucor - The European Campus label.

TV-Beitrag (Komi mit russischen Untertiteln) über das Komi-Dokumentationsprojekt der Freiburg Research Group in Saami Studies

Junge Forscher statt alte Studenten (Bericht, uni'campus, 03/2014)

Halten Graduiertenschulen was sie versprechen? (Ute Schulze und Valentin Klotzbücher, Forschung&Lehre 5/14

Pilotstudie Ausbildungs- und Karrierewege Hermann Paul School of Linguistics: Abschlussbericht

Newsletter Issue no. 6: Deutsch

Newsletter Issue no. 5: Deutsch

Newsletter Issue no. 4: English

Newsletter Issue no. 3: English

Newsletter Issue no. 1&2: German English

Scholarships

PhD Scholarships Hermann Paul Scholarships in Linguistics 2014

The Hermann Paul Scholarships in Linguistics 2014 in Freiburg went to Sonya Kinsey and Uliana Schöller. Congratulations!

The Hermann Paul Scholarships in Linguistics 2014 in Basel went to Carolina Spiegel and Burak S. Tekin. Congratulations!

PhD Scholarship Promotionskolleg Empirische Linguistik (PEL) 2014

The PEL scholarship 2014 went to Hanna Thiele. Congratulations!

Upcoming Events

2. August 2017, 9:00 Uhr
Kursprogramm: Überfachliche Kompetenzen HS 17

4.-6. September 2017
GAL-Research School „How do we know? Gesprächsanalytische Methoden zur Analyse von Wissen in der Interaktion"