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Lehrstuhl für Englische Sprachwissenschaft

Guest lectures


Past lectures

Prof. Dr. Svenja Kranich

Democratization and the changing English language

12.12.2023

Prof. Dr. Alexander Bergs

Historical sociolinguistics: Limits, risks, and chances

27.07.2023

Prof. Dr. Dominic Watt

From Tweed to Tees: Using the Geographical Association Test (GAT) to test sociophonetic sensitivity among listeners from north-east England

27.07.2023

Prof. Dr. Anita Fetzer

"It's a very good thing to bring democracy erm directly to everybody at home": The strategic use of 'doing ordinariness' in mediated political discourse

06.12.2022

Prof. Dr. Raymond Hickey

Examining ‘Bad Data’: Ego Documents in the History of English

21.06.2022

Dr. Tobias Bernaisch

Random Forests in R: A Practical Introduction

20.05.2022

Dr. Alena Soloshenko and Dr. Fabio Carrella

English Linguistics Thesis Talks

17.05.2022

Dr. Tobias Bernaisch

The Structure of Sri Lankan English: Empirical Perspectives

02.02.2021

Assoc. Prof. Susanne Mohr and Katrin Renkwitz, M.A.

Irish Sign Language (ISL)
 

08.12.20

Prof. Dr. Magnus Huber

The "Old Bailey Corpus" and its potential for the study of Late Modern English

22.01.2020

Prof. Dr. Anita Fetzer

"The question people are asking is this" – The strategic use of references to ordinariness in political discourse

20.11.2018

Prof. Dr. Markus Bieswanger

Applied Linguistics: State of the Art and Concrete Applications

18.06.2018

Prof. Dr. Lawrence Solan

Corpus Linguistics as a Tool in Legal Interpretation

28.11.2017

Gaby Axer, M.A.

Forensic linguistics – Opportunities and challenges

16.11.2017

Prof. Dr. Kate Burridge

"Frequent coarse language" – Swearing and taboo language downunder

27.10.2017

Prof. Dr. Pam Peters

An Antipodean standard – How similar are Australian and New Zealand English in their grammar and style?

29.05.2017

Prof. Dr. Kristin Hanson

"To th' course of alt'ring things"
Formal Innovation and the Meter of Shakespeare's Sonnets

23.05.2017