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Dr. Thomas Biermeier


Contact

E-mail: thomas.biermeier@web.de

Sprechstunde: nach Vereinbarung

Publications

Biermeier, Thomas. 2008. Word-formation in New Englishes – A Corpus-based Analysis. Berlin, Münster: LIT

Biermeier, Thomas. 2009. “Word-formation in New Englishes. Properties and trends.” In Lucia Siebers and Thomas Hoffmann, eds. World Englishes: Problems – Properties - Prospects. Proceedings of the IAWE conference 2007 in Regensburg. Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Biermeier, Thomas. 2009. “Die Ostdeutsche Galerie in Regensburg als Ort pädagogischer Auseinandersetzung mit deutscher Kunst- und Kulturgeschichte im östlichen Europa.“ In Katrin Boeckh und Roman Smolorz, eds. Osteuropa in Regensburg – Institutionen der Osteuropa-Forschung in Regensburg aus ihrer historischen Perspektive. Regensburger Studien 13, Stadtarchiv Regensburg.

Biermeier, Thomas. 2010. “Word-formation in New Englishes.” In Paul Georg Meyer,  ed. Yearbook of English and American Studies in German – Summaries of Theses and Monographs. Berlin, New York: Mouton De Gruyter.

Biermeier, Thomas. 2010. “Lexical trends in Asian Englishes as documented by the International Corpus of English.” In Philippine Journal of Linguistics. Proceedings of the IAWE conference 2009 in Cebu, 41: 13-32.

Biermeier, Thomas. 2011. “Lexical trends in Philippine English.” In: Ma. Lourdes S. Bautista, ed. Studies of Philippine English: Exploring the Philippine Component of the International Corpus of English. Manila: De La Salle University Centennial Book Series.

Biermeier, Thomas. 2014. "Siebtklässler spielen Geschichte – Eine szenische Stadtführung durch den Lernort Welterbe." In Josef Memminger, ed. Überall Geschichte! – Der Lernort Welterbe: Facetten der Regensburger Geschichtskultur. Regensburg: Friedrich Pustet.

Biermeier, Thomas. 2014. “Compounding and suffixation in World Englishes.” In Sarah Buschfeld, Thomas Hoffmann, Magnus Huber and Alexander Kautzsch, eds. The Evolution of Englishes: The Dynamic Model and beyond. Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Teaching

  • PS English Word-formation (In den Sommersemestern 2006-2012, 2014, 2015)
  • Sprachmittlung (LA vertieft) (In den Wintersemestern 2011/12, 2012/13)
  • Vocabulary in English Language Teaching (Oberkurs Fachdidaktik) (WS 2014/15)


Thomas Brunner


Contact

E-mail: thomas.brunner@sprachlit.uni-regensburg.de

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Publications

Teaching


Dr. Ulrich Miethaner


Contact

E-mail: umiethaner@yahoo.de

Sprechstunde: nach Vereinbarung

Publications

Miethaner, Ulrich. 2000. “Orthographic transcriptions of nonstandard varieties: The case of earlier African American English.” Journal of Sociolinguistics 4: 543-60.

Miethaner, Ulrich. 2001. “The BLUR (Blues Lyrics Collected at the University of Regensburg) corpus: Blues lyricism and the African American literary tradition." Copas II. (http://copas.uni-regensburg.de/index.php/copas/article/view/64/78).

Miethaner, Ulrich. 2004. “The BLUR (Blues Lyrics Collected at the University of Regensburg) corpus: Design and analysis.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Regensburg.

Miethaner, Ulrich. 2005. I Can Look through Muddy . Analyzing Earlier African American English in Blues Lyrics (BLUR). Frankfurt am Main and New York: Peter Lang. Originally Ph.D. dissertation, University of Regensburg 2004.

Schneider, Edgar W. and Ulrich Miethaner. 2006. “When I started to using BLUR. Accounting for unusual verb phrase patterns in an electronic corpus of Earlier African American English.” Journal of English Linguistics 34,3: 233-56.

Miethaner, Ulrich. 2014. “Innovation in Pre-World War II AAVE? Evidence from BLUR". In Sarah Buschfeld, Thomas Hofmann, Magnus Huber and Alexander Kautzsch, eds. The Evolution of Englishes. Amsterdam: Benjamins. 365-85.

Teaching

  • Proseminar "African American English"
  • Sprachmittlung (LA vertieft)

Christina Neuland


Contact

E-mail: christina.neuland@sprachlit.uni-regensburg.de

Sprechstunde: nach Vereinbarung

Publications

Translations

  • Christina Neuland and Florian Schleburg. "A New Old English? The chances of an Anglo-Saxon revival on the Internet." In: The evolution of Englishes. The Dynamic Model and beyond, ed. by Sarah Buschfeld, Thomas Hoffmann, Magnus Huber and Alexander Kautzsch. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 2014, pp. 486-504.
  • Lucy Caldwell: Where They Were Missed. Dt. Sommer in Belfast. Berlin: Parthas, 2006.
  • Peter N. Stearns: Childhood in World History. Dt. Kindheit und Kindsein in der Menschheitsgeschichte. Essen: Magnus, 2007.

Review

  • T. Jones et al., Who Murdered Chaucer? A Medieval Mystery, London 2004, in: Mediävistik 20 (2007), 487-9 (with Florian Schleburg).

Teaching

  • Synchronic English Linguistics (Introduction)
  • Historical Linguistics, Syntax (Proseminar)
  • Phonetic Transcription
  • Translation English-German

CV

  • Born in Regensburg
  • Studied English Linguistics and Greek at Regensburg University
  • Taught English in various institutions and companies
  1. Faculty of Languages, Literature, and Cultures
  2. Department of English and American Studies

English Linguistics

 

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Universität Regensburg
Department of English and American Studies
93040 Regensburg
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