Dr. phil. Anke Schulz (Universitätslektorin)

Englische Sprachwissenschaft

E-Mailanke.schulz@uni-bremen.de
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Telefon0421 218-68190
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Werdegang ‒ Curriculum Vitae

Juli 2003 Magisterabschluss Anglistik und Romanistik, Universität Bremen

Januar 2006 - Dezember 2010 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin Englische Sprachwissenschaft, Technische Universität Darmstadt 

April 2011 - September 2013 Universitätslektorin mit halber Stelle, Englische Sprachwissenschaft, Universität Bremen 

Oktober 2013 - Dezember 2014 Akademische Rätin auf Zeit mit halber Stelle, Englische Sprachwissenschaft, Universität Bremen

ab Januar 2015 Universitätslektorin mit halber Stelle, unbefristet, Englische Sprachwissenschaft, Universität Bremen

Lehre

Wintersemester 2015-16 

  • S Introduction to English Linguistics I, 10-76-1-102-1e
  • S Grammar Based Methods (SFG), 10-76-2-D/WD-1-102-1f
  • S Grammar (D Modul), 10-76-2-D/WD-1-102-1g
  • S Language and Media (WD Modul), 10-76-2-D/WD-1-102-1e
  • S Plattdeutsch für AnfängerInnen (General Studies), 10-GS-9-01

 Sommersemester 2015 

  • S Key Moments in the Linguistic History of the English-Speaking World, 2x, 10-76-2-103-2b /2cS
  • S Introduction to the Linguistics of Text and Discourse (D Modul), 10-76-4-D/WD-2-102-2c
  • S Comparing English-German Contrasts (D Modul), 10-76-4-D/WD-2-102-2d  
  • Schreibwerkstatt im FB 10, 10-GS-09-14

 Wintersemester 2014-15

  • S Introduction to English Linguistics, 10-76-1-102-1d
  • S Grammar Based Methods (SFG), 10-82-1-LS3-1, 10-76-2-D/WD-1-102-1e
  • S Key topics in Linguistics (D Modul): Pragmatics, 10-76-2-D/WD-1-102-1a
  • S Key topics in Linguistics (WD Modul): Language & Media, 10-76-2-D/WD-1-102-1j
  • Schreibwerkstatt im FB 10, 10-GS-09-14

Sommersemester 2014 

  • S Key Moments in the Linguistic History of the English Speaking World, 10-76-2-103-2a
  • S Introduction to the Linguistics of Text and Discourse, 10-76-4-D/WD-2-102-2a
  • Schreibwerkstatt im FB 10, 10-GS-9-14

Wintersemester 2013-14

  • S Introduction to English Linguistics 1, 10-76-1-102-1d, Evaluation hier einsehbar
  • S Key topics in Linguistics: Grammar, 10-76-2-D/WD-1-102-1d
  • S Grammar Based Methods for Textual Analysis and Critical Reading, 10-82-1-LS3-1 Evaluation hier einsehbar
  • S Key topics in Linguistics: Language and Media, 10-76-2-D/WD-1-102-1g
  • Begleitveranstaltung Sprachwissenschaft, 10-76-6-312-1
  • Schreibwerkstatt im FB 10, 10-GS-09-13

 Sommersemester 2013

  • S Key Moments of the Linguistic History in the English Speaking World, 10-76-2-103-2c
  • S Introduction to English Linguistics II - Empirical methods, 10-76-2-102-2c Evaluation hier einsehbar
  • S Introduction to the Linguistics of Text and Discourse - Cohesion, Rhetorical Structure Theory, 10-82-2-LS1-1
  • Offene Schreibberatung im FB 10

Forschung

Systemic Functional Grammar, contrastive linguistics English-German, computer-mediated communication, corpus linguistics.

Special interest: Die vom Aussterben bedrohte plattdeutsche Sprache. Seit dem Frühjahr 2013 unterrichte ich Plattdeutsch an der Volkshochschule Bremen, Zweigstellen Ost (Vahr) und Nord (Vegesack). Seit dem Wintersemester 2015-16 unterrichte ich Plattdeutsch auch an der Universität Bremen in den General Studies.

Publikationen

Publikationen

Schulz, Anke. 2015. Me, myself and I: A corpus-based, contrastive study of English and German computer-mediated communication from a Systemic Functional perspective. Dissertation. Technische Universität Darmstadt: tuprints. http://tuprints.ulb.tu-darmstadt.de/4614/

Schulz, Anke & Elke Teich. 2012. “The secret life of the negative: An investigation of polarity and modality in a corpus of newsgroup texts”. In Rayson, Paul & Sebastian Hoffmann & Geoffrey Leech (eds.). English Corpus Linguistics: Looking back, Moving forward. Papers from the 30th International Conference on English Language Research on Computerized Corpora (ICAME30). Lancaster, UK, 27-31 May 2009. Amsterdam; New York: Rodopi, 191-204.

Schulz, Anke. 2008. "Tense, modality and polarity: The finite verbal group in English and German newsgroup texts". In Norgaard, Nina (ed.). Systemic Functional Linguistics in Use. Odense Working Papers in Language and Communication Vol. 29, 697-716. http://www.sdu.dk/~/media/Files/Om_SDU/Institutter/ISK/Forskningspublikationer/OWPLC/Nr29/Contents.ashx (20.10.2011) 

Vorträge auf Konferenzen

27.-31-07-2015 The 42nd International Systemic Functional Congress (ISFC), RWTH Aachen, Germany. A corpus-based contrastive study of English and German computer-mediated communication

01. – 03.07.2013 The European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference and Workshop (ESFLCW), University of Coventry, UK. Theorising mode: Theme-rheme structure in analogue and digital texts. 

15. – 29.07.2011 The 38th International Systemic Functional Congress (ISFC), Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal. Theme, modality and negative polarity in a contrastive study of English and German newsgroup texts

14. - 16.09.2010 The 1 st Summer School on Systemic Functional Linguistics, Cardiff University, UK, Posterpräsentation. The annotation of SFL features in a comparable corpus of English and German newsgroup texts

9. - 11.09.2010 The 4 th International Conference on Modality in English (ModE4), Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain. A corpus-based contrastive study of modality in English and German newsgroup texts from a Systemic Functional perspective

9. - 11.07.2010 The 22 nd European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference and Workshop (ESFLCW), Univerza na Primorskem, Koper, Slovenia. It's not easy to be a negation marker: A contrastive study of negativity in English and German newsgroup texts

26. - 30.05.2010 The 31 st Conference of the International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English (ICAME 31), Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen. The secret life of the negative, now revealed

8. - 10.07.2009 The 21 st European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference and Workshop (ESFLCW), Cardiff University, UK. Contrasting choice: Annotation of an English-German corpus

27. - 31.05.2009 The 30 th Conference of the International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English (ICAME 30), Lancaster University, UK. The secret life of the negative: Where does it hide?

07. - 09.07.2008 The 5 th International Contrastive Linguistics Conference (ICLC5), University of Leuven, Belgium. On the outskirts of modality: Exploring the English and German modal verb systems and their interface with future tense

11. - 13.06.2008 The 20 th European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference and Workshop (ESFLCW), University of Helsinki, Finland. No is not enough: An SFL description of negation

26. - 28.09.2007 Die 38. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Angewandte Linguistik (GAL), Universität Hildesheim. Divergence in a corpus of parallel translations of English and German newsgroup texts

23. - 25.07.2007 The 19 th European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference and Workshop (ESFLCW), Universität des Saarlandes. What´s wrong with me? The register of "trouble discourse" in newsgroups

16. - 20.07.2007 The 34 th International Systemic Functional Congress (ISFC), University of Southern Denmark. Tense, modality and polarity: The finite verb phrase in English and German newsgroup texts

19. - 22.06.2006 The 18 th Euro-International Systemic Functional Linguistics Congress and Workshop (ESFLCW), University of Triest (Gorizia), Italy. Diversity in the concept of "body" in parallel translations of English and German newsgroup texts.

Workshops

01. – 03. Juli 2013 The European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference and Workshop (ESFLCW), University of Coventry, UK. Analysing social media using UAM CorpusTool, zusammen mit Mick O’Donnell

15. – 29.07.2011 The 38th International Systemic Functional Congress (ISFC), Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal. Processes and Participant Roles: A Practical Descriptive Framework and a Set of Tools for Analyzing Them in Texts, zusammen mit Prof. Dr. Robin Fawcett

14. - 16.09.2010 The 1 st Summer School on Systemic Functional Linguistics, Cardiff University, UK. Adding Participant Roles to the analysis of texts, zusammen mit Prof. Dr. Robin P. Fawcett

9. - 11.07.2010 The 22 nd European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference and Workshop (ESFLCW), Univerza na Primorskem, Koper, Slovenia. A practical workshop using SFL descriptive frameworks for analysing text-sentences, zusammen mit Prof. Dr. Robin P. Fawcett

Vorträge auf Kolloquien

01.06.2015 Technische Universität Darmstadt, Fachbereich 2, Disputationsvortrag zu meiner Doktorarbeit mit dem Titel Me, myself and I: A corpus-based, contrastive study of English and German computer-mediated communication from a Systemic Functional perspective, eingereicht im August 2014. 

06.05.2015 Universität Bremen, Fachbereich 10, Ringvorlesung Korpuslinguistik, Vortrag zu Korpusannotationen.

15.11.2010 Mainzer Linguistisches Kolloquium, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz. How to be negative. A contrastive study of English and German newsgroup texts from a Systemic Functional Perspective

02.07.2010 Doktorandenkolloquium der Universität des Saarlandes. How to be negative. A comparison of English and German from a functional perspective

13.11.2009 Doktorandenkolloquium der Technischen Universität Darmstadt. The secret life of the negative: Where does it hide?

16.02.2009 Doktorandenkolloquium der Technischen Universität Darmstadt. How to be negative: A comparison of English and German from a functional perspective

06.07.2007 Doktorandenkolloquium der Technischen Universität Darmstadt. Commonality and Divergence in English and German Parallel Translations

28.04.2005 Linguistisches Graduiertenkolloquium, Universität Bremen. Der gender-spezifisch unterschiedliche Sprachgebrauch in parallelen Übersetzungen des Konzepts von Körper/body im Englischen und Deutschen.