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23/10/2022 “L3 English in the German secondary school context: Longitudinal development of bilingual heritage speakers’ multilingual repertoire.” L3 Workshop on Multilingual Language Acquisition, Processing and Use, London, UK, 22.-23. October 2022 [online] (with P. Siemund, T. E. Toprak-Yildiz).
22/10/2022 “The impact of heritage language proficiency on English as an additional language: Disentangling language and cognition.” Multidisciplinary Approaches to Migration and Multilingualism (MAMM2022) Conference, Nicosia, Cyprus, 22.-23. October 2022 [online] (with P. Siemund, T. E. Toprak-Yildiz).
23/09/2022 “‘So I'll need English like good English’ - Functions and use of discourse marker like in UAE English.” 6th LCR Conference, Padua, Italy, 22.-24. September 2019.
17/09/2022 “Teacher voices, teacher actions: Practical aspects of responsive pedagogy in linguistically heterogenous EFL classrooms.” 12th IAM L3 Conference, Zagreb, Croatia, 15.-17. Sept. 2022 (with E. Torgersen & A. Krulatz).
15/09/2022 “Tense and aspect and cross-linguistic influence – Analysis of L2 and L3 learners of English.” 12th IAM L3 Conference, Zagreb, Croatia, 15.-17. Sept. 2022 (with E. Torgersen & A. Krulatz).
29/07/2022

“‘Like English is used everywhere’ – The use of discourse marker like in UAE English.” ICAME43, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 28.-30. July 2022 [online].

12/04/2022 “Teachers' views on perceived non-standard features in L2 English among young Norwegian learners.” 11th International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE|11), Vienna, Austria, 11.-14. April 2022 [online] (with E. Torgersen).
21/12/2021 “‘We use English but not like all the time like.’ – Discourse marker ‘like’ in UAE English.” Invited guest lecture, post-graduate class of Prof. Dr. Dagmar Deuber, English Department, University of Münster, Germany [online].
20/11/2021 “Why are they so similar? The impact of extra-linguistic variables on monolingual and bilingual learners of English.” New Approaches to Bilingualism and Multilingualism and Language Learning/Teaching Conference (BiMuLT), Nicosia, Cyprus, 20.-21. November 2021 [online] (with T.E. Toprak & P. Siemund).
09/09/2021 “Language attitudes in the globalized United Arab Emirates.” International Conference on Language Contact in Times of Globalization, Klagenfurt, Austria, 9.-10. September 2021[online] (with P. Siemund, J. Leimgruber, A. Al-Issa).
10/07/2021 “The ages of pragmatic particles in Colloquial Singapore English: A corpus study based on oral history interviews.” Current Trends in Linguistics Conference, Hamburg, Germany, 9.-10. July 2021 [online] (with L. Li & P. Siemund).
10/07/2021 “‘We use English but not like all the time like.’ – Discourse marker ‘like’ in UAE English.” Current Trends in Linguistics Conference, Hamburg, Germany, 9.-10. July 2021 [online].
09/07/2021 “Managing and investing in hybrid identities in the globalized United Arab Emirates.” Current Trends in Linguistics Conference, Hamburg, Germany, 9.-10. July 2021 [online]  (with P. Siemund, J. Leimgruber, A. Al-Issa).
02/07/2021 “Assessing linguistically and culturally responsive teaching in multilingual contexts.” EuroSLA 30 Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 1.-3. July 2021 [online] (with M. A. Christison, A. Krulatz, E. Torgersen).
01/07/2021 “Does heritage bilingualism impact the acquisition of English as a third language positively? (Counter)Evidence from a large-scale study in Germany.” (Poster). EuroSLA 30 Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 1.-3. July 2021 [online] (with S. Rahbari & P. Siemund).
25/06/2021 “Why are they so similar? The impact of extra-linguistic variables on monolingual and bilingual learners of English.” Conference on Multilingualism (COM), Konstanz, Germany, 23.-25. June 2021 [online] (with T.E. Toprak & P. Siemund).
23/06/2021 “Multilingual lexical transfer breaks monolingual educational norm: Not quite!” Conference on Multilingualism (COM), Konstanz, Germany, 23.-25. June 2021 [online] (with Y. Hasai & P. Siemund).
07/06/2021

“Does bilingualism predict higher proficiency in L3 English? Comparing monolingual and bilingual learners of English.” International conference on foreign language learning: variety, diversity, and interdisciplinarity. Lisbon, Portugal, 7.-8. June 2021 [online] (with S. Rahbari & P. Siemund).

04/06/2021

“‘We use English but not like all the time like.’ – Discourse marker ‘like’ in UAE English.” ISLE 6 Conference, Joensuu, Finland, June 2021.

03/06/2021

“The ages of pragmatic particles in Colloquial Singapore English: A corpus study based on oral history interviews.” ISLE 6 Conference, Joensuu, Finland, 2.-5. June 2021 [online] (with L. Li & P. Siemund).

24/04/2021

“Comparison of L2 and L3 learners of English in Germany: Why is their performance so similar?” 7th Young Linguists’ Meeting in Poznań – Rethinking language and identity in the multilingual world. Poznań, Poland (online), 23.-25. April 2021.

18/03/2021

“Professional development for teachers of multilingual learners: Teacher beliefs, knowledge, and pedagogical practice.” Multilingualism on my mind 2021 – Exploring Multilingualism in Education, Bergen, Norway, 18.-19. March 2021 [online] (with A. Krulatz, M.A. Christison, & Y. Sevinc).

19/02/2021

“The ages of pragmatic particles in Colloquial Singapore English: A corpus study based on oral history interviews.” NWAV Asia-Pacific 6 Conference, Singapore, 17.-20. February 2021 [online] (with L. Li & P. Siemund).

24/01/2020

“The influence of social predictors on lexical transfer and lexical diversity: a longitudinal study of English learner data.” Workshop des Forschungsschwerpunkts Sprachliche Bildung und Mehrsprachigkeit “Educational Linguistics”, Hamburg, Germany, 23.-24. January 2020 (with S. Rahbari & P. Siemund).

16/12/2019

“The acquisition of English in the multilingual classroom. Insights from Germany and Norway.” Invited talk at Colloquium “Critical Issues in Linguistics”, English Department, University of Münster.

29/11/2019

“Fagfornyelsen og flerspråklighet” DEKOM Seminar, Steinkjer, Norway (with E. Torgersen).

13/09/2019  “Lexical diversity and lexical transfer in a longitudinal English learner corpus.” 5th LCR Conference, Warsaw, Poland, 12.-14. September 2019 (with S. Rahbari, P. Siemund).
30/08/2019  “Lexical diversity and lexical transfer in a longitudinal English learner corpus.” 29th Conference of the European Second Language Association, EuroSLA 29, Lund, Sweden, 28.-31. August 2019 (with S. Rahbari & P. Siemund).
07/06/2019

“Cross-linguistic influence in third language acquisition: adverb and adverbial placement in English.” (Poster). L3 Workshop: Multilingual Language Acquisition, Processing and Use, Konstanz, Germany, 7.-8. June 2019 (with K. Feindt, L. Li, S. Rahbari, & P. Siemund).

28/03/2019

“Oral and written production task – Analysis of L2 and L3 learners of English.” CuTLi 2019, Hamburg, Germany, 28.-29. March 2019.

23/11/2018 “Is there a multilingual advantage for unbalanced bilinguals?” MAMP18, Tallinn, Estonia, 22.-23. November 2018.
27/09/2018

“Pronominal object placement in English – A case study of monolingual and bilingual learners.” 11th IAM L3 Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, 13.-15. September 2018 (with R. Bonnie, K. Feindt, S. Rahbari, & P. Siemund).

13/09/2018

“Acquisition and Use of Tense and Aspect in a Foreign Language. A Study on Monolingual and Bilingual Learners of English.” International Summer School on Learner Corpus Research, Bremen, Germany, 27.-31. August 2018.

29/05/2018

“Cross-linguistic influence in third language acquisition.” Invited talk at Romanistik Kolloquium, University of Hamburg.

23/03/2018

“Pronominal object placement in English – A case study of monolingual and bilingual learners.” Current Trends in Linguistics (CuTLi) 2018, Hamburg, Germany, 23.-24. March 2018 (with R. Bonnie, K. Feindt, S. Rahbari, & P. Siemund).

23/03/2018 “Is there a multilingual advantage in the use of tense and aspect for heritage speakers of L3 English?” (Poster). CuTLi 2018, Hamburg, Germany, 23.-24. March 2018.
22/02/2018

“Is there a multilingual advantage in the use of tense and aspect for heritage speakers of L3 English?” Research School Language Contact within Systems and Speakers, Potsdam, Germany, 21.-23. February 2018.

19/10/2017

“Comparing monolingual and bilingual students – A research study on the use of tense and aspect in English.” Invited talk at Hanoi National University of Education. Hanoi, Vietnam.

5/10/2017

“The use of tense and aspect in English texts written by monolingual and bilingual learners of English as a foreign language.” 4th LCR Conference, Bolzano, Italy, 5.-7. October 2017.

18/09/2017

“Pronominal Object Placement.” (Poster). Sprachliche Bildung und Mehrsprachigkeit – Kick-off Meeting 2. Förderphase. Hamburg, Germany, 18.-19. September 2017.

11/09/2017

“Monolingual and bilingual learners of English as a foreign language. A case study of German and Russian native speakers.” 50th SLE Meeting, Zurich, Switzerland, 10.-13. September 2017.

11/02/2017

“MEZ-Mehrsprachigkeitsentwicklung im Zeitverlauf.” Tagung des Forschungsschwer-punkts Sprachliche Bildung und Mehrsprachigkeit. Hamburg, Germany, 10.-11. February 2017 (with H. Brandt, T. Dittmers, N. Dünkel, I. Gogolin, C. Gabriel, Thorsten Klinger, M. Knigge, M. Krause, S. Rahbari, P. Siemund, S. Topal, M. Trebbels, & I. Usanova).

22/01/2017

“One day a father and his son going fishing on the Lake.” – Traceable differences in the use of the progressive aspect in English of learners with differing heritage languages.” CuTLi 2017, Hamburg, Germany, 21.-22. January 2017.

01/09/2016

“Differences in the acquisition and production of English as a foreign language. Study based on multilingual school children growing up in Germany and monolingual German school children.” (Poster). 10th IAM L3 Conference, Vienna, Austria, 1.-3. Sept. 2016.

09/04/2016 

“The quotative use of the impersonal third person plural pronoun in English versus the agentless passive of say – a diachronic genre comparison.” Diachronic Corpora, Genre, and Language Change, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, GB, 8.-9. April 2016.

29/10/2015

“Quotative uses of 3pl-IMPs in Modern English. A diachronic corpus study.” Oberseminar, Otto-Friedrich-University, Bamberg.

11/09/2014 “Modern English human impersonal pronouns in typological perspective.” 47th SLE Meeting, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Polen, 11.-14. Sept. 2014 (with F. Haas).
12/03/2013 “The recent history of human impersonal pronouns in English: A corpus-based approach.” Workshop ‘Impersonal Pronouns’, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena (with F. Haas).

 Participation

2021 R workshop with S. Th. Gries at Justus Liebig University Giessen.
2020 NVivo workshop at NTNU, Trondheim.
2019 ELAN workshop at NTNU, Trondheim.
2018 International summer school on Learner Corpus Research at University of Bremen.
2018 Stata workshop on data imputation at University of Hamburg.
2018 R workshop with S. Th. Gries at University of Reading.
2017-18 Certificate in research and higher education management (HR University of Hamburg).
2017 Workshop: Interoperability of L2 resources and tools (organized by University of Gothenburg and SWE-CLARIN).
2017 R workshop with M. Schweinberger at University of Hamburg.
2017 Workshop: Forschendes Lernen (Research oriented teaching) (University of Hamburg, Hamburger Zentrum für Universitäres Lehren und Lernen (HUL) - Good Teaching Practice)
2016 EXMARaLDA workshop at University of Hamburg.
2015 Digital Image Processing with Adobe Photoshop at Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena.
2013 DGfS Summer School Sprachentwicklung: Evolution, Wandel, Erwerb (Language development: evolution, change, acquisition) at Humboldt University Berlin.
2013 R workshop at Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena.

 Organization

27/08/2019 Organization of the workshop Statistical Modeling with SEM (Structural Equation Modeling), University of Hamburg (with Peter Siemund).
28-28/03/2019 Conference Current Trends in Linguistics (CuTLi) 2019, University of Hamburg, Germany (part of the organizing committee).
4&18/09/2018 Workshop: Statistics with R (2 days, á 4 hours)
23-24/03/2018 Conference Current Trends in Linguistics (CuTLi) 2018, University of Hamburg, Germany (part of the organizing committee).
21-21/01/2017 Conference Current Trends in Linguistics (CuTLi) 2017, University of Hamburg, Germany (part of the organizing committee).