Supervision of BA-/MA-theses

 

On this page you can see who in our department specialises in which areas of research. This list is supposed to help you find suitable supervisors for your BA-/MA-theses. It is split into different research fields, but interdisciplinary theses are of course possible.

Linguistics

Dr. Jessica di Napoli
Phonetics and Phonology
Discourse and Turn-taking

Dr. Jennifer Fest
Language in Media / Newspaper Language
Variational Linguistics
Register Analysis
Methodologies in Linguistics
Language of Sports

Jonas Freiwald
Corpus Linguistics
(Corpus-based) Translation Studies
Contrastive Linguistics
Systemic-Functional Linguistics / Grammar

Dr. Thomas Griffig
Sociolinguistics
Regional and national varieties of English
Pragmatics
Translation Studies
Contrastive Linguistics
Textlinguistics
Cultural Studies
Irish Studies

Arndt Heilmann, M.A.
Eye-Tracking
Psycholinguistics
Cognitive Linguistics
Translation Process Studies
Theses within the project TRICKLET

Dr. Nicole Hützen
Psycholinguistics
Text Linguistics
Cognitive Linguistics (incl. Corpus Linguistics, Register Analysis, Language Acquisition, Discourse Analysis)

PD Dr. Elma Kerz
Second Language Acquisition/Learning
Second Language Processing
Language Assessment
Implicit and explicit Language Learning
Child Language Development
Language Variation

Dr. Timo Lothmann
Applications of metaphor theory in creative writing (incl. poetry) Cognitive approaches to the analysis of historical English texts Blending theory
Eye-tracking and text processing
Fictional worlds

Dr. Rebekah Wegener
Multimodal Analyses (Process-based and experimental studies)
Context and Register
Natural Language Processing
Discourse Analysis
Stylistics (Literature and Linguistics)

Applied Linguistics

Dipl.-Gyml. Julia Dinn
Psycholinguistics
Language Acquisition and Foreign Language Teaching
Media-Based Language Learning
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