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International Society of Anglo-Saxonists, Eighth Conference
Palermo, 7-12 July, 1997
"The Gospel-Lectionary in Anglo-Saxon England: Manuscript Evidence and Liturgical Practice"

International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Tenth Conference
Düsseldorf, 10-17 August, 1997
"Soþlice and witodlice: Discourse Markers in Old English"

Words, Lexemes, Concepts – Approaches to the Lexicon.
Symposium in Honour of Leonhard Lipka on the Occasion of his 60th Birthday
München, 13. – 15. Juni, 1998
"gerles, girls, grrrlz – Girlpower!"

International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, Tenth Conference
Manchester, 21-28 August, 1998
"Social Networks in Old English – the Benedictine Reform, the ‘Winchester Vocabulary’ and Standardisation in Old English"

New Reflections on Grammaticalization. An International Symposium
Potsdam, 17-19 June, 1999
"Actually: soþlice, soothly, trewely, indeed – Grammaticalization of Truth-intensifying Adverbs in the History of English"

Ritual and Belief in Anglo-Saxon England
Oxford, 7-9 July, 2000
"Gospel Lections and Preaching in the Vernacular in the Anglo-Saxon Period"

International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, Eleventh Conference
Santiago de Compostela, 7-11 September, 2000
"Is it, stylewise or otherwise, wise to use wise? Domain adverbs and the history of English -wise"

International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, Twelfth Conference
Glasgow, 22-26 August, 2002
Workshop on Historical Pragmatics
"soþlice, forsothe, truly: Truth, Facts, Adverbs and Historical Pragmatics"

International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, Twelfth Conference
Glasgow, 22-26 August, 2002
"Conjuncts: their semantic and functional development in the history of English"

Gastvortrag Universität Innsbruck, Österreich, 21. November 2002
"Conjuncts in the History of English"

Halig Rod – The Cross in Anglo-Saxon England
Winchester, 4-6 July, 2003
"The Sign of the Cross and the Gospels in Anglo-Saxon England – a semiotic study of words denoting CROSS in Old English"

Englische Sprachwissenschaft und Mediävistik: Standpunkte und Perspektiven
Bamberg, 21.-22. Mai 2004
Statements, Leitung der Abschlussdiskussion

Englische Sprachwissenschaft und Mediävistik: Standpunkte und Perspektiven
Bamberg, 21.-22. Mai 2004
[zusammen mit Hans Sauer] "Das englische Mittelalter im Film"

XIII International Conference on English Historical Linguistics Wien, 2004
Convenor: Workshop "Clausal Connection in the History of English"
(together with Dr. Anneli Meurman-Solin, University of Helsinki)

Anglistentag Aachen 2004, 26.- 29. September 2004
Sektion: “England in the Middle Ages: Language, Literature, and Culture”
"Forhwi hence: Shifting Deictics in Early English Causal Connection"

Anglistentag Bamberg 2005, 18.-21. September 2005
Organisation, Leitung und Einführungsvortrag der Sektion "Modern English in the Making" (zusammen mit Prof. Dr. Marianne Hundt, Universität Heidelberg)

XIV International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, Bergamo, 24. August 2006
"Sentence-final Coordinators and Long-term Linguistic Change in English"

Oxford, OED Forum, 30. März 2007
"After all – moreover – swaþeahhwæþere: the Present and Past of Adverbial Connectors"

10. LIPP-Symposium "Sprachwandel und Variation", LMU München, 9. November 2007
"Forþæm, hence, after all: Variation und Sprachwandel in der Geschichte kausaler Konnektoren des Englischen

LMU München, 10. Juli 2008, Vorlesungsreihe des Zentrums für Mittelalter- und Renaissance-Forschung
"Der Artus-Mythos im Film"

Anglistentag Tübingen, 5. Oktober 2008, Sektion "Borders and Transitions in Language, Literature and Culture" (Organisatoren: Andrew James Johnston, Hans Sauer)
"The Language Divide – The Long Nineteenth Century from a Linguistic Point of View"

Gastvortrag, Universität Erlangen, 12. Januar 2009
"Forþæm, hence, after all: Variation und Sprachwandel in der Geschichte kausaler Konnektoren des Englischen"

Workshop “Connectives in synchrony and diachrony in European languages”, Helsinki, 16 April 2010 (keynote lecture)
„A focus on adverbial connectors: connecting and focussing in the history of English“

Gastvortrag, Universität Göttingen, 31. Mai 2010
"Der Artus-Mythos im Film"

Interdisziplinäre Ringvorlesung "K'Universale" "Scheitern", KU Eichstätt, 28. November 2011
„Gescheiterte Kommunikation. Missverstehen und Missverständnisse“

17 ICEHL, Zürich, 23. August 2012
(zusammen mit Lucia Kornexl) "Disentangling “an enduring myth”: The lexical ‘animal-meat’ divide in English as a model case for the dynamics of borrowing"

Plenarvortrag ICEHL 17 Zürich 2012, Universität Zürich, 23. August 2012 (invited speaker)
"Knitting and Splitting Information: Medial Placement of Adverbials in the History of English"

The Subcarpathian Studies in English Language, Literature and Culture; The 3rd Rzeszów Anglistentag, Rzeszów, 22. April 2013 (Plenarvortrag)
"'Waiter, there's a horse in my Lasagna': Animals and their Meats in the History of English"

Gastvorträge, Universität Augsburg, 15. Januar 2014, Universität Würzburg, 11. November 2014
"Wenn Konnektoren spalten: zur Mittelstellung von Adverbien im Englischen"

International Society of Anglo-Saxonists ISAS 2015, Glasgow, 7. August 2015
"Anglo-Saxon Microtexts: Language and Communicative Functions"

Linguistisches Kolloquium, LMU München, 9. Dezember 2015
"Wenn Konnektoren spalten: zur Prosodie von Adverbien in Mittelstellung im Englischen"

Leeds, Medieval Conference „Feast and Famine“, 4. Juli 2016
Roundtable Discussion organized by the Graduate Student Committee of the Medieval Academy of America: “More Famine than Feast? Preparing for the Academic Job Search”

ICEHL Duisburg-Essen, (Workshop; Intersubjectivity and the emergence of grammatical patterns in the history of English; convenors: Sylvie Hancil / Alexander Haselow), 23. August 2016
You may have a point there: On the development of intersubjective there”


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