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Vorträge

 

März 2007   17. Studientag zum Englischen Mittelalter (SEM IX), Zürich, „Alliterative Clusters in Laȝamon's Brut as a Tool for Thematic Emphasis“ (Referent: Prof. Thomas Honegger)

Mai 2007   International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, USA, Sektion „Tradition and Transformation: Vernacular Literature and Oral Composition in Twelfth-Century England“, „Alliterative Clusters in Laȝamon's Brut as a Tool for Thematic Emphasis“

Juli 2008   International Layamon Conference, Powys, Wales, „The Lexical Field 'Warrior' in Laȝamon's Brut ‐ a Comparative Analysis of MS Cotton Caligula A ix and MS Cotton Otho C xiii“

August 2012   International Conference on English Historical Linguistics (ICEHL 17), Zürich, „Nominal Compounds in Laȝamon's Brut in the Lexical Field 'Warrior'”

September 2012   2. Forum Junge Englische Linguistik in Bayern (FJUEL), Augsburg, „Will & Shall in the LAOS Corpus of Older Scots Texts“

Januar 2013   Forschungskolloquium Anglistik - Germanistik - Romanistik, KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, „Will & Shall in the the LAOS Corpus of Older Scots Texts and the SC0 and SC1 Sections of HCOS“

Oktober 2013   Auftaktveranstaltung zum Projekt „Fachwissenschaften und Fachdidaktiken als 'Brückensteine'“, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München, „Farmer Glutton rears sheep but eats mutton - Überlegungen zur Rolle der historischen Sprachwissenschaft im Englischunterricht“

März 2014   16. Studientag zum englischen Mittelalter (SEM XVI), München, „Should and ought in the Paston Letters and the Parsed Corpus of Early English Correspondence: How to tell semantic twins apart“ (Beitrag von Theresa Wannisch, Universität Rostock, Konferenz nach dem Freiburger Modell)

Juli 2014   18. International Conference on English Historical Linguistics (ICEHL), Leuven, „Why Scotsmen will drown and shall not be saved - on the historical development of will and shall in Scots“

März 2015   17. Studientag zum englischen Mittelalter (SEM XVI), Rostock, „Measuring the Fixation of the Canonical Subject Position in Early English“ (Beitrag von Richard Zimmermann, Universität Genf, Konferenz nach dem Freiburger Modell)

Juni 2015   Oberseminar Diachrone Linguistik und anglistische Mediävistik, LMU München, „The Use of the Modal Auxiliaries Will and Shall in Older Scots“

August 2015   11th Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster Conference (FRLSU), University of Western Scotland, Ayr, „Gif Youre Grace Will Command Me with ony Service Ye Sall Fynd Me Obedient: On the Use of Will and Shall in Older Scots If -Clauses“

Juni 2016   Oberseminar Diachrone Linguistik und anglistische Mediävistik, LMU München, „Predictions with Will and Shall in Older Scots and Early Modern English Letters in the Light of Pragmatic and Formulaic Uses“

August 2016   19th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics (ICEHL 19), Essen-Duisburg, „A Comparative Study of the Pragmatic Uses of Will and Shall in Older Scots and Early Modern English Correspondence“

Mai 2017   LMU-UCB Workshop „Language Change for the Worse“, LMU München, „A Change for the Worse: Loss of Number Distinction in the (Standard) English Second Person“ (mit Judith Huber) 

März 2018   Workshop „Lost in Change: Causes and Processes in the Loss of Grammatical Constructions and Categories“, 40. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Sprachwissenschaft, Stuttgart, „Loss of Number in the Standard English Second Person“ (mit Judith Huber)

August 2018   12th Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster Conference (FRLSU), Glasgow University, Glasgow, „The Ausbau of Older Scots and Early Modern English Viewed from a Sociopragmatic Perspective: Evidence from Directive and Commissive Speech Acts in Official Correspondence“

August 2018   20th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics (ICEHL 20), Edinburgh, „Let me Intreat your Excellence that I May Know...: The Use of May and Can in Directive Speech Acts in Older Scots and Early Modern English Correspondence“

September 2018   Sektion „Varieties Meet Histories“, Anglistentag 2018, Bonn, „Divergence in Two Historical Varieties: The Use of Modal Auxiliaries in Commissive and Directive Speech Acts in Older Scots and Early Modern English Letters“

April 2019   Workshop: „Irish English (Corpus) Pragmatics“, Dortmund, „Annotation for Directive Speech Acts in a Corpus of Scottish and English Correspondence (1500–1700)“


Poster

Juni 2007   Posterausstellung der KollegiatInnen auf der internationalen Konferenz des Graduiertenkollegs 516 „Kulturtransfer. Perspektiven eines Forschungsansatzes“, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen, Poster: „Dissertationsprojekt: Laȝamon's Brut between Old English heroic poetry and Middle English romance - a study of the lexical fields 'hero', 'warrior' and 'army'“

Publikationen

Elsweiler, Christine. 2011. Laȝamon's Brut between Old English Heroic Poetry and Middle English Romance. A Study of the Lexical Fields 'Hero', 'Warrior' and 'Knight'. Frankfurt a. Main: Peter Lang.

Elsweiler, Christine. 2013. “The Lexical Field Warrior in Laȝamon's Brut. A Comparative Analysis of the Two Versions.” In: Rosamund Allen, Jane Roberts & Carole Weinberg (Hrsg). Reading Laȝamon's Brut. Approaches and Explorations. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 343–366.

Elsweiler, Christine. 2015. „Farmer Glutton Rears Sheep but Eats Mutton. Zur Rolle der Historischen Sprachwissenschaft im Englischunterricht.“ In: Sabine Anselm & Markus Janka (Hrsg). Vernetzung statt Praxisschock. Konzepte, Ergebnisse, Perspektiven einer innovativen Lehrerbildung durch das Projekt Brückensteine. Göttingen: Edition Ruprecht, 62–80.

Elsweiler, Christine. 2016. “Gif Youre Grace Will Command Me with ony Service Ye Sall Fynd Me Obedient: On the Use of Will and Shall in Older Scots If-Clauses”. Scottish Language 35: 51–83.

Elsweiler, Christine. 2018. “Why Scotsmen Will Drown and Shall Not be Saved: the Historical Development of Will and Shall in Older Scots.” In: Hubert Cuyckens, Hendrik De Smet, Liesbet Heyvaert and Charlotte Maekelberghe (eds). Explorations in English Historical Syntax. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 237–259.

Elsweiler, Christine. 2019. “Pragmatic and Formulaic Uses of Shall and Will in Older Scots and Early Modern English Official Letter Writing.” In: Birte Bös and Claudia Claridge. Norms and Conventions in the History of English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 167–190.

Elsweiler, Christine and Judith Huber. forthcoming. “Loss of Number in the English Second Person Pronoun: A Change for the Worse, but Due to a Change for the Better?” In: Dankmar Enke, Thilo Weber, Larry Hyman, Johanna Nichols and Guido Seiler. Papers Emanating from the Workshop “Language Change for the Worse”.

Rezensionen

Dan Embree, Edward Donald Kennedy and Kathleen Daly (eds.). Short Scottish Prose Chronicles: La Vraie Cronicque d’Escoce, The Scottis Originale, The Chronicle of the Scots, The Ynglis Chronicle, Nomina Omnium Regum Scotorum, The Brevis Chronica, The St Andrews Chronicle. Latin translations by Susan Edgington. Medieval Chronicles 5. Woodbridge: Boydell, 2012, ix + 395 pp., in Anglia 132.2 (2014).

Wendy Anderson (ed.). Language in Scotland. Corpus-based Studies. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2013, 299 pp., und John M. Kirk and Iseabail Macleod (eds.). Scots: Studies in its Literature and Language. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2013, 309 pp., in Anglia 132.4 (2014).

Juana I. Marín-Arrese, Marta Carretero, Jorge Arús Hita and Johan van der Auwera (eds.). English Modality: Core, Periphery and Evidentiality. Topics in English Linguistics 81. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter Mouton, 2013, ix + 449 pp., in Anglia 134.1 (2016).

Eva von Contzen. The Scottish Legendary: Towards a Poetics of Hagiographic Narration. The Manchester Medieval Literature and Culture Series. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016, x + 268 pp., in Anglia 136.2 (2018).


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