Dr. phil. Anke Schulz (Universitätslektorin)

Englische Sprachwissenschaft

E-Mailanke.schulz@uni-bremen.de
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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

Juni 2015 Promotion zum Doctor philosophiae (Dr. phil), Technische Universität Darmstadt

Februar 2013 – Dezember 2016 Wissenschaftliche Angestellte im Projekt „ForstA – Forschend studieren von Anfang an – Heterogenität als Potenzial“

Januar 2017 – Dezember 2020 Wissenschaftliche Angestellte im Projekt „ForstA – Forschend studieren von Anfang an – Heterogenität als Potenzial (ForstA integriert)“

ab April 2018 Wissenschaftliche Angestellte mit einer Viertel Stelle unbefristet, Studienzentrum des FB 10

Lehre

WiSe 17-18

  • Introduction to English Linguistics I, 10-76-1-BB-02 Evaluation hier einsehbar
  • Key topics in Linguistics (D Modul): Applied Linguistics, 10-76-3-D1-01
  • Key topics in Linguistics (D Modul): Systemic Functional Grammar, 10-76-3-D1-02
  • Key topics in Linguistics (WD Modul): Language and Media, 10-76-3-WD1-01

SoSe 17

  • Key Moments of the Linguistic History in the English Speaking World, 10-76-2-C-01
  • Key Moments of the Linguistic History in the English Speaking World, 10-76-2-C-02
  • Key topics in Linguistics (D Modul): English-German contrasts, 10-76-4-D2b-5
  • Key topics in Linguistics (WD Modul): Linguistic analysis of literary texts, 10-76-4-WD2-3
  • Begleitveranstaltung Sprachwissenschaft, 10-76-6-AP-06

WiSe 16-17

  • Introduction to English Linguistics 1, 10-76-1-BB-02
  • Key topics in Linguistics (D Modul): Pragmatics, 10-76-3-D1-03
  • Key topics in Linguistics (D Modul): Applied Linguistics, 10-76-3-D1-05
  • Key topics in Linguistics (WD Modul): Language and Media, 10-76-3-WD1-05
  • Begleitveranstaltung Sprachwissenschaft, 10-76-6-AP-01

SoSe 16

  • Key Moments in the Linguistic History of the English Speaking World, 10-76-2-103-2a
  • Key Moments in the Linguistic History of the English Speaking World, 10-76-2-103-2b
  • Key topics (D Modul): Comparing English-German contrasts, 10-76-4-D/WD-2-102-2d
  • General Studies: Plattdeutsch 2, 10-GS-9-01

WiSe 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

SoSe 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

WiSe 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

Forschung

Corpus Linguistics, Stylistics, Systemic Functional Grammar, Contrastive Linguistics English-German, Critical Discourse Analysis, Critical Weight Studies / Fat Studies

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 gelegentlich auch an der Universität Bremen in den General Studies.

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

24. – 28.07.2017 Corpus Linguistics International Conference (CL2017), University of Birmingham, UK. Attendance only.

29.06. – 01.07.2017 The 27th European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference (ESFLC), University of Salamanca, Spain. Existing but not visible – a critical discourse analysis of what it is like to be fat.

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.