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Carolin Hofmockel


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Wiss. Mitarbeiterin

E-Mail: carolin.hofmockel@philhist.uni-augsburg.de
Telefon: +49 821 598 - 5754
Raum: D 4043
Sprechzeiten: tuesday 12:00 - 13:00 h


  Curriculum Vitae  

02-03/2014 Visiting Scholar, University of Glasgow
since  02/2014       Research Assistant, Applied English Linguistics, University of Augsburg
since 2013 Lecturer, Applied English Linguistics, University of Augsburg
2012 1st State Exam (LAG English & Spanish)
2008/2009 Foreign Language Assistant, North Lanarkshire, Scotland
2008 Student Assistant, Department of English Linguistics, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg

  

  Research interests  

  • discourse connectivity
  • discourse relations
  • discursive glue
  • discourse processing
  • (inter)subjectivity and (inter)subjectification
  • interactional linguistics
  • syntax-pragmatics interface
  • discourse-pragmatic variation and change
  • grammaticalization and pragmaticalization

 

  PhD Project  

"Discourse Connectivity"

 

  Publications  

  • Hofmockel, C. 2017. Patterns of (Inter)subjectivity. Asymmetries for Glaswegian peripheral but. Functions of Language 24(2).
  • Hofmockel, C., A. Fetzer & R.M. Maier. 2017. Discourse relations: Genre-specific degrees of overtness in argumentative and narrative discourse. Argument & Computation 8(2): 131-151.
  • Maier, R.M., C. Hofmockel & A. Fetzer. 2016. The Negotiation of Discourse Relations in Context: Co-Constructing Degrees of Overtness. Intercultural Pragmatics 13(1): 71-105. 

  

  Contributions to conferences  

  • with A. Fetzer: "Signalling discourse relations in context: Degrees of overtness in argumentative and narrative discourse genres." Paper presented at the 3rd Conference on Experimental Approaches to Perception & Production of Language Variation, Vienna: September 2016.
  • with A. Fetzer & R.M. Maier: "Discourse relations: genre-specific degrees of overtness in argumentative and narrative discourse." Paper presented at the Foundations of the Language of Argumentation
    COMMA 2016 Workshop, Potsdam: September 2016.
  • with A. Fetzer & R.M. Maier: "Discourse relations and strategic use of extra-clausal constituents in co-constructed argumentative discourse." Paper presented at the LPTS 2016 Conference on Discourse Relational Devices, Valencia, Spain: January 2016.
  • "Patterns of (inter)subjectivity. Testing the asymmetry between left- and right-peripheral but in Glaswegian English. Paper presented at Colloque International de Linguistique GReG PLS IV, Paris, France: November 2015.
  • with R.M. Maier & A. Fetzer: "Systematic variation in the specification of discourse relations – a pilot study." Poster presented at 19th Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCoP), Paphos, Cyprus: September 2015.
  • "Discourse Connectives in context: discourse patterns and contextualization. Paper presented at FJUEL 5. Bayreuth, Germany: September 2015.
  • with A. Fetzer: "'But you know he is but': Negotiating discourse common ground across contexts." Paper presented at 14th International Pragmatics Conference. Antwerp, Belgium: July 2015.
  • with A. Fetzer: "Secondary syntax: The glue of discourse?" Paper presented at Secondary Syntax: Parentheticals, vocatives, quotations. Bamberg; Germany: December 2014.
  • "Pragmatic markers as contextualization cues." Paper presented at FJUEL 4. Bamberg, Germany: September 2014.
  • "'It wasnae me but!' Functions and emergence of Scottish right-peripheral but." Paper presented at Discourse-Pragmatic Variation & Change 2. Newcastle, UK: April 2014.
  • "'But you know he is but!' A variationist approach to but's in Scottish English." Invited talk. University of Glasgow, UK: March 2014.
  • "Right-peripheral but as a discourse marker in Scottish English. Functions and ermergence." Paper presented at The linguistic construction of personal and group identity: structure, pragmatics and cognition. Heidelberg, Germany: September 2013.
  • with N.-M. Fronhofer: "Methods in identity research." Data session and workshop at "The linguistic construction of personal and group identity: structure, pragmatics and cognition". Heidelberg, Germany: September 2013.