Summer 2017

Introduction to Linguistics II: Meaning and Language Use (Seminar) (2×)

This seminar introduces students to the various functions of language in communicative contexts and to ways by which meaning is conveyed through language.

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Winter 2016/2017

Due to my new position at the research data management helpdesk, I opted for taking a break from teaching in the winter semester 2016/2017.

Summer 2016

Introduction to Linguistics II: Meaning and Language Use (Seminar)

This seminar introduces students to the various functions of language in communicative contexts and to ways by which meaning is conveyed through language.

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Winter 2015/2016

Introduction to Corpus Linguistics (Seminar)

This seminar is concerned with quantitative research approaches in (corpus) linguistics. Topics covered in the course include:

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Summer 2015

Introduction to Linguistics II: Meaning and Language Use (Seminar)

This seminar introduces students to the various functions of language in communicative contexts and to ways by which meaning is conveyed through language.

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Winter 2014/2015

Introduction to Corpus Linguistics (Seminar)

This seminar is concerned with quantitative research approaches in (corpus) linguistics. Topics covered in the course include:

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Summer 2014

Introduction to Linguistics II: Meaning and Language Use (Seminar)

This seminar introduces students to the various functions of language in communicative contexts and to ways by which meaning is conveyed through language.

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R and Machine Learning (Study Group)

A continuation of ‘R and Machine Learning’ in winter 2013/2014 (see below). Topics covered in this study group include:

Winter 2013/2014

Introduction to Corpus Linguistics (Seminar)

This seminar is concerned with quantitative research approaches in (corpus) linguistics. Topics covered in the course include:

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The Regression Strikes Back (Study Group)

A continuation of ‘Statistical and Computational Methods in Linguistics’ in summer 2013 (see below). Topics covered include:

R and Machine Learning (Study Group)

This study group is centred around a formal introduction to important concepts in machine learning, computational linguistics and natural language processing on the basis of the programming language R. Topics covered include:

Summer 2013

Statistical and Computational Methods in Linguistics (Study Group)

This study group explores the application of the programming language R for linguistic research questions. Topics covered include:

Summer 2010 – Summer 2012

Old and Middle English Morphology, Phonology and Phonetics (Tutorial)

This tutorial accompanies introductory lectures that introduce students to the linguistic history of spoken and written English. Topics covered include: