Kathrin Luckmann de Lopez
Kathrin Luckmann de Lopez completed her M.A. of English, Spanish Linguistics and Sociology at University Duisburg-Essen and University College Cork, Ireland, with a major in English Linguistics. During her studies she worked as student assistant for the German Association for Applied Linguistics (GAL), the International Office (AAA), Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR) and gave English classes at evening school (VHS). She is happy to be teaching a combination of Cultural Studies and Linguistics and spends her time outside lectures contemplating future research projects and with the university's English drama group DUET.Read more
“The role of language for indexing ethnic identity in short stories by Mary Helen Ponce.” NASA-SNASA Fall event, ‘American Borders: Contact, Conflict and Exchange’, Nijmegen, the Netherlands, 25th November 2011.
“Clause‐final man in Northeast English”. ICLCE 4 Osnabrück, Germany, 19thto 23rd July 2011.
“Marking regional identity: Clause-final man in Northeast English”. ICAME 32, Oslo, Norway, 1st to 5th June 2011.
"Indexing Ethnic Identity through the Use of Language: The Role of Chicano English in Short Stories by Mary Helen Ponce". Transnational Americas: Difference, Belonging, Identitarian Spaces, Essen, Germany, 11th to 13th November 2010.
"The discourse marker like in clause-final position". TABU dag 2009, Groningen, the Netherlands, 11th to 12th June 2009.
Luckmann de Lopez, Kathrin (2013), "Clause-final man in Tyneside English", in Andersen, G. and K. Bech, English Corpus Linguistics: Variation in Time, Space and Genre, 139-162.
(in preparation) "The role of language for indexing ethnic identity in short stories by Mary Helen Ponce", in Raab, J. (ed.): Spaces – Communities – Discourses: Charting Identity and Belonging in the Americas. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier.
"A corpus-based study of final pragmatic markers across varieties of English" GULP, University of Glasgow, Scotland, 19th March 2013.
- Accents in British Music
- English Dialects - Focus on the North
- Introduction to Linguistics
- Is English Going to the Dogs? Public and Linguistic Notions of Standard English
- Language and Culture in Ireland
- Language and Ethnicity
- Language and Identity
- Language Myths
- Migration Discourse
- Newspaper language
- The Cultural Lexicon