I am a linguist at the Department of German Studies and Linguistics at Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, specializing in formal semantics, pragmatics, and their interfaces, as well as experimental and corpus linguistic methods in these areas.
My current research interests in theoretical semantics and pragmatics:
In addition to my theoretical work, I am interested in corpus linguistic and experimental methods and how they can be applied fruitfully to semantic and pragmatic research and how they can inform theoretical considerations. A further interest of mine is regional and dialectal variation, which I aim to integrate in my theoretical and empirical investigations.
The Impersonal Use of German 1st Person Singular Ich.
Zobel, Sarah. 2021. The Impersonal Use of German 1st Person Singular Ich. Linguistic Inquiry (Online first).