Teaching and teaching materials
|Winter 2018/19||Introduction to Linguistics (PSI), Corpus-based methods for linguistic analysis: adjectives (with Edith Scheifele, HS/OS), Objective and subjective meaning (HS/OS)|
|Summer 2018||Parts of Speech (+ research methods: academic writing) (HS), Discourse Particles (HS/OS)|
|Winter 2017/18||Discourse Models (HS/OS)|
|Summer 2017||Introduction to Linguistics (PSI), Semantics and Pragmatics of Questions (HS/OS)|
|Winter 2015/16||Introduction to Linguistics (PSI), Temporal Semantics (HS/OS)|
|Summer 2015||Corpus Linguistic Methods for Lexical Semantics (with Claudia Maienborn, HS), Compositional Semantics (HS/OS)|
|Winter 2014/15||Introduction to Linguistics (PSI), Conditionals (HS/OS)|
|Summer 2014||Introduction to Linguistics (PSI), Attitude Verbs (HS/OS)|
|Winter 2013/14||Introduction to Linguistics (PSI), German Grammar (PSII)|
|Summer 2013||Introduction to Linguistics (PSI)|
Advising: experimental, corpus linguistic, and theoretical theses on attitude verbs, adjectives, definiteness, discourse particles, and temporal semantics.
|Winter 2016/17||Introduction to Semantic Theory (SE), LabClass 4 & 5 (accompanies the Intro, SE), Presuppositions (SE), Oberseminar English Linguistics (with Hedde Zeijlstra, OS)|
|Summer 2016||Introduction to Semantic Theory (SE), LabClass 1 (accompanies the Intro, SE), Adjectives and Adverb(ial)s (with Frank Sode, SE), Attitude verbs and attitude ascriptions (SE), Oberseminar English Linguistics (with Hedde Zeijlstra, OS), Oberseminar Theoretical Philosophy (with Dolf Rami, OS)|
|Winter 2014/15||Corpus Linguistic Methods (German Department)|
|Summer 2013||Introduction to Programming for Linguists (German Department)|
|Winter 2012/13||Introduction to Semantics (Linguistics Department)|
|Summer 2011||Semantics and Pragmatics, Introduction to LATEX (Linguistics Department)|
|Winter 2010/11||Introduction to Semantics
(German handouts and homeworks)
Advising: theoretical BA- and MA-theses on discourse particles, questions, and speech acts.
|August 2018||Courses at EGG2018
"The Semantics of Perspective Sensitivity" and "Intro to pragmatics (materials)
|August 2014||(co-taught with Patrick Grosz) Course at ESSLLI 2014
"A (Non-)Uniform Approach to Pronominal Semantics"
|February 2014||Introduction to R (department-internal mini-course, University of Tübingen)|
|November 2013||Course on corpus linguistic methods (department-internal mini-course, University of Tübingen)|
I was a teaching assistant both at the University of Vienna and the University of Technology Vienna.
• University of Vienna: I assisted at the Introduction to Linguistics, the Introduction to Semantics, the Introduction to General Linguistics and another introductory course.
• University of Technology: I taught parts of a course on mathematical computing environments and programming languages.
Downloadable teaching materials:
- Handouts for Introduction to Linguistics (PSI Einführung in die Sprachwissenschaft, Summer 2017) in German:
Brief introductions to Phonetics & Phonology, Morphology, Semantics, and Pragmatics based (mostly) on the textbook "Einführung in die Germanistische Linguistik" by Meibauer et al. (2007).
Handout 1 | Handout 2 | Handout 3 | Handout 4 | Handout 5
- Slides for Introduction to Semantic Theory (Winter 2016/17):
Basic introduction to compositional semantics of the system introduced in Heim & Kratzer (1998). The close link between syntax and semantics is illustrated via a discussion of ambiguity using chapter 3 of Sternefeld & Zimmermann (2013).
Session 1 | Session 2 | Session 3 | Session 4 | Session 5 | Session 6 | Session 7 | Session 8 | Session 9 | Session 10 | Session 11
- Handouts for Compositional Semantics (Satzsemantik, Summer 2015) in German:
Basic introduction to compositional semnatics for declarative sentences using the system introduced in Heim & Kratzer (1998) including a brief introduction to the corresponding intensional system based on the course materials by von Fintel & Heim. The final two handouts discuss Hamblin (1958) and Portner (2004) for perspectives on interrogative and imperative sentences.
Handout 1 | Handout 2 | Handout 3 | Handout 4 | Handout 5 | Handout 6
Updated: August 10, 2018