Buchrezension: “Die geheimen Muster der Sprache”

Als Linguistin und Krimiliebhaberin war ich sehr gespannt über die Veröffentlichung eines neuen Buches über forensische Linguistik! Diese Teildisziplin der Linguistik beschäftigt sich mit geschriebener Sprache im Zusammenhang von kriminalistischen Fragestellungen und Ermittlungen, zum Beispiel Erpressung oder Drohungen in anonymen Briefen und E-Mails. Solche Fälle landen auf dem Tisch von Patrick Rottler und Leo Martin,... Continue Reading →

DataLingo is now on Instagram!

Yes, I just took my data science enthusiasm to a whole new level. I created the Instagram account datalingo, where I rhapsodize about data science, visualizations, Python libraries, and my love for ThinkPads and Pop!OS.But beside sharing my knowledge and learning progress, I aim to connect with data enthusiasts around the world and to raise... Continue Reading →

Fear and loathing @ 5. Linguistik Meetup in Potsdam

Wednesday marked the first day of the last summer month and I celebrated by presenting a poster at the 5th Linguistics Meetup Berlin-Potsdam, hosted at the Potsdam University. Whereas last year I gave a talk about the impairment of concrete vs. abstract words in semantic dementia, this year I contributed with a poster about my ongoing... Continue Reading →

11th Meeting of Patholinguistics in Potsdam

Last Saturday 18th November I attended again the Autumn Meeting of Patholinguistics in Potsdam, in a wonderful new location Am Neuen Palais. The theme of this edition was "Diagnosis and treatment of dysphonia" (also known as hoarseness), a condition of the vocal chords or the larynx which makes the voice sound breathy, strained, raspy, or... Continue Reading →

ExpoLingua in Berlin

Today I attended the long-awaited international fair for languages and cultures ExpoLingua in Berlin. It's a must event for anyone interested in language learning and teaching, because for two days (17-18 November) it brings 150+ exhibitors (language schools, travel operators, cultural institutes, publishing houses, translators, associations) from 30+ countries and offers workshops, presentations, crash-courses in different languages,... Continue Reading →

My poster @ 2nd Conference for Student Research in Berlin

I am typing this post from a coffee shop around Humboldt University of Berlin, sipping the fifth coffee today and leafing through my notes from the 2nd Conference for Student Research (Forschung Vermitteln-Communicating Research). In the past two days (21-22.9.2017) I've attended 16 out of 80 talks and 52 posters of (under)graduate students from all over the world.... Continue Reading →

Effects of anesthesia on language

Imagine you go for a nap, only to wake up speaking in a foreign language! In 1987, a Turkish patient established in the USA for many years unerwent a surgery, after which he expressed himself by writing  or speaking in English (Akpek et al., 2002). But 24–28 hours later, he suddenly switched back to speaking... Continue Reading →

Podcasts about Linguistics

If you're studying linguistics and can't get enough of it at the uni, or if you simply want to learn something (useful) about language(s) while commuting/ cooking/ cleaning/ working out, these are the podcasts you should listen to:  Talk the Talk discusses all things linguistics, from computer-made jokes to feral children and animal syntax! That's what they... Continue Reading →

My talk @ 4. Linguistik Meetup in Berlin

It's a hot morning on August 4th in Berlin, summer holidays are already on... But at the Institute of German Language and Linguistics of Humboldt Uni there's much ado about something: the 4th Linguistics Meetup Berlin-Potsdam! This is an annual event intended to bring together BA/MA/PhD students of Linguistics from Humboldt-, Free-, Technical Universities of... Continue Reading →

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