Dr.

Sabine Mohr

Project coordinator
Institute of Linguistics
Division of English Linguistics (IfLA)

Contact

+49 711 685-83115

Consultation

by appointment via email

Subject

  • Syntactic theory
  • Comparative syntax of the Germanic languages
  • Historical linguistics
  • Varieties of English

Monographs

Articles

December 2009 "Discussion of Jutta Hartmann's dissertation Expletives in Existentials: English there and German da", IfLA Forschungsseminar, Universität Stuttgart.

September 2008 (invited talk) "Impersonal constructions in German and Mainland Scandinavian", NORMS Workshop on Subjects and the Architecture of Grammar, NTNU University of Trondheim, Norway.

September 2008 (invited talk) "Empty expletives rejected, unified clause structure gained", NORMS Workshop on Subjects and the Architecture of Grammar, NTNU University of Trondheim, Norway.

May 2006 "V2 as an edge (and not an edges) phenomenon", Edges in Syntax, Cyprus College, Cyprus.

September 2005 "V2, Discourse Functions and Split-CP", Societas Linguistica Europaea 38, Workshop Sentence-initial and sentence-final positions, Universitat de València, Spain.

May 2005 "Eine Antwort auf die Frage, wo dem Jiddischen der Kopf steht", Generative Grammatik des Südens (GGS), Universität Tübingen.

May 2004 "Argumente für unpersönliche Konstruktionen", Generative Grammatik des Südens (GGS), IDS Mannheim.

April 2004 (invited talk) "Dutch er revisited", Graduiertenkolleg Sentence types: Variation and Interpretation, Universität Frankfurt.

March 2004 (invited talk) "Word order differences and their implications", Universität Bielefeld.

September 2003 "Dutch er revisited", Comparative Germanic Syntax Workshop 18, University of Durham, UK.

July 2003 "When expletives turn out to have a meaning", Vortragsreihe des GRK 609, Universität Stuttgart.

May 2003 "Expletive or event argument? The case of Dutch er", Generative Grammatik des Südens (GGS), Universität zu Köln.

February 2003 "Dutch er revisited", alternate talk, DGfS Workshop Ereignisargumente in Syntax, Semantik und Diskurs, Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München.

July 2002 "Why the English can only scramble eggs", Syntax reading group, Universität Stuttgart.

June 2002 "German, Dutch and Icelandic - so similar and yet so different" , Klausurtagung des GRK 609, Kleinwalsertal/Universität Stuttgart. [ slides]

May 2002 "Impersonal Constructions in English and German", Berichtskolloquium des GRK 609, Universität Stuttgart.

May 2002 "German clause structure: evidence for Split-CP and its implications for es", Generative Grammatik des Südens (GGS), Universität Frankfurt.

April 2002 "Extending the Extension Condition", Vortragsreihe des GRK 609, Universität Stuttgart.

April 2002 "Extending the Extension Condition", poster presentation, Workshop Tools in Linguistic Theory (TiLT 2002), Utrecht University, NL. [ handout]

June 2001 "German clause structure: evidence for Split-CP and its implications for es", Klausurtagung des GRK 609, Kleinwalsertal/Universität Stuttgart.

July 2000 "Impersonal constructions in English and German", Klausurtagung des GRK 609, Kleinwalsertal/Universität Stuttgart.

  • WS 2016/17: History of English (see ILIAS) 
  • SS 2016: History of English (see ILIAS) 
  • WS 2015/16: Proseminar Syntactic Theory (see ILIAS) 
  • SS 2015: Proseminar Syntactic Theory (see ILIAS) 
  • WS 2014/15: Proseminar Syntactic Theory (see ILIAS) 
  • SS 2014: HS Processes of Language Change (see ILIAS) 
  • WS 2013/2014: G2 Basics of Morphological Analysis (see ILIAS) 
  • SS 2013: G2 Basics of Morphological Analysis (see ILIAS)                                                  Proseminar Syntactic Theory (see ILIAS) 
  • WS 2012/2013: Proseminar Syntax (see ILIAS) 
  • SS 2012: G2 Basics of Morphological Analysis (see ILIAS) 
  • WS 2011/2012: G2 Morphology (see ILIAS) 
  • SS 2011: G3 PS Introduction to Syntax (see ILIAS) 
  • WS 2010/2011: G3 PS History of English (see ILIAS) 
  • SS 2010: G3 PS Introduction to Syntax (see ILIAS) 
  • WS 2009/2010: G3 PS Introduction to Syntax (see ILIAS) 
  • SS 2009: G3 PS History of English (see ILIAS) 
  • WS 2008/2009: G3 PS History of English (see ILIAS) 
  • SS 2008: G3 PS Introduction to Syntax 
  • WS 2007/2008: HS Cartography and Subject Positions 
  • SS 2007: G3 PS Introduction to Syntax 
  • WS 2002/2003: G3 PS Introduction to Transformational Grammar 
  • WS 2001/2002: G3 PS Syntax I 
  • SS 2001: G3 PS Syntax I 
  • WS 2000/2001: G2 Übung English Grammar 
  • SS 2000: G2 Übung English Grammar
                   
    G2 Übung Basic Sentence Structure
  • WS 1999/2000: G2 Übung English Grammar 
  • SS 1999: tutor for Middle English and English Dialect Syntax

 

 

Since 07/2018 Coordinator of several interdisciplinary projects funded by the BMBF, the DFG and the Volkswagen-Stiftung
Since 2016 In addition coordinator of the BMBF-project CRETA (Centre for Reflected Text Analytics)
2006-2018 Coordinator of the SFB 732 Incremental Specification in Context
2003-2006 Coordinator of the GRK 609 Linguistic Representations and their Interpretation
04/2004 Awarded the “Dr. phil”, University of Stuttgart
Dissertation „Clausal Architecture and Subject Positions: Impersonal Constructions in the Germanic Languages“, supervisors: Prof. Dr. Artemis Alexiadou (University of Stuttgart), Prof. Ian Roberts PhD (University of Cambridge), Prof. Anders Holmberg PhD (Durham University)
05/2000-04/2003 Doctoral student in the GRK 609 Linguistic Representations and their Interpretation
11/1998 Magister Artium (double degree) in English and Romance languages, University of Stuttgart
Master thesis: “Is New Zealand English a variety of American English?” (supervisor: Prof. Dr. Ian Roberts)
04/1998 Erstes Staatsexamen (Lehramt an Gymnasien) in French, University of Stuttgart
10/1997 Erstes Staatsexamen (Lehramt an Gymnasien) in English, University of Stuttgart
02.-05/1994 University of Auckland, New Zealand (English and German)
10/1991-11/ 1998 University of Stuttgart (English, French and a bit of Maths)
10/1990-07/1991 University of Tübingen

 Sonstiges:

 06/2008            Member of the PhD committee of Jutta Hartmann (University of Tilburg/The Netherlands)

Postal address

 

Institute for Natural Language Processing

Pfaffenwaldring 5b, 70569 Stuttgart, Room 2.008