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Dr.

Silke Fischer

Akademische Mitarbeiterin
Institut für Linguistik
Abteilung Linguistik/Anglistik (IfLA)

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+49 711 685-83118

Keplerstr. 17
70174 Stuttgart
Deutschland
Raum: 4.058

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Fachgebiet

  • Syntaxtheorie
  • Komparative Syntax
  • Germanische Sprachen
  • Distribuierte Morphologie
  • CGSW 32, NTNU, Trondheim, September 2017. "Adjunct Control" (joint work with Inghild Flaate Høyem). [pdf]
  • GGS 44, Universität Leipzig, October 2016. "Psych Verbs and Control into Subject Clauses in German" (joint work with Marcel Pitteroff). [pdf]
  • Control Workshop 2016, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, October 2016. "Subject Clauses and Control in German" (joint work with Marcel Pitteroff). [pdf]
  • presented by Marcel Pitteroff: NonFinite Subjects Conference, University of Nantes, April 2016. "An Experimental Investigation of Partial Control in German" (joint work with Marcel Pitteroff and Artemis Alexiadou).
  • presented by Marcel Pitteroff: PLC 40, University of Pennsylvania, March 2016. "Two Ways to Derive Partial Control: Evidence from German" (joint work with Marcel Pitteroff and Artemis Alexiadou).
  • GGS 43, Bergische Universität Wuppertal, May 2015. "On Partial Control in German" (joint work with Marcel Pitteroff and Artemis Alexiadou, presented with M. Pitteroff). [pdf]
  • CGSW 28, University of Leipzig, October 2013. "Object Extraposition in Germanic - A Challenge for Control Theory?" [ pdf]
  • GGS 41, University of Frankfurt/Main, May 2013. "Intervention Effects in Control Structures" [ pdf]
  • Forum zum Fremdsprachenerwerb und seiner Förderung, Universität Stuttgart, November 2012. "Fachwissenschaft und Grammatik: Sprachwissenschaftliche Grundlagen für die Vermittlung der fremdsprachlichen Schulgrammatik - oder: Inwiefern ist Linguistik wichtig für (angehende) Lehrer?" [pdf]
  • Institut für Linguistik, University of Leipzig, June 2012. "The Emergence of PRO as Repair Strategy".
  • GGS 40, University of Freiburg, May 2012. "The Emergence of PRO as Repair Strategy". [ pdf]
  • Seminar für Sprachwissenschaft, Oberseminar, University of Tübingen, October 2011. "Licensing Control under Agree".
  • The Fine Structure of Grammatical Relations, University of Leipzig, December 2010. "Feature Stacks and Binding Relations".  [ pdf]
  • GGS 38, Freie Universität Berlin, May 2010. "Alles außer Kontrolle". [ pdf]
  • Institut für Linguistik, University of Leipzig, July 2007. "Binding and Local Optimization".
  • Flexionstheorie im Osten, University of Leipzig, July 2005. " Zur Morphologie der deutschen Personalpronomina - eine Spaltungsanalyse ".
  • GGS 32, University of Tübingen, May 2005. "Was du und ich gemeinsam haben - Eine morphologische Analyse der deutschen Personalpronomina".
  • GGS 31, IDS Mannheim, May 2004. "Rekonstruktionseffekte als Resultat von PF-Optimierung".
  • WOTS 7, University of Nijmegen, October 2003. "Matrix Unloaded: Binding in a Local Derivational Approach".
  • CGSW 18, University of Durham, September 2003. "Matrix Unloaded: Binding in a Local Derivational Approach".
  • GGS 30, University of Köln, May 2003. "Matrix Unloaded: Binding in a Strictly Local Derivational Approach".
  • Seminar für Sprachwissenschaft, University of Tübingen, May 2003. "A Look Through the Wormhole or: Binding in a Strictly Local Derivational Approach".
  • ZAS-Potsdam Workshop on OT-SYNTAX+, Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, Berlin, May 2003. "A Look Through the Wormhole or: Binding in a Strictly Local Derivational Approach".
  • Vortragsreihe des Graduiertenkollegs 'Sprachliche Repräsentationen und ihre Interpretation', University of Stuttgart, October 2002. "Optimal Binding".
  • WOTS 6, University of Potsdam, October 2002. "Optimal Binding".
  • GGS 29, University of Frankfurt/Main, May 2002. "Bindung in lokal-derivationellen Theorien".
  • Workshop zur Reflexivierung, IDS Mannheim, November 2001. "Optimale Bindung".
  • GGS 28, University of Bochum, June 2001. "On the Distribution of Anaphors and Pronouns".
  • WOTS 4, University of Stuttgart, February 2001. "On the Relation between Pronouns and R-Expressions in Reconstruction Contexts".
  • ConSOLE IX, University of Lund, December 2000. "Reanalyzing Reconstruction Effects: An Optimality-Theoretic Account of the Relation between Pronouns and R-Expressions".
  • GGS 27, University of Potsdam, June 2000. "On the Integration of Cumulative Effects into Optimality Theory".
  • WS 2017/18: Exam Colloquium. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2017/18: Proseminar: Syntactic Theory. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2017/18: Introduction to Linguistics. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2017: Exam Colloquium. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2017: Advanced Seminar: Advanced Syntax - Extraposition. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2017: Proseminar: Language Variation - Syntax. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2016/17: Exam Colloquium. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2016/17: Proseminar: Syntactic Theory. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2016/17: Introduction to Linguistics. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2016: Exam Colloquium. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2016: Advanced Seminar: Advanced Syntax - Agree Relations. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2016: Proseminar: Optimality-Theoretic Syntax. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2015/16: Exam Colloquium. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2015/16: Proseminar: Syntactic Theory. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2015/16: Introduction to Linguistics. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2015: Exam Colloquium. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2015: Advanced Seminar: Advanced Syntax. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2015: Proseminar: Optimality-Theoretic Syntax. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2014/15: Exam Colloquium. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2014/15: Proseminar: Morphological Theory. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2014/15: Introduction to Linguistics. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2014: Exam Colloquium. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2014: Advanced Seminar: Advanced Syntax (On Extraposition). University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2014: Proseminar: Syntactic Theory. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2013/14: Exam Colloquium. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2013/14: Proseminar: Morphological Theory. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2013/14: Introduction to Linguistics. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2013: Exam Colloquium. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2013: Advanced Seminar: Advanced Syntax (Control Theory). University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2013: Proseminar: Syntactic Theory. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2012/13: Proseminar: Syntactic Theory. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2012/13: Proseminar: Morphological Theory. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2012/13: Introduction to Linguistics. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2012: Exam Colloquium. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2012: Advanced Seminar: Advanced Syntax (Minimalist Syntax). University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2012: Proseminar: Optimality Theory. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2011/12: Exam Colloquium. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2011/12: Proseminar: Morphological Theory. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2011/12: Introduction to Linguistics. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2011: Exam Colloquium. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2011: Advanced Seminar: Advanced Syntax (Control Theory). University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2011: Proseminar: Optimality Theory. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2010/11: Exam Colloquium. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2010/11: Proseminar: Syntactic Theory. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2010/11: Introduction to Linguistics, University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2010: Exam Colloquium. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2010: Advanced Seminar: Advanced Syntax (Minimalist Syntax). University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2010: Proseminar: Syntactic Theory. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2009/10: Exam Colloquium. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2009/10: Proseminar: Syntactic Theory. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2009/10: Introduction to Linguistics. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2007/08: Exam Colloquium. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2007/08: Proseminar: Optimality-Theoretic Syntax. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2007/08: Introduction to Linguistics. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2007: Exam Colloquium. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2007: Proseminar: Syntactic Theory. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2007: Advanced Seminar: Linearization. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2006/07: Proseminar: Syntactic Theory. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2006/07: Introduction to Linguistics. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2005: Advanced Seminar: Competition in Syntax. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2005: Introduction to Linguistics. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2004/05: Proseminar: Introduction to Optimality Theory. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2004/05: Introduction to Linguistics. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2004: Proseminar: Syntax II. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2004: Introduction to Linguistics. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2003/04: Proseminar: Introduction to Semantics. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2003/04: Introduction to Linguistics. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2003: Proseminar: Syntax II. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2003: Introduction to Linguistics. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2002/03: Proseminar: Historical Linguistics. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • WS 2002/03: Proseminar: Introduction to Semantics. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.
  • SoSe 2000: Introduction to Linguistics. University of Tübingen, English Department.
  • WS 1999/00: Proseminar: Syntax - From GB Theory to Minimalism. University of Tübingen, English Department.
  • WS 1995/96 - WS 2000/01: Various tutorials on syntax, English grammar, and Old English. University of Stuttgart, Department of English Linguistics.

Work and Education :

seit 10/2002:

Assistant Professor at the Department of English Linguistics,
University of Stuttgart

seit 09/2006: in Teilzeit

05/2008 - 08/2009 Elternzeit
09/2005 - 08/2006 Elternzeit
2004

Fertigstellung der Dissertation: "Towards an Optimal Theory of Reflexivization" (Universität Tübingen, Seminar für Sprachwissenschaft); Note: summa cum laude

Hauptberichterstatter: Prof. Dr. Gereon Müller

Mitberichterstatter:

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Sternefeld, Prof. Dr. Arnim von Stechow, Prof. Dr. Sten Vikner

01/2000 - 12/2001 Assoziiertes Mitglied des DFG-Projekts "Optimalitätstheoretische Syntax des Deutschen aus vergleichend-germanischer Perspektive" (Universität Stuttgart)
05/1999 - 03/2002 Mitglied des Graduiertenkollegs "Integriertes Linguistik-Studium", 
Universität Tübingen (DFG-Stipendium)
05/1999 Erstes Staatsexamen: Mathematik (Universität Stuttgart); Note: 1,0
10/1998

Erstes Staatsexamen: Englisch (Universität Stuttgart); Note: 1,4

Zulassungsarbeit: "The Syntax of the English Double Object Construction"; Note: 1,0 (Betreuer: Prof. Ian Roberts)

05/1993 Abitur (Mörike-Gymnasium Ludwigsburg); Grade: 1,1

                     

 

  • Projektleitung :

01.10.2014-30.09.2017: DFG Projekt FI 1959/2-1; AL 554/10-1: Neue Wege in der Kontrolltheorie/Modelling Control Theory (Projektleiter: Dr. Silke Fischer, Prof. Artemis Alexiadou).

Postdoc: Dr. Marcel Pitteroff

PhD: Patrick Lindert

01.04.2016-30.06.2018:  Projekt B1 "The Form and Interpretation of Derived Nominals", SFB 732 ("Incremental Specification in Context").

Forscher: Dr. Gianina Iordachioaia
Frühere Projektleiter: Prof. Dr. Artemis Alexiadou (2006-2015), Prof. Dr. Klaus von Heusinger (2006-2010).
 
  • Gutachterin für:

Natural Language & Linguistic Theory, Linguistic Inquiry, Linguistische Berichte, CGSW (Konfrenzen, Berichtsbände), Canadian Journal of Linguistics.

  • Workshops:
Mit-Organisatorin (zusammen mit Artemis Alexiadou, Patrick Lindert und Marcel Pitteroff) Kontroll-Workshop 2016 an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (14-15 October, 2016).

https://sites.google.com/site/controltheory2016/

  • Sonstiges:
    • since 2007: Abnahme von Staatsexamensprüfungen im Fach Englisch).
    • 01.10.2014-30.09.2019:gewähltes Mitglied des Fakultätsrats der Philosophisch-Historischen Fakultät der Universität Stuttgart.