PD Dr. alexander haselow

Professur für Englische Sprachwissenschaft (Prof. Gut)

Contact:
Englisches Seminar
Johannisstraße 12-20
D - 48143 Münster

Room: 205, Georgskommende 14,
Phone: +49 (0)251 – 83 2 91 16 / 83 2 91 17
E-Mail: ahaselow

  • Research areas

    • Spoken language
    • Psycholinguistics
    • Speech processing
    • Conversation Analysis
    • Grammaticalization
    • Discourse markers

  • CV

    Education

    Habilitation (English Linguistics), University of Rostock
    Dr. phil. (English Linguistics), University of Hamburg
    M.A. & First State Exam, University of Potsdam
    2005-2006
    Linguistics, Sociology, University of Iceland (Háskóla Íslands)l
    2004-2005
    Slavic and General Linguistics, Sociology, State University of Saint Petersburg (Russia)
    2003-2004
    Linguistics, Sociology, University of Almería (Spain)
    2000-2003
    Linguistics, Social and Educational Sciences, University of Potsdam


    Positions

    Lecturer and Research Assistant, English Linguistics, University of Münster
    Research assistant (Post-Doc), English Linguistics, University of Rostock

    Research assistant, History and Variation of the English Language, University of Potsdam
    2006-2008
    Research assistant, English Linguistics, University of Hamburg


  • Publications

    Books (Monographs)

    2017. Spontaneous Spoken English. An Integrated Approach to the Emergent Grammar of Speech. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

    2011. Typological Changes in the Lexicon: Analytic Tendencies in English Noun Formation. Berlin, New York: De Gruyter Mouton.

    Edited volumes

    2021. (with Sylvie Hancil). Studies at the Grammar-Discourse Interface. Discourse Markers and Discourse-Related Grammatical Phenomena. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

    2020. (with Gunther Kaltenböck). Grammar and Cognition. Dualistic Models of Language Structure and Language Processing. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

    2018. (with Sylvie Hancil) Dialogism and Language Change. Special issue of Language Sciences 68.

    2015. (with Sylvie Hancil and Margje Post) (eds.). Final Particles. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.

    Articles

    2021. Dealing with trouble in conversation in English-speaking cultures: Conversational repair in global varieties of English. English World-Wide 42.3.

    2021. Discourse markers and brain lateralization. Evidence for dual language processing from neurological disorders. In: Alexander Haselow & Sylvie Hancil (eds.), Studies at the Grammar-Discourse Interface. Discourse Markers and Discourse-Related Grammatical Phenomena. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 157–193.

    2021. (with Sylvie Hancil). Grammar, discourse, and the grammar-discourse interface. In: Alexander Haselow & Sylvie Hancil (eds.), Studies at the Grammar-Discourse Interface. Discourse Markers and Discourse-Related Grammatical Phenomena. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 1–20.

    2020. Expressing stance in spoken political discourse – The function of parenthetical inserts. Language Sciences 82, 101334.

    2020. Local and global structures in discourse and interaction: Linguistic and psycholinguistic aspects. In: Alexander Haselow & Gunther Kaltenböck (eds.), Grammar and Cognition: Dualistic Models of Language Structure and Language Processing. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 267–308.

    2020. (with Gunther Kaltenböck). The brain and the mind behind grammar: Dualistic approaches in grammar research and (neuro)cognitive studies of language. In: Alexander Haselow & Gunther Kaltenböck (eds.), Grammar and Cognition: Dualistic Models of Language Structure and Language Processing. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1–25.

    2019. Discourse marker sequences: Insights into the serial order of communicative tasks in real-time turn production. Journal of Pragmatics 146, 1–18.

    2018. Language change from a psycholinguistic perspective: The long-term effects of frequency on language processing. Language Sciences 68, 56–77.

    2018. (with Sylvie Hancil) Rethinking language change from a dialogic perspective. Language Sciences 68, 1–5.

    2016. Micro- et macro-grammaire: à propos de deux principes de catégorisation cognitive en language orale spontanée. Modèles Linguistiques 47, special issue on “Micro-/Macrosyntax”, 29–50.

    2016. Intensifying adverbs ‘outside the clause’ – A cognitive analysis. In: Gunther Kaltenböck, Evelien Keizer & Arne Lohmann (eds.), Outside the Clause. Form and Function of Extra-Clausal Constitutents. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 379–415.

    2016. A processual view on grammar: Macrogrammar and the final field in spoken syntax. Language Sciences 54, 77–101.

    2015. Final particles in spoken German. In: Sylvie Hancil, Alexander Haselow & Margje Post (eds.), Final Particles. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter Mouton, 77–107.

    2015. (with Sylvie Hancil & Margje Post) Introduction: Final particles from a typological perspective. In: Sylvie Hancil, Alexander Haselow & Margje Post (eds.), Final Particles. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter Mouton, 3–35.

    2015. Studying disappearance from a historical-typological perspective: The case of English morphology. In: Claire Badiou-Monferrand & Thomas Verjans (eds.), Disparitions. Contributions à l’Étude du Changement Linguistique. Paris: Honoré Champion, 487–502.

    2015. Speech-like syntax in written texts: Changing syntactic conventions in public news discourse. In: Birte Bös & Lucia Kornexl (eds.), Changing Genre Conventions in Historical News Discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

    2015. Left vs. right periphery in grammaticalization: The case of anyway. In: Andrew Smith, Graeme Trousdale & Richard Waltereit (eds.), New Directions in Grammaticalization Research. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 157–186.

    2014. Sequentiality in dialogue as a trigger for grammaticalization. In: Sylvie Hancil & Ekkehard König (eds.), Grammaticalization Theory and Data. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 203–234.

    2013. Arguing for a wide conception of grammar: The case of final particles in spoken discourse. Folia Linguistica 47.2, 375-424.

    2012. Subjectivity, intersubjectivity and the negotiation of common ground in spoken discourse: Final particles in English. Language & Communication 32.3, 182–204.

    2012. Discourse organization and the rise of final then in the history of English. In: Irén Hegedüs & Alexandra Fodor (eds.), English Historical Linguistics 2010. Selected Papers from the Sixteenth International Conference on English Historical Linguistics (ICEHL 16), Pécs. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 153–175.

    2012. Lexical typology and typological changes in the English lexicon. In: Terttu Nevalainen & Elizabeth C. Traugott (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the History of English. New York: Oxford University Press, 643–653.

    2012. A typological view on the development of English derivation. English Studies 93.2, 203–226.

    2012. Multilingual speakers in a monolingual society. From the history and present state of language planning in Iceland. In: Matthias Hüning, Ulrike Vogl & Olivier Moliner (eds.), Standard Languages and Multilingualism in European History. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 127–151.

    2011. Discourse marker and modal particle: The functions of utterance-final then in spoken English. Journal of Pragmatics 43.14, 3603–3623.

    2009. Reducción, simplificación y compensación: La formación de un pidgin español en Almería. Revista Española de Lingüística 39.1, 61–76.

    2009. Der Aufstieg des Englischen zur globalen Einheitssprache und sein Zerfall in verschiedene lokale Varietäten. In: Sophia Komor & Rebekka Rohleder (eds.), Post-Coca-Colanization: Zurück zur Vielfalt? Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang, 29–52.

    2008. (with Peter Siemund) Newfoundland English morpho-syntax: Universal aspects and trends. Anglistik: International Journal of English Studies 19.2, 201–213.

    2004. Analogías, simplificaciones y la búsqueda del mínimo común múltiplo: Notas sobre el español de los inmigrantes de Roquetas de Mar/Almería. Tonos Digital: Revista Electrónica de Estudios Filológicos 8/04.

    Book Reviews

    2012. “The Language Impact.” Frank Alwin Fill. London: Equinox. Anglia 130.2, 276–279.

    2010. “Wortbildung heute: Tendenzen und Kontraste in der deutschen Gegenwartssprache.“ Hgg. Ludwig M. Eichinger, Meike Meliss, María José Domínguez Vázquez. Tübingen: Narr. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft 29.1, 181–185.

    2010. “Word-Formation in New Englishes. A Corpus-based Analysis.” Thomas Biermeier. Berlin: LIT Verlag. Anglia 128.1, 131–135.

  • Current projects

    • Cognitive and Neurological Aspects of a Grammar of Spontaneous Speech
    • One Brain - Two Grammars? Examining Dualistic Approaches to Language and Cognition
      (see Website)
    • involved in the project Authentic Englishes - Designing and testing digital learning materials on global Englishes (with Prof. Ulrike Gut and in collaboration with the Chairs of English Linguistics in Paderborn and Bielefeld)