Anne Krause

Academic employment and qualifications

  • since 2015 Research Associate, Department of British Studies, Leipzig University
  • since 2012 PhD student, Research Training Group 1624 DFG "Frequency Effects in Language", University of Freiburg
  • 2007-2012 Bachelor and Master of Arts in British Studies (Anglistik), Leipzig University
  • 2011-2012 Research Assistant, Department of British Studies, Leipzig University

Research Interests

  • Language variation and change
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Usage-based approaches to language
  • Corpus linguistics (Web-based corpora)

Teaching experience

  • 11/2015 Introduction to Statistics in R, introductory seminar, Research Training Group 1624 DFG "Frequency Effects in Language", University of Freiburg
  • WS 2015/16  Written Academic Discourse, undergraduate seminar, Department of British Studies, Leipzig University
  • 05/2014  Introduction to Statistics in R, introductory seminar, Department of British Studies, Leipzig University
  • 11/2013  Working With Language Corpora, introductory seminar in cooperation with Jakob Neels (Leipzig University), Department of British Studies, Leipzig University
  • WS 2013/14  Introduction to Linguistics, under-graduate seminar, German Department, University of Freiburg

Presentations

  • "Frequency Effects in Production and Perception of a Morphological Change-in-Progress in German." ICLC 2015 (International Cognitive Linguistics Conference). Northumbria University, Newcastle (UK), 20-26 July 2015.
  • "Frequency and recency effects in German morphological change-in-progress." CL 2015 (Corpus Linguistics Conference). Lancaster University (UK), 20-25 July 2015.
  • "Language change in video game instructions? - Testing Frequency Effects in Corpus and Experimental Data." PALC 2014 (Practical Applications of Language Corpora). University of Lodz (Poland), 20-22 November 2014.
  • "What counts? Frequency Effects in German morphological change." GURT 2014 (Georgetown University Round Table: Usage-Based Approaches to Language, Language Learning and Multilingualism). Georgetown University, Washington D.C., 14-16 March 2014.

Workshop organisation

  • Co-organiser, with Evghenia Goltsev, Olga Iljina, and Katja Roller, of the international workshop "Attitudes to Language Change, Variation and (Non-native) Speakers" at the Reasearch Training Group DFG 1624 "Frequency Effects in Language", 11-12 April 2013, invited speakers: Peter Garrett (Cardiff University), Adriana Hanulíková (University of Freiburg), Marion Krause (University of Hamburg)