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Martin Thiering

Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae

MARTIN THIERING

PhD

 

Education and Professional Experience
2016
Visiting Fellow, Bibliotheca Hertziana, Max-Planck-Institut für Kunstgeschichte, Rome, Prof. Dr. Tanja Michalsky (Director), Project: Representation and mapping of grid and vectorial maps with focus on cognitive maps
January–September 2015
Fellow, Excellence Cluster Bild Wissen Gestal­tung. Ein interdiszi­plinäres Labor, Prof. Dr. Horst Bredekamp and Prof. Dr. Jürgen Trabant
Since February 2015
Privatdozent (Adjunct Professor) Technical University Berlin, Department of Linguistics
June 2014
Habilitation treatise (venia legendi Cognitive Linguistics). Berlin Technical University, Department of General Linguistics
Since 2012
Coordinator TOPOI Excellence Cluster 264, Area C-5-1: “Common Sense Geography and Mental Modelling”, Free University Berlin, Prof. Dr. Klaus Geus
Since 2011
Lecturer at the Berlin Technical University, Department of General Linguistics
Since 2009
Lecturer at the Humboldt University Berlin, Department of Philosophy I
January–May 2014
Research Fellow Kolleg-Forschergruppe “Bildakt und Verkörperung”, Humboldt University Berlin, Prof. Dr. Horst Bredekamp and Prof. Dr. Jürgen Trabant
October 2013
Submission of habilitation treatise at the Berlin Technical University, Institute for Language and Communication, Department of General Linguistics Title: Spatial Semiotics and Spatial Mental Models: Figure-Ground Asymmetries in Spatial Language and Cognition
May–July 2013
Senior Fellow TOPOI Excellence Cluster 264, Area C-5-1: “Common Sense Geography and Mental Modelling”, Free University Berlin, Prof. Dr. Klaus Geus
September 2008–Oc­tober 2012
Visiting Scholar at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, and Research Scholar at the Humboldt University Berlin, TOPOI Excellence Cluster 264, Research Group E-II: “Historical Episte­mology of Space: The Interrelation of Experience and Theoretical Re­flection in the Historical Devel­opment of Spatial Thinking”, Prof. Dr. Jürgen Renn and Dr. Matthias Schemmel
2006–2007
Postdoctoral Fellow and Research Associate of Prof. Dr. Ray Jackendoff and Prof. Dr. Dan Dennett, Tufts University, USA, Center for Cognitive Studies
2001–2007
PhD in Linguistics, University of Alberta, Canada; defense passed January 12, 2007; doctoral candidacy completed October, 2004 Title of PhD thesis: The Construction of Topological Space
1999
Semester abroad at the University of Bergen, Norway, funded by the German Academic Exchange Service and the German Linguistics and Language Institute Bergen
1994–2001
Double Major (Magister Artium) in Applied Linguistics and Scandinavian Lan­guages and Literature, University of Hamburg, Germany Title of MA thesis: Das mentale Lexikon in der L2-Sprachproduktion (The Mental Lexicon in L2 Speech Production)
 

Awards and Assistantships

2014
Research Fellow Kolleg-Forschergruppe “Bildakt und Verkörperung”. Humboldt University Berlin, Germany, Prof. Dr. Horst Bredekamp and Prof. Dr. Jürgen Trabant
2013
Research Fellow TOPOI Excellence Cluster 264, Area C-5-1: “Common Sense Geography and Mental Modelling”, Free University Berlin, Prof. Dr. Klaus Geus
2006–2007
Postdoctoral scholarship, Tufts University, USA, Center for Cognitive Studies
2001–2006
Research Assistant for Prof. Dr. Sally Rice for the “Daghida Project: Language Research and Revitalization in a First Nations Community”, a SSHRC-funded Community-University Research Alliance Grant, Uni­versity of Alberta, Canada
2001–2003
Teaching Assistant (Introductory Course Linguistics). Linguistics Department, University of Alberta
2004–2005
Gordin Kaplan Graduate Student Award, University of Alberta
2001–2006
Five-year graduate assistantship/scholarship, De­partment of Linguistics, Uni­versity of Alberta
2001–2002
DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) PhD scholarship, University of Alberta, Department of Linguistics
1999
DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) scholarship/student assistant­ship, University of Bergen, Nor­way, Department of German language and literature
 
Teaching experience

2017
Einführung in die Kognitive Semantik (Introduction to Cognitive Semantics). Seminar, Allgemeine Linguistik, Technische Universität Berlin. Seminar, Allgemeine Linguistik, Technische Universität Berlin.
2016/17
Raumpraktiken: Kategorisierungsprozesse in Sprache und Denken.(Practices of Space: Categorization Processes in Language and Thinking). Seminar, Allgemeine Linguistik, Technische Universität Berlin.
2016
Einführung in Raumtheorien: Philosophische und kognitionspsychologische Perspektiven (Introduction to Theories of Space: Philosophical and Cognitive Psychological Perspectives). Hafencity Universität Hamburg.
2016
Introduction to Linguistic Relativity. Freiburg University College.
2016
Einführung in die Phänomenologie des Raumes (Introduction to the Phenomenology of Space). Seminar, Philosophie I, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, together with Dr. Johan Blomberg.
2016
Einführung in die Raumlinguistik (Introduction to Spatial Linguistics), together with Dr. Johan Blomberg.
2015/2016
Phänomenologie der Wahrnehmung (Phenomenology of Perception). Hauptseminar, Philosophie I, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
2015/2016
Kognitive Karten (Cognitive Maps). Seminar, Allgemeine Linguistik, Technische Universität Berlin.
2015
Mentale Modelle der Wissensrepräsentation. Hauptseminar,   Philosophie I, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
2015
Kognitive Grammatik. Seminar, Allgemeine Linguistik, Technische Universität Berlin.
2014/15  
Sprachliche Relativität (Linguistic Relativity). Seminar, Berlin Technical University, Department of General Linguistics
2014
Sprache und Kognition (Language and Cognition). Seminar, Berlin Technical University, Department of General Linguistics
2014  
Philosophische Untersuchungen (Philosophical Investigations). Seminar, Humboldt University Berlin, Department of Philosophy I, together with Sebastian Seidler
2013/2014
Grammatologie (Of Grammatology). Advanced seminar, Humboldt University Berlin, Department of Philosophy I, together with Sebastian Seidler
2013/2014
Kognitive Linguistik und Phänomenologie (Cognitive Linguistics and Phenome­nology). Seminar, Berlin Technical University, Department of General Linguistics
2013/2014
Mentale Modelle.  (Mental Models). Seminar, Berlin Technical University, Department of General Linguistics
2013
Referenzrahmen (Frames of Reference). Advanced Seminar, Berlin Technical University, Department of General Linguistics
 2013
Phänomenologie und Kognition (Phenomenology and Cognition). Seminar, Hum­boldt University Berlin, Department of Philosophy I
2012/2013
Raumkognition/Raumsemantik (Cognition of Space/Semantics of Space). Advanced Seminar, Berlin Technical University, Department of General Linguistics
2012
Sprachliche Relativität und Raumlinguistik (Linguistic Relativity and Linguistics of Space). Advanced seminar, Berlin Technical University, Department of Gen­eral Linguistics
2012
Konstruktion und Phänomenologie der Wahrnehmung (Construction and Pheno­menology of Visual Perception). Seminar, Humboldt University Berlin, De­part­ment of Philosophy I
2011/2012
Erkenntnistheorie der Spur (Epistemology of Trace). Advanced seminar, Hum­boldt University Berlin, Department of Philosophy I
2011
Semiotik und Sprechakttheorie (Semiotics and Speech Act Theory). Advanced seminar, Humboldt University Berlin, Department of Philosophy I
2010/2011
Sprache und Kognition (Language and Cognition). Advanced seminar, Humboldt- University Berlin, Department of Philosophy I
2010
Einführung in den Radikalen Konstruktivismus (Introduction to Radical Construc­tivism). Seminar, Humboldt University Berlin, Department of Philosophy I
2009/2010
Semiotik und Sprechakttheorie: Vom Gebrauch der Zeichen (Semiotics and Speech Act Theory: On the Usage of Signs). Seminar, Humboldt University Berlin, Department of Philosophy I
2007
Introduction to Syntactic Theories. As Teaching Assistant of Prof. Dr. Ray Jackendoff, Tufts University, Center for Cognitive Studies
2006
Introduction to Linguistics. In collaboration with Prof. Dr. Ray Jackendoff, Tufts University, Center for Cognitive Studies
2005
History of Linguistics. Advanced seminar, University of Alberta, Department of Linguistics
2004
Introductory Linguistics. University of Alberta, Depart­ment of Linguistics
2003
Readings in Pre-Chomskian Linguistics. Advanced seminar, University of Al­berta, Department of Linguistics
1999
Student Assistant and Instructor of three graduate courses on German literature and literary criticism, German linguistics, psycholinguistics, and applied linguis­tics at the University of Bergen, Norway, Department of German Language and Literature
1997–1999
Student Assistant at University of Hamburg, Department of Applied Linguistics
1995–1997
Tutor at University of Hamburg, Department of Scandinavian Languages and Literature
 
Supervision of B.A. Theses

2015
Anne Mareike Lisker. Maurice Merleau-Ponty und das Smartphone: Verkörperungstheorien und Wahrnehmungstheorien. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Philosophische Fakultät I, Institut für Philo­sophie.
2015
Jan Möller. Erkenntnis und Erleben. Zur Intuition als Erkenntnismethode bei Henri Bergson. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Philosophische Fakultät I, Institut für Philo­sophie.
2013
Jonas Nölle. Räumliche Referenzrahmen im Deutschen. Eine kognitionslinguistische Analyse von Konzeptualisierungen räumlicher Szenen. Berlin Technical University, Depart­ment of General Linguistics, Institute for Language and Communication
2012
Bastian Diekmann. Das Nichts in den Texten M. Heideggers. Eine Annäherung: Wie lässt sich das Nichts lesend denken und denkend erfahren? Humboldt University Berlin, De­partment of Philosophy I  
Supervision of M.A. Theses
2016
Isabel Hartmann. Audiovisuelle Codierung von urbanen Räumen und deren Wahrnehmung. Eine qualitative Analyse von Stadt-Imagefilmen
2015
Caspar Maximilian auf der Horst  Das symbolische Zeichen im Mythos. Zur symbolgebundenen Welterfahrung Ernst Cassirers. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Department of Philosophy I
2015
Petra Hart. Eine Annäherung an den Anderen. Zum Problem der Sprache in Levinas’ Jenseits des Seins. Freie Universität Berlin, Philosophie.
2015
Anna Henker. Zeitbeschreibende Gesten im Sprachvergleich – Eine kognitionslinguisti­sche Gestenanalyse im Finnlandschwedischen. Berlin Technical University, Department of General Linguistics, Institute for Language and Communication
2014
Maria Kiseleva. Sprache, Raum und Perspektivität in Reiseführern. Eine vergleichende Studie zwischen dem Russischen und Deutschen. Berlin Technical University, Department of General Linguistics, Institute for Language and Communication
Supervision of Postdocproject


2016
Research Project with Dr. Johan Blomberg (Postdoc at the Technische University Berlin, Linguistics & Lund University) on „The Objectification of Space - Lingusitic and Historical Explorations of the Concept Space“. 
 
Conference Presentations (Peer Reviewed)

2014
Cognitive maps of landmark orientation. Constructions and Cognition. Sechste Interna­tionale Konferenz der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Kognitive Linguistik (DGKL). Fried­rich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, 30 September–2 October
2014
Gestaltkonstruktionen in Sprache und visueller Wahrnehmung. Blickwinkel – Stand­punkte. Perspektive und Perspektivität in Bild und Text. Konferenz Topoi Excellence Cluster. The Formation and Transformation of Space and Knowledge in Ancient Civili­zations. Humboldt-Universität & Freie Universität Berlin, 3–4 July
2013
Towards a cognitive-linguistic reconstruction of “mental maps” from ancient texts, gem. mit Günther Goerz und Ekaterina Ilyushechkina. 10th International Workshop on Natu­ral Language Processing and Cognitive Science, Universität Marseille, 15–17 October
2013
Topographical Coordinates in Dene and Eipo. 12th In­ternational Cognitive Linguistics Conference, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, 2328 June
2012
Mental models of spatial cognition: Toponyms and orientation. 11th Biannual Meeting of the German Cognitive Science Society, Bamberg University, Germany, 30 September–3 October
2012
Implicit knowledge structures as mental models in common sense geography. TOPOI Excellence Cluster Workshop Common Sense Geography. Implicit Geographical Knowledge in Antiquity, Free University Berlin, Germany, 1315 September
2012
Topographical Coordinates and Spatial Language. 35th International LAUD Symposium: Cognitive Psycholinguistics: Bilingualism, Cognition and Communication, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany, 2629 March
2011
The influence of environmental landmarks upon spatial language: What about linguistic relativity? Third Conference of the Scandinavian Association for Language and Cogni­tion, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 14–16 June
2011
Mental models and semiotics of space. Towards Cognitive Semiotics. A Semiotic Per­spective on Cognition – A Cognitive Perspective on Semiosis. Seventh Conference of the Nordic Association for Semiotic Studies, Lund University, Center for Cognitive Semi­otics, Sweden, 68 May
2011
Meaning change in spatial concepts. Language Use and Language Structure. Winter Symposium, Aarhus University, Center for Semiotics, Denmark, 2728 January
2010
Successive projections of sequential and summary scanning in Eipo. Fourth Internatio­nal Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association, University of Bremen, Germany, 79 October
2010
Metaphorical usages of spatial concepts in Dene Chipewyan and Eipo. 4th Conference of the International Society for Gesture Studies (ISGS), 2010, European University Viadrina, Frankfurt/Oder, Germany, 2530 July
2010
Representation of mental spaces in Eipo. 3rd UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom, 68 July
2010
Intralingual variation of spatial concepts in an Athapaskan language. 34th International LAUD Symposium: Cognitive Sociolinguistics: Language Variation in its Structural, Conceptual and Cultural Dimensions, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany, 1518 March
2010
Language-specific variation in spatial semantics. 32nd Annual Conference of the Deut­sche Gesellschaft für Sprachwissenschaft (DGfS), Workshop Konzeptualisierung von Raum: Morphosyntax und Semantik spatialer Relatoren, Humboldt University Ber­lin, Germany, 2326 February
2009
The semantic pole in the presumably atemporal processes of spatial categorization in Eipo. International Cognitive Linguistic Conference (ICLC) 11, planned to take place at the University of California, Berkeley, 28 July3 August, cancelled and postponed until 2010, Bejing, China
2007
The construction of topological mental spaces. New Directions in Cognitive Linguistics (NDCL): Second UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Cardiff University, United Kingdom, 2730 August
2006
Cognitive operations in the encoding of topological relations. 5th International Con­ference of the Spanish Cognitive Linguistics Association (AELCO), University of Murcia, Spain, 1921 Octo­ber
2006
The semantics of topological relations: Presenting data from a new elicitation tool. In­ternational Conference of German Cognitive Linguistics Association, Ludwig Maxi­milians University, Munich, Ger­many, 57 October
2006
The semantics of topological relations in Dene Suline Presenting data from a new elici­tation tool. 11th Sinn und Bedeutung Conference, Annual Meeting of the Gesell­schaft für Semantik, University of Pompeu Fabra, Spain, 2123 September
2006
The construction of mental spaces. 11th Sinn und Bedeutung Conference, Annual Mee­ting of the Gesellschaft für Semantik, University of Pompeu, Fabra, 2123 September
2006
Construing topological mental spaces. 39th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE), Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany, 30 August2 September
2006
(with Prof. Dr. Sally Rice) Language on the land: Video-based elicitation materials for Dene languages. Dene Languages Conference, Dene Cultural Institute and the Depart­ment of Linguistics, University of Victoria, Yellowknife, Canada, 1315 June
2006
Classificatory verb systems in Dene. Dene Languages Conference. Dene Cultural Insti­tute) and the Department of Linguistics, University of Victoria, Yellowknife, Canada, 1315 June
2006
Topological Relations in an Athapaskan Language. Colloquium Series. Workshop for the Working Papers Issue 2006, University of Alberta, Department of Linguistics, Canada, 13 April
2005
A new elicitation tool on spatial categorization and construction. New Directions in Cognitive Linguistics (NDCL): First UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, University of Brighton, United Kingdom, 2325 October
2005
The Cognitive Semantic Interface in the Construction of Spatial Mental Spaces. Post-Cognitivist Psychology 2005 Conference, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom, 4–6 July
2005
Spatial categorization in Dene Suline: Presenting data from a new elicitation tool. 9th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Yonsei University, South Korea, 1722 July
2005
The construction of topological space. 1st Scandinavian PhD Conference in Linguistics and Philology, Bergen University, Norway, 1315 June
2004
A cognitive semantic approach to the construction of topological space. Current Trends in Cognitive Linguistics, University of Hamburg, Germany, 1011 December
2004
A corpus-based semantic analysis of Norwegian se. 7th Conference on Conceptual Structure, Discourse & Language, University of Alberta, Canada, 810 October
2003
Relational predications in Northern Athapaskan: A cognitive semantic analysis. 8th In­ternational Cognitive Linguistics Conference, University La Rioja, Spain, 2025 July
2003
(with Prof. Dr. Sally Rice and Lindsay Greiner) Language, culture, and cognition and the encoding of topological relations (or how space isn’t so “basic” in Dene and Cree). Language, Culture and Cognition: An International Conference on Cognitive Linguis­tics.  Catholic University Braga, Portugal, 1618 July
2001
The mental lexicon in L2 production. Annual Conference of the Linguistic Society of Alberta, Banff, Canada, 13–15 October
 
Invited Presentations and Public Lectures
2017
Implicit and tacit knowledge in Flavio Biondo’s historiographical and geographical “Italia Illustrata”. Streets, Routes, Methods I: Reflections on Paths, Spaces and Temporalities, MPI Florence, 05–06.

2017
with Ekaterina Ilyushechkina (RANEPA Moscow) and Gunther Goerz (FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg, MPI Rome).
Ancient Geography Goes Digital: Representation of Spatial Orientation in Ancient Texts. Classical Philology Goes Digital. Working on Textual Phenomena of Ancient Texts. University Leipzig, 16–17 February.

2017
with Guenther Goerz (University Nuremberg-Erlangen), Spatial Cognition in Historical Geographic Texts and Maps:
Methodologies and Theories. Digital Infrastructure for Named Entities Data. Leipzig, Humboldt Chair for Digital Humanities January 11–13.

2016
Interdisciplinary Take on Linguistic Relativity. Institut für Mehrsprachigkeit, Universität Fribourg, Schweiz, 17–20 September.
2015
Cognitive maps in Dene and Eipo. Linguistics Circle Lecture Series, School of Linguistics and English Literature, Bangor University, Wales, 4 November.
2015
Raumpraktiken: Kognitionslinguistische und kognitionsanthropologische Aspekte der Raumorientierung. Institut für Mehrsprachigkeit, University of Fribourg, Schweiz, 17 September.
2014
Figure-Ground Reversals in Language and Visual Perception: A Cognitive Semiotic Approach. Workshop Perspectivization in Language: Source-Goal Asymmetry in Motion Events, Deixis, and Frames of Reference. Topoi Excellence Cluster, Berlin, 25–26 July.
2014
Kognitive Karten: Figur-Grund-Asymmetrien und Referenzrahmen (Cognitive maps: Figure-ground asymmetries and reference frames). Third Thursday Cluster Meeting. Keytopic Mapping. Topoi Excellence Cluster. The Formation and Transformation of    Space and Knowledge in Ancient Civilizations. Humboldt University Berlin, 19 June.
2014
Gestalt constructions in Navigation. Center for Cognitive Semiotics. Lund University, Sweden, 18–20 March.
2014
Spatial Semiotics. Center for Cognitive Semiotics. Lund University, Sweden, 18–20 March.
2013
Mentale Modelle der Raumkognition (Mental models of spatial cognition). Ringvorlesung Kognitionswissenschaft (Public Lecture Series on Cognitive Sciences). Humboldt University Berlin, Psychology, 24 April.
2013
Spatial Semantics/Semiotics and Gestalt Theory. Kolleg-Forschergruppe Bildakt und Verkörperung. Berlin, Germany, 18 February.
2012
Mental models of implicit knowledge in dead reckoning. TOPOI Excellence Cluster Workshop Common Sense Geography, Free University Berlin, Germany, 1315 September.
2012
Mental Spaces and Topographical Coordinates. Berlin Technical University, Insti­tute for Language and Communication, Germany, 16 May.
2011
Spatial Semantics in Dene Chipewyan (Athapaskan) and Eipomek (Trans-New Guinea). Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, 27 June.
2011
Mentale Modelle: Schnittmenge zwischen implizitem und explizitem Wissen? (Mental models: Intersection between implicit and explicit knowledge?) TOPOI Excellence Cluster Workshop Implizites Wissen, Free University Berlin, 18 March.
2011
Überlegungen zur Relation von Sprache und Kognition (Thoughts on the rela­tion be­tween language and cognition). TOPOI Excellence Cluster 264, Research Group Bewegungsraum, Free University Berlin, 11 January.
2010
Raumrepräsentation in nicht-schriftsprachlichen Kulturen. Sprache, Kognition und Kultur am Beispiel des Hausbaus der Eipo in West-Neuguinea. (Representations of space in non-written cultures. Language, cognition and culture exemplified by house building techniques in Eipo on Papua New Guinea). Public lecture and film screening on the occasion of the Wissenschaftsjahr. Film in der Wissenschaft – Eine Werkschau mit Experten. Forscherfilme: Wissenschaft als Experi­ment und visuelles Erlebnis. Free University Berlin, 25 May.
2009
Linguistic spatial representations in Dene Chipewyan and Eipomek. TOPOI Excellence Cluster 264, Research Group C-I-1 Spaces in Language, Humboldt University Berlin, In­stitute for Egyptology and Archeology of North Africa, 10 November.
2005
The construction of space. Forum for Kognitiv Vitenskap, University of Bergen, German Department, Norway, 29 April.
1999
A representational model of the conceptual semantic interface: Towards a new theory of the mental lexicon. University of Bergen, German Department, Norway, 4 November.
 
Memberships and Research Group Participation

Member of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Semiotik (DGS), since 2012.

Member of the Gesellschaft für Kognitionswissenschaft e.V. (GK), since 2011.

Member of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Sprachwissenschaft (DGfS), since 2009.

Member of the International Cognitive Linguistic Association (ICLA), since 2007.

Member of the UK Cognitive Linguistics Association, since 2006.

Member of the German Cognitive Linguistic Association, 2004.


Participant of the Neuroscience & Culture reading group, Max Planck Institute for the His­tory of Science, Berlin, 2008
2010.

Participant of the Body, Language, and Mind (BLAM) reading group, University of Alberta, 2001
2006.

Research in English Linguistics and Cognitive Linguistics Colloquium, University of Hamburg, 1997.  
 
Miscellaneous

Reviewer of the Language Sciences Journal, Elsevier, since 2013.

Conceptualization of the displays “Image/Sign/Sound” and “Language/Communication” for the new permanent exhibition of the Museum for Communication Berlin, 2013.


Coordinator and organizer of the monthly meeting Theories of Space and Knowledge Work­shops,
TOPOI Excellence Cluster 264, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, 20082012.

Chair at the
4th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Kings College, London, 1012 July 2012.

Chair at the Sciences of Communication in the 20th Century Workshop, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin, 18
20 March, 2010.

Participant of the 8th internationalen Kongreß der Gesellschaft für Anthropologie (GfA), Mu­nich, 14–18 September, 2009.


Reviewer for the 11th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference (ICLC), University of Ca­lifornia, Berkeley, 28 July
3August, 2009.

Participant at and co-organizer of the Building Meaning from Language conference, sponsored by Tufts University, Department of Psychology, and the American Psychological Associa­tion, Medford, USA, 14
16, June, 2007.

Initiator, organizer, and facilitator of the Linguistic Working Papers Workshop, University of Alberta, Department of Linguistics, 13 April, 2006.


Participant of the Language, Culture & Mind: Integrating Perspectives & Methodologies in the Study of Language conference. Portsmouth, UK, 18
20 July, 2004.

Volunteer and co-organizer at the Seventh Conference on Conceptual Structure, Discourse & Language (CSDL-7), University of Alberta, 8
10 October, 2004.

Volunteer and co-organizer at the Seventh Annual Workshop on Structure and Constituency in the Languages of the Americas (WSCLA-7), University of Alberta, 22
24 March, 2002.
 


Languages


Competence

German
Native speaker
English
Oral and written fluency/excellent
Norwegian
Advanced
Swedish, Danish
Vantage/upper intermediate
French
Basic reading comprehension/elementary
Athapaskan Languages (Na-Dené): Beaver, Cherokee, Dene Chipewyan, Dogrib, Koyukon, Navajo (Apache), Slavey, Tlingit
Analytical skills/elementary
Mek-Languages (Papua New Guinea): Eipomek, Yali/Kossarek
Analytical skills/elementary
Uto-Aztecan: Hopi
Analytical skills/elementary
Totonacan: Upper Necaxa Totonac
Analytical skills/elementary
                                                                                Berlin, 24 July 2014

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