Main research areas

Clinical Linguistics

Prof. Dr. Frank Domahs

Cognitive Semantics and Grammar

Prof. Dr. Beate Hampe

Corpus Linguistics

Prof. Dr. Beate Hampe

Discourse Analysis

Prof. Dr. Gila Schauer

English teachers' professional competence

Prof. Dr. Petra Kirchhoff

(Im)politeness

Prof. Dr. Gila Schauer

Interactional processes in English classes

Prof. Dr. Petra Kirchhoff

Intercultural Communication

Intercultural Communication

Prof. Dr. Dr. Csaba Földes

Prof. Dr. Gila Schauer

Language Acquisition

Language Acquisition

Prof. Dr. Frank Domahs

Prof. Dr. Dr. Csaba Földes

Prof. Dr. Gila Schauer

 

Language and Gender

Language and Gender

Prof. Dr. Gila Schauer

Language Contact & Language Policy

Language Contact & Language Policy

Prof. Dr. Dr. Csaba Földes

Language Teacher Education

Language Teacher Education

Prof. Dr. Petra Kirchhoff

Literature in English language teaching

Literature in English language teaching

Prof. Dr. Petra Kirchhoff

Prof. Dr. Gila Schauer

Multilingualism

Prof. Dr. Dr. Csaba Földes

Neurolinguistics

Prof. Dr. Frank Domahs

Phraseology

Prof. Dr. Dr. Csaba Földes

Pragmatics

Prof. Dr. Gila Schauer

Prosody

Prof. Dr. Frank Domahs

Psycholinguistics

Prof. Dr. Frank Domahs

Written language

Written language

Prof. Dr. Frank Domahs

Doctoral Studies in Linguistics

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You are interested in doctoral studies in one of our research areas?

Why not contact the potential supervisor per email to share your ideas about your intended research project:

Prof. Dr. Frank Domahs

Prof. Dr. Dr. Csaba Földes

Prof. Dr. Beate Hampe

Prof. Dr. Petra Kirchhoff

Prof. Dr. Gila Schauer

We look forward to hearing from you!

You may also be interested to know that many of our doctoral students are members of our interdisiplinary structured doctoral programme "Sprachberherrschung" / "Mastering Language".