Lehrstuhl für Anglistik, insbesondere Linguistik


Description:Lehrstuhl für Anglistik, insbesondere Linguistik
Address:
Bismarckstraße 1
91054 Erlangen


Research Fields

Cognitive Linguistics, especially Construction Grammar
English syntax, especially Valency Theory and Argument Structure Constructions
Lexicography
Linguistics and Foreign Language Teaching
Translation Theory


Related Project(s)


Englisches Konstruktikon
Prof. Dr. Stefan Evert; Prof. Dr. Thomas Herbst
(01/01/2016)


Grammatische Terminologie
Prof. Dr. Mechthild Habermann; Prof. Dr. Thomas Herbst; Dr. Peter Uhrig
(01/01/2016)


Patterns that go together with verbs
Dr. Susen Faulhaber; Prof. Dr. Thomas Herbst
(01/01/2016)


Mehrsprachigkeit und Migration
Prof. Dr. Eva Breindl; Prof. Dr. Lutz Edzard; Prof. Dr. Stefan Evert; Dr. Cordula Glass; Prof. Dr. Thomas Herbst; Prof. Dr. Magdalena Michalak; Prof. Dr. Thorsten Piske; Katrin Schwanke; Dr. Anja Steinlen
(01/01/2016)


Words that go together
Dr. Susen Faulhaber; Prof. Dr. Thomas Herbst
(01/01/2016)



Publications (Download BibTeX)

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Klotz, M. (2019). Explaining Explain: Some Remarks on Verb Complementation, Argument Structure and the History of Two English Verbs. English Studies. https://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0013838X.2018.1558701
Herbst, T. (2018). Menschliche Sprache: Ein Netzwerk aus Mustern genannt Konstruktionen. In Sprachwelten (pp. 105-147). Erlangen: FAU University Press.
Herbst, T. (2018). Über Kognition zur Konstruktion - Zielorientiertes Lernen fremdsprachlicher Konstruktionen von links nach rechts. In Jürgen Erfurt & Sabine De Knop (Eds.), Konstruktionsgrammatik und Mehrsprachigkeit. (pp. 149-172). Duisburg: Universitätsverlag Rhein-Ruhr OHG.
Herbst, T. (2018). Is language a Collostructicon? – A Proposal for Looking at Collocations, Valency, Argument Structure and Other Constructions. In Pascual Cantos-Gómez & Moisés Almela-Sánchez (Eds.), Lexical Collocation Analysis: Advances and Applications (pp. 1-22). Cham: Springer.
Uhrig, P., Evert, S., & Proisl, T. (2018). Collocation Candidate Extraction from Dependency-Annotated Corpora: Exploring Differences across Parsers and Dependency Annotation Schemes. In Cantos-Gómez P, Almela-Sánchez M (Eds.), Lexical Collocation Analysis: Advances and Applications. (pp. 111–140). Cham: Springer International Publishing.
Herbst, T. (2018). Collo-Creativity and Blending: Recognizing Creativity Requires Lexical Storage in Constructional Slots. Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, 66(3), 309-326.
Herbst, T. (2017). Wörterbuch war gestern: Programm für ein unifiziertes Konstruktikon. In Stefan J. Schierholz, Rufus Hjalmar Gouws, Zita Hollós, Werner Wolski (Eds.), Wörterbuchforschung und Lexikographie (pp. 169-206). Berlin/Boston: de Gruyter.
Herbst, T. (2017). Grünes Licht für pädagogische Konstruktionsgrammatik - Denn: Linguistik ist nicht (mehr) nur Chomsky. Fremdsprachen Lehren und Lernen, 46(2), 119-135.
Evert, S., Uhrig, P., Bartsch, S., & Proisl, T. (2017). E-VIEW-Alation – a Large-Scale Evaluation Study of Association Measures for Collocation Identification. In Iztok K, Carole T, Miloš J, Jelena K, Simon K, and Vít B (Eds.), Electronic Lexicography in the 21st Century. Proceedings of the eLex 2017 Conference (pp. 531–549). Leiden, NL: Brno: Lexical Computing.
Herbst, T. (2017). Foreign Language Learning is Construction Learning: Principles of Pedagogic Construciton Grammar. In Sabine De Knop, Gaëtanelle Gilquin (Eds.), Applied Construction Grammar (pp. 21-52). Berlin/Boston: de Gruyter Mouton.
Klotz, M., & Herbst, T. (2016). English Dictionaries: A Linguistic Introduction. Berlin: Erich Schmidt Verlag.
Herbst, T. (2016). Foreign Language Learning is Construction Learning. Principles of Pedagogic Construction Grammar. In Gilquin Gaëtanelle; De Knop Sabine, (Eds.), Applied Construction Grammar (pp. 21-51). Berlin/Boston: de Gruyter Mouton.
Herbst, T. (2016). Wörterbuch war gestern. Programm für ein unifiziertes Konstruktikon! In schierholz, Stefan, Gouws Rufus Hjalmar, Hollós Zita, Wolski Werner (Eds.), Wörterbuchforschung und Lexikographie (pp. 169-206). Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter.
Proisl, T., & Uhrig, P. (2016). SoMaJo: State-of-the-art tokenization for German web and social media texts. In Cook P, Evert S, Schäfer R, Stemle E (Eds.), Proceedings of the 10th Web as Corpus Workshop (WAC-X) and the EmpiriST Shared Task (pp. 57-62). Berlin, DE: Berlin: Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL).
Uhrig, P., & Herbst, T. (Eds.) (2015). Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association. Berlin: de Gruyter Mouton.
Faulhaber, S., & Herbst, T. (Eds.) (2015). Constructions - Aspects of Construction Grammar. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter.
Ostermann, C. (2015). Cognitive Lexicography. A New Approach to Lexicography Making Use of Cognitive Semantics. Berlin / Boston: Walter de Gruyter.
Ostermann, C. (2015). Review of Kathrin Steyer. 2014. Usuelle Wortverbindungen. Zentrale Muster des Sprachgebrauchs aus korpusanalytischer Sicht. Tübingen: Narr. International Journal of Lexicography, 28(2), 260-265. https://dx.doi.org/10.1093/ijl/ecv009
Herbst, T. (2015). Corpora, constructions and cognition. ΠΕДΑГОГИУЕСΚИЙ ЖУРНАЛ БАШΚОРТОСТАНА, 56 (1), 243-248.
Herbst, T. (2015). Why Construction Grammar Catches the Worm and Corpus Data can Drive you Crazy: Accounting for Idiomatic and Non-Idiomatic Idiomaticity. Journal of Social Sciences, 11 (3), 91-110. https://dx.doi.org/10.3844/jssp.2015.91.110

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