Prof. Dr. Thomas Herbst



Organisation


Lehrstuhl für Anglistik, insbesondere Linguistik



Project lead


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)


Other Research Activities

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Memberships in representative bodies / functions (FAU-internal)
Prof. Dr. Thomas Herbst
Speaker of the Faculty
(01/10/2004 - 30/09/2006)
Memberships in representative bodies / functions (FAU-internal)
Prof. Dr. Thomas Herbst
Senat (Membership)
(01/10/2002 - 30/09/2004)
Memberships in representative bodies / functions (FAU-internal)
Prof. Dr. Thomas Herbst
Department's board of directors (Membership)
(01/10/2007 - 30/09/2009)
Memberships in representative bodies / functions (FAU-internal)
Prof. Dr. Thomas Herbst
Interdisziplinary Center (Speaker)
(02/02/2005)
Memberships in representative bodies / functions (FAU-internal)
Prof. Dr. Thomas Herbst
Management Board / Speaker of a FAU-Central Institute
(01/01/2016)


Publications (Download BibTeX)

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Herbst, T. (2019). Dependency and valency approaches. In Bas Aarts, Gill Bowie and Gergana Popovo (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of English Grammar. (pp. 124-152). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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. (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.
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 (Hrg.), Konstruktionsgrammatik und Mehrsprachigkeit. (pp. 149-172). Duisburg: Universitätsverlag Rhein-Ruhr OHG.
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.
Herbst, T. (2017). Grünes Licht für pädagogische Konstruktionsgrammatik - Denn: Linguistik ist nicht (mehr) nur Chomsky. Fremdsprachen Lehren und Lernen, 46(2), 119-135.
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 (Hrg.), Wörterbuchforschung und Lexikographie. (pp. 169-206). Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter.

Last updated on 2016-05-05 at 05:00