Dr. phil. Ulrike Stange-Hundsdörfer



Curriculum Vitae





2022 On the Use of GenX So in Present-Day English. University of Mainz.
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Susanne Wagner


2014 "Emotive Interjections in British English. A Corpus-Based Study on Variation in Acquisition, Function and Usage", Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz.
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Günther Lampert

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Curriculum Vitae

seit 10/2012
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, JGU Mainz

Lehrkraft für besondere Aufgaben, JGU Mainz

Stipendiatin (Graduiertenförderung)

Lehrbeauftragte, JGU Mainz

Promotion (Englische Sprachwissenschaft), JGU Mainz

1. Staatsexamen für das Lehramt an Gymnasien (Englisch, Französisch), JGU Mainz

Magister (Englische Sprachwissenschaft, Romanische Philologie – Französisch, Anglistik), JGU Mainz

University of Wales, Bangor; non-graduating student (Modern Languages, Language and Linguistics)

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(2016) Emotive Interjections in British English: A Corpus-Based Study on Variation in Acquisition, Function and Usage. (Studies in Corpus Linguistics 75). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

(2009) The Acquisition of Interjections in Early Childhood. Hamburg: Diplomica.

Journal Articles (Peer-Reviewed)

(accepted) "You're so not going to believe this - The Use of GenX so in Constructions with Future going to in American English". American Speech.

(2016) "I was sat there talking all night: A Corpus-Based Study on Factors Governing Intra-Dialectal Variation in British English". English Language and Linguistics 20 (3): 511-531.

Contributions to Edited Volumes

(2016). With Matthias Eitelmann. "The Pragmatics Explication: Making sense of nerds in The Big Bang Theory (2007–)". In: Beers Fägersten, Kristy (ed.). Watching TV with a Linguist, 114-138. New York: Syracuse UP.

(2014) With Damaris Nübling. "Interjections". In: Müller, Cornelia; Fricke, Ellen; Cienki, Alan & David McNeill (eds.). Handbook of Body - Language - Communication. Multimodal perspectives on language in communication. Vol. 38.2. Berlin/New York: de Gruyter Mouton, 1982-1989.

(2013). With Marcus Callies & Matthias Eitelmann. "LINGUA - eine Einführungsvorlesung in die Englische Sprachwissenschaft im Spannungsfeld von Massenveranstaltung und individuellen Lernprozessen". Gute Lehre – von der Idee zur Realität. Innovative Lehrprojekte an der Johannes-Gutenberg Universität Mainz. Hrsg. vom Gutenberg Lehrkolleg der Johannes-Gutenberg Universität Mainz. (Motivierendes Lehren und Lernen in Hochschulen: Praxisanregungen 18.) Bielefeld: Universitätsverlag Webler, 13-23.

(2013). "Joseph Roth in englischer Übersetzung. Linguistische Betrachtungen zu stilistischen Aspekten in Romananfängen". In: Shchyhlevska, Natalia & Nora Hoffmann (eds.). Joseph Roth als Stilist. Annäherung durch Theorie und Übersetzung. (Studien zur historischen Poetik). Heidelberg: Winter, 169-193.


(2017) Review of Yule, George (2017) The Study of Language. Sixth edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

(2016) Review of Jones, Christian and Daniel Waller (2015) Corpus Linguistics for Grammar. A guide for research. (Routledge Corpus Linguistics Guides). London: Routledge (Taylor & Francis). ICAME Journal 40: 166-172.

(2015) Review of De Rosa, Gian Luigi; Bianchi, Francesca; De Laurentiis, Antonella and Elisa Perego (eds.) (2015) Translating Humour in Audiovisual Texts. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. Link

(2015) Review of Pérez-González, Luis (2014) Audiovisual Translation. Theories, Methods and Issues. London: Routledge Chapman & Hall.Link

(2014) Review of Kruger, Alet; Wallmach, Kim and Jeremy Munday (eds.) (2013) Corpus-Based Translation Studies. Research and Applications. (Continuum Advances in Translation). London: Bloomsbury. Link

(2013) Review of Alcina, Amparo (ed.) (2011) Teaching and Learning Terminology. New Strategies and Methods. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. [Book Notice] Link

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"Emotive Interjections in British English." Keynote presented at Interjection Day, 11 October 2017, Institute for Communication and Arts, Roskilde University, Roskilde, Denmark. [Invited Talk]

"'We are so going to kick your butts.' - The use of GenX so in constructions with going to in American English". Paper presented at UK Language Variation and Change 11, 28-30 August 2017, Cardiff University, Wales, United Kingdom.

"Beyond Adjectives - So going to in the SOAP Corpus." Paper presented at Methods in Dialectology XVI, 7-11 August 2017, National Institute of Japanese and Linguistics (NINJAL), Tokyo, Japan.


"Wow! - A Corpus-Based Study on the Use of Emotive Interjections in Child Speech". Poster presented at CLS - Child Language Symposium, 21-22 July 2015, University of Warwick, Coventry, United Kingdom.

"I was stood there ironing! A Corpus-Based Study on the Distribution of Pseudo-Passives with sat and stood in British and American English". Work-in-progress Report presented at ICAME 36, 27-31 May, Trier, Germany.


"Wow! – A Corpus-Based Study on Differences in the Use of Emotive Interjections i
n Child- and Adult-Directed Speech". Poster presented at ICAME 35, 29 April-4 May, Nottingham, United Kingdom.

(with Claudia Huschto and Anabela Mendes Passos) "Konzeption und Umsetzung kompetenzorientierter Lehre im Fach Englisch". Talk presented at dghd 2014, 17-19 March 2014, Braunschweig, Germany, and DOSS 2014, 26-28 May, Dortmund, Germany.


"Whoops! – A New Approach to Identifying Stages in Cognitive Development". Poster presented at CLS – Child Language Seminar, 23-24 June 2013, Manchester, United Kingdom.

"I was sat there talking all night: A corpus-based study on factors governing intra-dialectal variation in England". Paper presented in the pre-conference workshop on "Processing in corpora: 'Support strategies' in language variation and change" (Britta Mondorf/Javier Pérez-Guerra), ICAME 34, 22-24 May 2013, Santiago de Compostela, Spain.


"Whoops! Spill Cries as Indicators of Cognitive Development in Early Childhood: A Corpus-Based Study". Poster presented at ELA - Early Language Acquisition, 05-07 December 2012, Lyon, France.

"Ugh! & Yuck! A Corpus-Based Study on Naturalness of Expression". Poster presented at PiF - Psycholinguistics in Flanders goes Dutch, 06-07 June 2011, Nijmegen, Netherlands.


"The Use and Function of Ow! and Ouch! in Adult and Child Speech". Poster presented at PiF - Psycholinguistics in Flanders, 25-26 May 2011, Antwerp, Belgium.

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Introduction to English Linguistics
Introduction to English Linguistics (LINGUA-Modell)

Regional and Social Variation of British English English in the British Isles
Grammatical Differences between British & American English
Morphological Differences between British & American English

Seminar (Bachelor)
British-American Differences in Grammar (Blockseminar)
Intensifiers in English

Introduction to English Linguistics
Spoken English
Spoken English (Blended Learning)

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