My name is Kathrin Feindt, I live in Wilhelmshaven, Germany, and with current role as postdoctoral researcher I support the DFG-founded project “Sound Patterns and Linguistic Structures at the Transition Space in Conversation” at the Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel. In this, we investigate the most important intonational patterns leading to speaker change cross-linguistically with German as well as Swedish speakers.
I was born near Hamburg, and spend a year in Ireland, bevor beginning my linguistic studies at the Friedrich-Schiller University Jena. I graduated with a M.A in German Linguistics after finishing my B.A in English Studies and General Linguistics. After my M.A, I moved back to my hometown to persue my academic carreer at the University of Hamburg.
Phonetics, Phonology, Phonological Development, Third Language Acquisition, Multilingualism, Conversational Analysis
March 2021: Extremely happy to start my new position as postdoctoral researcher at the University of Kiel. I’m very exited to be part of this great project from Prof. Dr. Margaret Zellers: https://gepris.dfg.de/gepris/projekt/444631148?language=en
January 2021: I submitted my PhD thesis! This is a big day in my life and a very important step for my academic career. Really looking forward to my defense.
June 2020: I am happy see my first Blog post going public, explaining why ponuncing a foreign language is so hard. You can find it here: BLOMBI
Mai 2020: Due to the Corona Pandemic we took the hard decision to postpone CuTLi 2020.
December 2019: I attended the 13th International Conference on Native and Non-native accents of English (ACCENT) in Lodz, Poland and gave a talk on the Phonological Development of Bilinguals in Additional Language Learning.