Presentations & Talks

Being part of conferences is always a great opportunity to get valuable feedback from an expert audience. Various people in cities all over Europe left lasting memories and professional as well as personal contacts. Currently, I’m happy to share the results of our research project ”Sound Patterns and Linguistic Structures at the Transition Space in Conversation”.

Poster Presentations

2019

Phonological Development and Bilingualism –The Acquisition of English Velar Nasals. Phonetik und Phonologie 15 (P&P 15). Düsseldorf, Germany.

2018

Realisations of /ɹ / in Learner English – The Role of Bilingualism. Phonetik und Phonologie 14 (P&P 14). Vienna, Austria.

Phonological CLI – Bilinguals‘ Acquisition of English Affricates. CuTLi 2018 – English as an Additional Language. Hamburg, Germany.

2017

English as L2 – Phonological Cross-Linguistic Influence in Turkish-German Bilinguals. Phonetik und Phonologie 13 (P&P 13). Berlin, Germany.

English as L2 – Phonological Cross-Linguistic Influence in Turkish-German Bilinguals. CuTLi 2017. Hamburg, Germany.

Talks

2021

Transferring Stress Patterns. 7th Young Linguists’ Meeting in Poznan – Rethinking Language and Identity in the Multilingual World. Online, organised in Poznan, Poland.

2020 (postponed to 2021)

Factive Would in Irish English. CutLi 2020 – Global Dialect Laboratories in Multilingual Ecologies. Hamburg, Germany.  

2019

Phonological Development of Bilinguals in Additional Language Learning. 13th International Conference on Native and Non-native accents of English (ACCENT). Lodz, Poland.

Bilinguals’ Abilities in Foreign Language Acquisition. II International Congress of Bilingualism Studies and European Turks (BISET). Cologne, Germany.

Phonological Development of Rhoticity in Foreign Language Acquisition. CuTLi 2019 – Multilingual Development und World Englishes. Hamburg, Germany.

2018

Realisations of /ɹ/ in Learner English – The Role of Bilingualism. CuTLi 2018 – English as an Additional Language. Hamburg, Germany.

2017

English as L2 – Phonological Cross-Linguistic Influence in Turkish-German Bilinguals. SMYS & SYRISM. Szczyrk, Poland.

English as L2 – Phonological CLI – Bilinguals‘ Acquisition of English Affricates. ISLE Summer School. Regensburg; Germany.

Contact me

Kathrin Feindt
Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik
Universität Hamburg
Hamburg, 22297
Germany
Kathrin.Feindt(at)uni-hamburg.de
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