Erika Weinberger, M.A.

Telefon: +49 431 880 2415

Leibnizstraße 10, R.412


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University education


starting 10/2017          Doctorate, fellowship granted by the Federal State Funding at Kiel University

                                    (Landesgraduiertendtipendium der CAU Kiel),

                                    Working title: Domains of Verbal Agreeement

                                    Supervised by Prof. Dr. Alena Witzlack-Makarevich


10/2014 - 11/ 2016      M.A. in Language Sciences at Bremen University


10/2011 - 10/2014       B.A. in Linguistics and English Studies at Kiel University




07/ 2015                         Poster presentation on Precipitation expressions in Maltese from a Typological View

                                       at the 5th International Conference on Maltese Linguistics (Lingwistika Maltija) in Turin


06/2017                          Presentation on Noun plurals in Maltese speaking children

                                       at the 6th International Conference on Maltese Linguistics (Lingwistika Maltija) in Bratislava


Working experience


since 12/2016               AUTOTYP typological database network (Directors: Balthasar Bickel and Johanna Nichols):

                                     Compiling language reports and entering datasets on Grammatical Relations and Agreement


10/2016 - 09/2017       Research Assistant at the Department of General Linguistics at Kiel University


08/2012 - 09/2016       Teacher for German as a foreign language


10/2015                        Student Assistant at the Institute of Linguistics at the University of Malta:

                                     Helping with running a root-priming experiment within a project

                                     on morphological productivity in Maltese (supervised by Dr. Albert Gatt)


02/2015 - 12/2015       Student Assistant at Bremen University

                                    Archiving and digitalizing historic atlas registers as part of the project

                                    Language in Colonial Contexts (Prof. Dr. Thomas Stolz)