Sabine Arndt-Lappe

Sabine Arndt-Lappe studied English and Latin at the University of Marburg, originally to become a teacher, and obtained her degree ('1. Staatsexamen') in 1999. She then worked as a researcher ('wiss. Mitarbeiterin' and 'akademische Rätin') at the universities of Marburg, Siegen, and Düsseldorf, before she was appointed professor of English linguistics at the University of Trier in 2015.

 

 

Research interests

Sabine Arndt-Lappe is a structural linguist, and her research has both an empirical and a theoretical focus. Recent topics include:

  • variation and productivity in the English lexicon: 

    • formal and semantic aspects of word-formation, prosodic morphology, phonology

  • grammatical variation in English: 

    • adverb placement

  • linguistic theory: 

    • analogy-based and usage-based models of grammar, computational analogical modeling, Optimality Theory

 

Current projects & collaborations

 

 

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