Proceedings of the LCTG3 Conference
Edited By Amei Koll-Stobbe and Sebastian Knospe
Birte ARENDT is a lecturer and researcher in linguistics at the Department of German at Greifswald University, Germany. In 2008 she submitted a Ph.D. thesis treating the current metalinguistic discourses on Low German. Her current research addresses the argumentative competence of pre-school children.
Andreea CALUDE is a lecturer in Linguistics at the University of Waikato, New Zealand. She has worked in various areas of theoretical linguistics including morphology, syntax, corpus linguistics and machine translations. Her current interests revolve around frequency-of-use effects in language – not only in the lexicon and in grammar, but also in language contact, following the progress of Maōri loanwords into New Zealand English.
Karin EBELING is a lecturer and researcher at the University of Magdeburg, Germany. Her research focuses on the varieties of English. Areas of particular interest are the regional variations of English, the use of English in literature by non-native writers, especially from India, and the interrelation between language and culture. She is also interested in (Critical) Discourse Analysis.