Marco Wiemann

Early career researcher

LS10 – R.231
Telefon: +49-431-880-2679
wiemann@anglistik.uni-kiel.de

Doctoral research project:

Tracing the History of Pronunciation in Nineteenth-century English (preliminary dissertation title)

Courses winter semester 2020/21:

All courses this semester will take place online. If you've registered for one of my courses via QiS, please sign up for the corresponding OLAT course to receive further information regarding the procedures for this semester.

Office hours:

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be no office hours taking place any time soon. Furthermore, you cannot reach me via my university phone number. However, should you have any queries, do not hesitate to write me an e-mail. There is also the possibility of arranging a video call if necessary.

Research Interests

  • 19th century prescriptivism and grammar writing
  • enregisterment and indexicality in 19th century dialects of English
  • historical phonology
  • English phonetics and phonology
  • the interplay between dialect and identity
  • multicultural urban dialects in England

CV

since October 2019 Early career researcher (wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter) at Kiel University
October 2019 Master of Arts in English and American Literatures, Cultures and Media at Kiel University. MA thesis title: Multicultural London English in Grime Music
April 2017–October 2019 Research assistant to Prof Dr Lieselotte Anderwald
September 2016–March 2017 Semester abroad at Durham University, UK
April 2016 Bachelor of Arts in English and North American Studies and Philosophy at Kiel University. BA thesis title: Dialect and Identity in British Indie Music: A Diachronic Study of Arctic Monkeys

 

Teaching

Winter 2020/21

  • Sociolinguistics

Summer 2020

  • The Phonetics and Phonology of Accents of the British Isles
  • The Structure of English: Basic Course

Winter 2019/20

  • The Phonetics and Phonology of Accents of the British Isles

Publications

  • Wiemann, Marco. 2020. "Phonetics and Phonology (2018)." (Part of chapter one "English Language".) Year's Work in English Studies 99: 23–31.