Laurentia Schreiber

E-Mail:laurentia.schreiber(at)uni-bamberg.de
Telefon:0951-863 2491
Raum:SP17/01.17
Anschrift:Schillerplatz 17
96047 Bamberg
Web:https://www.uni-bamberg.de/aspra/team/aktuelles-team/laurentia-schreiber/

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Fachstudienberatung

für das BA-NF "Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft" und den MA "General Linguistics":

E-Mail: studienberatung.aspra(at)uni-bamberg.de

Für den Masterstudiengang "General Linguistics" finden zu Beginn des Wintersemesters 2021/22 zwei offene Sprechstunden statt: Mittwochs, am 20. und 27. Oktober 2021 von 16:00 bis 17:00. Die Sprechstunden werden über MS Teams angeboten. Hier finden sie den Link dazu.

Für Beratungen zum Bachelornebenfach "Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft" wenden Sie sich bitte per E-Mail an Frau Schreiber.

Teaching experience

WiSe 2017/18 ‘Sociolinguistics of minority languages’, MA General Linguistics / Elite-MA Cultural Studies of the Middle East, University of Bamberg

SoSe 2018 ‘Multilingualism in the Middle East’, MA General Linguistics / Elite-MA Cultural Studies of the Middle East, University of Bamberg

SoSe 2018 ‘Linguistic fieldwork: documenting the West Armenian varieties of rural Anatolia’ (together with Prof Geoffrey Haig, Prof Elke Hartmann), MA General Linguistics / Elite-MA Cultural Studies of the Middle East, University of Bamberg

WiSe 2018/19 ‘Language contact’, MA General Linguistics / Elite-MA Cultural Studies of the Middle East, University of Bamberg

SoSe 2019 ‘Language and Migration’, BA General Linguistics, University of Bamberg

WiSe 2019/20 'Researching endangered languages", MA General Linguistics / Elite-MA Cultural Studies of the Middle East, University of Bamberg

SoSe 2020 ‘Language contact’, MA General Linguistics / Elite-MA Cultural Studies of the Middle East, University of Bamberg

WiSe 2020/21 ‘Language documentation’, MA General Linguistics / Elite-MA Cultural Studies of the Middle East, University of Bamberg

WiSe 2020/21 ‘Webinar: When languages connect. Interdisciplinary perspectives on multilingualism in a Middle Eastern context’ (together with Geoffrey Haig), MA General Linguistics / Elite-MA Cultural Studies of the Middle East, University of Bamberg