Priv.-Doz. Dr. Ingo Feldhausen

Anschrift: Institut für Romanische Sprachen und Literaturen
Norbert-Wollheim-Platz 1
  60629 Frankfurt am Main
Raum: IG 6.216
Telefon: 069/798-32036
E-Mail: feldhausen@em.uni-frankfurt.de

 

  

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter im Starken Start

  • Preisträger des 1822-Universitätspreis für exzellente Lehre (2019)
  • Neue Lehr- und Lernmethoden (insbesondere interessant für Lehramtsstudierende)
  • Propädeutische Lehre zu wissenschaftlichen Arbeitsweisen
  • Buchprojekt: Arbeitstechniken Romanistik (Fink/UTB), gemeinsam mit Elisabeth Aßmann (Linguistik) und Dr. Frank Estelmann (Literaturwissenschaft), geplant für 2020
  • Lehrforschungsseminare und -kooperation
  • Beratung von (jungen) Lehrenden bei Fragen zur Lehre und Methodik
  • Erwerb des Zertifikats Hochschullehre (WS 2013/2014)

 

  

Kurzbiografie / Short biography:

Ingo Feldhausen is a postdoctoral researcher/lecturer in the Romance Department of Goethe-Universität Frankfurt (Germany). He obtained his habilitation (postdoctoral dissertation) in 2015 with a thesis on intonational variation in Spanish. He had previously worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Laboratoire de Phonétique et Phonologie (Paris 3) and the Laboratoire de Linguistique Formelle (Paris 7) in France. In 2008, he defended his Ph.D. thesis at the University of Potsdam (Germany) and published it as "Sentential Form and Prosodic Structure of Catalan" (2010) with John Benjamins Publishing. In his research he combines empirical/ experimental research and theoretical explanation and he concentrates on Romance languages such as Spanish, French, Catalan, Italian, and Portuguese.
       In addition, Feldhausen is an award-winning lecturer in higher education with a high interest in language pedagogy and pedagogy of higher education. He obtained a degree in academic teaching in 2014 and took up the role as trainer myself. His innovative teaching includes the regular development of new courses and teaching methods such as his honored portfolio work which aims at teaching the core concepts of scientific reading and writing.

His research and teaching focuses on topics such as:

  • Language variation
  • Multilingualism
  • Diachrony
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Prosodic phonology
  • Syntax
  • Information Structure and discourse
  • Phonology-Syntax interface
  • Methods in Linguistics
  • Language pedagogy and L2 acquisition

Lehrveranstaltungen
Teaching

 

Publikationen
Publications

 
 

Biographisches
Academic Career

 
 

Vorträge (Auswahl)
Selected Presentations

 

NEWS:

  • Auszeichnung / Awarding:

-  Preisträger des "1822-Universitätspreis für exzellente Lehre" 2019 (Goethe-Universität) /
   Award winner of the 1822 university prize for excellent teaching (2019)

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  • Vorträge / Presentations:

-  "Teaching of the Spanish subjunctive in Germany" (joint standard multimodal presentation with Kim Biedebach), International Association of Applied Linguistics (AILA 2020) (University Groningen, the Netherlands; 9-14 August 2020)

- "Focus, prosody, and word order: How new information is encoded in language and how one can investigate focus experimentally" (talk at Ghent University, Belgium; 29 April 2020)

- "On the integration of gradient inter- and intra-speaker variation in linguistic data into formal grammatical theory: A look at prosodic phrasing in Spanish" (talk), 42. Jahrestagung der DGfS, AG 15 “Modelling gradient variability in grammar” (University of Hamburg, Germany; 4–6 March 2020)

- "Revisiting obviation experimentally: On the weakening of the subjunctive disjoint reference effect in French" (joint poster with Sebastian Buchczyk). Going Romance 2019 (University of Leiden, the Netherlands; 28-29 November 2019)

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  • aktuelle Veröffentlichungen / Recent publications:

-  Feldhausen, Ingo & Xavier Villalba (accepted/to appear in 2019). Modality and Information Structure – Focus, Dislocation, Interrogative and Exclamatory Sentences. In: Joan A. Argenter & Jens Lüdtke (eds.). Manual of Catalan Linguistics [Manuals of Romance Linguistics]. Berlin: De Gruyter.

- Feldhausen, Ingo, Martin Elsig, Imme Kuchenbrandt & Mareike Neuhaus (Eds.) (2019). Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory: Selected Papers from ‘Going Romance’, Frankfurt 2016. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

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Sprechstunden:

  • WiSe 2019/20: Dienstag 11-12h
    (Bitte per Email anmelden)

Positionen und Funktionen:

  • Privatdozent, Venia „Romanistik“
  • Prüfungsberechtigung: L3 Spanisch, L3 Französisch, L2 Französisch, Magister, Lehramt, Bachelor, Master, Promotion
  • Zwischenprüfungen
  • Ansprechpartner der Romanistik für hochschuldidaktische Angelegenheiten
  • Mittelbauvertretung im Direktorium des Zentrum Geisteswissenschaften

Wiss. Hilfskraft:

  • Annabelle Judel

  • Ehemalige Hilfskräfte: Julia Otto (2016-2019), Alina Lausecker (2014-2016)