Univ.-Prof. Dr. habil. Ingo Feldhausen

Anschrift: ATILF / Université de Lorraine
44 Avenue de la Libération
  54000 Nancy (France)
Raum: N.N.
Telefon: +33 3 54 50 53 00
E-Mail:

feldhausen@em.uni-frankfurt.de (< für Studierende aus Frankfurt)
ingo.feldhausen@univ-lorraine.fr (< new address)

 

  

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter im Starken Start (2012-2020)

  • 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 2021
  • 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 full professor for linguistics and language didactics at Université de Lorraine / ATILF in Nancy (France). He obtained his habilitation (postdoctoral dissertation) in 2015 with a thesis on intonational variation in Spanish at the Romance Department of Goethe-Universität Frankfurt (Germany). He held post-doc positions in Frankfurt/Main and Paris (Sorbonne Nouvelle & Paris Diderot) and undertook various research periods in Argentina and Catalonia/Spain. In 2008, he defended his Ph.D. thesis on the syntax-phonology interface at the University of Potsdam (Germany).
     In his research, he combines empirical/experimental research and theoretical explanation and he mainly concentrates on Romance languages such as Spanish, French, Catalan, Italian, and Portuguese. Questions guiding his research are:

  • What kind of variation is possible in a human language (monolingual and bilingual/SLA)? And how can variation be integrated in a competence model?
  • How does prosody give us hints about syntax and pragmatics/information structure/discourse?
  • How to apply and improve research methods?
  • What insights from formal linguistics can be applied to language teaching and teacher education? And how can this be done?

     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 himself. 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.

      

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 => postponed to 15-21 August 2021 due to Covid-19)

- „À propos du subjonctif en français : une révision expérimentale de l'effet de l'affaiblissement de l'obviation“ (joint talk with Sebastian Buchczyk), Congrès Mondial de Linguistique Française - champ scientifique : Syntaxe (Montpellier, 6-10 juillet 2020 => cancelled due to Covid-19)

- "Research-led teaching of state-of-the-art laboratory phonology: Intonation atlases", LabPhon 17 / Satellite workshop “Pedagogical Approaches to Laboratory Phonology” (Vancouver, Canada, 9 july 2020 - virtual conference due to Covid-19)

- "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)

- "Mood at the interface between linguistics and language pedagogy: Teaching the Spanish subjunctive in the language classroom in Germany" (joint talk with Kim Biedebach, Frankfurt), Modern Linguistics and Language Didactics 2020 (LiDi) (Feldkirch, Österreich, 26.-27 March 2020 => postponed to 25-26 March 2021 due to Covid-19)

- "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)

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  • aktuelle Veröffentlichungen / Recent publications:

- Feldhausen, Ingo & Kim Biedebach (2020). Der subjuntivo im fremdsprachlichen Spanischunterricht: Zum Zusammenspiel von linguistischer Erkenntnis und didaktischer Umsetzung. Zeitschrift für Romanische Sprachen und ihre Didaktik 14(1): 105-138.

-  Feldhausen, Ingo & Xavier Villalba (2020). Modality and Information Structure – Focus, Dislocation, Interrogative and Exclamatory Sentences. In: Argenter, Joan A. & Jens Lüdtke (eds.). Manual of Catalan Linguistics [Manuals of Romance Linguistics]. Berlin: De Gruyter, pp. 247-269.

- Féry, Caroline & Ingo Feldhausen (2020). Intonation meaning in French. In: Gabriel, Christoph, Andrea Pešková & Maria Selig (eds.). Contact, variation, and change in Romance and beyond [Studienreihe Romania (StR)]. Berlin: Erich Schmidt, pp. 573-592.

- Sebastian Buchczyk & Ingo Feldhausen (in press/2020). „À propos du subjonctif en français : une révision expérimentale de l'effet de l'affaiblissement de l'obviation“. Actes du Congrès Mondial de Linguistique Française - champ scientifique : Syntaxe (Montpellier, 2020)

- 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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Positionen und Funktionen:

  • Universitäts-Professor für Linguistik und Sprachdidaktik (Université de Lorraine Nancy & UMR 7118 ATILF-CNRS)
  • Venia „Romanistik“ (Frankfurt, 2015)
  • Prüfungsberechtigung: L3 Spanisch, L3 Französisch, L2 Französisch, Magister, Lehramt, Bachelor, Master, Promotion (Frankfurt)
  • Zwischenprüfungen (Frankfurt)
  • Ansprechpartner der Frankfurter Romanistik für hochschuldidaktische Angelegenheiten (bis 2020)
  • Mittelbauvertretung im Direktorium des Zentrum Geisteswissenschaften (bis 2020)

Wiss. Hilfskraft:

  • Ehemalige Hilfskräfte (Frankfurt): Annabelle Judel (2019-2020), Julia Otto (2016-2019), Alina Lausecker (2014-2016), Maica Boiselle (2013-2014)