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Prof. Dr. Brigitte Halford

Prof. Dr. Brigitte Halford


halfordAssociate Professor
Chair of English Linguistics | Kortmann


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R 4215 | KG IV

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS


MONOGRAPHS

  • Gulden, B.K. 1985. The Secret of Sounding Native. A Phonological Analysis of Proclitics in North American English, Frankfurt. (Dissertation 1984)
  • Halford, B. K. 1996. Talk Units. The Structure of Spoken Canadian English, ScriptOralia 87, Tübingen.

EDITED BOOKS

  • Gulden, B. K. with Hildegard Tristram et al. 1987. Sound, Sense, and System. Herbert Pilch and Postwar German Studies in English Linguistics (1955-1985), Heidelberg.
  • Halford, B. K with Herbert Pilch. 1990. Syntax gesprochener Sprachen, Tübingen.
  • Halford, B. K. with Herbert Pilch. 1994. Intonation, Tübingen.

ARTICLES

  • Gulden, B. K. 1986. "`Aca nada' or `Kanata': Kanadische Literatur im Englischunterricht der gymnasialen Oberstufe." Wolfgang Kloos und Hartmut Lutz (Hrsg.): Kanada: Geschichte. Politik. Kultur, Berlin, 13-30.
  • Halford, B. K. 1989. "Non-Syntactic Discourse Units – The Liberties of Spoken English." Anglistentag 1988 Göttingen, edited by Heinz-Joachim Müllenbrock and Renate Noll-Wiemann, Tübingen, 234-43.
  • Halford, B. K. 1990. "The Complexity of Oral Syntax." Brigitte K. Halford and Herbert Pilch (eds.): Syntax gesprochener Sprachen, Tübingen, 33-43.
  • Halford, B. K. 1994. "The Discourse Function of Intonation." Brigitte K. Halford and Herbert Pilch (eds.): Intonation, Tübingen, 69-88.
  • Halford, B. K. 1998. "Canadian English: Linguistic Identity in the Pacific North West." Lindquist, Hans, Steffan Klintborg, Magnus Levin, and Maria Estling (eds.): The Major Varieties of English, Växjö., 125-36.
  • Halford, B. K. 2003. "Canadian English – distinct in North America?" Allerton, David et al. (eds.) Studies in English as a World Language, Birkhäuser Basel, 31-44.

 REVIEWS

  • Halford, B.K. 2003. Book notice on Mukherjee (2001) Form und Funktion prosodisch-syntaktischer Präsentationsstrukturen im gesprochenen Englisch, Anglia 121/2.