About

I am Professor of English Linguistics at the University of Rostock. My research focuses on language contact and change from a synchronic and diachronic perspective, and I am particularly interested in phenomena relating to sociophonetics, multilingualism, and morphology.

My doctoral dissertation investigated the semantic development of borrowed derivational suffixes from Middle English until Present-Day English. In my post-doctoral work, I have mainly studied sociophonetic and pragmatic aspects of Irish English and, more recently, language use in multilingual contexts, both in Ireland and Namibia.

If you would like to know more about my research or teaching, please feel free to browse this site and get in touch.

Contact:

marion.schulte@uni-rostock.de