Luise Morawetz

 

Luise Morawetz is a first-year DPhil student at the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, Oxford, funded by a Clarendon Scholarship at Hertford College. Her research explores the correlation of function and linguistic traits of Old High German, with focus on the pragmatic context of Old High German glosses.

 

Teaching:

  • Co-lecturer of the lecture series ‘Topics in Historical Linguistics’ HT 2021, organised by Henrike Lähnemann

  • Tutorials Paper IV (Linguistic Studies I), since MT 2020 to present

  • Lecture ‘Introduction to Middle High German’, MT 2020

 

Publications:

  • Dictionary articles in: Althochdeutsches Wörterbuch. Band VIII,1: S – Sn-, vierte bis neunte Lieferung. Berlin/Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2020

  • Frank Heidermanns & Luise Morawetz: Zum grammatischen Ertrag der neueren althochdeutschen Glossenforschung, in: Glossenstudien. Ergebnisse der neuen Forschung, ed. by Rolf Bergmann and Stefanie Stricker, Heidelberg: Winter, 2020, pp. 155-178

 

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Vita:

  • DPhil student at the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, Oxford (2020-present)

  • Research assistant (2016-2018) and research associate (2019-2020) at Althochdeutsches Wörterbuch (Dictionary of Old High German, Saxon Academy of Sciences and Humanities)

  • Bachelor and Master of Arts: German Language and Literature, University of Leipzig (2012-2018)

 

 

Twitter: @LuiseMorawetz


 

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