Completed Doctoral Projects

Autor Title Professor Year Language
Christa Schneider Neuer Sprachatlas des Berner Mittellandes Prof. Dr. David Britain 2022 DE
Jennifer Schumann The Straw Man Fallacy Prof. Dr. Sandrine Zufferey 2022 EN
Danielle Tod English in the Kingdom: Analysis of the emergent variety of English in the Kingdom of Tonga Prof. Dr. David Britain 2022 EN
Sara Lynch The English of the Sleeping Lady: A sociolinguistic description of English on Kosrae, Federated States of Micronesia Prof. Dr. David Britain 2021 EN
Marion Mathier In their own words: Young Swiss people's language ideologies and media ecologies - implications for educators Prof. Dr. Crispin Thurlow 2021 EN
Lorna Caputo Assessing Multilingual International Children for Language Disorders Prof. em. Dr. Elke Hentschel 2020 EN
Hannah Hedegard The development of English on the Cocos (Keeling) Islands Prof. Dr. David Britain 2020 EN
Christoph Neuenschwander Contact, Mobility and Authenticity: Language Ideologies in Creolisation Prof. Dr. David Britain 2020 EN
Dominique B. Hess Saipanese English: History, structure and linguistic development Prof. Dr. David Britain 2019 EN
Nadine Kammermann Die Entwicklung einer sektoralen Argumentationstheorie am Beispiel des Diskurses über den Klimawandel Prof. Dr. Martin Reisigl 2019 DE
Eva Kuske The Development of and Diversity in the Nativized Variety of English on Guam Prof. Dr. David Britain 2019 EN
Joseph Comer Mediatizing visibility, diversity, equality: A critical discourse ethnography of global queer mobilities Prof. Dr. Crispin Thurlow 2019 EN
Tobias Leonhardt Kiribati English: History, structure and linguistic development Prof. Dr. David Britain 2019 EN
Anja Thiel The influence of sociocultural factors on phonetic changes in Upstate New York Prof. Dr. David Britain 2019 EN
Laura Tresch Language Ideologies: the Formation and Legitimisation of New Zealand English Prof. Dr. David Britain 2019 EN
Maida Bilkic The burden of “traumascapes”: Mapping the discourses of remembering in post-war Bosnia-Herzegovina and beyond Prof. Dr. Crispin Thurlow 2018 EN
Lea Hagmann CORNU-COPIA: In Search of Celtic Roots in the Music and Dance Revival of Cornwall Prof. Dr. Britta Sweers 2018 EN
Philippe Moser Linguistic Landscape als Spiegelbild von Sprachpolitik und Sprachdemografie? Untersuchungen zu Freiburg, Murten, Biel, Aosta, Luxemburg und Aarau Prof. em. Dr. Bruno Moretti 2018 DE
Djouroukoro Diallo Darstellung der Tuareg-Rebellionen in Mali in deutschsprachigen Medien: Eine text- und diskurslinguistische Medienanalyse anhand ausgewählter Zeitungsartikel Prof. em. Dr. Ernest W.B. Hess-Lüttich 2017 DE
Janine Lüthi More or Less Aligned – Syntactic Priming in Bivarietal Speakers of Swiss and Standard German PD Dr. Constanze Vorwerg 2017 EN
Marie-Anne Morand Lexical Processing in Bernese and Standard German: Mental Representation of Cognate and Non-Cognate Object Names in Bivarietal Speakers Prof. em. Dr. Elke Hentschel 2017 EN
Mehdi Purmohammad Code switching: A touchstone of models of bilingual language production PD Dr. Constanze Vorwerg 2015 EN
Ethna Rosa Krakenberger Pensionamento e plurilinguismo. Un'indagine qualitativa su immigrati italiani e su svizzeri tedeschi Prof. em. Dr. Bruno Moretti 2014 IT