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Historisch-Vergleichende Sprachwissenschaft
Institut für Linguistik
D-50923

Luxemburger Str. 299
Raum 4.06
D-50929 Cologne

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E-Mail: anna.bonifazi[at]uni-koeln.de

Lehre

Universität zu Köln

  • Conversation Analysis
  • The language of Homer
  • Intercultural pragmatics
  • Multimodal communication in songs
  • Kolloquium: Historical pragmatics
  • Anaphora and discourse
  • Ancient Greek particles
  • Discourse segmentation
  • Figurative language
  • Historical pragmatics
  • Introduction to pragmatics
  • Multimodality in language culture: Words, music, and tears
  • Pragmatics of punctuation
  • Pragmatic and cognitive aspects of texts
  • Storytelling between mono- and multimodality
  • Kolloquium (mit Komparatistik): Ancient myths in modern literatures: Comparative perspectives on micro and macro structures

Universität Stuttgart, Stuttgart Research Centre for Text Studies

  • Cognitive and pragmatic aspects of a literary text: a toolkit
  • Approaching multimodality in literature: the poetics of weeping across genres
  • The communicative functions of punctuation markers across literary genres and styles
  • Metaphors, metonymies, and similes in ancient Greek prose and poetry: A cognitive approach
  • Recalling people and objects in literary texts: cognitive processing, local effects, global strategies, and viewpoint
  • Applying cognitive linguistics to literature
  • Reading between the lines: linguistic and nonlinguistic cues for discourse organization in literary narratives

Universität Heidelberg, Seminar für Klassische Philologie

  • Particles in prose and poetry: Reconsidering the last chapter of Ancient Greek grammars
  • Metaphors, metonymies, and similes in ancient Greek prose and poetry: A cognitive approach
  • Words and tears: Pragmatics and embodied cognition in the poetics of weeping
  • The Iliad in a cognitive linguistic perspective
  • How do we chunk prose? Rethinking discourse segmentation in ancient Greek historiographical texts
  • Poikilia in Herodotus´ and Thucydides´ Language
  • The Wind of Songs. Pindar´s Discourse Strategies
  • Homeric Utterances
  • Greek Philology and Pragmatics

Universität Stuttgart, Institut für Anglistik

  • Pragmatics I
  • Pragmatics II

Harvard University, Department of the Classics

  • The concept of the hero in Greek civilization (teaching assistant)

Universität Trient

  • Italiano scritto

DoktorandInnenbetreuung

  • Mark de Kreij, “The Metalanguage of performance: A discourse perspective on particle use in Homer and Pindar”, Universität Heidelberg
  • Annemieke Drummen, "Dramatic pragmatics. A discourse approach to particle use in ancient Greek tragedy and comedy", Universität Heidelberg

Weiterbildung

02-08/2012 Uni-Heidelberg "Auf dem Weg zur Professur", Lobbach
03/2011 Uni-Heidelberg "Coaching zur Mitarbeiterführung", Heidelberg
07/2010 Uni-Heidelberg "Mitarbeiterführung II", Lobbach
04/2010 Uni-Heidelberg "Mitarbeiterführung I", Lobbach
09/2009 DFG workshop "Personalmanagement" for Emmy-Noether fellows, Wiesloch