H.Prof. Dr. habil. Julia Davydova

English Linguistics

Pädagogische Hochschule Vorarlberg
Institut für Sekundarbildung und Fachdidaktik
Liechtensteinerstraße 33 - 37
6800 Feldkirch, Austria

0043 (0)5522 781-110
julia.davydova(at)ph-vorarlberg.ac.at 

English Linguistics

Language Attitudes

Sociolinguistics (Language Variation and Change)

Second Language Acquisition (Structured Variation)

World Englishes

Winter Semester

  • VO Introduction to English Synchronic Linguistics
  • VO Introduction to English Phonetics and Phonology

Summer Semester

  • VO Synchronic and Diachronic Varieties of English
  • PS The Acquisition of English in a Multilingual Context
  • PS Systemic and/or Applied English Linguistics
  • UE Language Awareness II

Coming up soon.

Monographs

1. Davydova, Julia. 2011. The Present Perfect in Non-Native Englishes. A Corpus-Based Study of Variation. [Topics in English Linguistics, TiEL 77, series editors: Bernd Kortmann and Elisabeth Closs Traugott.] Berlin & Boston: Mouton de Gruyter.

2. Davydova, Julia. 2019. Quotation in Indigenised and Learner English: A Sociolinguistic Account of Variation. [Language and Social Life, LSL, series editors: David Britain and Crispin Thurlow.] Berlin & Boston: Mouton de Gruyter.

 

Volumes

3. Peter, Siemund, Julia Davydova and Georg Maier. 2012. The Amazing World of Englishes. A Practical Introduction. Berlin & Boston: Mouton de Gruyter. (Textbook)

4. Peter Siemund, Ingrid Gogolin, Monika Schulz and Julia Davydova (eds.) 2013. Multilingualism and Language Diversity in Urban Areas: Acquisition – Identities – Space – Education. [Hamburg Studies on Linguistic Diversity 1.] Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

 

Journal articles (peer-reviewed)

5. Davydova, Julia. 2008. “Preterite and present perfect in Irish English: Determinants of variation“. In: Arbeiten zur Mehrsprachigkeit, Serie B, 84. Universität Hamburg.

6. Davydova, Julia. 2012. “Englishes in the Outer and Expanding Circles: A comparative study”. World Englishes 31(3): 366–385.

7. Davydova, Julia. 2015a. “A study in the perception of native and non-native Englishes by German learners”. Journal of Linguistics and Language Teaching. Vol. 6, issue 1 (open access).

8. Davydova, Julia and Isabelle Buchstaller. 2015. “Expanding the circle to Learner English: Investigating quotative marking in a German student community” American Speech 90(4): 441–478.

9. Davydova, Julia, Agniezska Ewa Tytus and Erik Schleef. 2017. “Acquisition of sociolinguistic awareness by German learners of English: A study in perceptions of quotative be like”. Linguistics. An Interdisciplinary Journal of the Language Sciences 55(4): 1–30.

10. Davydova, Julia. forthcoming. “Revisiting the Outer Circle / Expanding Circle dichotomy: The role of learners’ sociolinguistic ecology and mass media consumption in the evolution of world Englishes”. World Englishes

 

Volume chapters (peer-reviewed)

11. Davydova, Julia, Michaela Hilbert, Lukas Pietsch and Peter Siemund. 2011. “Comparing varieties of English: Problems and perspectives”. In: Peter Siemund (ed.) Linguistic Universals and Language Variation. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 284–316.

12. Davydova, Julia. 2013. “Detecting historical continuity in a linguistically diverse area. The present perfect in modern Singapore English”. In: Joana Duarte and Ingrid Gogolin (eds.) Linguistic Super-Diversity in Urban Areas – Research Approaches. [Hamburg Studies on Linguistic Diversity 2.] Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, pp. 193225.

13. Davydova, Julia, Georg Maier and Peter Siemund. 2013. “Varieties of English in the EFL classroom setting”. In: Kristin Bührig (ed.) Transferring Linguistic Know-How into Practice: Perspectivas y Resultados, Perspektiven und Ergebnisse, Perspectives and Results. [Hamburg Series on Multilingualism, HSM 15.] Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, pp. 81–93.

14. Davydova, Julia. 2015b. “Linguistic change in a multilingual setting: A case study of quotatives in Indian English”. In: Peter Collins (ed.) Grammatical Change in English World-Wide. [The Studies in Corpus Linguistics Series, SCL 67, series editor: Elena Tognini-Bonelli.] Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, pp. 297334.

15. Davydova, Julia. 2016a. “Indian English quotatives in a real-time perspective”. In: Elena Seoane and Cristina Suárez-Gómez (eds.) World Englishes: New Theoretical and Methodological Considerations. [Varieties of English around the World, VEAW G57, series editor: Stephanie Hackert.] Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, pp. 173–204.

16. Davydova, Julia. 2016b. “The present perfect in New Englishes: Common patterns in situations of language contact”. In: Valentin Werner, Elena Seoane, and Cristina Suárez-Gómez (eds.) Re-assessing the Present Perfect in English: Corpus Studies and Beyond [Topics in English Linguistics, TiEL 91, series editors: Bernd Kortmann and Elisabeth Closs Traugott.] Berlin & Boston: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 169–194.

17. Davydova, Julia. 2017. “Research-oriented teaching of English sociolinguistics at the graduate level: A case study from the University of Mannheim” In: Tinnefeld, Thomas, Matthias Ballod, Jan Engberg, Katja Lochtman, Günter Schmale and Veronica Smith (eds.) Fremdsprachenvermittlung zwischen Anspruch und Wirklichkeit: Ansätzte – Methoden – Ziele. Saarbrücken: htw saar, pp. 349–363.

18. Davydova, Julia. 2018. “English language teaching policies in modern Russia” In: Andy X. S. Gao (eds.) International Handbook of English Language Teaching. 2nd edition. Springer.

 

Chapters in volumes, handbooks and textbooks

19. Gogolin, Ingrid, Peter Siemund, Monika Schulz and Julia Davydova. 2013. “Multilingualism, language contact and urban areas: An Introduction”. Multilingualism and Language Diversity in Urban Areas: Acquisition – Identities – Space – Education. [Hamburg Studies on Linguistic Diversity 1.] Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, pp. 1–15

20. Siemund, Peter and Julia Davydova. 2014. “World Englishes and the study of typology and universals”. In: Markku Filppula, Juhani Klemola and Devyani Sharma (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of World Englishes. Oxford: Oxford University Press (online edition).

21. Davydova, Julia. 2014. “Morphosyntactic analysis”. In: Janet Holmes and Kirk Hazen (eds.) Research Methods in Sociolinguistics. A Practical Guide. Malden [etc.]: Wiley Blackwell, pp. 149–163.

22. Siemund, Peter and Julia Davydova. 2017. “World Englishes and the study of typology and universals”. In: Markku Filppula, Juhani Klemola and Devyani Sharma (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of World Englishes. Oxford: Oxford University Press (print edition).

 

Reviews

23. Davydova, Julia. 2012. Variationist Sociolinguistics. Change, Observation, Interpretation by Sali A. Tagliamonte. Wiley Blackwell. Journal of Pragmatics, 44(8): 1012–1015.

24. Davydova, Julia. 2016. Quotatives. New Trends and Sociolinguistic Implications by Isabelle Buchstaller. Wiley Blackwell. Folia Linguistica 50(1): 329–334.

25. Davydova, Julia. 2017. Teaching Global English. Jennifer Jenkins, Global English-es. A Resource Book for Students. London & New York: Routledge, 2015. English Today, published online March 6 2017, doi.org/10.1017/S0266078417000025, accessed February 8 2018.

Akquisition von Forschungs-Drittmitteln

2013: Anschubfinanzierung, Universität Mannheim (€ 16.000,00)

2013: Autonomiefonds, Universität Mannheim (€ 1949,00)

2014-2016: Stabstelle für die Gleichstellung und soziale Vielfalt, Universität Mannheim, Förderung im Rahmen des WOVEN-Programms für die Qualifikationsphase nach der Promotion (€ 129.312,00)

2014-2016: Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG), Projekt DA 1678/1-1: „Determinanten soziolinguistischer Variation im ESL/EFL-Englischen: Untersuchung zwei akademischer Gemeinschaften“ (€ 20.510,00)

2016-2018: Stabstelle für die Gleichstellung und soziale Vielfalt, Universität Mannheim, Förderung im Rahmen des WOVEN-Programms für die Qualifikationsphase nach der Promotion (€ 129.312,00)

2011: University of Bangor, Wales, invited talk "Present perfect in non-native Englishes"

2012: University of Münster, Germany, invited lecture "The19th-century Irish English and modern Singapore English: Grammars in contact"

2012: University of Tübingen, Germany, invited talk "Morphosyntactic analysis"

2012: University of Mainz, Germany, invited talk "The19th-century Irish English and modern Singapore English: Grammars in contact. A case study of the present perfect"

2013: University of Sussex, England, invited talk "Morphosyntactic analysis in sociolinguistics: A World Englishes’ perspective"

2014: University of Münster, Germany, invited talk "Linguistic change in a multilingual setting: Quotatives in Indian English"

2014: Jawaharlal Nehru Univeristy, New Delhi, India, invited talk "Diachrony of quotation: Evidence from Indian English"

2015: Linnaeus University, Växjö, Schweden, invited talk "Indian English quotatives in synchronic and diachronic perspectives"

2017: University of Salzburg, Österreich, invited talk "Acquisition of sociolinguistic awareness by German learners of English: A study in perceptions of quotative be like" (mit Agniezska Ewa Tytus and Erik Schleef)

2017: University of Higher Education Vorarlberg, Feldkirch, Austria, invited talk "Quotation in Learner English"

2018: TU Dortmund, Germany, invited talk "Quotation in indigenised and Learner English"

2019: Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany, invited talk "The role of sociocognitive salience in the acquisition of structured variation: Evidence from quotative be like"

2009: University of Bergen, International colloquium for PhD students, Norway, academic talk "Complexity of the English present perfect and its repercussions for a non-native grammar of English"

2009:  Queen Mary University of London, The Third International Conference on the Linguistics of Contemporary English (ICLCE 3), England, academic talk "Complexity of the English present perfect and its repercussions for a non-native grammar of English"

2010: University of Giessen, The 31st Annual Conference of the International Computer Archive for Modern and Medieval English (ICAME 31), Germany, academic talk "Variation in present perfect contexts across non-native varieties of English"

2010: University of Hamburg, Multilingual Individuals and Multilingual Societies (MIMS), Germany, academic talk "Complexity of the English present perfect and its repercussions for a non-native grammar of English"

2011: University of Boston, International Society for the Linguistics of English (ISLE 2), USA, academic talks "Detecting historical continuity in Singapore English: The case study of the present perfect" and  "World Englishes in the EFL classroom" (with Peter Siemund und Georg Maier)

2011: Monash University, 17th Conference of The International Association for World Englishes (IAWE 17), Australia, academic talk "World Englishes in the EFL classroom" (with Peter Siemund und Georg Maier)

2013: University of Vigo, Englishes Today: Theoretical and Methodological Issues, Spain, academic talk "Linguistic change in a multilingual setting: A case study of quotatives in Indian English"

2014: University of Zurich, International Society for the Linguistics of English (ISLE 4), Switzerland, academic talk "Indian English quotatives in a real-time perspective"

2014: University of Mannheim, Workshop “Multilingualism”, Germany, academic talk "Linguistic change in a multilingual setting: A case study of Indian English quotatives"

2014: University of Nottingham, The 35th Annual Conference of the International Computer Archive for Modern and Medieval English (ICAME 35), England, academic talk "The present perfect in New Englishes: Common patterns in situations of language contact"

2015: University of Leipzig, The International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 8), Germany, academic talk "Expanding the circle to Learner English: Investigating quotative marking in a German student community" (with Isabelle Buchstaller)

2015: Saarland University of Applied Sciences, Third Saarbrücken Conference on Foreign Language Teaching, Germany,  academic talk "A study in perceptions of native and non-native Englishes by German learners"

2015: Aix-Marseille Université, The 25th Annual Conference of the European Second Language Association (EUROSLA 25), France, academic talk "Expanding the circle to Learner English: Investigating quotative marking in a German student community" (with Isabelle Buchstaller)

2016: Universidad de Murcia, Sociolinguistic Symposium 21 (SS21), Spain, academic talk "Acquisition of sociolinguistic awareness by German learners of English: A study in perceptions of quotative be like" (with Agniezska Ewa Tytus und Erik Schleef)

Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development (academic journal)

World Englishes (academic journal)

English Language and Linguistics (academic journal)

International Journal of Learner Corpus Research (academic journal)

National Science Foundation (NSF), Linguistics Program