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Dr. phil. Ramona Kreis (Lektorin)

Englische Sprachwissenschaft

Dr. phil. Ramona Kreis

Büro: GW 2, A 3.610
Telefon: 0421 218-68186
Sprechzeiten: Montag - Mittwoch nach Vereinbarung
E-Mail: rkreisprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de

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Seit 10/2020Lektorin für englische Sprachwissenschaft, Universität Bremen
07/2019 - 06/2020Visiting Assistant Professor, West Virginia University, USA 
05/2019Ph.D. (Linguistics and Applied Language Studies), University of South Florida, USA
08/2014 - 05/2019Graduate Teaching Associate, University of South Florida, USA
05/20141. Staatsexamen (Englisch, Politikwissenschaft), Universität Heidelberg
05/2012Master of Education, Carthage College, USA

Lehre

WiSe 2020/21

  1. Key Topics in Linguistics/Language History for Teachers of English: Varieties of English in the Foreign Language Classroom
  2. Discourse Analysis
  3. Introduction to English Linguistics

Publikationen

Kreis, R. (2020). The role of language in social media during the European migrant crisis. In K. McIntosh (Ed.). Applied linguistics and language teaching in the neo-nationalist era.

Kreis, R. (2017). #refugeesnotwelcome: Anti-refugee discourse on Twitter. Discourse &Communication, 11(5), 498-514.

Kreis, R. (2017). The “Tweet Politics” of President Trump. Journal of Language and Politics, 16(4), 607-618. [Special Issue: Right-Wing Populism in Europe & USA:Contesting Politics & Discourse beyond ‘Orbanism’ and ‘Trumpism’]

Vorträge

Kreis, R. (2019). “My goldfish died. #Merkel’s Dead??” Twitter user reactions to right-wing discourses after the 2016 Berlin terrorist attack. American Association of Applied Linguistics Conference, March 11, Atlanta, GA.

Kreis, R., & Chlapowski, T. (2018). “If I was French or something, would I be taking German? Probably not”: Language ideologies of German heritage learners, American Association of Applied Linguistics Conference, March 24, Chicago, IL.

Kreis, R. (2017). From #wirschaffendas to #MerkelsTote: Twitter users’ reactions during the European refugee crisis, Österreichische Linguistentagung, December 8, Klagenfurt, Austria.

Kreis, R. (2017). The multilingual online discourse of the European refugee crisis on Twitter, 15th International Pragmatics Conference, July 20, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Kreis, R. (2017). The “tweet politics” of President Trump. Alternative Truths and Un-Truths: Implications for Democracy, Diversity, and Data in Education, April 24, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL.

Chlapowski, T., Kreis, R., Tracy-Ventura, N., & Vásquez, C. (2017). “El valenciano es el problema número uno”: Language ideologies of residence abroad students in Spain, Spanish in Society, March 30, Southampton, Great Britain.