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University of Pittsburgh

GUIDO HALDER

Part-time Faculty

Instructor

1518 Cathedral of Learning
Pittsburgh, PA 15260

Education

PhD., German Linguistics, The University of Texas at Austin, 2011

 

MA, Germanic Studies, The University of Texas at Austin, 2004

 

M.A.T., Trinity University, 1999

 

B.A. International Economics, Trinity University, 1996

 

Eidg. Handelsdiplom (MBA equivalent), Handelsschule KV Baselland, Switzerland, 1991

Research

Guido Halder is new to the German department. His areas of research interests are Syntax, Semantics, Lexical Semantics, Pragmatics, Swiss German, Language Acquisition, Foreign Language Education, Contrastive Linguistics, Dialectology, Second Language Acquisition, Corpus Linguistics, Philosophy of Linguistics, Historical Linguistics, and Sociolinguistics.

 

Guido is applying frame-semantic and construction grammar insights in his on-going research on support verb constructions in German and English. He also focuses on second language acquisition and foreign language education.

Publications

Boas, Hans C., Marc Pierce, Hunter Weilbacher, Karen Roesch, and Guido Halder.

The Texas German Dialect Archive: A multimedia resource for research, teaching,

and outreach. (Journal of Germanic Linguistics. 22: 277-296. 2010)

Memberships

  • LSA
  • AATG
  • MLA