Privatdozent Dr. phil. Maximiliane Frobenius

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Tätigkeitsbereiche:

  • Institut für englische Sprache und Literatur [Wiss. Angestellte]

 

Publikationen

Frobenius, Maximiliane. 2011. Beginning a monologue: The opening sequence of video blogs. Journal of Pragmatics 43 (3). 814-827.

Frobenius, Maximiliane. 2013. Pointing gestures in video blogs. Text&Talk 33(1): 1–23.

Frobenius, Maximiliane. 2013. Overview of the volume. In: Gerhardt, Cornelia, Maximiliane Frobenius and Susanne Ley (eds.), Culinary Linguistics: The chef's special. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. xiii-xv.

Diemer, Stefan and Maximiliane Frobenius. 2013. ‘When making pie, all ingredients must be chilled. Including you’: Lexical, syntactic and interactive features in online discourse – a synchronic study of food blogs. In: Gerhardt, Cornelia, Maximiliane Frobenius and Susanne Ley (eds.), Culinary Linguistics: The chef's special. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. 53–82.

Gerhardt, Cornelia, Maximiliane Frobenius and Susanne Ley (eds.). 2013. Culinary Linguistics: The chef's special. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Page, Ruth, Richard Harper and Maximiliane Frobenius. 2013. From small stories to networked narrative: The evolution of personal narratives in Facebook status updates. Narrative Inquiry 23(1), 192-213.

Frobenius, Maximiliane, Volker Eisenlauer and Cornelia Gerhardt. 2014. Special issue on "Participation framework revisited: (new) media and their audiences/users" Journal of Pragmatics 72.

Frobenius, Maximiliane. 2014. Audience design in monologues: how vloggers involve their viewers. In: Frobenius et al (eds.) Special issue on "Participation framework revisited: (new) media and their audiences/users". Journal of Pragmatics 72, 59-72.

Frobenius, Maximiliane. 2014. The Pragmatics of Monologue: Interaction in Video Blogs

(Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from scidok.sulb.uni-saarland.de/volltexte/2014/5895/pdf/dissertation_frobenius_scidok.pdf

Frobenius, Maximiliane and Richard Harper. 2015. Tying in comment sections: The production of meaning and sense on Facebook. Semiotica 204, 121–143.

Gerhardt, Cornelia and Maximliane Frobenius. 2016. Summary of 'Culinary Linguistics: The Chef's Special'. English and American Studies in German. A Supplement to Anglia. Summaries of Theses and Monographs 5(1), 5-7.

Frobenius, Maximiliane and Cornelia Gerhardt. 2017. 10. Discourse and Organisation, in Bublitz, W. and C. Hoffmann (eds.) Handbook of Pragmatics 11: Pragmatics of Social Media. Berlin: de Gruyter, pp. 245-273.

Frobenius, Maximiliane. 2020. Turn-taking in PowerPoint presentations: a model of floor management during slide shifts. In: Lenz, Friedrich, Maximiliane Frobenius and Revert Klattenberg (eds.), Classroom Observation: Researching Interaction in English Language Teaching. Bern: Peter Lang, 145-174.

Lenz, Friedrich, Frobenius, Maximiliane and Revert Klattenberg (eds.) 2020. Classroom Observation: Researching Interaction in English Language Teaching. Bern: Peter Lang. [Autorenkontakt; Lesen, Bewerten und Kommentieren der eingereichten Texte; Endredaktion]

Klattenberg, Revert, Maximiliane Frobenius and Friedrich Lenz. 2020. „Ähm. Stop.“ – Häsitationsphänomene als Merkmal pragmatischer Kompetenz von Englischlehrkräften. In: Glaser, Karin und Holger Limberg (eds.), Pragmatische Kompetenzen im schulischen Fremdsprachenunterricht. Bern: Peter Lang. [Datenanalyse; Endredaktion]

[Habilitationsschrift] Frobenius, Maximiliane. A pragmatic Approach to Fluency and Speech Management in Learner Language: Cofluencies as Sites of Accountability, Sequentiality and Multimodality. Habilitationsschrift Stiftung Universität Hildesheim.

 

Konferenzbeiträge

IPrA 2007, Göteborg: Hyperbole, counter-factuality and inference (Vortrag)

Sociolinguistics Symposion 2008, Amsterdam: Identity in video-blog mediated narratives (Vortrag)

ISLE 2008, Freiburg: Identity and monologic compensation in video blogs (Vortrag)

IPrA 2009, Melbourne: Beginning a monologue: the opening sequence of video blogs (Vortrag)

Int. Summer School: Sociolinguistic Perspectives 2010, Copenhagen: The language of video blogs (Vortrag)

Sociolinguistics Symposion 2010, Southampton: Addressing the unknown audience (Vortrag)

Georgetown University Round Table 2011, Washington DC: Pointing gestures in video blogs (Vortrag)

IPrA 2011, Manchester: panel organizer (title: Participation framework revisited: (new) media and their audiences/users); Audience design in monologues: how vloggers involve their viewers (Vortrag)

BAAL/CUP Seminar: Language and Social Media 2012, Leicester: The closing section of video blogs (Posterpräsentation)

Sociolinguistics Symposion 2012, Berlin: Involvement in monologues (Vortrag)

IPrA 2013, Neu Delhi: The temporal and spatial micro-organization of human connection: a case study of comments as sequential contributions on Facebook  (Vortrag)

IPrA 2015, Antwerpen, The development of video blogs as a genre (Panelteilnahme: Helmut Gruber, Pragmatic factors of genre formation)

IPrA 2017, Belfast: Dysfluency phenomena in learner presentations

IPrA 2017, Belfast: Pragmatic aspects of dramatic monologues (gemeinsamer Beitrag mit Neal Norrick, auf Einladung von Dennis Kurzon)

DGFF 2017, Jena: Dysfluency phenomena in learner presentations

Niedersächsisches Kolloquium der Fremdsprachendidaktik, 2018, Hildesheim: Ehms and uhms in the classroom: not just a sign of disfluency (gemeinsamer Vortrag mit Revert Klattenberg)

International Conference of Conversation Analysis 2018, Loughborough: Dysfluency phenomena in learner presentations (Vortrag im eigenen Panel: Institutional Practices in ELT Classroom Interaction)

IPrA 2021, Winterthur/online: Reaction videos as sites for narrative practices (auf Einladung von Neal Norrick)