Ms A. (Angelika) Port MA


  • Amsterdam University College
  • Visiting address
    Science Park AUC
    Science Park 113  Amsterdam
  • Postal address:
    Science Park  113
    1098 XG  Amsterdam
  • A.Port@uva.nl

 Angelika Port

 

I am a PhD student (promovendus) at the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC) of the University of Amsterdam. My supervisor is Maria Aloni.

 

I'm working on marked indefinites, especially on so called epistemic indefinites. My main interests are the semantics and pragmatics of indefinites, the use and functions of discourse particles and in general modality. Furthermore, I'm interested in diachronic studies and the development of certain expressions over time.

 

Since February 2013, I'm a lecturer for the course Logic, Information flow and argumentation, at the Amsterdam University College (AUC).

 

 

Contact information

E-mail:

angelika.port[at]gmail[dot]com

Mailing Address:

Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
ILLC
Universiteit van Amsterdam
P.O. Box 94242
1090 GE AMSTERDAM

  • Since February 2013, I'm a lecturer for the course Logic, Information flow and argumentation, at the Amsterdam University College (AUC)
  • January 2006 – March 2008 Humboldt-University of Berlin, Department for German Language and Linguistics:

    Contract Teacher [Lehrbeauftragte] teaching several courses :

    - Introduction to Linguistics (Erasmus)

    - Introduction to Linguistics (modul semantics and pragmatics)

    - Introduction to Semantics 

  • December 2014 Epistemic indefinites and beyond, guest lecture at AUC, Amsterdam
  • September 2011 Irgend-indefinites: contrastive and diachronic, Spain
  • May 2011 Irgend-indefinites and their various readings. PALMYR, Paris
  • February 2011 (with A. Aguilar et al.): Semantics and pragmatics of indefinites: methodology for a synchronic and diachronic corpus study, DGfS conference, Goettingen
  • October 2010 (with Maria Aloni): Epistemic Indefinites cross-linguistically, NELS 41, Philadelphia, USA
  • May 2010 Irgend-indefinites and Specificity (invited talk), Workshop on Determiners: reference and degrees of knowledge, University of Paris,
  • February 2010 (with A. Aguilar et al.): Free choice items as fossils, DGfS conference, Berlin
  • February 2010 Epistemic specificity and knowledge , DGfS conference, Berlin
  • April 2009 (with Maria Aloni): Indefinites as fossils, University of Utrecht
  • March 2009 Irgend-indefinites and beyond , University of Goettingen
  • February 2009 Irgend-indefinites- a corpus study LEGO, ILLC, UvA

2015

  • Aloni, M. D., & Port, A. (2015). Epistemic indefinites and methods of identifications. In Epistemic Indefinites. Oxford University Press. [details]

2014

  • Aloni, M. D., & Port, A. (2014). Modal inferences in marked indefinites: the case of German irgend-indefinites. In A. Aguilar-Guevara, B. Le Bruyn, & J. Zwarts (Eds.), Weak Referentiality. (pp. 17-44). (Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today; No. 219). John Benjamins Publishing Company. [details]

2011

  • Aguilar-Guevara, A., Aloni, M., Port, A., Šimík, R., de Vos, M., & Zeijlstra, H. (2011). Semantics and pragmatics of indefinites: methodology for a synchronic and diachronic corpus study. Bochumer Linguistische Arbeitsberichte, 1-16. [details]

2010

  • Aloni, M. D., & Port, A. (2010). Epistemic Indefinites Crosslinguistically. In N. LaCara, L. Fainleib, & Y. Park (Eds.), Proceedings of NELS 41. [details]
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