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Name: Sixta  D.  Quaßdorf (IPA: Sixta Quassdorf)
Institution: Universität Basel
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State and/or Country: Germany
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
General Linguistics
Historical Linguistics
Linguistic Theories
Philosophy of Language
Text/Corpus Linguistics
History of Linguistics
Ling & Literature
Discipline of Linguistics
Specialty: Phraseology, Quotation studies
Subject Language(s): English
Selected Publications: Monograph
Quassdorf, Sixta (2016). 'A little more than kin'-Quotations as a linguistic phenomenon. A study based on quotations from Shakespeare's Hamlet. Freiburg: Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg/Universitätsbibliothek. Print & web.

Juska-Bacher, Britta, Cerstin Mahlow and Sixta Quaßdorf (2013). ''Vergleich nominaler phraseologischer Komponenten im Deutschen und Spanischen mit computerlinguistischen Werkzeugen.'' Carmen Mellado, Patricia Buján, Nely Iglesias, Mª Carmen Losada and Ana Mansilla (eds). La fraseología del alemán y español: Traducción y lexicografía. München: Peniope, 143-156.

Quassdorf, Sixta (2012). '''Quotations or Anonymous Phrasemes - That is the Question!''' Antonio Pamies, Lucía Luque Nadal, José Manuel Pazos Bretaña (eds). Phraseology and Discourse: Cross-Linguistic and Corpus-Based Approaches (Phraseologie und Parömiologie). Baltmannsweiler: Schneider Verlag Hohengehren, 399–410.

Quassdorf, Sixta (2012). '''These words are not mine. No, nor mine now' - Poetic language relocated.'' Andres Littlejohn, Sandhya Rao Mehta (eds): Language Studies: Stretching the Boundaries (Language Studies). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 162-176.

Quaßdorf, Sixta (2011). Review: Dorgeloh, Heidrun and Anja Wanner. Syntactic Variation and Genre. De Gruyter Mouton, 2010. Linguist List 22.3028. n.p.

Quaßdorf, Sixta and Regula Hohl Trillini (2010): '''A Key to all Quotations'? A corpus-based parameter model of intertextuality.'' Linguistic and Literary Computing. n.p. doi: 10.1093/llc/fqq003. .

Quaßdorf, Sixta and Annelies Häcki-Buhofer (2010). '''You are quoting Shakespeare': Quotations in practice.'' Stefaniya Ptashnyk, Erla Hallsteinsdóttir and Noah Bubenhofer (eds): Korpora, Web und Datenbanken. Computergestütze Methoden in der modernen Phraseologie und Lexikographie (Phraseologie und Parömiologie). Baltmannsweiler: Schneider Verlag Hohengehren, 215-228.

Quassdorf, Sixta (2010). '''On quoting ...' - a corpus-based study on the phraseology of well-known quotations.'' Michaela Mahlberg, Victorina González-Díaz and Catherine Smith (eds.): Proceedings of the Corpus Linguistics Conference CL2009, Liverpool. n.p.

Quaßdorf, Sixta (2010). Review: Wray, Alison: Formulaic language: Pushing the boundaries. Oxford, New York: OUP 2008. Yearbook of Phraseology 1:1, 203-209.

Quaßdorf, Sixta (2009). ''HyperHamlet - Intricacies of Data Selection.'' Linguistik Online 38/2, 2009, n.p. .

Quaßdorf, Sixta and Regula Hohl Trillini (2008). ''Quotations and their Co(n)texts: Corpus-based insights into discoursing with Hamlet.'' Albert Hamm and Lyndon Higgs (eds.): Variability and Change in Language and Discourse. Strasbourg, Université Marc Bloch: 77-89.

Published internet projects
Häcki Buhofer, A., M. Dräger, B. Juska-Bacher, C. Mahlow, S. Quaßdorf, and T. Roth (2013). Online-Lexicon zur diachronen Phraseologie (OldPhras). .
Engler, B., R. Hohl Trillini and S. Quaßdorf (2010). HyperHamlet.
Courses Taught: Formulaic Language
Relevance Theory
Introductory linguistic courses
Dissertation Abstract: "A little more than kin" - Quotations as a linguistic phenomenon : a study based on quotations from Shakespeare's Hamlet
Reviewer of: Syntactic Variation and Genre (LL Issue 22.3028)

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