- Prosody, tone and intonation
- Intonation and information structure
- Intonation and sentence mode
- Prosodic typology
- Prosodic phrasing and recursivity
- Experimental phonology
Room: IG 4.315
Telefon: 069 / 798-32217
E-Mail: kuegler AT em.uni-frankfurt.de
Scheinabholung: Mi, 10:00 – 12:00
Contact: Birgit Nutz, nutz AT lingua.uni-frankfurt.de
Frank Kügler, Frankfurt, und Pilar Prieto, Barcelona:
Co-speech gestures and prosody as multimodal markers of information structure (MultIS)
Teil des Schwerpunktprogramms ViCom: Visual Communication. Theoretical, Empirical, and Applied Perspectives, DFG Priority Programme 2329, Cornelia Ebert und Markus Steinbach
Wang B, Kügler F and Genzel S. 2022. The interaction of focus and phrasing with downstep and post-low-bouncing in Mandarin Chinese. Front. Psychol. 13:884102. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2022.884102
Current conference activities:
Several members of the group visited the P and P 18 in Bielefeld:
- Alina Gregori and Frank Kügler presented a talk on The Distribution of Co-speech Gestures, Information Structure and Prosody: A Corpus Study on Prominence Peak Alignment.
- Corinna Langer and Frank Kügler presented a poster on Phrase boundaries and pitch accents in Hungarian focus marking.
- Anna Preßler, Frank Kügler and Fatima Hamlaoui presented a poster on Rhythmic alternation or alternation rythmique? Prosodic factors in the positioning of a sub-class of attributive adjectives in French.
- Tina Bögel and students from the class on the “prosodic word” presented a poster on Präfixe im Deutschen und das prosodische Wort.
There are two laboratories associated with the chair of phonology:
If you would like to use the laboratories, please contact Tina Bögel.
Current news and information:
- Seunghun Lee from Tokyo university visited for several weeks in July and taught a course on the syntax-prosody interface. See the link for an article in the UniReport.
- Frank Kügler became a member at the center for African studies (ZIAF)
Older news and research output can be accessed here here
Informationen for students in the Winter semester 2022/23:
All courses on phonology are offered in person. Please sign up with the respective Olat-course to get the most current information.