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Prof. Dr. Angelika Lutz (Emeritus Professor)

  • Job title: Professor of English Philology
  • Organization: Department of English and American Studies
  • Phone number: ++49 8233 2967
  • Email: angelika.lutz@fau.de
  • Address:
    Bismarckstraße 1
    91054 Erlangen

 

1969-71, 1972-75 study of English and History, LMU Munich
1971/72  teaching assistantship at Selby Grammar School, Yorkshire
1975 First State Board Examination in English and History
1975-86, 1988-92  Assistant Lecturer (wissenschaftliche Angestellte) for English Linguistics and Medieval English Literature, LMU Munich
1981 Dr. phil. (Ph.D., majoring in English)
1986-88 research grant (Habilitandenstipendium, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft)
1991 Dr. phil. habil., for English Philology
1992-94 invitations to join the faculty at Potsdam, Erlangen and Göttingen, stand-in professorships at Potsdam and Erlangen
1994-2015 Professor of English Philology (C3), FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, with special emphasis on historical linguistics and medieval literature

language change,

language contact,

historical phonology,

historical morphology,

historical and comparative lexikology and word formation,

Old English studies in the 16th and 17th centuries.

Monographs and Articles
2017 “Norse loans in Middle English and their influence on late medieval London English”, Anglia 135: 317-367.
2013 “Language contact and prestige”, Anglia 131: 562-590.
2012 “Norse influence on English in the light of general contact linguistics”, in: English Historical Linguistics 2010: Selected Papers from the 16th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, Pécs, 22–27 August 2010, ed. by Irén Hegedűs & Alexandra Fodor, Amsterdam: Benjamins, 15-41.
2012  “The Scandinavian period”, in: The Oxford Handbook of the History of English, ed. by Terttu Nevalainen & Elizabeth Closs Traugott, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 508-517.
2011 “Why is West-Saxon English different from Old Saxon?”, in: Anglo-Saxon England and the Continent. Essays Reflecting the Theme of the 12th Meeting of the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists in Munich, August 2005, ed. by Hans Sauer & Joanne Story, Tempe, Arizona: Arizona Board of Regents for Arizona State University, 113-138.
2009 “Celtic influence on Old English and West Germanic”, in: Re-evaluating the Celtic Hypothesis, ed. by Markku Filppula & Juhani Klemola (guest editors, special issue of English Language and Linguistics 13.2), 227-249.
2009 “Word accent position and language contact in English and German”, Anglia 127: 283-306.
2008 “Types and degrees of mixing: A comparative assessment of Latin and French influences on English and German word formation”, Interdisciplinary Journal for Germanic Linguistics and Semiotic Analysis 13: 1-35.
2008 “The importance of French influence for the development of Modern English and German word formation”, in: Anglistentag 2007 Münster: Section V: Englishes in Contact, ed. by Lucia Kornexl & Andrea Sand, Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 345-357.
2006 „Differences of stress orientation between English and Norse”, in: Language and Text. Current Perspectives on English and Germanic Historical Linguistics and Philology, ed. by Andrew James Johnston, Ferdinand von Mengden & Stefan Thim, Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, 205-223.
2005 “Chaucers Canterbury Tales — ein Herbstblumenstrauß”, in: Große Texte des Mittelalters: Erlanger Ringvorlesung 2003, ed. by Sonja Glauch, Erlangen: Palm & Enke, 251-275.
2004 “The first push: A prelude to the Great Vowel Shift”, Anglia 122: 209-224.
2002 “Sprachmischung in der deutschen und englischen Wortbildung”, in: Historische Wort­bildung des Deutschen, ed. by Mechthild Habermann, Peter O. Müller & Horst Haider Munske, Tübingen: Niemeyer, 407-437.
2002 “When did English begin?”, in: Sounds, Words, Texts and Change, ed. by Teresa Fanego & Elena Seoane, Amsterdam: Benjamins, 145-171.
2002 “The reflexive in Middle English: Loose ends in the pronominal system”, in: Middle English from Tongue to Text: Selected Papers from the Third International Conference on Middle English: Language and Text, held at Dublin, Ireland, 1-4 July 1999, ed. by Peter J. Lucas & Angela Lucas, Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 45-68.
2000 “Æthelweard’s Chronicon and Old English poetry”, Anglo-Saxon England 29: 177-216.
2000 “The study of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle in the seventeenth century and the establishment of Old English studies in the universities”, in: The Recovery of Old English: Anglo-Saxon Studies in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, ed. by Timothy Graham, Medieval Institute Publications, Kalamazoo, Michigan: Board of the Medieval Institute, 1-82 plus bibliography.
1998 “The interplay of external and internal factors in morphological restructuring: The case of you”, in: Advances in English Historical Linguistics (1996), ed. by Jacek Fisiak & Marcin Krygier, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 189-215.
1997 “Sound change, word formation and the lexicon: The history of the English prefix verbs”, English Studies 78: 258-290.
1997 “Lautwandel bei Wörtern mit imitatorischem oder lautsymbolischem Charakter in den germanischen Sprachen”, in: Germanic Studies in Honor of Anatoly Liberman, ed. by Kurt Gustav Goblirsch, Martha Berryman Bayou & Marvin Taylor (= Nowele: North-Western European Language Evolution 31/32), 213-228.
1994 “Vocalisation of “post-vocalic r” – an Early Modern English sound change?”, in: Studies in Early Modern English, ed. by Dieter Kastovsky, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 167-185.
1993 “Lautwandel und paläographische Evidenz. Die Wiedergabe von /h/ (< germ. /x/) in der Lindisfarne-Glosse”, Anglia 111: 285-309.
1992 “Lexical and morphological consequences of phonotactic change in the history of English”, in: History of Englishes: New Methods and Interpretations in Historical Linguistics, ed. by Matti Rissanen, Ossi Ihalainen, Terttu Nevalainen & Irma Taavitsainen, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 156-166.
1991 Phonotaktisch gesteuerte Konsonantenveränderungen in der Geschichte des Englischen, Linguistische Arbeiten 272, Tübingen: Niemeyer.
1988 “The history of English /h/ and Old Norse influence”, in: Third International Phonology Meeting and Third International Morphology Meeting, July 1-7, 1988, Krems, Austria. Discussion Papers: Phonology, ed. by Wolfgang U. Dressler, Hans Ch. Luschützky, Oskar Pfeiffer & John R. Rennison, Wiener Linguistische Gazette: Institut für Sprachwissenschaft der Universität Wien, 49-51.
1988 “On the historical phonotactics of English”, in: Luick Revisited: Papers Read at the Luick-Symposium at Schloß Liechtenstein, 15.-18. 9. 1985, ed. by Dieter Kastovsky & Gero Bauer, in collaboration with Jacek Fisiak, Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 221-239.
1988 “Zur Entstehungsgeschichte von William Somners Dictionarium Saxonico-Latino-Anglicum”, Anglia 106: 1-25.
1986 “The syllabic basis of word division in Old English manuscripts”, English Studies 67: 193-210.
1985 “Die Worttrennung am Zeilenende in altenglischen Handschriften: Phonologische Betrachtungen zu Claus-Dieter Wetzels gleichnamigem Buch”, Indogermanische Forschungen 90: 227-238.
1984 “Spellings of the waldend group – again”, Anglo-Saxon England 1: 51-64.
1983 “Chronik, Angelsächsische”, in: Lexikon des Mittelalters, II, 10. Lieferung, 2027, Stuttgart: Artemis Verlag, 1999.
1982 “Die englischen Relativpronomina: Lehneinfluss oder eigenständige Entwicklung?”, Klagenfurter Beiträge zur Sprachwissenschaft 8: 240-260.
1982 “Das Studium der Angelsächsischen Chronik im 16. Jahrhundert: Nowell und Joscelyn”, Anglia 100: 301-356.
1981 Die Version G der Angelsächsischen Chronik, Texte und Untersuchungen zur Englischen Philologie 11, München: Fink.
1977 “Zur Rekonstruktion der Version G der Angelsächsischen Chronik”, Anglia 95: 1-19.

 

Reviews

1999 Anthony W. Stanforth (1996), Deutsche Einflüsse auf den englischen Wortschatz in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Mit einem Beitrag zum Amerikanischen Englisch, Reihe Germanistische Linguistik 165, Tübingen: Niemeyer; in Beiträge zur Namenforschung 34: 110-112.
1995 Robert B. Howell (1991), Old English Breaking and its Germanic Analogues, Linguistische Arbeiten 253, Tübingen: Niemeyer; in Anglia 113: 73-79.
1994 Richard M. Hogg (1992), A Grammar of Old English. Vol. 1: Phonology, Oxford: Blackwell; in Anglia 112: 460-464.
1993 Fred C. Robinson & E. G. Stanley, eds (1991), Old English Verse Texts from Many Sources. A Comprehensive Collection, Early English Manuscripts in Facsimile 23, Copenhagen: Rosenkilde & Bagger; in Archiv 230: 414-416.
1989 Angus McIntosh, M. L. Samuels, Michael Benskin, with the assistance of Margaret Laing & Keith Williamson (1986), A Linguistic Atlas of Late Mediaeval English, 4 volumes, Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press; dazu Angus McIntosh, M. L. Samuels, Michael Benskin, with the assistance of Margaret Laing & Keith Williamson (1987), Guide to A Linguistic Atlas of Late Mediaeval English, Aberdeen: Aberdeen University Press; in Anglia 107: 495-502.
1988 Ariane von Seefranz-Montag (1983), Syntaktische Funktionen und Wortstellungsveränderung. Die Entwicklung subjektloser’ Konstruktionen in einigen Sprachen, Studien zur Theoretischen Linguistik 3, München: Fink; und Willi Elmer (1981), Diachronic Grammar. The History of Old and Middle English Subjectless Constructions, Linguistische Arbeiten 97, Tübingen: Niemeyer; in Anglia 106: 466-476.
1985 M. T. Clanchy (1979), From Memory to Written Record. England 1066-1307, London: Arnold; in Anglia 103: 179-182.
1984 M. S. Hetherington (1980), The Beginnings of Old English Lexicography, Spicewood, Texas, privately printed; in Archiv 221: 160-163.
1983 Carl T. Berkhout & Milton McC. Gatch, eds (1982), Anglo-Saxon Scholarship: The First Three Centuries, Boston, Mass.: G. K. Hall; in Anglia 101: 480-487.
1983 Robert T. Farrell, ed. (1978), Bede and Anglo-Saxon England: Papers in Honour of the 1300th Anniversary of the Birth of Bede, Given at Cornell University in 1973 and 1974, Oxford: British Archaeological Reports; in Anglia 101: 204-207.
1982 Peter J. Lucas, ed. (1977), Exodus, Methuen’s Old English Library, London: Methuen; in Archiv 219: 424-427.
1982 Jürgen Giffhorn (1974), Phonologische Untersuchungen zu den altenglischen Kurzdiphthongen, München: Fink; in Archiv 219: 184-187.
1980 Peter Hunter Blair (1977), An Introduction to Anglo-Saxon England. Second edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; in Anglia 98: 482-484.
1976 Norman Davis, ed. (1971), Paston Letters and Papers of the Fifteenth Century, Part I, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1971; in Anglia 94: 1976, 514-516.