Maggie Bullock

Maggie holds a master’s in applied linguistics from Georgia State University and has taught English for speakers of other languages for ten years. Maggie worked in the US as a college instructor and community organizer supporting adult immigrant education and refugee resettlement and integration. Most recently, she was a fellow at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin with the Collaborative Research Centre 1412 "Register" funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. She was affiliated with project C06 where she investigated the effects of power asymmetry and multilingualism on non-native addressee register.

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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin


language instruction, multilingualism, linguistic discrimination, corpus linguistics, the implications of the global spread of English


Poster Session
Thomas Schmidt, Hans Van de Velde, Maria Flaksman, Eline Zenner, Péter Jeszenszky, Melissa Schuring, Jan Gorisch, Adrian Leemann, Melanie Studerus, Carina Steiner, Sandra Widmer Beierlein, Nantke Pecht, Robert Lange, Gintare Gelunaite-Malinauskiene, Maike Rocker, Christine Graeppi, Maggie Bullock, Francesca Nicora, Agnes Kim, Lorea Unamuno, Bianca Sell, Ljubica Leone, Martin Fuchs, Chiara Meluzzi, Christian Paga, Anca Bibiri, Gorka Basterretxea Santiso, Berta Badia-Barrera, Wilbert Heeringa, Raoul Buurke, Anne-France Pinget, Cesko Voeten, Mihaela Mocanu, Paz González, Maria Schinko, Lea Bauernfeind

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Non-native addressee register in German
Robert Lange, Maggie Bullock, Bianca Sell
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