Stefan Hartmann

Stefan Hartmann is a PhD student in Historical Linguistics at the University of Mainz, Germany. He is currently conducting a corpus study on the diachronic change of German nominalization patterns for his PhD thesis.

Stefan got interested in language evolution research when he met Michael Pleyer a couple of years ago. Michael's bad influence is also responsible for his affection to Cognitive Linguistics, Construction Grammar and, occasionally, unhealthy food. To compensate for the latter, Stefan does lots of sports, e.g. extreme conference going, freestyle science blogging, indoor conference live tweeting, and walking incredible distances while giving a talk.

Here's a picture of Stefan doing field research in Construction Grammar during the 12th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference.



Culture, its evolution and anything inbetween

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