Dept. of English and American Studies
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Claudia Lehmann studied English and Linguistics at the University of Leipzig and Potsdam. She received her PhD in English Linguistics from the University of Osnabrück. She was a visiting scholar at the University of Edinburgh and had a Postdoc position at the University of Bremen. Her main research focus is on constructional analyses from a multimodal perspective. More specifically, she explores the relation between grammatic, prosodic, and visual constructions in spoken English.
Lehmann, C. (under review). Zur multimodalen Markierung von Ironie. Eine quantitative Korpusstudie. Submitted to Bülow, Lars, Marie-Luis Merten, Robert Mroczynski & Susanne Kabatnik (eds.). Pragmatik multimodal. Tübingen: Narr.
Lehmann, C. & Pentrel, M. (under review). Multimodal-ish: Prosodic and kinesic aspects of bounded and free uses of ish. Submitted to Language and Cognition.
Lehmann, C. (under review). Towards a functional perspective on multimodal constructions. Evidence from requesting and stance-related Tell me about it. To appear in Fried, Mirjam, Kiki Nikiforidou, Alexander Bergs & Elisabeth Zima (eds.). Multimodal communication from a Construction Grammar perspective. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
Lehmann, C. (accepted). The Prosody of Irony is Diverse and Sometimes Construction-Specific. To appear in Schlechtweg, Marcel (ed.). Interfaces of Phonetics. Berlin: DeGruyter.
Lehmann, C. (2023). Multimodal markers of irony in televised discourse. A corpus-based approach. In Jucker, Andreas H., Iris Hübscher & Lucien Brown (eds.). Multimodal im/politeness. Signed, spoken, written. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. doi.org/10.1075/pbns.333.09leh
Lehmann, C. (2022). As if that wasn’t enough. English as if clauses as multimodal utterance constructions. To appear in English Language and Linguistics, 1-28. doi.org/10.1017/S1360674322000326
Lehmann, C. & Bergs, A. (2021). As if irony was in stock. The case of constructional ironies. Constructions & Frames, 13(2). doi.org/10.1075/cf.00053.leh
Lehmann, C. (2021). About as boring as flossing sharks: the family of APPROXIMATE COMPARISON constructions and cognitive accounts of verbal irony. Cognitive Linguistics, 32(1). doi.org/10.1515/cog-2020-0018.
Lehmann, C. (2020). Review of The Diversity of Irony. Eds. Colston, Herbert L. / Athanasiadou, Angeliki, Berlin, u.a.: De Gruyter/Mouton. Access via old.linguistlist.org/issues/31/31-2553.html
Lehmann, C. (2019). Zooming in on the constructicon: exploring the network of syntactic constructions. In Pragmatics.Reviews, eds. Jungbluth, Konstanze / Müller, Cornelia / Richter, Nicole / Schröder, Hartmut. Access via www.pragmatics-reviews.org/page/pragrev2019.7.1/pragrev2019.7.1_1.htm
Lehmann, C. (2019). An integrated approach to the ethnocategory ‘irony’. Dissertation, Fachbereich für Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft, Universität Osnabrück.
Lehmann, C. (2013). On Irony-in-Interaction. In Facets of Linguistics. Proceedings of the 14th Norddeutsches Linguistisches Kolloquium 2013 in Halle (Saale), eds. Ammermann, Anne / Brock, Alexander / Pflaeging, Jana / Schildhauer, Peter, Frankfurt am Main u.a.: Peter Lang, 89-101.