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Annick De Houwer CURRICULUM VITAE Personal information date of birth January 3, 1958 place of birth Schoten, Belgium nationality Belgian marital status divorced (1 child, 22 years old) Academic education
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Annick De Houwer CURRICULUM VITAE Personal information date of birth January 3, 1958 place of birth Schoten, Belgium nationality Belgian marital status divorced (1 child, 22 years old) Academic education and degrees 1988 PhD, Linguistics, Free University of Brussels, Belgium Linguistics Dept., Stanford University (Child Language; Psycholinguistics), USA 1980 Certificate of Specialisation in Psycholinguistics, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium 1979 High School Teaching Certificate, University of Antwerp, Belgium 1979 MA, General and English Linguistics, University of Antwerp, Belgium 1977 BA, Germanic linguistics and literature, Free University of Brussels, Belgium Academic appointments 2009-now Professor, Linguistics, University of Erfurt, Erfurt, Germany Associate Professor, Communication Sciences, University of Antwerp, Belgium Research Director, Science Foundation Flanders (FWO), Belgium Associate Professor (part-time), Communication Sciences, University of Antwerp, Belgium Post-doctoral fellow, Science Foundation Flanders (FWO), Belgium Assistant Professor (part-time), Communication Sciences, University of Antwerp, Belgium Assistant Professor, English Linguistics, Free University of Brussels, Belgium Lecturer, Child Language, University of Antwerp, Belgium Lecturer, English Linguistics, Free University of Brussels, Belgium 1981 Instructor (part-time), Dutch, Dept. of Linguistics, Stanford University, USA De Houwer full resume p. 2 Visiting appointments 2007 Visiting Research Professor, Dept. of Psychology, University of Virginia, USA Guest Professor (part-time), Logopedics and Audiology, University of Ghent, Belgium (intermittently) Visiting Scholar, Study Centre on Language Contact, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study, Wassenaar, the Netherlands Residential Fellow, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study, Wassenaar, the Netherlands 1993 Visiting Scholar, Dept. of Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA Visiting Scholar, Dept. of Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University, USA Visiting Scholar, Graduate School of Education, Harvard University, USA Guest lectures at the following institutions United States of America Harvard University (Graduate School of Education), Columbia University (Teacher's College), Carnegie Mellon University, University of Virginia, University at Buffalo, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania State University, George Mason University, City University of New York, University of Memphis Canada Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, McGill University Europe University of Ghent (Belgium), Stockholm University (Sweden), Università degli Studi di Cagliari (Italy), University of Amsterdam (the Netherlands), University of Erfurt (Germany), Trinity College (Ireland), University of Hamburg (Germany), University of Paderborn (Germany), Ruhr-Universität Bochum (Germany), Universität Paderborn (Germany), Birkbeck College (Great Britain), Friedrich-Schiller- Universität Jena (Germany) Invited teaching modules in MA and PhD programs (external to home institution) 2011 Linguistics Summerschool for doctoral students (LOT), Leuven, Belgium, module on Bilingual Language Acquisition, June 2010 Doctoral School on Experimental Methods in Language Acquisition Research (EMLAR), Utrecht University, Utrecht, the Netherlands, module on methodology in research on bilingual children and adults, Febr Master's program, Faculty of Psychology and Education, University of Geneva, Switzerland, module on Healthy Bilingual Development, February 2008 Master's program, Faculty of Psychology and Education, University of Geneva, Switzerland, module on Bilingual Acquisition, April 2004 Summer School for doctoral students from three Max Planck Institutes, Tutorials in Behavioural and Brain Sciences 2004, the Netherlands. module on Bilingual Acquisition, July De Houwer full resume p th Summer School of Psycholinguistics, Hungary, module on Bilingual Development, May 2002 Linguistics Winterschool for doctoral students (LOT), Leiden, the Netherlands, module on Language Acquisition, January Research specializations Developmental psycholinguistics (monolingual and bilingual child language acquisition, lexical acquisition, morphosyntactic development), Contact linguistics (bilingual development, mixed utterances, family bilingualism), Sociolinguistics (standard/dialect variation; language attitudes; family interaction patterns; home language use; intralingual sutitling), Second Language Acquisition (input factors in SLA) Honors and awards 2009-now Inclusion of A. De Houwer's biography in Marquis Who's Who in the World 2005-now Collaborative Investigator, Eunice Shriver Kennedy National Institute of Child Health & Human Development, Bethesda (MD), USA 1999-now Invited to chair several plenary addresses at international conferences Publication Committee Co-chair (with Steven Gillis, Belgium), International Association for the Study of Child Language (IASCL) 1999 Grant Committee Chair, International Association for the Study of Child Language (IASCL) Co-convenor (with Yamamoto Masayo, Japan), Scientific Commission on Child Language, International Association for Applied Linguistics (AILA) Vice President, Research Commission 25 (Sociolinguistics), International Sociological Association Member, Steering Committee, Hungarian-Dutch Study Centre on Language Contact, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study (NIAS), the Netherlands Convenor, Scientific Commission on Child Language, International Association for Applied Linguistics (AILA) Treasurer, International Association for the Study of Child Language (IASCL) Fellowship, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Social Sciences and Humanities (NIAS), Wassenaar, the Netherlands Member, Executive Committee, International Association for the Study of Child Language (IASCL) Fulbright-Hayes award for a year of graduate study at Stanford University, Stanford, USA De Houwer full resume p. 4 Themes of courses and seminars taught Psycholinguistics: Child language development, First and second language acquisition Contact linguistics: Bilingualism, Bilingual acquisition, Intercultural communication Sociolinguistics: English dialectology, The sociolinguistics of English, General sociolinguistics, Language policy, Language attitudes Education: English foreign language teaching (at the primary & secondary level) Other: Introduction to linguistics, English grammar, English linguistics, English as a foreign language, Dutch as a foreign language, Language and Communication, Pragmatics, Practical communication skills, Verbal and non-verbal communication, Research methods Student advisement Doctoral level: dissertation advisement (University of Erfurt, Germany) In progress Speech errors in bilingual children, L. De Mol In progress The acquisition of adjectives in Spanish and German monolingual and bilingual children, A. Groba In progress Phonology in second language acquisition, T. Piczszan Doctoral level: dissertation advisement (University of Antwerp, Belgium) 2009 English in Flemish media: Transculturation, performativity and audience design in two case studies, A. Kuppens (main advisor) 2004 Reporting the Hong Kong handover: A pragmatic analysis of news coverage in comparative Taiwanese/Mainland Chinese perspective, L. Lams (member of the advising committee) Doctoral level: other (University of Erfurt, Germany) Organisation (with R. Rummer) of the doctoral colloquium series of the Research Group 'Language competence and proficiency' (Sprachbeherrschung) Member of the doctoral jury or external examiner 2010 Die fachsprachliche Minima, A. Dal Negro, University of Erfurt, Germany 2008 The contrastive use of metaphors in The Guardian and The Economist during the Thatcher years to denote the transition from Keynesian economics to monetarism, E. Caers, University of Antwerp 2007 One Child, Two Languages: Bilingual First Language Acquisition in Japanese and English, Y. Itani-Adams, University of Western Sydney, Australia 2007 'Habitus' in family socialisation, N. Clycq, University of Antwerp 2005 Storytelling as vehicle for second language acquisition: learning Irish in a Naíonra (kindergarten), M. Mhic Mhathúna, School of Education, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland De Houwer full resume p From nominal reference to the acquisition of personal pronouns in a Mandarin- English bilingual child, R. Qi, University of Western Sydney, Australia 2004 Sprachrevitalisierung in Altbelgien-Süd. Eine kontaktlinguistische Studie, J. Darquennes, Catholic University of Brussels, Brussels 2000 Input and interaction in deaf families, B. van den Bogaerde, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands 1999 The emergence of functional categories in Bilingual First Language Acquisition, L. Serratrice, Edinburgh University, United Kingdom Master's level: thesis advisement 1991-now Master's level: other training 100+ Master's theses in Child Language, Bilingualism, Foreign Language Teaching, Clinical Linguistics and Communication (Universities of Antwerp and Ghent, Free University of Brussels; University of Erfurt, Germany) 2008 workshop on how to cite and how to use the APA citation conventions, for Master's students Communication Sciences at the University of Antwerp, Belgium, February 19 Research grants and contracts (all in Belgium except for the NIH contract) title (as the case may be, translated from Dutch) Amount of language input and communicative development of monolingual and bilingual infants in Flanders Subtitling of Dutch television programs in Flanders: an investigation into its reception, goals and desirability The role of language input in early Dutch child language development: the influence of social-pragmatic versus formal aspects The specificity of mother-infant interaction (research contract) The role of language in the development of social identity source amount University of Antwerp 109,500 University of Antwerp and Antwerp College of Translation and Interpreting Science Foundation Flanders and University of Antwerp National Institutes of Health (NIH), USA Science Foundation Flanders and University of Antwerp 65,000 27,500 $ 36,500 26,000 The language of Antwerp teenagers University of Antwerp 20,000 Science popularisation project: Dissemination of knowledge about early bilingual acquisition University of Antwerp and National Bank of Belgium 16,200 Administrative service at the Universität Erfurt, Germany 2009-now Director, Language Center (which employs 21 full-time staff and about 25 additional language teachers) De Houwer full resume p. 6 Administrative service at the University of Antwerp, Belgium (only listed since 2000) initiator & academic coordinator (with Frank Willaert), cooperative agreement between the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study & the University of Antwerp Member, University of Antwerp Research Council Director, Research Group Language, Media and Socialisation Member, Departmental Council, Dept. of Communication Sciences Member, University Science Communication Council Chair, Doctoral Program Committee, Faculty of Political and Social Sciences Member, university-wide Doctoral Program Committee Fall 2003 Member, Steering Committee, Faculty of Political and Social Sciences Member, Doctoral Program Committee, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences Member, Faculty Council, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences Consultancies and reviewing (selection) International academic journals American Anthropologist, Applied Psycholinguistics; Bilingualism: Language and Cognition; Child Development; Developmental Psychology; European Journal of Disorders of Communication; First Language; Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica; International Journal of Bilingualism; International Journal of Bilingualism and Bilingual Education; International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders; Journal of Child Language; Journal of Memory and Language; Journal of Play; Journal of Pragmatics; Language Awareness; Language Learning; Language Variation & Change; Multilingua; Parenting; Pholia Phoniatrica; Pragmatics; Psychologica Belgica International publishers Basil Blackwell's; Cambridge University Press; Cascadilla Press; John Benjamins; Mouton de Gruyter; Multilingual Matters; Oxford University Press; Routledge; Taylor & Francis Research funding agencies National Science Foundation, USA; The British Academy of Sciences, UK; The Economic and Social Research Council, U.K.; Canadian Language & Literacy Research Network, Canada; Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study NIAS, the Netherlands; Dutch Science Foundation NWO, the Netherlands; Flemish Interuniversity Council VLIR, Belgium; FWO-Vlaanderen (Flemish Research Council), Belgium. Policy institutions Flemish Ministry of Education, Belgium De Houwer full resume p. 7 - for project proposals concerning foreign language initiation and teaching in nursery and primary schools - for experimental projects concerning the implementation of CLIL in secondary schools Flemish Education Council, Belgium - to help prepare policies concerning foreign language initiation and teaching in nursery and primary schools Academic projects 'Léonard: Acquisition du language et grammaticalisation', Dr. A. Morgenstern, Ecole Normale Supérieure Lettres et Sciences humaines, Lyon, France 'Early Phonology and Literacy in Bilingual Children', Dr. D. K. Oller, University of Memphis, USA 'Understanding Early Bilingualism', Dr. E. Hoff, Florida Atlantic University, USA Numerous International conferences Professional organizations (present & past) Membership with offices: International Association for the Study of Child Language (IASCL), AILA International Association for Applied Linguistics, International Sociological Association Membership without offices: American Association for Educational Research, Belgian Association for Applied Linguistics, Belgian Circle of Linguistics, Deutscher Hochschulverband, Dutch Network First Language Acquisition, European Association for Developmental Psychology, Fulbright Alumni Association Belgium, International Pragmatics Association, International Reading Association, International Association for Applied Psycholinguistics, Linguistic Society of America, Universitätsgesellschaft Erfurt, VG Wort Editorships General Editor (John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam/Philadelphia) , Book series: TiLAR: Trends in Language Acquisition Research (with Steven Gillis) , Book series: IMPACT: Studies of Language in Society Member of the Editorial Board (past & present) Applied Linguistics Review (publisher: Mouton de Gruyter) International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching IRAL (publisher: Mouton de Gruyter) Language Awareness (publisher: Taylor & Francis) Parenting: from Theory to Practice (until 2007) (publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates) The International Journal of Bilingualism and Bilingual Education (publisher: Routledge) IMPACT: Studies on Language and Society (book series) (publisher: John Benjamins) TiLAR: Trends in Language Acquisition Research (book series) (publisher: John Benjamins) Organization of conferences and symposia (last 13 years) Organizer and Chair De Houwer full resume p. 8 The early acquisition of more than one language from infancy with special reference to Chinese, Symposium of the AILA Scientific Commission on Child Language, 13th World Congress of Applied Linguistics AILA'02, Singapore, December 16-21, 2002 Colloquium on Taalgebruik in gezin, media en onderwijs in Vlaanderen en Brussel [Language use in the family, media and education in Flanders and Brussels], University of Antwerp, October 16, 2002 Second Workshop on Dutch and Hungarian acquisition: a cross-linguistic approach, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study (NIAS), Wassenaar, the Netherlands, April 3-7, 2000 First Workshop on Dutch and Hungarian acquisition: a cross-linguistic approach, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study (NIAS), Wassenaar, the Netherlands, October 25-29, 1999 The early acquisition of more than one language from infancy with special reference to Japanese, Symposium of the AILA Scientific Commission on Child Language, 12th World Congress of Applied Linguistics AILA'99, Tokyo, Japan, August 1-6, 1999 Panel on 'The development of pragmatic competence in bilingual children', International Pragmatics Conference, Reims, France, July 19-24, 1998 Co-Organizer and Co-Chair Symposium on 'Bilingualism in children exposed to Spanish and another language in Spain'. XIIth European Conference of Developmental Psychology, Tenerife, Spain (with Miguel Pérez- Pereira), August 24-28, 2005 Colloquium on Input in Bilingual Acquisition, Second International Symposium on Bilingualism, Newcastle, United Kingdom (with Elizabeth Lanza), April 14-16, 1999 Academic publications (in order to save space, works for which I was solely responsible do not list my name) Books (as sole author) 2009 Bilingual First Language Acquisition. Clevedon/Buffalo: Multilingual Matters, xvii pp An Introduction to Bilingual Development. Clevedon/Buffalo: Multilingual Matters, x + 89 pp The Acquisition of Two Languages from Birth: a Case Study. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, xv pp. (paperback edition of 1990 book) 1990 The Acquisition of Two Languages from Birth: a Case Study. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, xv pp. Edited books 2011 De Houwer, A. & Wilton, A. eds., English in Europe Today. Sociocultural and educational perspectives, Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Kuppens, A. & De Houwer, A., eds., De relatie tussen mediagebruik en Engelse taalvaardigheid [The relation between media use and English proficiency]. Antwerpen: Universiteit Antwerpen, 182 pp. De Houwer full resume p Gillis, S. & De Houwer, A., eds., The Acquisition of Dutch, Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, xvi pp. (paperback edition of 1998 book) 1998 Gillis, S. & De Houwer, A., eds., The Acquisition of Dutch, Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, xvi pp Special Issue on Bilingual Acquisition, guest-edited volume of the International Journal of Bilingualism, Vol. 2(3), 140 pp., London: Kingston Press Wölck, W. & De Houwer, A., eds., Recent Studies in Contact Linguistics, edited with Wolfgang Wölck. Bonn: Dümmler, 484 pp De Houwer, A. & Gillis, S., eds., Kindertaalonderzoek in het Nederlands taalgebied: een overzicht [Child language research in the Dutch-speaking world: an overview], Antwerp: University of Antwerp Press, 71 pp Gillis, S. & De Houwer, A., eds., NET-werken: bijdragen van het Vijfde NET-Symposium [NET-working: papers from the Fifth NET-symposium (NET=Network first language acquisition)], Antwerp: University of Antwerp Press, 92 pp De Houwer, A. & Gillis, S., eds., Perspectives on child language, Brussel: Editions de l'université de Bruxelles, 161 pp. Corpora (web: childes.psy.cmu.edu) (as sole author) 2004 A. DeHouwer Corpus. Pittsburgh: Talkbank (ISBN: ) (orthographic transcriptions with morphosyntactic coding, longitudinal family dialog data, case study, Dutch-English bilingual child) 2004 Dutch-De Houwer Corpus. Pittsburgh: Talkbank (ISBN: ) (phonological transcriptions with some language variety and dialog structure coding, family dialog data, 4 Antwerp Dutch four-year-olds) Books as General Editor, John Benjamins Publishing Cy. (Philadelphia/Amsterdam) book series TiLAR: Trends in Language Acquisition Research (with Steven Gillis) (official publication of the International Association for the Study of Child Language) 2008 Volume 6, xxx pp., Behrens, H., ed., Corpora in Language Acquisition Research. History, methods, perspectives 2008 Volume 5, xiv pp., Friederici, A. & G. Thierry, eds., Early Language Development: Bridging Brain and Behavior 2005 Volume 4, x pp., Fletcher, P. & J. Miller, eds., Bridging the Gap: Language Disorders and Developmental Theory 2004 Volume 3, xiv pp., Berman, R., ed., Language Development across Childhood and Adolescence De Houwer full resume p Volume 2, xx pp., Morgan, G. & B. Woll, eds., Direct
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