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Current information on teaching and office hours in the winter semester 2020/21

Information about my courses can be obtained from KLIPS and ILIAS after registration for the respective course. If you have any questions about teaching, please contact team-kvonheusinger(at)
Consultation hours will take place via video conference with zoom until further notice. Registration is still possible via Phil Services. You will receive information on the procedure after registration for the consultation hours. If you would like a telephone consultation, please indicate this when you register.

Please note the constantly updated information on the main page of the university as well as on the IDSL I.


Office hours
Dates and registration via Phil Services.

Exam registration
Please register for the exams at least 10 weeks before the registration deadline. I recommend one semester for adequate preparation.
All candidates must register for the respective examination colloquium.

First information on scientific work can be obtained from the Ebenda booklet of the IdSl I.

All courses are organized through ILIAS. Information and e-mails are sent exclusively via ILIAS. Please register via the e-learning platform if you have not been registered there directly via Klips.




Winter semester 2020/2021

    Grammar (Lecture) Monday, 12-13:30
    Demonstrative (advanced seminar) Wednesday, 12-13:30

Summer semester 2020

    Discourse Relations (Hauptseminar) Monday, 12-13:30
    Definiteness (Hauptseminar) Wednesday, 12-13:30
    Research Colloquium on Sentence and Discourse Semantics (Colloquium) Monday, 18-19:30

Winter semester 2019/2020

    Grammar (Lecture) Monday, 12-13:30
    Demonstrative (advanced seminar) Wednesday, 10:-11:30
    Advanced seminar (for individual dates see program)

Summer semester 2019

    without teaching obligations

Winter semester 2018/2019

    Grammar (Lecture)
    Introduction to linguistics (introductory seminar)
    Linguistic working group (colloquium)

Summer semester 2018

    Demonstrative (advanced seminar)
    Discourse structure (colloquium)
    Freedom of speech (lecture series)
    Semantics (Proseminar)