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Michael Stubbs

Univ.-Prof. Ph.D. Michael Stubbs

Anglistik, Universität Trier

Universitätsring 15

  • 0651/201-2277
  • 0651/201-3928
Curriculum Vitae

Michael Stubbs has been Professor of English Linguistics at the University of Trier, Germany, since 1990. He was previously Professor of English in Education, Institute of Education, University of London (1985-90) and Lecturer in Linguistics, University of Nottingham, UK (1974-85). He retired in 2013.

Other posts and offices include Honorary Senior Research Fellow, University of Birmingham, UK (1994-99), Chair of BAAL (British Association for Applied Linguistics, 1988-91), member of the National Curriculum English Working Group [Cox Committee] (1988-89), and Visiting Professor, University of Tübingen, Germany (1985). He has also lectured in Australia, Canada, China, India, Japan, New Zealand, USA, Yemen, and several European countries, most recently Italy, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland.

His single-authored and edited books are:
• Words and Phrases (2001 Blackwell)
• Text and Corpus Analysis (1996 Blackwell)
• Educational Linguistics (1986 Blackwell)
• Discourse Analysis (1983 Blackwell)
• Readings on Language, Schools and Classrooms (1983 Methuen, co-ed with H Hillier)
• Language and Literacy (1980 Routledge)
• Language, Schools and Classrooms (1976 Methuen)
• Explorations in Classroom Observation (1976 Wiley, co-ed with S Delamont)

His books have been translated into Catalan, French, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish. He has published around 50 articles in books and journals (including Applied Linguistics, Functions of Language, International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, Journal of Pragmatics, Language and Education and Text), and around 50 book reviews in journals (including Journal of Child Language, Language, Language in Society and Linguistics).

His main current areas of writing and research are English phraseology, text and discourse analysis, computer-assisted corpus semantics.