Short CV/Education and training

  • 1996 – 2001
    Studied Romance philology (French, Spanish) and general linguistics, University of Münster, Germany

  • 1997 – 1998
    Studied abroad (Sciences du langage), University of Rennes II, France

  • 2001
    Magister Artium degree (MA), University of Münster

  • 2003
    Visiting researcher at the Colegio de México, Mexico City

  • 2004
    PhD, University of Münster

  • 2005
    Lecturer, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

  • 2005 – 2009
    Lecturer in the pedagogy of Romance languages, literatures and cultures, Dresden University of Technology, Germany

  • 2008
    Visiting researcher at the Universidad Católica Tecnológica del Cibao, La Vega, Dominican Republic

  • Since 2009
    Assistant professor of Romance linguistics, Mainz University, Germany

  • Since 2010
    Director of a junior research group within the German Research Foundation (DFG) Emmy Noether programme, project title: Hispania submersa

Selected publications

  • Jansen, S.: Sprachliches Lehngut im WWW: Neologismen in der französischen und spanischen Internetterminologie. Tübingen, 2005.

  • Jansen, S.: Dynamik romanischer Varietäten außerhalb Europas – Alte und Neue Romania im Dialog. Proceedings of the section of the same name at the XVIII. Romanistentag in Saarbrücken (26. – 29 September 2005), 2009.

  • Jansen, S.: "Yo no hablo patuá, pero me defiendo". Sprachkontakt und Kontaktvarietäten im Grenzgebiet zwischen der Dominikanischen Republik und Haiti. In: Romanische Forschungen 122, 2010. pp. 153-182.

  • Jansen, S.: Monolingüismo y bilingüismo en el discurso de la lingüística hispánica – El ejemplo de la República Dominicana. In: Eilers, V., Wieland, K., Süselbeck, K. (eds.): Aspectos del desarrollo de la lingüística española a través de los siglos. Hamburg, 2010. pp. 111-124.

  • Jansen, S.: Das portunhol selvagem im sprachpolitischen Kontext des Mercosur. Romanistik in Geschichte und Gegenwart 15(2), 2009. pp. 205-226.

  • Jansen, S.: 1492 im Spiegel der karibischen Sprachenlandschaft. Das Beispiel Hispaniola. In: Becker, L. (ed.): Aktualität des Mittelalters und der Renaissance in der Romanistik. Stuttgart, 2009. pp. 135-161.

  • Jansen, S.: Wollen wir uns auf allemande und francaise unterhalten? Code-Switching als lernersprachliche Kommunikationsstrategie. In: Zeitschrift für Romanische Sprachen und ihre Didaktik 3(1), 2009. pp. 109-130.

  • Jansen, S.: Democratización, vulgarización y política del lenguaje en Cuba: La Proposición de una Política Lingüística Nacional. In: Jansen, S., Symeonidis, H. (eds.): Dynamik romanischer Varietäten außerhalb Europas – Alte und Neue Romania im Dialog. Proceedings of the section of the same name at the XVIII. Romanistentag in Saarbrücken (26. – 29 September 2005), 2009. pp. 175-193.

  • Jansen, S.: La "defensa" del español en Hispanoamérica: normas y legislaciones acerca del uso de la lengua. In: Süselbeck, K., Mühlschlegel, U., Masson, P. (eds.): Lengua, Nación e Identidad. La regulación del plurilingüismo en España y América Latina. Frankfurt am Main, 2008. pp. 239-270.

  • Jansen, S.: El período de Boyer? (1822-1844) en Santo Domingo – situación sociolinguística y política del lenguaje. In: Signos linguísticos 5, 2007. pp. 21-43.


Selected projects

  • Hispania submersa – The Spanish legacy in the Caribbean, Emmy Noether independent junior research group, since 2010

  • Remembering – Conveying – Shaping: The Dresden Maya Codex in the year of the humanities, prize winner in the Intellect Excites higher education competition for the year of the humanities, 2007

Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • Member of the Hispanic Studies Association (current official function: accounts auditor)

  • Member of the Société de Linguistique Romane

  • Member of the Middle Ages and Renaissance in Romania (MIRA) network

  • Member of the Italy Centre, Dresden University of Technology

Additional qualifications

  • Director of an Emmy Noether independent junior research group


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