Mareike Keller has been teaching and doing research at the English Department since 2014. In March 2021 she joined the Research Group Emerging Grammars (RUEG) as a principal investigator and is now leading a project investigating the lexicon of heritage speakers. Her research interests include multilingualism, phraseology and computational methods for annotation and analysis of modern and historical texts.
Following her studies in Slavic Languages, English Linguistics and German Linguistics at the University of Tübingen, she received a doctorate from the University of Mannheim in 2014 (topic of dissertation: Phrasemes in bilingual discourse). In 2021 she completed her post-doctoral project on Code-Switching in Middle English Texts.
Co-editor of Mannheim Papers in Multilingualism, Acquisition, and Change (MAPMAC)