- Deputy head of the program area "Oral Corpora"
- Head of the projects "Research and Training Corpus of Spoken German (FOLK)" and "Archive for Spoken German"
- Researcher in the sub-project "Understanding in interaction: Recipient design, common ground and intersubjectivity" which is part of the project "Constitution of meaning in social interaction (interactional semantics)"
- 2005-2008 Studies in German and Media and Communication Studies at the University of Mannheim (B.A.)
- 2008-2009 Studies in German Studies at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada (M.A.)
- April 2014 PhD at the University of Mannheim (thesis: "Wissenszuschreibungen in der Interaktion" (Ascriptions of knowledge in interaction)
- March 2010-January 2015: researcher in the Pragmatics Department in the sub-project "Linguistic constructions of understanding in interaction" which was part of the project "Verbal and communicative displays of understanding in talk-in-interaction"
Areas of Research:
shared knowledge in interaction, interactive constitution of meaning, conversation analysis, interactional linguistics, argumentation, communicative genres
Recent English Publications:
- Deppermann, Arnulf/Reineke, Silke (2020): Practices of indexing discrepant assumptions with German ich dachte ('I thought') in talk-in-interaction. In: Functions of Language 27(2), pp. 113-142.
- Helmer, Henrike / Reineke, Silke / Deppermann, Arnulf (2016): A range of uses of negative epistemic constructions in German: ich weiß nicht as a resource for dispreferred actions. In: Journal of Pragmatics 106, pp. 97-114. PDF
For recent German publications, see the German page