Bio

Kristel Doreleijers (1993) obtained a Bachelor of Arts (Dutch language and culture) and a Master of Arts (Dutch Studies and Linguistics) at Utrecht University. During her undergraduate studies she developed a profound interest in interdisciplinary language variation research. After completing her studies Kristel gained academic experience as a research assistant at the Meertens Institute (KNAW) in Amsterdam. In October 2019 she started with her own PhD project at the Department of Culture Studies. In this project Kristel investigates language variation and change in gender marking in Dutch and Dutch (Brabantish) dialects. The supervisors are prof. dr. Jos Swanenberg and prof. dr. Marjo van Koppen. The project received a funding from the NWO programme PhDs in the Humanities 2019. Kristel is also strongly committed to science communication to a general public. Among other things she developed the website www.profielwerkstuktaalkunde.nl

Recent publications

  1. Bepaalt de NORM wel de norm?

    Doreleijers, K. (2022). Bepaalt de NORM wel de norm? In M. van Oostendorp, & S. Wolff (Eds.), Het dialectendoeboek: De schatkamer van 90 jaar Meertens Instituut (pp. 58-61). Sterck en De Vreese.
  2. Brugge, Bruges en Bruhhe in de play-off - Met lokale taal naar de tit…

    Doreleijers, K., & Vierendeels, I. (2022). Brugge, Bruges en Bruhhe in de play-off: Met lokale taal naar de titel? Neerlandistiek.nl. https://neerlandistiek.nl/2022/05/brugge-bruges-en-bruhhe-in-de-play-off/
  3. Engels opleggen als voertaal is niet 'inclusief'

    Doreleijers, K. (2022). Engels opleggen als voertaal is niet 'inclusief'. Elsevier. https://www.ewmagazine.nl/ewpodium/opinie/2022/02/engels-opleggen-als-voertaal-is-niet-inclusief-866928/
  4. Waarom leer je op school Standaardnederlands en geen dialect?

    Doreleijers, K. (Author). (2022). Waarom leer je op school Standaardnederlands en geen dialect?. Web publication/site, NEMO Kennislink. https://www.nemokennislink.nl/facesofscience/blogs/waarom-leer-je-op-school-standaardnederlands-en-geen-dialect/
  5. Semantic Deep Mapping in the Amsterdam Time Machine - Viewing Late 19…

    Noordegraaf, J., van Erp, M., Zijdeman, R., Raat, M., van Oort, T., Zandhuis, I., Vermaut, T., Mol, H., van der Sijs, N., Doreleijers, K., Baptist, V., Vrielink, C., Assendelft, B., Rasterhoff, C., & Kisjes, I. (2022). Semantic Deep Mapping in the Amsterdam Time Machine: Viewing Late 19th- and Early 20th-Century Theatre and Cinema Culture Through the Lens of Language Use and Socio-Economic Status. In F. Niebling, S. Münster, & H. Messemer (Eds.), Research and Education in Urban History in the Age of Digital Libraries. UHDL 2019. Communications in Computer and Information Science (Vol. 1501, pp. 191-212). Springer.

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