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I work as an assistant professor of English linguistics within the Department of Language, Literature & Communication. My research interests are language variation and change - specifically English (historical) syntax - and the interaction between information and syntax. 


I teach courses within our own departement for students of CIW and L&S. In addition, I teach and/or coordinate a range of courses on academic writing for students across the university. This includes the Minor in English and activities for the Academic Language Programme of the Faculty of Humanities.I am also involved in the GMAT preparation course offered by the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration. 


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Research Output 2010 2018

English Language (sections on morphology and syntax)

Dreschler, G. A. & Gregersen, S., 29 Oct 2018, In : The Year's Work in English Studies. 97, 1, p. 39-58 20 p.

Research output: Contribution to JournalBook/Film/Article reviewAcademic

English Language (sections on morphology and syntax)

Wallage, P. & Dreschler, G. A., 3 May 2017, In : The Year's Work in English Studies. 96, 1, p. 11-23 12 p.

Research output: Contribution to JournalBook/Film/Article reviewAcademic

English Language Support Online (ELS Online)

Hannay, M., Dreschler, G. A. & de Jong, N., 1 Sep 2017

Research output: Online publication or Non-textual formOnline publication or WebsiteProfessional

English language

The information status of late subjects in passive main clauses in Old English

Dreschler, G. A., 2017, Word Order Change in Acquisition and Language Contact: Essays in honour of Ans van Kemenade. Los, B. & de Haan, P. (eds.). Amsterdam: John Benjamins, p. 103-125

Research output: Chapter in Book / Report / Conference proceedingChapterAcademicpeer-review

Passives and the loss of Verb Second: a study of syntactic and information-structural factors

Dreschler, G. A., 2015, Utrecht: LOT Publications.

Research output: PhD ThesisPhD Thesis - Research external, graduation externalAcademic

Activities 2016 2019

  • 10 Lecture / Presentation
  • 1 Expert meeting

You mark the content; we mark the language: Content and language instructors sharing the task of giving feedback

A.J. Gambrel (Speaker), Nel de Jong (Speaker), G.A. Dreschler (Speaker)
1 Feb 2019

Activity: Lecture / PresentationProfessional

15e expertmeeting NACV

M.G. Onrust (Organiser), G.A. Dreschler (Organiser), Nel de Jong (Organiser), A.J. Gambrel (Organiser)
1 Feb 2019

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventExpert meetingAcademic

‘Uw fietsenstalling verbetert’:New middles in Dutch?

Gea Dreschler (Speaker)
2 Feb 2019

Activity: Lecture / PresentationAcademic

Locative inversion vs late subjects: a similar information-structural function?

Gea Dreschler (Speaker)
27 Aug 201831 Aug 2018

Activity: Lecture / PresentationAcademic

Locative inversion and late subjects: different name, same phenomenon?

Gea Dreschler (Speaker)
17 Jul 201820 Jul 2018

Activity: Lecture / PresentationAcademic

Press / Media

Talen leren met Netflix

G.A. Dreschler


1 media contribution

Press/Media: Expert Comment