Nominal Modification

The Research Training Group on Nominal Modification at the Goethe University Frankfurt

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In Print

  • Alexeyenko, Sascha. In print. Quantification in event semantics: generalized quantifiers vs. sub-events. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung (SuB) 22. (pdf)
  • Dirani, Seyna Maria. In Print. Zum unterschiedlichen Artikelgebrauch im Südhessischen – Empirie trifft auf Theorie. In A. Speyer & J. Schüler. (eds.), Syntax aus Saarbrücker Sicht 3.Beiträge der SaRDiS-Tagung zur Dialektsyntax. (pdfacceptance letter)
  • Ebert, Cornelia. In Press. And the Oscar for the best supporting actor goes to… A Festschrift for Caroline Féry. (pdf)
  • Hobich, Melanie. In print. A diachronic perspective on was für. CLS 54: Proceedings of the fifty-fourth annual meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. Chicago, IL: The Chicago Linguistic Society.
  • Féry, Caroline. To Appear. Discontinuous nominal phrases and intonation in a typological perspective. In Ahoua Gibbons & Stavros Skopeteas (eds). Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. (pdf, acceptance letter)
  • Sanfelici, Emanuela, Corinna Trabandt & Petra Schulz. To Appear. The role of variation of verb placement in the input: Evidence from the acquisition of V2 and verb-final German relative clauses. In T. Biberauer, S. Wolfe & R. Woods (eds.), Rethinking Verb Second(Book Series Rethinking Comparative Syntax). Oxford University Press. (pdf, acceptance letter)
  • Bargmann, Sascha & Manfred Sailer. To Appear. The syntactic flexibility of semantically non-decomposable idioms. To appear. Manfred Sailer & Stella Markantonatou (eds.), Multiword Expressions: Insights from a Multi-lingual Perspective. Berlin: Language Science Press. (pdf)
  • Smith, Peter. W. To Appear. Object Agreement and Grammatical Functions. In K. Hartmann, J. Mursell & P. W. Smith (eds.), Agreement in the Minimalist Programme. Language Science Press. (pdf)
  • Webelhuth, Gert, Sascha Bargmann & Christopher Götze. To Appear. Idioms as evidence for the proper analysis of relative clauses. In Manfred Krifka & Mathias Schenner (eds.), Reconstruction effects in relative clauses. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. (pdf)

Under Review

  • Gatarić, Isidora, Sanja Srdanović & Anja Šarić. Under Review. The cognitive processing of process and result deverbal nominals in Serbian and English. In S. Halupka- Rešetar & S. Martínez-Ferreiro (eds.) Studies in Language and Mind 3. Novi Sad: Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad.

2019

  • Bergsma, Fenna. 2019. Mismatches in free relatives – Grafting nanosyntactic trees. Glossa: A Journal of General Linguistics 4(1), 119, 1-37. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5334/gjgl.821
  • Bergsma, Fenna. 2019. The role of prepositions in case mismatches in free relatives. In Creemers, A. & C. Richter (eds.), University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 25(1), 41-50. (pdf)
  • Dirani, Seyna Maria & Helmut Weiß. 2019. Strong or weak? Or: how information structure governs morpho-syntactic variation. In Dammel, A. & Schallert, O. (eds.), Morphological variation – theoretical and empirical perspectives (Linguistic aktuell/Linguistics today), 311-342. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Fuchs, Susanne, Egor Savin, Stefanie Solt, Manfred Krifka & Cornelia Ebert. 2019. Antonym adjective pairs and prosodic iconicity: Evidence from letter replications in an English blogger corpus, Linguistics Vanguard 5(1). doi:10.1515/lingvan-2018-0017
  • Gatarić, Isidora, Sanja Srdanović & Anja Šarić. Do morphological differences affect the cognitive processing of deverbal nominals in Serbian? Primenjena psihologija, 12(2), 139-156. (pdf)
  • Gößwein, Astrid. 2019. Influences on agreement in German hybrid nouns: Distance and syntactic domain. In Alem, Astrid van, Anastasiia Ionova & Cora Pots, (eds.), ConSOLE XXVI: Proceedings of the 26th Conference of the Student Organization of Linguistics in Europe(14-16 February 2018, UCL London). Leiden: Leiden University Centre for Linguistics. (pdf)
  • Weicker, Merle & Petra Schulz. 2019. Red train, big train, broken train – semantic aspects of adjectives in child language. In Rispoli, M. & T.Ionin (eds.), Three streams of generative language acquisition research: Selected papers from the 7th meeting of generative approaches to language acquisition – North America (GALANA-7), 203-221. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

2018

  • Bader, Markus. 2018. The limited role of number of nested syntactic dependencies in accounting for processing cost: Evidence from German simplex and complex verbal clusters. Frontiers in Psychology 1-21. (pdf)
  • Bader, Markus & Vasiliki Koukoulioti 2018. When object-subject order is preferred tosubject-object order: The case of German main and relative clauses. In Eric Fuß, Marek Konopka, Beata Trawinski, & Ulrich H. Waßner (eds.), Grammar and corpora,53-72. Heidelberg University Publishing. (pdf)
  • Duong Phu, Sarah. 2018. The effect of prosodic boundaries on Vietnamese continuous and discontinuous noun phrases. In M. Belz, C. Mooshammer, S. Fuchs, S. Jannedy, O. Rasskazova, & M. Żygis (eds.), Proceedings of the conference on phonetics and phonology in German-speaking countries. (pdf)
  • Ebert, Christian, Cornelia Ebert & Robin Hörnig. 2018. Vocabulary Learning Improves with Interactive Finger Gestures. In Rothkopf, Constantin, Dirk Balfanz, Ralf Galuske, Frank Jäkel, Kristian Kersting, Jakob Macke & Betty Mohler (eds.),Proceedings of Computational Approaches to Cognitive Science (KogWis) 14.
  • Ebert, Cornelia. 2018. A comparison of sign language with speech plus gesture, commentary to Philippe Schlenker’s target article “Visible Meaning: Sign Language and the Foundations of Semantics”, Theoretical Linguistics 44(3-4). 239-249. (pdf)
  • Garzonio, Jacopo & Cecilia Poletto. 2018. The distribution of quantifiers in Old and Modern Italian: Everything or nothing. In A. Maria Martins & A. Cardoso (eds.), Word Order Change, 221-239. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Gippert, Jost. 2018. When person overcomes class – the case of Caucasian Albanian. International Journal of Diachronic Linguistics and Linguistic Reconstruction 15, 25-43. (pdf)
  • Hinterwimmer, Stefan & Cornelia Ebert. 2018. A Comparison of fei and aber. In Uli Sauerland & Stephanie Solt (eds.), Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 22, 469-486. Berlin: Leibniz-ZAS, University of Potsdam. (pdf)
  • Issah, Alhassan Samuel. 2018. The form and function of Dagbani demonstratives. In Augustine Agwuele & Adams Bodomo (eds). The Handbook of African Linguistics. London: Routledge.
  • Kentner, Gerrit. 2018. Schwa optionality and the prosodic shape of words and phrases. In C. Ulbrich, A.Werth & R. Wiese (eds.). Empirical approaches to the phonological structure of words. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.doi:1515/9783110542899-006(pdf)
  • Lai, Y. Han. 2018. Grammatical weight and relative clause processing in German and Cantonese. In Patrick C.W. Lee, Kat S.Z. Leung, K.C. Li & Sharon, S.Y. Wong (eds.), e-Proceedings of Forth International Conference on Linguistics and Language Studies (ICLLS 2018), 77-83. Hong Kong: Chartered Institute of Linguists Hong Kong Society.
  • Moskal, Beata. 2018a. Excluding exclusively the exclusive: Suppletion patterns in clusivity. Glossa: A Journal of General Linguistics3(1). 1-30. (pdf)
  • Moskal, Beata. 2018b. Labial harmony in Turkic and Tungusic languages: An elemental approach. Phonology35(4). 689-725. (pdf)
  • Müller, Anna, Petra Schulz & Rosemarie Tracy. 2018. Spracherwerb. In C. Titz, S. Geyer, A. Ropeter, H. Wagner, S. Weber & M. Hasselhorn (eds.), Entwicklung von Konzepten zur Sprach- und Schriftsprachförderung, 53-68. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer. (pdf)
  • Poletto, Cecilia. 2018. L´etimologia come finestra sulla sintassi: evidenza empirica dai dialetti italiani. In Glessgen et al (eds.), Repenser la variation linguistique. 107-121. Strasbourg: Éditions de linguistique et de philologie. (pdf)
  • Poletto, Cecilia & Emanuela Sanfelici 2018. On relative complementizers and relative pronouns. In J. Garzonio & S. Rossi (eds.), Variation in C: Comparative approaches to the Complementizer Phrase(Linguistic Variation 18(2)), 265-298. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Sailer, Manfred. 2018. ‘Doing the devil’: Deriving the PPI-hood of a negation-expressing multi-dimensional idiom. Linguistics52(2). 401-433. (pdf)
  • Schulz, Petra. 2018a. Zur Semantik von Verben im Spracherwerb. In S. Engelberg, H. Lobin, K. Steyer & S. Wolfer (eds.), Wortschätze. Dynamik – Muster – Komplexität. Jahrbuch des Instituts für Deutsche Sprache 2017. 133-151. Berlin, New York: De Gruyter Mouton.  (pdf)
  • Sanfelici Emanuela &Cecilia 2018. Demonstratives as relative pronouns: new insight from Italian varieties. In C. Marco et al. (eds.), Atypical demonstratives. Syntax, Semantics, and Pragmatics (Linguistische Arbeiten 568), 95-126. Berlin:De Gruyter Mouton.
  • Schulz, Petra. 2018b. Telicity in typical and impaired acquisition. In K. Syrett & S. Arunachalam (eds.), Semantics in language acquisition (Trends in language acquisition research 24), 124-150. Amsterdam: Benjamins. (pdf)
  • Shen, Zheng. 2018a. On multi-valued Ns and Ts in number concord and agreement. In Jessica Kantarovich, Tran Truong & Orest Xherija (eds.), Proceedings of the Fifty-second Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society (CLS 52) 1, 469-483. Chicago, IL: The Chicago Linguistic Society. (pdf)
  • Shen, Zheng. 2018b. Fragment answers and movement – a superlative argument. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 36 (1). 309-321. (pdf)
  • Smith, Peter. W., Beata Moskal, Ting Xu, Jungmin Kang and Jonathan David Bobaljik. 2018. Case and number suppletion in pronouns.Natural Language and Linguistic Theory37(3).1029-1101. (pdf)
  • Traore, Yranahan. & Caroline Féry. 2018a. Nominal classes and phonological agreement in Fròʔò (Tagbana). In Ryan Bennett, Andrew Angeles, Adrian Brasoveanu, Dhyana Buckley, Nick Kalivoda, Shigeto Kawahara, Grant McGuire, Jaye Padgett (eds.), Hano-Bana: A Festschrift for Junko Ito and Armin Mester.University of California, Santa Cruz. 1-29. (pdf)
  • Triode, Yranahan. & Caroline Féry. 2018b. Syllable structure and loanword adaptation in Fròʔò. In Lotven, S. A. (ed.) African linguistics across the disciplines: Selected papers from the 48th Annual Conference on African Linguistics. Language Science Press.
  • Weicker, Merle & Petra Schulz. 2018. Is clean the same as not dirty? On the understanding of absolute gradable adjectives. In Anne Bertolini, B. & M. J. Kaplan (eds.), BUCLD 42: Proceedings of the 42nd annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, 790-802. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press. (pdf)
  • Weiß, Helmut. 2018. Das Eisbergprinzip – Oder wieviel Struktur braucht die Sprache? In Elisabeth Leiss & Sonja Zeman (eds.). Die Zukunft von Grammatik – die Grammatik der Zukunft. Festschrift für Werner Abraham anlässlich seines 80. Geburtstags, 429-447. Tübingen: Stauffenburg. (pdf)

2017

  • Aßmann, Elisabeth. 2017. Differential object marking and clitic doubling in Spanish and Catalan: the grammaticalization of topicalization devices. Revue roumaine de linguistique 377-392. (pdf)
  • Aßmann, Elisabeth & Esther Rinke. 2017. Relative clauses in a spoken corpus of European Portuguese: identifying the factors determining their variation. Linguística. Revista de estudos linguísticos da Universidade do Porto 9-40. (pdf)
  • Bader, Markus, Emilia Ellsiepen, Vasiliki Koukoulioti & Yvonne Portele. Filling the prefield: Findings and challenges. In Constantin Freitag, Oliver Bott & Fabian Schlotterbeck (eds.), Two perspectives on V2: The invited talks of the DGfS 2016 workshop “V2 in grammar and processing: Its causes and its consequences”, 27-49. (pdf)
  • Claudia Poschmann, Sascha Bargmann, Christopher Götze, Anke Holler, Manfred Sailer, Gert Webelhuth & T. Ede Zimmermann. Split-antecedent relative clauses and the symmetry of predicates. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung2017. Berlin: ZAS. (pdf)
  • Cruschina, Silvio, Katharina Hartmann and Eva-Maria Remberger (eds.) (2017). Negation: Syntax, Semantics & Variation. Vienna University Press. (cover)
  • Duong Phu, Sarah. 2017. Syntactic and Semantic Aspects of Discontinuous Noun Phrases in Vietnamese. In V. Hohaus & W. Rothe (eds.), Proceedings of Triple A3: Fieldwork Perspectives on the Semantics of African, Asian and Astronesian Languages, 100-110. Tübingen: University of Tübingen Publication System. (pdf)
  • Féry, Caroline. 2017. Intonation and prosodic structure. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (cover)
  • Flores, Cristina, Esther Rinke & Cecilia Azevedo. Object realization across generations. A closer look on the spontaneous speech of Portuguese first and second generation migrants. In Elisa Di Domenico (ed.), Syntax complexity from a language acquisition perspective. 179-206. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (pdf)
  • Fuchs, Susanne, Egor Savin, Uwe D. Reichel, Cornelia Ebert & Manfred Krifka. 2017.Letter replication as prosodic amplification in social media. In Belz, Malte, Christine Mooshammer, Susanne Fuchs, Stefanie Jannedy, Oksana Rasskazova & Marzena Żygis (eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Phonetics and Phonology in German-speaking areas (P&P)13, 65-68. Berlin: Humboldt University Berlin Publications. (pdf)
  • Garzonio, Jacopo & Cecilia Poletto. 2017. How bare are bare quantifiers? Some notes from diachronic and synchronic variation in Italian. In David Håkansson, Ida Larsson & Erik Magnusson Petzell (eds.), Syntactic Variation and Change. Special issue of Linguistic Variation17(1). 44-67. (pdf)
  • Hartmann, Katharina. 2017. PP-extraposition and nominal Pitch in German. In Clemens Mayr & Edwin Williams (eds.), Festschrift für Martin Prinzhorn, 99-107. Universität Wien: Wiener Linguistische Gazette. (pdf)
  • Kentner, Gerrit. 2017a. On the emergence of reduplication in German morphophonology. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft36(2). 233-277. (pdf)
  • Kentner, Gerrit. 2017b. Phonologische Identität und ihre Vermeidung: Einsichten aus Grammatik und Sprachverarbeitung. Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Unpublished Habilitation Dissertation.
  • Kentner, Gerrit. 2017c. Rhythmic parsing. The Linguistic Review34(1). 123-155. (pdf)
  • Poletto, Cecilia. & Emanuela Sanfelici. 2017. Relative clauses. In E. Stark & A. Dufter (eds.), Manual of Romance Morphosyntax and Syntax, 804-836.Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.
  • Rinke, Esther, Cristina Flores & Pilar Barbosa. (2017). Null objects in the spontaneous speech of monolingual and bilingual speakers of European Portuguese. Probus, International Journal of Latin and Romance Linguistics 30(1). doi:10.1515/probus-2017-0004(pdf)
  • Rinke, Esther & Elisabeth Aßmann. 2017. The syntax of relative clauses in European Portuguese. Extending the Determiner Hypothesis of Relativizers to relative que. Journal of Portuguese Linguistics16(1). doi:10.5334/jpl.172 (pdf)
  • Sanfelici, Emanuela, Petra Schulz & Corinna Trabandt. On German V2 relative clauses: Linguistic theory meets acquisition. In Elisa Di Domenico (ed.), Syntactic Complexity from a Language Acquisition Perspective, 63-104. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholar Publishing. (pdf)
  • Schulz, Petra, Angela Grimm, Rabea Schwarze & Magdalena Wojtecka. 2017. Spracherwerb bei Kindern mit Deutsch als Zweitsprache: Chancen und Herausforderungen. In U. Hartmann, M. Hasselhorn & A. Gold (eds.), Entwicklungsverläufe verstehen – Kinder mit Bildungsrisiken wirksam fördern. Forschungsergebnisse des Frankfurter IDeA-Zentrums, 190-206. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer. (pdf)
  • Shen, Zheng. 2017. Multi-value asymmetry in number agreement and concord. Proceedings of the 40th Annual Penn Linguistics Conference (PLC 40)23(1).(pdf)
  • Smith, Peter. W. 2017. The syntax of semantic agreement in English. Journal of Linguistics53(4). 823-863. (pdf)
  • Strobel, Thomas & Helmut Weiß. 2017. Möglichkeiten der Reduplikation des Indefinitartikels im Bairischen. In Alexandra N. Lenz, Ludwig M. Breuer, Peter Ernst, Manfred Glauninger, Tim Kallenborn & Franz Patocka (eds.), Dynamik, Struktur und Funktion bayerisch-österreichischer Varietäten(Zeitschrift für Dialektologie und Linguistik. Beihefte), 71-88. Stuttgart: Steiner. (pdf)
  • Trabandt, Corinna. 2017. On the acquisition of restrictive and appositive relative clauses. Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main doctoral dissertation. (pdf)
  • Webelhuth, Gert, Sascha Bargmann & Christopher Götze. (2017). More empirical evidence against the raising analysis of relative clauses. In Claire Halpert, Hadas Kotek & Coppe van Urk (eds.), A Pesky Set: Papers for David Pesetsky, 11-14. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.(pdf)
  • Weiß, Helmut. 2017. Warum gibt es (im Bairischen) keine kochenden Hausfrauen, sondern nur kochendes Wasser? Über seltsame sprachliche Lücken und Beschränkungen. In Sonja Zeman, Martina Werner, Benjamin Meisnitzer (eds.), Im Spiegel der Grammatik. Beiträge zur Theorie sprachlicher Kategorisierung. FS für Elisabeth Leiss anläßlich ihres 60. Geburtstags, 53-67. Tübingen: Stauffenburg (SdG 95). (pdf)
  • Zimmermann, Thomas. E. 2017. Quantification over alternative intensions. Semantics and Pragmatics10 (8). doi: 3765/sp.10.8(pdf)

2016

  • Bader, Markus. 2016. Complex center embedding in German – The effect of sentence position. In Yannick Versley & Sam Featherston (eds.), Quantitative approaches to grammar and grammatical change: Perspectives from German, 9-32. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. (pdf)
  • Duong Phu, Sarah. 2016. Properties of Discontinuous Noun Phrases in Vietnamese. In Võ Văn Sen et al. (eds.), Teaching, Researching Vietnamese Studies and Vietnamese Language: Theoretical and Applied Issues(Giảng Dạy, Nghiên Cứu Việt Nam Học và Tiếng Việt Những Vấn Đề Lí Thuyết và Thực Tiễn.), 585-598. Binh Chau, Ba Ria – Vung Tau: NXB Đại học quốc Gia TP Hồ Chi Minh. (pdf)
  • Feldhausen, Ingo. 2016a. The relation between prosody and syntax: The case of different types of left-dislocations in Spanish. In Armstrong, Meghan, Nicholas Henriksen & Maria del Mar Vanrell (eds.), Intonational Grammar in Ibero-Romance: Approaches across linguistic subfields(Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics 6), 153-180. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. doi:1075/ihll.6.08fel(pdf)
  • Feldhausen, Ingo. 2016b. Inter-speaker variation, optimality theory and the prosody of clitic left-dislocations in Spanish. Probus – International Journal of Latin and Romance Linguistics28(2). 293-334. doi: 1515/probus-2015-0005(pdf)
  • Féry, Caroline, Pramod Pandey & Gerrit Kentner. 2016. The prosody of focus and givenness in Hindi and Indian English. Studies in Language40(2). 302-339. (pdf)
  • Franco, Irene, Olga Kellert, Guido Mensching & Cecilia Poletto (2016). A diachronic study of the (negative) additive «anche» in Italian. Caplletra 227-258. doi:10.7203/Caplletra.61.8456(pdf)
  • Franz, Isabelle, Gerrit Kentner, & Frank Domahs. The impact of animacy and rhythm on the linear order of conjuncts in child language. In Christoph Draxler & Felicitas Kleber, (eds.), Tagungsband der 12. Tagung Phonetik und Phonologie im deutschsprachigen Raum, 48-51. (pdf)
  • García Sánchez, Izarbe & Ingo Feldhausen 2016. Sprachdidaktische Materialien zur Förderung der Herkunftssprache: Bilingual deutsch-spanische Kinder in Deutschland. In Anja Müller, Angela Grimm & Barbara Geist (eds.), (Vor-)Schulkinder mit Deutsch als Zweitsprache im Fokus von Spracherwerbsforschung und Sprachdidaktik. Themenschwerpunkt der Zeitschrift: Diskurs Kindheits- und Jugendforschung (Discourse Journal of Childhood and Adolescence Research), Heft 1-2016, 11(1). 119-129. doi.org: 3224/diskurs.v11i1.22253(pdf)
  • Gippert, Jost. 2016a. Complex morphology and its impact on lexicology: the Kartvelian case.Lexicography and Linguistic Diversity. Proceedings of the XVII EURALEX International Congress, 6 – 10 September 2016, 16-36. (pdf)
  • Gippert, Jost. 2016b. Zum werden-Passiv im Gotischen. In S. Neri, R. Schuhmann, S. Zeilfelder & S. Hisatsugi (eds.), »dat ih dir it nu bi huldi gibu«. Linguistische, germanistische und indogermanistische Studien Rosemarie Lühr gewidmet, 135-145. Wiesbaden: Reichert.
  • Grimm, Angela & Petra Schulz. 2016. Warum man bei mehrsprachigen Kindern dreimal nach dem Alter fragen sollte: Sprachfähigkeiten simultan-bilingualer Lerner im Vergleich mit monolingualen und frühen Zweitsprachlernern. Diskurs Kindheits- und Jugendforschung11(1). 27-42. (pdf)
  • Höhle, Barbara, Tom Fritzsche & Anna Müller. Children’s comprehension of sentences with focus particles and the role of cognitive control: An eye tracking study with German-learning 4-year-olds. PLoS ONE, 11(3). doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0149870(pdf)
  • Kamarauli, Mariam. 2016. Determiners and modifiers in Old and Modern Georgian II. Getegra II – Nominals,Recife, Brasil. (pdf)
  • Kentner, Gerrit & Steinhauer, Karsten. 2016a. Prosody in written language – acquisition, processing, emergence of norms. Research Topic in Frontiers in Language Sciences. (pdf)
  • Kentner, Gerrit & Vasishth, S. 2016b. Prosodic focus marking in silent reading: effects of discourse context and rhythm. Frontiers in Language Sciences doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00319(pdf)
  • Lahm, David. 2016a. “Different” as a restriction on Skolem functions. Semantics and Linguistics Theory (SALT) 546-565. (pdf)
  • Lahm, David. 2016b. Refining the semantics of lexical rules in HPSG. In D. Arnold, M. Butt, B. Crysmann, T.H. King & S. Müller (eds.), Proceedings of the Joint 2016 Conference on Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar and Lexical Functional Grammar, 360-379. CSLI Publications. (pdf)
  • Moskal, Beata. 2016. The Curious Case of Archi’s ‘father’. In M. Faytak, K. Neely, M. Goss, E. Donnelly, N. Baier, J. Heath & J. Merrill, The Proceedings of the 39th meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society (BLS 39). 195-211. (pdf)
  • Moskal, Beata & Peter W. Smith. 2016. Towards a theory without adjacency: hyper- contextual VI-rules. Morphology26(3-4). 295-312. (pdf)
  • Mursell, Johannes. 2016. Syntactic association with focus an agreement-based approach. In K. Bellamy, E. Karkovskaya & G. Saad. (eds.), Proceedings of ConSOLE XXIV, 324-351. Leiden: Leiden University Center of Linguistics. (pdf)
  • Poletto, Cecilia. 2016. Which clues for which V2. In Ermenegildo Bidese, Federica Cognola & Manuela Caterina Moroni (eds.), Theoretical Approaches to Linguistic Variation(Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today 23). 237-258. (pdf)
  • Portele, Yvonne & Markus Bader. 2016. Accessibility and referential choice: Personal pronouns and d-pronouns in written German. Revue de linguistique, psycholinguistique et informatique18. 1-41. http://discours.revues.org/9188.(pdf)
  • Rinke, Esther. 2016. The role of the interfaces in syntactic change. In S. Fischer & C. Gabriel (eds.), Manual of Grammatical Interfaces in Romance, Manuals of Romance Linguistics 587-606. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton (pdf)
  • Sailer, Manfred. 2016. The syntax-semantics interface. In Maria Aloni & Paul Dekker (eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Formal Semantics, 629-622. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Sailer, Manfred & Assif Am-David. 2016. Definite meaning and definite marking. In Arnold, Doug, Miriam Butt, Berthold Crysmann, Tracy Holloway King & Stefan Müller (eds.),Proceedings of the Joint Conference on Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar and Lexical Functional Grammar, 641-661. Stanford: CSLI Publications. (pdf)
  • Šarić, Anja. 2016. The effect of music on task performance of monolinguals and bilinguals. Language in Focus International Journal of Studies in Applied Linguistics and ELT. 337-354. (pdf)
  • Smith, Peter W. 2016a. On the cross-linguistic rarity of endoclitics. In Matthew Faytak, Kelsey Neely, Matthew Goss, Erin Donnelly, Nicholas Baier, Jevon Heath & John Merrill (eds.), Proceedings of Berkeley Linguistics Society(BLS) 39. 227-244. (pdf)
  • Smith, Peter. W. 2016b. Count-mass nouns, inherent number and the unmasking of an imposter. Proceedings of CLS (pdf)
  • Smith, Peter. W. 2016c. Lexical plurals in Telugu: Mass nouns in disguise. Lingvisticæ Investigationes 39(2). 234-252. (pdf)
  • Smith, Peter. W., Beata Moskal, Jungmin Kang, Ting Xu & Jonathan David Bobaljik. (2016). Pronominal suppletion: Number and case. In T. Bui & D. Özyıldız (eds.), The Proceedings of the North East Linguistic Society (NELS)45, vol. 3., 69-78. (pdf)
  • Trutkowski, Ewa & Helmut Weiß. 2016. When personal pronouns compete with relative pronouns. In Patrick Grosz & Pritty Patel-Grosz (eds.), The impact of pronominal form on interpretation (Studies in Generative Grammar 125), 135-166. Boston/Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. (pdf)
  • Weiß, Helmut. 2016. So welih wíb so wari. Zur Genese freier w-Relativsätze im Deutschen. In Sergio Neri, Roland Schuhmann & Susanne Zeilfelder (eds.), “Dat ih dir it nu bi huldi gibu”. Linguistische, germanistische und indogermanistische Studien Rosemarie Lühr gewidmet, 505-516. Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag. (pdf)

2015

  • Alexeyenko, Sascha. 2015. Non-intersectivity in manner adjectives. In T. Gamerschlag et al. (eds.), Meaning, frames, and conceptual representation, 153-177. Düsseldorf: dup. (pdf)
  • Bader, Markus. (2015). How prosody constrains first-pass parsing during reading. In Lyn Frazier & Edward Gibson (eds.), Explicit and implicit prosody in sentence processing: Studies in honor of Janet Dean Fodor, 193-216. Berlin: Springer. (pdf)
  • Feldhausen, Ingo & Maria del Mar Vanrell Bosch. 2015. Oraciones hendidas y marcación del foco estrecho en español: una aproximación desde la Teoría de la Optimidad Estocástica. In Elena Diez del Corral & Miguel Gutiérrez (eds.), ‘Oraciones hendidas en el mundo hispánico: problemas estructurales y variaciones’, thematic issue of: Revista Internacional de Lingüística Iberoamericana13(2). 39-60 (pdf)
  • Féry, Caroline. 2015. Extraposition and prosodic monsters in German. In L. Frazier & E. Gibson (eds.), Explicit and implicit prosody in sentence processing, 11-38. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company. (pdf)
  • Gutzmann, Daniel & Katharina Turgay. 2015. Expressive intensifiers and external degree modification. The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics17(3). 185-228.
  • Häussler, Jana & Markus Bader. 2015. An interference account of the missing-VP effect. Frontiers in Psychology 1-16. (pdf)
  • Hirschberg Tim, Carolin Reinert, Anna Roth & Caroline Féry. 2015. Relative clauses in Colloquial and Literary German: A Contrastive Corpus-Based Study. Linguistische Berichte 405-445. (pdf)
  • Kamarauli, Mariam. 2015. Determiners and modifiers in Old and Modern Georgian I. Proceedings of Georgian Language and Modern Technologies Conference2015, Tbilissi, Georgia. (pdf)
  • Kentner, Gerrit. 2015a. Problems of prosodic parallelism. A reply to Wiese & Speyer 2015. Linguistics53(3). 1233-1241. (pdf)
  • Kentner, Gerrit. 2015b. Rhythmic segmentation in auditory illusions – evidence from cross-linguistic mondegreens. Proceedings of 18th ICPhS, (pdf)
  • Kentner, Gerrit. 2015c. Stress clash hampers processing of noncanonical structures in reading. In R. Vogel & R. van de Vijver (eds.), Rhythm in Cognition and Grammar. A Germanic Perspective. 111-135. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. (pdf)
  • Moskal, Beata. 2015a. Limits on allomorphy: A case study in nominal suppletion. Linguistic Inquiry46(2). 363-376. (pdf)
  • Moskal, Beata. 2015b. Domains on the border: between morphology and phonology. Storrs, CT: University of Connecticut PhD dissertation. (pdf)
  • Müller, Anna, Barbara Höhle & Petra Schulz. The interaction of focus particles and information structure in acquisition. In C. Hamann & E. Ruigendijk (eds.), GALA Proceedings2013, 330-342. Cambridge. MA: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (pdf)
  • Poletto, Cecilia. 2015. Word order in the Old Italian DP. In U. Shlonsky (ed.), The cartography of syntactic structures, 109-127. Oxford University Press: Oxford. (pdf)
  • Poletto, Cecilia & Emanuela Sanfelici 2015. On demonstratives in relative clauses. In di G. Busà & Sara Gesuato (eds.), Lingue e contesti. Studi in onore di Alberto Mioni, 561- Padova: CLEUP.
  • Sailer, Manfred. 2015. Inverse linking and telescoping as polyadic quantification. In Eva Csipak & Hedde Zeijlstra (eds.), Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung19, 535-552. (pdf)
  • Šarić, Anja. 2015a. Intervention, defectiveness and failure: agreement with numeral phrases in Serbo-Croatian. Proceedings of SICOGG. (pdf)
  • Šarić, Anja. 2015b. Preposition stranding under sluicing in Serbo-Croatian. Journal for languages and literatures of the faculty of philosophy in Novi Sad5(5), 33-43. (pdf)
  • Schubö, Fabian, Anna Roth, Vivana Haase & Caroline Féry. 2015. Experimental investigations on the prosodic realization of restrictive and appositive relative clauses in German. Lingua 65-86. (pdf)
  • Smith, Peter. W. 2015. Feature mismatches: Consequences for syntax, morphology and semantics. Storrs, CT: University of Connecticut PhD dissertation. (pdf)
  • Trabandt, Corinna, Alexander Thiel, Emanuela Sanfelici & Petra Schulz. On the Acquisition of Ordinal Numbers in German. In Cornelia Hamann & Esther Ruigendijk (eds.), Language Acquisition and Development, Proceedings of GALA2013. 521-532. (pdf)

2014

  • Hirschberg, Tim, Carolin Reinert, Anna Roth & Caroline Féry. 2014. Relative clauses in Colloquial and Literary German: A contrastive corpus-based study. Linguistische Berichte(LB) 240, 405-445. (pdf)

2013

  • Kamarauli, Mariam. 2013. OLAT goes Georgian (E-learning learning learning-platform of Georgian at the Frankfurt University). Proceedings of Georgian Language and Modern Technologies Conference 2013, Tbilissi, Georgia. (pdf)

2012

  • Reinert, Carolin. 2012. Linguistische Aspekte der (Schwer-)Verständlichkeit von Vertragstexten. Linguistische Berichte (LB) 231, 317-346. (pdf)