Anke Himmelreich

CV

  • 2019-2020:
    Researcher, Institute for Linguistics, Leipzig University;
    Associated postdoc in the Research Training Programme Interaction of grammatical building blocks
  • 10/2017-9/2019:
    Post-doctoral researcher in the Research Training Programme Interaction of grammatical building blocks, University of Leipzig
  • 10/2017:
    Dr. phil in Linguistics (summa cum laude), University of Leipzig
    Thesis: Case Matching Effects in Free Relatives and Parasitic Gaps: A Study on the Properties of Agree
  • 1/2015–7/2017:
    Research assistant at the Institute for Linguistics, University of Leipzig
  • 8/2011–9/2014:
    Research assistant in the project Local modeling of non-local dependencies in syntax (PIs: Fabian Heck & Gereon Müller), University of Leipzig
  • 9/2010:
    M.A. in Linguistics, University of Leipzig
    Thesis: Parasitic Gaps in Derivational Grammar
  • 10/2005–9/2010:
    M.A. studies in Linguistics and Computer Science, University of Leipzig

    Research interests

    • Syntax, morphology
    • Derivationality
    • Locality and timing of operations
    • Complexity
    • Algorithmic view of syntactic concepts
    • Empirical domains: case, agreement, movement and word order, syncretism, sharing-constructions, covert elements

    Publications

    • Heck, F. and Himmelreich, A. (2017): 'Opaque Intervention', Linguistic Inquiry.
    • Himmelreich, A. (2016): 'Variation in Case Matching Effects: Evidence for Two-Step Bidirectional Agree'. In: C. Hammerly and B. Prickett, eds., NELS 46: Proceedings of the Forty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society (Volume 1), pp. 81–94.
    • Assmann, A., D. Georgi, F. Heck, G. Müller and P. Weisser (2015): 'Ergatives Move Too Early: On an Instance of Opacity in Syntax', Syntax 18(4), 343–387.
    • Assmann, A., S. Edygarova, D. Georgi, T. Klein and P. Weisser (2014): 'Case stacking below the surface: On the possessor case alternation in Udmurt', The Linguistic Review (GLOW 2013 Theme Issue) 31(3-4), 447–485.
    • Assmann, Anke (2012): 'An interclausal agreement approach to switch-reference in Quechua', Linguistic Variation 12(2), 103–152.
    • Assmann, Anke (2012): Deriving Parasitic Gaps by Fission and Fusion. In: E. Boone, K. Linke and M. Schulpen, eds., Proceedings of ConSOLE XIX (2011, Groningen). pp. 49–75.
    • Assmann, Anke, Doreen Georgi and Philipp Weisser (2012): A Minimalist Analysis of Possessor Advancement. In: E. Boone, K. Linke and M. Schulpen, eds., Proceedings of ConSOLE XIX (2011, Groningen). pp. 77–103.
    • Assmann, A., F. Heck, J. Hein, S. Keine and G. Müller (2010): Does Chain Hybridization in Irish Support Movement-Based Approaches to Long-Distance Dependencies?. In: S. Müller, ed., Proceedings of the HPSG 10 Conference (2010, Paris). CSLI, Stanford, pp. 27–46.
    last modified: 04.03.2020