Katja Barnickel

CV

  • 01/2018:
    PhD (Dr. phil.), University of Leipzig, Faculty of Philology
    Thesis: Deriving Asymmetric Coordination in German: A non-monotonic approach
  • 2014-2017:
    Doctoral student in the Research Training Programme Interaction of grammatical building blocks
  • 2011-2014:
    MA in Linguistics, University of Leipzig
    MA-thesis: Opazität in AcI-Konstruktionen (Opacity in AcI constructions)
  • 2008-2011:
    BA in Linguistics and Vocational Education/Technical Education, University of Stuttgart
    BA-thesis: Syntax im Kopf - Vom Erstellen einer neuropsychologischen Studie zur Verarbeitung lokaler syntaktischer Strukturen im menschlichen Gehirn

    Research interests

    • Syntax
    • Morphology

    Publications

    • Barnickel, K. & M. Guzmán Naranjo. 2017. Resolving unexpected case concord in German A-N-N compounds. The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics 20(2). 83–138. [DOI]
    • Barnickel, K. & J. Hein. 2016. Replication of R-pronouns in German dialects. In K. Barnickel et al. (eds.), Replicative Processes in Grammar (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 93), 189–214. Universität Leipzig. [PDF]
    • Barnickel, K., M. Guzmán Naranjo, J. Hein, S. Korsah, A. Murphy, L. Paschen, Z. Puškar & J. Zaleska (eds.). 2016. Replicative Processes in Grammar (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 93). Universität Leipzig.
    • Barnickel, K. 2014. On opaque agreement relations in German A-N-N compounds. In D. Georgi, T. Klein, P. Weisser & E. Zimmermann (eds.), Topics at InfL (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 92), 305–328. Universität Leipzig. [PDF]
    • Barnickel, K. 2014. Syntactically marked Switch-Reference - Evidence from German. In: M. Kohlberger, K. Bellamy, E. Dutton (eds.), Proceedings of the 22nd Student Organization of Linguistics in Europe (ConSOLE XXII, 8-10 January 2014, Lisbon), 1-18. Leiden: Leiden University Centre for Linguistics. [PDF]
    • Barnickel, K. & A. Opitz. 2012. Schaltreferenz im Deutschen. In: Philipp Weisser (ed.), Perspectives on switch-reference: local modeling and empirical distribution (Linguistische Arbeits Berichte 89), 83-105. Leipzig: Universität Leipzig. [PDF]
    last modified: 19.02.2018