Assoziierte Doktoranden und Postdocs

Aufsätze

  • Murugesan, G. & L. Raynaud. 2017. Anaphor agreement effect and agreement switch in Kutchi Gujarati. To appear in Proceedings of the 7th Formal Approach to South Asian Languages.
  • Richter, M. 2017. Rezension von W. Frey, A. Meinunger & K. Schwabe (eds.). 2016. Inner-sentential propositional proforms: Syntactic properties and interpretive effects. To appear in Linguistische Berichte.
  • Richter, M. & A. Opitz. 2017. Relativsätze im Wettbewerb. Konflikte in der Position von extraponierten Relativsätzen und Argumentsätzen. To appear in Linguistische Berichte.
  • Topintzi, N. & E. Zimmermann. 2014. As alive as ever: The geminate debate under containment. In A. Assmann et al. (eds.), Topics at Infl (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 92), 65–90. Universität Leipzig. [PDF]
  • Trommer, J. & E. Zimmermann. 2014. Generalised mora affixation and quantity-manipulating morphology. Phonology 31. 463–510. [DOI]
  • Trommer, J. & E. Zimmermann. 2015. Inflectional exponence. In M. Baerman (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Inflection, 47–86. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Weisser, P. 2017. Why there is no such thing as closest conjunct case. In A. Lamont & K. Tetzloff (eds.), Proceedings of the Forty-Seventh Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, Vol. 3, 219-232. Amherst: GLSA.
  • Zimmermann, E. 2015. Allomorphy between tone and segments. In T. Bui & D. Özyıldız (eds.), Proceedings of the Forty-Fifth Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, 271–281. Amherst: GLSA.
  • Zimmermann, E. 2015. Hierarchy-governed affix order in Eastern Kiranti. In S. Manova (ed.), Affix ordering across languages and frameworks, 124–153. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Zimmermann, E. 2015. Templates as affixation of segment-sized units: The case of Southern Sierra Miwok. In E. R. & Charles E. Cairns (eds.), The Segment in Phonetics and Phonology, 314–336. Malden: Wiley Blackwell.
  • Zimmermann, E. 2016. Copy affixes in Kiranti. In K. Barnickel et al. (eds.), Replicative Processes in Grammar (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 93), 1–34. Universität Leipzig. [PDF]
  • Zimmermann, E. 2016. The power of a single representation: Morphological tone and allomorphy. Morphology 26 (Special issue on allomorphy). 269–294. [DOI]
  • Zimmermann, E. 2016. Morphological H-tones in Macuiltianguis Zapotec. To appear in Proceedings of CLS 52.
  • Zimmermann, E. 2017. Multiple reduplication as non-segmental affixation: A case study from Nuuchahnulth. In A. Lamont & K. Tetzloff (eds.), Proceedings of the Forty-Seventh Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, Vol. 3, 285-294. Amherst: GLSA.

Manuskripte

  • Guseva, E. & P. Weisser. 2017. Postsyntactic reordering in the Mari nominal domain. Evidence from suspended affixation.
  • Kalin, L. & P. Weisser. 2017. Asymmetric differential object marking in coordination.
  • Topintzi, N. & E. Zimmermann. 2017. Containment as the key to the ‘heavy-vs-long’ geminate debate. Ms., Universität Thessaloniki/Universität Leipzig.
  • Trommer, J. & E. Zimmermann. 2017. Anticyclic mutation.
  • Weisser, P. 2017. Irish subject case alternations as allomorphy.
  • Weisser, P. 2017. On the symmetry of case in conjunction.
  • Worbs, S. & E. Zimmermann. 2017. Exceptionality in Assamese vowel harmony, a phonological account.
  • Zimmermann, E. 2017. An argument for sub-tonal features: Floating tones in two Otomanguean languages.

Monographien

  • Zimmermann, E. 2017. Morphological length and prosodically defective morphemes. Oxford Oxford University Press.

 

Unveröffentlicht

  • Englisch, J. 2015. An underspecification-free approach to syncretism. Master's thesis. Universität Leipzig.
  • Schwarzer, M.-L. 2017. Tough: easy. A structure removal approach to tough-constructions. Master's thesisis. Universität Leipzig.
letzte Änderung: 15.12.2017