Doktoranden

Aufsätze

  • Amato, I. & L. Alessandro. 2017. Story of a construction: Statistical and distributional analysis of the development of the Italian gerundival construction. In G. Marotta & F. S. Livers (eds.), Strutture linguistiche e dati empirici in diacornia e sincronia, 135–158. Pisa University Press.
  • 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. & 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. 2017. Resolving unexpected case concord in German A-N-N compounds. The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics 20(2). 83–138. [DOI]
  • 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.
  • Becker, L. & J. Nformi. 2016. Focus and verb doubling in Limbum. In K. Barnickel et al. (eds.), Replicative Processes in Grammar (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 93), 57–84. Universität Leipzig. [PDF]
  • Becker, L., I. Driemel & J. Nformi. 2017. Focus in Limbum. To appear in Proceedings of the
    48th Annual Conference on African Linguistics
    . [PDF draft]
  • Driemel, I. 2016. Factivity in German exclamatives. In N. Bade and P. Berezovskaya & A. Schöller (eds.), Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 20, 198–216. Universität Tübingen.
  • Driemel, I. 2016. The syntax of conjunct extraposition. In K. Bellamy, E. Karkovskaya & G. Saad (eds.), Proceedings of the 24th Conference of the Student Organization of Linguistics in Europe, 63–87. Leiden: University Center of Linguistics. [PDF]
  • Driemel, I. 2017. Variable verb positions in German exclamatives. To appear in Linguistische Berichte.
  • Driemel, I. & J. Nformi. 2017. Focus strategies in Limbum. To appear in Proceedings of TripleA 4. [PDF draft]
  • Gjersøe, S. 2016. Cyclic optimization of floating L tones in Kikuyu. In C. Hammerly & B. Prickett (eds.), Proceedings of the Forty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, 301–310. Amherst: GLSA.
  • Gjersøe, S. 2016. Phonological phrases in Kikuyu. In K. Bellamy, E. Karvovskaya, M. Kohlberger & G. Saad (eds.), Proceedings of the 23rd Conference of the Student Organization of Linguistics in Europe, 449–471. Leiden: University Center for Linguistics. [PDF]
  • Gjersøe, S. 2016. Sharing properties of pseudo-coordination in Norwegian. In K. Barnickel et al. (eds.), Replicative Processes in Grammar (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 93), 351–378. Universität Leipzig. [PDF]
  • Gjersøe, S., J. Nformi & L. Paschen. 2016. The interaction of lexical tone and phrase-level intonation in Limbum. In J. Barnes, A. Brugos, S. Shattuck-Hufnagel & N. Veilleux (eds.), Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2016. 109–113. [PDF]
  • Gjersøe, S., J. Nformi & L. Paschen. 2017. Hybrid falling tones in Limbum. To appear in Proceedings of ACAL 47. [PDF draft]
  • Guzmán Naranjo, M. 2015. Quantitative evidence, collostructional analysis and lexical approaches to argument structure. In Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories (TLT14). 83–92. [PDF volume]
  • Guzmán Naranjo, M. 2015. Unifying everything: Integrating quantitative effects into formal models of grammar. In Proceedings of the 6th Conference on Quantitative Investigations in Theoretical Linguistics. Tübingen. [PDF]
  • Guzmán Naranjo, M. 2017. The se-ra alternation in Spanish subjunctive. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 13(1). 97–134. [DOI]
  • Guzmán Naranjo, M. & J. Zaleska. 2015. Probing the naturalness bias in learning stress: A cross-linguistic study. In K. Bellamy, E. Karvovskaya, M. Kohlberger & G. Saad (eds.), Proceedings of the 23rd Conference of the Student Organization of Linguistics in Europe, 10–31. Leiden: University Centre for Linguistics. [PDF]
  • Guzmán Naranjo, M. & L. Paschen. 2016. Closing by repetition: A formal account of replicative mechanisms in closing sequences. In K. Barnickel et al. (eds.), Replicative Processes in Grammar (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 93), 377–400. Universität Leipzig. [PDF]
  • Hein, J. 2016. English participle allomorphy as inflection classes. In K. Bellamy, E. Karvovskaya, M. Kohlberger & G. Saad (eds.), Proceedings of the 23rd Conference of the Student Organization of Linguistics in Europe, 509–529. Leiden: University Centre for Linguistics. [PDF]
  • Hein, J. 2016. Verb doubling and the order of operations at PF: Insights from Asante Twi. In K. Barnickel et al. (eds.), Replicative Processes in Grammar (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 93), 85–126. Universität Leipzig. [PDF]
  • Hein, J. 2017. Doubling and do-support in verbal fronting: Towards a typology of repair operations. Glossa 2(1). 67.1–36. [DOI]
  • Hein, J. & A. Murphy. 2016. Case matching and syncretism in ATB-dependencies. In K. Barnickel et al. (eds.), Replicative Processes in Grammar (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 93), 301–350. Universität Leipzig. [PDF]
  • Hein, J., A. Murphy & J. Zaleska. 2014. Rule flipping and the feeding-bleeding relationship. In A. Assmann et al. (eds.), Topics at InfL (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 92), 1–31. Universität Leipzig. [PDF]
  • Hein, J., A. Murphy, L. Paschen & J. Zaleska. 2016. What are replicative processes. In K. Barnickel et al. (eds.), Replicative Processes in Grammar (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 93), v–xxvi. Universität Leipzig.
  • Hein, J. & K. Barnickel. 2017. Replication of R-pronouns in German dialects. To appear in Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft.
  • Korsah, S. 2014. On inherent complement verbs in Kwa. In A. Assmann et al. (eds.), Topics at InFL (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 92), 397–422. Universität Leipzig. [PDF]
  • Korsah, S. 2016. Beyond resumptives and expletives in Akan. In D. L. Payne, S. Pacchiarotti & M. Bosire (eds.), Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics, 103–116. Berlin: Language Science Press. [PDF]
  • Korsah, S. 2016. From polarity to reduplication in Gã. In: K. Barnickel et al. (eds.), Replicative processes in grammar (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 93), 35–55. Universität Leipzig. [PDF]
  • Korsah, S. 2016. On deriving inherent complement verb constructions. In K. Bellamy, E. Karvovskaya, M. Kohlberger & G. Saad (eds.), Proceedings of the 23rd Conference of the Student Organization of Linguistics in Europe, 52–69. Leiden: University Centre for Linguistics. [PDF]
  • Korsah, S. & A. Murphy. 2016. What can tone tell us about successive-cyclic movement? Evidence from Asante Twi. In C. Hammerly & B. Prickett (eds), Proceedings of the Forty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, 227–240. Amherst: GLSA. [PDF]
  • Korsah, S. & A. Murphy. 2017. Reduplicated indefinites in Gã: Concord or polarity?. In V. Hohaus & W. Rothe (eds.), Proceedings of TripleA 3, 16–31. Universität Tübingen. [PDF]
  • Kushnir, Y. 2016. The (not so) inverse marking in Plains Cree. In K. Bellamy, E. Karvovskaya & G. Saad (eds.), Proceedings of the 24th Conference of the Student Organization of Linguistics in Europe, 171–191. Leiden: University Centre for Linguistics. [PDF]
  • Lee, H. 2017. Phasal spell out and prosodic domain. In R. Kim (ed.), Proceedings of the 19th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar, 413-416. Seoul: The Korean Generative Grammar Circle. [PDF]
  • Lee, H. & M. Barrie. 2017. Complementizer allomorphy in Busan Korean. In M. Y. Erlewine (ed.), Proceedings of GLOW in Asia XI, Vol. 2, 15-27. (MIT Working Papers in Linguistics, Vol 85). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. [PDF]
  • Murphy, A. 2014. Breaking chains: A parenthetical analysis of the German w. . . w-copy construction. In J. Steixner (ed.), Wiener Linguistische Gazette (Special Issue 78A), 198–217. Institut für Sprachwissenschaft, Universität Wien. [PDF]
  • Murphy, A. 2014. Stacked passives in Turkish. In A. Assmann et al. (eds.), Topics at InfL (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 92), 263–304. Universität Leipzig. [PDF]
  • Murphy, A. 2016. Double passivization in Turkish: A structure removal approach. In K. Bellamy, L. Karvovskaya, M. Kohlberger & G. Saad (eds.), Proceedings of the 23rd Conference of the Student Organization of Linguistics in Europe, 316–339. Leiden: University Centre for Linguistics. [PDF]
  • Murphy, A. 2016. Subset relations in ellipsis licensing. Glossa 1(1). 44. 1–34. [DOI]
  • Murphy, A. 2016. What copying (doesn’t) tell us about movement: Remarks on the derivation of wh-copying in German. In K. Barnickel et al. (eds.), Replicative Processes in Grammar (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 93), 149–188. Universität Leipzig. [PDF]
  • Murphy, A. 2017. Toward a unified theory of wh-in-situ and islands. Journal of East Asian Linguistics 26(2). 189–231. [DOI]
  • Murphy, A. 2017. A new generalization about left-branch extraction in Slavic. To appear in P. Kosta & T. Radeva-Bork (eds.), Current developments in Slavic Linguistics. Twenty years after. Peter Lang.
  • Murphy, A. 2017. Pronominal inflection and NP ellipsis in German. To appear in Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics. [PDF draft]
  • Murphy, A. & Z. Puškar. 2017. Closest conjunct agreement is an illusion. To appear in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. [PDF draft]
  • Murphy, A. Z. Puškar & M. Guzmán Naranjo. 2017. The structure of hybrid nouns in Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian: Experimental evidence from ellipsis. To appear in D. Lenertová et al. (eds.), Proceedings of Formal Description of Slavic Languages 12. [PDF draft]
  • Paschen, L. 2014. Intonation and focus marking in Ulyap Kabardian. In N. Campbell, D. Gibbon & D. J. Hirst (eds.), Proceedings of Speech Prosody VII, 790–794. Dublin. [PDF volume]
  • Paschen, L. 2014. Opacity in the lexicon. In A. Assmann et al. (eds.), Topics at InfL (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 92), 197–234. Universität Leipzig. [PDF]
  • Paschen, L. 2015. An acoustic analysis of fricatives in Temirgoy Adyghe. In T. S. C. for ICPhS 2015 (ed.), Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow. [PDF]
  • Paschen, L. 2015. Datenbankgestützte Zugänge zum Jakan’e in der südrussischen Peripherie. In A. Weigl et al. (eds.), Junge Slavistik im Dialog IV. Beiträge zur VII.-IX. Slavistischen Studentenkonferenz,  209–221. Verlag Dr. Kovač.
  • Paschen, L. 2016. Boundary tones indicate turn allocation in Russian. In K. Bellamy, E. Karvovskaya, M. Kohlberger & G. Saad (eds.), Proceedings of the 23rd Conference of the Student Organization of Linguistics in Europe, 493–508. Leiden: University Centre for Linguistics. [PDF]
  • Paschen  L. 2017. Clicks in Russian urban everyday communication. To appear in N. Thielemann & N. Richter (eds.), Urban voices.
  • Paschen, L. & P. Staroverov. 2016. Floating, but ordered: An account of Sye verb root alternations. In C. Hammerly & B. Prickett (eds.), Proceedings of the Forty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, 123–132. Amherst: GLSA. [PDF]
  • Puškar, Z. & A. Murphy. 2014. Closest conjunct agreement in Serbo-Croatian: A rule-ordering account. In A. Assmann et al. (eds.), Topics at InfL (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 92), 441–482. Universität Leipzig. [PDF]
  • Puškar, Z. 2017. Interactions of gender and number agreement: Evidence from Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian. To appear in Syntax. [PDF draft]
  • Puškar, Z. & G. Müller. 2017. Unifying structural and lexical case assignment in Dependent Case Theory. To appear in Proceedings of Formal Description of Slavic Languages 12. [PDF draft]
  • Stojković, J. 2014. Problem granice sloga i rastavljanja reči na kraju reda u srpskom jeziku (The problem of syllable border and hyphenation in Serbian). In: Proceedings of the 7th Scientific Conference Students Encountering Science. University of Banja Luka, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina, pp. 278–289.
  • Stojković, J. 2015. Sufiks –ov/-ev u nazivima tečnih derivata voća (The suffix –ov/-ev in the names of liquid derivatives of fruit). Radovi 21. 203–216.
  • Stojković, J. 2016. Makedonsko -tel i srpsko -telj (Macedonian -tel and Serbian -telj ). In Proceedings of the 8th Scientific Conference of Young Macedonists, 309–321. Skopje: University ‘St Cyril and Methodius.
  • Stojković, J. 2016. On Nominal Gradability in colloquial Serbo-Croatian. In Proceedings of the 5th Central European Conference in Linguistics for Postgraduate Students, 151–162. Olomouc: Palacký University. [PDF volume]
  • Zaleska, J. 2016. Intervention by probe in Polish gapping. In C. Hammerly & B. Prickett (eds.), Proceedings of the Forty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society. Vol. 3, 309–318. Amherst: GLSA.
  • Zaleska, J. 2017. Where’s the contrast? Discovering underlying representations with a language game. In J. Emonds & M. Janebová (eds.), Language Use and Linguistic Structure: Proceedings of the Olomouc Linguistics Colloquium 2016 (Olomouc Modern Language Series), 345–364. Olomouc: Palacký University.
  • Zaleska, J. & A. Nevins. 2015. Transformational language games and the representation of Polish nasal vowels. In T. Bui & D. Özyıldız (eds.), Proceedings of the 45th Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society. Vol. 3, 251–260. Amherst: GLSA.
  • Zaleska, J. & M. Guzmán Naranjo. 2016. Naturalness bias in palatalization: An experimental study.  Nordlyd 42(1). 1–19. [DOI]
  • Zaleska, J. & M. Machnicki. 2014. Syllable-driven conspiracy effects in European Portuguese. In L. Veselovská & M. Janebová (eds.), Complex Visibles Out There: Proceedings of the Olomouc Linguistics Colloquium 2014. 779–794. Olomouc: Palacký University. [PDF volume]

Manuskripte

  • Becker, L. 2017. Aspectuality in Hungarian, German, and Slavic. A parallel corpus study. [PDF draft]
  • Becker, L. 2017. Vowel-consonant harmony in Uyghur.
  • Driemel, I. 2018. Person mismatch resolution - An argument for privative features.
  • Driemel, I. & J. Stojković. 2017. How to agree with a QNP.
  • Hein, J. & A. Murphy. 2017. An intersection approach to syncretism in ATB dependencies. [PDF Draft]
  • Korsah, S. 2015. Gã imperatives and richness of the base. [PDF draft]
  • Korsah, S. 2017. Object drop in Kwa and radical pro drop. [PDF draft]
  • Korsah, S. 2017. Reducing the overt-null object distinction to syntax.
  • Korsah, S. & A. Murphy. 2017. Tonal reflexes of A'-movement in Asante Twi. [PDF draft]
  • Kostakis, A. & S. Gjersøe. 2017. A study of the diphthong-mid vowel continuum. [PDF draft]
  • Kushnir, Y. 2017. Deceptive datives: Prepositional case in Latvian. [PDF draft]
  • Lee, H. 2017. Autosegmental analysis of tone: A case study of Busan Korean. [PDF draft]
  • Lee, H. & G. Xu. 2017. Toward multi-lingual natural language understanding using Deep Neural Networks. [PDF draft]
  • Murphy, A. 2015. Movement-conditioned downstep deletion in Kikuyu. [PDF draft]
  • Murphy, A. 2016. A note on the Swiping/P-Stranding Generalization. [PDF draft]
  • Murphy, A. 2017. Dative intervention is a gang effect.
  • Murphy, A. 2017. Default case in gapping reconsidered. [PDF draft]
  • Murphy, A. & G. Müller. 2016. Coreference asymmetries under ellipsis as evidence for syntactic structure removal. [PDF draft]
  • Nformi, J. 2016. Tone transfer in Narrow-Grassfields Bantu verbal reduplication.
  • Nformi, J. 2017. Complementizer agreement and intervention effects. [PDF draft]
  • Nformi, J. 2017. Register lowering and tonal overwriting in Limbum deverbal nouns.
  • Paschen, L. & P. Staroverov. 2017. Manner subsegments as predictors for allomorphy. Universität Leipzig/Wayne State University.
  • Popp, M.-L. 2017. Shift – but not too far. [PDF draft]
  • Popp, M.-L. & S. E. Worbs. 2017. No possessor inversion in German PPs. [PDF draft]
  • Puškar, Z. 2017. Resolving polite conflicts in predicate agreement.
  • Stojković, J. 2017. Quantifiers, DPs and Left-Branch extraction – An argument for exfoliation. [PDF draft]
  • Stojković, J. 2017. There is only one phonology: Syllabic sonorants, loanwords and ‘wobbly /a/’ in Serbo-Croatian. [PDF draft]
  • Xu, G. & H. Lee 2017. Convolutional Neural Network using a threshold predictor for multi-domain dialogue. [PDF draft]
  • Xu, G., H. Lee & J. Seo. 2017. Optimizing policy via deep reinforcement learning for dialogue management. [PDF draft]

Monographien

Unveröffentlicht

  • Berger, M. 2017. Mood and modality in non-root clauses. Master’s thesis, Universität Leipzig.
  • Marquardt, C. 2017. Diathesealternationen in syntaktisch beschränkten Kontexten. Master's thesis, Universität Leipzig.
  • Stojković, J. 2015. Slogovne jezičke igre: stvaranje novog jezika ili oslobadanje starog? (Syllabic language games: Creating a new language or releasing the old one?). Master’s thesis. University of Niš.
letzte Änderung: 01.03.2018