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  • Bank, S. & J. Trommer. 2014. Paradigm learning and subanalysis complexity. In Proceedings of the 48th Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society (CLS). 45–59.
  • Bank, S. & J. Trommer. 2015. Learning and the complexity of Ø-affixation. In M. Baerman, D. Brown & G. G. Corbett (eds.), Understanding and measuring morphological complexity, 47–83. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Biskup, P. 2014. For, zu and feature inheritance. In A. Assmann, S. Bank, D. Georgi, T. Klein, P. Weisser & E. Zimmermann (eds.), Topics at InfL (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 92), 423–439. Universität Leipzig.
  • Biskup, P. 2014. (Nicht-)Kompositionale Präfixe im Polnischen. In H. Pitsch (ed.), Linguistische Beiträge zur Slavistik. XXI. JungslavistInnen-Treffen in Göttingen, 13.-15. September 2012. (Specimina Philologiae Slavicae; vol. 180). Verlag Otto Sagner, München, 31–53.
  • Biskup, P. 2015. Focused epistemic adverbs and scalar implicatures. In: G. Zybatow, P. Biskup, M. Guhl, C. Hurtig, O. Mueller-Reichau & M. Yastrebova, eds, Slavic Grammar from a Formal Perspective. The 10th Anniversary FDSL Conference, Leipzig 2013. Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, pp. 43–62.
  • Biskup, P. 2015. On (non-)compositionality of prefixed verbs. In M. Ziková, P. Caha & M. Dočekal (eds.), Slavic Languages in the Perspective of Formal Grammar: Proceedings of FDSL 10.5 Brno 2014 59–78. Frankfurt/M.: Peter Lang.
  • Biskup, P. 2016. Das Futur-Präfix po-. In  H. Kuße & M. Scharlaj (eds.), Linguistische Beiträge zur Slavistik. XXIII. JungslavistInnen-Treffen in Dresden, 18.-20. September 2014. Biblion Media, München, Leipzig, Berlin, Washington D.C, 9–26.
  • Biskup, P. 2016. Prefixed adjectival participles. Linguistica Brunensia 64. 7–26.
  • Biskup, P. 2017. 21 entries (98 pp.). In: P. Karl´ık, M. Nekula & J. Pleskalová, eds, Nov´y encyklopedick´y slovn´ık ˇceštiny [New Encyclopedic Dictionary of Czech]. Nakladatelstv´ı Lidov´e noviny, Praha.
  • Biskup, P. 2017. Case syncretism in Russian, Polish and Czech ATB constructions. In: W. Browne, M. Despi´c, N. Enzinna, R. Karlin, S. D. Lemos & D. Zec, eds, Proceedings of the 25th Meeting of Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics. The Cornell Meeting 2016. Michigan Slavic Publications, Ann Arbor, MI, pp. 418–437.
  • Biskup, P. 2017. Decomposing prepositional cases in Russian and Polish. In M. Guhl & O. Mueller-Reichau (eds.), Aspects of Slavic Linguistics: Formal Grammar, Lexicon, and Communication, 50-68. Berlin: de Gruyter Mouton.
  • Biskup, P. 2017. Labeling and other syntactic operations. In L. Bauke & A. Blümel (eds.), Labels and roots, 91-116. Berlin: de Gruyter Mouton.
  • Biskup, P. 2017. Pád a extrakce z koordinovaných konstrukcí. To appear in Nová Čeština doma & ve světě.
  • Biskup, P. & G. Zybatow. 2014. Prefixes, scales and grammatical theory. In I. Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, A. Malchukov & M. Richards (eds.), Scales and Hierarchies. A Cross-Disciplinary Perspective, 197–226. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
  • Biskup, P. & G. Zybatow. 2015. Verbal prefixation in Slavonic: A minimalist approach. In P. O. Müller, I. Ohnheiser, S. Olsen & F. Rainer (eds.), Word-Formation. An International Handbook of the Languages of Europe. Vol. 2, 1492–1515. Berlin: de Gruyter Mouton.
  • Bochnak, R. & M. Martinović. 2017. Optional past tense in Wolof. To appear in Proceedings of the 48th Annual Conference on African Linguistics.
  • Brandner, E., M. Salzmann & G. Schaden. 2016. Zur Syntax und Semantik des doppelten Perfekt aus alemannischer Sicht. In A. Lenz & F. Patocka (eds.), Syntaktische Variation – areallinguistische Perspektiven, 13–45. Vienna: Vienna University Press.
  • Hartmann, J., A. Konietzko & M. Salzmann. 2016. On the limits of non-parallelism in ATB-movement. Experimental evidence for strict syntactic identity. In S. Featherston & Y. Verseley (eds.), Quantitative approaches to grammar and grammatical change. Perspectives from Germanic,  51–83. Berlin: de Gruyter.
  • Haspelmath, M. 2015. Defining vs. diagnosing linguistic categories: A case study of clitic phenomena. In J. Błaszczak, D. Klimek-Jankowska & K. Migdalski (eds.), How categorical are categories? New approaches to the old questions of noun, verb and adjective, 273–303. Berlin: de Gruyter Mouton.
  • Haspelmath, M. 2015. Descriptive scales versus comparative scales. In I. Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, A. L. Malchukov & M. Richards (eds.), Scales and hierarchies: A cross-disciplinary perspective, 45–58. Berlin: de Gruyter Mouton.
  • Haspelmath, M. 2015. Ditransitive constructions. Annual Review of Linguistics 1. 19–41.
  • Haspelmath, M. 2015. The three adnominal possessive constructions in Egyptian-Coptic: Three degrees of grammaticalization. In E. Grossman, M. Haspelmath & T. S. Richter (eds.), Egyptian-Coptic linguistics in typological perspective, 261–287. Berlin: de Gruyter Mouton.
  • Haspelmath, M. 2015. Transitivity prominence. In A. L. Malchukov & B. Comrie (eds.), Valency classes in the world’s languages: A comparative handbook. Vol. 1, 131–147. Berlin: de Gruyter Mouton.
  • Haspelmath, M. 2016. The challenge of making language description and comparison mutually beneficial. Linguistic Typology 20(2). 299–303.
  • Haspelmath, M. 2016. The serial verb construction: Comparative concept and cross-linguistic generalizations. Language and Linguistics 17(3). 291–319.
  • Haspelmath, M. 2017. Explaining alienability contrasts in adpossessive constructions: Predictability vs. iconicity. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft 36(2). 193–231. [DOI]
  • Haspelmath, M. & I. Hartmann. 2015. Comparing verbal valency across languages. In A. L. Malchukov & B. Comrie (eds.), Valency classes in the world’s languages: A comparative handbook. Vol. 1, 41–71. Berlin: de Gruyter Mouton.
  • Haspelmath, M. 2017. Explaining alienability contrasts in adpossessive constructions: Predictability vs. iconicity. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft 36(2). 193-231.
  • Haspelmath, M. 2017. Universals of causative and anticausative verb formation and the spontaneity scale. To appear in Lingua Posnaniensis.
  • Haspelmath, M. & S. M. Michaelis. 2017. Analytic and synthetic: Typological change in varieties of European languages. In I. Buchstaller & B. Siebenhaar (eds.), Language variation – European perspectives VI: Selected papers from the 8th International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 8), Leipzig 2015. Amsterdam: Benjamins
  • Haspelmath, M. & the Leipzig Equative Constructions Team. 2017. Equative constructions in world-wide perspective. In Y. Treis & M. Vanhove (eds.), Similative and equative constructions: A cross-linguistic perspective, 9–32. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • Heck, F. & A. Himmelreich. 2016. Opaque intervention. Linguistic Inquiry 48. 47–97.
  • Heck, F. & G. Müller. 2016. On accelerating and decelarating movement: From minimalist preference principles to harmonic serialism. In G. Legendre, M. Putnam, H. de Swart & E. Zaroukian, (eds.), Optimality-Theoretic Syntax, Semantics, and Pragmatics, 78–110. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Keine, S. & G. Müller. 2014. Differential argument encoding by impoverishment. In I. Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, A. Malchukov & M. Richards (eds.), Scales and Hierarchies,  75–130.  Berlin Mouton de Gruyter.
  • McFadden, T. & S. Sundaresan. 2016. Failure to control is not a failure: It’s pro. In C. Hammerly & B. Prickett (eds.), Proceedings of the Forty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, 1–10. GLSA, Amherst.
  • McFadden, T. & S. Sundaresan. 2017. Unifying EPP and Comp-trace effects: Constraints on silent elements at the edge. To appear in Glossa.
  • Müller, G. 2014.  A local approach to the Williams Cycle. Lingua 130. 117–136.
  • Müller, G. 2014. Resumption by buffers: German relative clauses. Linguistische Berichte 239. 267–295.
  • Müller, G. 2015. Das linguistische Antiquariat: Rule Interaction and the Organization of a Grammar von Geoffrey K. Pullum. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft 34. 253–260.
  • Müller, G. 2015. Optimality-theoretic syntax. In T. Kiss & A. Alexiadou (eds.), Syntax. An International Handbook. Vol. 2, 875–936. Berlin: de Gruyter.
  • Müller, G. 2015. Remnant movement in local derivational grammar. In G. Grewendorf (ed.), Remnant Movement, 53–92. Berlin De Gruyter.
  • Müller, G. 2016. Predicate doubling by phonological copying. In Replicative Processes in Grammar (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 93), 127–148. Universität Leipzig.
  • Müller, G. 2017. Structure removal: An argument for feature-driven Merge. Glossa 2. 28.1–35.
  • Müller, G. 2017.  Structure removal in complex prefields. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory (Online First), 1–46. [DOI]
  • Müller, G. 2017. Cumulative effects in differential argument encoding and long-distance extraction: Local conjunction vs. harmonic grammar. To appear in A. Barány & Laura Kalin (eds.), Differential marking, case and agreement. Berlin: de Gruyter.
  • Müller, G. 2017. Freezing in complex prefields. To appear in J. Hartmann et al. (eds.), Freezing: Theoretical approaches and empirical domains. Berlin: de Gruyter Mouton.
  • Müller, G. & D. Thomas. 2017. Three-way systems do not exist. In J. Coon, L. Travis & D. Massam (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Ergativity, 279–307. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Opitz, A. & T. Pechmann. 2016. Gender features in German – evidence for underspecification. The Mental Lexicon 11(2). 216–241.
  • Regel, S., A. Opitz, G. Müller & A. D. Friederici. 2015. The past tense debate revisited: Electrophysiological evidence for subregularities of irregular verb inflection. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 27(9). 1870–1885.
  • Salzmann, M. 2016. Displaced morphology in German – Evidence for post-syntactic morphology. In K. Barnickel, M. Guzmán Naranjo, J. Hein, S. Korsah, A. Murphy, L. Paschen, Z. Puškar & J. Zaleska (eds.), Replicative Processes in Grammar (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 93), 401–446. Universität Leipzig.
  • Salzmann, 2017. Displaced morphology in German. An argument for post-syntactic morphology. In A. Lamont & K. Tetzloff (eds.), Proceedings of the Forty-Seventh Annual Meeting if the North East Linguistic Society, Vol. 3, 77-90. Amherst: GLSA.
  • Salzmann, M. 2017. In favor of a new version of the Matching Analysis. Combining deletion under recoverability with vehicle change. To appear in M. Krifka & M. Schenner (eds.), Reconstruction effects in relative clauses.
  • Salzmann, M. 2017. On the limits of variation in Continental West-Germanic verb clusters. Evidence from VP-stranding, extraposition and displaced morphology for the existence of clusters with 213 order. To appear in Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics.
  • Salzmann, M. 2017. Prolepsis. To appear in M. Everaert & H. van Riemsdijk (eds.), The Companion to Syntax. 2nd edition.
  • Schönefeld, D. 2015. A constructional analysis of English un-participle constructions. Cognitive Linguistics 26(3). 423–466.
  • Schönefeld, D. im Druck. Lexis and grammar. In B. Aarts, J. Bowie & G. Popova (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of English Grammar. Oxford Oxford University Press.
  • Stiebels, B. 2015. Control. In T. Kiss & A. Alexiadou (eds.), Syntax – Theory and analysis. An International Handbook (HSK 42), 412–446. Berlin: de Gruyter.
  • Stiebels, B. 2017. Polysemie und Umdeutung satzeinbettender Prädikate. To appear in S. Engelberg, H. Lobin, K. Steyer & S. Wolfer (eds.), Wortschätze: Dynamik, Muster, Komplexität. Jahrbuch des Instituts für Deutsche Sprache 2017. Berlin: de Gruyter.
  • Stiebels, B. 2017. Review of Mark Baker (2015), Case: its principles and parameters. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. To appear in Studies in Language.
  • Sundaresan, S. 2014. Making sense of silence: Finiteness and the OC pro vs. pro distinction. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 32. 59–85.
  • Sundaresan, S. 2014. Revisiting the anaphor agreement effect: A new pattern from Tamil.  Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 92, 499–526.
  • Sundaresan, S. 2016. Anaphora vs. agreement: a new kind of anaphor agreement effect in Tamil. In P. Grosz & P. Patel-Grosz (eds.), The impact of pronominal form on interpretation. Studies in Generative Grammar, 77–106. Berlin: de Gruyter Mouton.
  • Sundaresan, S. 2016. Perspectival reflexivity and the koí morpheme. In R. Balusu & S. Sundaresan (eds.), Proceedings of Formal Approaches to South Asia Languages (FASAL) 5. 23–142.
  • Sundaresan, S. 2017. Anaphors aren't born equal: distinct classes of anaphor within an enriched person system. In M. Y. Erlewine (ed.), Proceedings of GLOW in Asia XI, Vol. 2. (MIT Working papers in Linguistics, Vol. 85), 217-231 Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
  • Sundaresan, S. 2017. Perspective is syntactic: Evidence from anaphora. To appear in Glossa.
  • Trommer, J. 2014. Moraic prefixes and suffixes in Anywa. Lingua 140, 1–34.
  • Trommer, J. 2015. Ø-agreement in Turkana. In I. Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, A. Malchukov & M. D. Richards (eds.), Scales and Hierarchies: A Cross-Disciplinary Perspective, 131–172. Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter.
  • Trommer, J. 2015. Moraic affixes and morphological colors in Dinka. Linguistic Inquiry 46(1). 177–112.
  • Trommer, J. 2015. Päri consonant mutation as defective root node affixation. In C. Cairns & E. Raimy (eds.), The Segment in Phonology and Phonetics,283–313. London: Wiley Blackwell.
  • Trommer, J. 2015. Syllable-counting allomorphy by prosodic templates. In E. Bonet, M.-R. Lloret & J. M. Altimiras (eds.), Understanding Allomorphy: Perspectives from Optimality Theory, 315–360. London Equinox.
  • Trommer, J. 2016. A postsyntactic morphome cookbook. In D. Siddiqi & H. Harley (eds.), Morphological Metatheory, 59–94. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Manuskripte

  • Alexiadou, A. & G. Müller. 2017. Externe Argumente und quantifikationale Variabilität im deutschen Passiv. Ms., HU/ZAS Berlin/Universität Leipzig.
  • Biskup, P. 2017. The non-identity reading in ATB constructions: The case of Slavic.
  • Biskup, P. 2017. Slavic obviative subjunctives.
  • McFadden, T. & S. Sundaresan. 2017. Reducing pro and pro to a single source.
  • Müller, G. 2015. Algorithms, representations, and ATR ratios. [lingbuzz/002551].
  • Müller, G. 2015. Interaktionen von Bausteinen in nicht-sprachlichen Systemen.
  • Müller, G. 2016. The short life cycle of external arguments in German passive derivations.
  • Pfau, R., M. Salzmann & M. Steinbach. 2017. Sign language agreement. Common ingredients, but unusual recipe. Ms., University of Amsterdam/Universität Leipzig/Universität Göttingen.
  • Sundaresan, S. 2017. Two formal classes of anaphor in an enriched person system.

Monographien

  • Müller, G. 2014. Syntactic Buffers (Linguistische Arbeitsberichte 91). Universität Leipzig.
  • Salzmann, M. 2017. Reconstruction and resumption in indirect A'-dependencies: On the syntax of prolepsis and relativization in (Swiss) German and beyond. Berlin: de Gruyter Mouton.
letzte Änderung: 14.12.2017