Prominence related edited volumes

forthcoming

  • Baumann, Stefan & Frank Kügler (to appear). Prosody and Information Status in Typological Perspective. Lingua Special Issue. 
  • Bongartz, Christiane & Jacopo Torregrossa (to appear). Narratives across the language faculty. Contributions to a unified theory of referential cohesion. Inquiries in Language Learning Series. Bern: Peter Lang.
  • García-García, Marco & Melanie Uth (to appear). Focus realization and interpretation in Romance and beyond. Studies in Language Companion Series. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • von Heusinger, Klaus & Petra B. Schumacher (to be submitted Januar 2016). Towards a unified account of prominence in pragmatics. Journal of Pragmatics. 
  • Hinterwimmer, Stefan, Hanna Weiland-Breckle & Petra B. Schumacher (to appear). Perspective-Taking. Lingua Special Issue.
  • Onea, Edgar, Malte Zimmermann & Klaus von Heusinger (to be submitted April 2016). Questions in discourse. Leiden: Brill.

2016

  • D’Imperio, Mariapaolo, Martine Grice & Francesco Cangemi (eds). 2016. Advancing prosodic transcription. Special Collection, Laboratory Phonology. 

2014

  • Cho, T., M. Grice & D. Mücke (2014). Dynamics of articulation and prosodic structure. Journal of Phonetics 44. 

Prominence related articles

forthcoming

  • Bosch, Peter & Stefan Hinterwimmer (to appear). Anaphoric reference by demonstrative pronouns in German,  In Anke Holler & Katja Suckow (eds.). Empirical perspectives on anaphora resolution. Berlin: de Gruyter. 
  • Cangemi, Francesco & Martine Grice (to appear). The importance of a distributional approach to categoriality in autosegmental-metrical accounts of intonation. Laboratory Phonology.
  • D’Imperio, Mariapaolo, Martine Grice & Francesco Cangemi (accepted). Advancing prosodic transcription. Laboratory Phonology special issue.
  • Dimmendaal, Gerrit & Gertrud Schneider-Blum (to appear). Transitivity in Tima. In: Anyanwu, Rose-Juliet (ed.): Transitivity in African languages. Frankfurter Afrikanistische Blätter 26 (2016) Supplement Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, Köln.
  • García García, Marco (accepted with changes). Nominal and verbal parameters in the diachrony of DOM in Spanish. In Seržant, Ilja A., Alena Witzlack-Makarevich & Kelsey Mann (eds.), The diachronic typology of differential argument marking. Berlin: Language Science Press.
  • Grice, Martine, Timo Roettger & Rachid Ridouane (to appear). Tonal association in Tashlhiyt Berber: Evidence from polar questions and contrastive statements. Phonology 32.
  • Grice, Martine & Stefan Baumann (to appear). Intonation in der Lautsprache: Tonale Analyse. In: Primus, Beatrice & Ulrike Domahs (eds.): Handbuch Laut, Gebärde, Buchstabe. De Gruyter. 
  • Gutiérrez-Bravo, Rodrigo, Martin Sobrino Gómez & Melanie Uth (to appear). Contrastive focus in Yucatecan Spanish. In: Gallego, Ángel J. (ed.): The syntactic variation of Spanish dialects. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Hermes, Anne & Doris Mücke (to appear). Artikulatorische Evidenz für Silbenstruktur in der Lautsprache. In: Primus, Beatrice & Ulrike Domahs (eds.): Handbuch Laut, Gebärde, Buchstabe. Berlin: De Gruyter.
  • Hinterwimmer, Stefan & Peter Bosch (to appear): Demonstrative pronouns and perspective. In: Patel-Grosz, P. & P. Grosz (eds.): The Impact of pronominal form on interpretation. Berlin: De Gruyter.
  • Hinterwimmer, Stefan & Peter Bosch (to appear): Demonstrative pronouns and propositional attitudes. In: Patel-Grosz, P. & P. Grosz (eds.): Pronouns in embedded contexts. Dordrecht: Springer. 
  • von Heusinger, Klaus (accepted with minor changes). The diachronic development of differential object marking in Spanish ditransitive constructions. In Seržant, Ilja A., Alena Witzlack-Makarevich & Kelsey Mann (eds.), The diachronic typology of differential argument marking. Berlin: Language Science Press.
  • von Heusinger, Klaus & Jaklin Kornfilt (accepted with minor changes). Partitivity and case marking in Turkish and related languages. Lingua.
  • Karagjosova, Elena & Katja Jasinskaja. (accepted). Predicate Clefts in Bulgarian. To appear in Proceedings of FDSL 10.
  • Lindemann, Sofiana (to appear). Effects of animacy and gender on the choice of referring expression. Bulletin of the „Transilvania“ University of Brasov. Series IV: Philology and Cultural Studies.
  • Mücke, Doris & Martine Grice (to appear). Segment und Geste. In Primus, B. & U. Domahs (Eds.). In: Primus, Beatrice & Ulrike Domahs (eds.): Handbuch Laut, Gebärde, Buchstabe. De Gruyter.
  • Özge, Umut, Duygu Özge & Klaus von Heusinger (in print). Strong indefinites in Turkish, referential persistence, and salience structure. In Anke Holler & Katja Suckow (eds.), Empirical perspectives on anaphora resolution: Information structural evidence in the race of salience. Berlin: De Gruyter.
  • Schneider-Blum, Gertrud (to appear). Once or more often? – On pluractionality marking in Tima. In: Coly, Jules Jacques & Anne Storch (eds.): Pluractional verbs and verbal plurals in African languages.
  • Schumacher, Petra, Leah Roberts & Juhani Järvikivi (under revision). Agentivity drives real-time pronoun resolution: Evidence from German er and der. Lingua.
  • Riesberg, Sonja & Beatrice Primus (to appear). Agent prominence in symmetrical voice languages. STUF - Language Typology and Universals.
  • Schumacher, Petra B., Manuel Dangl & Elyeza Uzun (to appear). Thematic role as prominence cue during pronoun resolution in German. In: Anke Holler & Katja Suckow (eds.): Empirical perspectives on anaphora resolution: Information structural evidence in the race for salience. Berlin: De Gruyter.
  • Torregrossa, Jacopo (to appear). Distinguishing contrast and focus at PF: A view from Italian. In: García García, Marco & Melanie Uth (eds.): Focus realization and interpretation in Romance and beyond. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • Uth, Melanie (to appear). Focus realization at the syntax-prosody interface: Yucatecan Spanish opposed to standard Mexican Spanish. In: García García, Marco & Melanie Uth (eds.): Focus realization and interpretation in Romance and beyond. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

2015

  • Baumann, Stefan & Christine Röhr (2015). The perceptual prominence of pitch accent types in German. Proceedings 18th International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. 
  • Baumann, Stefan, Christine Röhr & Martine Grice (2015). Prosodische (De-)Kodierung des Informationsstatus im Deutschen. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft 34 (1). 1-42.
  • Bongartz, Christiane, Maria Andreou, Eva Knopp & Ianthi Tsimpli (2015). Character reference in Greek-German bilingual children's narratives. Eurosla Yearbook (15). 1-40.
  • Brengelmann, T., F. Cangemi & Martine Grice (2015). Tonal coarticulation in L2 standard Chinese. Proceedingsof the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, August 10-14, 2015.
  • Cangemi, Francesco, Martina Krüger & Martine Grice (2015). Listener-specific perception of speaker-specific productions in intonation. In Fuchs, Susanne, Daniel Pape, Caterina Petrone & Pascal Perrier (eds.), Individual differences in speech production and perception, Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 123-145.
  • Donazzan, Marta & Lucia Tovena (2015). Dispositions in event nouns: decomposing the agentivity constraint. In Martin, Fabienne, Marcel Piteroff & Tillmann Pross (eds.), Morphological, syntactic and semantic aspect of dispositions. SinSpec Series of SFB732, University of Stuttgart.
  • Donazzan, Marta & Lucia Tovena (2015). Pluralities of Events: Semelfactives and a Case of ‘Single Event’ Nominalisation. Romance Language and Linguistic Theory.
  • Grice, M., M. Savino, A. Caffo & T.B. Roettger (2015). The tune drives the text - Schwa in consonant-final loanwords in Italian. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, August 10-14, 2015.
  • Hermes, A., D. Mücke & B. Auris (2015). Perturbation of stability patterns in syllable production. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, August 10-14, 2015.
  • Hinterwimmer, Stefan (2015): A unified account of the properties of German demonstrative pronouns. In: Grosz, P., P. Patel-Grosz & I. Yanovich (eds.): The Proceedings of the Workshop on Pronominal Semantics at NELS 40, 61-107. Amherst: GLSA.
  • Himmelmann, Nikolaus & Beatrice Primus (2015). Prominence Beyond Prosody - A First Approximation. In: Amedeo De Dominicis (ed.), pS-prominenceS: Prominences in Linguistics. Proceedings of the International Conference. University of Tuscia, Viterbo: DISUCOM Press, 38-58.
  • Jasinskaja, Katja, Sofiana Chiriacescu, Marta Donazzan, Klaus von Heusinger & Stefan Hinterwimmer (2015). Prominence in discourse. In: Amedeo De Dominicis (ed.), pS-prominenceS: Prominences in Linguistics. Proceedings of the International Conference. University of Tuscia, Viterbo: DISUCOM Press, 134-153.
  • Mücke, Doris, Anne Hermes, Henrik Niemann, Johannes Becker & Michael Barbe (2015). Onset Coordination in Essential Tremor Patients with Deep Brain Stimulation: An EMA Study. Proceedings 18th International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. 
  • Niemann, Henrik & Doris Mücke (2015). Effects of phrasal position and metrical structure on alignment patterns of nuclear pitch accents in German: Acoustics and Articulation. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, August 10-14, 2015.
  • Ritter, Simon & Martine Grice (2015). The Role of Tonal Onglides in German Nuclear Pitch Accents. Language and Speech 58(1). 114-128.
  • Röhr, Christine, Stefan Baumann & Martine Grice (2015). The effect of verbs on the prosodic marking of information status: Production and perception in German. Proceedings18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 10-14 August 2015, Glasgow, UK.
  • Roettger, Timo & Martine Grice (2015). The role of high pitch in Tashlhiyt Berber: Evidence from production and perception. Journal of Phonetics (51): 36-49. 
  • Roettger, T. B., A. Bruggeman & M. Grice (2015). Word stress in Tashlhiyt - Post lexical prominence in disguise? Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, August 10-14, 2015.
  • Savino, M., M. Grice & A. Caffò (2015). The Influence of Prominence on the Production of Plosives in Italian. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, August 10-14, 2015.
  • Schumacher, Petra B., Jana Backhaus & Manuel Dangl. (2015). Backward- and Forward-Looking Potential of Anaphors. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 1746.
  • Torregrossa, Jacopo (2015). Putting contrast on the Table. Proceedings of the 32nd West Coast Conference of Formal Linguistics (WCCFL32). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project, 201-207. 
  • Torregrossa, Jacopo, Christiane Bongartz & Ianthi Tsimpli (2015). Testing accessibility: A cross-linguistic comparison of referring expressions. Proceedings of the 89th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Portland, OR, January 8-11, 2015. Extended Abstract (online publication). 

2014

  • Baumann, Stefan (2014). Second occurrence focus. In: Féry, Caroline & Shinichiro Ishihara (eds.): The Oxford Handbook of Information Structure. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Baumann, Stefan & Anna Roth (2014). Prominence and coreference – On the perceptual relevance of F0 movement, duration and intensity. Proceedings of Speech Prosody 7, Dublin. 227-231.
  • Baumann, Stefan (2014). The importance of tonal cues for untrained listeners in judging prominence. Proceedings of the 10th ISSP, Cologne. 
  • Hermes, A., B. Auris & D. Mücke (2014). Computational modelling of syllabification patterns in Tashlhiyt Berber and Maltese. Proceedings of the 10th International Seminar on Speech Production, Cologne.
  • Jasinskaja, Katja (published online Dec 2014). Information Structure in Slavic. To appear in C. Féry & S. Ishihara. Handbook of Information Structure. OUP.
  • Mücke, D. & M. Grice (2014). The effect of focus marking on supralaryngeal articulation – Is it mediated by accentuation? Journal of Phonetics 44. 47-61.
  • Mücke, D., M. Grice & T. Cho (2014). More than a magic moment – Paving the way for dynamics of articulation and prosodic structure. Journal of Phonetics 44. 1-7.
  • Niemann, H., M. Grice & D. Mücke (2014). Segmental and positional effects in tonal alignment: An articulatory approach. Proceedings of the 10th International Seminar on Speech Production, Cologne.
  • Roettger, T.B., R. Ridoaune & M. Grice (2015). Perception of peak placement in Tashlhiyt Berber. Proceedings of 7th International Conference on Speech Prosody, Dublin, May 20-23, 2014.
  • Uth, Melanie (2014). Spanish preverbal subjects in contexts of narrow information focus: Non-contrastive focalization or epistemic-evidential marking? Grazer Linguistische Studien 81. 87-104.