2. SFB-Networking Workshop

SFB-Networking Workshop (Köln – Potsdam – Saarbrücken) vom 14. – 15. November 2019 an der Universität zu Köln [Flyer]

Thema: „Discourse“


  • SFB 1102 „Information Density and Linguistic Encoding“,
  • SFB 1252 „Prominence in Language“,
  • SFB 1287 „Limits of Variability in Language“


  • Introduction: Definitions, Outlines, Key Concepts
  • von Heusinger, Weeber & Hoek (SFB 1252): „Psych Verbs and Discourse Prominence“
  • Patterson & Schumacher (SFB 1252): „Multiple antecedents in context: influence on personal and demonstrative pronouns in German“
  • Philipp (SFB 1287): „The Impact of Context on the Interpretation of Quantifier Scope Ambiguities“
  • Roth (SFB 1102): „First steps towards modelling sources of misunderstanding in instructional texts“
  • Meuser (SFB 1252): „Empirical evidence for the impact of discourse prominence on perspective taking“
  • Aktas (SFB 1287): „Variation in referential strategies across production modalities“
  • Clausen (SFB 1287): „Differentiating variations of German tag questions“
  • Shi (SFB 1102): „Automatic discourse relation classification and domain adaptation“
  • Demberg (SFB 1102): „Investigating individual differences in discourse comprehension through crowd-sourcing annotation“
  • Yung (SFB 1102): „RSA account of coherence relation production and comprehension“
  • Jasinskaja (SFB 1252): „Speech acts that support other speech acts“
  • Hinterwimmer (SFB 1252): „Discourse topicality and perspective-taking“