C08

Syntaktische Implikation der Stellung von Kopf und Argument

PI(s): Prof. Dr. Martin Salzmann

Im Projekt wird die These überprüft, dass systematische syntaktische Differenzen zwischen (S)VO- und (S)OV-Sprachen vorliegen, die über weitere Anordnungsgesetze für Köpfe und deren Argumente hinausgehen. Dafür werden systematisch vergleichbare Daten in einem möglichst repräsentativen Sample der Sprachen der Welt erhoben. Es soll auch ermittelt werden, ob entsprechende typologische Generalisierungen am besten über die Ordnung von Verb und Objekt oder über die strukturelle Position des Subjekts zu erfassen sind.

Eine Beschreibung der Methodik sowie der vollständige Fragebogen finden sich auf der OSF-Seite des Projekts.

MitarbeiterInnen

Fanselow
Prof. Dr. Gisbert Fanselow (✝)
Hölzl
Dr. phil. Andreas Hölzl
Campus GolmHaus 14, Raum 3.20
(+49) 331 977-2051 E-Mail Link | Link
Salzmann
Prof. Dr. Martin Salzmann
Campus GolmHaus 14, Raum 3.31
(+49) 331 977-256152 E-Mail Link

Assoziierte

Adam
Dr. Nina Adam
Campus GolmHaus 14, Raum 3.29
(+49) 331 977-2734 E-Mail Link
Schmidt-Pregla
Andreas Schmidt-Pregla
Campus GolmHaus 14, Raum 3.29
(+49) 331 977-2734 E-Mail Link

Publikationen

  • Peer-Reviewed: Papers, Journals, Books, Articles of the CRC
  • Talk or Presentation: Talks, Presentations, Posters of the CRC
  • SFB-Related: not produced in connection with the CRC, but are thematically appropriate
  • Other: Papers, Journals, Books, Articles of the CRC, but not peer-reviewed
Author(s)TitleYearPublished inLinksType
Fanselow, G., Zimmermann, M., & Philipp, M.Accessing the availability of inverse scope in German in the covered box paradigm.2022Glossa: A journal of general linguistics 7(1), 1-24. DOI: 10.16995/glossa.5766Paper Peer-Reviewed
Adam, N., Hölzl, A., & Schmidt, A.Aspects of the OV/VO alternation.2022Paper presented at "Alternatives, Contexts, and Variation". Workshop of the linguistic CRCs (Berlin). 04 - 05 July.Talk or Presentation
Hölzl, A.Word order change and mixed directionality in Sino-Tibetan: RelN & VO in Caijia and Longjia.2022Paper presented at the 25th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. 01 - 05 August.Talk or Presentation
Asztalos, E., Borise, L., Gugán, K., Mus, N., Schmidt, A., & Surányi, B.Towards more flexible verb-finality via a reanalysis of prosodic structure.2022Paper presented at the Third AMC Symposium “Change in syntax and phonology: the same or different?”, The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK. 05 - 07 December. Talk or Presentation
Asztalos, E., Borise, L., Gugán, K., Mus, N., Schmidt, A., & Surányi, B.From rigid to flexible verb-finality. A prosodically motivated information-structural account of word order change.2022Paper presented at the Twenty-Fifth International Conference on Historical Linguistics (ICHL 25) University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. 01 - 05 August.Talk or Presentation
Schmidt, A., Asztalos, E., Borise, L., Gugán, K., Mus, N., & Surányi, B.From rigid to flexible verb-finality. A prosodically motivated information-structural account of word order change.2022Paper presented at the Syntax/Semantik-Kolloquium, University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany. 21 June.Talk or Presentation
Borise, L., Schmidt, A., & Surányi, B.A unified account of preverbal foci in the languages of the Caucasus and beyond.2022Paper presented at the Theoretical Linguistics and Languages of the Caucasus (TLLC), Istanbul Bilgi University, Istanbul, Turky. 18 - 19 June. Talk or Presentation
Schmidt, A.South Sámi in the typology of SAuxOV languages.2022Paper presented at the Syntax of Uralic Languages 4, Online, 14 – 16 June.Talk or Presentation
Asztalos, E., Borise, L., Gugán, K., Mus, N., Schmidt, A., & Surányi, B.From rigid to flexible verb-finality. A prosodically motivated information-structural account of word order change.2022Paper presented at the Syntax of Uralic Languages 4, Online. 14 – 16 June.Talk or Presentation
Borise, L., Schmidt, A., & Surányi, B.Raised and in-situ preverbal foci. A unified account.2022Paper presented at the 3rd International Conference Prominence in Language, Universität zu Köln, SFB 1252, Cologne, Germany. 02 - 03 June.Talk or Presentation
Borise, L., Schmidt, A., & Surányi, B.Raised and in-situ preverbal foci. A unified prosodic account.2022Paper presented at the General Linguistic Colloquium, Georg-August-University Göttingen, Göttingen, Germany. 04 May.Talk or Presentation
Borise, L., Schmidt, A., & Surányi, B.Raised and in-situ preverbal foci. A unified prosodic account.2022Poster presented at the 45th Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW 45) Colloquium, Queen Mary University of London, London, UK. 27 – 29 April. Talk or Presentation
Hölzl, A.The Etymology of “Manchu”: A Critical Evaluation of the Riverside Hypothesis.2023International Journal of Eurasian Linguistics, 4(2), 160-208. DOI: 10.1163/25898833-00420028SFB-Related
Barbiers, S., Delbar, N., Fanselow, G., Nauta, S., & Rothert, J.On the asymmetry of wh-doubling in varieties of German and Dutch.acceptedSpecial Issue of the Zeitschrift für SprachwissenschaftPrePrint Peer-Reviewed

Kontakt:

Universität Potsdam
Department Linguistik
Prof. Dr. Doreen Georgi
Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 24-25
Haus 14, Raum 3.33
14476 Potsdam

(+49) 331 977-2968
doreen.georgi@uni-potsdam.de
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