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  • Grosz, P. (im Druck). "Discourse Particles." In: L. Matthewson, C. Meier, H. Rullmann, & T. E. Zimmermann (eds.), The Companion to Semantics (SemCom). Oxford: Wiley.
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  • Schreier, V. (angenommen). "Integration of Restrictive and Non-Restrictive Relative Clauses." In: S. Featherston, R. Hörnig, A. Konietzko & S. von Wietersheim (eds.), Proceedings of Linguistic Evidence 2020.


  • Featherston, S. (2020). "Can we build a grammar on the basis of judgements?" In: S. Schindler; A. Drożdżowicz; K. Brøcker (eds.), Linguistic Intuitions: Evidence and Method, 165-188. Oxford: OUP.
  • Müller, K. (2020). "Perception verbs and finite complement clauses." In: C. Piñón & L. Roussarie (eds.), Empirical Issues in Syntax and Semantics 13. Paris: CSSP, 55-79.
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  • Eberhardt, I. & S. Featherston (2019). "Focus particles and negative scope: Both evidence for syntactic integration?" Glossa: A Journal of General Linguistics 4(1), 126. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/gjgl.613
  • Featherston, S. (2019). "The Decathlon Model." In: A. Kertész, E. Moravcsik, & C. Rákosi (eds.), Current Approaches to Syntax – A Comparative Handbook. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 155-186.
  • Featherston, S., R. Hörnig, S. von Wietersheim & S. Winkler (eds.) (2019). Experiments in Focus: Information Structure and Semantic Processing. (Linguistische Arbeiten 571). Berlin: de Gruyter.
  • Gattnar, A., R. Hörnig, M. Störzer & S. Featherston (eds.) (2019). Proceedings of Linguistic Evidence 2018: Experimental Data Drives Linguistic Theory. Tübingen: University of Tübingen.  
  • Gerbrich, H., V. Schreier & S. Featherston (2019). "Standard items for English judgement studies: Syntax and semantics." In: S. Featherston, R. Hörnig, S. von Wietersheim & S. Winkler (eds.), Experiments in Focus: Information Structure and Semantic Processing, 305-327. Berlin: De Gruyter.
  • Hörnig, R., S. Featherston, S. von Wietersheim & S. Winkler (2019). "Markedness in context: An approach to licensing". In: S. Featherston, R. Hörnig, S. von Wietersheim & S. Winkler (eds.), Experiments in Focus: Information Structure and Semantic Processing, 1-16. Berlin: de Gruyter.
  • Müller, K. (2019b)."Sentence adverbs and theories of secondary meaning. Non-at-issueness and its problems". In: A. Van Alem,  M. De Sisto, E. J. Kerr & J. Wall (eds.), Proceedings of ConSOLE XXVII. 238-256.
  • Müller, K. (2019a). "Sentence adverbials, (non-)at-issueness, and orientation in German." In: D. Gutzmann & K. Turgay (eds.), Secondary Content (Current Research in the Semantics / Pragmatics Interface 37), 311-340. Leiden: Brill.
  • von Wietersheim, S. & S. Featherston (2019). "Does structural binding correlate with degrees of functional dependence?" In: K. Beijering, G. Kaltenböck, & M. S. Sansiñena (eds.), Insubordination: Theoretical and Empirical Issues (TiLSM [Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs series]), 265-290. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.


  • Axel-Tober, K. (2017). "The Development of the declarative Complementizer in German." Language 93(2), e29-e65.
  • Axel-Tober, K. & K. Müller (2017). "Evidential adverbs in German. Diachronic development and present-day meaning." In: S. Cruschina & E.-M. Remberger (eds.), Rise and Development of Evidential and Epistemic Markers (Journal of Historical Linguistics 7.1/2), 9-47.
  • Eberhardt, I. (2017). "From a focus particle to a conjunction. German zumal: Diachronic and synchronic analysis." Language 93(2), e66-e96.
  • Magdou K. & S. Featherston (2017). "Resumptive Pronouns can be more acceptable than gaps: Experimental evidence from Greek." In: Proceedings of 12th International Conference on Greek Linguistics (ICGL12).
  • Weiland-Breckle H., S. Featherston & K. von Heusinger (2017). "Conditions on systematic polysemy: An empirical investigation on the pragmatics of predicate transfer." Linguistische Berichte 252, 80-113.


  • Axel-Tober, K. (2016). "Satzadverbiale im Deutschen: synchrone und diachrone Fragen bei einem 'scheints' alten Thema." In: S. Neri, R. Schuhmann & S. Zeilfelder (eds.), "dat ih dir it nu bi huldi gibu" – Linguistische, germanistische und indogermanistische Studien Rosemarie Lühr gewidmet, 23-33. Wiesbaden: Reichert.
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  • Axel-Tober, K. (2015a). "Historische Syntax des Deutschen aus generativer Perspektive." Zeitschrift für germanistische Linguistik 43, 450-484.


  • Grosz, P. (2014). "Optative markers as communicative cues." Natural Language Semantics 22, 89-115. [DOI: 10.1007/s11050-013-9101-1]
  • Grosz, P. (2014). "Modal Particles in Rationale Clauses and Related Constructions." In: E. Leiss & W. Abraham (eds.), Modes of Modality, 263-290. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Grosz, P. (2014). "German 'doch': An Element that Triggers a Contrast Presupposition." Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, 163-177.


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