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Publikationen

Katharina Hartmann

1.    Monographien

  • Hartmann, Katharina (2009) A Cross-Linguistic View of Focus Realizations. Unveröffentlichte Habilitationsschrift.
  • Hartmann, Katharina (2000) Right Node Raising and Gapping. Interface Conditions on Prosodic Deletion. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

2.    Herausgeberschaft

  • Katharina Hartmann & Tonjes Veenstra (eds.) (2013) Cleft Structures. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Aboh, Enoch, Katharina Hartmann & Malte Zimmermann (eds.) (2007) Focus Strategies in African languages: The Interaction of Focus and Grammar in Niger-Congo and Afro-Asiatic; Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • Cruschina, Silvio, Katharina Hartmann & Eva-Maria Remberger (eds.) (in prep.) Negation: Sytnax, Semantics & Variation. Vienna University Press.

3.    Wissenschaftliche Aufsätze in Sammelbänden und Zeitschriften

  • Büring, Daniel & Katharina Hartmann (in press) Semantic Coordination Without Syntactic Coordinators. In: Ida Toivonen, Piroska Csuri, and Emile Van Der Zee (eds.) Structures in the Mind: Essays on Language, Music, and Cognition in Honor of Ray Jackendoff. Boston, MA: MIT Press.
  • Hartmann, Katharina (2015) Coordination. In: T. Kiss and A. Alexiadou (eds.) Syntax – Theory and Analysis. An International Handbook. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter Verlag. (= Handbuch zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft 42/1-3). 478–513.
  • Hartmann, Katharina & Viola Schmitt (2014) Violations of the right-edge-constraint in right-node-raising. Snippets 27: 8–9. http://www.ledonline.it/snippets/
  • Hartmann, Katharina & Marianna Patak (2014) Ein Sonderfall der Koordination im Deutschen: Spezifikation durch und zwar. Linguistische Berichte: 242–266.
  • Hartmann, Katharina  & Tonjes Veenstra (2013) Introduction. In: Hartmann & Veenstra (eds.), 1–32.
  • Hartmann, Katharina (2013) Verum Intervention Effects in Chadic Languages.  Lingua 136: 103–124.
  • Hartmann, Katharina (2013) Prosodic Constraints on Extraposition in German. In: Gerd Webelhuth, Manfred Sailer, Heike Walker, (eds.) Rightward Movement in a Comparative Perspective. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 439–472.
  • Hartmann, Katharina & Malte Zimmermann (2012) Focus Marking in Bura: Semantic Uniformity matches Syntactic Heterogeneity. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 30/4: 1061–1108.
  • Chiarcos, Christian, Ines Fiedler, Mira Grubic, Katharina Hartmann, Julia Ritz, Anne Schwarz, Amir Zeldes, Malte Zimmermann (2011), Information Structure in African Languages: Corpora and Tools. Language Resources and Evaluation. DOI: 10.1007/s10579-011-9153-0
  • Fiedler, Ines, Katharina Hartmann, Brigitte Reineke, Anne Schwarz & Malte Zimmermann (2010) Subject Focus in West African Languages. In: Malte Zimmermann & Caroline Féry (eds) Information Structure from Different Perspectives. Oxford: OUP. 234–257.
  • Hartmann, Katharina & Malte Zimmermann (2009) Morphological Focus Marking in Gùrùntùm (West Chadic). Lingua 119 (9): 1340-1365. doi:10:10.1016/j.lingua.2009.02.002.
  • Hartmann, Katharina (2008) Focus and Tone. Acta Linguistica Hungarica 55: 415–426.
  • Hartmann, Katharina (2008) Focus and Emphasis in Tone and Intonation Languages. In: Anita Steube (ed.) The discourse potential of underspecified structures. Berlin: W. de Gruyter. 389–411.
  • Hartmann, Katharina & Malte Zimmermann (2007) Exhaustivity Particles in Hausa: A Reevaluation of the Particle nee/cee. In: E. Aboh, K. Hartmann & M. Zimmermann (eds.), 241–263.
  • Hartmann, Katharina & Malte Zimmermann (2007)     Focus Strategies in Chadic: The Case of Tangale Revisited. Studia Linguistica 61/2. 95–129.
  • Hartmann, Katharina & Malte Zimmermann (2007)    In Place – Out of Place: Focus in Hausa. In: Kerstin Schwabe and Susanne Winkler (eds.) On Information Structure: Meaning and Form. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 365–403.
  • Hartmann, Katharina & Malte Zimmermann (2006) Information Structure and the Left Periphery in Dhgwed’e. In: Patrick Brandt & Eric Fuss (eds.) Form, Structure, and Grammar. A Festschrift Presented to Günther Grewendorf on Occasion of his 60th Birthday. Berlin: Akademie Verlag. 187–207.
  • Hartmann, Katharina (2006) Right Node Raising. In: Keith Brown (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Language & Linguistics - 2nd Edition. Oxford: Elsevier.
  • Hartmann, Katharina (2006)    Focus Constructions in Hausa. In: Valéria Molnár and Susanne Winkler (eds.) The Architecture of Focus. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 579–607.
  • Féry, Caroline & Katharina Hartmann (2005) Focus and prosodic structures of German Gapping and Right Node Raising. In The Linguistic Review 22. 67–114.
  • Hartmann, Katharina & Malte Zimmermann (2003) Syntactic and Semantic Adnominal Genitive. In: Claudia Maienborn (ed.) (A-)symmetrien – (A-)symmetries. Beiträge zu Ehren von Ewald Lang. Tübingen: Stauffenburg. 171–202.
  • Hartmann, Katharina (2003) Background Matching in Right Node Raising Constructions. In: Kerstin Schwabe und Susanne Winkler (eds.) The Interfaces: Deriving and Interpreting (Omitted) Structures. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 121–151.
  • Büring, Daniel & Katharina Hartmann (2001) The Syntax and Semantics of Focus-Sensitive Particles in German. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 19. 229–281.
  • Büring, Daniel & Katharina Hartmann (1998) Asymmetrische Koordination. Linguistische Berichte 174. 172–201.
  • Hartmann, Katharina (1997) Die Parametrisierung der Sprache - Eine Strafe Gottes? In: Freireligiöse Landesgemeinde Baden (Hg.) "Das Paradoxe zog mich an" - Festschrift für Eckhart Pilick. Mannheim: Verlagsbüro v. Brandt. 142–152.
  • Büring, Daniel & Katharina Hartmann (1997) Doing the Right Thing. The Linguistic Review 14. 1–42.
  • Büring, Daniel & Katharina Hartmann (1997) The Kayne Mutiny. In: D. Beermann, D. LeBlanc & H. van Riemsdijk (eds.) Rightward Movement. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Büring, Daniel & Katharina Hartmann (1995) All Right! In: U. Lutz & J. Pafel (eds.) On Extraction and Extraposition in German. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 179–211.
  • Hartmann, Katharina (1994)    Zur Koordination von V-2 Sätzen. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft 13.1. 3–19.
  • Büring, Daniel & Katharina Hartmann (1994) The Dark Side of Wh-Movement. Linguistische Berichte 149. 56–74.

 4.  Wissenschaftliche Aufsätze in Arbeitspapieren und Konferenz-Proceedings

  • Hartmann, Katharina, Peggy Jacob & Malte Zimmermann (2008) Asymmetric Focus Marking in Bura. In: S. Ishihara, M. Schmitz and A. Schwarz (eds.) Interdisciplinary Studies on Information Structure Vol 10. Working Papers of the SFB 632. Univ.verlag Potsdam. 45–92.
  • Hartmann, Katharina & Malte Zimmermann (2008) Not only „only“ but „too“ too. Alternative sensitive particles in Bura. In: Atle Grønn (ed.). Proceedings of Sinn & Bedeutung 12.
  • Oslo:  Department of Literature, Area Studies and European Languages, University of Oslo. 196–211.
  • Hartmann, Katharina & Malte Zimmermann (2004). Nominal and Verbal Focus in the Chadic Languages. In: F. Perrill et al. (eds.) Proceedings of the Chicago Linguistics Society. 87–101.
  • Büring, Daniel & Katharina Hartmann (1996) Is It [Only Rock'n Roll], Or Just Like It? Proceedings of WCCFL XIV.
  • Büring, Daniel & Katharina Hartmann (1991) Regelhaft und Regellos - Zum Verhältnis von Syntax und Lexikon. Arbeiten des Sonderforschungsbereichs 282.

5.    Manuskripte

  • Hartmann, Katharina (2009) Maximierungstendenzen von Ellipsen im Deutschen. Ms. Humboldt Universität zu Berlin.

6.    Rezensionen

  • Hartmann, Katharina (2003) Winfried Lechner, Comparatives and DP-Structure. GLOT International 7.
  • Hartmann, Katharina & Thomas Ede Zimmermann (2001) Henriëtte de Swart, Introduction to Natural Language Semantics. Journal of Logic, Language and Information 10. 511–518.
  • Hartmann, Katharina (1995) Lesley Stirling, Switch Reference And Discourse Representation. Linguistische Berichte 158. 326–328.
  • Hartmann, Katharina (1994) Robert Freidin, Principles and Parameters in Comparative Grammar. Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft 13.1. 129–133.

 

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