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B04 - Interaction of nominal and verbal features for Differential Object Marking

The project aims at modeling Differential Object Marking (DOM) as a result of a complex interaction of nominal and verbal prominence-lending properties. One of the major challenges is to develop a model that allows for variation on both the micro level between closely related varieties and the macro level between Spanish and Turkish. Though manifesting commonalities in DOM with respect to its semantic/pragmatic function, Spanish and Turkish provide interesting divergences on the ranking of prominence-lending features, their interaction with structural conditions of the particular variety, and the way DOM is expressed.

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Team

Name

Prof. Dr. Marco García García

Principal Investigator B04

Office: Philosophikum, room 2.310
E-mail: marco.garcia(at)uni-koeln.de
Phone: (+49) 221 470-4821
Web: Prof. Dr. Marco García García

Name

Prof. Dr. Klaus von Heusinger

Speaker of the SFB, Principal Investigator B04, C04, Ö and Z

Office: Philosophikum, room 2.116 and SFB, Luxemburger Str. 299, room 1.09
E-mail: klaus.vonheusinger(at) uni-koeln.de
Phone: (+49) 221 470-4884 (Philosophikum) and -89900 (SFB)
Web: Prof. Dr. Klaus von Heusinger

Name

Semra Kizilkaya

Doctoral student B04

Office: SFB, Luxemburger Str. 299, room 1.04
E-mail: semra.kizilkaya(at)uni-koeln.de
Phone: (+49) 221 470-89903
Web: Semra Kizilkaya

Name

Diego Romero Heredero

Doctoral student B04

Office: SFB, Luxemburger Str. 299, room 1.04
E-mail: d.romeroheredero(at)uni-koeln.de
Phone: (+49) 221 470-89903
Web: Diego Romero Heredero

Name

Gökben Konuk

Student assistant B04

Office: Luxemburger Str. 299, room 2.12
E-mail: goekben.konuk(at)uni-koeln.de
Phone: (+49) 221 470-89903

List of publications

In print

  • Caro Reina, Javier, Marco García García & Klaus von Heusinger. To appear. Differential Object Marking in Cuban Spanish. In Johannes Kabatek, Philipp Obrist & Albert Wall (eds.), New reflections on DOM in Spanish, Catalan and beyond. Berlin: de Gruyter. preprint: pdf
  • Kizilkaya, Semra. To appear. Belebtheit, Affiziertheit und das bairische Personalpronomen eam. In Augustin Speyer & Philipp Rauth (eds.), Syntax aus Saarbrücker Sicht. Beiträge der SaRDiS-Tagung zur Dialektsyntax (Zeitschrift für Dialektologie und Linguistik - Beihefte). Stuttgart: Steiner. preprint: pdf
  • Romero Heredero, Diego. To appear. Telicity and Differential Object Marking in the history of Spanish. In Johannes Kabatek, Philipp Obrist & Albert Wall (eds.), New reflections on DOM in Spanish, Catalan and beyond. Berlin: de Gruyter. preprint: pdf
  • Tigău, Alina & Klaus von Heusinger. To appear. Dative clitics in Romanian ditransitives. In Adina Dragomirescu, Alexandru Nicolae, Adnana Boioc & Stefania Costea (eds.), Selected papers from Going Romance 31, Bucharest. Amsterdam: Benjamins. preprint: pdf

2020

  • Caro Reina, Javier. 2020. Differential object marking with proper names in Romance languages. In Luise Kempf, Damaris Nübling & Mirjam Schmuck (eds.), Linguistik der Eigennamen, 225-258. Berlin: de Gruyter. pdf
  • Özge, Umut & Klaus von Heusinger. 2020. Case marking and forward and backward discourse function. In Deniz Zeyrek & Umut Özge (eds.), Discourse meaning: The view from Turkish81-102. Berlin: de Gruyter. pdf

2019

2018

2017

  • von Heusinger, Klaus & Jaklin Kornfilt. 2017. Partitivity and case marking in Turkish and related languages. Glossa: A Journal of General Linguistics 2(1). 1-40. pdf
  • von Heusinger, Klaus & Elif Bamyaci. 2017. Specificity effects of Turkish Differential Object Marking. In Leyla Zidani-Eroglu, Matthew Ciscel & Elena Koulidobrova (eds.), Proceedings of the 12th Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics (WAFL 12), 309-319. Cambridge, MA: MIT Working Papers in Linguistics. pdf