P3 Publications

Peer-reviewed journal publications (submitted)

  • Beltrama, Andrea, Erlinde Meertens, and Maribel Romero. Subm. Alternative questions: Distinguishing between negated and complementary disjuncts. Submitted to Semantics and Pragmatics. [link]

Peer-reviewed conference articles

  • Beltrama, Andrea, Erlinde Meertens, and Maribel Romero. 2018a. Alternative questions between logic and discourse. An experimental study. In Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society (CLS53). [link]
  • Beltrama, Andrea, Erlinde Meertens, and Maribel Romero. 2018b. Decomposing cornering effects: An experimental study. In U. Sauerland and S. Solt, eds., Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 22, vol. 1, pages 175-190. [link]
  • Jordanoska, Izabela, and Erlinde Meertens. 2019. The pragmatic effects of Macedonian li: an experimental study. In Proceedings of Formal Description of Slavic Linguistics 13 (FDSL13). To appear.
  • Meertens, Erlinde. 2019. How prosody disambiguates between Alternative and Polar Questions. In J. J. Schlöder, D McHugh and F. Roelofsen, eds.,  Proceedings of the 22nd Amsterdam Colloquium, pages 299-308. [link]
  • Meertens, Erlinde, Sophie Egger, and Maribel Romero. 2019. Multiple accent in alternative questions. In M.T. Espinal, E. Castroviejo, M. Leonetti, L. McNally and C. Real-Puigdollers , eds., Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung, vol.2, pages 179-195. [link]
  • Meertens, Erlinde. 2018. Prosody in disjunctive questions: Introducing class. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, 25(1), 21. [link]
  • Romero, Maribel. 2015a. Surprise-predicates, strong exhaustivity and alternative questions. In S. D’Antonio, M. Morroney, and C. R. Little, eds., Proceedings of Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 25, pages 225-245. [link]

Peer-reviewed talks (conference talks whose papers are cited above are not repeated here)

  • Beltrama, Andrea, Erlinde Meertens and Maribel Romero. 2017a. From Markedness to Insistence: On the Interactional Properties of Alternative Questions. Workshop “Integrating Approaches to Social Meaning”. Toulouse, July 23-28. [slides]
  • Beltrama, Andrea, Erlinde Meertens and Maribel Romero. 2017b. Alternative Questions, Markedness and Illocutionary Properties: an Experimental Study. Penn Linguistics Conference 41. Philadelphia, PA, March 24-26. [slides]
  • Meertens, Erlinde and Sven Lauer. 2018. Melioratives in Dutch and German: Crosslinguistic variation in a minor sentence type. 2018. Talk presented at the Workshop Non-Canonical Imperatives. Humboldt Universität Berlin, May 25-26. [slides]

Peer-reviewed poster presentations

  • Beltrama, Andrea, Erlinde Meertens and Maribel Romero. 2017. Polar Questions, “or not” Alternative Questions and Complement Alternative Questions: an Experimental Study. XPRAG 7. Cologne, June 21-23. [poster]

Other presentations

  • Disselkamp, Gisela, Andrea Beltrama and Maribel Romero. 2018. Two kinds of ‚Äòrepeat‚Äô questions: evidence from German and Spanish. Poster presented at the workshop Meaning in non-canonical questions. University of Konstanz, June 7-9. (In cooperation with P5) [poster]
  • Meertens, Erlinde. 2018. Q-Particles in Alternative Questions. Invited Talk presented at the Department of Linguistics, University of Vienna . March 19th. [slides]
  • Romero, Maribel. 2016. Strong exhaustivity, alternative questions and monotonicity: Some thoughts on Cremers & Chemla (2016).¬† Talk at the xprag.de workshop Disjunction Days. ZAS Berlin, June 2-3. [slides]
  • Song, Yixiao. 2018. A comparative study of German and Chinese alternative questions. Poster presented at the workshop Meaning in non-canonical questions. University of Konstanz, June 7-9. [[poster]

Outreach

Project related theses

  • Karatas, Seda. 2017. Ja/Nein Fragen in Türkischen. BA thesis, University of Konstanz. Supervisors: Maribel Romero, Doris Penka.
  • Song, Yixiao. 2018. A comparative study of German and Chinese alternative questions. MA thesis, University of Konstanz. Supervisors: Maribel Romero, Regine Eckardt.

Organized Workshops

Meaning in non-canonical Questions. June 7-9, 2018. (In cooperation with P2)