P5 Publications

Peer-reviewed journal publications

Eckardt, Regine. 2017. Perspective and the future-in-the-past. Glossa: A Journal of General Linguistics, 2(1), 71. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/gjgl.199

Peer-reviewed journal publications (submitted)

Eckardt, Regine. subm. Evidentials and Conjectural Questions. Semantics & Pragmatics (invited for resubmission after first review, resubm. Oct. 2018). [link]

Eckardt, Regine & Andrea Beltrama. subm. Evidentials and Questions. In Chris Pinon (ed.) Empirical Issues in Syntax and Semantics 12. Paris: CSSP 2017. Submitted. [link]

Other peer-reviewed publications

Eckardt, Regine. (accepted). Indirect Speech. In: Lisa Matthewson, Ede Zimmermann, Daniel Gutzmann (eds.), The Semantics Companion. Wiley (accepted). [link]

Peer-reviewed talks

Eckardt, Regine and Gisela Disselkamp. 2018. Self-addressed questions and indexicality ‚Äì The case of Korean’ presented at Sinn und Bedeutung SUB 23, Barcelona, September 5‚Äì7, 2018. [link]

Peer-reviewed poster presentations

Disselkamp, Gisela. The Pragmatics of Speaker Repeat Questions. Flash talk and Poster at ESSLLI 2017 – Student Session.Toulouse, August 17–28, 2017. [poster]

Monograph

Eckardt, Regine. 2016. The semantics of free indirect discourse. Amsterdam, BRILL.

Plenary talks

Eckardt, Regine. 2017a. Evidentials and questions. Plenary talk, Colloque de Syntaxe et Semantique à Paris CSSP2017, Paris, November 23–25, 2017. [slides]

Eckardt, Regine. 2017b. Wohl in self-addressed questions. Workshop Non-at-issue meaning and Information Structure РUiO-XPrag. Oslo, Mai 11–12, 2017. [slides]

Other presentations

Disselkamp, Gisela, Andrea Beltrama and Maribel Romero. 2018. Two kinds of ‘repeat’ 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 P3) [poster]

Eckardt, Regine, Gisela Disselkamp and Qi Yu. 2018. Self-addressed questions and indexicality: The case of Korean. Poster presented at the workshop Meaning in non-canonical questions. University of Konstanz, June 7-9. [poster]

Disselkamp, Gisela. Rising and Falling Repeat Questions in German. Workshop Prosody and Meaning PaM, Konstanz, October 4–6, 2017. [poster]

Disselkamp, Gisela. Aspect and embedded questions. Workshop InqBnB1: Inquisitiveness Below and Beyond the Sentence Boundary. Amsterdam, June 26–29, 2017.

Eckardt, Regine. Verb-end questions and the pragmatics of SAQ. Course Speech Acts and Language Change, taught at the Göttingen Summer School in Historical Linguistics, Göttingen, July 31 РAugust 4, 2017.

Eckardt, Regine. Engaging Questions. Workshop InqBnB1: Inquisitiveness Below and Beyond the Sentence Boundary. Amsterdam, June 26–29, 2017. [slides]

Other products:

Disselkamp, Gisela. 2018. Questionaire for Conjectural / Self-Addressed Questions.Konstanz University.

Outreach

Romero, Maribel and Regine Eckardt. 2018. “Sein oder Nichtsein? Alternativfragen und ihre Fallen”. Talk at Lange Nacht der Wissenschaft. Konstanz, June 23, 2018 (in cooperation with P3)

Regine Eckardt. 2018. “Die depperten Partikeln” Science Slam at Lange Nacht der Wissenschaft. Konstanz, June 23, 2018. [slides]

Project related theses

Zeeb, Markus. 2017. Syntax-Pragmatik-Schnittstelle: Fragen mit Verb-Endstellung im Deutschen. BA-Thesis, Konstanz.

Organized Workshops

Questioning Speech Acts. Konstanz, September 14 – 16, 2017 (in cooperation with Sven Lauer)