P9 is a new addition to the Research Unit for its second phase, starting in April 2019.
Peer-reviewed journal publications and book chapters
Eckardt, Regine, & George Walkden. 2022. A particle-like use of hwæþer: Wisdom’s questions in Boethius. In Xabier Artiagoitia, Sergio Monforte & Arantzazu Elordieta Alcibar (eds.), Discourse particles, 41-64. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (Collaboration with P5) [view in KOPS]
Peer-reviewed conference articles
Li, Tian. 2020. Why er is not the ancestral form of ne. In Kaidi Chen (ed.), Proceedings of the 32nd North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics (NACCL-32), 397-410. Storrs, CT: University of Connecticut.
Talks and other presentations
Eckardt, Regine, & George Walkden. 2021. Grammaticalization of whether: Stages from wh-pronoun to question complementizer. Paper presented at Formal Diachronic Semantics 6, Cologne (online), September 2021.
Eckardt, Regine, & George Walkden. 2020. Syntax and semantics of hwæþer-questions in Old English. (with Regine Eckardt) Paper presented at the International Workshop on Discourse Particles, University of the Basque Country (online), October 2020.
Walkden, George. 2022. From questions in syntax to questions in discourse: Old English hwæþer. Paper presented at the Sentence Grammar/Discourse Grammar Workshop, Tübingen, July 2022.
Walkden, George. 2022. Sources for question particles. Paper presented at the 23rd International Diachronic Generative Syntax Conference (DiGS), New York University (online), June 2022.
Walkden, George. 2021. The diachrony of question particles. Paper presented at the University of Konstanz Linguistics Research Colloquium, June 2021.
Eckardt, Regine, & George Walkden. 2021. Syntax and semantics of hwæþer-questions in Old English. Paper presented at the Workshop on Biased Questions, Berlin, February 2021.