Fakultät Geistes- und Kulturwissenschaften

Lehrstuhl für Engl. Sprachwissenschaft einschl. Sprachgeschichte

Publikationen

Monographie

Rhythmic Grammar: The Influence of Rhythm on Grammatical Variation and Change in English. (TiEL 46.) Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 2005.

Herausgaben

(mit Manfred Krug) Research Methods in Language Variation and Change. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2013.

(mit Günter Rohdenburg) One Language, Two Grammars? Differences between British and American English. (SEL.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2009.

Aufsätze

“Chapter 3: Phonology.” In: Bergs, Alexander & Brinton, Laurel (Hrsg.) The History of English. Volume 4: Early Modern English. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter Mouton, 2017. 27-46.

"Rhythmic influence on grammar: Scope and limitations." In: Vogel, Ralf & van de Vijver, Ruben (Hrsg.) Rhythm in Cognition and Grammar: A Germanic Perspective. (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs 286.) Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 2015. 179-205.

(mit Manfred Krug und Anette Rosenbach) "Introduction: Investigating language variation and change." In: Krug, Manfred & Schlüter, Julia (Hrsg.) Research Methods in Language Variation and Change. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. 1-13.

"Using historical literature databases as corpora." In: Krug, Manfred & Schlüter, Julia (Hrsg.) Research Methods in Language Variation and Change. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. 119-135.

“37. Early Modern English: Phonology.” In: Bergs, Alexander & Brinton, Laurel (Hrsg.) Historical Linguistics of English: An International Handbook. (HSK 34.1.) Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 2012. 589-604. (link to full text(155.0 KB))

To dare to or not to: Is auxiliarization reversible?” In: Van linden, An; Verstraete, Jean-Christophe & Davidse, Kristin (Hrsg.)  Formal Evidence in Grammaticalization Research. (Typological Studies in Language.) Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins, 2010. 289-325.

“All beginnings are light: A study of upbeat phenomena at the syntax-phonology interface.” Journal of English Linguistics 37 (2009). 61-87. (link to full text)

“Consonant or ‘vowel’? A diachronic study of the status of initial ‹h› from early Middle English to nineteenth-century English.” In: Minkova, Donka (Hrsg.) Phonological Weakness in English: From Old to Present-Day English.Houndsmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire and New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan. 2009. 168-196.

“Weak segments and syllable structure in Middle English.” In: Minkova, Donka (Hrsg.) Phonological Weakness in English: From Old to Present-Day English. Houndsmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire and New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan. 2009. 199-236.

(mit Günter Rohdenburg) “Introduction.” In: Rohdenburg, Günter & Schlüter, Julia (Hrsg.) One Language, Two Grammars? Differences between British and American English. (SEL.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2009. 1-12.

“Phonology and grammar.” In: Rohdenburg, Günter & Schlüter, Julia (Hrsg.) One Language, Two Grammars? Differences between British and American English. (SEL.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2009. 108-129.

“The conditional subjunctive.” In: Rohdenburg, Günter & Schlüter, Julia (Hrsg.) One Language, Two Grammars? Differences between British and American English. (SEL.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2009. 277-305.

(mit Günter Rohdenburg) “New Departures.” In: Rohdenburg, Günter & Schlüter, Julia (Hrsg.) One Language, Two Grammars? Differences between British and American English. (SEL.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2009. 364-423.

“Constraints on the attributive use of ‘predicative-only’ adjectives: A reassessment.” In: Gisborne, Nikolas & Trousdale, Graeme (Hrsg.) Constructional Explanations in English Grammar. (TiEL.) Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter. 2008. 164-179. (link to full text(213.9 KB))

“A small word of great interest: The allomorphy of the indefinite article as a diagnostic of sound change from the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries.” In: Ritt, Nikolaus; Schendl, Herbert; Dalton-Puffer, Christiane & Kastovsky, Dieter (Hrsg.) Medieval English and its Heritage: Structure, Meaning and Mechanisms of Change. Frankfurt: Lang. 2006. 37-59.

“Phonological determinants of grammatical variation in English: Chomsky’s worst possible case.” In: Rohdenburg, Günter & Mondorf, Britta (Hrsg.) Determinants of Grammatical Variation in English. (TiEL 43.) Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter. 2003. 69-118. (link to full text(361.5 KB))

“Morphology recycled: The Principle of Rhythmic Alternation at work in Early and Late Modern English grammatical variation.” In: Fanego, Teresa; López-Couso, María José & Pérez-Guerra, Javier (Hrsg.) English Historical Syntax and Morphology: Selected Papers from 11 ICEHL, Santiago de Compostela, 7-11 September 2000. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins. 2002. 255-281.

„Das Prinzip der rhythmischen Alternation in der englischen Syntax: Empirische Fakten und theoretische Implikationen.“ In: Rapp, Reinhard (Hrsg.) Sprachwissenschaft auf dem Weg in das dritte Jahrtausend: Akten des 34. Linguistischen Kolloquiums in Germersheim 1999. Teil I: Text, Bedeutung, Kommunikation. Frankfurt am Main: Lang. 2002. 197-205.

“Why worser is better: The double comparative in 16th- to 17th-century English.” Language Variation and Change 13 (2001). 193-208. (link to full text)

(mit Günter Rohdenburg) „Determinanten grammatischer Variation im Früh- und Spätneuenglischen.“ Sprachwissenschaft 25 (2000). 443-496.