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LINGUISTICA TEDESCA - : Text von Uhmann 1991

Data pubblicazione: 26/03/2014

 Liebe Leute,

 

im Anhang findet ihr den Text von Uhmann; wir werden das nächste Mal Sektion 5.1 und Teil der Sektion 5.2

besprechen. lg, RH

File allegato: 11002520_Prosodie.Uhmann1.pdf

LINGUA TEDESCA 1 - Classe 1: capitolo di Meola della morfologia

Data pubblicazione: 25/03/2014

Liebe Leute,

 

hier kommt das Kapitel von di Meola zur Morphologie.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

File allegato: 11001509_Meola_morfologia.pdf

LINGUISTICA TEDESCA - : Text2 von Uhmann 1991

Data pubblicazione: 16/04/2014

 Liebe Leute,

 

hier kommt der versprochene Text von Uhmann. Kapitel 5.3

File allegato: 11066026_Prosodie.Uhmann2.pdf

 

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Attività e competenze di ricerca

Settore Scientifico Disciplinare (SSD) di afferenza
Aree e linee di ricerca

Competenze di ricerca

linguistica teorica

Parole Chiave
  • Humanities
Codice ATECO
  • [72] - ricerca scientifica e sviluppo

filologia germanica

Parole Chiave
  • Humanities
Codice ATECO
  • [72] - ricerca scientifica e sviluppo

sintassi, prosodia e pragmatica

Parole Chiave
  • Humanities
Codice ATECO
  • [72] - ricerca scientifica e sviluppo

Ricerche sviluppate e in corso

Word order variation and change in Germanic

SSD
  • L-LIN/14

Modal particles in Italian and German

SSD
Altri membri del gruppo di ricerca

Word order change and the development of determiners in Germanic and Romance languages

SSD
  • L-LIN/14
Altri membri del gruppo di ricerca

Finanziamenti

Word order Variation and Change in Germanic

Ente finanziatore
  • DFG
Tipologia
  • SFB
Ruolo nel progetto
  • PT
Sito di progetto
  • Berlino-Potsdam
Data inizio
  • Anno: 2011 Durata mesi: 48

Modal particles in German and Italian

Ente finanziatore
  • ZAS Berlin
Tipologia
  • progetto individuale
Ruolo nel progetto
  • PT
Sito di progetto
  • Berlino
Data inizio
  • Anno: 2011 Durata mesi: 24

Aree geografiche in cui si applica prevalentemente l'esperienza di ricerca

Internazionale: Europa, America Settentrionale

Lingue conosciute

  • tedesco (scritto: madrelingua, parlato: madrelingua)
  • inglese (scritto: avanzato, parlato: avanzato)
  • italiano (scritto: base, parlato: intermedio)

Pubblicazioni per Anno

2013

  • R. Hinterholzl (Dis)Harmonic word order and phase-based restrictions on phrasing and spell-out in T. Biberauer and M. Sheehan, Theoretical Approaches to Disharmonic Word orders, Oxford University Press, pp. 162-189 (ISBN 9780199684359) (Articolo su libro)
  • HINTERHOLZL R. Ordini VO nella storia del tedesco, Introduzione alla linguistica del mocheno, Torino, Rosenberg and Sellier, pp. 85-104 (ISBN 9788878852174) (Articolo su libro)
  • Hinterholzl R. Economy Conditions and Coreference: from minimal pronouns to referential acts. Working Papers in Scandinavian Syntax 92, 1 - 35. Center of Language and Literature, Lund University, ISSN: 1100-097x, Lund, Christer Platzack, Center of language and literature, University of Lund, vol. 91, pp. 1-35 (Working paper)

2012

  • Hinterholzl R. Studies on basic word order, word order variation and word order change in Germanic (Habilitationschrift, Humboldt-Universitaet 2008), Venezia, Venice Working papers in Linguistics.Dipartimento di studi linguistici e culturali comparati, Università Ca Foscari, ISSN: 2037-7940, vol. 22, pp. 1-116 (Monografia o trattato scientifico)
  • Hinterholzl R. Some Notes on Scrambling and Object Shift in Johan Brandler,;David Hakansson; Stefan Huber; Eva Klingvall, Discourse and Grammar: A Festschrift in Honour of Valeria Molnar, Lund, Center for Languages and Literature, Lund University, pp. 305-321 (ISBN 9789163704116) (Articolo su libro)
  • Hinterholzl R., van Kemenade A. The interaction between syntax, information structure, and prosody in word order change. in Terttu Nevalainen; Elizabeth Closs-Traugott, The Oxford Handbook of the History of English, Oxford University Press, pp. 803-821 (ISBN 9780199922765) (Articolo su libro)

2011

  • Hinterholzl R. How prosody restricts the syntax in Mara Frascarelli, Structures and meanings: Cross-theoretical perspectives, Paris, L'Harmattan, pp. 81-99 (ISBN 9788878921832) (Articolo su libro)
  • Hinterholzl R., Petrova S. Rhetorical relations and verb placement in OHG in C. Berry; M. Grabsky, Salience: Multidisciplinary perspectives on its function in discourse, Berlin, Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 173-201 (ISBN 9783110240726) (Articolo su libro)

2010

  • Hinterholzl R., Petrova S. From V1 to V2 in West Germanic, in LINGUA, vol. 120, pp. 315-328 (ISSN 0024-3841) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Petrova S., Hinterholzl R. Evidence for two types of focus positions in OHG in Gisella Ferraresi; Rosemarie Lühr , Diachronic Studies on Information Structure: language acquisition and change, Berlin, Walter de Gruyter, pp. 189-215 (ISBN 9783110227468) (Articolo su libro)
  • Hinterholzl R. Information Structure and Unmarked Word order in (Older) Germanic. in Fery C., Zimmermann M., Information Structure from different Perspectives, Oxford University Press, pp. 282-304 (ISBN 9780199570959) (Articolo su libro)
  • Hinterholzl R. Zur Herausbildung der Satzklammer im Deutschen: ein Plädoyer für eine informationsstrukturelle Analyse. in Arne Ziegler, Historische Textgrammatik und historische Syntax des Deutschen, Berlin, Walter de Gruyter, pp. 121-138 (ISBN 9783110219944) (Articolo su libro)
  • Hinterholzl R. Collapsing the Head Final Filter and the Head Complement Parameter: Venice Working Papers in Linguistics, Università Ca Foscari, Dipartimento di studi linguistici e culturali comparati, ISSN: 2037-7940., Venezia, Dipartimento di studi linguistici e culturali comparati University of Venice, Ca Foscari, vol. 20, pp. 35-65 (Working paper)

2009

  • Hinterholzl R. A Phase-based Comparative Approach to modification and word order in Germanic., in SYNTAX, vol. 12:3, pp. 242-284 (ISSN 1368-0005) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Hinterholzl R. Predicate Doubling and VP-topicalisation in German, in THEORETICAL LINGUISTICS, vol. 35:2-3, pp. 261-267 (ISSN 0301-4428) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Hinterholzl R. The IPP-Effect, phrasal affixes and repair strategies in the syntax-morphology interface, in LINGUISTISCHE BERICHTE, vol. 218, pp. 191-215 (ISSN 0024-3930) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Hinterholzl R., Petrova S. Introduction in Hinterholzl R., Petrova S., Information Structure and Language Change, in TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS. STUDIES AND MONOGRAPHS, Berlin, New York, Mouton de Gruyter, vol. 203, pp. 1-13 (ISBN 9783110205916) (ISSN 1861-4302) (Articolo su libro)
  • Hinterholzl R. The Role of Information Structure in Word Order Variation and Word order Change. in Roland Hinterholzl; Svetlana Petrova , Information Structure and Language Change, in TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS. STUDIES AND MONOGRAPHS, Mouton de Gruyter, vol. 203, pp. 45-66 (ISBN 9783110205916) (ISSN 1861-4302) (Articolo su libro)
  • (a cura di) Hinterholzl R., Petrova S. Information Structure and Language Change, in TRENDS IN LINGUISTICS. STUDIES AND MONOGRAPHS, Mouton de Gruyter (ISBN 9783110205916) (ISSN 1861-4302) (Curatela)

2008

  • Fleischer J., Hinterholzl R., Solf M. Zum Quellenwert des althochdeutschen Tatian fuer die Syntaxforschung. Ueberlegungen auf der Basis von Worststellungsphaenomenen., in ZGL. ZEITSCHRIFT FÜR GERMANISTISCHE LINGUISTIK, vol. 36, pp. 213-243 (ISSN 0301-3294) (Articolo su rivista)
  • Hinterholzl R. Review of Narrow Syntax and Phonological Form, in LINGUISTISCHE BERICHTE, vol. 215, pp. 377-382 (ISSN 0024-3930) (Recensione in rivista)

2007

  • Frascarelli M., Hinterholzl R. Types of Topics in German and Italian in Susanne Winkler, Kerstin Schwabe, On Information Structure, Meaning and Form, John Benjamins, pp. 87-116 (ISBN 9789027233646) (Articolo su libro)

2006

  • HINTERHOLZL R. Scrambling, Remnant Movement, and Restructuring in West Germanic, New York, Oxford University Press (ISBN 9780195308204) (Monografia o trattato scientifico)
  • Hinterholzl R. The Phase Condition and Cyclic Spell-out: Evidence from VP-topicalization in Mara Frascarelli , Phases of Interpretation, Mouton de Gruyter, vol. 91, pp. 237-259 (ISBN 9783110186840) (Articolo su libro)

2005

  • Hinterholzl R., Petrova S., Solf M. Diskurspragmatische Faktoren fuer die Topikalität und Verbstellung in der althochdeutschen Tatianübersetzung in S. Ishihara; M. Schmitz,; A. Schwarz , Approaches and Findings in oral, written and gestural language, Universitätsverlag Potsdam, vol. 3, pp. 143-182 (ISBN 3937786015) (Articolo su libro)

2004

  • Hinterholzl R. Language Change versus Grammar Change: What diachronic data reveal about the distinction between core grammar and periphery in Eric Fuss ; Carola Trips , Diachronci Clues to Synchronic Grammar, John Benjamins, vol. 72, pp. 131-160 (ISBN 9789027227966) (Articolo su libro)
  • Hinterholzl R. Scrambling, Optionality and Non-Lexical Triggers in Anne Breitbarth; Henk van Riemsdijk , Triggers, Berlin, Mouton de Gruyter, vol. 75, pp. 173-203 (ISBN 9783110181395) (Articolo su libro)

2002

  • Hinterholzl R. Parametric Variation and Scrambling in English in C. Jan-Wouter Zwart; Werner Abraham, Studies in Comparative Germanic Syntax, Amsterdam/Philadelphia, John Benjamins, pp. 131-150 (ISBN 9027227748) (Articolo su libro)
  • Hinterholzl R. Remnant Movement and Partial Deletion in Artemis Alexiadou; Elena Anagnostopoulou; Sjef Barbiers; Hans-Martin Gaertner, Dimensions of Movement: From Features to Remnants, Amsterdam/Philadelphia, John Benjamins, vol. 48, pp. 127-150 (ISBN 9027227691) (Articolo su libro)

2001

  • Hinterholzl R. Event-related adjuncts and the OV/VO-distinction in Karine Megerdoomian; Leora Bar-el, WCCFL 20 Proceedings, Somerville, Cascadilla Press, vol. 20, pp. 276-289 (ISBN 1574730436) (Articolo su libro)
  • Hinterholzl R. Semantic Constraints on Case Agreement in Secondary Adjectival Predicates in Russian, Papers on Predicative Constructions, Berlin, Zentrum fuer allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, Berlin, vol. ZASPil 22, pp. 99-112, Convegno: Workshop on Secondary Predication, Berlin, 16-17 October 2000 (Articolo in Atti di convegno)

2000

  • HINTERHOLZL R. Licensing Movement and Stranding in the West Germanic OV-languages in Peter Svenonius, The derivation of VO and OV, Amsterdam, Philadelphia, John Benjamins, pp. 293-326 (ISBN 9027227527) (Articolo su libro)

1998

  • HINTERHOLZL R. The Syntax of IPP-construction and the structure of the lower middle field in West Germanic, UPENN Working papers in Linguistics, Philadelpphia, University of Pennsylvania, vol. 5.1, pp. 59-68, Convegno: University of Pennsylvania Colloquium in Linguistics (Articolo in Atti di convegno)

1997

  • HINTERHOLZL R. Infinitival Tense, Verb Raising and Verb Projection Raising, Proceedings of NELS 27, Amherst, Massachusetts, GLSA, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, pp. 187-201, Convegno: Proceedings of the North Eastern Conference of Linguistics Society, McGill University, Montreal, Ottobre 1996 (Articolo in Atti di convegno)

1995

  • Hinterholzl R. The passive implicit argument and the impersonal pronoun "man" in German, Proceedings of WECOL 94,7, CSLI, Stanford University, pp. 120-134, Convegno: WECOL 94 , University of California, Los Angeles, 1994 (Articolo in Atti di convegno)

Curriculum di Roland HINTERHOLZL

 

Curriculum Vitae

                                                             Roland Hinterhölzl

 

 

 

 

Università Ca Foscari, Venezia

Professor for German linguistics

Ca‘ Bembo, Dorsoduro 1075

30123 Venezia

email: rolandh@unive.it

Telefon: +39 041 2345735

born: 9.3.1964 in Wels, Austria

 

 

 

Education

 

since 9/2010               Associate Professor for German linguistics, Ca Foscari, Venezia

 

10/2009-2/2010          Guest Professor for German Linguistics, University of Vienna

 

July 2008                    Habilitation for General and German Linguistics, Humboldt-University of Berlin

 

3/2007-3/2010            member of the network “historical syntax” financed by the DFG

 

7/2003-7/2010            Project leader in the SFB-Project “The Role of Information-structure

                                   in the Development of Word order Regularities in Germanic”

 

since 1/2001               Assistant Professor at the Humboldt-University in Berlin

                                   Department of German linguistics

 

1998-2000                  Postdoctoral position at the Humboldt University in Berlin

                                   Graduate Program: Economy & Complexity in Language

 

1994-1998                  University of Southern California, Department of Linguistics

                                   PhD. Dissertation

1992-1994                  University of Southern California, Department of Linguistics

                                   MA in Linguistics

1990-1992                  University of Vienna

                                   Master in Philosophy

1984-1988                  University of Vienna

                                   BA in General Linguistics and Computational Linguistics

 

Habilitation

Title:                Studies on basic word order, word order variation and change in Germanic

Committee:     Prof. Karin Donhauser, Prof. Günther Grewendorf, Prof. Manfred Krifka

Ph.D. Dissertation

Title:               Restructuring Infinitives and the Theory of Complementation

Committee:     Barry Schein (chair), Joseph Aoun, Hilda Koopman, Jean Roger Vergnaud

Academic Awards

1990-1991      "Diplomstipendium" by the Austrian Federal Government

1997-1998      University of Southern California Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship Award

March 99        elected member in USC’s oldest all-University honor society Phi Kappa Phi

Professional Experience

2/89-8/90        scientific employee in the Project LILOG (linguistic and logical tools for text                            understanding) at the Scientific Center of IBM Germany, Stuttgart

9/90-5/91        diploma-program of IBM Germany in Stuttgart, supported by a diploma-                                  stipend from the Austrian Federal Government

2/92-8/92        visiting scientist in the Project LMT (lexical-based machine translation) at the                Scientific Center of IBM Germany, Heidelberg


 

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