Dr. Marcel Schlechtweg

 

University of Kassel

Department of English and American Studies

English Linguistics

Kurt-Wolters-Straße 5

34125 Kassel

Germany

 

schlechtweg@uni-kassel.de

 

 

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Recent publications

My and Holden Härtl's paper Do we pronounce quotation? An analysis of name-informing and non-name-informing contexts has been published in Language and Speech.

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My paper The compound-phrase divide and the lexicon: Insights from non-lexicalized adjective-noun combinations in German has been published in Lingua 227.

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My paper The naming potential of compounds and phrases: An empirical study on German adjective-noun constructions has been published in Word Structure 11(3).

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Current work

Schlechtweg, Marcel (ed.). 2020. The learnability of complex constructions from a cross-linguistic perspective (Trends in Linguistics: Studies and Monographs). Berlin: De Gruyter. (accepted with minor revision). 

 

Schlechtweg, Marcel. 2020. Introduction. To appear in Schlechtweg, Marcel (ed.), The learnability of complex constructions from a cross-linguistic perspective (Trends in Linguistics: Studies and Monographs). Berlin: De Gruyter. (accepted with minor revision). 

 

Schlechtweg, Marcel & Heinrichs, Melina & Linnenkohl, Marcel. 2020. Differences in acoustic detail: The realization of syncretic nouns in German. To appear in Schlechtweg, Marcel (ed.), The learnability of complex constructions from a cross-linguistic perspective (Trends in Linguistics: Studies and Monographs). Berlin: De Gruyter. (accepted with minor revision). 

 

 

Upcoming workshop

Holden Härtl and I will organize the workshop Expressing the use-mention distinction: An empirical perspective at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the German Linguistic Society in Hamburg, Germany, from March 4 through 6, 2020.

 

 

Upcoming talk

Schlechtweg, Marcel and Härtl, Holden. 2020. The acoustics of name-informing quotation. Talk at the workshop Prosody in Speech Signal, Perception and Gestures at the 43rd Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW) Conference, Berlin, Germany, March 31.  

 

 

Current courses

University of Kassel, Germany

Fall / Winter 2019/20

Experimental Pragmatics

Syntactic Theory