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2006, September 21-23
Barcelona: Universitat Pompeu Fabra


Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 11

Estela Puig-Waldmüller (ed.), Barcelona: Universitat Pompeu Fabra, May 2007.

> Conference: Sinn un Bedeutung 11, September 21-23, 2006, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Organization: Louise McNally

Sponsors: Sinn und Bedeutung 11 was made possible thanks to financial support from the Spanish Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia, the Agència de Gestió d'Ajuts Universitaris i de Recerca of the Generalitat de Catalunya, and the Departament de Traducció i Filologia, UPF.

> Proceedings:

Table of contents + Preface (pdf)

Articles (pdf):

Márta Abrusán: Even and free choice any in Hungarian
Maria Aloni: Free choice and exhaustification: An account of subtrigging effects
Ana Arregui: Being me, being you : Pronoun puzzles in modal contexts
Maria Averintseva-Klisch, Fabienne Salfner: German PP-dislocations to the left and to the right: Against a symmetric approach
Asaf Bachrach, Roni Katzir: Spelling out QR
Gilad Ben-Avi, Yoad Winter: A modular approach to intensionality
Anton Benz: On relevance scale approaches
Adrian Brasoveanu: Donkey pluralities: Plural information states vs. Non-atomic individuals
Ivano Caponigro, Jon Sprouse: Rhetorical questions as questions
Elena Castroviejo Miró: A degree-based account of wh-exclamatives in Catalan
Candice Chi Hang Cheung: The syntax and semantics of bare conditionals in Chinese
Carmen Dobrovie-Sorin, Alda Mari: Constraints on quantificational domains: Generic plural des indefinites in French
Heiner Drenhaus, Joanna Blaszczak, Juliane Schütte: Some psycholinguistic comments on NPI licensing
Christian Ebert, Cornelia Endriss: Functional topics
Regine Eckardt: Inherent focus on wh-phrases
Urtzi Etxeberria: Existentially interpreted definites
Berit Gehrke: Putting path in place
Bart Geurts: Implicature as a discourse phenomenon
Elena Guerzoni, Dongsik Lim: Even if, factivity and focus
Javier Gutiérrez-Rexach: Beyond the (in)definiteness restriction: A unified semantics for have
Valentine Hacquard: Speaker-oriented vs. Subject-oriented modals: A split in implicative behavior
Yurie Hara: On quantification over questions: A case study of exhaustification in Japanese
Klaus von Heusinger, Johannes Wespel: Indefinite proper names and quantification over manifestations
Ekaterina Jasinskaja: Nominal restatement
Kristin M. Jóhannsdóttir: The posture verb progressive in Icelandic
Min-Joo Kim, Stefan Kaufmann: Domain restriction in freedom of choice: A view from Korean indet-na items
Mana Kobuchi-Philip: Semantics of the cardinal partitive construction
Dimitra Lazaridou-Chatzigoga: Free choice items and definiteness: Evidence from Greek
Emar Maier Proper names as rigid presuppositions
Eric McCready: Context shifting in questions and elsewhere
Brian Reese, Nicholas Asher: Prosody and the interpretation of tag questions
Ingo Reich: What asymmetric coordination in German tells us about the syntax and semantics of conditionals
Robert van Rooij: How to donkey FC- and NPI- any
Manfred Sailer: Complement Anaphora and Negative Polarity Items
Galit W. Sassoon: The logic of the typicality judgments
Uli Sauerland, Mathias Schenner: Embedded evidentials in Bulgarian
Uli Sauerland: Focus dependency as structure sharing
Roland Schäfer: On frequency adjectives
Bernhard Schwarz: Reciprocal equatives
Tamina Stephenson: A parallel account of epistemic modals and predicates of personal taste
Peter de Swart, Helen de Hoop: Semantic aspects of differential object marking
Lynsey Wolter: Situation variables and licensing by modification in opaque demonstratives
Malte Zimmermann: Quantifying question particles in German: syntactic effects on interpretation


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