Jens Fleischhauer
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Department of General Linguistics, Düsseldorf

Publications

Books


Papers in journals, editied volums and proceedings

  • Fleischhauer, Jens, Thomas Gamerschlag & Wiebke Petersen. [in press]. A frame-analysis of the interplay of grammar and cognition in emission verbs. Jahrbuch der Deutschen Gesellschaft für kognitive Linguistik.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens. 2016. Degree expressions at the syntax-semantics interface. In Jens Fleischhauer, Anja Latrouite & Rainer Osswald (eds.). Exploring the Syntax-Semantics-Pragmatics Interface, pp. 209-246. Düsseldorf: Düsseldorf University Press.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens & Adrian Czardybon. 2016. The role of verbal prefixes and particlesin aspectual composition. Studies in Language 40 (1): 176-203.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens. 2015. Activation of Attributes in Frames. In V. Pirrelli, C. Marzi & M. Ferro (eds.). Word Structure and Word Usage, pp. 58-62. http://ceur-ws.org.
  • Czardybon, Adrian & Jens Fleischhauer. 2014. Definiteness and Perfectivity in Telic Incremental Theme Predications. In Doris Gerland, Christian Horn, Anja Latrouite & Albert Ortmann (eds.). Meaning and Grammar of Nouns and Verbs, pp. 373-400. Düsseldorf: Düsseldorf University Press.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens & Thomas Gamerschlag. 2014. We are going through changes: How change of state verbs and arguments combine in scale composition. Lingua 141, 30-47.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens. 2013. Interaction of telicity and degree gradation in change of state verbs. In Boban Arsenijevic, Berit Gehrke & Rafael Marin (eds.). Studies in Composition and Decomposition of Event Predicates, pp. 125-152. Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens. 2009. A phylogenetic interpretation of the Comparative Method. Journal of Language Relationship 2, 115-127.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens. 2009. Reply to Vladimir Belikov and Svetlana Burlak. Journal of Language Relationship 2, 132-138.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens. 2009. Netzwerkmodelle in der Historischen Sprachwissenschaft. In Heiner Fangerau & Thorsten Halling (eds.). Netzwerke: Allgemeine Theorie oder Universalmetapher in den Wissenschaften? Ein transdiziplinärer Überblick, pp. 49-70. Bielefeld: Transcript.
  • Petersen, Wiebke, Jens Fleischhauer, Hakan Beseoglu & Peter Bücker. 2008. A Frame-Based Analysis of Synaesthetic Metaphors. The Baltic International Yearbook of Cognition, Logic and Communication, 3(0).
  • Beseoglu, Hakan & Jens Fleischhauer. 2007. Dimension and Quality Concepts in Synaesthetic Metaphors. In Proceedings of EuroCogSci 07, pp. 710-715. London: Lawrence Erlbaum.
  • Werning, Markus, Jens Fleischhauer & Hakan Beseoglu. 2006. The cognitive accessibility of synaesthetic metaphors. In Proceedings of the Twenty-eighth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pp. 2365-70. London: Lawrence Erlbaum.


Reviews

  • Fleischhauer, Jens. 2017. Review of Olga Kagan, Scalarity in the Verbal Domain. Journal of Slavic Linguistics 25 (1): 131-140.
  • Ortmann, Albert & Jens Fleischhauer. 2016. Review of Ana Aguilar-Guevara, Bert Le Bruyn & Hoost Zwarts (eds.), Weak referentiality. Journal of Linguistics 52, 218-223.


Presentations

2018

  • Fleischhauer, Jens & Thomas Gamerschlag. Reflections on dynamicity, scalarity and telicity with special reference to fictive motion. Event Semantics 2017. Poster at Endpoints, scales, and results in the decomposition of verbal predicates. Berlin, Germany.

2017

  • Fleischhauer, Jens. When does perfectivity result in atelicity? - Aspectual composition in Polish. Workshop on Non-culminating, Irresultative and Atelic Readings of Telic Predicates. Stuttgart, Germany.
  • Gamerschlag, Thomas, Jens Fleischhauer & Wiebke Petersen. Why event structure templates are not enough - A frame account of bleeding and droning. TbiLLC 2017, Georgia.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens & Thomas Gamerschlag. Reflections on dynamicity, scalarity and telicity with special reference to fictive motion. Event Semantics 2017. Cologne, Germany.

2016

  • Fleischhauer, Jens & Mozhgan Neisani. Attributive and adverbial modification of light verb constructions in Persian. Event Semantics 2016. Düsseldorf, Germany.Fleischhauer, Jens & Mozhgan Neisani. Attributive and adverbial modification of light verb constructions in Persian. Event Semantics 2016. Düsseldorf, Germany.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens, Thomas Gamerschlag & Wiebke Petersen. A frame analysis of the interplay of grammar and cognition in Emission verbs. 7. DGKL (Konferenz der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Kognitive Linguistik). Duisburg/Essen, Germany.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens & Mozhgan Neisani. When 'punish severly' does not mean 'do a severe punishment' - modifying light verb constructions in Persian. Cognitive Strcutures: Linguistic, Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives. Düsseldorf, Germany.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens. Telicity does not depend on perfectivity – aspectual composition in Polish. Chronos 12. Caen, France.

2015

  • Fleischhauer, Jens. Animacy and affectedness in Germanic languages. Workshop on Animacy in Language and Cognition. Leeds, Great Britain.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens. The distribution and syntax of quantity and degree expressions. International Conference in Role & Reference Grammar 2015. Düsseldorf, Germany.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens & Albert Ortmann. Lost in Transitivity . Zur semantischen Basis von Linkingsplits. Generative Grammatik des Südens 2015. Wuppertal, Germany.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens, Thomas Gamerschlag & Wiebke Petersen. A frame analysis of the interplay of grammar and cognition in emission verbs. Formal Semantics meets Cognitive Semantics. Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens. Activating Attributes in Frames. NetWordS 2015. Pisa, Italy.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens The Activation of Attributes in Frames. Norwegian Graduate Student conference in Linguistics and Philology. Tromsö, Norway.

2014

  • Czardybon, Adrian & Jens Fleischhauer. Aspectual composition with verbal prefixes/particles in Germanic and Slavic languages. Conference on Concept Types and Frames in Language, Cognition, and Science. Düsseldorf, Germany.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens, Thomas Gamerschlag & Wiebke Petersen. Bleeding, droning and yowling in(to) frames. Conference on Concept Types and Frames in Language, Cognition, and Science. Düsseldorf, Germany.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens & Adrian Czardybon. Verbal prefixes/particles in aspectual composition. Theme session "Verbal prefixes and particels. Empirical research in grammatical aspect and lexical semantics." at SLE 2014. Posen, Poland.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens. Verbal scales and scale inaccessibility. 11. Workshop on Syntax, Semantics and Phonology (WoSSP 11). Barcelona, Spain.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens. Lexikalisierte und nicht lexikalisierte Skalen. Semantik & Pragmatik im Südwesten 6 (SPSW 6). Bielefeld, Germany.

2013

  • Fleischhauer, Jens. Degree adverbs and the layered structure of the clause. International Symposium on Verbs, Clauses, and Constructions (VCC). La Rioja, Spain.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens. Verbgraduierung an der Syntax-Semantik Schnittstelle. Semantik & Pragmatik im Südwesten 5 (SPSW 5). Saarbrücken, Germany.
  • Czardybon, Adrian and Jens Fleischhauer. Definiteness and perfectivity in telic incremental theme predications. 14. Norddeutsches Linguistisches Kolloquium. Halle, Germany.

2012

  • Osswald, Rainer, Robert D. Van Valin, jr., Jens Fleischhauer, Anja Latrouite & Koen Van Hooste. On the syntax-semantics interface of directed motion expressions. Conference on Concept Types and Frames in Language, Cognition, and Science. Düsseldorf, Germany.
  • Gamerschlag, Thomas & Jens Fleischhauer. Change of State Verbs and Scalar Underspecification. Conference on Concept Types and Frames in Language, Cognition, and Science. Düsseldorf, Germany.
  • Czardybon, Adrian & Jens Fleischhauer. Nominal determination, aspect, and telicity in Slavic languages. Conference on Concept Types and Frames in Language, Cognition, and Science. Düsseldorf, Germany.

2011

  • Fleischhauer, Jens. Modification vs. Quantification: Evidence for the distinction based on verb gradation. Workshop on Modification (with and without modifiers). Madrid, Spain.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens. Verb gradation at the Syntax-Semantics Interface. 8th Workshop on Syntax & Semantics. Paris, France.

2010

  • Fleischhauer, Jens & Thomas Gamerschlag. The interaction of verbs and arguments in scalar composition. Workshop on the Lexicon-Syntax Interface: Verb Meaning, Event Structure and Argument Structure. Barcelona, Spain.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens, Anja Latrouite & Rainer Osswald. Decomposition beyond event templates. Representation of events conference. Paris, France.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens & Mattis List. Biological Lumbering of Linguistic Trees. A Comparison of 'Old' and 'New School' Approaches to Phylogenetic Analyses in Historical Linguistics. Theories of Evolution in the Science of Man - Applying a network approach to the interdisciplinary transfer of ideas. Ulm, Germany.
  • Fleischhauer, Jens. Interaction of telicity and degree gradation of change of state verbs in German. Workshop on the Subatomic Semantics of Event Predicates. Barcelona, Spain.

2009

  • Fleischhauer, Jens. Telicity and open-scale gradation in German. Workshop Scalarity & Event Structure hosted by Chronos 9.

2007

  • Petersen, Wiebke, Jens Fleischhauer, Peter Bücker & Hakan Beseoglu. A frame-based analysis if synaesthetic metaphors. A Figure of Speech: Conference on Metaphor. 3rd International Symposium of Cognition, Logic and Communication. Riga, Latvia.
  • Beseoglu, Hakan & Jens Fleischhauer. Dimension and Quality Concepts in Synaesthetic Metaphors [Poster]. The Second European Cognitive Science Conference. Delphi, Greece.

2006

  • Werning, Markus, Jens Fleischhauer & Hakan Beseoglu. The cognitive accessibility of synaesthetic metaphors. The Twenty-eighth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Vancouver, Canada.

 


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Jens Fleischhauer                  Institute of Language and Information                       Department of General Linguistics   Heinrich-Heine University       Building 24.53.00.88
40225 Düsseldorf               Germany


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