List of John Benjamins publications for which Eva Schultze-Berndt plays a role.
Two classes of verbs in Northern Australian languages: Implications for the typology of polycategoriality. Lexical Polycategoriality: Cross-linguistic, cross-theoretical and language acquisition approaches, Vapnarsky, Valentina and Edy Veneziano (eds.), pp. 243–2712017.
This paper discusses some of the implications for the typology of parts of speech – including the notion of polycategoriality – of the existence, in some Australian languages, of two clearly distinct lexical categories which meet the common definition of “verb”. Both appear exclusively in… read more | Chapter
Constructions in language description. The Interaction of Data, Description, and Theory in Linguistics: Functional perspectives, McGregor, William B. (ed.), pp. 269–3102003.
This paper addresses some rarely-discussed theoretical and methodological issues in the application of a monostratal, construction-based linguistic model to language description. Constructions, in this approach, are defined as complex, schematic signs which are non-compositional, i.e. which have to… read more | Article
Ideophone-like characteristics of uninflected predicates in Jaminjung (Australia). Ideophones, Voeltz, F.K. Erhard and Christa Kilian-Hatz (eds.), pp. 355–3732001.