List of John Benjamins publications for which Ulrike Demske plays a role.
ISSN 0176-4225 | E-ISSN 1569-9714
The Diachrony of Infinitival Patterns: Their origin, development and loss
Edited by Ulrike Demske and Łukasz Jędrzejowski
Special issue of Journal of Historical Linguistics 5:1 (2015) v, 174 pp.
Subjects Historical linguistics
The grammaticalization of the definite article in German: From demonstratives to weak definites Walking on the Grammaticalization Path of the Definite Article: Functional Main and Side Roads, Szczepaniak, Renata and Johanna Flick (eds.), pp. 43–742020
The present paper looks into the grammaticalization of the definite article in the history of German. Starting with the well-known emergence of the definite article from a demonstrative pronoun over the course of Old High German (750–1050), I will consider the rise of so-called weak definites in… read more | Chapter
Review of Haegeman (2012): Adverbial Clauses, Main Clause Phenomena, and the Composition of the Left Periphery Studies in Language 39:1, pp. 236–2442015
Towards coherent infinitival patterns in the history of German The Diachrony of Infinitival Patterns: Their origin, development and loss, Demske, Ulrike and Łukasz Jędrzejowski (eds.), pp. 6–402015
According to Haider (2010), we have to distinguish three types of infinitival complements in Present-Day German: (i) CP complements, (ii) VP complements and (iii) verbal clusters. While CP complements give rise to biclausal structures, VP complements and verbal clusters indicate a monoclausal… read more | Article
Review of Donhauser, Fischer & Mecklenburg (2007): The Mouton Interactive Introduction to Historical Linguistics of German Diachronica 26:1, pp. 117–1242009
Raising patterns in Old High German Grammatical Change and Linguistic Theory: The Rosendal papers, Eythórsson, Thórhallur (ed.), pp. 143–1722008