List of John Benjamins publications for which Ingo Feldhausen plays a role.
Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 15: Selected papers from 'Going Romance' 30, Frankfurt
Edited by Ingo Feldhausen, Martin Elsig, Imme Kuchenbrandt and Mareike Neuhaus
[Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory, 15] 2019. vii, 358 pp.
Subjects Romance linguistics | Theoretical linguistics
Sentential Form and Prosodic Structure of Catalan
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 168] 2010. xiii, 285 pp.
Subjects Generative linguistics | Phonology | Romance linguistics | Syntax | Theoretical linguistics
The Relation between Prosody and Syntax: The case of different types of Left-Dislocations in Spanish. Intonational Grammar in Ibero-Romance: Approaches across linguistic subfields, Armstrong, Meghan E., Nicholas Henriksen and Maria del Mar Vanrell (eds.), pp. 153–1802016.
This paper sheds new light on the validity of claims in the syntactic literature concerning the prosody of (a) hanging topic left-dislocations (HTLDs), (b) clitic left-dislocations (CLLDs) and (c) left-dislocations without a resumptive pronoun in Spanish. It is typically assumed that HTLDs but not… read more | Article
Diachronic prosody of a contact variety: Analyzing Porteño Spanish spontaneous speech. Multilingual Individuals and Multilingual Societies, Braunmüller, Kurt and Christoph Gabriel (eds.), pp. 365–3902012.
This paper presents a micro-diachronic study of the prosody of Porteño, the Spanish variety spoken in Buenos Aires, by comparing spontaneous speech data collected in 1983 with comparable recordings made in 2008. Porteño Spanish is said to be influenced by Italian due to massive immigration between… read more | Article
Prosodic phrasing in Porteño Spanish. Intonational Phrasing in Romance and Germanic: Cross-linguistic and bilingual studies, Gabriel, Christoph and Conxita Lleó (eds.), pp. 153–1822011.
This paper deals with prosodic phrasing in Porteño Spanish, the urban vernacular of Buenos Aires. Concerning its prosody, Porteño is often described as more closely resembling Italian than other Spanish dialects. While recent work largely focuses on Italian’ features in the domain of pitch accents,… read more | Article