Martin Krämer

List of John Benjamins publications for which Martin Krämer plays a role.


Fábregas, Antonio and Martin Krämer. 2020. Why prefixes (almost) never participate in vowel harmony. Lexical Issues in the Architecture of the Language Faculty, Padovan, Andrea (ed.), pp. 84–111
One of the most common ways of morphological marking is affixation, morphemes are classified according to their position. In languages with affixal morphology, suffixes and prefixes are the most common types of affixes. Despite several proposals, it has been impossible to identify solid… read more | Article
Krämer, Martin. 2016. Variation and change in Italian phonology: On the mutual dependence of grammar and lexicon in Optimality Theory. Theoretical Approaches to Linguistic Variation, Bidese, Ermenegildo, Federica Cognola and Manuela Caterina Moroni (eds.), pp. 205–236
In this paper I discuss the influence of language acquisition and borrowing on the reorganisation of grammar and lexicon in the development from Latin into Italian. We will have a look at the historical sequencing of the introduction of new phonological processes, velar palatalization, mid vowel… read more | Article
In this paper, I present new data from a nonce-word test that give us further insight into the synchronic status of the phonological process of velar palatalisation in Standard Italian. Velar palatalisation applies in the plural forms of some nouns and in some it does not. When confronted with… read more | Article
In Italian, main stress can be found on any of the last three syllables of a word. There is general consent that this is due to lexical stress. The analyses on default stress assignment diverge. Authors disagree on whether the language is quantitysensitive or not and on whether default stress falls… read more | Article