List of John Benjamins publications for which Josef Bayer plays a role.
Edited by Josef Bayer, Roland Hinterhölzl and Andreas Trotzke
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 226] 2015. v, 253 pp.
Subjects Discourse studies | Generative linguistics | Pragmatics | Syntax | Theoretical linguistics
Linguistic Theory and South Asian Languages: Essays in honour of K. A. Jayaseelan
Edited by Josef Bayer, Tanmoy Bhattacharya and M.T. Hany Babu
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 102] 2007. x, 282 pp.
Subjects Generative linguistics | Syntax | Theoretical linguistics
Clausal ellipsis: Deletion or selective spell-out? Linguistics in the Netherlands 2020, Tribushinina, Elena and Mark Dingemanse (eds.), pp. 23–372020
This article compares two alternatives to the standard movement-and-deletion approach to clausal ellipsis, which postulates deletion of TP after the remnants of ellipsis are (sometimes exceptionally) A′-moved into the left periphery of the clause. One alternative is the in-situ approach, which… read more | Article
The derivation and interpretation of left peripheral discourse particles Discourse-oriented Syntax, Bayer, Josef, Roland Hinterhölzl and Andreas Trotzke (eds.), pp. 13–402015
German discourse particles are known to appear in clause-medial position and to resist displacement to the left or to the right. Nevertheless, there seems to be an exception: discourse particles in interrogatives can be moved to the left as a consequence of forming a constituent with a wh-phrase.… read more | Article
Issues in discourse-oriented syntax Discourse-oriented Syntax, Bayer, Josef, Roland Hinterhölzl and Andreas Trotzke (eds.), pp. 1–122015
Syntactic and phonological properties of wh-operators and wh-movement in Bavarian Bavarian Syntax: Contributions to the theory of syntax, Grewendorf, Günther and Helmut Weiß (eds.), pp. 23–502014
Wh-movement is less uniform than suggested by the standard theory of generative grammar. Bavarian provides evidence that word-size wh-operators have syntactic as well as phonological properties of functional heads rather than genuine phrases. At the core of the analysis is the intuition that… read more | Article
Wh-drop and recoverability Structure Preserved: Studies in syntax for Jan Koster, Zwart, C. Jan-Wouter and Mark de Vries (eds.), pp. 31–402010
Introduction Linguistic Theory and South Asian Languages: Essays in honour of K. A. Jayaseelan, Bayer, Josef, Tanmoy Bhattacharya and M.T. Hany Babu (eds.), pp. 1–112007
Clause Union and Clausal Position The Function of Function Words and Functional Categories, Dikken, Marcel den and Christina Tortora (eds.), pp. 79–1132005
3. Non-nominative subjects in comparison Non-nominative Subjects: Volume 1, Bhaskararao, Peri and Karumuri V. Subbarao (eds.), pp. 49 ff.2004
Bound Focus or How can Association with Focus be Achieved without Going Semantically Astray? The Grammar of Focus, Rebuschi, Georges and Laurice Tuller (eds.), pp. 55 ff.1999
CP-Extraposition as Argument Shift Rightward Movement, Beermann, Dorothee, David LeBlanc and Henk van Riemsdijk (eds.), pp. 37 ff.1997
German particles in modular grammar: Neurolinguistic evidence Discourse Particles: Descriptive and theoretical investigations on the logical, syntactic and pragmatic properties of discourse particles in German, Abraham, Werner (ed.), pp. 253 ff.1991
Interpretive Islands: Evidence for Connectedness and Global Harmony in Logical form Scrambling and Barriers, Grewendorf, Günther and Wolfgang Sternefeld (eds.), pp. 341 ff.1990