List of John Benjamins publications for which Sandra Waldenberger plays a role.
Cliticization of definite articles to prepositions in Middle High German – early stages of grammaticalization? A qualitative study Walking on the Grammaticalization Path of the Definite Article: Functional Main and Side Roads, Szczepaniak, Renata and Johanna Flick (eds.), pp. 129–1602020
The subject of this contribution is clitic forms of preposition and definite article in Middle High German (AD 1050–1350). Given the fact that some of these contractions (e.g. am, im, ins, zum, zur) have, in varying degrees, undergone grammaticalization and have been integrated into the system of… read more | Chapter
Lexicalization of PPs to adverbs in historic varieties of German Adverbs: Functional and diachronic aspects, Pittner, Karin, Daniela Elsner and Fabian Barteld (eds.), pp. 179–2062015
Taking PPs that become adverbs as an example, this contribution addresses the question how lexicalization processes can be observed empirically in a corpus of historic texts. Even though language change is often described as change from an earlier A (here: PP, syntagm) to a later B (here: adverb,… read more | Article