Publications

Publications:

Bade, Nadine (2016): “Obligatory Presupposition Triggers in Discourse – Empirical Foundations of the theories Maximize Presupposition and Obligatory Implicatures”. Ph. D. Dissertation, University of Tübingen.

Bade, Nadine & Tiemann, Sonja (2016): “Obligatory Triggers under Negation”. Proceedings of SUB 20, University of Tübingen.

Beck, S. (2016). Discourse related readings of scalar particles. In M. Moroney, C. R. Little, J. Collard & D. Burgdorf (Eds.), Proceedings of SALT 26, 142-165.

Beck, S. (2016). Temporal noch/still and further-to readings of German noch. In N. Bade, P. Berezovskaya & A. Schöller (Eds.), Proceedings of SUB 20, 4-25.

Schwarz, Florian & Tiemann, Sonja (2016): „Presupposition Projection in Online Processing“. Journal of Semantics, Advance Access Published March 17th, 1-46

Patel-Grosz, Pritty & Beck, Sigrid (2014): “Revisiting again: The view from Kutchi Gujarati”. Proceedings of SUB 18, University of the Basque Country.

Bade, Nadine (2014): “Exhaustive Interpretation and the presupposition of ‘too'”. Proceedings of SUB 18, University of the Basque Country.

Under Review:

Bade, Nadine (Under Revision). “Obligatory additives as a window into exhaustivity implicatures”, Manuscript, University of Tübingen [Submitted to: Natural Language Semantics].

Talks:

Bade, Nadine (2016): „Additives as a window into local exhaustivity implicatures“. Annual Meeting of XPrag.de 2016, University of Tübingen.  [Link]

Bade, Nadine (2015/16): “Obligatory presuppositions as a window into exhaustivity implicatures”.
– Invited Talk. Synsem Colloquium, University of Potsdam.
– Invited Talk. University of Graz.
– Invited Talk. University of Göttingen.

Bade, Nadine & Tiemann, Sonja (2015): “Obligatory triggers under negation”.  SUB 20, University of Tübingen.

Beck, Sigrid (2016): “Discouse related reading of scalar particles”. Invited Talk. SALT 26, University of Texas.

Beck, Sigrid (2016): “Towards a model of incremental composition”, SUB 21, University of Edinburgh.

Beck, Sigrid (2015): “Temporal noch/still and further-too readings of German’noch'”. SUB 20, University of Tübingen.

Beck, Sigrid (2015): “Interpretation of echo-questions”. Annual Conference of the German Linguistic Society (DGfS), Universtiy of Leipzig.

Tiemann, Sonja (2015): “Presuppositions in the scope of quantifying expressions: Eye tracking data”. SALT 25, Stanford University.

Tiemann, Sonja & Bade, Nadine (2015): “Experimental evidence for the difference between soft and hard triggers”. Experimental Pragmatics (XPRAG), University of Chicago.

Bade, Nadine (2013): “Obligatory Presuppositions and Exhaustive Interpretation”, International Conference of Linguistics (ICL), Geneva.

Recent and Upcoming Talks:

Bade, N. (2017). “Cross-linguistic variation in pragmatics: Maximize Presupposition vs. Obligatory Implicatures in Ga (Kwa),” GLOW in Asia.

Bade, N. (2017). “Cross-linguistic variation in pragmatics: Maximize Presupposition vs. Obligatory Implicatures in Ga (Kwa),” Workshop on Crosslinguistic Pragmatics, ZAS Berlin

Posters:

Bade, Nadine (2016): “Obligatory Additives as a window into local exhaustivity implicatures”, SUB 21, University of Edinburgh.

Bade, Nadine & Tiemann, Sonja (2015): “Domain Restriction Presupposed”. Experimental Pragmatics (XPRAG), University of Chicago.

Bade, Nadine & Tiemann, Sonja (2015): “Obligatroy triggers under negation”. Annual Meeting of XPrag.de, University of Göttingen.

Patel-Grosz, Pritty & Beck, Sigrid (2014): “Revisiting again: The view from Kutchi Gujarati”. Proceedings of SUB 18, University of the Basque Country.

Bade, Nadine (2013): “Exhaustive Interpretation and the Presupposition of “too””. Sinn und Bedeutung (SUB 18), University of the Basque Country.

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