Andreas Haida

 

Call for papers
Workshop: Information structure in non-assertive speech acts

Researcher
SFB 632 Information Structure
Project A2: Information Structure in Non-Assertive Speech Acts
Department of English and American Studies
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Office: Hegelplatz 2, Room 3.302
Mail address: Unter den Linden 6, 10099 Berlin
Tel: +49 - 30 - 2093 9718
Fax: +49 - 30 - 2093 9729
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Dissertation

Haida, Andreas (2007). ”The Indefiniteness and Focusing of Wh-Words.“ PhD thesis. Humboldt University Berlin.


Articles

Haida, Andreas & Sophie Repp (to appear). 'Only' in imperatives. In: Ana Aguilar, Anna Chernilovskaya & Rick Nouwen (eds.), Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 16. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics.

Haida, Andreas & Sophie Repp (to appear). Locality restrictions on sideward movement: An investigation of parasitic gaps, ATB constructions and question word coordinations. In: B. Suranyi (ed.), Minimalist Approaches to Syntactic Locality. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Haida, Andreas & Sophie Repp (to appear). Disjunction in wh-questions. Proceedings of NELS 40.

Haida, Andreas (2011) On the semantics and pragmatics of yes/no-questions, yes/no-question disjunctions, and alternative questions. Evidence from Chadic. (Ms.)

Haida, Andreas & Sophie Repp (2011). Monoclausal question word coordinations across languages. Proceedings of NELS 39. Edited by Suzi Lima, Kevin Mullin and Brian Smith.

Haida, Andreas & Sophie Repp (2010). Local and global implicatures in wh-question disjunctions. In: Maria Aloni, Harald Bastiaanse, Tikitu de Jager and Katrin Schulz (eds.), Logic, Language and Meaning. 17th Amsterdam Colloquium. Revised Selected Papers Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Volume 6042. Springer. pp. 63-73.
This is a short version of the NELS 40 paper, see above.

Haida, Andreas (2008). ”The indefiniteness and focusing of question words.“ T. Friedman and S. Ito (eds.), Proceedings of SALT XVIII, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University. URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/13045

Haida, Andreas (2007). ”Reconsidering the indirect dependency approach to wh-scope marking.“ In T. Friedman and M. Gibson (eds), SALT XVII, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University. pp.130-147.

Haida, Andreas (2005). ”Dynamic wh-terms.“ In P. Dekker and M. Franke (eds), 15th Amsterdam Colloquium Proceedings. Amsterdam: ILLC/Dept. of Philosophy. University of Amsterdam. pp. 95-100.

Haida, Andreas (2003). ” A focus semantics for interrogatives.“ In P. Dekker (ed), 14th Amsterdam Colloquium Proceedings. Amsterdam: ILLC/Dept. of Philosophy. University of Amsterdam.


Presentations

Necessity = Possibility = Necessity. Authoritative Acts on the Common Ground.
Talk together with Sophie Repp,
Theoretical Pragmatics TPrag 2011. ZAS Berlin: October 2011.

Imperatives, modals and quantificational inhomogeneity.
Talk together with Sophie Repp,
Sinn und Bedeutung 16. Utrecht University: September 2011.

“Local and global implicatures in wh-question disjunctions.”
Talk together with Sophie Repp,
17th Amsterdam Colloquium. University of Amsterdam: December 2009.

“(Proto-)Logophoricity in Tangale.”
Talk at NELS 40, MIT, Cambridge: November 2009.

“Disjunction in wh-questions.”
Talk together with Sophie Repp,
NELS 40, MIT, Cambridge: November 2009.

”The syntax and semantics of alternative questions in Chadic.“
Talk at Sinn und Bedeutung 14, Conference,
University of Vienna: September 2009.

”Disjunction and interrogativity: yes/no-question disjunctions in Chadic.“
Talk at Focus on Discourse and Context-dependence & DIP Colloquium, Workshop,
University of Amsterdam: September 2009.

“Locality restrictions on sideward movement.”
Talk together with Sophie Repp,
Minimalist Approaches to Syntaxtic Locality (MASL), Conference,
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Research Institute for Linguistics, Budapest: August 2009.

”Concealed questions in Chadic.“
Talk at FACQ: Frequently Asked Concealed Questions, Workshop,
University of Göttingen: June 2009

”Inkorporation und Kongruenz im Süd-Marghi (zentraltschadisch).“
(Incorporation and agreement in South-Marghi (Central Chadic)
Talk together with Katharina Hartmann,
GGS 2009, Conference,
University of Leipzig: May 2009.

”On the licensing and interpretation of in-situ wh-phrases.“
Poster presentation at NELS 39. Cornell University: November 2008.


Teaching

Syntax and semantics of tense. Advanced undergraduate class, HU Berlin (2011)

Languages in German schools: a contrastive view on German, Russian and Turkish.
Advanced undergraduate class, together with Sophie Repp, HU Berlin (2010)

Syntax and semantics: Introduction for Master students.
Introductory postgraduate class, 4 hours, together with Sophie Repp (2009, 2010)

Linguistics.
Introductory undergraduate class, HU Berlin (2008)

Question semantics.
Advanced undergraduate class, Universität Potsdam (2008)

Grammar models.
Introductory undergraduate class, HU Berlin (2006, 2007, 2008)

Semantics. Introductory undergraduate class, HU Berlin (2006, 2007, 2008)

Question syntax.
Advanced undergraduate class, Universität Potsdam (2002)

Optionality in syntax.
Advanced undergraduate class, Universität Potsdam (2001)