Julia Nintemann (Wiss. Mitarbeiterin)

Linguistik / Allgemeine und vergleichende Sprachwissenschaft

Julia Nintemann

Büro: GW 2, A 3.540
Telefon: +49 (0)421 218-68303
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Stolz, Thomas & Julia Nintemann. 2024. Special Onymic Grammar in typological perspective: Cross-linguistic data, recurrent patterns, functional explanations (STTYP 34). Berlin, Boston: de Gruyter Mouton.

Nintemann, Julia & Nicole Hober. 2023. On the morphosyntax of place names vs. common nouns in pidgins and creoles: The encoding of two types of Grounds in Goal and Source constructions. In Nataliya Levkovych (ed.), Diversity in Contact (KPL 21), 195–248. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter.

Turek, Przemyslaw & Julia Nintemann (eds.). 2022. Maltese: Contemporary Changes and Historical Innovations (STTYP 30). Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.

Nintemann, Julia & Cornelia Stroh (eds.). 2022. Über Widersprüche sprechen. Linguistische Beiträge zu Contradiction Studies. Wiesbaden: Springer.

Levkovych, Nataliya & Julia Nintemann (eds.). 2020. Aspects of the grammar of names. Empirical case studies and theoretical topics. München: LINCOM.

Nintemann, Julia, Maja Robbers & Nicole Hober. 2020. Here - Hither - Hence and related categories: A cross-linguistic study (STTYP 26). Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.

Nintemann, Julia & Maja Robbers. 2019. Towards a typology of spatial deictic expressions. STUF - Language Typology and Universals 72(3), 335–371.

Nintemann, Julia. 2018. Circumventing bisyllabic minimality: How to reduplicate monosyllabic verbs in (South-)East African Bantu languages. In Aina Urdze (ed.), Non-Prototypical Reduplication (STTYP 22), 151–175. Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.

Stolz, Thomas, Nataliya Levkovych, Aina Urdze, Julia Nintemann & Maja Robbers. 2017. Spatial interrogatives in Europe and beyond: Where, Whither, Whence (STTYP 20). Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.

Nintemann, Julia. 2016. A comparative analysis of forms and functions of reduplication in Kenyan languages. In Christel Stolz & Thomas Stolz (eds.), From Africa via the Americas to Iceland – Studies on reduplication and experiencers (Diversitas Linguarum v. 40), 1–94. Bochum: Universitätsverlag Dr. N. Brockmeyer.

Stolz, Thomas, Aina Urdze, Julia Nintemann & Marina Tsareva. 2015. When some dots turn a different color… Thoughts on how (not) to determine whether or not reduplication is universal. Studies in Language 39(4). 795–834.