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Mitarbeiter: McFadden, Thomas


14.06.2024

Schwabe, Kerstin & Thomas McFadden. 2023. Patterns of argument structure and argument realization with clause-embedding predicates in German: An illustration of the ZAS Database of Clause-Embedding Predicates. In Hartmann, Jutta M. & Angelika Wöllstein (eds.). Propositionale Argumente im Sprachvergleich / Propositional Arguments in Cross-Linguistic Research : Theorie und Empirie / Theoretical and Empirical Issues. Studien zur deutschen Sprache 84, 234-265. Tübingen: Narr.

Lüdeling, Anke, Artemis Alexiadou, … Natalia Gagarina, ... Stefanie Jannedy, ... Manfred Krifka, ... Thomas McFadden, ... Uli Sauerland, Stephanie Solt et al.. 2022. Register: Language Users’ Knowledge of Situational-Functional Variation — Frame text of the First Phase Proposal for the CRC 1412. Register Aspects of Language in Situation (REALIS) 1(1), pp. 1-58.

McFadden, Thomas. 2020. Case in Germanic. Cambridge Handbook of Germanic Linguistics, 282-312.

McFadden, Thomas. 2020. The morphosyntax of allocutive agreement in Tamil. In Smith, Peter W., Johannes Mursell & Katharina Hartmann (eds.). Agree to Agree: Agreement in the Minimalist Programme, 391-424. Language Science Press.

McFadden, Thomas & Sandhya Sundaresan. 2018. Reducing pro and PRO to a single source. The Linguistic Review 35(3), 463–518.

McFadden, Thomas. 2018. *ABA in stem-allomorphy and the emptiness of the nominative. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 3(1), 8; Special collection on *ABA, 1-36.

McFadden, Thomas & Sandhya Sundaresan. 2018. What the EPP and COMP-trace effects have in common: Constraining silent elements at the edge. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 3(1); Special Collection: What drives syntactic computation?, Article 43.

Stiebels, Barbara, Thomas McFadden, Kerstin Schwabe, Torgrim Solstad, Elisa Kellner, Livia Sommer & Katarzyna Stoltmann. 2018. ZAS Database of Clause-embedding Predicates, release 1.0 in: OWIDplus. OWID plus. Mannheim: Institut für Deutsche Sprache, OWID plus.

McFadden, Thomas. 2017. On the disappearance of the BE perfect in Late Modern English. Acta Linguistica Hafniensia 49(2), 159-175.

McFadden, Thomas & Tonjes Veenstra. 2017. Die neu veröffentlichte ZAS-Datenbank zu satzeinbettenden Prädikaten und ihre Zukunft.
Bericht über das Forschungsjahr 2016 : ZAS ; Reflexionen, 70-87.

Meyer, Peter & Thomas McFadden. 2017. Making 1: n explorable: a search interface for the ZAS database of clause-embedding predicates. Electronic lexicography in the 21st century. Proceedings of eLex 2017 conference, 495-512.

Sundaresan, Sandhya & Thomas McFadden. 2017. The articulated v layer: evidence from Tamil. In D'Alessandro, Roberta, Irene Franco & Ángel Gallego (eds.). The verbal domain, 153-178. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Stiebels, Barbara, Thomas McFadden, Kerstin Schwabe, Torgrim Solstad, Elisa Kellner, Livia Sommer & Katarzyna Stoltmann. 2017. Users Guide for the ZAS Database of Clause-Embedding Predicates.
OWID plus. 1-53.

McFadden, Thomas. 2015. Preverbal ge- in Old and Middle English.
Byproducts and side effects: Nebenprodukte und Nebeneffekte.ZAS Papers in Linguistics (ZASPiL 58), 15-48.

McFadden, Thomas & Sandhya Sundaresan. 2014. Finiteness in South Asian languages: an introduction. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 32(1), 1-27.

McFadden, Thomas. 2014. On subject reference and the cartography of clause types: A commentary on the paper by Biswas. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 32(1), 115-136.

Sundaresan, Sandhya, Gillian Ramchand & Thomas McFadden (eds.). 2014. Finiteness in South Asian Languages. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 32(1). Cham: Springer.

Fábregas, Antonio, Martin Krämer & Thomas McFadden. 2014. On the representation and selection of exponents. Lingue e Linguaggio 13(1), 3-22.

Fábregas, Antonio, Martin Krämer & Thomas McFadden (eds.). 2014. Special issue on Exponence. Lingue e Linguaggio 13(1). Bologna: Il Mulino.