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Name: Stefan  Hartmann
Institution: University of Hamburg
Email: click here to access email
Homepage: http://www.stefanhartmann.eu
State and/or Country: Germany   
Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Morphology
Semantics
Sociolinguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Cognitive Science
Specialty: Historical Linguistics and Cognitive Linguistics
Selected Publications: Hartmann, Stefan. 2012a. Linguistische Kategorien und derivationsmorphologischer Wandel: Prototypenansätze in der Sprachwissenschaft am Beispiel der diachronen Entwicklung der ung-Nominalisierung. In Elisabeth Fritz, Rita Rieger, Nils Kasper & Stefan Köchel (eds.), Kategorien zwischen Denkform, Analysewerkzeug und historischem Diskurs, 143–158. Heidelberg: Winter.

Hartmann, Stefan. 2012b. Verbotene Wörter: Unmögliche Möglichkeiten in Kultur, Literatur, Religion und Sprache. In Danielle Buschinger, Jürgen Kühnel, Claire Le Ninan & Christine Reno (eds.), Les Interdits, vol. 54, 89–101. (Médiévales). Amiens: Presses du Centre des Etudes Médiévales de Picardie.

Hartmann, Stefan. 2013a. Das Wortbilden und die Wortbildung: Was grammatikalischer Wandel über Sprache und Kognition verrät. Nouveux Cahiers d’Allemand 31(2). 163–175.

Hartmann, Stefan. 2013b. Ergoogelung, Entfreundung, Klarifizierung: Zur Produktivität der ung-Nominalisierung im Gegenwartsdeutschen im diachronen Vergleich. In Petra M. Vogel (ed.), Sprachwandel im Neuhochdeutschen, 94–108. (Jahrbuch Für Germanistische Sprachgeschichte, 4). Berlin, New York: De Gruyter.

Hartmann, Stefan. 2013c. Zwischen Transparenz und Lexikalisierung: Das Wortbildungsmuster X-ung(e) im Mittelhochdeutschen. Beiträge zur Geschichte der deutschen Sprache und Literatur 135(2). 159–183.

Hartmann, Stefan. 2014a. Nominalization Taken Literally: A Diachronic Corpus Study of German Word-Formation Patterns. Italian Journal of Linguistics 26(2). 123–155.

Hartmann, Stefan. 2014b. A Constructionist Approach to the Evolution of Morphological Complexity. In Erica A. Cartmill, Séan Roberts, Heidi Lyn & Hannah Cornish (eds.), The Evolution of Language, 106–113. Singapore: World Scientific.

Hartmann, Stefan. 2014c. Constructing a Schema: Word-Class Changing Morphology in a Usage-Based Perspective. In Martin Hilpert & Susanne Flach (eds.), Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association, Vol. 2, 235–252. Berlin, New York: De Gruyter.

Hartmann, Stefan. 2014d. Mögliche und unmögliche Wörter: Wortbildungsrestriktionen im diachronen Wandel. In Reinhard Babel, Nadine Feß sler, Sandra Fluhrer, Sebastian Huber & Sebastian Thede (eds.), Alles Mögliche, 223–235. (Languagetalks, 3). Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann.

Hartmann, Stefan. 2014e. The Diachronic Change of German Nominalization Patterns: An Increase in Prototypicality. In Gabriella Rundblad, Aga Tytus, Olivia Knapton & Chris Tang (eds.), Selected Papers from the 4th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, 152–171. London: UK Cognitive Linguistics Association.

Hartmann, Stefan. 2014f. The Rise and Fall of Word-Formation Patterns: A Historical Cognitive-Linguistic Approach to Word-Formation Change. In Paula Rodríguez-Puente, Evelyn Gandón-Chapela, Sara María Riveiro-Outeiral & María Luisa Roca-Varela (eds.), Current Research in Applied Linguistics, 74–102. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars.

Hartmann, Stefan. 2014g. What Drives Morphological Change? A Case Study from the History of German. Lingvisticae Investigationes 37(2). 275–289.

Hartmann, Stefan. 2015. Constructional Change at the Interface of Cognition, Culture, and Language Use: A Diachronic Corpus Study of German Nominalization Patterns. In Dag T.T. Haug (ed.), Historical Linguistics 2013, vol. 334, 155–176. (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory). Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Announced on LINGUIST :  Wortbildungswandel [Word-formation change]
Courses Taught: - Corpus Linguistics (seminar/tutorial, University of Mainz, winter term 2015/16)
- Evaluative Morphology (seminar, University of Mainz, winter term 2015/16)
- Historical Syntax (seminar, University of Mainz, summer term 2015)
- Historical Pragmatics (seminar, University of Mainz, summer term 2015)
- Diachronic Word-Formation (seminar, University of Mainz, winter term 2014/15)
- Grammaticalization (seminar, University of Mainz, winter term 2014/15)
- Introduction to Historical Linguistics (seminar, University of Mainz, winter term 2011/12 - summer term 2012)
- Introduction to Middle High German Language and Literature (tutorials, summer term 2007 till winter term 2010/11)
Reviewer of: Constructional Change in English (LL Issue 25.494)
Historische Sprachwissenschaft (LL Issue 23.3525)
Historical Linguistics (LL Issue 24.3297)
The Bloomsbury Companion to Cognitive Linguistics (LL Issue 26.3080)
The Mental Corpus: How Language is Represented in the Mind (LL Issue 24.32)
Edinburgh Handbook of Evaluative Morphology (LL Issue 27.911)



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