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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: Historische Sprachwissenschaft (LL Issue 23.3525)
The Mental Corpus: How Language is Represented in the Mind (LL Issue 24.32)
Historical Linguistics (LL Issue 24.3297)
Constructional Change in English (LL Issue 25.494)
The Bloomsbury Companion to Cognitive Linguistics (LL Issue 26.3080)
Edinburgh Handbook of Evaluative Morphology (LL Issue 27.911)



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