LinG - Linguistics in Göttingen

LinG (Linguistics in Göttingen) is a journal for linguists working at or otherwise affiliated with the university of Göttingen that allows them to publish and disseminate work that is of interest to a wider audience but that is not (yet) suitable for publication in a peer-reviewed journal. This may be work in progress, detailed experimental results, lab reports, but also excellent BA or MA theses.

LinG will also publish manuals for equipment used in our linguistics labs covering aspects unique to the experimental setups in Göttingen.

The articles are published electronically, through the GOEDOC platform offered by the Niedersachsen State and University Library. GOEDOC is an open-access publication facility which provides each LinG issue with a unique, permanent URL (PURL). This URL can be used in citations to point readers to the document and is guaranteed not to change, so that citations will not become obsolete.



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Recent Doctoral Theses


  • 2019: Dimitra Serakioti, Anaphoric Dependencies in Spanish and European Portuguese: A Minimalist Analysis.
  • 2019: Anja Weingart, Influence of Compounding on Interpretation: An Empirical Study on Color Compounds in Modern Greek.
  • 2018: Genia Böhnisch, Die Grammatik prädikativer Ausdrücke im Polnischen und Russischen.
  • 2018: Adjoua Beatrice Koffi, Syntaxe et sémantique de la négation et des mots à polarité négative dans les langues agni, akye et baoulé.
  • 2018: Basima Mahmood, Language Change and (Ir)regularization.
  • 2018: Derya Nuhbalaoglu, Comprehension and Production of Referential Expressions in German Sign Language and Turkish Sign Language.
  • 2018: Anne Wienholz, Processing of Referential Expressions in German Sign Language.
  • 2017: Marie Laure Adou Koffi Bla, La phrase complexe en n'zima.
  • 2017: Sandra Hajek, Struktur und Entwicklung der dialektalen Variation in der Campania. Eine dialektometrische Analyse.
  • 2017: Nina Pendzich, Lexical Nonmanuals in German Sign Language (DGS). An Empirical and Theoretical Investigation.
  • 2017: Stefanie Rößler, Komposita-Erstglieder. Untersuchungen zur anaphorischen Zugänglichkeit.
  • 2017: Stefanie Schröter, Information Structure in Caucasian Urum: An investigation of the effect of focus and topic on word order.
  • 2016: Annika Hübl, Pointing in Context — Semantic and Pragmatic Aspects of Indexicals in Sign Language Role Shift.
  • 2016: Julia Zwink, Fevres: Ein anonymer altfranzösischer Fiebertraktat in hebräischer Graphie. Historische, quellenkundliche, dialektologische und terminologische Analyse mit einer Teiledition von Berlin or. oct. 512 und Übersetzung.
  • 2015: Jana Hosemann, The Processing of Agreement in German Sign Language. An Investigation Based on Event Related Brain Potentials.
  • 2014: Petra Bonitz, Subjektellipsen in Koordinationsstrukturen.
  • 2014: Hagen Pitsch, Interaktion und Interpretation in russischsprachigen Threads.
  • 2013: Petra-Kristin-Bonitz, Subjektellipsen in Koordinationsstrukturen. Theoretische Fundierung und empirische Erkenntnisse
  • 2012: Mailin Antomo, Abhängige Sätze in einem fragebasierten Diskursmodell