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Elyesa Seidel

Department of German Language and Literature I
Linguistics

Office: Philosophikum 2.113
Tel:  +49 (0)221 470-6963
Email: elyesa.seidelSpamProtectionuni-koeln.de 

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Employment

  • since July 2019 Research assistant at the chair of Prof. Dr. Martina Penke in the CRC 1252 Prominence in Language, B06, University of Colonge
  • 04/2017-09/2019 Research assistant at the chair of Prof. Dr. Klaus von Heusinger, Institute for German Language and Literature I, Linguistics, University of Cologne
  • 10/2014-03/2017 Research assistant in the Project Special Indefinites in Discourse, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), Principal investigator: Prof. Dr. Klaus von Heusinger, Institute for German Language and Literature I, Linguistics, University of Cologne
  • 07/2014-09/2014 Student research assistant of Prof. Dr. Petra Schumacher, Institute for German Language and Literature I, Linguistics, University of Cologne
  • 09/2011-06/2014 Student research assistant of Prof. Dr. Petra Schumacher, Department of English and Linguistics, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz 

Education

Research interests

  • Semantics/Pragmatics
  • Discourse and information structure
  • Psychcolinguistics
  • Pronouns
  • Turkish Linguistics

Publications

  • Seidel, Elyesa (in press). Bare direct objects in Turkish: Pseudo-incorporated or weak arguments. In Tanya Bondarenko, Justin Colley, Colin Davis & Mitya Privoznov (eds.), Proceedings of the 14th Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics (WAFL 14). Cambridge, MA: MIT Working Papers in Linguistics.
  • Seidel, Elyesa (in press). Anaphoric potential of pseudo-incorporated nouns in Turkish. In Hatiçe Sofu, Deniz Abik, Muna Yüceol Özezen, Cem Can & Abdurraham Kilimci (eds.), Proceedings of the 18th International Conference in Turkish Linguistics (ICTL 18). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. 
  • Schumacher, Petra B.; Dangl, Manuel & Elyesa Uzun (2016). Thematic role as prominence cue during pronoun resolution in German. In Anke Holler & Katja Suckow (eds.). Empirical Perspectives on Anaphora Resolution. Berlin: de Gruyter, 213-240. 

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