Papers / Talks

For some, but not all of my papers, you can find preprint PDFs below. If you are interested in one of the other papers, please don’t hesitate to write me an e-mail (stefan1.hartmann[at]uni-bamberg.de).

Monographs
Hartmann, Stefan (2016): Wortbildungswandel. Eine diachrone Studie zu deutschen Nominalisierungsmustern. (Studia Linguistica Germanica, 125.) Berlin, New York: De Gruyter. [link] [preview (Googlebooks)]  [datasets on TroLLing]

Hartmann, Stefan (2018): Deutsche Sprachgeschichte. Grundzüge und Methoden. Tübingen: Narr. [link] [Supplementary material]

Editorial work
Dücker, Lisa, Stefan Hartmann & Renata Szczepaniak (eds.) (in prep.): Hexenverhörprotokolle als sprachhistorisches Korpus. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter (Reihe Germanistische Linguistik).

Cuyckens, Hubert, Liesbet Heyvaert & Stefan Hartmann (eds.) (forthc.): Categorial shift – From description to theory and back again. Special issue of Language Sciences.

Hartmann, Stefan, Michael Pleyer, James Winters & Jordan Zlatev (eds.) (2017): Interaction and iconicity in the evolution of language. Special issue of Interaction Studies. [link]

Hartmann, Stefan (ed.) (2017): Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association 2016. Berlin, New York: De Gruyter. [link]

Journal papers
Hartmann, Stefan (2018): Up and down the substantivization cline: Response to Bekaert & Enghels. Language Sciences. doi 10.1016/j.langsci.2018.07.007[preprint] [link]

Hartmann, Stefan (2018): Derivational morphology in flux. A case study on word-formation change in German. Cognitive Linguistics. [link] [dataset & scripts]

Pleyer, Michael, Stefan Hartmann, James Winters & Jordan Zlatev (2017): Interaction and iconicity in the evolution of language. Introduction to the special issue. Interaction Studies. [preprint] [link]

Tinits, Peeter, Jonas Nölle & Stefan Hartmann (2017): Usage context influences the evolution of overspecification in Iterated Learning. Journal of Language Evolution 2(2), 148-159. doi 10.1093/jole/lzx011 [link] [dataset & scripts]

Barteld, Fabian, Stefan Hartmann & Renata Szczepaniak (2016): The usage and spread of sentence-internal capitalization in Early New High German. A multifactorial approach. Folia Linguistica 50(2), 385-412. [pdf] [Publisher’s version on degruyter.com] [datasets & scrips on TroLLing]

Fonteyn, Lauren & Stefan Hartmann (2016): Usage-based perspectives on diachronic morphology: A mixed-methods approach towards English ing-nominals. Linguistics Vanguard. [pdf] [Publisher’s version on degruyter.com]

Hartmann, Stefan (2014): What drives morphological change? A case study from the history of German. Linguisticae Investigationes 37.2, Special Issue “Morphology and its Interfaces”. [pdf] [Publisher’s version on benjamins.com]

Hartmann, Stefan (2014): “Nominalization” Taken Literally. A Diachronic Corpus Study of German Word-Formation Patterns. Italian Journal of Linguistics 26, Special Issue “New Territories in Word-Formation”, 123-156. [open access]

Hartmann, Stefan (2013): Zwischen Transparenz und Lexikalisierung: Das Wortbildungsmuster X-ung(e) im Mittelhochdeutschen. In: Beiträge zur Geschichte der deutschen Sprache und Literatur 135 (2), 159-183. [pdf] [Publisher’s version on degruyter.com] [dataset]

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

Papers in edited volumes
Hartmann, Stefan (forthc.): Divergent theories, converging evidence. The constructional semantics of competing future constructions. In Beate Hampe & Susanne Flach (eds.), Corpora, Constructions, Cognition. A Festschrift for Doris Schönefeld. (Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association 2018.) Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter.

Dücker, Lisa, Stefan Hartmann & Renata Szczepaniak (forthc.): The emergence of sentence-internal capitalization in Early New High German: Towards a multifactorial quantitative account. In Marco Condorelli (ed.): Advances in diachronic orthography, 1500-1700. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Dücker, Lisa, Stefan Hartmann & Renata Szczepaniak (forthc.): Satzinterne Großschreibung in Hexenverhörprotokollen. Multifaktorielle Analyse des Majuskelgebrauchs – pragmatische, semantische und syntaktische Einflussfaktoren. In Lisa Dücker, Stefan Hartmann & Renata Szczepaniak (eds.): Hexenverhörprotokolle als sprachhistorisches Korpus. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter.

Neels, Jakob & Hartmann, Stefan (2018): Reduction or expansion? A bit of both. A case study on the development of German degree modifiers. In: Coussé, E. et al.: Grammaticalization meets Construction Grammar. Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 137-168.

Kempf, Luise & Hartmann, Stefan (2018): Schema unification and morphological productivity. A diachronic perspective. To appear in: Geert Booij (ed.), The construction of words: Advances in construction morphology. Berlin: Springer, 441-474. [preprint]

Hartmann, Stefan & Sties, Nora (2017): Implizite Aggression in Online-Kommentaren anlässlich der Debatte um rassistische Sprache in Kinderbüchern. In: Bonacchi, S. (ed.): Verbale Aggression. Multidisziplinäre Zugänge zur verletztenden Macht der Sprache. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 305-328. [pdf] [link to publisher’s version]

Hartmann, Stefan (2016): Mittendrin statt nur dabei. Progressivität und experimentelle Semantik. In:  Holl, D.; Noel Aziz Hanna, P.; Sonnenhauser, B.; Trautmann, C. (eds.): Variation und Typologie. (Bavarian Working Papers in Linguistics.) [open access]

Hartmann, Stefan, Peeter Tinits, Jonas Nölle, Thomas Hartmann & Michael Pleyer (2016): Plain Simple Complex Structures. The Emergence of Overspecification in an Iterated Learning Setup. In: Seán G. Roberts, Christine Cuskley, Luke McCrohon, Lluís Barceló-Coblijn, Olga Fehér & Tessa Verhoef (eds.) The Evolution of Language: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference (EVOLANG11). [open access]

Pleyer, Michael & Stefan Hartmann (2016): Construction Grammar for Apes. In: Seán G. Roberts, Christine Cuskley, Luke McCrohon, Lluís Barceló-Coblijn, Olga Fehér & Tessa Verhoef (eds.) The Evolution of Language: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference (EVOLANG11). [open access]

Hartmann, Stefan (2015): Metaphorische Grenzgänge. Die wissenschaftliche Metapher im linguistischen Diskurs. In: Andreas Hölzl, Matthias Klumm, Mara Matičević, Thomas Scharinger, Johannes Ungelenk & Nora Zapf (Eds.): Die Politik der Metapher. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann,157-171. [pdf]

Hartmann, Stefan (2015): Constructional Change at the Interface of Cognition, Culture, and Language Use. In: Haug, D.T.T. (Ed.): Historical Linguistics 2013. Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Historical Linguistics. Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins. [pdf]

Hartmann, Stefan (2014): Constructing a Schema. Word-Class Changing Morphology in a Usage-Based Perspective. In: Hilpert, M. & Flach, S. (Eds.): Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association 2014. Berlin, New York: De Gruyter. [pdf] [link to publisher’s version] [Datasets & R Script]

Pleyer, Michael & Stefan Hartmann (2014): A Matter of Perspective. Viewpoint Phenomena in the Evolution of Grammar. In: Cartmill, Erica A., Seán G., Heidi Lyn & Hannah Cornish (eds.): The Evolution of Language. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference. Singapore: World Scientific, 98-105. [pdf]

Hartmann, Stefan (2014a): A Constructionist Approach to the Evolution of Morphological Complexity. In: Cartmill, Erica A., Seán G., Heidi Lyn & Hannah Cornish (eds.): The Evolution of Language. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference. Singapore: World Scientific, 106-113. [pdf]

Hartmann, Stefan (2014b): Mögliche und unmögliche Wörter. Wortbildungsrestriktionen im diachronen Wandel. In: Babel, Reinhard, Nadine Feßler, Sandra Fluhrer, Sebastian Huber & Sebastian Thede: Alles Mögliche. Sprechen, Denken und Schreiben des (Un)Möglichen. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 223-235. [preprint pdf]

Hartmann, Stefan (2014c): The Diachronic Change of German Nominalization Patterns. An Increase in Prototypicality. In: Rundblad, Gabriella, Aga Tytus, Olivia Knaption & Chris Tang (eds.): Selected Papers from the 4th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference. London: UK Cognitive Linguistics Association, 152-171. [View on cognitivelinguistics.org.uk]

Hartmann, Stefan (2014d): The Rise and Fall of Word-Formation Patterns. A Historical Cognitive-Linguistic Approach to Word-Formation Change. In: Evelyn Gandón Chapela et al. (eds.): Current Research in Applied Linguistics: Issues on Language and Cognition. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 74-102. [preprint pdf]

Hartmann, Stefan (2014e): Wortbildungswandel im Spiegel der Sprachtheorie: Paradigmen, Konzepte, Methoden. In: Vilmos Ágel & Andreas Gardt (eds.): Paradigmen der aktuellen Sprachgeschichtsforschung. (Jahrbuch für Germanistische Sprachgeschichte, 5.) Berlin, New York: De Gruyter, 176-193. [pdf] [link to publisher’s version]

Hartmann, Stefan (2013a): Ergoogelung, Entfreundung, Klarifizierung. Zur Produktivität der ung-Nominalisierung im Gegenwartsdeutschen im diachronen Vergleich. In: Petra M. Vogel (ed.): Sprachwandel im Neuhochdeutschen. (Jahrbuch für Germanistische Sprachgeschichte; 4.) Berlin, New York: De Gruyter, 94-108. [pdf] [Publisher’s version on degruyter.com]

Hartmann, Stefan (2013b): Sterben in Metaphern. Liebestod und Kognitive Poetik. In: Danielle Buschinger, Florent Gabaude, Jürgen Kühnel & Mathieu Olivier (eds.): Tristan et Yseut, ou L’Eternel Retour. (Médiévales; 56.) Amiens: Presses du Centre d’Etudes Médiévales, 136-147.

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 & Stephan Köchel (eds.): Kategorien zwischen Denkform, Analysewerkzeug und historischem Diskurs. Heidelberg: Winter, 143-158.

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. Actes du Colloque International à Amiens, 1, 2 et 3 mars 2012. (Médiévales, 54.) Amiens: Presses du Centre d’Études Médiévales, 89-101.

Hartmann, S. (2012c): Isoldes Gottesurteil im Kontext des zeitgenössischen Wunderdiskurses: Theologische und mentalitätsgeschichtliche Überlegungen zu einer Schlüsselpassage des Gottfriedschen “Tristan”-Fragments. In: Kolisang, Caroline & Stefan Hartmann (eds): Variationen des Tristan-Stoffes in diachroner Darstellung. Herausgegeben in Zusammenarbeit mit Danielle Buschinger. (Médiévales, 52.) Amiens: Presses du “Centre d’Études Médiévales”, 16-38.

Miscellaneous papers
Barceló i Coblijn, Lluís; Cuthbertson, Cory M.; Graham, Kirsty E.; Hartmann, Stefan & Pleyer, Michael (2016): Conference Report on Evolang 11. Journal of Language Evolution 1(2), 159-162. [link]

Parino, Katrin & Stefan Hartmann (2017): Tagungsbericht “Register des digitalen Schreibens”. Zeitschrift für germanistische Linguistik 45(3), 443-450.

Hartmann, Stefan (2016): Zwischen Fantasy und Postmoderne. Aspekte der Nibelungen-Rezeption in der zeitgenössischen Literatur. In Jürgen Kühnel & Florent Gabaude (eds.): Études offertes à Danielle Buschinger par ses collègues, élèves et amis à l’occasion de son quatre-vingtième anniversaire. Vol. 2. Amiens: Presses du Centre d’Études Médiévales de Picardie, 68-77.

Invited talks

(2016) Derivationsmorphologischer Wandel aus gebrauchsbasierter Perspektive: Theoretische Zugänge und empirische Methoden. Workshop “Historische Wortbildung: Theorie – Methoden – Perspektiven”, Münster, Germany, November, 2016.

Peer-reviewed conference talks

2018
Hartmann, Stefan (2018): Revisiting the German future construction: A corpus-driven approach. Grammar and Corpora 2018, Paris.

Hartmann, Stefan (2018): Derivational morphology in flux: A corpus study of word-formation change in German. Grammar and Corpora 2018, Paris.

Hartmann, Stefan: Sprachgeschichtsforschung fürs 21. Jahrhundert: Open science, open data, offene Fragen. Workshop “Althochdeutsch online”, University of Bamberg, October, 2018.

Dücker, Lisa, Stefan Hartmann & Renata Szczepaniak. The cognitive principles behind spelling variation: A corpus study on sentence-internal capitalization in Early New High German. 8th International Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association, Koblenz, Germany, September, 2018.

Endesfelder Quick, Antje, Stefan Hartmann, Ad Backus & Elena Lieven: Entrenchment and productivity – The role of input in the code-mixing of a German-English bilingual child. 8th International Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association, Koblenz, Germany, September, 2018.

Hartmann, Stefan: Constructional semantics of the future. Empirical approaches to competing future constructions. Workshop “Constructional semantics: Cognitive, functional and typological approaches”, Helsinki, Finland, August, 2018.

Endesfelder Quick, Antje, Stefan Hartmann, Ad Backus & Elena Lieven: Entrenchment and productivity – The role of input in the code-mixing of a German-English bilingual child. International Conference on Construction Grammar, Paris, France, July, 2018.

Hartmann, Stefan & Lisa Dücker: Back to the future (again). Revisiting the German werden + Infinitive construction. International Conference on Construction Grammar, Paris, France, July, 2018.

Hartmann, Stefan: The power of pronouns. Quantitative and qualitative perspectives on the use of ‘Du’ and ‘Sie’ in present-day German. 38th International LAUD Symposium, Landau, Germany, July, 2018.

2017
Tinits, Peeter & Stefan Hartmann: The grammar of knowledge. Investigating the emergence of conventions in the evolution of Wikipedia. Workshop “Triggers of change in the language sciences”, Lyon, France, October, 2017.

Hartmann, Stefan & Luise Kempf: Schema unification and morphological productivity: A diachronic perspective on complex word-formation constructions. Workshop “Advances in diachronic Construction Grammar – Debating theoretical tenets and open questions” at the 50th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, Zurich, Switzerland, September, 2017.

Dücker, Lisa, Stefan Hartmann & Renata Szeczepaniak: New perspectives on the emergence of sentence-internal capitalization in German. 50th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, Zurich, Switzerland, September, 2017.

Dücker, Lisa, Stefan Hartmann & Renata Szeczepaniak: The emergence of sentence-internal capitalization in German: New perspectives on the history of a spelling convention. International Conference on Historical Linguistics, San Antonio, Texas, USA, August, 2017.

Hartmann, Stefan: Assessing the diachronic change of a word-formation pattern. Frequency, productivity, interaction patterns. Corpus Linguistics 2017, Birmingham, UK, July, 2017.

Dücker, Lisa, Stefan Hartmann & Renata Szeczepaniak: Investigating the emergence of noun capitalization in a corpus of handwritten texts. Corpus Linguistics 2017, Birmingham, UK, July, 2017.

Hartmann, Stefan & Lauren Fonteyn: Nominalization patterns in English and German. A contrastive study. 14th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Tartu, Estonia, July, 2017.

Dücker, Lisa, Stefan Hartmann. & Renata Szeczepaniak: Cognitive factors in the emergence of graphemic conventions. The case of capitalization in the German writing system. 14th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Tartu, Estonia, July, 2017.

Dücker, Lisa; Stefan Hartmann & Renata Szczepaniak: Annotating a multiregional diachronic corpus of Early New High German handwritten texts. Workshop “Encoding language and linguistic information in historical corpora”, 39th annual conference of the DGfS, March, 2017, Saarbrücken.

2016
Gillmann, Melitta, Stefan Hartmann & Renata Szczepaniak: Afinite Konstruktionen in frühneuhochdeutschen Hexenverhörprotokollen. Workshop “Hexenverhörprotokolle als sprachhistorisches Korpus”, Hamburg, Germany, December, 2016.

Dücker, Lisa, Stefan Hartmann & Renata Szczepaniak: Teuffelß dantz und Pferde fueß: Substantivkomposita in frühneuhochdeutschen Handschriften. Workshop “Historische Wortbildung: Theorie – Methoden – Perspektiven”, Münster, Germany, November, 2016.

Pleyer, Michael & Stefan Hartmann: Endless forms most meaningful: Language evolution and constructionalization. 7th International Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association, Essen, Germany, October, 2016.

Hartmann, Stefan: Rethinking productivity from a constructionist perspective: Modeling the diachronic change of nominalization patterns. 7th International Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association, Essen, Germany, October, 2016.

Hartmann, Stefan: Wörter und Schemata: Wie “lexikalisch” ist Wortbildung? Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Germanistische Sprachgeschichte, Leipzig, Germany, September, 2016.

Hartmann, Stefan: Compound constituents or affixoids? An exploration of German compound landscapes. 49th annual meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, Naples, Italy, August/September 2016.

Neels, Jakob & Stefan Hartmann: The diachronic development of German degree modifiers. A corpus-based study. 49th annual meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, Naples, Italy, August/September 2016.

Hartmann, Stefan: Compound worlds and metaphor landscapes. A case study of incipient constructionalization. 6th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Bangor, Wales, July, 2016.

Tinits, Peeter, Jonas Nölle, Michael Pleyer & Stefan Hartmann: How contextual pressures shape grammar. The emergence of overspecification in an Iterated Learning framework. 6th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Bangor, Wales, July, 2016.

Nölle, Jonas, Stefan Hartmann, Peeter Tinits & Michael Pleyer: Investigating the emergence of overspecification in an Iterated Learning setup. 2nd Conference of the International Association for Cognitive Semiotics (IACS), Lublin, Poland, June, 2016.

Hartmann, Stefan, Peeter Tinits, Jonas Nölle, Thomas Hartmann & Michael Pleyer: Plain simple complex structures. The emergence of overspecification in an Iterated Learning setup. 11th International Conference on the Evolution of Language, New Orleans, Lousiana, USA, March, 2016.

Hartmann, Stefan: Native and non-native alternatives. Competition and reorganization in the German word-formation system. 17th International Morphology Meeting, Vienna, Austria.

2015
Hartmann, Stefan & Jakob Neels: Reduction or expansion? A bit of both. Workshop “Grammaticalization meets Construction Grammar”, Göteborg, October, 2015.

Hartmann, Stefan: Infinitheit und Progressivität. Kognitive, semantische und typologische Aspekte. 5. Diskussionsforum Linguistik und Bayern: Variation und Typologie, Munich, October, 2015.

Hartmann, Stefan, Jonas Nölle, Michael Pleyer & Peeter Tinits: Communicative relevance and morphological complexity: An Iterated Learning approach. Protolang 4, Rome, Italy, September, 2015.

Hartmann, Stefan: Ways to Proto-Morphology. What complex words reveal about human cognition and cultural evolution. Protolang 4, Rome, Italy, September, 2015.

Nölle, Jonas, Peeter Tinits, Michael Pleyer & Stefan Hartmann: Experimental approaches to the emergence of morphological complexity. Workshop “Morphological complexity: Empirical and cross-linguistic approaches” at the 48th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea.

Hartmann, Stefan: Pathways from verb to noun and back again. Categorial shifts in English -ing- and German -ung-forms. Workshop “Categorial shift: From description to theory and back again” at the 48th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea.

Hartmann, Stefan: Productivity, autonomy, and schema salience: Assessing constructionalization patterns in morphology and syntax. 13th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK, July, 2015.

Nölle, Jonas, Peeter Tinits, Stefan Hartmann & Michael Pleyer: People make things messier: How communicative pressures shape linguistic complexity. 13th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK, July, 2015.

Fonteyn, Lauren & Stefan Hartmann: Categories under construction. Functional motivations for category shifts in morphology. Workshop “Categories in Grammar”, Berlin, Germany, July, 2015.

Hartmann, Stefan: Compound worlds and affixoid landscapes. Emergent productivity in compound constructions. Word-Formation Theories II, Košice, Slowakia, June, 2015.

2014
Hartmann, Stefan: Erlangen – or Erlangung? Competing Word-Formation Patterns in the History of German. 6th International Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association, Erlangen, Germany, September, 2014.

Pleyer, Micheal & Stefan Hartmann: Assessing the Development of Construal Operations in Corpora. 6th International Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association, Erlangen, Germany, September, 2014. [pdf] [dataset]

Hartmann, Stefan & Susanne Flach: New Perspectives on Subjectification:
A Corpus-Based Study on Epistemic Stance Verbs.
Workshop “Corpus and discourse approaches to epistemic stance and evidentiality: subjectivity and intersubjectivity at the crossroads.” 47th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, Poznań, Poland
, September, 2014.

Hartmann, Stefan: Word-Formation Change in a Constructionist Perspective:
The Case of German Nominalization Patterns
. 8th International Conference on Construction Grammar, Osnabrück, Germany, September, 2014.

Hartmann, Stefan & Hölzl, A.: Prefixation and Force Dynamics: A Corpus-Based Study on German Prefix Constructions. 5th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Lancaster, UK, July, 2014. [pdf]

Hartmann, Stefan & Flach, S.: The Rise of Epistemic Meaning: A Corpus-Based Perspective on Subjectification. 18th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, Leuven, Belgium, July, 2014.

Hartmann, Stefan: The Semantics of German Nominalizations: A Diachronic Perspective. Workshop “Semantics of Derivational Morphology: Empirical Evidence and Theoretical Modeling”, Düsseldorf, Germany, June/July, 2014.

Hartmann, Stefan: German Nominalization Patterns in a Diachronic Perspective: Constructional Change and Functional Reorganization. 16th International Morphology Meeting, Budapest, Hungary, May, 2014. [pdf on academia.edu]

Hartmann, Stefan: Morphological Productivity and Linguistic Creativity: Measuring Linguistic Innovation and Change. Mapping Methods: Approaches to Language Studies, Tartu, Estonia, May, 2014. [pdf on academia.edu]

Pleyer, Micheal & Stefan Hartmann: A Matter of Perspective. Viewpoint Phenomena in the Evolution of Grammar. 10th International Conference on the Evolution of Language, Vienna, Austria, April, 2014.

Hartmann, Stefan: A Constructionist Approach to the Evolution of Morphological Complexity. 10th International Conference on the Evolution of Language, Vienna, Austria, April, 2014.

Hartmann, Stefan: Metaphorische Grenzgänge: Die wissenschaftliche Metapher im linguistischen Diskurs. Languagetalks 14: Die Politik der Metapher, Munich, Germany, April, 2014.

2013
Hartmann, Stefan: Wortbildungswandel im Spiegel der Sprachtheorie. Paradigmen, Theorien, Methoden. 5. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Germanistische Sprachgeschichte, Kassel, Germany, September, 2013.

Hartmann, Stefan : Changes in Construal Determine Constructional Change. A Corpus-Based Study on the Diachronic Development of Word-Formation Patterns. Morphology and its Interfaces, Lille, France, September, 2013.

Hartmann, Stefan & Pleyer, M.: The Historical, Biological, and Developmental Dynamics of Language: Converging Perspectives on Language Evolution and Change. International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Oslo, Norway, August, 2013.

Hartmann, Stefan: Constructional Change at the Interface of Cognition, Culture, and Language Use: A Diachronic Corpus Study of German Nominalization Patterns. International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Oslo, Norway, August, 2013.

Pleyer, M. & Hartmann, Stefan: Cognitive Foundations of Construal Operations: Perspectives from Language Change and Language Acquisition. 19th International Congress of Linguists, Section 2: Origins of Language and Human Cognition, Geneva, Switzerland, July, 2013.

Sties, Nora & Stefan Hartmann: Ich habe ja nichts gegen Ausländer, aber… Implizite Aggression in Online-Kommentaren rund um die “Kleine Hexe”-Affäre. Workshop “Sprachliche Aggression”, Mainz, Germany, June, 2013.

Hartmann, Stefan & Michael Pleyer: Towards an Integrated Cognitive-Linguistic Theory of Morphology and Morphological Change. 12th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Edmonton, Canada, June, 2013.

Hartmann, Stefan: Conceptualization, Mental Scanning, and Derivational Morphology: A Construal Approach to Word-Formation Change. 12th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Edmonton, Canada, June, 2013.

Hartmann, Stefan: A Diachronic Corpus-Based Study of Nominalization by -ung in the History of German. New Territories in Word-Formation, Sofia, Bulgaria, May, 2013.

Hartmann, Stefan & Pleyer, M.: From Construal to Construction: The Role of Conceptual Categories in Derivational Morphology. Concepts and Categorization, Düsseldorf, Germany, May, 2013.

Hartmann, Stefan: Von der Theorie zur Empirie und wieder zurück. Derivationsmorphologischer Wandel an der Schnittstelle von Sprache, Kultur und Kognition. 3. Sprachwissenschaftliche Tagung für Promotionsstudierende, Heidelberg, Germany, April, 2013.

Hartmann, Stefan: Sterben in Metaphern. Der Liebestod im zeitgenössischen Film. Colloque International “Tristan ou L’Éternel Retour”, Amiens, France, March, 2013.

2012
Hartmann, Stefan: Mögliche und unmögliche Wörter: Wortbildungsrestriktionen im diachronen Wandel. 3. Internationale Graduiertenkonferenz “languagetalks” – “Alles Mögliche: Sprechen, Denken und Schreiben des (Un-)Möglichen”, Munich, Germany, November, 2012.

Hartmann, Stefan: … durch sölich emsig Lesung guoter und zierlicher Gedichten. Zur Konzeptualisierung deverbaler ung-Nomina im Mittelhochdeutschen, Frühneuhochdeutschen und Neuhochdeutschen. 5th International Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association, Freiburg, Germany, October, 2012.

Hartmann, Stefan: Ergoogelung, Entfreundung, Klarifizierung: Zur Produktivität der ung-Nominalisierung im Neuhochdeutschen im diachronen Vergleich. 4. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Germanistische Sprachgeschichte, Siegen, Germany, September, 2012.

Hartmann, Stefan: The Rise and Fall of Word Formation Patterns. 3rd International Postgraduate Conference on Language and Cognition, Santiago de Compostela, Spain, September, 2012.

Hartmann, Stefan: The Diachronic Change of German Nominalization Patterns: An Increase in Prototypicality. 4th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, London, UK, April, 2012.

Hartmann, Stefan: Die Empirie schlägt zurück – oder: Was bedeutet es, Bedeutung zu kategorisieren? 1. Sprachwissenschaftliche Tagung für Promotionsstudierende, Luxemburg, March, 2012.

Hartmann, Stefan: Verbotene Wörter. Unmögliche Möglichkeiten in Kultur, Literatur, Religion und Sprache. Colloque International “Les Interdits”, Amiens, France, March, 2012.


2011
Hartmann, Stefan: Linguistische Kategorien und ihre Relevanz bei der empirischen Erforschung des Wortbildungswandels. Kategorien zwischen Analysewerkzeug, Denkform und historischem Diskurs, Graz, Austria, May, 2011.

Hartmann, Stefan: Isoldes Gottesurteil im Kontext des zeitgenössischen Wunderdiskurses. Variationen des Tristanstoffes in diachroner Darstellung, Mainz, Germany, April, 2011.

Poster Presentations
Tinits, Peeter & Hartmann, Stefan: Social learning of knowledge representations in Wikipedia. Applications of cultural evolution, Tartu, June, 2018.

Hartmann, Stefan: Variationslinguistik trifft experimentelle Semantik. Der am-Progressiv aus korpus- und psycholinguistischer Perspektive.  “Variationslinguistik trifft Textlinguistik”, Ascona, Switzerland, March, 2017.

Pleyer, Micheal & Stefan Hartmann: Construction Grammar for Apes. 11th International Conference on the Evolution of Language, New Orleans, Lousiana, USA, March, 2016.

Hartmann, Stefan & Pleyer, M.: Word-formation as a Window to Cognition: Construal, Conceptualization, and Patterns of Use. Manchester and Salford New Researchers Forum in Linguistics, Manchester, UK, November, 2012. (View on academia.edu)

Other Talks
Student Conference Talks
Pleyer, Michael & Stefan Hartmann: Language Change and Language Acquisition as Windows to Cognition: The Case of Linguistic Construal Operations. 52. Studentische Tagung Sprachwissenschaft, Berlin, Germany, November, 2012.

Bergmann, Till, Katharina Boehnert, Philipp Dorok, Stefan Hartmann, Michael Pleyer & Monika Pleyer: Karriereweg Promotion: Häufig gestellte Fragen zur Promotion in den Sprachwissenschaften. 51. Studentische Tagung Sprachwissenschaft, Stuttgart, Germany, May, 2012. (View on stutsgart51.de)

Hartmann, Stefan: Vollendung. Verbalabstrakta auf -ung vom Mhd. zum Nhd. 50. Studentische Tagung Sprachwissenschaft, Göttingen, Germany, November, 2011.

Hartmann, Stefan: Linguistic Categorization and Diachronic Change in Derivational Morphology. 49. Studentische Tagung Sprachwissenschaft, Leipzig, Germany, June, 2011.

Hartmann, Stefan: Die Übersetzung des Unübersetzbaren. Linguistische Betrachtungen zur Übertragung von Wortwitz und Sprachspielen in Literatur und Film. 48. Studentische Tagung Sprachwissenschaft, Potsdam, Germany, November, 2010.

Guest Talks
Hartmann, Stefan: Das Wortbilden und die Wortbildung: Was derivationsmorphologischer Wandel über Sprache und Kognition verrät. Guest talk at Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany, January, 2013.

Hartmann, Stefan: Lesung, lernung, bekôrung – Bildung, Heizung, Bedienung: Die ung-Nominalisierung im Wandel der Zeit. Guest talk at University of Mainz, Germany, February, 2012.

Book Reviews
Hartmann, Stefan (2017): Rezension zu Bechmann (2016), Sprachwandel – Bedeutungswandel. Zeitschrift für Rezensionen zur germanistischen Sprachwissenschaft. [open access]

Hartmann, Stefan (2015): Rezension zu Traugott & Trousdale (2013), Constructionalization and Constructional Changes. In: Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft 34, 131-136. [link to publisher’s version]

Hartmann, Stefan (2013): Review of Martin Hilpert, Constructional Change in English. Linguist List 25.494. [link]

Hartmann, Stefan (2012): Review of John R. Taylor, The Mental Corpus. Linguist List 24.32. [link]

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