Selected publications:

For complete records of scientific production, see either the individual web pages of our group members or the aggregate data from current and former GLiF members on the UPF Scientific Output Portal.

Alonso-Ovalle, L. & P. Menéndez-Benito (eds.) 2015. Epistemic Indefinites. Oxford University Press.

Arsenijević, B., G. Boleda, B. Gehrke, L. McNally. 2014. Ethnic adjectives are proper adjectives. R. Baglini, et al. (eds.) Proceedings from the 46th Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, 17-30.

Arsenijevic, B., B. Gehrke, R. Marín (eds.) 2013. Studies in the Composition and Decomposition of Event Predicates. Springer.

Barberà, G. 2016. Indefiniteness and specificity marking in Catalan Sign Language (LSC). Sign Language & Linguistics 19 (1): 1-36.

Barberà, G. 2015. The Meaning of Space in Sign Language. Reference, Specficity and Structure in Catalan Sign Language Discourse. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter Mouton and Ishara Press. ISBN 978-1-61451-881-5.

Barberà, G. & J. Quer. In press. Nominal referential values of semantic classifiers and role shift in signed narratives. In Linguistic foundations of narration in spoken and sign languages, eds. A. Huebl & M. Steinbach. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Barberà, G.  & J. Quer. 2013. Impersonal reference in Catalan Sign Language (LSC). In Sign Language research uses and practices. Crossing views on theoretical and applied sign language linguistics., eds. L. Meurant, A. Sinte, M. van Herreweghe and M. Vermeerbergen, 237-258. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Barberà, G. & P. Cabredo Hofherr. 2017. Backgrounded agents in sign language: passives, middles or impersonals? Language.

Barberà, G. 2014. Use and functions of spatial planes in Catalan Sign Language (LSC) discourse. Sign Language Studies 14 (2): 147-174.

Barberà, G. & P. Cabredo Hofherr. 2016. Une structure de mise en arrière-plan de l'agent en langue des signes catalane (LSC): Passif ou impersonnel? L'Information Grammaticale 149: 55-60.

Barberà, G. & M. Zwets. 2013. Pointing and reference in sign language and spoken language: Anchoring vs. Identifying. Sign Language Studies 13 (4): 491-515.

Bassaganyas-Bars, T. 2015. 'Have' and the Link Between Perfects and Existentials in Old Catalan. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 19, 107-124.

Boleda, G., M. Baroni, N. The Pham & L. McNally. 2013. Intensionality was only alleged: On adjective-noun composition in distributional semantics. Proceedings of the 10th International Workshop on Computational Semantics.

Boleda, G. & A. Herbelot (eds.). 2016. Special Issue on Formal Distributional Semantics. Computational Linguistics 42:4.

Demonte, V. & L. McNally (eds.). 2012. Telicity, Change, and State: A Cross-Categorial View of Event Structure. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Donati, C, G. Barberà, C. Branchini, C. Cecchetto, C. Geraci, J. Quer. To appear. Searching for imperatives in European sign languages. In Imperatives and Other Directive Strategies, eds. S. Heinold and D. Van Olmen. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Gehrke, B. & L. McNally. 2015. Distributional Modification: The Case of Frequency Adjectives. Language 91, 837-870.

Gehrke, B. & L. McNally. 2014. Event Individuation by Objects: Evidence from Frequency Adjectives. U. Etxeberria, et al. (eds.) Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 18, 146-163.

Geraci, C. & J. Quer. 2014. Determining argument structure in sign languages. In Structuring the Argument, eds. A. Bachrach, I. Roy and L. Stockall, 45-60. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Giannakidou, A. & J. Quer. 2013. Exhaustive and non-exhaustive variation with free choice and referential vagueness: Evidence from Greek, Catalan, and. Spanish. Lingua 126.  120–149.

Grimm, S. & L. McNally. 2016. The+VPing as anaphoric event-type reference. K. Kim, et al., (eds.), Proceedings of the 33rd West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics.

Grimm, S. & L. McNally. 2015. The –ing dynasty: Rebuilding the Semantics of Nominalizations. Proceedings of Semantics and Linguistic Theory 25, 82-102.

Grimm, S. & L. McNally. 2013. No ordered arguments needed for nouns. In M. Aloni, M. Franke, and F. Roelofsen (eds.) Proceedings of the 19th Amsterdam Colloquium, 123-130.

Hunter, J. 2016. Reports in Discourse. Dialogue and Discourse 7, 1-35.

Hunter, J. & N. Asher. 2016. Shapes of Conversation and At-Issue Content. Moroney, M., Little, C.R., Collard, J., Burgdorf, D. (eds.), Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 26, 122-142.

Hunter, J. & M. Abrusán. 2016. Rhetorical Relations and QUDs. New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence: JSAI-isAI Workshops LENLS, JURISIN, KCSD, LLLL Revised Selected Papers, Springer.

Ignjatovic, M. 2014. Stages of events in the semantics of the progressive. 11th International Conference on Actionality, Tense, Aspect, Modality/Evidentiality (Chronos 11), Pisa, IT, 16-18/6.

Ignjatovic, M. 2013. Result states and nominalization in Slavic and Germanic languages. E. Chemla, et al. (eds.) Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 17, 289-306.

Lekakou, M. & J. Quer. 2016. Subjunctive mood in Griko: A micro-comparative approach. Lingua 174: 65—85.

Liao, S., L. McNally & A. Meskin. 2016. Aesthetic Adjectives Lack Uniform Behavior. Inquiry 59, 618-631.

Mayol, L. 2015.  Conditionally interpreted declaratives in Spanish. In Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2013: Selected papers from ‘Going Romance’ Amsterdam 2013. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Mayol, L. & E. Castroviejo. 2013. (Non-)integrated evaluative adverbs in questions. Language 89(2), p. 195–230.

Mayol, L. & E. Castroviejo. 2013. How to cancel an implicature.  Journal of Pragmatics 50: 84-104.

Mayol, L. X. Villalba. 2013. Right-dislocation in Catalan: tails, polarity and activation. International Review of Pragmaticss 5(1). 87-117.

Mayol, L. & G. Barberà. 2017. Anaphoric strategies across language modalities: A comparison between Catalan and Catalan Sign Language. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research.

McNally, L. 2017. Kinds, descriptions of kinds, concepts, and distributions. Kata Balogh and Wiebke Petersen (eds.), Bridging Formal and Conceptual Semantics. Selected Papers of BRIDGE-14. dup, Düsseldorf, 37-59.

McNally, L. 2016. Modification. M. Aloni and P. Dekker (eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Formal Semantics. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

McNally, L. 2016. Existential Sentences Cross-Linguistically: Variations in Form and Meaning. Annual Review of Linguistics 2, 211-231.

McNally, L. 2013. Semantics and pragmatics. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science. DOI: 10.1002/wcs.1227.

McNally, L. & I. Stojanovic. 2017. Aesthetic adjectives. James Young (ed.), The Semantics of Aesthetic Judgments. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 17-37.

McNally, L. & H. de Swart. Reference to and via properties: The view from Dutch. Linguistics and Philosophy 38, 315-362.

Quer, J. C. Cecchetto, R. Pfau, C. Donati, M. Steinbach, C. Geraci & M. Kelepir (eds.). In press. SignGram Blueprint. A Guide to Sign Language Grammar Writing. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

Quer, J., R. Pfau & A. Herrmann (eds.). In preparation. Routledge Handbook of Theoretical and Experimental Sign Language Research. London: Routledge.

Quer, J. 2016.  Mood. In The Oxford Guide to the Romance Languages, eds. Adam Ledgeway & Martin Maiden, 954-966. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Quer, J. 2016. Intonation and grammar in the visual-gestural modality: a case study on conditionals in Catalan Sign Language (LSC). In Intonational grammar in Ibero-Romance: Approaches across linguistic subfields, eds. Meghan E. Armstrong, Nicholas Henriksen & Maria del Mar Vanrell,  369-386. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Quer, J. 2016. Reporting with and without role shift: sign language strategies of complementation. In A matter of complexity: Subordination in sign languages, eds. Annika Herrmann, Roland Pfau & Markus Steinbach, 204-230. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Quer, J. & M. Steinbach. 2015. Ambiguities in Sign Languages. The Linguistic Review 32.1: 143-165. Special Issue on Ambiguity, eds. B. Coromines & J. Fortuny.

Quer, J. & J. Rosselló. 2013. On sloppy readings, ellipsis and pronouns: Missing arguments in Catalan Sign Language (LSC) and other argument-drop languages. In Information Structure and Agreement, Victoria Camacho-Taboada, Ángel Jiménez-Fernández, Javier Martín-González and Mariano Reyes-Tejedor, 337-370. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Quer, J. 2013. Attitude ascriptions in sign languages and role shift. In Proceedings of the 13th Meeting of the Texas Linguistics Society, ed. Leah C. Geer, 12-28. Austin: Texas Linguistics Forum.

Richtarcikova, V. 2014. Epistemic indefinites in Slovak: Corpus survey and the Haspelmath map. In J. Witkos & S. Jaworski (eds.), New insights into Slavic linguistics. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 297-316.

Sánchez Marco, C., G. Boleda & J.M. Fontana. 2012. Propuesta de codificación de la información paleográfica y lingüística para textos diacrónicos del español. Uso del estándar TEI. Torrens Álvarez, M.J. & P. Sánchez-Prieto Borja (eds.), Nuevas perspectivas para la edición y el estudio de documentos antiguos, 447-463. Fondo Hispánico de Lingüística y Filología. Vol. 12. Bern: Peter Lang.

Sánchez Marco, C. & R. Marín. 2012. Verbos y nombres psicológicos: juntos y revueltos. Borealis 1, 90-107.

Stojanovic, I. 2014. Prepragmatics: Widening the semantics/pragmatics boundary. In A. Burgess & B. Sherman (eds.), Metasemantics: New essays on the foundations of meaning. Oxford: OUP, 311-326.

Stojanovic, I. 2014. Talking about the future: Settled truth and assertion. In P. De Brabanter, M. Kissine, S. Sharifzadeh (eds.), Future times, future tenses. Oxford: OUP, 26-43.

Stojanovic, I. & N. Villanueva. 2014. Mental files, blown up by indexed files. Inquiry 58/1, 1-15.

Zeman, D. 2014. Meaning, expression and extremely strong evidence: A reinforced critique of Davis’ account of speaker meaning. Thought 3, 218-224.

Zeman, D. 2013. Experiencer phrases, predicates of personal taste and relativism: On Cappelen and Hawthorne’s critique of the Operator Argument. Croatian Journal of Philosophy, XIII (39): 375-398.