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Dagmar Haumann

Professor
  • E-mailDagmar.Haumann@uib.no
  • Phone+47 55 58 23 46
  • Visitor Address
    HF-bygget, Sydnesplassen 7
    Room 
    227
  • Postal Address
    Postboks 7805
    5020 Bergen
Academic article
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2010. Adnominal adjectives in Old English. English Language and Linguistics. 53-81.
Academic lecture
  • Haumann, Dagmar; Killie, Kristin. 2019. The making of sentence adverbs, naturally .
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2019. How to get high on the left periphery: syntactic contexts for the reanalysis of VP adverbs as CP adverbs .
  • Haumann, Dagmar; Eitelmann, Matthias. 2019. Extravagant morphology (introductory paper to the workshop on "extravagant morphology" convened by the authors) .
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2018. Moving up or merging high: syntactic contexts for the reanalysis of VP-adverbs as CP-adverbs .
  • Haumann, Dagmar; Eitelmann, Matthias. 2018. Competition, Loss and Renewal in Prepositional Transitivizers and Transitivity Enhancers.
  • Haumann, Dagmar; Eitelmann, Matthias. 2017. Variation, loss and renewal: P-elements as transitivizers and transitivity enhancers.
  • Haumann, Dagmar; Haugland, Kari E.; Eitelmann, Matthias. 2015. The -ish‑Factor. A Corpus-based Analysis of -ish Derivatives in English.
  • Haumann, Dagmar; Eitelmann, Matthias; Haugland, Kari E. 2015. From englisc to what-ish: on the diachrony of -ish suffixation.
  • Haumann, Dagmar; Eitelmann, Matthias. 2015. (De)Transitivization Processes, Diachronically and Cross-linguistically.
  • Haumann, Dagmar; Eitelmann, Matthias. 2014. Processes of argument augmentation and reduction in the history of English.
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2014. On German 'wohl', its translation equivalents and its status as a weak evi­dential adverb.
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2013. Emergence, loss and compensation: Passive 'tough'-infinitives.
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2013. DP‐internal Adjectives in Old English.
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2012. The short life of the passive infinitive in 'tough'-constructions and some of its (late) consequences.
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2012. The rise and fall of the passive infinitive in TOUGH-constructions – some (late) consequences.
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2012. Opening the chicken-and-egg case AGAIN. Syntax, semantics or pragmatics?
  • Haumann, Dagmar; Letnes, Ole. 2012. On the possible evidential status of German WOHL.
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2012. Loss and compensation? Changes in TOUGH-infinitives.
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2012. Adjective matters. Left and right, and high and low.
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2011. Grammar quirks from L1 into L2 (and vice versa).
  • Haumann, Dagmar; Letnes, Ole. 2011. German modal particles and their (im)possible counterparts in English and Norwegian.
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2011. Forms(s) & function(s) of adjectives from Old English until today.
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2010. Word Order Variation in NP in Old English: Adnominal Adjectives Revisited.
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2010. Reflections on reflexives: unaccusatives in Norwegian, German & English.
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2010. A tough construction to analyze...
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2009. There's misagreeing subjects.
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2009. Reflexive unaccusatives in Norwegian and German, mainly.
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2009. Middles and reflexives: a contrastive view on non-canonical passives in English, German and Norwegian.
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2008. Word Order Variation: The Case of Old English Adjectives.
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2008. On the positioning of adnominal adjectives in Old English.
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2008. Adnominal Adjectives in Old English.
Masters thesis
  • Simpson, Haakon Valen Hume. 2019. The spelling of phonemes - An Error Analysis of Norwegian pupils' L2 English spelling with emphasis on phoneme–grapheme correspondences.
  • Meling, Bjørnar. 2019. Chunks in the classroom: An experiment on the use of Cognitive Linguistic principles in academic vocabulary instruction among Norwegian upper secondary ESL-students.
  • Holst, Henning. 2018. Language awareness and multilingualism in lower and upper secondary school in Norway: An empirical study of 8th grade, 10th grade and Vg2 students' use of their multilingual knowledge in language learning.
  • Bakken, Vivil Selliseth. 2017. The Acquisition of english prepositions by Norwegian L2 learners - a Corpus-based error analysis.
  • Hellem, Hanna Dorthea. 2014. The level of Old Norse influence on the development of Middle English .
  • Matre, Marianne Engen. 2013. Two mechanisms or one? A comparison of past tense acquisition in children with specific language impairment and typically developing children.
  • Garshol, Lenka. 2013. The acquisition of verb movement in first language acquisition : comparison of English and Norwegian.
  • Vegge, Therese. 2012. Idioms: categorization, lexical representation and the question of compositionality.
  • Fornůsková, Jana. 2011. What can bilingualism do for you? The advantages of bilingual language development.
  • Mohsen, Kristin Håland. 2011. Negation in English : compared to Norwegian.
  • Julsrud, Mari. 2011. First language acquisition in deaf children : with a special focus on the Norwegian educational system.
Doctoral dissertation
  • Garshol, Lenka. 2019. I just doesn’t know : Agreement Errors in English Texts by Norwegian L2 Learners: Causes and Remedies . 222.
  • Isingoma, Bebwa. 2012. Argument structure : a comparative study of triadic constructions in Rutooro and English.
Academic chapter/article/Conference paper
  • Haumann, Dagmar; Killie, Kristin. 2019. Bridging contexts in the reanalysis of NATURALLY as a sentence adverb: A corpus study. 30 pages.
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2018. Active and passive tough-infinitives. A case of long-term grammatical variation. 28 pages.
  • Haumann, Dagmar. 2014. On the ascent and decline of the passive tough-infinitive. 30 pages.
  • Haumann, Dagmar; Letnes, Ole. 2012. German "wohl": An Evidential? 36 pages.

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