On this website, you'll find an online version of the QUD Bibliography. Each page corresponds to a group of papers collected on the topic. The bibliography file, when viewed in JabRef, is the most interactive version of the bibliography. For more on how to use the bibliography file itself, look below.
In this group you can find papers written by Craige Roberts and co. detailing the Question Under Discussion and the Information Structure approach to pragmatics.
In this group, you'll find papers related to the Maxim of Relevance and the QUD.
The focus of this group is implicatures. Some keywords that fall under implicature include conversational implicature, scalar implicatures, and exhaustivity.
This section includes references focusing on using the QUD to identify the topic of the discourse.
The focus of this group is focus. Some keywords to include are prosody or embedded.
The focus of this group is the meaning of lexical items. Many of the papers in this group look at discourse particles in various languages. Search for the language you're interested in.
This page lists references which are primarily concerned with projection and presupposition. Some important keywords are at-issueness, accommodation, evidentiality, and presupposition.
The papers in this group look to apply the QUD to anaphora resolution. Some important keywords are ellipsis, sluicing, domain restriction, and definites.
This section is focused on rhetorical or coherence relations in a discourse. You can find papers about coherence, cohesion, and strategies of inquiry here.
This section looks at different grammatical moods and their associated speech acts. Some keywords include indicative, declarative, etc.
This section overlaps with the psycholinguistics section. But this is primarily focused on language acquisition and experiments with children's abilities.
This page looks at some of the philosophical applications of the QUD framework. Some types of philosophical applications are epistemic or related to slurs and injustice.
This page includes many resources for applying the QUD framework to corpus work. Some papers focus on exploration of novel corpuses while others look at methods for annotating such corpuses.
This section focuses on processing and cognition with respect to the QUD. Many of the papers in this section are experimental approaches.
Papers which examine similarities or differences across languages. Keywords in this section are the languages being investigated.
This section is dedicated to clarification requests and metacommunicative questions. Much of the work listed here is done with the KoS framework.
You can download the full bib file here. It's a bibtex database constructed using JabRef. This makes your referencing from LaTeX particularly simple. You can open it in Bibdesk or JabRef equally well. You can follow the following links for more on how to use JabRef, Zotero, or BibDesk.