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Bibliography: Relevance and the Question Under Discussion

Section: Anaphora and Anaphora Resolution

1. Definites and anaphora

Cumming, Samuel (2008) Variabilism. Philosophical Review 117(4):525-554.

Elbourne, Paul D. (2005) Situations and Individuals. MIT Press.

Elbourne, Paul D. (2008) Demonstratives as individual concepts. Linguistics and Philosophy 31(4):409-466.

Hawthorne, John & David Manley (2012) The Reference Book. In press with Oxford University Press.

King, Jeffrey C. (2001) Complex Demonstratives: A quantificational approach. MIT Press:Bradford Books, Cambridge, MA.

Roberts, Craige (2002) Demonstratives as definites. In Kees van Deemter and Roger Kibble (eds.) Information Sharing: Reference and Presupposition in Language Generation and Interpretation, CSLI Press, pp.89-196.

Roberts, Craige (2003) Uniqueness in definite noun phrases. Linguistics and Philosophy 26:287-350.

Roberts, Craige (2005) Pronouns as definites. In M. Reimer & A. Bezuidenhout (eds.) Descriptions and Beyond. Oxford University Press, 503-543.

Schoubye, Anders J. (2009) Descriptions, truth value intuitions, and questions. Linguistics and Philosophy 32:583-617.

Schoubye, Anders J. (2011) On describing. Ph.D. dissertation, University of St. Andrews.

2. Ellipsis

Anderbois, Scott (2010) Sluicing as anaphora to issues. In Nan Li & David Lutz (eds.), Semantics and linguistic theory (SALT) 20. Ithaca, NY: CLC Publications.

Frazier, Lyn & Charles Clifton, Jr. (2005) The syntax-discourse divide: Processing ellipsis. Syntax 8(2):121-174.

Frazier, Lyn & Charles Clifton, Jr. (2006) Ellipsis and discourse coherence. Linguistics and Philosophy 29(3):315-46.

Frazier, Lyn & Charles Clifton, Jr. (2010) Imperfect ellipsis. Syntax 13(4):279-297.

Frazier, Lyn & Charles Clifton, Jr. (in progress) Identifying what’s under discussion: Introducing and narrowing alternatives during discourse processing. Ms. UMass/Amherst.

Ginzburg, Jonathan (in press) The Interactive Stance: Meaning for Conversation. Oxford University Press.

Roberts, Craige (in preparation a) Ellipsis and Retrievability.

3. Domain Restriction (with only)

Beaver, David & Brady Clark (2003) Always and Only: Why not all focus sensitive operators are alike. Natural Language Semantics 11:323-62.

Beaver, David & Brady Clark (2008) Sense and Sensitivity. Blackwell.

Coppock, Elizabeth & David Beaver (2010) Mere-ology: Toward a unified analysis of mere and other exclusives. Slides for a talk at the Workshop on Alternative Semantics, Lund, France.

von Fintel, Kai-Uwe (1994) Restrictions on quantifier domains. Ph.D. dissertation, UMass, Amherst.

Gawron, Jean Marc (1996) Quantification, quantificational domains, and dynamic logic. In Shalom Lappin (ed.) The Handbook of Contemporary Semantics. Blackwell.

Gualmini, Andrea, Sarah Hulsey, Valentine Hacquard & Danny Fox (2008) The Question-Answer Requirement for scope assignment. Natural Language Semantics 16:205-237.

Horn, Laurence R. (2002) Assertoric inertia and NPI licensing. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. Volume 38, Part Two: The Panels. University of Chicago.

Hulsey, Sarah, Valentine Hacquard, Danny Fox & Andrea Gualmini (2004) The Question-Answer requirement and scope assignment. In A. Csirmaz & A. Gualmini & A. Nevins (eds.) Plato’s problem: problems in language acquisition (pp.71-90), MITWPL, Cambridge, MA.

Ippolito, Michela (2008) On the meaning of Only. Journal of Semantics 25:45-91.

Roberts, Craige (1989) Modal Subordination and Pronominal Anaphora in Discourse. Linguistics and Philosophy 12.6:683-721. Reprinted in Javier Gutierrez-Rexach (ed.) Semantics: Critical concepts in linguistics, Routledge, 2003.

Roberts, Craige (1995) Domain Selection in Dynamic Semantics. In Emmon Bach, Eloise Jelinek, Angelika Kratzer, and Barbara H. Partee (eds.) Quantification in Natural Languages, Kluwer, Dordrecht.

Roberts, Craige (1996) Information Structure in Discourse: Towards an Integrated Formal Theory of Pragmatics. In Jae Hak Yoon and Andreas Kathol (eds.) Ohio State University Working Papers in Linguistics Volume 49. To appear in Semantics and Pragmatics. The most commonly circulated version was revised in 1998. The paper is to appear in Semantics and Pragmatics.

Roberts, Craige (1996b) Anaphora in intensional contexts. In Shalom Lappin (ed.) The Handbook of Contemporary Semantic Theory, Basil Blackwell, pp.215-246.

Roberts, Craige (2006) only. Ms., The Ohio State University.

Roberts, Craige (2010c) only: A case study in projective meaning. To appear in Partee, Glanzberg & Skilters (eds.) Formal Semantics and Pragmatics: Discourse, Context, and Models, The Baltic International Yearbook of Cognition, Logic and Communication, Riga, Latvia.

van Rooij, Robert & Katrin Schulz (2007) Only: Meaning and implicatures. In M. Aloni, A. Butler & P. Dekker (eds.) Questions and Answers. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1939-224.

Toosarvandani, Maziar Doustdar (2010) Association with Foci. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California at Berkeley.