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Bibliography: Relevance and the Question Under Discussion

Section: Projection, Presupposition, and At-Issueness

1. Projection and Presupposition

Abbott, Barbara (2000) Presuppositions as non-assertions. Journal of Pragmatics 32:1419-37.

Amaral, Patricia (2010) Entailment, assertion, and textual coherence: the case of almost and barely. Linguistics 48(3):525-545.

Amaral, Patricia, Cummins, Chris, & Katsos, Napoleon (2011) Experimental Evidence on the Distinction Between Foregrounded and Backgrounded Meaning. Proceedings of the ESSLLI 2011 Workshop on Projective Meaning, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Amaral, Patricia Matos, Craige Roberts & E. Allyn Smith (2008) Review of Potts: Conventional Implicature. Linguistics and Philosophy 30:707-749.

Geurts, Bart & Rob van der Sandt. 2004. Interpreting focus. Theoretical Linguistics 30. 1–44.

Grubic, Mira (2011) On the projection behavior of freely associating mod- (= ‘only’) in Bole. Proceedings of the ESSLLI 2011 Workshop on Projective Meaning, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Harris, Jesse A. & Christpher Potts (2009) Perspective-shifting with appositives and expressives. Linguistics and Philosophy 32(6):523-552.

Jayez, Jacques (2009) Projective meaning and attachment. In Proceedings of the 17th Amsterdam Colloquium, 306-315.

Lassiter, Daniel (2009) Symmetric presupposition satisfaction is mid-sentence presupposition correction. ESSLLI 2009 Workshop on New Directions in the Theory of Presupposition.

Mayol, Laia & Elena Castroviejo (2011) Projective meaning and implicature cancellation. Proceedings of the Workshop on Projective Meaning, ESSLLI 2011, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Onea, Edgar & David Beaver (2010) Hungarian focus is not exhausted. In S. Ito & E. Cormany (eds.) Proceedings of Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) XIX, 2009. Ithaca, NY: CLC Publications.

Potts, Christopher (2005) The Logic of Conventional Implicatures. Oxford University Press.

Portner, Paul (2007) Instructions for Interpretation as Separate Performatives. In K. Schwabe & S. Winkler (eds.) On Information Structure, Meaning and Form. John Benjamins, 407-426.

Renans, Agata (2011) Projective meaning of only – evidence from Polish. Proceedings of the ESSLLI 2011 Workshop on Projective Meaning, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Roberts, Craige, Mandy Simons, David Beaver & Judith Tonhauser (2009) Presupposition, Conventional Implicature, and Beyond: A unified account of projection. In Proccedings of the Workshop on Presupposition, ESSLLI ’09, Bordeaux, July, 2009.

van Rooij, Robert (2007) Strengthening conditional presuppositions. Journal of Semantics 24:289-304.

Rubinstein, Aynat (2011) Projective signals of weak necessity modals. Proceedings of the ESSLLI 2011 Workshop on Projective Meaning, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Simons, Mandy, Judith Tonhauser, Craige Roberts & David Beaver (2010) What projects and why. In Nan Li & David Lutz (eds.), Semantics and linguistic theory (SALT) 20, 309–327. Ithaca, NY: CLC Publications.

Smith, E. Allyn & Hall, Kathleen (2011) Projection Diversity: Experimental Evidence. Proceedings of the ESSLLI 2011 Workshop on Projective Meaning, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Richmond H. Thomason, Matthew Stone and David DeVault (2006) Enlightened update: A computational architecture for presupposition and other pragmatic phenomena . Talk at the OSU Workshop on Presupposition Accommodation, the Ohio State Pragmatics Initiative, 2006. Available at: http://people.ict.usc.edu/~devault/publications.html

Tonhauser, Judith, David Beaver, Mandy Simons & Craige Roberts (2011) Towards a taxonomy of projective content. Ms. submitted for publication, The Ohio State University, University of Texas at Austin, and Carnegie Mellon University.

Xue, Jingyang & Edgar Onea (2011) Correlation between presupposition projection and at-issueness: An empirical study. Proceedings of the ESSLLI 2011 Workshop on Projective Meaning, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Zeevat, Henk (1992) Presupposition and accommodation in update semantics. Journal of Semantics 9:379-41

Zeevat, Henk (2002) Position paper delivered at One Day Only, Amsterdam, May 10, 2002.

2. Accommodation

Abbott, Barbara (2008) Presuppositions and common ground. Linguistics and Philosophy 31:523-538.

von Fintel, Kai (2008) What is presupposition accommodation, again? Philosophy of Language 22:137-170.

Gauker, Christopher (2008) Against accommodation: Heim, van der Sandt, and the presupposition projection problem. Philosophy of Language 22:171-205.

Roberts, Craige (to appear) Accommodation in a language game. To appear Barry Loewer & Jonathan Schaffer (eds.) volume in the Companion Series on the Philosophy of David Lewis, Blackwell Publishers.

3. Evidentiality

Evidentials, under scrutiny in a wide variety of languages since Faller’s influential dissertation (2002), display projective behavior, but generally are not presuppositional.

Faller, Martina (2002) Semantics and Pragmatics of Evidentials in Cuzco Quechua. Ph.D. dissertation, Stanford University.

Lee, Jungmee (2011) Evidentiality and its relationship to temporality and modality. Ph.D. dissertation, The Ohio State University.

Lee, Jungmee (2011) Temporal constraints on the meaning of evidentiality. Submitted to Natural Language Semantics.

Matthewson, Lisa, Henry Davis, & Hotze Rullmann (2007) Evidentials as epistemic modals: Evidence from St’´at’imcets. In J. V. Craenebroeck et al. (eds.) The Linguistic Variation Yearbook 7, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, 201–254.

Murray, E. Sarah (2010) Evidentiality and the Structure of Speech Acts. Ph.D. dissertation, Rutgers University.

Peterson, Tyler Roy Gösta (2010) Epistemic Modality and Evidentiality in Gitksan at the Semantics-Pragmatics Interface. Ph.D. thesis, University of British Columbia.

Smirnova, Anastasia (2011) Time and certainty: A study of tense and modality in Balkan languages. Ph.D. dissertation, The Ohio State University.

Smirnova, Anastasia (2011) Evidentiality in Bulgarian: Epistemic modality and temporarl relations. Submitted to the Journal of Semantics.