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Jacob, P. (2010). On the Obligatoriness of Focus Marking: Evidence from Tar B’arma. In I. Fiedler, & A. Schwarz (Eds.), The Expression of Information Structure. A documentation of its diversity across African (pp. 117–144). Typological Studies in Language. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
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Fiedler, I., Hartmann, K., Reineke, B., Schwarz, A., & Zimmermann, M. (2010). Subject Focus in West African Languages. In M. Zimmermann, & C. Féry (Eds.), Information Structure. Theoretical, Typological and Experimental Perspectives (pp. 234–257). Oxford, UK: Oup.
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Hartmann, K., & Zimmermann, M. (2009). Morphological Focus Marking in Guruntum. Lingua, 119(9), 1340–1365.
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Hartmann, K. (2009). Introduction. In A Cross-Linguistic View of Focus Realizations (pp. 1–65).
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Haida, A., & Repp, S. (2009). Local and global implicatures in wh-question disjunctions. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. In M. Aloni, & K. Schulz (Eds.), Proceedings of the 17th Amsterdam Colloquium 2009.
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Chiarcos, C., Fiedler, I., Grubic, M., Hartmann, K., Ritz, J., Schwarz, A., et al. (2009). Information Structure in African Languages: Corpora and Tools. In Proceedings of EACL 2009. Workshop on Language Technologies for African Languages. Athens.
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Zimmermann, M. (2008). Quantification in Hausa. In L. Matthewson (Ed.), Quantification: Universals and Variation. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
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Hartmann, K., & Zimmermann, M. (2008). Not only ’only’, but ’too’, too. Alternative-sensitive particles in Bura. In A. Grønn (Ed.), Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung (SuB) 12 (pp. 196–211). Oslo, Department of Literature, Area Studies and European Languages, University of Oslo.
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Hartmann, K. (2008). Focus and Tone. Acta Linguistica Hungarica, 55, 415–426.
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Hartmann, K., Jacob, P., & Zimmermann, M. (2008). Asymmetric Focus Marking in Bura. In S. Ishihara, M. Schmitz, & A. Schwarz (Eds.), Working Papers of the SFB 632 (pp. 45–92). Interdisciplinary Studies on Information Structure, 8. Potsdam: Universitätsverlag Potsdam.
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Hartmann, K. (2008). Focus and Emphasis in Tone and Intonation Languages. In A. Steube (Ed.), The discourse potential of underspecified structures (pp. 389–411). Berlin: de Gruyter.
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Haida, A. (2008). The indefiniteness and focusing of question words. In T. Friedman, & S. Ito (Eds.), Proceedings of SALT XVIII. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University.
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Aboh, E. O., Hartmann, K., & Zimmermann, M. (Eds.). (2007). Focus Strategies in African Languages: The Interaction of Focus and Grammar in Niger-Congo and Afro-Asatic. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
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Hartmann, K., & Zimmermann, M. (2007). Focus Strategies in Chadic: The Case of Tangale Revisited. Studia Linguistica, 61(2), 95–129.
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Hartmann, K., & Zimmermann, M. (2007). In Place – Out of Place?: Focus in Hausa. In K. Schwabe, & S. Winkler (Eds.), On information structure: meaning and form (pp. 365–403). Amsterdam: Benjamins.
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Hartmann, K., & Zimmermann, M. (2007). Exhaustivity Marking in Hausa: A Re-Evaluation of the Particle nee/cee. In E. O. Aboh, K. Hartmann, & M. Zimmermann (Eds.), Focus Strategies in African Languages: The Interaction of Focus and Grammar in Niger-Congo and Afro-Asatic (pp. 241–263). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
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Zimmermann, M. (2006). Adverbial Quantification and Focus in Hausa. In C. Ebert, & C. Endriss (Eds.), Proceedings of “Sinn und Bedeutung 10”. Berlin.
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Hartmann, K., & Zimmermann, M. (2006). Information Structure and the Left Periphery in Dghwede. In P. Brandt, & E. Fuss (Eds.), Form, Structure, and Grammar. A Festschrift Presented to Günther Grewendorf on Occasion of His 60th Birthday (pp. 187–207). Berlin: Akademie Verlag.
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Hartmann, K. (2006). Focus Constructions in Hausa. In V. Molnár, & S. Winkler (Eds.), The Architecture of Focus. Studies in Generative Grammar (pp. 579–607). Berlin, New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
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Hartmann, K., & Zimmermann, M. (2004). Nominal and Verbal Focus in the Chadic Languages. In Proceedings of the 40th Conference of the Chicago Linguistics Society (CLS) (pp. 87–101). Chicago.
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Haida, A., Hartmann, K., & Veenstra, T. (Eds.). The Structure of Clefts. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
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Haida, A., & Repp, S. Monoclausal question word coordinations across languages. In Proceedings of NELS (Vol. 39).
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Haida, A., & Repp, S. Disjunction in wh-questions. In Proceedings of NELS (Vol. 40).
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Haida, A. On the semantics and pragmatics of yes/no-question disjunctions: Evidence from Chadic. In Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 14.
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Haida, A. (Proto-)Logophoricity in Tangale. In Proceedings of NELS (Vol. 40).
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