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9. Thiberge, G., Brunetti, L., & Fliessbach, J. (accepted). Différences fonctionnelles entre quasi-synonymes: les interrogatives de raison en français. In 9e Congrès Mondial de Linguistique Française. Lausanne (July 1st to July 5th 2024).

8. Fliessbach, J., Brunetti, L., & Yoo, H. (accepted). On the overlapping discourse functions of Spanish 'cómo que' and French 'comment ça' interrogatives. In K. Habicht, T. Hennoste, H. Metslang, & R. Pajusalu (Eds.), Open Linguistics. Subjectivity and Intersubjectivity in Language. Berlin: de Gruyter.

7. Fliessbach, J., García, N. M., & Uth, M. (2024). The Production of Post-Lexical Prosodic Prominence in Yucatec Maya and its Perception by Speakers of Yucatecan Spanish. International Journal of American Linguistics, 90(2), 185–226.

6. Fliessbach, Jan (accepted): Mirativity, obviousness, and reversal as instances of contrast on different levels of meaning. Evidence from Spanish intonation. In Jorina Brysbaert, Karen Lahousse (Eds.): On the role of contrast in Information Structure. Definition, types, encoding and annotation. Berlin: de Gruyter (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs/TiLSM).

5. Uth, M., Gutiérrez-Bravo, R., & Fliessbach, J. (2024). On the incompatibility of object fronting and progressive aspect in Yucatec Maya. Frontiers in Language Sciences, 2.

4. Fliessbach, Jan (2023). The intonation of expectations: On marked declaratives, exclamatives, and discourse particles in Castilian Spanish. Open Romance Linguistics: Vol. 3. Berlin: Language Science Press.

3. Fliessbach, Jan (2021). Intonational meaning in Spanish: A dynamic semantics perspective on prosodically marked declaratives, exclamatives, and discourse particles. Dissertation. Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin.

2. Feldhausen, I., Fliessbach, J., & Vanrell, M. d. M. (Eds.). (2018). Studies in Laboratory Phonology: Vol. 6. Methods in prosody: A Romance language perspective. Berlin: Language Science Press.

1. Fliessbach, Jan (2018). Epistemic Stance in Italian and in the Mind. Book Review on Andrzej Zuczkowski, Ramona Bongelli, Ilaria Riccioni. Epistemic stance in dialogue: Knowing, unknowing, believing (Dialogue Studies 29. Amsterdam: John Benjamins). Pragmatics.Reviews, 6.1, 13-26.


17. Fliessbach, Jan (2023, September). On “missing” verbs in French and Spanish how-that-interrogatives. Presentation held at '38th Romanistentag'. Leipzig.

16. Fliessbach, J., & Rockstroh, J. (2023, Juli). The placement of wh-objects in French partial interrogatives as a stance-taking device – a challenge for sociolinguistics. Presentation held at '18th International Pragmatics Conference'. Brussels.

15. Fliessbach, Jan (2023, Juni). On the role of duration and length for the realization of contour tones in Yucatec Maya. Presentation held at 'Exploring the relation between duration and length across languages'. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.

14. Fliessbach, J., & Rockstroh, J. (2023, März). On the role of verbs in French partial interrogative syntax: Presentation held at 'Linglunch LLF'. Paris.

13. Fliessbach, J., & Rockstroh, J. (2023, Januar). Tu sais quoi ? Qu’est-ce que tu racontes ? Qu’est-ce que tu as ?: Verb induced wh-placement patterns in French partial interrogatives. Presentation held at the 'Linguistic Lecture Series' of the Centre Language - Variation - Multilingualism, Potsdam.

12. Fliessbach, Jan (2022, July): R teaser. R und RStudio als Werkzeuge in der Statistik. Presentation held at 'Kolloquium Mehrsprachigkeit'. Universität Potsdam, Potsdam.

11. Fliessbach, Jan (2022, May): On sluicing and wh-stripping in Spanish and French. Presentation held at 'Linguistisches Kolloquium der Romanistik'. Universität zu Köln, Köln.

10. Fliessbach, J.; Brunetti, Lisa; Yoo, Hiyon (2022, May): On the overlapping discourse functions of Spanish "cómo que" and French "comment ça (que)" interrogatives. Presentation held at 'Subjectivity and Intersubjectivity in Language and Culture'. Centre for Excellence in Estonian Studies, Tartu, Estonia.

9. Fliessbach, Jan (2022, March): Comparing non-canonical interrogatives in Spanish and French. Presentation at LingLunch, Laboratoire de Linguistique Formelle. Paris, France, 24/3/2022.

8. Fliessbach, Jan (2021). Mirativity, obviousness, and reversal as instances of contrast on different levels of meaning: Evidence from Spanish. Presentation at the ‘International workshop on the expression of contrast and the annotation of information structure in corpora’. Leuven, Belgium.

7. Fliessbach, Jan (2020). A corpus based approach to the semantics of Spanish discourse particles and intonational contours. Poster and video presented at 'Sensus 2020: Formal Semantics and Pragmatics in Romance'. Amherst, United States.

6. Fliessbach, Jan (2019, March). Sobre la independencia entre prosodia y sintaxis en exclamativas. Poster presented at 'XXII. Deutscher Hispanistentag - constelaciones, redes, transformaciones', Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin.

5. Fliessbach, Jan (2017 , July). ¡Hombre, pues claro! - Una aproximación a la interacción entre partículas discursivas y patrones de entonación. XVIII Congreso de la Asociación de Lingüística y Filología de la América Latina, Bogotá, Colombia.

4. Fliessbach, Jan (2017, June). From lab speech to dialogue corpora: Givenness and Obviousness in Castilian Spanish intonation. Poster präsentiert bei  'Phonetics and Phonology in Europe 2017'. Universität zu Köln, Köln.

3. Fliessbach, Jan (2016, July). Mirativität und Fokus, Selbstverständlichkeit und Gegebenheit: Mit F0 Manipulation zur Kategorienbildung, Vortrag im Rahmen der 'Sommerschule des Deutschen Romanistenverbandes', Universität Wien, Wien, Österreich.

2. Fliessbach, Jan (2016, March). Prosodie und Modalität in México D.F. – Forschung am Rande der Sprache?, Vortrag auf dem 'Forum Junge Romanistik 2016', Universität Würzburg, Würzburg, Deutschland.

1. Reich, U., & Fliessbach, J. (2014, January). The Sound of truth. Focus and epistemic operators in the common ground as complementary meanings of intonation in romance languages. Vortrag auf dem Workshop zu 'Focus realization and interpretation in Romance and beyond', Universität zu Köln, Köln, Deutschland.

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