Dissertation

Grubic, M. (2015). Focus and alternative sensitivity in Ngamo (West-Chadic). Ph.D. thesis, University of Potsdam. [link]

Publications

Grubic, M. Two strategies of reopening QUDs -- evidence from German auch & noch. In R. Truswell (ed.) Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 21. [link]

Grubic, M. & A. Renans. Definiteness marking on VPs/TPs in Ga and Ngamo. In V. Hohaus and W. Rothe (eds.) Proceedings of Triple A 3, 1-15. [link]

Grubic, M. (2016) German erst - a temporal addition to the 'exclusive muddle'. In N. Bade et al (eds.), Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 20, 323-340.[link]

Grubic, M. (2012a). Kapa as an end-of-scale marker in Bole and Ngizim (West Chadic). In A. Aguilar Guevara et al (eds.), Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 16, 293-306.

Grubic, M. (2012b). The West-Chadic particle kapa as an end-of-scale marker. In E. Bogal-Allbritten (ed.), Proceedings of the sixth conference on the semantics of under-represented languages in the Americas and Sula-Bar, 303-318.

Grubic, M. (2011) On the Projection Behaviour of Freely Associating mod- (only) in Bole (West Chadic). In G. Kierstead (ed.), Proceedings of ESSLLI 2011: Workshop on Projective Content, 23-41.

Grubic, M. and M. Zimmermann. (2011). Conventional and free association with focus in Ngamo (West Chadic). In I. Reich et al. (eds.), Sinn und Bedeutung 15. Proceedings of the 2010 Annual Conference of the Gesellschaft für Semantik. Saarbrücken: Saarland University Press, 291-305. [link]

Grubic, M. (2010). Ngizim fieldnotes. In S. Petrova & M. Grubic (eds.), Linguistic Fieldnotes I: Information structure in African Languages. Working Papers of the SFB 632 (ISIS) 13. 1-76. [link]

Chiarcos, C., Fiedler, I., Grubic, M., Haida, A., Hartmann, K., Ritz, J., Schwarz, A., Zeldes, A. & Zimmermann, M. (2009). Information Structure in African Languages: Corpora and Tools. In De Pauw, G., L. Levin, & de Schryver G-M. (eds.), Proceedings of the Workshop on Language Technologies for African Languages (AFLAT), 12th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (EACL-09) (17-24), March 2009, Athens, Greece. [link]

Grubic, M. (2008). The prosodic realization of Y/N-questions in Mandarin Chinese. MA Thesis, University of Potsdam, submitted on the 28.07.2008. [link]

Presentations

Grubic, M. (2016).Two strategies of reopening QUDs - evidence from German auch & noch. Talk held at Sinn und Bedeutung 21, Edinburgh, 05.09.2016

Grubic, M. (2016). Additive particles, parallelity and distinctness. Talk held at the ESSLLI workshop "Formal, Probabilistic and Typological Approaches to Discourse Particles and Modal Adverbs", Bolzano, 23.08.2016

Grubic, M. & A. Renans (2016). Definiteness marking on VPs/TPs in Ga and Ngamo. Talk held at `The semantics of African, Asian and Austonesian Languages, Tübingen, 08.07.2016

Grubic, M. (2016). Interaction of definite & indefinite determiners in Ngamo (W-Chadic). Talk held at the workshop "On the semantic contribution of Det and Num", Barcelona, 28.05.2016

Genzel, S., M. Grubic & A. Renans (2016). Prosodic focus marking in Akan, Ga & Ngamo. Talk held at the workshop Prosody and Information Structure, Stuttgart, 23.03.2016

Grubic, M. & A. Renans (2015). Reference to events in Ga and Ngamo. Talk held at the 12th Even Semantics Workshop, Stuttgart, 20.11.2015

Grubic, M. (2015). German erst -- a temporal addition to the 'exclusive muddle'. Poster presented at Sinn und Bedeutung 20, Tübingen, 09.09.2015

Grubic, M. (2014). Background- or Topic-marking in Ngamo (Chadic). Talk held at the workshop Focus Sensitive Expressions from a Cross Linguistic Perspective, Tel Aviv, 04.02.2014.

Grubic, M. & A. Mucha (2013). If only means must . . . : Analyzing the modal meanings of the Hausa exclusive particle sai and its use in conditionals. Poster presented at the International Congress of Linguists, Geneva, 23.07.2013.

Grubic, M. & A. Mucha (2012). Explaining the modal readings of Hausa sai (=only). Talk held at Modality@OttawaU, Ottawa, 20.04.2012.

Grubic, M. (2012). Background and discourse-topicality. Talk held at the Questions in Discourse network meeting, Frankfurt, 10.03.2012

Grubic, M. (2011). "Kapa" as an end of scale marker in Bole and Ngizim (West Chadic). Talk held at Sinn und Bedeutung 16, Utrecht, 07.09.2011.

Grubic, M. (2011). On the projection behaviour of freely associating mod- (= "only") in Bole. Talk held at the ESSLLI 2011 Workshop on Projective Meanings, Ljubljana, 11.08.2011.

Grubic, M. (2011). The scalar particle kapa in the West Chadic languages Bole and Ngizim. Guest lecture at the SFB 833, Project C1, Eberhard-Karl-Universität Tübingen, 26.05.2011.

Grubic, M. (2011). The scalar particle kapa in the West Chadic languages Bole and Ngizim. Talk held at the SULA-bar Conference, Manchester, 04.05.2011.

Genzel, S. und M. Grubic (2011). Focus (non-)realization in Ngamo (West Chadic). Talk held at the workshop on the phonological marking of focus and topic, GLOW 34, Vienna, 27.04.2011.

Grubic, M. (2010). An interface account of focus realization in Ngamo (West Chadic). Talk held at BAALL's First Conference on Afroasiatic Grammar, Paris, 27.11.2010.

Grubic, M. & M. Zimmermann (2010). Conventional and free association with focus in Ngamo (West Chadic). Talk held at Sinn und Bedeutung 15, Saarbrücken, 11.09.2010.

Grubic, M. & A. Haida (2010). Quasi, Free, and Conventional Focus Association. Evidence from Chadic for a Reclassification of Some Operators. Talk held at the International Conference SFB 632 "Information Structure", Potsdam, 08.06.2010. 

Zimmermann, M. & M. Grubic (2010). The expression of indefiniteness in Hausa. Talk held at the 32. Jahrestagung der DGfS, AG 4 "Indefiniteness Crosslinguistically", Berlin, 25.02.2010

Grubic, M. & M. Zimmermann (2010). Focus-sensitivity in Ngamo (West Chadic). Talk held at the London-Potsdam Meeting, London, 22.01.2010.

Chiarcos, C., Fiedler, I., Grubic, M., Haida, A., Hartmann, K., Ritz, J., Schwarz, A., Zeldes, A. & M. Zimmermann (2009). Information Structure in African Languages: Corpora and Tools. Talk held at the EACL 2009 Workshop on Language Technologies for African Languages, Athens, 31.03.2009.

Grubic, M. & M. Zimmermann (2009). Focus-driven Inversion: The Position of Postverbal Subjects in Tangale (West Chadic). Talk held at the Potsdam-Leipzig Meeting, Lutherstadt Wittenberge, 27.03.2009.

Grubic, M. (2007). Recognition of Chinese Ma-Question Intonation. Talk held at the TaCoS 2007, 15.06.2007