Wolfgang Schulze

List of John Benjamins publications for which Wolfgang Schulze plays a role.


Schulze, Wolfgang 2017 Chapter 2. Toward a cognitive typology oflike-expressionsSimilative and Equative Constructions: A cross-linguistic perspective, Treis, Yvonne and Martine Vanhove (eds.), pp. 33–78 | Chapter
From a typological point of view, expressions of likeness are marked for a seemingly heterogeneous set of corresponding linguistic representations, ranging for instance from locative-based case marking strategies to lexical expressions and constructional patterns. I argue thatlike-concepts… read more
Schulze, Wolfgang and Andreas Hölzl 2013 Review of Malchukov & Whaley (2012): Recent Advances in Tungusic LinguisticsStudies in Language 37:2, pp. 454–462 | Review
Schulze, Wolfgang 2011 Review of Dum-Tragut (2009): ArmenianStudies in Language 35:4, pp. 935–944 | Review
Schulze, Wolfgang 2010 Review of Yu (2007): A Natural History of InfixationStudies in Language 34:2, pp. 471–481 | Review
Schulze, Wolfgang 2009 A new model of metaphorization: Case semantics in East CaucasianMetonymy and Metaphor in Grammar, Panther, Klaus-Uwe, Linda L. Thornburg and Antonio Barcelona (eds.), pp. 147–175 | Article
Schulze, Wolfgang 2007 Communication or memory mismatch? Towards a cognitive typology of questionsAspects of Meaning Construction, Radden, Günter, Klaus-Michael Köpcke, Thomas Berg and Peter Siemund (eds.), pp. 247–264 | Article
Questions are traditionally interpreted as a universal strategy in human language that invites the addressee to share his/her knowledge with the speaker. Hence, questions are seen as a basic property of human communication. However, from a cognitive point of view, it may be asked whether questions… read more
Schulze, Wolfgang 2006 Nikolayeva, Irina & Maria Tolskaya. A Grammar of UdiheStudies in Language 30:3, pp. 599–616 | Article
Schulze, Wolfgang 2004 Review of Harris (): Endoclitics and the Origins of Udi MorphosyntaxStudies in Language 28:2, pp. 419–441 | Review article
SUMMARY The question of whether early Indo-European languages (or Proto-Indo-European (PIE) itself) stood in contact with the languages of the Caucasus has often been discussed by referring to a number of lexical items that are thought to be either loans from some Caucasian languages into (P)IE or… read more