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Published works

(i) Books and other monographs:

(ii) Journal-papers: 

(iii) International refereed contributions to books:

  • Adli, Aria (accepted). Syntactic complexity and discourse management in the speech of the very old: Coherence and implicational hierarchies. In Lectal Coherence: Theoretical and empirical foundations for the study of orderly heterogeneity and social meaning, ed. by Karen V. Beaman, and Gregory R. Guy, New York & London: Routledge.
  • Adli, Aria (2017). “Variation in style: Register and lifestyle in Parisian French.” In Isabelle Buchstaller & Beat Siebenhaar (eds.), Selected papers from the 8th International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 8), 175-171. Amsterdam & New York: John Benjamins.
  • Adli, Aria (2015). What you like is not what you do: acceptability and frequency in syntactic variation. In Aria Adli, Marco García García & Göz Kaufmann (eds.), System, Usage, and Society. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • Adli, Aria (2011). On the Relation between Acceptability and Frequency. In Esther Rinke & Tanja Kupisch (eds.), The development of grammar: language acquisition and diachronic change - Volume in honour of Jürgen M. Meisel, 383–404. Amsterdam, New York: Benjamins.
  • Adli, Aria (2005). Gradedness and Consistency in Grammaticality Judgments. In Stephan Kepser & Marga Reis (eds.), Linguistic Evidence: Empirical, Theoretical, and Computational Perspectives, 7-25. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

(iv) Other contributions to books:

(v) Conference Proceedings

(vi) Linguistic Corpus/Treebank Construction

  • 2005-2019: sgs [spontaneous speech, grammaticality judgments, social data], multilingual database of Persian, French, Spanish and Catalan containing syntactically annotated transcriptions of spontaneous speech, 67 hours of digitized acoustic data, acceptability judgments, social metadata of 254 speakers, as well as the query software sgsTree. Sociolinguistic Lab, Universität zu Köln

(vii) Computer programs and test design

  • Adli, Aria (2010). Computer-based gradient acceptability judgment test for auditory stimuli [see the online demo; further details in The Linguistic Review paper, 2011]. 

(viii) Technical Reports 

  • Adli, Aria (2014). Syntactic Annotation Guidelines for Spanish and Catalan. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
  • Adli, Aria (2013). Syntactic Annotation Guidelines for Persian. University of Freiburg.
  • Adli, Aria (2011). Syntactic Annotation Guidelines for French. University of Freiburg. 
  • Adli, Aria (2007). Transcription Guidelines for Persian. New York University. 
  • Adli, Aria (2007). Transcription Guidelines for French, Spanish, and Catalan. New York University.

(ix) Invited Talks; Conference and workshop papers:

USA (University of Pennsylvania, Stanford University, NYU, Ohio State University, University of Chicago at Urbana-Champaign, University of Texas at San Antonio), Canada (U Ottawa, U Toronto, SFU Vancouver), Great Britain (Newcastle University, University of Edinburgh), Spain (Universitat de Barcelona, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, University of Bilbao), Germany (U Kiel, U Konstanz, U Hamburg, U Frankfurt Main, U Frankfurt Oder, U Bremen, U Tübingen, U Munich, U Freiburg, U Bonn, U Wuppertal, U Heidelberg, U Potsdam, ZAS Berlin, MPI for Evolutionary Anthropology Leipzig, HfMT Hamburg, U Erlangen, U Cologne, U Würzburg, U Flensburg, FU Berlin, U Leipzig, U Stuttgart, U Bielefeld), France (ENS Paris, U Strasbourg), Austria (U Vienna, U Graz), Switzerland (U Neuchâtel), Finland (University of Helsinki), Sweden (U Uppsala), Iran (U Teheran, Allameh Tabataba'i U Teheran, U Isfahan), Northern Ireland (U Belfast), Netherlands (VU Amsterdam, U Leiden), South Korea (Seoul National University)