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Regina Stodden, Laura Kallmeyer, Lea Kawaletz, and Heidrun Dorgeloh. 2023. Using Masked Language Model Probabilities of Connectives for Stance Detection in English Discourse. In Proceedings of the 10th Workshop on Argument Mining, pages 11–18, Singapore. Association for Computational Linguistics.

Heidrun Dorgeloh, Lea Kawaletz, Simon Stein, Regina Stodden, and Stefan Conrad. 2024. Using Discourse Connectives to Test Genre Bias in Masked Language Models. In Proceedings of the 5th Workshop on Computational Approaches to Discourse (CODI 2024), pages 27–38, St. Julians, Malta. Association for Computational Linguistics.

Heidrun Dorgeloh. 2023. Who’s leading the pack? Verb phrase inversion beyond information packaging. In: Jasmin Pfeifer, Sabine Arndt-Lappe, Heidrun Dorgeloh, Gero Kunter & Christian Uffmann (eds.), INGO 6.0: The Proceedings, 113-127.

Lea Kawaletz, Heidrun Dorgeloh, Stefan Conrad & Zeljko Bekcic. 2022. Developing an argument annotation scheme based on a semantic classification of arguments. ACL Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialogue, 64-67.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun & Anja Wanner. 2022. Discourse Syntax: English Grammar beyond the Sentence. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. https://youtu.be/KFJ4ALhmi2g

Dorgeloh, Heidrun & Anja Wanner. 2019. Genre Variation. In Aarts, Bas, Jill Bowie & Gergana Popova (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of English Grammar, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (DOI:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198755104.001.0001)

Dorgeloh, Heidrun. 2019. Natur und Kultur in der Grammatik: Konditionalkonstruktionen der englischen Rechtssprache. In: Elmar Schafroth, Nora Wirtz, Domenico Conte (eds.), Natur und Kultur in den Geisteswissenschaften (Beiträge zur Kulturwissenschaft, Bd. 42), 205-218, Oberhausen: Athena.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun. 2016. The interrelationship of register and genre in medical discourse. In Schubert, C. - C. Sanchez-Stockhammer (eds.), Variational Text Linguistics: Revisiting Register in English (Topics in English Linguistics 90). Berlin/ New York: De Gruyter Mouton.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun & Gero Kunter. 2015. Modelling adjective phrase inversion as an instance of functional specialization in non-locative inversion. In: Sanchez-Stockhammer, Christina (ed.), Building bridges into the future: Can we predict linguistic change? Special issue of VARIENG.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun. 2014. “If it didn't work the first time, we can try it again”: Conditionals as a grounding device in a genre of illness discourse”. Communication & Medicine 11/1, 55-67.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun. 2012. “Arztbericht vs. Patientengeschichte: Story point als Genremerkmal im medizinischen Internetdiskurs“. In: A. Nünning, J. Rupp, R. Hagelmoser, J.I.Meyer (eds.), Narrative Genres im Internet: Theoretische Bezugsrahmen, Mediengattungstypologie und Funktionen (WVT-Handbücher zum literaturwissenschaftlichen Studium), Trier: WVT, 261-276.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun & Anja Wanner. 2010. “Introduction”. In: H. Dorgeloh - A. Wanner (eds.), Syntactic variation and genre, 1-26. Berlin/ New York: de Gruyter Mouton.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun & Anja Wanner (eds.). 2010. Syntactic Variation and Genre (Topics in English Linguistics 70). Berlin/ New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun & Anja Wanner. 2009. "Formulaic argumentation in scientific discourse". In: Corrigan, Roberta, Edith A. Moravcsik, Hamid Ouali & Kathleen M. Wheatley (eds.), Formulaic Language: Volume 2. Acquisition, loss, psychological reality, and functional explanations. Amsterdam/ Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 523-544.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun. 2006. “Inversion in descriptive and narrative discourse: A text-typological account following functional principles”. Cahiers de Recherche 9, 101-114.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun. 2005. “Patterns of Agentivity and Narrativity in Early Science Discourse”. In: Peikola, Matti et al. (eds.), Opening windows in discourse and texts from the past, Amsterdam/ Philadelphia: Benjamins.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun. 2005. “’Form follows function’ in the history of English: The representation of human experience in scientific English”. In: D. Stanulewicz et al. (eds.), De lingua et litteris: Studia in honorem Casimiri Andreae Sroka. Gdansk: Wydawnictwo Gdanskiego.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun. 2004. “Conjunction in sentence and discourse: Sentence initial and and discourse structure”. Journal of Pragmatics 36, 1761 – 1779.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun & Anja Wanner. 2004. „The limits of variation in scientific abstracts – syntactic and functional constraints“. International Journal of Applied Linguistics 143, 37-60.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun & Anja Wanner. 2003. "Too abstract for agents? The syntax and semantics of agentivity in abstracts of English research articles". In: Holden, H. – S. Olsen – H. Tappe (eds.), Mediating between Concepts and Grammar (Series 'Trends in Linguistics'), Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 433-453.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun. 2001. "Story, history, or other? The narrative text type and the evolution of English genres". In: Degand, L. et al. (eds.), Multidisciplinary Approaches to Discourse, Amsterdam/ Münster: Nodus Publikationen, 73-85.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun. 2001. „Pragmatics within a ‘rigid’ syntactic system: The case of English word order“. In: Liedtke, F. - F. Hundsnurscher (eds.), Pragmatische Syntax, Tübingen: Niemeyer, 165-196.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun. 2001. “Inversion in English discourse: system-based function vs. context-based effect". In: Anglistentag 2000 Berlin. Trier: Wiss. Verlag.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun. 1997. Inversion in Modern English: Form and Function. Amsterdam/ Philadelphia: Benjamins.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun. 1996. „The cognitive status of marked syntax: English inversions“. In: Sroka, K., Kognitive Aspekte der Sprache. Akten des 30. Linguistischen Kolloquiums, Gdansk 1995, 55-60.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun. 1996. „Viewpoint and subjectivity in English inversion“. In: Pütz, M. - R. Dirven (eds.). The construal of space in language and thought, Berlin/ New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 509-526.

Dorgeloh, Heidrun. 1995. „Viewpoint and the organisation of informative discourse: On the discourse function of full inversion in English“. In: Warvik, B. - S.-K. Tanskanen - R. Hiltunen (eds.), Organization in Discourse. Proceedings from the Turku Conference, Anglicana Turkuensia 14, 223-230.

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