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Schneider, Viktoria, Lea Kawaletz and Sven Kotowski. In prep. Eventualities in nominalization semantics: The case of denominal -ment-formations.

Plag, Ingo, Lea Kawaletz, Sabine Arndt-Lappe and Rochelle Lieber. In press. Analogical modeling of derivational semantics. Submitted to appear in Sven Kotowski & Ingo Plag (eds.), The semantics of derivational morphology: Theory, methods, evidence. 37 pages. Berlin: de Gruyter.

Kawaletz, Lea. 2021. The semantics of English -ment nominalizations. PhD Dissertation, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf.

Lapesa, Gabriella, Lea Kawaletz, Ingo Plag, Marios Andreou, Max Kisselew & Sebastian Padó. 2018. Disambiguation of newly derived nominalizations in context: A Distributional Semantics approach. Word Structure 11(3), pp. 277–312. doi: 10.3366/word.2018.0131

Plag, Ingo, Marios Andreou & Lea Kawaletz. 2018. A frame-semantic approach to polysemy in affixation. In Olivier Bonami, Gilles Boyé, Georgette Dal, Hélène Giraudo, Fiammetta Namer (Eds.): The lexeme in descriptive and theoretical morphology. Empirically Oriented Theoretical Morphology and Syntax. Berlin: Language Science Press. pp. 467–486.

Kawaletz, Lea. 2015. Review of Tanja Säily: Sociolinguistic Variation in English Derivational Productivity. Studies and Methods in Diachronic Corpus Linguistics. Morphology 25(3), 345–347. doi: 10.1007/s11525-015-9263-2

Kawaletz, Lea & Ingo Plag. 2015. Predicting the semantics of English nominalizations: A frame‐based analysis of ‐ment suffixation. In Laurie Bauer, Lívia Körtvélyessy & Pavol Štekauer (eds.), Semantics of Complex Words. Dordrecht: Springer. pp. 289-319.

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