Jonathan Ginzburg

Enseignant-chercheur

Statut : Professeur à l'UFR d'études anglophones, membre senior de l'IUF

Adresse :

LLF, CNRS – UMR 7110
Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7
Case 7031 – 5, rue Thomas Mann,
75205 Paris cedex 13

Mail : lbangna.tvamohet@h-cnevf.se

CV : Jonathan Ginzburg_fr.pdf (323 Ko)

Site Web : https://sites.google.com/site/jonathanginzburgswebsite/

Domaines :
  Discours et dialogue

Axes de recherche :
  Linguistique computationnelle

Présentation générale

Professeur à l'UFR d'études anglophones (Paris Diderot)

Mes publications sont dans les domaines de l'analyse du dialogue, de la grammaire formelle, du traîtement automatique des langues, de l'apprentissage automatique, de la linguistique de corpus, de la langue d'enfants, et de l'evolution de la langue.  Je suis l'un des fondateurs et actuellement un des redacteurs en chef (managing editor) de la revue Dialogue and Discourse (http://www.dialogue-and-discourse.org), la revue principale du travail formel et computationnel de dialogue et discours.

Projets de recherche

Sept 2016-Aug 2021 Senior member Institute Universitaire de France.

Apr 2014-Oct 2017 Principal Investigator (Paris-Diderot), with David Schlangen (Bielefeld): Disfluencies, Exclamations and Laughter in Dialogue (DUEL), Agence Nationale de la Recherche and Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft projets franco-allemand en sciences humaines et sociales (€400,000).

Dec 2011-Dec 2021 Associate, Laboratory of Excellence LabEx-EFL (co- ordinator Christian Puech); Coordinator of three LabEx projects: DIA: Modelling language in interaction (Strand 2: Experimental grammar from a crosslinguistic perspective), OLA8: Non sentential utterances in child and adult speech (Strand 4: Language Representation and Processing in a lifespan perspective), OLA20: Laughter in the lifes- pan (Strand 4: Language Representation and Processing in a lifespan perspective).

Sept 2012-Aug 2013 Visiting Scholar, (Délégation), Laboratoire de Linguistique Formelle (UMR 7110), Paris.

Jan 2010-Dec 2013 Co-Investigator and joint author of the proposal (PI Robin Cooper) Semantic Analysis of Interaction and Coordination in Dialogue (SAICD), Swedish Science Foundation (VR) (1,900,000 SEK)

September 2006-January 2007 Senior Visitor, DEaling With Uncertainty in dialogue (DEAWU) EU FP6 Marie Curie Transfer of Knowledge project based at Potsdam University, Germany.

October 2006-September 2009 Co-Investigator (with Patrick Healey) DiET: Dialogue Experimental Tool, Engineering and Physical Sciences Re- search Council, (£178,525)

April 2005-March 2008 Co-Investigator (with Ruth Kempson et al) Dialogue Matters: Securing Foundations for Dialogue Technology Devel- opment, The Leverhulme Trust, (£150,000)

December 2002-November 2005 Principal Investigator (with Shalom Lappin) PROFILE: PRocessing Of Fragments In diaLoguE, Economic and Social Research Council (£80,000)

October 2000-September 2003 Principal Investigator (with Patrick Healey) Long-term representation of structural information in Dialogue Interaction, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, grant num- ber GR/R04942/01 (£60,000)

October 1999-September 2002 Co-Investigator [main author of proposal] (with Shalom Lappin) Phrasal Utterance Resolution in Dialogue, UK Economic and Social Research Council, grant number R000222969 (£40,000).

Enseignement

Discourse and Dialogue,  seminaire M2

Le Langage et ses Interfaces, seminaire M1 (CM) (L'évolution et l'acquisition du langage, les gestes, l'emotion, l'humeur, le théâtre, la musique...)

L’énoncé dans la grammaire, seminaire M1 (CM) (La sémantique du dialogue)

Le contenu et le raisonnement dans divers cadres et médias: Séminaire  doctorale

Direction de thèses

1. 2000-04 (comme directeur) Matthew Purver, King's College, London; Titre: The Theory and Use of Clarification Requests in Dialogue. (PostDoc à Stanford et à Londres; actuellement--- Reader à Queen Mary, University of London)


2. 2001-2006 (comme directeur) Raquel Fernàndez Rovira, King's College, London; Titre: Non-Sentential Utterances in Dialogue: Classification, Resolution and Use.  (PostDoc à Potsdam et à Stanford et actuellement Associate Professor à l'Université d'Amsterdam)

3. 2003-2007 (comme directeur) Zoran Macura, King's College, London;
Titre: Metacommunication and Lexical Acquisition in a Primitive Foraging Environment. (PostDoc à l’université de Plymouth; actuellement chercheur à une société à Hong Kong)

2011-2018 (comme directeur) Kwong-Cheong Wong , Université Paris-Diderot; Titre: Classifying conversational genres in dialogue.

           [2013] Kwong-Cheong Wong and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘Investigating Non- Sentential Utterances in   a Spoken Chinese Corpus’. In: Proceedings of PACLING 2013, Tokyo September 2013.

[2015] Kwong-Cheong Wong and Jonathan Ginzburg `Distribution of non-sentential utterances across BNC genres: A preliminary report’. (Abstract) In: Proceedings of SemDial 2015.

 

2013-2019 (comme directeur) Sara Moradlou, allocation doctorale du LabEx-EFL. Titre: Modélisation de l'emergence de la grammaire enfantine 

[2013] Jonathan Ginzburg and Sara Moradlou ‘The earliest utterances in dialogue: towards a formal theory of parent/child talk in interaction’. In: Proceedings of the 17th Workshop on the Semantics

and Pragmatics of Dialogue (DialDam), Amsterdam.
[2014] Sara Moradlou and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘Learning to Understand Questions’. In: Philippe

Muller and Verena Rieser (eds.) Proceedings of SemDial 2014 (DialWatt), Heriott Watt University,

Edinburgh, September 2014.
[2016] Sara Moradlou and Jonathan Ginzburg `Young Children’s Answers to Questions’. Paper

presented at the Workshop on “The role of pragmatic factors in child language processing”, 2016 Humboldt University, Berlin

2015- 2019(comme directeur) Chiara Mazzocconi, bourse doctorale de l’université Sorbonne Paris-Cité, international fellowships scheme. Titre: Laughter in Interaction.

[2016] Chiara Mazzocconi, Ye Tian, , and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘A multi-layered analysis Laughter’. In: Proceedings of SemDial 2016, Rutgers, July 2016.

[2016] Ye Tian, Chiara Mazzocconi, and Jonathan Ginzburg When do we laugh?. In: Proceedings of SigDial 2016, the 17th Annual Meeting of the Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialogue, ICT/University of Southern California, sept 2016.

2016- (comme directeur) Eimear McGuire, bourse doctorale du programme INSPIRE de l’université Sorbonne Paris-Cité Titre: Conditionals in the WIld.

2017- (co-direction avec C Rétoré (Montpellier)) Léo Zaradzki `A Topological Model for Linguistic and Musical Meaning', bourse doctorale du programme Frontièrs du Vivant.

2017- (co-direction avec Gothenburg University) Vlad Maraev `Laughter infused dialogue system'

2019- Zulipiye Yusupujiang `Characterizing the response space to queries across languages.'

Bibliographie

Books

[2001] Jonathan Ginzburg and Ivan A. Sag Interrogative Investigations: the form, meaning, and use of English Interrogatives, 449 pages, CSLI Pub- lications, Stanford, distributed by University of Chicago Press. ISBN: 1- 57586-278-6 (1032 citations in google scholar; reviewed in Language, Journal of Linguistics, Journal of English Language and Linguistics, Journal of Logic, Language, and Information)

[ 2012] The Interactive Stance: Meaning for Conversation, Oxford University
Press, Oxford, 432 pages, ISBN 978-0-19-969792-2. paperback: 2015; Online
version: Oxford Scholarship Online, DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199697922.001.0001 (297 citations in google scholar); reviewed in: Folia Linguistica, Studia Log-
ica, Discourse Studies, Language and Dialogue.

Books Edited

[1998] (with Zurab Khasidashvili, Carl Vogel, Jean Jacques Levy and Enric Vallduví) The Tbilisi Symposium on Logic, Language, and Computation: Selected Papers, Studies in Logic, Language, and Information, CSLI Publications, Stanford: California, 376 pages, ISBN: 1575860988

[1999] (with Lawrence S. Moss and Maarten de Rijke) Logic, Language, and Computation, volume 2 CSLI Publications, Stanford: California, 383 pages. ISBN: 1575861801

[2004] Ginzburg, Jonathan & Enric Vallduví, eds., Catalog’04. Proceedings of the Eighth Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue, Barcelona. ISBN: 84-609-2205-7.

[2008] Ginzburg, Jonathan & Patrick Healey & Yo Sato, eds., Proceedings of the LonDial: 12th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue, London.
[2012] Sarah Brown-Schmidt, Jonathan Ginzburg, and Staffan Larsson (eds.) Proceedings of the SemDial 2012 (SeineDial): 16th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue, Paris. https://sites.google.com/site/ semdial2012seinedial/proceedings

(for links of the papers, see personal  website: https://sites.google.com/site/jonathanginzburgswebsite/)

Journal Papers

               

[1995a] ‘Resolving Questions, I’. Linguistics and Philosophy 18:5, pp. 459- 527, Kluwer, Dordrecht, ISSN 0165-0157.

[1995b] ‘Resolving Questions, II’. Linguistics and Philosophy 18:6, pp. 567- 609, Kluwer, Dordrecht, ISSN 0165-0157.

[2002] Raquel Fernández and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘Non-Sentential Utterances: A Corpus Study’, Traîtement Automatique de Langues, 43:2, pp. 13-42, Hermes Science, Paris, ISSN 1248-9433.

[2004] Jonathan Ginzburg and Robin Cooper ‘Clarification, Ellipsis, and the Nature of Contextual Updates’. Linguistics and Philosophy 27:3, pp. 297- 366, Kluwer, Dordrecht, ISSN 0165-0157.

[2004] ‘Intrinsic Misalignment in Dialogue: why there is no unique context in a conversation’, Behavioural and Brain Sciences , 27: 197–199 , Cambridge University Press, ISSN: 0140-525X.

[2004] Matthew Purver and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘Clarifying Noun Phrase Semantics’, Journal of Semantics, 21:3, pp. 283–339, Oxford University Press, ISSN: 0167-5133.

[2005a] ‘Abstraction and Ontology: questions as propositional abstracts in type theory with records’, Journal of Logic and Computation, Oxford University Press, 15(2): 113–130, ISSN:0955-792X

[2005b] ‘Situation Semantics: the Ontological Balance Sheet’, Research on Language and Computation, Springer, Volume 3, Number 4, December 2005, pp. 363-389, ISSN 1570-7075.

[2007] Raquel Fernández and Jonathan Ginzburg and Shalom Lappin ‘Classifying Ellipsis in Dialogue: a machine learning approach’, Computational Linguistics, 33(3): 397-427.

[2009] Jonathan Ginzburg and Dimitra Kolliakou ‘Answers without Questions: the emergence of fragments in Child Language’ Journal of Linguistics, 45:641-673.

[2014] Jonathan Ginzburg, Raquel Fernández and David Schlangen ‘Disfluencies as intra-utterance moves’. Semantics and Pragmatics 7 (9):1–64

[2014] Jonathan Ginzburg and Robin Cooper ‘Quotation via Dialogical Interaction’ Journal of Logic, Language, and Information, 23(3): 287-311, doi:10.1007/s10849-014-9200-5

[2016 ] Jonathan Ginzburg and Massimo Poesio ‘Grammar is a system that characterizes talk in interaction’, Frontiers in Psychology, section: Language Sciences, 7:1938, doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01938.

[2016]Pawel Lupkowski and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘Query Responses’,  Journal of Language Modelling 4(2):245-292

[2016] Ye Tian and Takehiko Maruyama and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘Filled Pauses and Self Addressed Questions’ Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. DOI 10.1007/s10936-016-9468-5.

[2018] Jonathan Ginzburg and Dimitra Kolliakou  `Divergently Seeking Clarification: the emergence of clarification interaction'. Topics in Cognitive Science (2018) 10(2): 335-366

Conference Proceedings

[1990] ‘On the Non-Unity of Symmetric Predicates: Monadic Comitatives and Dyadic Equivalence Relations’. In: J. Carter et al. (eds.) Proceedings of NELS 20, GLSA, UMass, Amherst.

[1992] ‘A quasi-naive semantics for interrogatives and its implications.’ In: P. Decker and M. Stokhof (eds.) Proceedings of the 8th Amsterdam Collo- quium, ITLI, Amsterdam. May 1992.

[1992] ‘Enriching answerhood: Questions in Situation Semantics.’ In: A. Nijholt (ed.) Proceedings of the 4th Twente workshop on language technology, Twente, September 1992.

[1994] ‘An Update Semantics for Dialogue’. In: H. Bunt et al. (eds) Pro- ceedings of the first International Workshop on Computational Semantics, Tilburg, The Netherlands.

[1995] ‘The Quantificational Variability Effect to some extent defused and generalized’. In: J. Beckman (ed.), Proceedings of NELS 25, GLSA, UMass, Amherst.

[1995] ‘Quantificational Dynamics via Dialogue’. In: M. Koppell and E. Shamir (eds.) Proceedings of the 4th Bar Ilan Symposium on the Foundations of Artificial Intelligence.

[1996] ‘Semantic ellipsis resolution with syntactic presuppositions’. In: H. Bunt (ed.) Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Computational Semantics, Tilburg, The Netherlands.

[1996] ‘Sentence Fragments in Dialogue: why Generative Semantics got it (half) right.’ In: E. Doron (ed.) Proceedings of IATL 12, Hebrew University, Jerusalem.

[1997] ‘Structural Mismatch in Dialogue’. In: A. Benz and G. J ̈ager (eds.) Proceedings of MunDial 97, Universit ̈at München Centrum für Informations- und Sprachverarbeitung Technical Report 97-106, pp. 59-80, Universität München Centrum fu ̈r Informations- und Sprachverarbeitung: München.

[1997] ‘On some Semantic Consequences of Turn Taking’. In: P. Dekker, M. Stokhof, & Y. Venema (eds.) Proceedings of the Eleventh Amsterdam Colloquium, pp. 145-150, ILLC, Amsterdam.

[1998] ‘Clarifying Utterances’. In: J. Hulstijn and A. Nijholt (eds.) Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on the Formal Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue/the 13th Twente workshop on Language Technology, Twente.

[1999] ‘Clarification Ellipsis and Nominal Anaphora’. In: H. Bunt (ed.) Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Computational Semantics, Tilburg, The Netherlands.

[1999] Jonathan Ginzburg and Ivan Sag ‘Constructional Ambiguity in Conversation’. In: P. Dekker (ed.) Proceedings of the Twelfth Amsterdam Col- loquium, pp. 32-37.

[2000] ‘The Evolution of Communicative Interaction Systems: a formal semantics perspective’. In: Jean Louis Dassalles and Laleh Ghadakpour (eds.) Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on the Evolution of Lan- guage, Ecole Nationale Sup ́erieure des T ́el ́ecommunications, Paris. pp. 113- 117.

[2001] Jonathan Ginzburg and Robin Cooper ‘Resolving Ellipsis in Clarification’. In Proceedings of the 39th Meeting of the Association for Compu- tational Linguistics (ACL), pp. 236-243, Morgan Kaufman Publishers, San Francisco, ISBN: 1-55860-789-7

[2001] Jonathan Ginzburg, Howard Gregory, and Shalom Lappin ‘SHARDS: ellipsis resolution in dialogue’. In: H. Bunt et al (eds.) Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Computational Semantics, ITK, Tilburg.

[2001] Jonathan Ginzburg, Ivan A. Sag, and Matthew Purver ‘Integrating Conversational Move Types in the Grammar of Conversation.’ In: P. Ku ̈hnlein and Hannes Reiser and Henk Zeevat (eds.) Proceedings of Bidialog, the 5th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue, Bielefeld.

[2001] Matthew Purver, Jonathan Ginzburg, and Patrick Healey) ‘On the Means for Clarification in Dialogue’. In: J van Kuppevelt and R. Smith (eds) Proceedings of the SIGDial 2001 Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue, Aalborg, Denmark.

[2002] Raquel Fernández and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘Non-Sentential Utterances: Grammar and Dialogue Dynamics in Corpus Annotation’. In: Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (CoLing), pp. 253–259, Morgan Kaufman Publishers, San Francisco, ISBN: 1-55860- 899-0

[2002] Raquel Fernández and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘Non-Sentential Utterances in Dialogue: A Corpus-based Study’. In: K. Jokinnen (ed.) Proceedings of the 3rd SIGDial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue, Philadelphia, USA

[2002] Robin Cooper and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘Clarification Ellipsis in Dependent Type Theory’. In: Johan Bos and Colin Matheson (eds.) Proceedings of Edilog, the 6th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue, Edinburgh.

[2003] Patrick Healey, Matthew Purver, James King, Jonathan Ginzburg and Greg Mills. ‘Experimenting with Clarification in Dialogue’. In: Proceedings of the 25th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Boston.

[2003] Matthew Purver, Patrick Healey, James King, Jonathan Ginzburg and Greg Mills. ‘Answering Clarification Questions’. In: Proceedings of the 4th SIGdial Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue, pages 23-33, Sapporo.

[2003] Matthew Purver and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘Clarifying Noun Phrase Semantics in HPSG’, In: S. Müller (ed.), Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar (HPSG-03), pages 338-358, CSLI Publications, cslipublications.stanford.edu/HPSG/4, ISSN 1535- 1793.

[2004] Raquel Fernández and Jonathan Ginzburg and Shalom Lappin ‘Classifying Ellipsis in Dialogue: A Machine Learning Approach’. In: Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (CoLing).

[2005a] Jonathan Ginzburg and Raquel Fernández ‘Scaling up from Dialogue to Multilogue: some principles and benchmarks’. In Proceedings of the 43rd Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL), Ann Arbor, Michigan, pp. 231–238

[2005] Jonathan Ginzburg and Zoran Macura ‘The Emergence of Metacommunicative Interaction’. In: Angelo Cangelosi and Christopher Neyhaniv (eds.) Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on the Emergence and Evolution of Linguistic Communication (EELC’05), pp. 35-40.

[2005b] Jonathan Ginzburg and Raquel Fernández ‘Action at a distance: the difference between dialogue and multilogue’. In: Claire Gardent (ed.) Proceedings of Dialor’05, LORIA, Nancy.

[2005] Raquel Fernández and Jonathan Ginzburg and Shalom Lappin ‘Using Machine Learning for Non-Sentential Utterance Classification’. In: Proceedings of SigDial’05, Lisbon.

[2006] Zoran Macura and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘Acquiring words across generations: introspectively or interactively?’ In: Raquel Fern ́andez and David Schlangen (eds.) Proceedings of BranDial’06, Potsdam, Germany.

[2006] Zoran Macura and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘Lexicon Convergence in a Population With and Without Metacommunication’. In: P. Vogt et al. (eds.): Proceedings of EELC 2006, Lecture Notes in AI 4211, pp. 100-112. Springer, Heidelberg 2006.

[2007] Jonathan Ginzburg and Raquel Ferna ́ndez and David Schlangen ‘Unifying Self- and Other- Repair’. In: Proceedings of Decalog 2007, Rovereto.

[2009] ‘Semantic Ontology and Interaction’, In: Jesus-Maria Larrazabal (ed.) Proceedings of ILCLI International Workshop on Semantics, Pragmatics, and Rhetoric, San Sebastian, The Basque Country, May, 2009.

[2011] Cooper, Robin and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘Negation in Dialogue’, in SemDial 2011 (Los Angelogue): Proceedings of the 15th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue, ed. by Ron Artstein, Mark Core, David DeVault, Kallirroi Georgila, Elsi Kaiser and Amanda Stent.

[2012] Cooper, Robin and Jonathan Ginzburg `Negative inquisitiveness and alternatives-based negation', in: Maria Aloni, Floris Roelofsen, Galit Weidman Sassoon, Katrin Schulz, Vadim Kimmelman and Matthijs Westera (eds.) Logic, Language and Meaning, Springer, Berlin, pp. 32-41.

[2012] Ginzburg, Jonathan and Raquel Fern ́andez and David Schlangen ‘On the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dysfluency’, in: Maria Aloni, Floris Roelofsen, Galit Weidman Sassoon, Katrin Schulz, Vadim Kimmelman and Matthijs Westera (eds.) Logic, Language and Meaning, Springer, Berlin, pp. 321-330.

[2013] Jonathan Ginzburg and Sara Moradlou ‘The earliest utterances in dialogue: towards a formal theory of parent/child talk in interaction’. In: Proceedings of the 17th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dia- logue (DialDam), Amsterdam.

[2013] Jonathan Ginzburg, Raquel Fernández and David Schlangen ‘Self- Addressed Questions in Disfluencies.’ In Proceedings of DiSS 2013: The 6th Workshop on Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech, Stockholm, Sweden.

[2013] Kwong-Cheong Wong and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘Investigating Non- Sentential Utterances in a Spoken Chinese Corpus’. In: Proceedings of PACLING 2013, Tokyo September 2013.

[2013] Pawel Lupkowski and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘A Corpus-based Taxonomy of Question Responses’, Proceedings of IWCS 2013 (International Workshop on Computational Semantics), Potsdam, Germany
 

[2014] Jonathan Ginzburg, Robin Cooper, and Tim Fernando ‘Propositions, Questions, and Adjectives: a type theoretic approach’. In: Dobnik et al Proceedings of the first EACL workshop on Type Theory and Natural Language Semantics, Gothenburg, April 2014.

[2014] Sara Moradlou and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘Learning to Understand Questions’. In: Philippe Muller and Verena Rieser (eds.) Proceedings of SemDial 2014 (DialWatt), the 18th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue, Heriott Watt University, Edinburgh, September 2014.

[2015] Julian Hough, Casey Kennington, David Schlangen and Jonathan Ginzburg. ‘Incremental Semantics for Dialogue Processing: Requirements and a Comparison of Two Approaches.’ In: Proceedings of the International Workshop on Computational Semantics, London, April 2015.

[2015] Ye Tian and Claire Beyssade and Yannick Mathieu and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘Editing Phrases’. In: Chris Howes and Staffan Larsson (eds.) Proceedings of SemDial 2015 (GoDial), the 19th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue, Gothenburg University, Gothenburg, August 2015.

[2015] Jonathan Ginzburg, Ellen Breitholz, Robin Cooper, Julian Hough, and Ye Tian ‘Understanding Laughter’. In: Thomas Brochhagen, Floris Roelof- sen & Nadine Theiler (eds.) Proceedings of the 20th Amsterdam Colloquium, Amsterdam, December 2015, pp. 137-146.

[2016] Chiara Mazzocconi, Ye Tian, and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘A multi-layered analysis of laughter’. In: Proceedings of SemDial 2016 (JerSem), the 20th Workshop on the Semantics and Pragmatics of Dialogue, Rutgers, July 2016.

[2016] Jonathan Ginzburg, Robin Cooper, Julian Hough, and David Schlangen ‘ Incrementality and Clarification/Sluicing potential’. In: Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 2016, Edinburgh, September 2016.

[2016] Ye Tian, Chiara Mazzocconi, and Jonathan Ginzburg `When do we laugh?'. In: Proceedings of SigDial 2016, the 17th Annual Meeting of the Special Interest Group on Discourse and Dialogue, ICT/USC.

[2017] Ye Tian and Jonathan Ginzburg ` `No I Am':  What are you saying `No' to?', In: Proceedings of  Sinn und Bedeutung 2016, Edinburgh. pre-print version

[2017] Jonathan Ginzburg, Robin Cooper, Julian Hough, and David Schlangen ‘Incrementality and Clarification/Sluicing potential’. In: Proceedings of  Sinn und Bedeutung 2016, Edinburgh.

[2018] Chiara Mazzocconi, Vladislav Maraev, and Jonathan Ginzburg `Laughter Repair'. In: Proceedings of SemDial 2018

[2018] Vladislav Maraev, Jonathan Ginzburg, Staffan Larsson, Ye Tian, and Jean-Philippe Bernardy  `Towards KoS/TTR-based proof-theoretic dialogue management'  In: Proceedings of SemDial 2018

[2018] Kwong-Cheong Wong and Jonathan Ginzburg `Conversational types: a topological perspective'. In: Proceedings of SemDial 2018

[2019] Andy L"ucking, Robin Cooper, Staffan Larsson, and Jonathan Ginzburg   `Distribution is not enough: going Firther' In: Larry Moss (ed.) Proceedings of NLCS 6, Gothenburg University     

[2019] Christopher Cash and Jonathan Ginzburg `A Sigh of Positivity: An Annotation Scheme for Sighs in Dialogue'. In:  Christine Howes, Julian Hough and Casey Kennington(eds.) Proceedings of SemDial 2019 (LondonLogue), Queen Mary, University of London.

[2019] Jonathan Ginzburg `Exclamative Sluices: evidence for semantically-based ellipsis resolution'. In: Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 2019, Osnabrück.
 
[2019] Jonathan Ginzburg, Zulipiye Yusupujiang, Chuyuan Li ,Kexin Ren, and Paweł Łupkowski
`Characterizing the Response Space of Questions: a Corpus Study for English and Polish'. In: Proceedings of SigDial 2019, Stockholm. 
[2019] Andy L"ucking and Jonathan Ginzburg   `Not few but all quantifiers can be negated: Towards a referentially transparent semantics of quantified noun phrases'. In:  Proceedings of the 22nd Amsterdam Colloquium, Amsterdam
[2020] Zulipiye Yusupujiang and Jonathan Ginzburg, `Data Collection Design for Dialogue Systems for Low Rresource Languages'. In: Proceedings of the International Workshop on Spoken Dialogue Systems 2020 (IWSDS 2020), Madrid.
 

Book Chapters

[1992] ‘Questions without Answers, Wh-phrases without Scope: A Semantics for Direct Wh—Questions’. In: J. Barwise et al. (eds.) Situation Theory and its Applications 2:363–404, CSLI Lecture Notes, CSLI Publications/ Univer- sity of Chicago Press: Chicago. ISBN: 0937073709

[1993] ‘Propositional and Non-propositional Attitudes’. In: P. Aczel et al. (eds.) Situation Theory and its Applications 3: 265-302, CSLI Lecture Notes, CSLI Publications/ University of Chicago Press: Chicago. ISBN: 1881526089

[1996] ‘Interrogatives: Questions, facts and dialogue’ In: S. Lappin (ed.) Handbook of Contemporary Semantic Theory, pp. 385-322, Blackwell: Ox- ford, ISBN: 0-631-18752-9.

[1996] ‘Dynamics and the Semantics of Dialogue’ In: J. Seligman (ed.) Language, Logic and Computation, Volume 1, pp. 221-237, CSLI Lecture Notes, CSLI: Stanford. ISBN: 1881526895

[1996] Robin Cooper and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘A Compositional Situation Semantics for Attitude Reports’. In: J. Seligman (ed.) Language, Logic and Computation, Volume 1, pp. 151-165, CSLI Lecture Notes, CSLI: Stanford. ISBN: 1881526895

[1998] Jonathan Ginzburg and Dimitra Kolliakou ‘Events and Facts: a Semantics for pu and oti clauses in Modern Greek’. In: G. Drachman, A. Malikouti-Drachman, J. Fykias & C. Klidi (eds.) Greek Linguistics ’95: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Greek Linguistics, pp. 459-470, N. Neugebauer Verlag: Graz.

[1998] (with Zurab Khasidashvili) ‘Introduction’. In: J. Ginzburg, Z. Khasi- dashvili, C. Vogel, J.J. Levy, and E. Vallduvi (eds.) The Tbilisi Symposium on Logic, Language, and Computation: Selected Papers, Studies in Logic, Language, and Information, pp. xix-xxxi, CSLI Publications, Stanford: Cal- ifornia, ISBN: 1575860988

[1999] ‘Semantic ellipsis resolution with syntactic presuppositions’. In: H. Bunt (ed.) Computing Meaning: Current Issues in Computational Seman- tics, pp. 255-280, Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy, Kluwer, Dordrecht, ISBN: 0792361083.

[2002] ‘Fragmenting Meaning: Clarification Ellipsis and Nominal Anaphora’. In: H. Bunt (ed.) Computing Meaning 2: Current Issues in Computational Semantics, pp. 247-270, Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy, Volume 77, Kluwer, Dordrecht, ISBN: 1-4020-0175-4.

[2003] Matthew Purver and Jonathan Ginzburg and Patrick Healey ‘On the Means for Clarification in Dialogue’. In: J. van Kuppevelt and R. Smith (eds) Current and New Directions in Discourse and Dialogue, Kluwer, Dordrecht, p p. 235-256, ISBN: 15351793.

[2003] ‘Disentangling Public from Non-public Meaning’. In: J. van Kuppevelt and R. Smith (eds) Current and New Directions in Discourse and Dialogue, Kluwer, Dordrecht, pp. 183-212, ISBN: 15351793.

[2003] Jonathan Ginzburg and Ivan A. Sag and Matthew Purver ‘Integrating Conversational Move Types in the Grammar of Conversation’, In P. Kühnlein, H. Rieser and H. Zeevat, editors, Perspectives on Dialogue in the New Millennium, pages 25-42, Pragmatics & Beyond, New Series Volume 114, John Benjamins, ISBN: 158811404X.

[2004] ‘A quasi-naive semantics for interrogatives and its implications’. Reprinted in: J. Gutierrez-Rexach (ed.) Semantics : Critical Concepts in Linguistics, Routledge, London, pp. 353-373. (Originally written in 1992).

[2006] Jonathan Ginzburg and Zoran Macura ‘Lexical Acquisition with and without metacommunication’. In: Caroline Lyon et al (eds.) The Emergence of Communication and Language, Springer, Heidelberg, pp. 287-301. ISBN- 10: 1-84628-491-0.

[2006] Raquel Fernández, Jonathan Ginzburg, Howard Gregory, and Shalom Lappin) ‘SHARDS: Fragment Resolution in Dialogue’. H. Bunt (ed.) Com- puting Meaning 3: Current Issues in Computational Semantics, Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy, Springer, Heidelberg.

[2008] Zoran Macura and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘Dynamics and Adaptiveness of Metacommunicative Interaction in a Foraging Environment’, In: Ruth Kempson and Robin Cooper (eds.): Language Change and Evolution, College Press, London.

[2009] Jonathan Ginzburg and Matthew Purver ‘Quantification, the Reprise Content Hypothesis, and Type Theory’ In: Lars Borin and Staffan Larsson (eds.) From Quantification to Conversation, Mouton de Gruyter, The Hague.

[2010] Jonathan Ginzburg and Raquel Fernández ‘Dialogue’ . In: A. Clark, C. Fox, and S. Lappin (eds.) Handbook of Computational Linguistics and Natural Language, Blackwell.

[2010] ‘Questions: Logic and Interactions’, In: J. van Benthem and A. ter Meulen Handbook of Logic and Language, 2nd Edition, Elsevier and MIT Press

[2011] ‘Situation Semantics: from indexicality to metacommunicative inter- action’ In: K. von Heusinger et al (eds.) Handbook of Semantics , de Gruyter, Berlin.

[2011] ‘Situation Semantics and the Ontology of Natural Language’ In: K. von Heusinger et al (eds.) Handbook of Semantics , de Gruyter, Berlin.

[2011] ‘How to resolve how to’ In: John Bengson and Marc Moffett (eds.) Knowing How: Essays on Knowledge, Mind, and Action, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

[2012] Jonathan Ginzburg and Matthew Purver Quantication, the Reprise Content Hypothesis, and Type Theory (2012) In: Lars Borin and Staffan Larsson (eds.) From Quantication to Conversation, College Publications, London, pp. 85-110.

[2015] Robin Cooper and Jonathan Ginzburg ‘TTR for Natural Language Semantics’ In: Chris Fox and Shalom Lappin (ed.) Handbook of Contemporary Semantic Theory, second edition , Blackwell: Oxford

[2016] ‘The Semantics of Dialogue’ In: Maria Aloni and Paul Dekker (eds.) The Cambridge Handbook of Semantics, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge pp. 130-170.

[2016] Jonathan Ginzburg and Philip Miller ‘Ellipsis in HPSG’. To appear in: The Oxford Handbook of Ellipsis, Oxford University Press, New York.

[2020] Andy Lücking, Jonathan Ginzburg, and Robin Cooper `Grammar in Dialogue'  To appear in: S. Müller, A Abeillé, R. Borsley, and JP Koenig(eds) Handbook of HPSG

[2020] Jonathan Ginzburg, Robin Cooper, Julian Hough, and David Schlangen ‘Incrementality and HPSG: Why not?' In: Anne Abeillé and Olivier Bonami Constraint-Based Syntax and Semantics: Papers in Honor of Danièle Godard