Valentina Aristodemo

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Statut : Post-doctorante

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LLF, CNRS – UMR 7110
Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7
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Titre : Gradable constructions in Italian Sign Language

Directeur :
  Philippe Schlenker
  Carlo Geraci

Date de soutenance : 2017-12-01

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Aristodemo V. and Santoro M. (2018). Iconic components as gestural elements: the case of LIS. Short commentary on 'Visible Meaning: Sign Language and the Foundations of Semantics' by Schlenker Philippe. Theoretical Linguistics


Aristodemo V. and Geraci C. 2017. Visible degrees in Italian Sign Language.  Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. 


Kuhn J. and Aristodemo V. 2017. Pluractionality, iconicity, and scope in French Sign Language.  Semantics and Pragmatics. 10(6).


Strickland B., Aristodemo V., Kuhn J. and Geraci C. 2017. The categorical role of structurally iconic signs. Short commentary on Goldin Meadow and Brentari. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. p. 42-43


Schlenker, P., Aristodemo, V., Ducasse, L., Lumberton,  J. and Santoro M. 2016. The Unity of Focus: Evidence from Sign Language. Linguistic Inquiry. 47:2, 363-381.   



Aristodemo V., Panzeri, F. and  Geraci, C. (2018). Comparison.  In  Quer, J., Cecchetto, C.,  Donati, C., Pfau, R.,  M. Steinbach, C. Geraci & M. Kelepir (eds.). SignGram Blueprint. A Guide to Sign Language Grammar Writing. Berlin: De Gruyer Mouton. 596-601


Geraci, C. and Aristodemo V. 2016. An in-depth tour into sentential complementation in Italian Sign Language. In Annika Herrmann, Roland Pfau and Markus Steinbach (eds.),  A Matter of Complexity: Subordination in Sign Languages. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. 95–150.



Aristodemo V., 2019. Gradable constructions in Italian Sign Language. Sign Language & Linguistics 22:1 (2019), pp. 112–117.