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b. Selected Publications

  1. Hinnell, Jennifer. 2019. "The verbal-kinesic enactment of CONTRAST in North American English". The American Journal of Semiotics,35(1-2): 55-92. https://doi.org/10.5840/ajs20198754
  2. Turner, Mark. 2018. The Role of Creativity in Multimodal Construction Grammar.  Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik. Volume 66, Issue 3. Pages 357–370.https://doi.org/10.1515/zaa-2018-0030.
  3. Hinnell, Jennifer. 2018.  "The multimodal marking of aspect: The case of five periphrastic auxiliary constructions in North American English". Cognitive Linguistics, 29(4): 773-806.
  4. Steen, Francis F., Anders Hougaard, Jungseock Joo, Inés Olza, Cristóbal Pagán Cánovas, Anna Pleshakova, Soumya Ray, Peter Uhrig, Javier Valenzuela, Jacek Woźny and Mark Turner. 2018. Toward an Infrastructure for Data-driven Multimodal Communication Research.  Linguistics Vanguard. Volume 4, Issue1, Pages 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1515/lingvan-2017-0041.
  5. da Cunha, Alexandre Martins; Isabela Santos; Daniel Pedrosa; Francis F. Steen; Mark Turner; Maira Avelar; Lilian Ferrari; Gustavo Paiva Guedes. 2018. Sentiment Analysis on Brazilian News Broadcast Data. Brazilian Workshop on Social Network Analysis and Mining (BraSNAM).
  6. Wang, Ronghua. 2018. Thinking, Speaking, and Gesturing: Grammatical Aspect in Spoken Chinese and English from the Perspective of Multimodal Communication. Ph.D. dissertation, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Xiamen University.
  7. Uhrig, Peter. 2018. “NewsScape and the Distributed Little Red Hen Lab – A digital infrastructure for the large-scale analysis of TV broadcasts.” In: Anne-Julia Zwierlein, Jochen Petzold, Katharina Böhm and Martin Decker (eds.), Anglistentag 2017 in Regensburg: Proceedings. Proceedings of the Conference of the German Association of University Teachers of English. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier.
  8. Uhrig, Peter. 2018. “I don’t want to go all Yoko Ono on you – Creativity and Variation in a Family of Constructions.” ZAA 66/3.
  9. Turchyn, Sergiy, Inés Olza Moreno, Cristóbal Pagán Cánovas, Francis Steen, Mark Turner, Javier Valenzuela, and Soumya Ray. 2018. Gesture Annotation with a Visual Search Engine for Multimodal Communication Research. IAAI-18.
  10. Joo, Jungseock, Francis Steen, & Mark Turner. 2017. “Red Hen Lab: Dataset and Tools for Multimodal Human Communication Research.”  KI - Künstliche Intelligenz. Springer. Special edition edited by Mehul Bhatt & Kristian Kersting. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13218-017-0505-9. Print ISSN 0933-1875. Online ISSN1610-1987.
  11. Turner, Mark. 2017. “Slavic Red Hen, or, Laura Janda and the Dream of the Multimodal Constructicon.” Slavica.
  12. Li, Weixin.  2017. Joint Image-Text Topic Detection and Tracking for Analyzing Social and Political News Events. Unpublished Ph.D.
  13. Turner, Mark. 2017. Polytropos and Communication in the Wild. The Cambridge Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics, edited by Barbara Dancygier. Pages 93-98.
  14. Hoffmann, Thomas. 2017. Multimodal Constructs – Multimodal Constructions? The Role of Constructions in the Working Memory. Linguistics Vanguard.
  15. Turner, Mark. 2017. Multimodal Form-Meaning Pairs for Blended Classic Joint Attention. Linguistics Vanguard.
  16. Turner, Mark. 2015. "Blending in Language and Communication." Chapter 10 in Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics. Edited by Ewa Dabrowska and Dagmar Divjak. De Gruyter Mouton.  Analyzes various multimodal constructions related to blending, using Red Hen data.
  17. FitzGerald, William & Todd Oakley. "Invocation or Apostrophe?: Rhetorical Dimensions of Prayer Idioms in Broadcast Television" in Pascual, Esther and Sergeiy Sandler, editors, The Conversation Frame: Forms and Functions of Fictive Interaction. Human Cognitive Processing Series.  Amsterdam, NL: John Benjamins Publishing. 
  18. Zima, Elisabeth. 2017. Multimodal constructional resemblance. The case of English circular motion constructions. In:  Ruiz de Mendoza, Francisco; Luzondo, Alba and Paula Pérez-Sobrino (eds.) Constructing families of constructions. Edited volume for Human Cognitive Processing Series. John Benjamins. 
  19. Zima, Elisabeth. 2014. English multimodal motion constructions. A construction grammar perspective. Studies van de BKL - Travaux du CBL - Papers of the LSB, Volume 8. http://uahost.uantwerpen.be/linguist/SBKL/sbkl2013/Zim2013.pdf
  20. Zima, Elisabeth. 2014. Gibt es multimodale Konstruktionen? Eine Studie zu [V(motion) in circles] und [all the way from X PREP Y]. Gesprächsforschung - Online-Zeitschrift zur verbalen Interaktion (15), 1-48. http://www.gespraechsforschung-ozs.de/fileadmin/dateien/heft2014/ga-zima.pdf
  21. Steen, Francis & Mark Turner2013. “Multimodal Construction Grammar” in Borkent, Michael, Barbara Dancygier, and Jennifer Hinnell, editors, Language and the Creative Mind. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications/ University of Chicago Press. Pages 255-274.
  22. Nesset, T., A. Endresen, L. Janda, A. Makarova, F. Steen, & M. Turner.  2013.  "How here and now in Russian and English establish joint attention in TV news broadcasts."  Russian Linguistics 37:229–251 DOI 10.1007/s11185-013-9114-x.