My new paper, entitled ‘Concerning the radial network view of argument structure: The case of the English caused-motion pattern,’ has recently been accepted for publication in the academic journal Language Sciences. As soon as it is published, I will post the abstract and a link to the paper. Stay tuned!
Download the poster I presented at the AMLaP 2017 conference, along with the abstract! Although my presentation was much more theoretically-oriented than the vast majority of the other contributions, some colleagues showed interest in my work. It was stimulating to exchange ideas with more empirically-minded scholars on our respective research topics (special thanks to Dr. Hiroshi Nakanishi for also taking the picture).
The 23rd AMLaP Conference – Architectures and Mechanisms of Language Processing is kicking off at Lancaster University on Thursday, September 7, 2017. Download the conference program on the AMLaP2017 website. On Saturday 9, I will present a poster entitled ‘Concerning the notion of constructional polysemy.’ I will upload both the abstract and the poster shortly after the conference. Stay tuned! 😉
I have been selected to review Elisa Mattiello’s new book ‘Analogy in word-formation: A study of English neologisms and occasionalisms’ for The LINGUIST List. Since I am currently working on the role of analogy in languages (with particular reference to English), I am looking forward to carrying out this ‘task.’ I will post the review in the next few months, as soon as it is published. Stay tuned!
This is the post excerpt.
I will present a poster at the 23rd AMLaP Conference – Architectures and Mechanisms of Language Processing, which this year will take place at Lancaster University on September 7-9. My contribution will be entitled ‘Concerning the notion of constructional polysemy.’ I will upload both the abstract and the poster shortly after the conference. Stay tuned!