Lauren Fonteyn
Lauren Fonteyn
Leiden University Centre for Linguistics
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The changing functions of competing forms: Attraction and differentiation
H De Smet, F D’hoedt, L Fonteyn, K Van Goethem
Cognitive Linguistics 29 (2), 197-234, 2018
352018
Divide and conquer: the formation and functional dynamics of the Modern English ing-clause network 1
L Fonteyn, N Van de Pol
English Language & Linguistics 20 (2), 185-219, 2016
252016
What it means to verbalize: The changing discourse functions of the English gerund
L Fonteyn, H De Smet, L Heyvaert
Journal of English Linguistics 43 (1), 36-60, 2015
252015
What it means to verbalize: The changing discourse functions of the English gerund
L Fonteyn, H De Smet, L Heyvaert
Journal of English Linguistics 43 (1), 36-60, 2015
252015
Categoriality in language change: The case of the English gerund
L Fonteyn
Oxford University Press, 2019
23*2019
Usage-based perspectives on diachronic morphology: A mixed-methods approach towards English ing-nominals
L Fonteyn, S Hartmann
Linguistics Vanguard 2 (1), 2016
122016
How do gerunds conceptualize events? A diachronic study
L Fonteyn, L Heyvaert, C Maekelberghe
Cognitive Linguistics 26 (4), 583-612, 2015
122015
From nominal to verbal gerunds: A referential typology
L Fonteyn
Functions of Language 23 (1), 60-83, 2016
102016
The development of free adjuncts in English and Dutch
L Fonteyn, H Cuyckens
Studies in the History of the English Language VI, 15-50, 2014
102014
Category change in the English gerund
L Fonteyn, L Heyvaert
Category change from a constructional perspective 20, 149, 2018
82018
Individuality in syntactic variation: An investigation of the seventeenth-century gerund alternation
L Fonteyn, A Nini
Cognitive linguistics 31 (2), 279-308, 2020
72020
The aggregate and the individual: thoughts on what non-alternating authors reveal about linguistic alternations–a response to Petré
L Fonteyn
English Language & Linguistics 21 (2), 251-262, 2017
62017
Classifying evolutionary forces in language change using neural networks
F Karsdorp, E Manjavacas, L Fonteyn, M Kestemont
Evolutionary Human Sciences 2, 2020
52020
Cultural entrenchment of folktales is encoded in language
F Karsdorp, L Fonteyn
Palgrave Communications 5 (1), 1-12, 2019
42019
Competing motivations in the diachronic nominalization of English gerunds
L Fonteyn, C Maekelberghe
Diachronica 35 (4), 487-524, 2018
42018
Indefinite and bare nominal gerunds from Middle to Present-day English–exploiting the nominal paradigm?
C Maekelberghe, L Fonteyn, L Heyvaert
ISLE Zurich, Date: 2014/08/24-2014/08/27, 2014
32014
Forthc.‘
H De Smet, F D'hoedt, L Fonteyn, K Van Goethem
The changing functions of competing forms: Attraction and differentiation, 0
3
Assessing theory with practice: an evaluation of two aspectual-semantic classification models of gerundive nominalizations
L Fonteyn
Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 16 (2), 275-302, 2020
12020
What about Grammar? Using BERT Embeddings to Explore Functional-Semantic Shifts of Semi-Lexical and Grammatical Constructions
L Fonteyn, F Karsdorp, B McGillivray, A Nerghens, M Wevers
Computational Humanities Research CEUR-WS, 257-268, 2020
12020
A corpus-based view on the (aspectual-) semantics of Modern English nominalizations
L Fonteyn
Language Sciences 73, 77-90, 2019
12019
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