Talks

Upcoming talks

  1. Hartmann, Stefan, and Tobias Ungerer (2023, 7-10 March): “Chaos theory, shmaos theory”: Creativity and routine in English shm-reduplication. 45th Annual Conference of the German Linguistic Society (DGfS). Cologne, Germany.

Talks delivered

  1. Ungerer, Tobias, and Stefan Hartmann (2022, 15-17 September): Are snowclones the new black? A corpus-based approach to extravagant formulaic patterns. 9th Biennial International Conference on the Linguistics of Contemporary English (BICLCE). Ljubljana, Slovenia.
  2. Hartmann, Stefan, Jakob Neels and Tobias Ungerer (2022, 24-27 August): A quantum of salience: Reconsidering the role of extravagance in grammaticalization. 55th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE). Bucharest, Romania.
  3. Ungerer, Tobias (2022, 22-24 August): A priming approach to the representation of English argument structure constructions. Concepts in Action: Representation, Learning, and Application (CARLA). Berlin, Germany. (slides)
  4. Hartmann, Stefan, and Tobias Ungerer (2022, 27-30 July): Are snowclones the new normal? Using corpora to study extravagant formulaic patterns. 43rd Annual Conference of the International Computer Archive for Modern and Medieval English (ICAME). Cambridge, UK.
  5. Ungerer, Tobias (2022, 1-4 March): Constructional families in the lab: Novel experimental approaches to the study of constructional relations. 9th International Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association (GCLA). Erfurt, Germany. (slides)
  6. Ungerer, Tobias (2021, 18-20 August): Vertical and horizontal links in constructional networks – two sides of the same coin? 11th International Conference on Construction Grammar (ICCG). Antwerp, Belgium. (slides)
  7. Hartmann, Stefan, and Tobias Ungerer (2021, 18-20 August): The mother of all constructions: A corpus-based approach to the productivity of ‘snowclones’. 11th International Conference on Construction Grammar (ICCG). Antwerp, Belgium.
  8. Ungerer, Tobias (2021, 10-12 June): Probing the grammatical network with structural priming. Linguistics and English Language Postgraduate Conference. Edinburgh (virtual conference).
  9. Ungerer, Tobias (2021, 14 May): Network science methods - a potential toolkit for cognitive linguistics? Cognitive Linguistics Research Group. Edinburgh. (slides)
  10. Ungerer, Tobias (2021, 10 February): Structural priming meets Construction Grammar: Using priming to explore networks of constructions. Psycholinguistics Coffee (research seminar). Edinburgh. (slides)
  11. Hartmann, Stefan, and Ungerer, Tobias (2020, 25-27 November): Why pink is the new black and data scientists are the new rock stars: Corpus approaches to the productivity of “snowclones”. 8th International Conference Grammar & Corpora (GaC). Kraków, Poland (virtual conference).
  12. Ungerer, Tobias, and Alex Lorson (2020, 26 August-1 September): ‘Du sprichst English? So do I’: How German speakers align in their use of Anglicisms. 53rd Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE). Virtual conference.
  13. Ungerer, Tobias, and Stefan Hartmann (2020, 27-29 July): Attack of the snowclones. A corpus-based analysis of extravagant formulaic patterns. UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference 2020 (UKCLC). Birmingham, UK (virtual conference).
  14. Ungerer, Tobias (2019, 21-24 August): Using structural priming to test links between constructions: Priming between caused-motion and resultatives sentences. 52nd Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE). Leipzig, Germany. (slides)
  15. Ungerer, Tobias (2019, 6-11 August): Using structural priming to test links between constructions: Priming between caused-motion and resultatives sentences. 15th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference (ICLC). Nishinomiya, Japan. (slides)
  16. Ungerer, Tobias (2019, 4-7 June): The concept of ‘inheritance’ in grammatical theory – What is it and which questions does it raise? 25th Linguistics and English Language Postgraduate Conference (LELPGC). Edinburgh, UK.

Invited talks and workshops

  1. Ungerer, Tobias, and Stefan Hartmann (2022, 18-20 April): Snowclones on the workbench: Using state-of-the-art corpus methods to study formulaic constructions. Workshop at the 1st Projeto PREDICAR Congress. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Posters delivered

  1. Antal, Caitlyn, Roberto G. de Almeida, and Tobias Ungerer (2022, 11-14 October): The authors wrote the paper dry: Contrasting resultative and depictive verb templates. 12th International Conference on the Mental Lexicon. Niagara-on-the-lake, ON, Canada.