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Hilpert, M. (2019). Construction Grammar and its application to English. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
   
Hilpert, M. (2016). Constructions across Grammars. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
   
Hilpert, M. (2014). Construction Grammar and its Application to English. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
   
Hilpert, M. (2013). Constructional Change in English: Developments in Allomorphy, Word Formation, and Syntax. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
   
Vincent, P. (2009). La Suisse vue par les écrivains de langue anglaise. Lausanne: Presses polytechniques et universitaires romandes.
   
Hilpert, M. (2008). Germanic Future Constructions A Usage-based Approach to Language Change. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
   
Vincent, P. (2004). The Romantic Poetess: European Culture, Politics and Gender, 1820-1840. Hanover, New Hampshire: University Press of New England.
   
Tudeau-Clayton, M. (1998). Jonson, Shakespeare and Early Modern Virgil. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
   
Livres édités
Hilpert, M. (Ed.). (2018). The challenge of change (Vol. 36). Tübingen: Narr.
   
Hilpert, M. (Ed.). (2015). New Trends in Nordic and General Linguistics. Berlin: De Gruyter.
   
Vincent, P., Esterhammer, A., & Piccitto, D. (Eds.). (2015). Romanticism, Rousseau. Switzerland: New Prospects. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
   
Hilpert, M. (Ed.). (2014). Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association. Berlin: De Gruyter.
   
Hilpert, M. (Ed.). (2013). Space in language and linguistics: geographical, interactional, and cognitive perspectives. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
   
Vincent, P., Esterhammer, A., & Piccitto, D. (Eds.). (2013). Romantic Prospects. Special conference issue of European Romantic Review (Vol. 24). Oxford: Routledge.
   
Williams, H. M. ., Vincent, P., & Widmer-Schnyder, F. (Eds.). (2011). A Tour in Switzerland. Geneva: Slatkine.
   
Vincent, P. (Ed.). (2010). Chillon: A Literary Guide. Veytaux: Fondation du château de Chillon.
   
Tudeau-Clayton, M., & Maley, W. (Eds.). (2010). This England, That Shakespeare. Aldershot: Ashgate.
   
Vincent, P., & Rehder, R. (Eds.). (2006). American Poetry: Walt Whitman to the Present. Tübingen: Gunter Narr.
   
Berry, P., & Tudeau-Clayton, M. (Eds.). (2003). Textures of Renaissance knowledge : Cultural Difference and Critical Method. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
   
Tudeau-Clayton, M., & Warner, M. (Eds.). (1991). Addressing Frank Kermode: Essays in Criticism and Interpretation. London: Macmillan.
   
Chapitres de livres
Hilpert, M. (2020). The great temptation: What diachronic corpus data do and do not reveal about social change. In Corpora and the Changing Society: Studies in the Evolution of English. (pp. 3-28). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
   
Hilpert, M. (2020). Constructional approaches. In he Oxford Handbook of English Grammar. (pp. 106-123). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
   
Hilpert, M. (2020). Lexicalization in Morphology. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics. (pp. 1-18). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
   
Hilpert, M. (2018). Wie viele Konstruktionen stecken in einem Wortbildungsmuster? Eine Problematisierung des Produktivitätsbegriffs aus konstruktionsgrammatischer Sicht. In IDS Jahrbuch 2017. (pp. 91-105). Berlin: De Gruyter.
   
Hilpert, M. (2018). Three open questions in Diachronic Construction Grammar. In Grammaticalization meets Construction Grammar. (pp. 21-39). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
   
Hilpert, M., & Gries, S. (2016). Quantitative approaches to diachronic corpus linguistics. In The Cambridge Handbook of English Historical Linguistics. (pp. 36-53). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
   
Vincent, P. (2016). “British Romantics Abroad.”. In D. Duff (Ed.) The Oxford Companion to British Romanticism. (pp. I-I). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
   
Vincent, P. (2016). “Europe’s Discourse of Britain.”. In P. Hamilton (Ed.) The Oxford Companion to European Romanticism. (pp. I-I). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
   
Hilpert, M. (2015). Introducing new trends in Nordic linguistic research. In New Trends in Nordic and General Linguistics. (pp. 1-22). Berlin: De Gruyter.
   
Hilpert, M. (2015). Kollaborative Insubordination in gesprochenem Englisch: Konstruktion oder Umgang mit Konstruktionen?. In Konstruktionsgrammatik IV. Konstruktionen und Konventionen als kognitive Routinen.. (pp. 25-40). Tübingen: Stauffenburg.
   
Vincent, P. (2015). "Visionary Republics: Virtual Representations of Switzerland and Wordsworth's Lake District.". In Romanticism, Rousseau, Switzerland: New Prospects. Ed. Angela Esterhammer, Diane Piccitto, and Patrick Vincent.. (pp. 133-149). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
   
Hilpert, M. (2014). Collostructional Analysis: Measuring associations between constructions and lexical elements. In Polysemy and Synonymy. Corpus Methods and Applications in Cognitive Linguistics.. (pp. 391-404). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
   
Hilpert, M. (2013). ntegrating the perspectives on language and space. In Space in language and linguistics: geographical, interactional, and cognitive perspectives. (pp. 1-20). Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
   
Hilpert, M. (2013). Satz und Text. In Einführung in die Sprachwissenschaft. (pp. 187-216). Brunsbüttel: Metzler.
   
Hilpert, M. (2013). Corpus-based approaches to constructional change. In The Oxford Handbook of Construction Grammar. (pp. 458-477). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
   
Tudeau-Clayton, M. (2012). “‘This is the stranger’s case’: the Utopic Dissonance of Shakespeare’s contribution to Sir Thomas More.”. In Shakespeare Survey 65. (pp. 239-254). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
   
Tudeau-Clayton, M. (2012). "Shakespeare and Immigration". In A. Kern-Stähler , & D. Britain (Eds.) English on the Move: Mobilities in Literature and Language. (pp. 81-97). Tübingen: Gunter Narr.
   
Hilpert, M. (2012). Diachronic collostructional analysis meets the noun phrase. Studying many a noun in COHA. In T. Nevalainen, & E. C. Traugott (Eds.) The Oxford handbook of the history of English. (pp. 100-124). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
   
Hilpert, M., & Gries, S. T. (2012). Variability-based neighbor clustering: a bottom-up approach to periodization in historical linguistics. In T. Nevalainen, & E. C. Traugott (Eds.) The Oxford handbook of the history of English. (pp. 100-124). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
   
Hilpert, M. (2012). Diachronic collostructional analysis. How to use it, and how to deal with confounding factors. In J. Robynson, & K. Allan (Eds.) Current Methods in Historical Semantics. (pp. 133-160). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
   
Vincent, P. (2011). “A United Irishman in the Alps: William James MacNevin's A Ramble Through Swisserland.”. In J. Kelly (Ed.) Ireland and Romanticism: Publics, Nations and Scenes of Cultural Production. (pp. 94-108). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
   
Vincent, P. (2011). “La Campagne de Soressex: un jardin anglais à l’épreuve du tourisme romantique.”. In N. Entz, P. . Haüsermann, & J. Schupbach (Eds.) Territoires. Catalogue de la 11ème exposition Bex et Arts. (pp. 205-217). Lausanne: Arts et Fictions.
   
Hilpert, M. (2011). A cognitive linguistic perspective on counterfactuality. In M. Butter, D. Birke, & T. Köppe (Eds.) Counterfactual thinking / counterfactual writing. (pp. 95-111). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
   
Hilpert, M. (2011). Grammaticalization in Germanic Languages. In B. Heine, & H. Narrog (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Grammaticatization. (pp. 708-718). Oxford: OUP.
   
Hilpert, M. (2011). Was ist Konstruktionswandel?. In A. Ziem, & A. Lasch (Eds.) Konstruktionsgrammatik III: Aktuelle Fragen und Lösungsansätze. (pp. 59-76). Tübingen: Stauffenberg.
   
Vincent, P. (2010). “Highway 99, or Gary Snyder's Romance with Place.”. In M. Granger (Ed.) Lieux d'Amériques. (pp. 187-200). Lyon: Presses universitaires de Lyon.
   
Tudeau-Clayton, M. (2010). "Shakespeare's 'welsch men' and the 'King's English'". In W. Maley, & P. Schwyzer (Eds.) Shakespeare and Wales. From the Marches to the Assembly. (pp. 102-121). Farnham, UK and Burlington, VT: Ashgate.
   
Tudeau-Clayton, M. (2010). "The 'trueborn Englishman': Richard II, The Merchant of Venice and the Future History of (the) English". In M. Tudeau-Clayton, & W. Maley (Eds.) This England, That Shakespeare. (pp. 63-85). Aldershot: Ashgate.
   
Tudeau-Clayton, M., & Maley, W. (2010). "Introduction. 'To England send him': Repatriating Shakespeare". In M. Tudeau-Clayton, & W. Maley (Eds.) This England, That Shakespeare. (pp. 1-20). Aldershot: Ashgate.
   
Hilpert, M. (2010). Danish ville and English will: Two futures with a similar past, but a different present. In H. Goetzsche (Ed.) Memory, Mind, and Language. (pp. 179-192). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press.
   
Hilpert, M. (2010). Chained Metonymies. In J. Newman, & S. Rice (Eds.) Experimental and Empirical Methods in Cognitive Functional Research. (pp. 181-194). Stanford: CSLI.
   
Hilpert, M. (2010). Comparing Comparatives. A corpus-based study of comparative constructions in English and Swedish. In H. Boas (Ed.) Contrastive Studies in Construction Grammar. (pp. 21-42). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
   
Hilpert, M. (2010). The force dynamics of English complement clauses: A usage-based account. In K. Fischer, & D. Glynn (Eds.) Quantitative methods in cognitive semantics. (pp. 155-178). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
   
Hilpert, M. (2010). What can synchronic gradience tell us about reanalysis? Verb-first conditionals in written German and Swedish. In E. Traugott, & G. Trousdale (Eds.) Gradience, gradualness and grammaticalization. (pp. 100-124). Amsterdam: Benjamins.
   
Vincent, P. (2009). “Monuments and Memorials: Byron and Wordsworth in post -Napoleonic Switzerland.”. In L. Bezzola Lambert , & A. Ochsner (Eds.) Moment to Monument: The Making and Unmaking of Cultural Significance. (pp. 71-82). Bielefeld: Transcript.
   
Vincent, P. (2009). “Sleep or Death? Republicanism in The Convention of Cintra.”. In R. Gravil, & W. Owen (Eds.) William Wordsworth, Concerning the Convention of Cintra. A Critical Edition. (pp. 53-62). Tirril: Humanities Ebooks.
   
Vincent, P. (2009). “ ‘This Wretched Mockery of Justice’: British Travellers, Genevan Criminal Procedure, and the case of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.”. In V. Cossy, B. Kapossy, & R. Whatmore (Eds.) Genève, lieu d’Angleterre 1725-1814 / Geneva, an English Enclave 1725-1814. (pp. 327-348). Geneva: Slatkine.
   
Tudeau-Clayton, M. (2009). "Shakespeare au pays des 'Welsches'". In Chroniques Universitaires 07/08. (pp. 36-48). Neuchâtel: Université de Neuchâtel.
   
Tudeau-Clayton, M. (2009). "What Is My Nation? Language, Verse, and Politics in Tudor Translations of Virgil's Aeneid". In C. Shrank, & M. Pincombe (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Tudor Literature. (pp. 389-403). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
   
Hilpert, M. (2009). A quantitative approach to the development of complex predicates: The case of Swedish Pseudo-Coordination with sitta 'sit'. In T. Givon, & M. Shibatani (Eds.) Syntactic Complexity. (pp. 145-162). Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
   
Hilpert, M., & Koops , C. (2009). The co-evolution of syntactic and pragmatic complexity: diachronic and cross-linguistic aspects of pseudoclefts. In T. Givon, & M. Shibatani (Eds.) Syntactic Complexity. (pp. 215-238). Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
   
Hilpert, M. (2008). Where did this future come from? The constructional grammaticalization of Swedish komma att V. In A. Bergs, & G. Diewald (Eds.) Constructions and Language Change. (pp. 105-129). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
   
Vincent, P. (2007). “The Professor and the Fox: Louis Agassiz, Henry David Thoreau and ‘The Two Cultures’.”. In B. Engler, & L. Michalcak (Eds.) Cultures in Contact. (pp. I-I). Tübingen: Gunter Narr.
   
Vincent, P. (2007). “Rousseau, Thoreau and the Aesthetics of Romantic Taxonomy.”. In D. Madsen (Ed.) American Aesthetics. (pp. 97-108). Tübingen: Gunter Narr.
   
Hilpert, M. (2007). Chained metonymies in lexicon and grammar. A cross-linguistic perspective on body part terms. In G. Radden, & . al. (Eds.) Aspects of Meaning Construction. (pp. 77-98). Amsterdam: Benjamins.
   
Hilpert, M. (2006). On Swedish Future Constructions. In Proceedings of the 6th High Desert Linguistics Society meeting. (pp. 100-124). Albuquerque: HDLS.
   
Hilpert, M. (2006). The lexical category auxiliary in colloquial Sinhala. In UCSB working papers in linguistics. (pp. 100-124). Santa Barbara: UCSB.
   
Hilpert, M. (2006). Keeping an eye on the data: Metonymies and their patterns. In A. Stefanowitsch, & S. T. Gries (Eds.) Corpus-based Approches to Metaphor and Metonymy. (pp. 123-152). Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
   
Vincent, P. (2005). “Switzerland No More: Turner, Wordsworth and the Changed Landscape of Revolution.”. In D. Spurr, & C. Tschichold (Eds.) The Space of English. (pp. 135-151). Tübingen: Gunter Narr.
   
Vincent, P. (2005). “Beachy Head: Charlotte Smith’s All-Encompassing View.”. In A. Mortimer (Ed.) From Wordsworth to Stevens: Essays in Honour of Robert Rehder. (pp. 106-121). Bern: Peter Lang.
   
Vincent, P. (2005). “A Continent of Corinnes: The Romantic Poetess and the Diffusion of Liberal Culture in Europe, 1815-1850.”. In M. Ferber (Ed.) A Companion to European Romanticism. (pp. 486-504). Oxford: Blackwell.
   
Hilpert, M. (2005). From Causality to Concessivity: The Story of just because, Penn Working Papers in Linguistics 11.1. In Proceedings of the 28th Penn Linguistics Colloquium. (pp. 85-99). Philadelphia: PWPL.
   
Hilpert, M. (2005). A diachronic perspective on concessive constructions with just because. In A. Makkai, J. Sullivan, & A. R. Lommel (Eds.) LACUS Forum XXXI: Interconnections. (pp. 67-81). Houston: LACUS.
   
Vincent, P. (2003). “Natural Arabesques: James Fenimore Cooper’s Republican Ideal on the Léman.”. In B. Maeder (Ed.) Representing Realities: Essays in American Literature, the Arts and Culture. (pp. 37-50). Tübingen: Gunter Narr.
   
Tudeau-Clayton, M. (2003). "Introduction". In P. Berry (Ed.) Textures of Renaissance Knowledge: Cultural Difference and Critical Method. (pp. 1-14). Manchester: Manchester University Press.
   
Tudeau-Clayton, M. (2003). "I do not knowe my selfe": the Topography and Politics of Self-knowledge in Bartholomew Fair. In Textures of Renaissance Knowledge. (pp. 177-198). Manchester: Manchester University Press.
   
Vincent, P. (2002). “Elegiac Muses: Romantic Women Poets and the Elegy.”. In A. Esterhammer (Ed.) Romantic Poetry. (pp. 197-221). Amsterdam: John Benjamin.
   
Vincent, P. (2002). “William Wordsworth’s The Prelude.”. In J. Parini (Ed.) British Writers: Classics. (Vol. 1, pp. 253-272). New York: Gale.
   
Tudeau-Clayton, M. (2001). "Underwor(l)ds", l'ancien et le nouveau: De Virgile à Ben Jonson. In F. Laroque, & F. Lessay (Eds.) Esthétiques de la Nouveauté à la Renaissance. (pp. 59-76). Paris: Presses de la Sorbonne Nouvelle.
   
Préfaces
Esterhammer, A., Piccitto, D., & Vincent, P. (2015). Introduction. In Romanticism, Rousseau, Switzerland: New Prospects. (pp. 1-20). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
   
Articles de périodiques
Hilpert, M., & Bourgeois, S. (2020). Intersubjectification in constructional change: From confrontation to solidarity in the "Sarcastic much?" construction. Constructions and Frames, 12(1), 96-120.
   
Hilpert, M. (2020). Construction Grammar - theoretical reflections and empirical applications. Gragoatá, 25(52), 520-548.
   
Bourgeois, S. (2020). Intersubjectification in constructional change: From confrontation to solidarity in the "Sarcastic much?" construction. Constructions and Frames, 12(1), 96-120.
   
Hilpert, M. (2019). Higher-order schemas in morphology: What they are, how they work, and where to find them. Word Structure, 12(3), 261-273.
   
Lesley Depledge, E. (2018). "False Dating: The Case of the “1676” Hamlet Quartos,". Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 112(2), 183-199.
   
Hilpert, M. (2017). Text frequency does not correlate with priming sensitivity. A response to De Smet and Van de Velde. English Language and Linguistics, 21(2), 341-347.
   
Hilpert, M. (2017). A distributional semantic approach to the periodization of change in the productivity of constructions. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 22(4), 490-520.
   
Hilpert, M. (2017). Why are grammatical elements more evenly dispersed than lexical elements? Assessing the roles of frequency and semantic generality. Corpora, 12(3), 369-392.
   
Hilpert, M. (2017). Colloquialization in journalistic writing: Investigating inserts in TIME magazine with a focus on well. Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 18(1), 104-135.
   
Hilpert, M. (2017). Using token-based semantic vector spaces for corpus-linguistic analyses: From practical applications to tests of theoretical claims. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory, 2017, 1-24.
   
Krawczak, K., Fabiszak, M., & Hilpert, M. (2016). A corpus-based, cross-linguistic approach to mental predicates and their complementation: Performativity and descriptivity vis-à-vis boundedness and picturability. Folia Linguistica, 50(2), 475-506.
   
Hilpert, M. (2016). Change in modal meanings: Another look at the shifting collocates of may. Constructions and Frames, 8(1), 66-85.
   
Hilpert, M. (2015). Reflections on Constructions across Grammars. Constructions and Frames, 6(2), 1-10.
   
Hilpert, M. (2015). Constructional tolerance: Are argument structure constructions equally powerful across languages?. Constructions and Frames, 6(2), 266-304.
   
Hilpert, M. (2015). From hand-carved to computer-based: Noun-participle compounding and the upward-strengthening hypothesis. Cognitive Linguistics, 26(1), 1-36.
   
Vincent, P. (2014). Review of "Readers, Writers, Salonnières: Female Networks in Europe, 1700-1900," edited by Hilary Brown and Gilian Dow, "The Life of Madame Necker," by Sonja Boon, and "British Literary Salons of the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries," by Susanne Schmid. European Romantic Review, 25(1), 86-94.
   
Hilpert, M. (2013). Consistency of the proteome in primary human keratinocytes with respect to gender, age, and skin localization. Molecular and Cellular Proteomics, 1(1), 1-1.
   
Tudeau-Clayton, M. (2012). Shakespeare and the King’s English. Shakespeare Quarterly Open Review, I-I.
   
Hilpert, M. (2011). Dynamic visualizations of language change: Motion charts on the basis of bivariate and multivariate data from diachronic corpora. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 16(4), 435-461.
   
Hilpert, M. (2011). Dynamic visualizations of language change: Motion charts on the basis of bivariate and multivariate data from diachronic corpora. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 16(4), 435-461.
   
 
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