Hooray, our paper came out, openly accessible in Cognitive Science! Its title is “Iconicity in ideophones: Guessing, memorizing, and re
Shamelessly plugging my new article in Cognitive Linguistics, entitled “ABB, a salient prototype of collocate–id
One of the best things of my postdoc at HKU has been the collaboration with Youngah Do and Arthur Lewis Thompson. At the end of 2021 our first paper was published: “Articulatory features of phonemes pattern to iconic meanings: Evidence from cross-linguistic ideophones”.
I don’t often see poetry books that immediately make me go OMG must have but this interview with poet Fāng Shā
Finally, the paper I wrote together with Arthur Lewis Thompson on the Chinese Ideophone Database is out! Get your copy now at Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale (or by contacting us).
This is just a short update to inform you that my PhD dissertation and MA theses are now available on my website: The main link to the “re
Wow! It has already been one month (to the day) since my Taiwan adventure ended and I came back to Belgium. High time I publish the third installment of my
This is part two in my series that comprises the last 1.5 years of my candidature in linguistics at NTU. The first part, #dissertating, can be found here. This installment
As I’m about to do the final revisions on my dissertation, I have started reminiscing about my PhD trajectory. I envision myself writing a trilogy (or tetralogy) of posts that
#Goal The goal for this short update is to use the R package lingtypology (click here for the tutorial), in order to create a map that shows which for which