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List of Publications

MARTIN THIERING

PhD

 

Books and Journals

(in preparation). (ed. with Klaus Geus). Features of Common Sense Geography (Vol. II): Landmarks. Wien/Berlin: LIT.

2018. Kognitive Semantik und Kognitive Anthropologie. Eine Einführung. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

2015. Spatial Semiotics and Spatial Mental Models: Figure–Ground Asymmetries in Language (Applied Cognitive Linguistics, Vol. 27). Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.  cover

2014. (ed. with Klaus Geus). Features of Common Sense Geography: Implicit Knowledge Structures in Ancient Geographical Texts. Wien/Berlin: LIT. Link

2013. (ed.). Die Neo-Whorfian Theorie: Das Wiedererstarken des linguistischen Relativitäts­prinzips. Zeitschrift für Semiotik, Vol. 35, 1/2. Link

 

Peer-Reviewed Articles and Book Chapters

2016. (with Johan Blomberg). Spatial Phenomenology and Cognitive Linguistics. Metodo. International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy 4/2, 159–212.

2016. (with Wulf Schiefenhövel). Representations of spaces in Eipo and Dene Chipe­wyan: Spatial language and environment. In: Matthias Schemmel (ed.). Spatial Thinking and External Representation: Towards a Historical Epistemology of Space. Pre­print Series Max Planck Institute for the History of Sciences, Berlin: MPIWG Edition Open Access, 35–92.

2014. Implicit knowledge structures as mental models in common sense geography. In: Klaus Geus and Martin Thiering (eds.). Features of Common Sense Geography: Implicit Knowledge Structures in Ancient Geographical Texts. Wien/Berlin: LIT, 265–317.

2014. (with Günther Görz and Ekaterina Ilyushechkina). Towards a cognitive-linguistic reconstruction of the spatial orientation in ancient texts – The example of Dionysios Periegetes. In: Klaus Geus and Martin Thiering (eds.). Features of Common Sense Geography: Implicit Knowledge Structures in Ancient Geographical Texts. Wien/Berlin: LIT, 245–263.

2014. (with Klaus Geus). Common sense geography and mental modelling: setting the stage. In: Klaus Geus and Martin Thiering (eds.). Features of Common Sense Geography: Implicit Knowledge Structures in Ancient Geographical Texts. Wien/Berlin: LIT, 5–15.

2014. Cognitive maps of landmark orientation. In: Luna Filipovic and Martin Pütz (eds.). Multilingual Cognition and Language Use: Processing and Typological Perspectives. (Human Cognitive Processing Series, Vol. 44). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins, 151–182.

2013. Einführung: Die Neo-Whorfian Theorie: Das Wiedererstarken des linguistischen Relativitäts­prinzips. Zeitschrift für Semiotik, Vol. 35, 1/2, 3–28.

2013. Degree of specificity in spatial semantics. In: Monika Reif, Justyna Robin­son and Martin Pütz (eds.). Variation in Language and Language Use: Linguistic, Socio-Cultural and Cognitive Perspectives (Duisburg Papers on Research in Language and Culture, Vol. 96). Frankfurt am Main: Lang, 367–420.

2012. Spur. In: Stephan Günzel (ed.). Lexikon der Raumphilosophie. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftli­che Buchgesell­schaft, 385–386.

2012. Praktik. In: Stephan Günzel (ed.). Lexikon der Raumphilosophie. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftli­che Buchgesell­schaft, 312–313.

2012. Referenzrahmen. In: Stephan Günzel (ed.). Lexikon der Raumphilosophie. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 336.

2011. Figure-ground reversals in language. Gestalt Theory, 33, 3/4, 245–276.

2009. Language loss in spatial semantics: Dene Suline. In: Jim Stanford and Dennis Preston (eds.). An Anthology on Quantitative Sociolinguistic Studies of Indigenous minority languages. Variationist Approaches to Indigenous Minority Languages. Philadelphia: Benjamins, 485–516.

 

Conference Pre-/Proceedings and Working Papers

2013. (with Günther Görz and Ekaterina Ilyushechkina). Towards a cognitive-linguistic recon­struction of “mental maps” from antique texts – the example of Dionysios Periegetes. In: Bernadette Sharp and Michael Zock (eds.). Pro­ceedings of the 10th International Workshop on Natural Language Processing and Cogni­tive Science, NLPCS 2013, Marseille, 20–34.

2013. (with Wulf Schiefenhövel). Spatial Concepts in Non-Literate Societies: Language and Practice in Eipo and Dene Chipewyan. TOPOI – Towards a Historical Epistemology of Space (Preprint Series Max Planck Institute for the History of Sciences, Vol. 447). Berlin: MPIWG.

2012. Spatial mental models in common sense geography. In: Klaus Geus and Martin Thiering (eds.). Common Sense Geography and Mental Modelling (Preprint Series Max Planck In­stitute for the History of Sciences, Vol. 426). Berlin: MPIWG, 11–44.

2012. (with Klaus Geus). Common sense geography and mental modelling: Opening the stage. In: Geus, Klaus and Thiering, Martin (eds.). Common Sense Geography and Mental Model­ling (Preprint Series Max Planck Institute for the History of Sciences, Vol. 426). Berlin: MPIWG, 2–10.

2012. (with Klaus Geus). Common Sense Geography and Mental Modelling (Preprint Se­ries Max Planck Institute for the History of Sciences, Vol. 426). Berlin: MPIWG (http://www.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/de/ressourcen/preprints.html).

2012. Topographical coordinates and spatial language. Cognitive Psycholinguistics: Bilingua­lism, Cognition and Communication. Preceedings of the 35th International LAUD Sympo­sium. University of Koblenz-Landau: LAUD, 1–58.

2011. (with Jürgen Renn and Matthias Schemmel). Space as Transformed in the History of Sci­ence. Historical Epistemology of Space: Experience and Theoretical Reflection in the Historical Development of Spatial Knowledge. In: Friederike Fless, Gerd Graßhoff and Mi­chael Meyer (eds.). Reports of the Research Groups at the Topoi Plenary Session 2010. Special Issue of eTopoi. Journal for Ancient Studies, 1–11.

2010. Intralingual variation of spatial concepts in an Athapaskan language. Cognitive Sociolin­guistics: Language Variation in its Structural, Conceptual and Cultural Dimensions. Pre­ceedings of the 34th International LAUD Symposium. University of Koblenz-Landau: LAUD, 92–123.

2009. Linguistic categorization of topological spatial relations. TOPOI – Towards a Historical Epistemology of Space (Preprint Series Max Planck Institute for the History of Sciences, Vol. 373). Berlin: MPIWG, 1–76 (http://www.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/de/ressourcen/preprints.html).

2008. The Construction of Topological Space. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Alberta (2007), Department of Linguistics. Ottawa: Library and Archives Canada (microfiche).

2007. Basic Locative Predications in Totonac. Tufts Working Papers, Medford: Tufts University, Center for Cognitive Studies.

2007. Coercion in German and English vs. Dene. Tufts University. Tufts Working Papers, Medford: Tufts University, Center for Cognitive Studies.

2005. The Spatial Categorization Elicitation Tool (SPACE). Developed at the Department of Linguistics, University of Alberta, property of the author and the Daghida Project (Prof. Dr. Sally Rice), in preparation for an online elicitation tool.

2004. A case study on language loss: Spatial semantics in Dene Suline. Alaska Native Language Center Working Papers, Vol. 4.

2001. The Mental Lexicon in L2 Production. Unpublished MA thesis, University of Hamburg, Department of Applied Linguistics (print and microfiche version at the department library).

 

                                                                                  Berlin, 09 May 2017

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