Marianne Gullberg

Marianne Gullberg

is author/editor of the following titles:

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From Gesture in Conversation to Visible Action as Utterance: Essays in honor of Adam Kendon
Edited by Mandana Seyfeddinipur and Marianne Gullberg
[Not in series, 188]  2014.  ix, 379 pp.
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Gestures in Language Development
Edited by Marianne Gullberg and Kees de Bot
[Benjamins Current Topics, 28]  2010.  viii, 139 pp.
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Gestures in language development. Special Issue of Gesture volume 8:2 (2008)
Edited by Marianne Gullberg and Kees de Bot
[Gesture, 8:2]  2008.  145 pp.

is editor/board member of the following journals:

is editor/board member of the following yearbook:

is author of the following articles:

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Narasimhan, Bhuvana, Anetta Kopecka, Melissa F. Bowerman, Marianne Gullberg and Asifa Majid. 2012. “Putting and taking events”. In Events of Putting and Taking: A crosslinguistic perspective, 1–18
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Gullberg, Marianne and Kees de Bot. 2010. “Preface”. In Gestures in Language Development, 1
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Gullberg, Marianne, Kees de Bot and Virginia Volterra. 2010. “Gestures and some key issues in the study of language development”. In Gestures in Language Development, 3–33
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Gullberg, Marianne, Kees de Bot and Virginia Volterra. 2008. “Gestures and some key issues in the study of language development”. In Gestures in language development, 149–179
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Gullberg, Marianne and Kenneth Holmqvist. 2006. “What speakers do and what addressees look at”. Pragmatics & Cognition  14:1, 53–82
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Gullberg, Marianne. 2005. “Review of Kita ((2003)): Pointing. Where language, culture, and cognition meet ”. Gesture  4:2, 235–248
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Gullberg, Marianne. 2003. “Gestures, referents, and anaphoric linkage in learner varieties”. In Information Structure and the Dynamics of Language Acquisition, 311–328
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Gullberg, Marianne and Kenneth Holmqvist. 1999. “Keeping an eye on gestures”. Pragmatics & Cognition  7:1, 35–63