Emar Maier

List of John Benjamins publications for which Emar Maier plays a role.


Backus, Ad, Michael Cohen, Neil Cohn, Myrthe Faber, Emiel Krahmer, Schuyler Laparle, Emar Maier, E. van Miltenburg, Floris Roelofsen, Maria Eleonora Sciubba, Merel Scholman, Dimitar Shterionov, Maureen Sie, Frédéric Tomas, Eva Vanmassenhove, Noortje Venhuizen and Connie de Vos 2023 Minds: Big questions for linguistics in the age of AILinguistics in the Netherlands 2023, Leufkens, Sterre and Marco Bril (eds.), pp. 301–308
Bimpikou, Sofia, Emar Maier and Petra Hendriks 2021 The discourse structure of free indirect discourse reportsLinguistics in the Netherlands 2021, Dingemanse, Mark, Eva van Lier and Jorrig Vogels (eds.), pp. 21–39
We investigate the discourse structure of Free Indirect Discourse passages in narratives. We argue that Free Indirect Discourse reports consist of two separate propositional discourse units: an (explicit or implicit) frame segment and a reported content. These segments are connected at the level of… read more | Article
Vogels, Jorrig, Sofia Bimpikou, Owen Kapelle and Emar Maier 2021 Taking the perspective of narrative characters: A mouse-tracking study on the processing of ambiguous referring expressions in narrative discourseLinguistics in the Netherlands 2021, Dingemanse, Mark, Eva van Lier and Jorrig Vogels (eds.), pp. 144–162
An ongoing debate in the interpretation of referring expressions concerns the degree to which listeners make use of perspective information during referential processing. We aim to contribute to this debate by considering perspective shifting in narrative discourse. In a web-based mouse-tracking… read more | Article
There are two main competing views about the nature of sign language role shift within formal semantics today: Quer (2005) and Schlenker (2017a,b), following now standard analyses of indexical shift in spoken languages, analyze it as a so-called ‘monstrous operator’, while Davidson (2015) and Maier… read more | Article
Geurts, Bart and Emar Maier 2003 Quotation in ContextHybrid Quotations, De Brabanter, Philippe (ed.), pp. 109–128
It appears that in mixed quotations like the following, the quoted expression is used and mentioned at the same time: George says Tony is his ‘bestest friend’. Most theories seek to account for this observation by assuming that mixed quotations operate at two levels of content at once. In… read more | Article