Olga Fischer - Selected Publications#


(2019) with Hendrik De Smet & Wim van der Wurff, A Brief History of English Syntax. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

(2007) Morpho-syntactic Change: Functional and Formal Perspectives . Oxford: Oxford University Press.

(2000) With Ans van Kemenade, Willem Koopman & Wim van der Wurff, The Syntax of Early English, Cambridge Syntax Guides. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

(1992) 'Syntax', chapter 4 in the Middle English volume (Volume II, 1066-1476) of the Cambridge History of the English Language , ed. by Norman Blake. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 207-408.


(2019) Fischer, Olga with Hella Olbertz, “The role played by analogy in processes of language change: The case of English HAVE-to compared to Spanish TENER-que”. In Categories, Constructions and Change in English Syntax (Studies in English Language Series) edited by Nuria Yáñez-Bouza et al. Cambridge University Press, 253-282.

(2017) De Smet, Hendrik & Fischer, Olga 'The role of analogy in language change: Supporting constructions', in The Changing English Language: Psycholinguistic Perspectives.[Studies in English Language]] Hundt, M., Mollin, S. & Pfenninger, S. E. (eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 240-268

(2013) 'The role of contact in English syntactic change in the Old and Middle English periods', in Marianne Hundt & Daniel Schreier (eds.), English as a Contact Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

(2012) 'The status of the postponed 'and-adjective' construction in Old English: Attributive or predicative?', in David Denison, Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero, Chris McCully, & Emma Moore (eds), Analysing Older English (Studies in English Language). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 251-284.

(2011) 'Grammaticalization as analogically driven change?', in Heiko Narrog & Bernd Heine (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Grammaticalization (Oxford Handbooks in Linguistics). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 31-42.

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