Anna Maria Siewierska - List of Publications#


Siewierska, A. (2004). Person. Cambridge. Cambridge University Press. reviewed: Martin Haspelmath (to appear) Language; Lachlan Mackenzie (2006) Folia Linguistica

Siewierska, A. (1991). Functional Grammar. London: Routledge. reviewed: Johan van der Auwera (1992) Linguistics 28; Francisco J. Cortes Rodriguez (1992) Atlantis 14.1/2; Peter Sgall (1993) Linguistics 31; Francis Cornish (1994) Journal of Literary Semantics 23.1.; Gary D. Prideaux (1994) Language 70.1; Rudi Gebruers (1994) Functions of Langauge 1; Natalia Kozintseva (1995). Languages of the World 8; Colette Feuilard (1995) La linguistique 31.2

Siewierska, A. (1988). Word Order Rules. London: Croom Helm. reviewed: Matthew Dryer (1989) Language 65.3 (book notice); Christian Lehmann (1990). Journal of Linguistics: 26.1; Brigitta Haftka ZPSK (1989)

Siewierska, A. (1984). The Passive: A Contrastive Linguistic Analysis. London: Croom Helm. reviewed: Harm Pinkster (1987) Journal of Linguistics 23.6; Suzanne Romaine (1988) Linguistics; Ruta Nagucka (1986) Biuletyn Polskiego Towarzystwa Jezykoznawczego

Malchukov, Andrej & Anna Siewierska (eds.), (forthcoming). Impersonal Constructions. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Siewierska, A. & J. Jung Song (eds.) (1998). Case, Grammar and Typology. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. reviewed: Christiane M. Bongartz (1999). Linguist List 11.(March 1999); Stuart Robinson (2000) Language 76.2; Petra M. Vogel (2001) Studies in Language 25; Lindsay J. Whaley (2001) Journal of Linguistics 37; Folia Linguistica 33.3-4.

Siewierska, A. (1997). (ed.), Constituent Order in the Languages of Europe. Berlin: Mouton der Gruyter. reviewed: Werner Abraham (1998) Germanistik 39 (book notice); Brigitta Haftka (1998) Sprachtypologie und Universalienforschung 51; Barry Blake (1999) Journal of Linguistics 35; (1998) Folia Linguistica 32.3-4.

Edited Special Issues

Siewierska, A. (ed.), (2008) Impersonal Constructions in Grammatical Theory. Special issue of Transactions of the Philological Society, 106.2.

Siewierska, A. & W. Hollmann (eds.), (2007). Ditransitive Constructions. Special issue of Functions of Language 14.1

Baker, P, A. Hardie, A, McEnery and A. Siewierska, (eds.), (2000) Proceedings of the Third Discourse Anaphora and Reference Resolution Colloquium (2000). UCREL Technical Papers Volume 12 Special Issue. Department of Linguistics, Lancaster University.

Papers in Refereed Journals

Hollmann, W. & A. Siewierska (forthcoming). Definite article reduction in Lancashire dialect: constructions in a socio-linguistic context. Cognitive Linguistics.

Siewierska, A., J. Xu & R. Xia (in 2010) Bang-le yi ge da mang (offered a big helping hand) A corpus study of the splittable compounds in spoken and written Chinese. Language Sciences 32.

Siewierska, A. (2010) From 3ptl-to passive: incipient, emergent and established passives. Diachronica 27.3.

Siewierska, A. (2008) Introduction: impersonalization from a subject-centered vs. agent-centered perspective. Transactions of the Philological Society. Special issue Impersonal Constructions in Grammatical Theory. 106.2: 1-23.

Bakker, D. & A. Siewierska (2007) Implementation of grammatical functions in FDG. Alfa - Revista de Lingüística 51.2

Hollmann, W & A. Siewierska (2007) A construction grammar account of possessive constructions in Lancashire dialect: some advantages and challenges. English Language and Linguistics 11.2:407-424.

Siewierska, A & D.Bakker (2007) Bound person forms in ditransitive clauses revisited. Functions of Language 14.1:103-125.

Hollmann, W & A. Siewierska (2006) Corpora and other methods in the study of Lancashire dialect, Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik 54.1: 21-34.

Hengeveld, K., J. Rijkhoff & A. Siewierska (2004). Parts of speech systems as a basic typological parameter. Journal of Linguistics 40.2, 527-570.

Siewierska, A. (2003). Person agreement and the determination of alignment. Transactions of the Philological Society. 101.2, 339-370.

Siewierska, A. (1999). From anaphoric pronoun to grammatical agreement marker: why objects don't make it. Folia Linguistica 33/2 : 225-251.

Siewierska, A. (1998). Nominal and verbal person marking. Linguistic Typology 2, 1-53.

Siewierska, A. (1998). Languages with and without objects. Languages in Contact 1.2:173-190.

Siewierska, A. & D. Bakker (1996) The distribution of subject and object agreement and word order type. Studies in Language 20.1:115-161.

Siewierska, A. (1996). Word order type and alignment type. Sprachtypologie und Universalie¬nforschung 49, 149-176.

Siewierska, A. (1993). Subject and object order in written Polish: some statistical data. Folia Linguistica 27. 1/2, 147-169.

Siewierska, A. (1993). Syntactic weight vs. pragmatic factors and word order variation in Polish. Journal of Linguistics 29, 233-265.

Bakker, D. & A. Siewierska (1993). Computerprogramma's voor taaltypologie (Computer programs for language typology). Gramma/Taal en Tekstwetenschap.2, 235-255.

Siewierska, A. (1992). Niet-subject-argumenten in Bantu talen: een FG¬analyse (Non-subject arguments in Bantu: an FG analysis). Taal en Tekstwetenschap 10.1, 23-42.

Siewierska, A. (1988). Postposed subject pronouns in Polish. Kwartalnik Neofilologiczny 35.3, 315-330.

Siewierska, A. (1984). Phrasal discontinuity in Polish. Australian Journal of Linguistics 4.1, 57-71.

Siewierska, A. (1983). Another theory of the passive that doesn't work. Linguistics 21.4, 557-571.

Papers in edited volumes

Yon, Yi & A. Siewierska (forthcoming) R-impersonals in Mandarin. In A. Malchukov and A. Siewierska (eds). Siewierska, A. (forthcoming) Overlap and complementarity in reference impersonals: man- constructions vs. third person plural-impersonals. In A, Malchukov and A. Siewierska (eds).

Siewierska, A. (to appear). Passive agents: Canonical vs. Prototypical Passives. In D. Brown, G. Corbett and M (eds), Towards a Canonical Typology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Siewierska, A. (to appear) The syntagmatic iconicity of person forms: a comparison across Languages. W. Kubinski & D. Stachowiak (eds.), Beyond Philology.

Siewierska, A. (to appear). Person forms. In Jae Jung Song (ed.). The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Typology. Oxford: Oxford University Press

D. Bakker and A. Siewierska (2009). Weighing the semantic distinctions in person forms. In. Johanes Helmbrecht, Yoko Nishina, Yong Min Shin, Stavros Skopeteas and Elizabeth Verhoeven (eds), Form and Function in Language Research. Papers in Honour of Christian Lehmann. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 25-56.

Siewierska, A. (2009). Person asymmetries in zero expression and grammatical function In F. Floricic (ed.), Essais de Linguistique Generale et de Typologie Linguistique offerts au Professeur Denis Creissels à l'occasion de ses 65 ans. Paris: Presses de L’Ecole Normale Supérieure, 425-438.

Siewierska, A. (2009) Semantics. Culpeper, J., Katamba, F. Kerswill, P., Wodak, R. and T. McEnery English Language: Description, Variation and Context. Houndmills: Palgrave.

Siewierska, A. & D. Bakker (2008). Case and alternative strategies. In. A. M. Malchukov & A.Spencer (eds), Handbook of Case: Oxford: Oxford University Press, 290-303.

Siewierska, A. (2008) Ways of impersonalizing: pronominal vs. verbal strategies. In María de los Angele Gómez- González, Lachlan Mackenzie and Elsa M. Gonzáles Álvarez (eds), Current Trends in Contrastive Linguistics, Amsterdam John Benjamins. 3-26.

Siewierska, A & W. Hollmann (2007) Ditransitive clauses in English with special reference to Lancashire dialect. In M. Hannay & Gerad Steen (eds.), Structural-Functional Studies in English Grammar. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 85-104.

Bakker, Dik & Anna Siewierska (2007) Another take on the notion subject. In M. Hannay & Gerad Steen (eds.), Structural-Functional Studies in English Grammar. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Siewierska, A & D. Bakker (2006). Semantic distinctions in person forms: unidirectional or bi- directional change. In Terttu Nevalainen , Juhani Klemola and Mikko Laitinen (ed.) Types of Variation: Diachronic, Dialectal and Typological Interfaces. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 21-50.

Siewierska, A. (2006). Linguistic typology: where functionalism and formalism almost meet. In A. Duszak & U. Okulska (eds.), Bridges and Walls in Metalinguistic Discourse. Berlin: Peter Lang, 57-76.

Siewierska, A. & D. Bakker (2006) Inclusive/exclusive in free and bound person forms. In E. Filiminova (ed.), Incluisvity. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 149-176.

Siewierska, A & D. Bakker (2005). The agreement cross-reference continuum: person marking in Functional Grammar. In. K. Hengeveld & C. de Groot (eds.), Morphosyntactic expression in Functional Grammar. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 203 - 248.

Siewierska, A (2005) Gender in personal pronouns In M. Haspelmath , M.S. Dryer, D. Gil & B. Comrie . (eds.). World Atlas of Language Structure. Oxford University Press, chapter 44, 182-185.

Siewierska, A (2005) Alignment of person agreement marking. In M. Haspelmath, M.S. Dryer, D. Gil & B. Comrie (eds.). World Atlas of Language Structure.Oxford University Press, chapter100, 406-409.

Siewierska, A (2005) Verbal person marking. In M. Haspelmath et al. (eds.). World Atlas of Language Structure. Oxford University Press, chapter 102, 414-417.

Siewierska, A. (2005). Third-person zero of verbal person marking. In M. Haspelmath . M.S. Dryer, D. Gil & B. Comrie (eds.). World Atlas of Language Structure. Oxford University Press, chapter 103, 418-421.

Siewierska, A (2005) Order of person agreement markers. In M. Haspelmath et al. (eds.). World Atlas of Language Structure. Oxford University Press, chapter 104, 422-425.

Siewierska, A (2005) Passive constructions, In M. Haspelmath . M.S. Dryer, D. Gil & B. Comrie (eds.). World Atlas of Language Structure. Oxford University Press, chapter 107: 434-437.

Bakker, D. & A. Siewierska (2004 ). 'Towards a Speaker model of Functional Grammar'. In L. Mackenzie & M. de los Ángeles Gómez (eds.). A New Architecturefor Functional Grammar. Berlin: Mouton der Gruyter, 325-364.

Siewierska, A. (2004). On the discourse basis of person agreement marking. In Tuija Virtanen (ed.), Approaches to Cognition through Text and Discourse. (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs 147) Berlin & New York.: Mouton de Gruyter, 31-46.

Siewierska, A. (2003). Reduced pronominals and argument prominence. In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway (ed.), Nominals: Inside and Out. Stanford: CSIL Publications, 119-150. (a substantially revised and updated version of Siewierska 1999)

Bakker, D. & A. Siewierska (2002 ). 'Adpositions, the lexicon and expression rules'. In Ricardo Mairal Usón & María Jesús Pérez Quintero (eds.), New Perspectives on Argument Structure in Functional Grammar. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 125-178.

Siewierska, A. (2001) Order correlations between free and bound possessors; perspectives from diachronic change. In Walter Bisang (ed.). Aspects of Typology and Universals. Berlin: Akadenie Verlag., 133-152.

Siewierska, A. (2001). On the argument status of cross-referencing forms. In M. Jesus. Perez Quintero (ed.), Challenges and developments in Functional Grammar. Revisita Canaria de Estudios Ingleses 4, 215-236.

Siewierska, A. (2000) On the origin of the order of agreement and tense markers. In J.C. Smith & Delia Bentley (eds), Historical Linguistics 1995 vol.1 General issues and non-Germanic Languages. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 377-392.

Siewierska, A. (1999). Reduced pronominals and argument prominence. In Miriam Butt and TracyHolloway (ed.), Proceedings of the LFG 99 Conference. CSIL Publications.

Siewierska, A (1998). From passive to inverse. In A. Siewierska & Jae Jung Song (eds.), 229-246.

Siewierska, A. (1998). Polish main clause constituent order and FG pragmatic functions. In. M. Hannay & A.M. Bolkestein (eds.), Functional Grammar and verbal interaction. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 243-266.

Siewierska, A (1997). The formal realization of case and agreement marking: a functional perspective. In: A-M. Simon-Vandenbergen, K. Davidse & D. Noel (eds.), Reconnecting Language. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 181-210.

Siewierska, A. (1997). Introduction. In: A. Siewierska (ed.), 1-18.

Siewierska, A. (1997). Variation in major constituent order: a global and an European perspective. In: A. Siewierska (ed.), 475-551.

Siewierska, A. & Ludmila Uhrílová (1997), Word order in Slavic. In: A. Siewierska (ed.), 105-149.

Siewierska, A, J. Rijkhoff & D. Bakker (1997). Appendix: Twelve word order variables in the languages of Europe. In A. Siewierska (ed.), 783-812.

Siewierska, A. (1995). On the coding of grammatical relations. In P. H. Franses et al. (eds.), Van Frictie tot wetenschap. Jaarboek 1994-1995 van Vereniging van Akademie-onderzoekers, 107-116.

Siewierska, A. (1994b). The relationship between affix and main clause constituent order. In: B. Haftka (ed.), Was determiniert Worstellun¬gsvariation?' Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 63-76.

Siewierska, A. (1993c). On the interplay of factors in the determination of word order. In: J. Jacobs et al. (eds), Syntax: An International Handbook of Contemporary Research. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 826-846.

Siewierska, A. (1992a) Layers in FG and GB. In: M. Fortescue, P. Harder & L. Kristoffersen (eds) Layered Structure and Reference in a Functional Perspective. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 433-432.

Siewierska, A. (1990a). Datives in Polish pseudo-reflexives. In: M. Hannay and E. Vester (eds),Working with Functional Grammar: Descriptive and Computational Applications. Dordrecht: Foris, 1-14.

Siewierska, A. (1988a). The passive in Slavic languages. In: M. Shibatani (ed.), Passives and Voicing. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 243-289.

Siewierska, A. (1987). Postverbal subject pronouns in Polish in the light of topic continuity and the topic/focus distinction. In: J. Nuyts and G. de Schutter (eds). Getting the Words into Line. Dordrecht: Foris, 147-161.

Papers in Working Papers

Siewierska, A. (1993a). Semantic functions and theta roles. Working Papers in Functional Grammar 55. University of Amsterdam.

Bakker, D. & A. Siewierska (1993b). A contribution to constituent order explanations. Working Papers of The European Science Foundation eurotyp Project, 2.5, 126 144.

Siewierska, A. (1993c). On the ordering of subject agreement and tense affixes. Working Papers of The European Science Foundation eurotyp Project, 2.5, 101 126.

Lehmann, Christian, Dik Bakker, Osten Dahl & Anna Siewierska (1992). EUROTYP Guidelines. Committee on Computations and Standardization. Working Papers of The European Science Foundation eurotyp Project.

Bakker, D. & A. Siewierska (1991b). A data base system for language typology. Working Papers of The European Science Foundation eurotyp Project 2.2, 1-42.

Siewierska, A. (1991a). An overview of word order in Slavic languages. Working Papers of the European Science Foundation eurotyp Project, 2.1, 66-99.

Siewierska, A. (1990b). Fronting strategies in English. Zeszyty Naukowe Wydzialu Humanistycznego Uniwersytetu Gdanskiego 9, 9-29.

Siewierska, A. (1988b) Automatyczne rozumienie jezyka naturalnego w oparciu o analizy skladniowe (Syntacitic based parsing strategies). Archiwum Computer Studio Kajkowski 2, 3-23.

Siewierska, A. (1984). Relational Grammar and exceptions to the passive. Zeszyty Naukowe Wydzialu Humanistycznego Uniwersytetu Gdanskiego 4, 27-39.

Reference works

Siewierska, Anna. (forthcoming) Functional and Cognitive Grammars. In Keith Allan (ed), Oxford Handbook of the History of Linguistics.

Siewierska, A. (to appear). Historical and universal-typological linguistics. In J. Joseph and Linda R. Waugh (eds), Cambridge History of Linguistics.

Siewierska, A. (2008) Typological universals. In Patrick Colm Hogan. (ed.), The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Language Sciences

Siewierska, A. (2006) Word order and linearization. In: Keith Brown et al. (eds), Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. (Second Edition) vol 13 pp. 642-649. Oxford:Elsevier

Siewierska, A (2002) Word order. In N.J. Smelser & P.B. Baltes, International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences: Amsterdam-Lausanne-New York-Oxford-Shannon-Singapore-Tokyo: Elsevier. 16552-5.

Siewierska, A. (2000). Annotated bibliography of typology. In Annotate Bibliography of English Studies. Vol 108. Theoretical Linguistics. (Acronym ANSIEW) Swets and Zeitlinger.

Siewierska, A. (1994a) Word order and linearization. In: R.E. Asher et al. (eds), The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. Edinburgh: Pergamon & Aberdeen University Press.


Siewierska, A. (2008). Y.N. Falk (2006). Subjects and Universal Grammar. Cambridge: Cambridge Uuiversity Press. Journal of Linguistics 44.1, 530-534.

Siewierska, A. (2005). C.S. Butler (2003). Structure and Function - A Guide to three Major Structural-Functional Theories. Volumes 1 & 2. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Language.

Siewierska, A. (2004). Martin Haspelmath, Ekkehard König, Wulf Oesterreicher & Wolfgang Raible (eds.) (2001), Language typology and language universals: an international handbook. Volumes 1 & 2. Berlin & New York: Walter de Gruyter, Pp xx + 1855. Journal of Linguistics 40.3: 683-687.

Siewierska, A. (2000). W. B. McGregor (1997). Semiotic Grammar. Oxford: Clarendon Press. Functions of Language 7.1: 168-172.

Siewierska, A. (1998). Katalin E. Kiss (1995). Discourse Configurational Languages. New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press. Journal of Linguistics 34, 257-261.

Siewierska, A (1995). D.L. Payne (1992). Pragmatics of Word Order Flexibility. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Journal of Linguistics 31, 458-463.

Siewierska, A. (1994). J. Nichols (1992). Linguistic Diversity in Space and Time. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. Linguistics 32, 148-153.

Siewierska, A. (1993 ). M. H. Klaiman (1991). Grammatical Voice. Cambridge: CUP. Linguistics 31, 398-401.

Siewierska, A. (1992). Talmy Givón (1990). Syntax. A Functional Typological Introduction. Vol 2. Amster¬dam: John Benjamins. Forum der Letteren 33.4, 308-311.

Siewierska, A. (1992). Doris L. Payne (1990). The Pragmatics of Word Order. Typological Dimen¬sions of Verb Initial Languages. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Journal of Linguistics. 28, 256-260.

Siewierska, A. (1989). James D. McCawley. (1979). Adverbs, Vowels and Other Objects of Wonder. Studies in Language 11.2, 479-485.

Work in progress

Siewierska, A. & D.Bakker. Semantic dimensions in the grammaticalization of person agreement

Siewierska, A & D. Bakker Three takes on grammatical relations

Siewierska A & D. Bakker Suppletion in person forms

Siewierska A. and M. Papastathi Third person plural constructions
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