Dr Susanne Flach | Linguist

Zurich | Switzerland

Publications

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Forthcoming

Flach, Susanne. forthcoming. Serial verb constructions in English: Formal constraints from a usage-based perspective. [Trends in Linguistics; De Gruyter]

Accepted / in press

Flach, Susanne & Martin Hilpert (eds.). accepted. Broadening the spectrum of corpus linguistics: New approaches to variability and change. [Studies in Corpus Linguistics series.] Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Hilpert, Martin & Susanne Flach. in press. A case of constructional contamination in English: Modified noun phrases influence adverb placement in the passive. In Marcin Grygiel (ed.), Contrast and analogy in language: Perspectives from Cognitive Linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Published

Feel free to contact me for offprints.

Flach, Susanne. 2021. From movement into action to manner of causation: Changes in argument mapping in the into-causative. Linguistics 59(1). 247–283. [Linkuncorrected pre-pub draft]

Flach, Susanne. 2020. Schemas and the frequency/acceptability mismatch: Corpus distribution predicts sentence judgements. Cognitive Linguistics 31(4). 609-645. [Link (free access)]

Flach, Susanne. 2020. Beyond modal idioms and modal harmony: A corpus-based analysis of gradient idiomaticity in modal–adverb collocations. English Language and Linguistics. [Link (aop), uncorrected pre-pub draft]

Flach, Susanne. 2020. Reduction Hypothesis revisited: Frequency or association? In: Christina Sanchez-Stockhammer, Franziska Günther & Hans-Jörg Schmid (eds.), Language in mind and brain: Multimedial proceedings of the workshop held at LMU Munich, December 10–11, 2018, 16–22. München: LMU Open Access. [Link]

Hilpert, Martin & Susanne Flach. 2020. Disentangling modal meanings with distributional semantics. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities. [Link (aop)]

Flach, Susanne. 2020. Constructionalization and the Sorites Paradox: The emergence of the into-causative. In Lotte Sommerer & Elena Smirnova (eds.), Nodes and networks in Diachronic Construction Grammar, 45–67. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. [Link, uncorrected pre-pub draft]

Stefanowitsch, Anatol & Susanne Flach. 2020. “Too big to fail but big enough to pay for their mistakes”: A collostructional analysis of the patterns [too ADJ to V] and [ADJ enough to V]. In Gloria Corpas & Jean Pierre Colson (eds.), Computational and corpus-based phraseology, 248–272. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. [Link]

Smirnova, Elena, Robert Mailhammer & Susanne Flach. 2019. The role of atypical constellations in the grammaticalization of German and English passives. Diachronica 36(3). 384-416. [Link]

Flach, Susanne, Kristin Kopf & Anatol Stefanowitsch. 2018. Skandale und Skandälchen konstrastiv: Das Konfix –gate im Deutschen und Englischen. In Rita Heuser & Mirjam Schmuck (eds.), Stiefkinder der Onomastik, 239–268. Berlin: De Gruyter. [Link]

Hampe, Beate & Susanne Flach (eds.). 2018. Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association (Vol. VI). Berlin: De Gruyter. [Link]

Hampe, Beate & Susanne Flach. 2018. Editorial: Corpora, constructions, cognition. In: Beate Hampe & Susanne Flach (eds.), Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association (Vol. VI), 1–8. Berlin: De Gruyter. [Link]

Flach, Susanne. 2017. Serial verb constructions in English: A usage-based perspective. PhD thesis, Freie Universität Berlin.

Flach, Susanne. 2017. Idiomatic singleton or prototype? A productivity analysis of be-ADJ-and-V. In Stefan Hartmann (ed.), Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association (Vol. V). Berlin: De Gruyter. [Link]

Stefanowitsch, Anatol & Susanne Flach. 2016. A corpus-based perspective on entrenchment. In Hans-Jörg Schmid (ed.), Entrenchment and the psychology of language learning: How we reorganize and adapt linguistic knowledge, 101–127. Berlin: De Gruyter. [Link]

Flach, Susanne. 2015. “Let’s go look at usage”: A constructional approach to formal constraints on go-VERB. In Peter Uhrig & Thomas Herbst (eds.), Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association (Vol. III), 231–252. Berlin: De Gruyter. [Link]

Hilpert, Martin & Susanne Flach (eds.). 2014. Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association (Vol. II). Berlin: De Gruyter. [Link]

Flach, Susanne. 2010. The definite article in 19th-century Irish English: A corpus-based study of use and variation. MA thesis, Universität Hamburg.

Misc

Flach, Susanne. 2015. Online-Korpustutorium mit CQP / A Practical guide.

De Smet, Hendrik, Susanne Flach, Jukka Tyrkkö & Hans-Jürgen Diller. 2015. The Corpus of Late Modern English Texts (CLMET), version 3.1: Improved tokenization and linguistic annotation. KU Leuven, FU Berlin, U Tampere, RU Bochum. [Link]

Stefanowitsch, Anatol, Kristin Kopf & Susanne Flach. 2014. Der Bericht zur Lage der deutschen Sprache im Kontext sprachwissenschaftlicher Öffentlichkeitsarbeit. Zeitschrift für Rezensionen in der Sprachwissenschaft 6(1-2). 17–22. [Link]

Kopf, Kristin, Susanne Flach & Anatol Stefanowitsch. 2014. “Deutsche Akademie für Sprache und Dichtung, Union der deutschen Akademien der Wissenschaften (Hg.). 2013. Reichtum und Armut der deutschen Sprache. Erster Bericht zur Lage der deutschen Sprache. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter. 233 S.” Zeitschrift für Rezensionen in der Sprachwissenschaft 6(1-2). 10–16. [Link]