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In prep.

Databases

Pascual, E. 2013. Unquoted: Online Database of Non-Quotative Direct Speech. [http://estherpascual.com/unquoted/]

 

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Refereed Publications


Books

 

Pascual, E. & S. Sandler (eds.). 2016. The Conversation Frame: Forms and Functions of Fictive Interaction. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

 [Website] [Endorsements]

 

Pascual, E. 2014. Fictive Interaction: The Conversation Frame in Thought, Language, and Discourse. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

[Website] [Reviews: Cognitive Semiotics 8(1), 2015, Cognitive Linguistics 26(4), 2015Lingüística 31(2), 2015]

 


International Journals

 

Pascual, E. & E. Królak. The ‘listen to characters thinking’ novel: Fictive interaction as narrative strategy in English literary bestsellers and their Spanish and Polish translations. Under review.

 

Xiang, M. & E. Pascual. 2016. Debate with Zhuangzi: Fictive interaction blends in ancient Chinese philosophy. Pragmatics 26(1): 137-162. [Final draft]

 

Jarque, M.J. & E. Pascual. 2015. (by invitation). Direct discourse expressing evidential values in Catalan Sign Language. In J. Martines & V. Miglio (guest eds.). Special issue on ‘Approaches To Evidentiality In Romance’. eHumanista/IVITRA 8: 421-445. 

 

Pascual, E., E. Królak & Th.A.J.M. Janssen. 2013. Direct speech compounds: Evoking socio-cultural scenarios through fictive interactionCognitive Linguistics 24(2): 345-366.

 

Pascual, E. 2008. Text for context, trial for trialogue: An enthnographic study of a fictive interaction blendAnnual Review of Cognitive Linguistics 6: 50-82.

 

Coulson, S. & E. Pascual. 2006. For the sake of argument: Mourning the unborn and reviving the dead through conceptual blendingAnnual Review of Cognitive Linguistics 4: 153-181.

 

Pascual, E. 2006a. Fictive interaction within the sentence: A communicative type of fictivity in grammarCognitive Linguistics 17(2): 245-267. [Final draft]

 

Pascual, E. 2006b. Questions in legal monologues: Fictive interaction as argumentative strategy in a murder trialText & Talk 26(3): 383-402.

 

Pascual, E. 2004 (by invitation). Ph.D. abstract: “Imaginary Trialogues: Conceptual Blending and Fictive Interaction in Criminal Courts.” The International Journal of Speech Language and the Law: Forensic Linguistics 11(1): 169-172.

 

National Journals

Pascual, E. 2010 (by invitation). El concepto de interacción ficticia en español: de la conversación a la gramática  [Fictive interaction: From conversation to grammar].  Dialogía: Revista de lingüística, literatura y cultura 5: 64-98.

 

Foolen, A., I. van Alphen, E. Hoekstra, H. Lammers, H. Mazeland & E. Pascual. 2006. Het quotatieve van: Vorm, functie en sociolinguïstische variatie. Toegepaste Taalwetenschap in Artikelen 76(2): 137-149. [Final draft]

 

Pascual, E. 2004. Triadic questions in court: A case study. Semikolon 4(9): 71-92.

 

Pascual, E. & Th.A.J.M. Janssen. 2004. Zinnen in samenstellingen: presentaties van fictieve verbale interactie. Nederlandse Taalkunde 9(4): 285-310. [Final draft]

 

Book Chapters

 
Pascual, E. & T. Oakley (by invitation). 2017. Fictive interaction. In B. Dancygier (ed.). Cambridge Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 347–360. [Final draft]

 

Oakley, T. & E. Pascual (by invitation). 2017. Conceptual Blending Theory. In B. Dancygier (ed.). Cambridge Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 423–448. [Final draft]

 

Pascual, E. & S. Sandler. 2016. Fictive interaction and the conversation frame: An overview. In E. Pascual & S. Sandler (eds.). The Conversation Frame: Forms and Functions of Fictive Interaction. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 3–22. [Final draft]

 

Dornelas, A., & E. Pascual. 2016. Echolalia as communicative strategy: Fictive interaction in the speech of children with autism. In E. Pascual & S. Sandler (eds.). The Conversation Frame: Forms and Functions of Fictive Interaction. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 343–361. [Final draft]

 

Brandt, L. & E. Pascual. 2016. ‘Say hello to this ad’: The persuasive rhetoric of fictive interaction in marketing. In E. Pascual & S. Sandler (eds.). The Conversation Frame: Forms and Functions of Fictive Interaction. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 303–322. [Final draft]

 

Jarque, M.J. & E. Pascual. 2016. Mixed viewpoints in factive and fictive discourse in Catalan Sign Language narratives. In B. Dancygier, W.-l. Lu & A. Verhagen (eds.). Viewpoint and the Fabric of Meaning: Form and Use of Viewpoint Tools across Languages and Modalities. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, pp. 259-280. [Uncorrected proofs]

 

Pascual, E. [2012] 2016 (2nd ed.). Espacios mentales e integración conceptual. [Mental spaces and conceptual integration] In I. Ibarretxe & J. Valenzuela (eds.). Lingüística Cognitiva [Cognitive Linguistics]. Barcelona: Anthropos.
[Reviews in: Infoling 5.65 2013, Review of Cognitive Linguistics 2014, Études Romanes De Brno 2014]

 

Pascual, E. Forth. Communicative spaces: Context as conceptual configuration. In S. Coulson (ed.). Language in Action. Stanford: CSLI.

 

Pascual, E. 2009. “I was in that room!”: Conceptual integration of content and context in a writer’s vs. a prosecutor’s description of a murder. In V. Evans & S. Pourcel (eds.). New Directions in Cognitive Linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 499-516. [Final draft]

 

Pascual, E. 2008. Fictive interaction blends in everyday life and courtroom settings. In A. Hougaard & T. Oakley (eds.). Mental Spaces in Discourse and Interaction . Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 79-107. [Final draft]

 

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Non-refereed Publications

Books

 

Pascual, E. 2002. Imaginary Trialogues: Conceptual Blending and Fictive Interaction in Criminal Courts. Utrecht: LOT.
[Book notice in: Pragmatics, 13(4): 578-579, 2003 and Infoling: Información global sobre lingüística hispánica [Spanish Linguistics List], April 23, 2007]

 

National Journals

 

Boogaart, R., S. Daalder, J. Noordegraaf & E. Pascual (guest eds.). 2006. Special issue: ‘Tussen semantiek en pragmatiek.’ Voortgang 24, 218 pp. [Reviewed in: Neder-L: 0609.18, 2006]

 

Boogaart, R. & E. Pascual. 2006. “Ik denk eigenlijk dat semantiek en pragmatiek samenvallen”: Een interview met Theo Janssen. Voortgang 24: 9-15. [Final draft]

 

Pascual, E. & C. Versluis. 2006. Verbale demonstratie als strategie van functionele adaptatie bij Broca afasie: Een gevalstudie. Voortgang 24: 169-182. [Final draft]

 

Book Chapters

 

Pascual, E. 2016. Fictieve interactie. In A. Reuneker, R.J.U. Boogaart & S.E. Lensink. Aries Netwerk: Een constructicon. Leiden: Leiden University, 158–160. [Final draft]

 

Pascual, E. & L. Brandt (by invitation). 2015. Embodied fictive interaction metaphors: The primacy of the Conversation Frame in dance discourse. In L. Hogeweg, S. Lestrade & P. de Swart (eds.). Addenda: Artikelen voor Ad Foolen. Nijmegen: Radboud Repository, 321-334. [Final draft]

 

Laraña, E. & E. Pascual. 2002. La construcción social de discursos rivales sobre el riesgo: Modernización y acción colectiva [The social construction of contending discourses on risk issues: Modernization and collective action]. In J.M. Robles (ed.). El Reto de la Participación. Madrid: A. Machado Libros, 23-63.

 

Poblet, M., E. Pascual, A. Roig, J. Comin & P. Casanovas. 2000. La représentation de la pluridimensionalité pragmatique des discours juridiques: Quelques problèmes [The representation of the multidimensional pragmatics of legal discourses: A few problems]. In D. Bourcier, P. Hassett & Ch. Roquilly (eds.). Droit et Intelligence Artificielle: Une Révolution de la Connaissance Juridique. Paris: Romillat, 179-190.

 

Conference Proceedings

 

Pascual, E. 2007. Listening to the evidence: Fictive interaction metaphors as argumentative strategies before the American jury. In M.T. Turell, M. Spassova & J. Cicres (eds.). Proceedings of the 2nd European IAFL Conference on Forensic Linguistics / Language and the Law 2006. Barcelona: IULA, 305-312.

 

Pascual, E. 2003. Interrogatives in the field: The cognitive ethnopragmatics of a murder trial. Proceedings of the 28th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society: 451-462.

 

Pascual, E. 2002. Conversational compressions: Conceptual blending and virtual interaction in phrases. In A. Hougaard & S.N. Lund (eds.). Odense Working Papers in Language and Communication 23(1): 163-180.

 

Pascual, E. 1999. The prosecutor’s final report with and without the Spanish jury: Interrogatives and the dialogics of orality. ICPS Working Papers 161: 1-51.

 

Pascual, E. 1998a. The counsel’s report: A cognitive sociopragmatic analysis of rhetorical questions. In J.L. Cifuentes (ed.). Estudios de Lingüística Cognitiva. Alicante: Quinta Impresión, S.L. Vol. II, 805-816.

 

Pascual, E. 1998b. Wh-questions and mental spaces: A pragmatic account. In I. Guillén & I. Vázquez (eds.). Perspectivas Pragmáticas de Lingüística Aplicada. Zaragoza: Enúbar Ediciones, 75-79.

 


Popular Journals


Janssen, Th.A.J.M. & E. Pascual. 2005. Doe-het-zelfsamenstellingen: De opkomst van zin-woordcombinaties. Onze Taal 74(5): 112-114. [Final draft]

[Review www.kennislink.nl]

 

Just for fun

Het mysterie van taal [The Mystery of Language] (children’s book for Theo Janssen, on his retirement)

 

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