Jack Hoeksema

Professor
Department of Dutch Language and Culture
University of Groningen
E-mail: j.hoeksema@rug.nl
Page: http://www.let.rug.nl/hoeksema/

Fields of interest:

Morphology, semantics, historical linguistics

Recent publications:

J. Hoeksema,
Polarity items in Strawsonian contexts – A comparison.
Beyond ‘Any’ and ‘Ever’: New Explorations in Negative Polarity Sensitivity, (ed.) E. Csipak, R. Eckardt, M. Liu, M. Sailer, Berlin: De Gruyter-Mouton, 2013, pp. 47-78.

J. Hoeksema,
On the natural history of negative polarity items.
Linguistic Analysis, 38(1-2/ 2012), pp. 3-33.

J. Hoeksema, M. Sailer,
Literal and nonliteral meaning in placename idioms.
Yearbook of Phraseology, (3/ 2012), pp. 127-142.

J. Hoeksema,
Discourse scalarity: the case of Dutch helemaal.
Journal of Pragmatics, 43(11/ 2011), pp. 2810-2825.

J. Hoeksema,
Negative and Positive Polarity Items: An Investigation of the Interplay of Lexical Meaning and Global Conditions on Expression.
The Expression of Negation, (ed.) L. R. Horn, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter 2010, pp. 187-224.

J. Hoeksema,
The swarm alternation revisited.
Theory and Evidence in Semantics, (ed.) E. Hinrichs, J. Nerbonne, Stanford: CSLI 2009, pp. 53-80.

J. Hoeksema,
Jespersen Recycled
Cyclical Change,
(ed.) E. van Gelderen, Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins 2009, pp. 15-34.