Short biographical information:
Mark Dingemanse is a research staff member at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics. His interests include the structure of social interaction and the role of iconicity in communication. His research combines primary fieldwork on Siwu in Ghana with collaborative and comparative work on on a range of different languages.
List of publications
M. Dingemanse, S. Floyd
Conversation across cultures.
In N. J. Enfield, P. Kockelman, & J. Sidnell (Eds.), The Cambridge handbook of linguistic anthropology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2014.
M. Dingemanse, J. Blythe, T. Dirksmeyer
Formats for other-initiation of repair across languages: An exercise in pragmatic typology.
Studies in Language, 38 (2014), 5-43.
M. Dingemanse, F. Torreira, N. J. Enfield
Is “Huh?” a universal word? Conversational infrastructure and the convergent evolution of linguistic items.
PLoS One, 8(11/ 2013): e78273.
Ideophones and gesture in everyday speech.
Gesture, 13 (2013), 143-165.
Advances in the cross-linguistic study of ideophones.
Language and Linguistics Compass, 6 (2012), 654-672.