Publicaties

Te verschijnen:

• Cornips, Leonie. 2018. Bilingual child acquisition through the lens of sociolinguistic approaches. Bilingual Cognition and Language. The state of the science across its subfields. SiBil – Studies in Bilingualism. David Miller, Fatih Bayram, Jason Rothman & Ludovica Serratrice: 15-36.
• Cornips, Leonie and Vincent de Rooij (eds.). 2018. The Sociolinguistics of Place and Belonging. Perspectives from the Margins. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
• Auer, Peter and Leonie Cornips. 2018. Cité Duits: A polyethnic miners’ variety. In Cornips, Leonie & Vincent de Rooij (eds.) The Sociolinguistics of Place and Belonging Perspectives from the Margins. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 57-90.
• Cornips, Leonie and Vincent de Rooij. 2018. Introduction: Belonging through linguistic place-making in center-periphery constellations. In Cornips, Leonie & Vincent de Rooij (eds.) The Sociolinguistics of Place and Belonging Perspectives from the Margins. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.1-16.
• Blom, E, L. Cornips and J. Schaeffer (eds.). 2017. Cross–linguistic influence in bilingualism. Festschrift for Aafke Hulk. SiBiL Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
• Blom, E, L. Cornips and J. Schaeffer. 2017. Cross–linguistic influence in bilingualism. In Blom, E, L. Cornips and J. Schaeffer (eds.). 2017. Cross–linguistic influence in bilingualism. Festschrift for Aafke Hulk. SiBiL Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
• Cornips, Leonie and Frans Gregersen. 2017. Comparative studies of variation in grammatical gender in the Danish and Dutch DP: Problems and issues. In Blom, E, L. Cornips and J. Schaeffer (eds.). Cross–linguistic influence in bilingualism. Festschrift for Aafke Hulk. SiBiL Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
• Cornips, Leonie. Local identity construction in Dutch Limburg through dialect forms, use and popular culture. In Bojan Belić, Motoki Nomachi, Dieter Stern (eds.). LINGUISTIC REGIONALISM IN EASTERN EUROPE AND BEYOND: Minority, Regional and Microliterary Languages. In memoriam Jiří Marvan. [Studies on Language and Culture in Central and Eastern Europe] Leipzig: Biblion Media.
• Cornips, Leonie. The sociolinguistic monitor: About the predictability of social stratification of syntactic variants. In Tanya Christensen and Torben Juel Jensen (eds.). Explanations in Sociosyntax: Dialogue across Paradigms (eds.). Cambridge: CUP.
• Cornips Leonie. Social meanings of the north-south divides in the Netherlands and Limburg and their linkage to standard Dutch and dialect varieties. In Betsy E. Evans, Erica Benson, James Stanford (eds.). Language Variation and Change: Regard and Contact. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
• Leonie Cornips and Ad Knotter. Inventing Limburg (the Netherlands): territory, history, language and identity.  In Christen, Helen, Gilles, Peter, Purschke, Christoph (Hrsg.): Räume, Grenzen, Übergänge. Akten des 5. Kongresses der Internationalen Gesellschaft für Dialektologie des Deutschen. IDGG-Haubptband Luxemburg. ZDL Beihefte. Stuttgart: Steiner.
• Jongbloed-Faber, Lysbeth, Jolie de Loo and Leonie Cornips (2017). Local language on Twitter: a comparative study between Frisian and Limburgish. Dutch Journal of Applied Linguistics 6 (2):174–196.
• Peter Auer en Leonie Cornips. Cité Duits – een multi-etnische mijnwerkerstaal in Eisden-Tuinwijk (Belgisch-Limburg). Studies over de Sociaal-Economische Geschiedenis van Limburg/Jaarboek van het Sociaal Historisch Centrum voor Limburg.

In Voorbereiding:
• Pieter Muysken and Leonie Cornips (Eds.) International Journal for the Sociology of Language, theme issue Langue in the Mines.
• Cornips, Leonie and Vincent de Rooij. Katanga Swahili and Heerlen Dutch: A sociohistorical and linguistic comparison of contact varieties in mining regions. In Cornips, L and P. Muysken. International Journal for the Sociology of Language, theme issue Langue in the Mines.

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Recent verschenen:

• Cornips, Leonie en Vincent de Rooij. 2017. ‘Straattaal 1997-2017’. Vaktaal 3:14-15.
• Elma Blom, Tessel Boerma, Evelyn Bosma, Leonie Cornips, Emma Everaert. 2017. Cognitive advantages of bilingual children in different sociolinguistic contexts. Frontiers in Psychology: Cognition. 8:552, 1-12.
• Francot, R.J., Kirsten van den Heuij, Elma Blom, Wilbert Heeringa and Leonie Cornips. 2017. Inter-individual variation among young children growing up in a bidialectal community: The acquisition of dialect and standard Dutch vocabulary. In: Studies in Language Variation. Isabelle Buchstaller and Beat Siebenhaar (eds.)  19, pp. 85–98.
• Jan D. ten Thije, Charlotte Gooskens, Frans Daems, Leonie Cornips and Mieke Smits (2017). Lingua receptiva: Position paper on the European Commission’s Skills Agenda. European Journal of Applied Linguistics, 5(1), pp. 141-146.
• Cornips, Leonie. Child acquisition of sociolinguistic variation: adults, children and (regional) standard Dutch two-verb clusters in one community. In De Vogelaer, Gunther and Matthias Katerbow (eds.). Acquiring sociolinguistic variation. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. p .91-116.
• Cornips, Leonie, Vincent de Rooij and Irene Stengs. Carnivalesque language use and the construction of local identities. A plea for languageculture as a field of research. Jahrbuch für Europäische Ethnologie. Die Niederlande. 3:61-90.
• Cornips, Leonie, Vincent de Rooij and Dick Smakman. The Randstad area in The Netherlands. Emergent and fluid identity-locality production through language in use. In Dick Smakman and Patrick Heine (eds). Urban Sociolinguistics: The city as a linguistic process and experience. London: Routledge. pp. 162-180.
• Cornips, Leonie. 2017. Regionale identiteitsconstructie en taalvariatie op sociale media. Limburg als casus. In Taalvariatie en sociale media (red). Veronique De Tier, Ton van de Wijngaard & Anne-Sophie Ghyselen. Stichting Nederlandse Dialecten. 8-19.

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