|Questions about Language (Routledge, 2020)||Cleft Constructions in Spoken English (VDM Verlag, 2008)|
BOOK: Andreea Calude and Laurie Bauer. (2021). Mysteries of English Grammar, London: Routledge.
Andreea Calude and Alex D'Arcy. (In prep). Kiwi as - the [ADJ + as] intensifier construction in Māori English conversation
Andreea Calude. (2021). The history of number words in the world's languages: What have we learnt so far? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B(iology) Special Issue on the Prehistory of Languages, edited by Antonio Benitez-Burraco and Ljiljana Progovac.
EDITED BOOK: Laurie Bauer and Andreea Calude. (2020). Questions about Language:
What Everyone Should Know About Language in the 21st Century, London: Routledge.
Andreea Calude and Gerry Delahunty. (2020). 'Just Because' Constructions in Spoken and Written New Zealand English. Journal of Linguistics and Language Teaching, (10 Year Anniversary Issue), Vol 11(1): 29-52. [PDF]
Jim Miller and Andreea Calude. (2020). Spoken and Written Language chapter in Handbook of English Linguistics. Second edition, pp. 549-568, edited by Bas Aarts and April McMahon (Blackwell/Wiley Press).
David Trye, Andreea Calude, Felipe Bravo-Marquez and Te Taka Keegan. (2020) Hybrid Hashtags - #YouKnowYoureAKiwiWhen your Tweet contains Māori and English. Frontiers Special Issue on Computational Sociolinguistics. doi.org/10.3389/frai.2020.00015. [PDF]
Andreea Calude, Steven Miller, Sally Harper and Hēmi Whaanga. (2019). Detecting language change: Māori loanwords in a diachronic topic-constrained corpus of New Zealand English newspapers.
Asia and Pacific Variation Journal, Vol 5(2): 109-137.
Eline Zenner, Laura Rosseel and Andreea Calude. (2019). The social meaning potential of loanwords: Empirical explorations of lexical borrowing as expression of (social) identity. Ampersand, Vol 6, doi.org/10.1016/j.amper.2019.100055. [PDF]
Katherine Levendis and Andreea Calude. (2019). Flagging loanwords and what they can tell us - a case-study from New Zealand English. Ampersand, Vol 6, doi.org/10.1016/j.amper.2019.100056. [PDF]
König, Jemma, Andreea Calude and Averil Coxhead. (2019). Using n-grams to automatically generate good pseudo-words and how to evaluate them. Applied Linguistics, Vol 41(6): 878-900, doi.org/10.1093/applin/amz045.
Andreea Calude and Suzanne Kemmer. (2019) Special Issue in honour of Frank Lichtenberk, Te Reo - the Journal of the Linguistics Society of NZ., 61(1). [PDF]
Andreea Calude. (2019). A corpus linguistics analysis of the Indirect Middle Construction in Romanian - just how peripheral is it? Te Reo - Special Issue in Honour of Frank Lichtenberk, 62(1): 130-154. [PDF]
Andreea Calude, Louise Stevenson, Hēmi Whaanga and Te Taka Keegan. (2019) Loanwords in Digital Discourse: Māori Loanwords in National Science Challenge websites. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand. doi.org/10.1080/03036758.2019.1662818. [PDF]
David Trye, Felipe Bravo-Marquez, Andreea Calude and Te Taka Keegan. (2019) Māori Loanwords: a Corpus of New Zealand English Tweets. Proceedings of the 57th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) pp. 136-142. [PDF]
Mark Pagel, Mark Beaumont, Andrew Meade, Annemarie Verkerk and Andreea Calude. (2019). Dominant words rise to the top by positive frequency-dependent selection Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1816994116. [PDF]
Andreea Calude. (2018). Around the World in a Loanword Babel Mag Issue 23: 10-16, May 2018.
Andreea Calude. (2018). The use of heaps as quantifier and intensifier in New Zealand English. English Language and Linguistics First view: 11 December 2017. Click here to download a copy of the data used for this paper. See media coverage of this project on TVNZ (TV3), Radio NZ , NZ Herald.
Andreea Calude, Mark Pagel and Steven Miller. (2017). Modelling borrowing success - a quantitative study of Māori loanwords in New Zealand English.
Corpus Linguistics and Linguistics Theory, to appear in Vol 15, Issue 2, in early 2018. [open source]
Andreea Calude. (2017). Sociolinguistic Variation at the Grammatical/Discourse Level: Demonstrative Clefts in Spoken British English. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 22(3): 429-455.
Andreea Calude. (2017). Testing the boundaries of the middle voice: Observations from English and Romanian. Cognitive Linguistics, 28(4): 599-630.
Andreea Calude and Annemarie Verkerk. (2016). How to
build the Number Line in Indo-European - a Phylogenetic Study. Journal of Language Evolution [open source doi: lzw003].
Jeanine Treffers-Daller and Andreea Calude. (2015). The
role of statistical learning in the acquisition of motion event construal in a second language. International Journal of Bilingual Education and
Bilingualism 18(5): 602-623.
Martin Haspelmath, Andreea Calude, Michael Spagnol, Heiko Narrog and Elif Bamyaci. (2014). Coding
causal-noncausal verb alternations: a form-frequency correspondence explanation. Journal of Linguistics 50(3): 587-625.
Andreea Calude and Mark Pagel. (2014). Frequency of Use and Basic Vocabulary. In Pütz, Martin and Filipović, Luna (eds.) Multilingual Cognition and Language Use: Processing and Typological Perspectives pp. 45-72. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Alexander Onysko and Andreea Calude. (2014). Comparing the usage of Māori loans in spoken and written New Zealand English: A case study of Māori, Pākeha, and Kiwi. In Zenner, Eline and Gitte Kristiansen (eds.). New Perspectives on Lexical Borrowing. pp. 45-72. Berlin, New York: De Gruyter.
Esme Winter-Froemel, Alexander Onysko and Andreea Calude. (2014). Why some non-catachrestic borrowings are more successful than others: a case study of English loans in German, In A Koll-Stobbe and S Knospe (eds.). Language Contact in Times of Globalization. pp. 119-144. Frankfurt am Main: Lang.
Mark Pagel, Quentin Atkinson, Andreea Calude and Andrew Meade. (2013). Reply to Mahowald and Gibson and to Heggarty: No problems
with short words, and no evidence provided. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (35): E3254.
Mark Pagel, Quentin Atkinson, Andreea Calude and Andrew Meade. (2013). Ultra-conserved words point to deep language ancestry across Eurasia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (21): 8471-8476. See media profile in Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, and The Washington Post. I was interviewed on National Radio about it on 13 May 2013 at 14:10.
Mark Pagel, Eric Atlschuler, Andreea Calude and Andrew Meade. (2013). Linguistic Evidence supports date for Homeric Epics. BioEssays 53(5): 417-420. See media profile in Scientific American and in History of the Ancient World.
Andreea Calude and Gerald Delahunty. (2012). Inferentials: fixed or not? Token Volume 1: 59-82.
Andreea Calude and Paul James. (2011). A Diachronic Corpus of New Zealand Newspapers. New Zealand English Journal 25: 1-14.
Andreea Calude and Gerald Delahunty, Gerald. (2011). Inferentials in Spoken English. Pragmatics 21(3): 307-340.
Andreea Calude. (2011). The Science of Numbers: does Language Help or Hinder? (in a special issue in the Honour of Prof. Roy Harris) Language Sciences 33(4): 562-568.
Andreea Calude and Mark Pagel. (2011). How do we use language? Shared patterns in the frequency of word-use across seventeen World languages. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 366: 1101-1107. This article is also printed in the book "Culture Evolves", Oxford University Press.
Solomon Marcus and Andreea Calude . (2010). Syntactic Iconicity: With and Beyond Its Accepted Principles. Revue Roumaine de Linguistique 4: 19-44. [giving
me Erdös number 2.]
Andreea Calude and Steven Miller. (2010). Are Clefts Contagious in Conversation? English Language and Linguistics 13: 127-132.
Andreea Calude. (2009). Formulaic Tendencies of Demonstrative Clefts in Spoken English. In R. Corrigan, E.A. Moravcsik, H. Quali and K.M. Wheatley
(eds.) Formulaic Language: Volume 1. Distribution and Historical
Change. pp. 55-76. Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Andreea Calude. (2008). Cleft Constructions in Spoken English, Berlin: VDM Verlag.
Andreea Calude. (2008). Clefting and Extraposition in English. ICAME - International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English Journal 32: 7-33.
Andreea Calude. (2008). Demonstrative Clefts and Double Cleft Constructions in Spoken English. Studia Linguistica 62(1): 78-118.
Andreea Calude. (2007). Light
and heavy reflexive marking: the Middle Domain in Romanian. Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics 5: 239-269.
Andreea Calude. (2005). Reflexive-Middle and Reciprocal-Middle Continua in Romanian,
(Peer-reviewed) Proceedings of the 2004 Conference of the Australian Linguistics Society, July 13-15, archived at
University of Sydney.
Andreea Calude. (2004). Machine Translation of Various Text Genres. Te Reo; the New
Zealand Linguistic Society Journal 46: 67-94.
Andreea Calude. (2001). Romanian Clitics: Siding with the French or
the Serbo-Croatian? Revue Roumaine de Linguistique 1-4: 91-105.
Andreea Calude. (2001). The Journey of the Four Colour Theorem Through Time. The New Zealand Mathematics Magazine 38(3): 1-10.
|2020||Review of Vyvyan Evans's "The Crucible of Language: How language and mind create meaning" in Australian Journal of Linguistics , Volume 41.|
|2017||Review of Natalia Levshina's "How to Do Linguistics With R: Data Exploration and Statistical Analysis" in Journal of Research Design and Statistics in Linguistics and Communication Science, 3(2): 286-272.|
|2016||Review of Beatriz Tizon-Couto's "Clausal Complements in Native and Learner Spoken English: A Corpus-Based Study with LINDSEI and VICOLSE" in The Australian Journal of Linguistics.|
|2015||Review of Stacey Katz Bourns and Lindsy L. Myers's "Perspectives on Linguistic Structure and Context" in The Australian Journal of Linguistics. DOI: 10.1080/07268602.2015.1084906.|
|2011||Review of Jim Miller's book "A Critical Introduction to Syntax" (Continuum) in The Australian Journal of Linguistics. 31(3): 519-530.|
|2010||Review of David Crystal's book "Just a Phrase I am Going Through: My Life in Language" (Routledge) in The Australian Journal of Linguistics. 30(3): 367-369.|
|2010||Review of Nicole Dehé and Yordanka Kavalova's book "Parentheticals" (John Benjamins) in Studies in Language. 34(1): 205-211.|
|2010||Review of Kathleen Ahrens's (ed.) book "Politics, Gender, and Conceptual Metaphors" (Palgrave) for the International Cognitive Linguistics Association.|
|2009||Pondering God and Grammar, review of Dan Everett's "Don't Sleep, There are Snakes - Life and Language in the Amazonian Jungle", in Science. 323(23): 463.|
|2008||Review of Wallace Chafe's "The Importance of Not Being Earnest", for the Linguist List 19.3677, 01 Dec.|
|2002||A beautiful mind, review of John Casti's "Mathematical Mountaintops", in The New Zealand Listener. 183 (May 18-24).|