Hinnell, Jennifer, and Fey Parrill. (2020). Gesture influences resolution of ambiguous statements of neutral and moral preferences. Frontiers in Psychology – Cognition.  doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2020.587129

Hinnell, Jennifer. (2019).  The verbal-kinesic enactment of CONTRAST in North American English. The American Journal of Semiotics, 35(1-2): 55-92. [Download PREPRINT]

Hinnell, Jennifer. (2018). The multimodal marking of aspect: The case of five periphrastic auxiliary constructions in North American English. Cognitive Linguistics 29(4): 773-806. [Download PREPRINT]

Schüller, Daniel, Christian Beecks, Marwan Hassan, Jennifer Hinnell, Bela Brenger, Thomas Seidl, and Irene Mittelberg. (2017). Automated Pattern Analysis in Gesture Research: Similarity Measuring in 3D Motion Capture Models of Communicative Action. Digital Humanities Quarterly, 11(2): 1-14.

Beecks, Christian, Marwan Hassani, Bela Brenger, Jennifer Hinnell, Daniel Schüller, Irene Mittelberg, and Thomas Seidl. (2016). Efficient Query Processing in 3D Motion Capture Gesture Databases via the Gesture Matching DistanceInternational Journal of Semantic Computing, 10(1): 5-25.

[PREPRINT . Note, this is a preprint of an article published in IJSC 10:1, 5-25, DOI© copyright World Scientific Publishing Company, International Journal of Semantic Computing]

Beecks, Christian., Marwan Hassani, Jennifer Hinnell, Daniel Schüller, Bela Brenger, Irene Mittelberg, & Thomas Seidl (2015). Spatiotemporal similarity search in 3d motion capture gesture streams, in Proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on Spatial and Temporal Databases, 2015, pp. 355–372.

Taboada, Maite, Marta Carratero, & Jennifer Hinnell. (2014). Loving and hating in the movies in English, German and Spanish. In Genre- and Register-related Discourse Features in Contrast, by Lefer, Marie-Aude and Svetlana Vogeleer (eds.). Languages in Contrast 14(1): 127-161.

Hinnell, Jennifer (2013). Corpus creation using blogs: Investigating [be done X] in Canadian English. University of Washington Working Papers in Linguistics, 29: 1-17.

Han, Chung-Hye, Nour Elouazizi, Christina Galeano, Emrah Görgülü, Nancy Hedberg, Jennifer Hinnell, … & Susannah Kirby (2012). Processing strategies and resumptive pronouns in English. Proceedings of the 30th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics, 30: 153-161.

Hinnell, Jennifer (2011). Language use in Nunavut: A view from the World Englishes paradigm. Working Papers of the Linguistics Circle of the University of Victoria,21(1): 170-178.

Edited Books

Borkent, Mike, Barbara Dancygier and Jennifer Hinnell, eds. (2013). Language and the Creative Mind. Stanford: Center for the Study of Language and Information, University of Stanford (CSLI Press).
[Introduction: New Directions in Cognitive Linguistics]

Book chapters & other invited contributions

Taboada, Maite, Marta Carratero, & Jennifer Hinnell (2016). Loving and hating in the movies in English, German and Spanish. In M.A. Lefer & S. Vogeleer (Eds.), Genre- and Register-related Discourse Features in Contrast. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. 127-161. (Reprint of Taboada et al., 2014).

Hinnell, Jennifer (2001). Postmoderne Intertextualität in Patrick Süskinds “Das Parfum”. In W. E. Riedel & R. Symington (Eds.), Footprints: Eine Fest- und Losschrift für Michael Hadley und Johannes Maczewski von der University of Victoria in Kanada, pp. 76-87. Victoria: Dept of Germanic Studies, U of Victoria

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