Publications

Lg&CreativeMindEdited Volumes

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).

Peer-reviewed Publications

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 Distance. International Journal of Semantic Computing, 10:1, 5-25. [Preprint version of article. 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]

Schüller, Daniel, Christian Beecks, Marwan Hassani, Jennifer Hinnell, Bela Brenger, Thomas Seidl, and Irene Mittelberg. 2016. Automated Pattern Analysis in Gesture Research: Similarity Measuring in 3D Motion Capture Models of Communicative Action. Digital Humanities Quarterly (forthcoming).

Taboada, Maite, Marta Carratero, and 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, pp.127-161.

Working Papers and Conference Proceedings

Hinnell, Jennifer. 2013. Corpus creation using blogs: investigating [be done X] in Canadian English. University of Washington Working Papers in Linguistics 2012, pp.1–17. 

Han, Chung-hye, Noureddine Elouazizi, Christina Galeano, Emrah Görgülü, Nancy Hedberg, Jennifer Hinnell, Meghan Jeffrey, Kyeong-min Kim, and Susannah Kirby. 2013. Processing Strategies and Resumptive Pronouns in English. Proceedings of the 30th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics, pp.153–161.

Hinnell, Jennifer. 2011. Language Use in Nunavut. Working Papers of the Linguistics Circle of the University of Victoria 21, pp.170–178.

Invited Publications

Hinnell, Jennifer. 2001. Postmoderne Intertextualität in Patrick Süskinds Das Parfum. Footprints: Eine Fest- und Losschrift. University of Victoria, pp.76–87.

Conference Presentations

Hinnell, Jennifer and Sally Rice. “On the one hand… ”: Opposition and optionality in the embodied marking of stance in North American English. 7th Conference of the International Society for Gesture Studies. Paris. July 18-22, 2016.

Beecks, Christian, Marwan Hassani, Jennifer Hinnell, Daniel Schüller, Bela Brenger, Irene Mittelberg, and Thomas Seidl. Spatiotemporal Similarity Search in 3D Motion Capture Gesture Streams. International Symposium on Spatial and Temporal Databases. Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong. Aug 26-28, 2015.

Mittelberg, Irene, Jennifer Hinnell, Christian Beecks, Marwan Hassani, Thomas Seidl Emergent grammar in gesture: A motion-capture analysis of image-schematic aspectual contours in North American English speaker-gesturers. International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. July 20-25, 2015.

Rice, Sally, and Jennifer Hinnell. Head, shoulders, knees, and toes: The partitioning of the body in the embodied marking of stance. International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. July 20-25, 2015.

Schüller, Daniel, Christian Beecks, Marwan Hassani, Jennifer Hinnell, Bela Brenger, Thomas Seidl and Irene Mittelberg. Automated Pattern Analysis in Gesture Research: Similarity Measuring in 3D Motion Capture Models of Communicative Action. Göttingen Dialog in Digital Humanities, Göttingen, Germany. June 23, 2015.

Hinnell, Jennifer, and Irene Mittelberg. Image schemas as a mapping tool for aspectual contours in co-speech gesture. Mapping Multimodal Dialogue (MaMuD 2), Leuven, Belgium, Nov 21-22, 2014.

Hinnell, Jennifer, Christian Beecks, Marwan. Hassani, Thomas Seidl, and Irene Mittelberg. Multimodal constructions: A quantitative image-schema analysis of aspect-marking gestures. Conceptual Structure, Discourse and Language (CSDL), Santa Barbara, USA, Nov 4-6, 2014.

Hinnell, Jennifer. Honestly, Clearly and Certainly: The case for an English peripheral stance construction. Conceptual Structure, Discourse and Language (CSDL), Santa Barbara, USA, Nov 4-6, 2014.

Hinnell, Jennifer. Multimodal aspectual constructions in North American English: A corpus analysis of aspect in co-speech gesture using Little Red Hen. International Society of Gesture Studies (ISGS), San Diego, USA, July 8-11, 2014.

Rice, Sally, and Jennifer Hinnell. Inflection-specific gestural constructions in English: The case of the catenative auxiliary. International Society of Gesture Studies (ISGS), San Diego, USA, July 8-11, 2014.

Hinnell, Jennifer. Gestural iconicity in quantitative measures: a corpus study of English periphrastic auxiliaries. Mapping Multimodal Dialogue (MaMuD), Aachen, Germany, November 22, 2013.

Hinnell, Jennifer. TAM and Gesture in North American English. Paper presented at the International Cognitive Linguistics Conference (ICLC), Edmonton, Canada, June 2013.

Hinnell, Jennifer and Kristina Geeraert. [be done X] in Canadian English: Using Statistical Methods to Analyze Constructions. International Cognitive Linguistics Conference (ICLC), Edmonton, June 2013

Hinnell, Jennifer. Aspect marking and co-speech gesture: a multi-modal corpus study. Association Francaise de Linguistique Cognitive (AFLiCo), Lille, France, May 2013.

Hinnell, Jennifer. Corpus creation using blogs: investigating the [be done X] construction in Canadian English. American Association for Corpus Linguistics (AACL), San Diego, January 2013.

Hinnell, Jennifer. “Are you done your homework?”: A Construction Account of be done + NP. Conceptual Structure, Discourse and Language (CSDL), Vancouver, BC, May 17–20.

Han, Chung-Hye, Nancy Hedberg, Jennifer Hinnell, et al. Processing Strategies and Resumptive Pronouns in English. West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics, Santa Cruz, California, April 13–15, 2012.

Hinnell, Jennifer. Corpus Creation Using Blogs: Investigating [be done X] in Canadian English. Northwest Linguistics Conference, Seattle, Washington, April 7–8, 2012.

Han, Chung-hye, Nancy Hedberg, Jennifer Hinnell, et al. Subject-object asymmetry in English resumption. Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Portland, OR, January 5–8, 2012.

Hinnell, Jennifer. Language use in Nunavut: a view from the World Englishes paradigm. Northwest Linguistics Conference, Victoria, BC, February 2011.

Invited Talks and Workshops

“Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes: Multimodal Communication and the Role of the Body”. Presentation to Leonardo Module, Natural Media of Human Communication, RWTH University Aachen, Aachen, Germany. April 26, 2016.

“Language and the Role of the Body”. Forschungskolloquium (research seminar), RWTH Aachen, Aachen Germany, April 27, 2016.

“The multimodal expression of grammatical concepts in North American English”. Presentation to Berkeley Gesture and Multimodality Group, University of California at Berkeley. May 12, 2014.

“Gesture and Aspect: The multimodal expression of concatenative aspectual constructions”. Presentation to Natural Media Lab, RWTH University, Aachen, Germany. May 20, 2014.

“The gestural representation of aspect in North American English: a multimodal corpus study”. Talk in speaker series “Dynamic Multimodal Communication”, at European-University Viadrina, Frankfurt an der Oder, Germany. November 19, 2013.

“Quantitative analysis of multimodal data: A methods workshop”. Workshop given for Viadrina Gesture Centre, European-University Viadrina, Frankfurt an der Oder, Germany. November 20, 2013.

“Quantifying gesture research”. Workshop given for Natural Media Lab, RWTH Aachen, Germany. November 27, 2013.

“The Little Red Hen Corpus: using and annotating multimodal data”. Guest lecture for Language Documentation and Research Cluster, University of Alberta. October 18, 2013.

“A lexicon-based approach to sentiment analysis” (with Milan Tofilofski). Guest lecture for Interdisciplinary Research in the Mathematical and Computational Sciences (IRMACS) Centre, Simon Fraser University, October 28, 2011.