Richard Zimmermann




Zimmermann, Richard (2023) 'An improved test of the constant rate hypothesis: late Modern American English possessive have.' Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 19.3, 323–352.


Zimmermann, Richard (2022) 'A quantitative model of verb–object order in Middle English with special reference to the prose–poetry distinction.' English Language and Linguistics 26.3, 603–620.


Zimmermann, Richard (2021) 'The Loss of Negative Concord with Negative PPs.' In: Vezzosi, Letizia (ed.) Current Issues in Medieval England. Studies in English Medieval Language and Literature, Volume 59. Berlin: Peter Lang, 273-99.


Zimmermann, Richard (2020) 'Testing Causal Associations in Language Change: The Replacement of Subordinating then with when in Middle English.' Journal of Historical Syntax 4.4, 1-59.


Zimmermann, Richard (2019) 'Studying Semantic Chain Shifts with Word2Vec: FOOD>MEAT>FLESH.' Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Computational Approaches to Historical Language Change, 23-28.


Zimmermann, Richard (2017) Formal and Quantitative Approaches to the Study of Syntactic Change: Three Case Studies from the History of English. PhD Dissertation. University of Geneva.


Zimmermann, Richard (2014) Dating Hitherto Undated Early English Texts Based on Text-Internal Criteria. Manuscript. University of Geneva.
Zimmermann, Richard (2014) 'Distributional Differences between Old English Main Clauses with and without a Conjunction.' In: Butt, Miriam & Holloway King, Tracy (eds.) Proceedings of LFG14. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications, 566-585.


Zimmermann, Richard (2013) 'Rule Independence and Rule Conditioning: Grammar Competition in Old English Relative Clauses.' Proceedings of ConSOLE XX Leipzig 2012, 315-332.


Zimmermann, Richard (2012) 'Self as a Non-Postposing Element in Old English.' Generative Grammar in Geneva (GG@G) 8, 39-58.

Copyright © 2020 - 2024