Publications in classifier studies

Elisabeth Steinbach-Eicke. 2019. “Taste metaphors in Hieroglyphic Egyptian.” Perception Metaphors, 19, Pp. 145. Publisher's Version
Silvia Zago. 2018. “Classifying the Duat.” Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde, 145, 2, Pp. 205–218.
Stéphane Polis. 2018. “The Functions and Toposyntax of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs. Exploring the Iconicity and Spatiality of Pictorial Graphemes.” Signata. Annales des sémiotiques/Annals of Semiotics, 9, Pp. 291–363.
Jacobus van Dijk. 2017. “The cloaked man determinative.” In The cultural manifestation of religious experience: studies in honour of Boyo G. Ockinga, edited by Camilla Di Biase-Dyson and Leonie Donovan, Pp. 327-337. Munster: Ugarit.
Mark-Jan Nederhof and Fahrurrozi Rahman. 2017. “A probabilistic model of Ancient Egyptian writing.” Journal of Language Modelling, 5, 1, Pp. 131–163.
Selz G. J, C. Grinevald, and O. Goldwasser. 2017. “The Question of Sumerian Determinatives: Inventory, Classifier Analysis, and Comparison to Egyptian Classifiers.” Lingua Aegyptia, 25, Pp. 64 pp.
Felix Relats Montserrat. 2016. “la recherche des sens d'un determinatif (ii): les usages d'un signe D19.” NeHeT, 19, Pp. 77-121.
Yongsheng Chen. 2016. “The prototypical determinatives in Egyptian and Chinese writing.” Scripta, 8, Pp. 101-126.
Gaelle Chantrain. 2016. “Une journe dans le temps et l'espace: quelques remarques lexicales au sujet de hrw et grH.” In Guilhou. Oxford: Liber amicorum - speculum siderum: N?t Astrophoros. Papers presented to Alicia Maravelia, 151. : Archaeopress.
Haili Wang. 2015. “Chinese approaches to Egyptian hieroglyphs: liushu and bushou.” Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenl?ndischen Gesellschaft, 165, 2, Pp. 279-302.
Rune Nyord. 2015. “Cognitive Linguistics.” UCLA Encyclopedia of Egyptology, 1, Pp. 1. Publisher's Version
Eliese-Sophia Lincke. 2015. “The "determinative" is prescribed and yet chosen: a systematic view on Egyptian classifiers.” In Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Egyptologists: University of the Aegean, Rhodes, May 22-29, 2008., edited by P. Kousoulis and N. Lazaridis, Pp. 1425-1434. Leuven: Peeters.
Frank Kammerzell. 2015. “Egyptian Verb Classifiers.” In Proceedings of the Xth International Congress of Egyptologists, Rhodes May 22-29, 2008, edited by P. Kousoulis and N. Lazaridis, Pp. 1395-1416. Leuven: Peeters.
Stephane Polis and Serge Rosmorduc. 2015. “The Hieroglyphic Sign Functions: Suggestions for a Revised Taxonomy.” In Fuzzy boundaries: Festschrift for Antonio Loprieno 1, edited by M. Mueller M. Ronsdorf D. Amstutz, A. Dorn and S. Uljas, Pp. 149-174. Hamburg: Widmaier.
Gaelle Chantrain. 2014. “The Use of Classifiers in the New Kingdom: A Global Reorganization of the Classifiers System?” Lingua Aegyptia, 22, Pp. 39-59.
Yue Hui Ting and Francis Bond. 2012. “Comparing Classifier use in Chinese and Japanese.” In Proceedings of the 26th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information, and Computation, Pp. 264–271.
Eliese-Sophia Lincke and Frank Kammerzell. 2012. “Egyptian Classifiers at the Interface of Lexical � Semantics and Pragmatics.” In Lexical Semantics in Ancient Egyptian., edited by St. Polis Grossman and W. Jean, Pp. 55-112. Hamburg: Widmaier.
Eliese-Sophia Lincke and Silvia Kutscher. 2012. “Motivated sign formation in Hieroglyphic Egyptian and German Sign Language (DGS). Towards a typology of iconic signs in visual linguistic systems.” In Lexical Semantics in Ancient Egyptian, edited by Eitan Grossman, St\´ephane Polis, and Jean Winand, Pp. 113 – 140. Hamburg: Widmaier. Publisher's Version Abstract
In Spoken Egyptian, the form of a linguistic sign is restricted by rules of root structure and consonant compatibility as well as word-formation patterns. Hieroglyphic Egyptian, however, displays additional principles of sign formation. Iconicity is one of the crucial features of a part of its sign inventory. In this article, hieroglyphic iconicity will be investigated by means of a preliminary comparative typology originally developed for German Sign Language (Kutscher 2010). The authors argue that patterns found in Egyptian hieroglyphic sign formation are systematically comparable to patterns of German Sign Language (DGS). These patterns determine what types of lexical meaning can be inferred from iconic linguistic signs.
Orly Goldwasser and Colette Grinevald. 2012. “What Are Determinatives Good For?” In Lexical Semantics in Ancient Egyptian., edited by St. Polis E. Grossman and J. Winand, Pp. 17-53. Hamburg: Widmaier.
Wolfgang Schenkel. 2011. “Wie ikonisch ist die altägyptische Schrift?” Lingua Aegyptia, 19, Pp. 125–153.