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Name: Mario  Brdar
Institution: University of Osijek
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State and/or Country: NA
Linguistic Field(s): Language Documentation
Cognitive Science
Subject Language(s): English
Selected Publications: Brdar, Mario (1994). “Object-assignment in a Functional Grammar of Croatian revisited.” Engberg-Pedersen, Lisbeth et al, eds. Function and Expression in Functional Grammar. Berlin - New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 109-126.
Brdar, Mario (1997). “On going productive in syntax (and elsewhere).” Studia Romanica et Anglica Zagrabiensia 42: 61-69.
Brdar, Mario (2000). “Metonymy as a motivating factor in the system of adjective complementation in English.” Suvremena lingvistika 25.1-2 (49-50): 41-55.
Brdar, Mario, Rita Brdar-Szabó (1993). “Functional Grammar and Prototype Theory: A Case Study from English, German, Croatian and Hungarian.” Working Papers in Functional Grammar 51. Amsterdam.
Brdar, Mario, Rita Brdar Szabó (1997). “Towards a functional approach to infinitival complements: control obviation strategies between syntax, semantics, pragmatics and discourse.” Butler, Chris et al, eds. A Fund of Ideas. Recent Developments in Functional Grammar. Amsterdam: IFOTT, 157-170.
Brdar, Mario, Rita Brdar-Szabó (2003). “Metonymic coding of linguistic action in English, Croatian and Hungarian.” Panther, Klaus-Uwe, Linda L. Thornburg, eds. Metonymy and Pragmatic Inferencing. Amsterdam - Philadelphia: Benjamins, 241-266.
Brdar-Szabó, Rita, Mario Brdar (1993). “Synonymie und Interlinguistik.” IRAL. International Review of Applied Linguistics 31.4: 323-329.
Brdar-Szabó, Rita, Mario Brdar (2000). “Grammaticalization and the lexicon: Core-and-periphery model vs. prototype approach.” Mangasser-Wahl, Martina, Hrsg. Prototypentheorie in der Linguistik. Tübingen: Stauffenburg Verlag, 139-159.
Brdar-Szabó, Rita, Mario Brdar (2002a). “Manner-for-activity metonymy in a cross-linguistic perspective.” Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk, Barbara, Kamila Turewicz, eds. Cognitive Linguistics Today. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 225-246.
Brdar-Szabó, Rita, Mario Brdar (2003a). “Referential metonymy across languages: What can cognitive linguistics and contrastive linguistics learn from each other?” International Journal of English Studies 3.2: 85-105.
Brdar-Szabó, Rita, Mario Brdar (2003b). “The MANNER FOR ACTIVITY metonymy across domains and languages.” Jezikoslovlje 4.1: 43-69.
Brdar-Szabó, Rita, Mario Brdar (2004a). “Predicative adjectives and grammatical-relational polysemy: The role of metonymic processes in motivating cross-linguistic differences.” Radden, Günter, Klaus-Uwe Panther, eds. Studies in Linguistic Motivation. Berlin – New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 321-355.
Brdar-Szabó, Rita, Mario Brdar (2004b). “On metonymic profiling in alternate construal of complex event chains in verbal idioms.” Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk, Barbara, Alina Kwiatkowska, eds. Imagery in Language. Festschrift in Honour of Professor Ronald W. Langacker. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 247-258.
Brdar-Szabó, Rita, Mario Brdar (2004c). “Book notice on: Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez, Francisco José (1999). Introducción a la teoría cognitiva de la metonimia.” Language 80.4: 881-882.
Announced on LINGUIST :  Cognitive Approaches to English
 Cognitive Approaches to English
 Cognitive Linguistics
 Cognitive Linguistics between Universality and Variation
Reviewed on LINGUIST :  Cognitive Linguistics
Courses Taught: Introduction to Cognitive Linguistics
Lexical semantics
Word formation in the present-day English language
English clausal syntax

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