Reenen, prof. dr. P. Th. van (Piet)

Guest Researcher Variationist Linguistics

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Research results

    van der Sijs, N. & van Reenen, P. (2014). Verschuiven de dialectgrenzen? In N. van der Sijs (Ed.), De Kaartenbank: Over taal en cultuur (pp. 81-87). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
    van der Sijs, N. van Reenen, P. & Rem, M. (2013). Dialectgeografie van het Nederlands. In Neerlandistiek in beeld, red.Theo Janssen & Ton van Strien (pp. 211-220). Amsterdam, Münster: Stichting Neerlandistiek VU / Nodus Publikationen.
    Jongkind, A. & van Reenen, P. (2011). The vocalization of /l/ in standard Dutch. In A. Timuska (Ed.), Proceedings of the IVth International Conference of Dialectologists and Geolinguists: University of Latvia Riga, 28 July 2003 (pp. 255-259). Riga: Latvian Language Institute University of Latvia.
    van Reenen, P. (2011). Dialectverschillen. In W. Dingenouts (Ed.), De rest van Nederland, 14e Almanak GHD Groningen: Ubbo Emmius.
    Wattel, E. & van Reenen, P. (2010). Probabilistic maps. In A. Lameli, R. Kehrein, & S. Rabanus (Eds.), The Handbook of Language Mapping (Vol. volume 2). (An International Handbook of Linguistic Variation). Berlijn: De Gruyter Mouton.
    van Reenen, P. & Wattel, E. (2009). The Localization of Medieval Texts of Unknown Provenance. In M. Dossena, & R. Lass (Eds.), Studies in English and European Historical Dialectology (pp. 19-66). Bern: Peter Lang.
    van Reenen, P. (2007). The Hollandish roots of Pella Dutch in Iowa. In J. Salmons, & S. Dubenion-Smith (Eds.), Historical Linguistics 2005, Selected Papers from the 17th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Maddison, Wisconsin, 31 July - 5 August 2005 (pp. 385-401). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins.
    van den Berg, B. L. Goeman, A. C. M. van Reenen, P. & Versloot, A. P. (2006). Dynamic Dialectology in the 21th Century. The Morphology and Phonology of Dutch, Flemish and Frisian Dialects. In A. Timuska (Ed.), Proceedings of the 4th International Congress of Dialectologists and Geolinguists; Riga, July 28 - August 2, 2003 (pp. 62-80). Riga: Latvian Language Institute University of Latvia.