Jenny Audring, Carlos Alexandre Victorio Gonçalves, Juliana Soledade, Natival Simões Neto


Jenny Audring was born in 1977 in Berlin, then capital of the German Democratic Republic. She earned a double MA degree in Linguistics and English from the Free University Berlin in 2003. She then moved to the Netherlands, where she received her PhD at the Free University Amsterdam in 2009. After teaching at various universities throughout the Netherlands she is now permanently affiliated with the University of Leiden. Her main research interests are morphology, the (mental) lexicon, and the complexity and learnability of language. She has special expertise in grammatical gender and construction-based theories of morphology.


Morphology; Construction Morphology; Relational Morphology

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AUDRING, Jenny. 2019. Mothers or sisters? The encoding of morphological knowledge. Word Structure 12(3). 274–296.

CULICOVER, Peter W., Ray Jackendoff & Jenny Audring. 2017. Multiword Constructions in the Grammar. Topics in Cognitive Science 9(3). 552–568.

JACKENDOFF, Ray S. & AUDRING, Jenny. 2016. Morphological schemas. The Mental Lexicon 11. 467–493.

JACKENDOFF, Ray & AUDRING, Jenny. 2019. Relational morphology in the parallel architecture. In Jenny Audring & Francesca Masini (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Morphological Theory, 390–408. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

JACKENDOFF, Ray S. & AUDRING, Jenny. 2020a. The Texture of the Lexicon. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

JACKENDOFF, Ray S. & AUDRING, Jenny. 2020b. Relational Morphology: A Cousin of Construction Grammar. Frontiers in Psychology 11. 2241.



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