Entevista - Adele E. Goldberg

Diogo Pinheiro


One way to introduce Adele E. Goldberg is to simply say that she is a professor of psychology at Princeton University, who took her Ph.D. at the University of California, Berkeley, under the supervision of cognitive linguistics “founding father” George Lakoff. That would be terribly unfair, though, since her own work has been hugely influential in the felds of construction grammar and
cognitive linguistics for the last two decades or so. To be sure, professor Goldberg's early work, which culminated in her 1995 book Constructions, not only extended construction grammar beyond idioms (and into so-called “core grammar”), but also inspired a great many researchers and students
around the world to pursue constructionist analyse.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31513/linguistica.2016.v1n1a5436


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