Monographs and publications
2018 Beate Hampe & Susanne Flach (eds.), Corpus. Constructions. Cognition. Special Issue of Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association (GCLA-6), Boston & Berlin: de Gruyter Mouton
2017 Hampe, Beate (ed.), Metaphor. Embodied Cognition & Discourse. Cambridge, etc.: Cambridge University Press
[Review by Terese Thonus in: Metaphor and the Social World 9:1 (2019), 139-146]
2005 Hampe, Beate (ed., in Cooperation with Joseph E. Grady). From Perception to Meaning: Image Schemas in Cognitive Linguistics. Cognitive Linguistic Research 29. Berlin/New York, Mouton de Gruyter.
2002 Hampe, Beate. Superlative Verbs. A corpus-based study of semantic redundancy in English verb-particle constructions. Tübingen, Gunter Narr Verlag.
[Review by Christoph Schubert in: Anglia 123:1(2005), 109-114]
Articles and Reviews
I share my papers at academia.edu and ResearchGate.
2022. Between embodiment and usage: Conventionalized figurative expressions and the notion of 'idiom set'. In: Herbert Colston, Teenie Matlock & Gerard Steen (eds.), Dynamism in Metaphor and Beyond (pp. 157-190), Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins
2018 (with Susanne Flach) Corpora. Constructions. Cognition. Editorial. In Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association (GCLA-6, Special Issue: Corpora. Constructions. Cognition., edited by Beate Hampe und Susanne Flach): 1-8
2018 (with Stefan Th. Gries) Syntax from and for discourse II. More on complex sentences as meso-constructions. In Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association (GCLA-6 Special Issue: Corpora. Constructions. Cognition., edited by Beate Hampe und Susanne Flach): 115-142
2017 (with Volodymyr Dekalo) Complementing Collostructional Analysis by Cluster and Network Analyses. Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association (GCLA-5) 2017(5): 145-178.
2017 Embodiment & discourse: Dimensions and dynamics of metaphor theory. In: Beate Hampe (ed.), Metaphor: Embodied Cognition & Discourse (pp. 3-23). Cambridge, etc.: CUP
2016 Language and perception. Entry in the new edition of the SAGE Encyclopedia of Theory in Psychology, ed. by Harold L. Miller (pp. 664-666). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications
2015 Syntax from and for discourse: Adverbial Clauses as item-specific constructions in Spontaneous Spoken English. Zeitschrift für Anglistik/Amerikanistik (Special Issue: "Constructions - Aspects of Construction Grammar" ed. by Susen Faulhaber and Thomas Herbst) 63-3: 295-322
2015 Review of "The Bloomsbury Companion to Cognitive Linguistics" (ed. by Jeannette Littlemore and John Taylor, London/New York: Bloomsbury 2014). Cognitive Linguistics 26-3: 549-560
2014 More on the as-predicative: Granularity issues in the description of construction networks. Yearbook of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association (GCLA-2), edited by Susanne Flach & Martin Hilpert. Berlin/Boston: de Gruyter Mouton: 207-234
2013 [reprint of 2011a] In: Cognitive Linguistics: The Quantitative Turn. The Essential Reader. L.A.Janda (ed.), Berlin/Boston: de Gruyter Mouton: 141-176
2013 (with Christian Lehmann) Partial Coreference. Languages Across Boundaries. D. Bakker and M. Haspelmath (eds.), Berlin/Boston: de Gruyter Mouton: 171-208
2012 Transitive phrasal verbs in acquisition and use. A view from Construction Grammar. Language Value 4(1): 1-31
2011a Discovering constructions by means of collostruction analysis: The English Denominative Construction. Cognitive Linguistics 22(2): 211-245.
2011b Metaphor, constructional ambiguity and the causative resultatives. Windows to the Mind. S. Handl and H.-J. Schmid (eds.). Berlin/New York, Mouton de Gruyter: 185-215.
2010 (with Gries, S. T., and Doris Schönefeld). Converging Evidence II: More on the association between verbs and constructions. Empirical and Experimental Methods in Cognitive/Functional Research. S. Rice and J. Newman (eds.). Stanford, CA, CSLI Publications: 59-72.
2009 Review of Hilpert, M., “Germanic Future Constructions. A Usage-based Approach.” Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics 7: 345-356.
2006 (with D. Schönefeld) Syntactic leaps or lexical variation? – More on "Creative Syntax". Corpora in Cognitive Linguistics. Corpus-based Approaches to Syntax and Lexis. S. T. Gries and A. Stefanowitsch (eds.). Berlin/New York, Mouton de Gruyter: 127-157.
2005a When down is not bad and up not good enough: A usage-based assessment of the plus-minus parameter in image-schema theory. Cognitive Linguistics 16(1): 81-112.
2005b On the role of iconic motivation in conceptual metaphor: Has metaphor theory come full circle? Outside-In. Inside-Out. W. J. Herlofsky, C. Maeder and O. Fischer (eds.) Amsterdam/Philadelphia, John Benjamins Publishing Company: 39-66.
2005c Image Schemas in Cognitive Linguistics. Introduction. From Perception to Meaning: Image Schemas in Cognitive Linguistics. B. Hampe (ed. in cooperation with J. Grady). Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter: 1-12
2005 (with Gries, S. T., and Doris Schönefeld). Converging evidence: Bringing together experimental and corpus data on the associations of verbs and constructions. Cognitive Linguistics 16(4): 635-676.
2003 (with D. Schönefeld). Creative syntax: Iconic principles within the symbolic. From Sign to Signing. W. G. Müller and O. Fischer (eds.). Amsterdam/Philadelphia, John Benjamins Publishing Company: 243-261.
2000 Facing up to the meaning of 'face up to': A cognitive semantico-pragmatic analysis of an English verb-particle construction. Constructions in Cognitive Linguistics. Selected Papers from the Fifth International Cognitive Linguistics Conference. Amsterdam 1997. A. Foolen and F. van der Leek (eds.). Amsterdam/Philadelphia, John Benjamins Publishing Company: 81-102
1999 (with Doris Schönefeld) Review: Alfred Wollmann, Präpositionalphrasen im Englischen./ Frank Boers, Spatial Prepositions and Metaphor. Anglia, Zeitschrift für Englische Philologie. Band 117(3): 430-438.
1997 Towards a solution of the phrasal verb puzzle: Considerations on some scattered pieces. Lexicology 3/2: 203-243