Martin Fuchs

Martín Fuchs is a postdoctoral researcher in the Time in Translation NWO-funded project, which investigates crosslinguistic variation in Perfect constructions on the basis of parallel corpora data and experimental techniques.
Besides tense and aspect semantics, Martín is interested in context effects in language processing, ambiguity/vagueness resolution, and the cognitive underpinnings of semantic change.
Martín did his undergraduate studies at the Universidad de Buenos Aires (2013), and he obtained a PhD in Linguistics from Yale University in 2020.

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Utrecht University


Aspect, Semantic Change, Grammaticalization, Context Effects


Poster Session
Thomas Schmidt, Hans Van de Velde, Maria Flaksman, Eline Zenner, Péter Jeszenszky, Melissa Schuring, Jan Gorisch, Adrian Leemann, Melanie Studerus, Carina Steiner, Sandra Widmer Beierlein, Nantke Pecht, Robert Lange, Gintare Gelunaite-Malinauskiene, Maike Rocker, Christine Graeppi, Maggie Bullock, Francesca Nicora, Agnes Kim, Lorea Unamuno, Bianca Sell, Ljubica Leone, Martin Fuchs, Chiara Meluzzi, Christian Paga, Anca Bibiri, Gorka Basterretxea Santiso, Berta Badia-Barrera, Wilbert Heeringa, Raoul Buurke, Anne-France Pinget, Cesko Voeten, Mihaela Mocanu, Paz González, Maria Schinko, Lea Bauernfeind

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Perfect-Perfective variation across Spanish dialects: a parallel-corpus study
Martin Fuchs, Paz González
Poster Session
Competing markers for the Progressive meaning: A diachronic corpus study of the Present Progressive and the Simple Present markers in Peninsular Spanish
Martin Fuchs

Aspects of Morpholosyntactical Variation IV
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