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Aufsätze von 1990 bis 1994

Aufsätze von 1982 bis 1989

Aufsätze ab 2006

(205) W. van Peer & A. Chesnokova: “The Sound of Meaning, and the Meaning of Sound. Phonetic Iconicity in Literature.” In Ralph Schneider & Jan Alber: Routledge Companion to Literature and Cognitive Studies (in press).

(204) W. van Peer & A. Chesnokova: “The sound must seem an echo to the sense”. Experiencing oral and silent reading of Poetry. In Sandrine Sorlin & Linda Pilliere, Style and Senses. Palgrave MacMillan (in press).

(203) Looking on Darkness which the Blind Do See: Psychobiography from a Social Perspective. In Mayer, Claude et al. (eds): Beyond WEIRD: Psychobiography in Times of Transcultural and Transdisciplinary Perspectives. Cham: Springer, 2023, p. 137-148.

(202) Jealousy: Self-inflicted agony and ruin. International Review of Psychiatry, special issue on ‘Love’, vol. 35, no. 1, 2023, pp. 25-32.

(201) The Art of Sweet Persuasion. David Miall’s life and work. Journal of Literary Semantics 52 (2), 2022, pp. 73-74.

(200) Guest editor of the Journal of Literary Semantics, 52 (2), 2022, dedicated to the work and person of David Miall.

(199) Some Progress in Literary Studies: ‘Ostranenie’ and Beyond. Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta. Seriya 9. Philology, 2, 2022, pp. 117-126.

(198) What the Greeks left us: Perspectivation as a Tool in the Pursuit of Knowledge. In Mathieu de Bakker, Baukje van den Berg and Jacqueline Klooster (eds). Emotions and Narrative in Ancient Literature and Beyond. Leiden: Brill, 2022, pp. 255-271.

(197) W. van Peer et al.: Foregrounding. In D. Kuiken & A.M. Jacobs (eds). Handbook of Empirical Literary Studies. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2021, pp. 145-176.

(196) W. van Peer and A. Chesnokova: “How do you spell love? You don’t spell it, you feel it.” In C.-H. Mayer and E. Vanderheiden (Eds). International Handbook of Love. Transcultural and Transdisciplinary Perspectives. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2021, pp. 789-806.

(195) Chesnokova, A. and van Peer, W. “There Are as Many Kinds of Love as There are Hearts”: Age Gap Relationships in Literature and Cultural Attitudes. In C.-H. Mayer and E. Vanderheiden (Eds). Handbook of Love in Cultural and Transcultural Contexts. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2021, pp. 807-826.

(194) What Literature Does to Our Emotions, and how do we Know? Empirical Studies will Tell. Synopsis 25, no. 1, 2019, pp. 1-10.

(193) Anna Chesknokova and Willie van Peer: “So sincerely, so tenderly. Foregrounding in Pushkin’s ‘I Loved You’.” In: In Znaki czy nie znaki? (J. Piątkowska, G. Zeldowicz, eds.). Volume 3. Warsaw : Wydawnictwa Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego.

(192) Horizontalität und Vertikalität in Mündlichkeit und Schriftlichkeit. In: Hörendes Lesen und Sehen von Märchen. Synergien von Mündlichkeit und Schriftlichkeit. Ed. Diana Kühndel and Ursula Offerman. Heidelberg: Synchron, 2017, pp. 17-25.

(191) W. Van Peer & A. Chesnokova: Reading and Rereading: Insights into Literary Evaluation. Advanced Education 2018, Issue 9, 39-46. DOI: 10.20535/2410-8286.125730.

(190) W. Van Peer & A. Chesnokova: Literariness in readers’experience. Further developments in empirical research and theory. Science and Education 11, 2017, pp. 5-17. DOI:

(189) 'Formação do cânone: ideologia ou qualidade estética?' (translated into Portuguese by Matheus Freitas Gomes), Revista Criação e Crítica 18, June 2017, pp. 239-250.

(188) Prawda ma znaczenie: postepowanie krytyczne w rewizionisme. Tekstualia 1 (48), 2017, pp. 15-33.

(187) What We Have Learned about ostranenie over the past 30 years. In: One Hundred Years of ostranenie. Ed. Alexandra Berlina. Lausanne: Svdig Press (in preparation).

(186) Anna Chesnokova, Sonia Zyngier & Willie van Peer: Learning Through Research: Invigorating the Humanities. Pedagogika 125, no. 1, 2017, pp. 195-210.

(185) Willie van Peer, Anna Chesnokova and Matthias Springer: Distressful Empathy in Literature: The Case for Terror Management Theory? Science and Education 1. 2017. P. 33–42. DOI:

(184) Anna Chesnokova, Sonia Zyngier and Willie van Peer: “Long-term Research Assessing in the Humanities: A case study.” Advanced Education 2016, no. 5, pp. 49-59.

(183) Anna Chesnokova and Willie van Peer: Anyone Came to Live Here Some Time Ago. A cognitive semiotics approach to deviation as a foregrounding device. Versus. Quaderni die Studi Semiotici 122, 1/2016, pp. 5-22.

(182) Scientific Methods for Stylistics. Language and Semiotic Studies 1, no. 2, 2015, pp. 151- 160.

(181) F. Hakemulder und W. van Peer: Empirical Stylistics. The Companion to Stylistics, ed. V. Sotirova. New York: Continuum, 2015, pp. 189-207.

(180) Anyone Came to Live Here Some Time Ago. A cognitive semiotics approach to deviation as a foregrounding device. Versus (in press).

(179) Ne aggódj, tanulj meg kutatni! [How to Stop Worrying and Start Researching]. Metropolis 18, 2014, p. 10-14.

(178) Theories of Literature: A Meta-reflection and a Solution. Primerjalna Knjizevnost [Comparative Literature] 37, 2014, pp. 113-124.

(177) Review of “Wahrnehmung – Wiederholing – Vertikalität. Zur Theorie und Praxis der Kognitiven Literaturwissenschaft” von Sophie Wege. Monatshefte 106, Nr. 4, 2014, p. 685-7.

(176) * Thirty million words. Nieuwsbrief De Boekenkaravaan oktober 2014, p. 8-10.

(175) Scientific Methods for Stylistics. In: Stylistics: Empirical, Cognitive, Interdisciplinary, ed. X. J. Su. Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press, 2014, pp. 3-15.

(174) Bamanan(kan): questions and answers. Babel. The languages of the world August 2013. 16-17.

(173) Review of V.S. Ramachandran’s ‘The Tell-tale Brain’. Scientific Study of Literature 3, Nr. 1, 2013. 161-164.

(172) Review of Patrick Colm Hogan’s ‘The Mind and Its Stories’, ‘What Literature Teaches us about Emotions’, und ‘Affective Narratology’. In: Scientific Study of Literature 3, Nr. 1, 2013. 158-160.

(171) Preface. Literary Education and Digital Learning. Methods and technologies for humanities studies, Hg W. van Peer, S. Zyngier & V. Viana. Hershey, PA, 2010. xxv-xxvii.

(170) W. van Peer, S. Zyngier & A. Chesnokova: Learning without Teaching: Literature and The REDES Project. L. Jeffries, & D. McIntyre, D. Hg, Teaching Stylistics. Basingstoke: Palgrave/English Subject Centre, 2010. 109-123.

(169) A. Chesnokova, S. Zyngier, V. Viana & W. van Peer: Budding Researchers in the Humanities: An Intercultural Online Project. Cases on Distance Delivery and Learning Outcomes: Emerging Trends and Programs Hrsg. D. Gearhart. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 2010. 231-244.

(168) By Way of a Beginning: After a long time. Scientific Study of Literature, vol. 1, Nr. 1, 2010. 1-5.

(167) Die interkulturelle Hermeneutik als Grundlage des Faches Deutsch als Fremdsprache. (Intercultural hermeneutics as a basis of the discipline of German as a Foreign Language). Deutsch als Fremdsprache. Gedanken zu Geschichte, Gegenwart und Zukunft eines xenologischen Faches, ed. J. Roche. Berlin: LIT, 2009. 39-42.

(166) M. Louwerse & W. van Peer: How cognitive is cognitive poetics? Adding a symbolic approach to the embodied one. Cognitive Poetics. Goals, Gains and Gaps eds. G. Brone & J. Vandaele. Berlin / New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 2009. 423-444.

(165) The Multidimensionality of Art. Empirical Studies of the Arts 27, Nr. 2, 2009. 217-222.

(164) J. Auracher & W. van Peer: Preface. New Beginnings in Literary Studies, eds. J. Auracher & W. van Peer. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publication, 2008. ix-xiii.

(163) The Inhumanity of the Humanities. New Beginnings in Literary Studies, Hg. J. Auracher & W. van Peer. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publication, 2008. 1-21.

(162) Canon Formation: Ideology or aesthetic quality. The Quality of Literature. Linguistic studies in literary evaluation, Hrsg. W. van Peer. Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2008. 17-29.

(161) The Evaluation of Literary Texts: A new perspective. The Quality of Literature. Linguistic studies in literary evaluation, Hrsg. W. van Peer. Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2008. 1-14.

(160) The not-me in Thee. Negative identification through literature. Challenging the Boundaries, Hg. I. Bas & D. Freeman. Amsterdam / Atlanta: Rodopi, 2007. 37- 53.

(159) S. Zyngier, W. van Peer & F. Hakemulder: Complexity and Foregrounding: In the eye of the beholder? Poetics Today 28, Nr. 4, 2007. 653-682.

(158) W. van Peer, S. Zyngier, & J. Hakemulder: Foregrounding: Past, Present, Future. Stylistics: Prospect and Retrospect, Hg. D. Hoover & S. Lattig. Amsterdam / Atlanta: Rodopi, 2007. 1-22.

(157) Willie van Peer & Christine Fuchs: The Power of Prestige: a case for symbolic capital? In Sonia Zyngier, Vander Viana and Juliana Jandre (eds): Afetos & Efeitos: Estudos Empíricos de Língua e de Literatura. Rio de Janeiro: UFRJ Publit Soluçoes Editoriais, 2007, pp. 205-220.

(156) Preface. In Acting and Connecting: Cultural Approaches to Language and Literature, ed. Sonia Zyngier, Anna Chesnokova and Vander Viana. Muenster: LIT, 2007, pp. 17-20.

(155) * Max Louwerse & Willie van Peer: What about figures? Latent Semantic Analysis (LSA) as a quantitative approach to literary and text studies. TNTL 122, 2006, pp. 22-36.

 (154) Introduction to Foregrounding: a state of the art. Language and Literature 16 (2), 2007: 99-104.

(153) Willie van Peer, Frank Hakemulder, & Sonia Zyngier: Lines on Feeling: Foregrounding, aesthetic appreciation, and meaning. Language and Literature 16 (2), 2007: 197-213.

(152) Towards a new narratology: an extended review of Psychonarratology. Language and Literature 16 (2), 2007: 214-224.

(151) Willie van Peer, Alex Mentjes, & Jan Auracher: Does Reading Literature Make You Happy? In Colin Martindale, Leonid Dorfman, Paul Locher, Vladimir Petrov, and Dimitry Leontiev (eds): New Directions in Aesthetics, Creativity, and thePsychology of Art. Baywood Publ. Co., pp. 46-63.

(150) Sonia Zyngier, Willie van Peer, & Jemèljan Hakemulder: Komplexität und Foregrounding – im Auge des Betrachters? In Karl Eibl, Katja Mellmann and Rüdiger Zymner (eds): Im Rücken der Kulturen. Paderborn: Mentis Verlag, 2007, pp. 343-369.

(149) Willie van Peer & Aikaterini Nousi: What Reading Does to Readers. Stereotypes, Foregrounding, and Language Learning. In Greg Watson & Sonia Zyngier: Literature and Stylistics for Language Learners. Palgrave Macmillan, 2006, 181-193.

(148) W. Van Peer & Frank Hakemulder: Foregrounding. In The Pergamon Encyclopaedia of Language and Linguisitics, ed. Keith Brown. Oxford: Elsevier, 2006, vol. 4, pp. 546-551.

(147) Max Louwerse & Willie van Peer: Thematics. In The Pergamon Encyclopaedia of Language and Linguisitics, ed. Keith Brown. Oxford: Elsevier, 2006, vol. 12, pp. 653-658.

Aufsätze von 2000 bis 2005

(146) Michael Wiseman & Willie van Peer: Roman Jakobsons Konzept der Selbstreferenz aus der Perspektive der heutigen Kognitionswissenschaft. In: Roman Jakobsons Gedichtanalysen. Eine Herausforderung an die Philologien, ed. Hendrik Birus, Sebastian Donat und Burkhard Meyer-Sickendiek. München: Wallstein Verlag, 2003, pp. 277-307.

(145) Willie Van Peer & Maria-Savvato Theodoridou: Die Pragmatik des Lesens in unterschiedlichen Kulturen. In: Materialien Deutsch als Fremdsprache. Grammatikvermittlung – Literaturreflexion – Wissenschaftspropädeutik – Qualifizierung für eine transnationale Qualifikation, ed. Armin Wolff & Ursula Renate Riedner. Regensburg: Fachverband Deutsch als Fremdsprache, 2003, pp. 2-17.

(144) Poetizität. In: Reallexikon der deutschen Literaturwissenschaft, Vol. II, Ed. Harald Fricke. Berlin: W. de Gruyter, 2003, pp. 111-114.

(143) Aunt Jennifer’s Secrets. In In Textual Secrets, eds. Judit Zerkowitz & Szilvia Csabi. Budapest: Eötvös Loránd University Press, 2002, pp. 536-540.

(142) The Secret of Harry Potter. In Textual Secrets, Ed. Judit Zerkowitz & Szilvia Csabi. Budapest: Eötvös Loránd University Press, 2002, pp. 84-89.

(141) M. Wiseman & W. van Peer: The Sound of Meaning. A Study in Phonetic Iconicity. In Textual Secrets, eds. Judit Zerkowitz & Szilvia Csabi. Budapest: Eötvös Lórand University Press,  2002, pp. 379-383.

(140) W. Van Peer & Eva-Maria Graf: Space in literary language - Children’s spatial concepts in Stephen King’s IT. In Cognitive Stylistics, eds. Elena Semino & Jonathan Culpeper. Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins 2002, pp. 123-152.

(139) The Semantics of War. In Poetics, Linguistics, History. Discourses of War and Conflict, eds. Ina Biermann und Annette Combrink. Oxford: Humanities Computing Unit / University of Potchefstroom Press, 2002, pp. 1-20.

(138) Introduction. In Thematics. Interdisciplinary Studies, eds. Max Louwerse & Willie van Peer. Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2002, pp. 1-13

(137) Where Do Literary Themes Come From? In Thematics. Interdisciplinary Studies, eds. Max Louwerse & Willie van Peer. Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2002, pp. 253-263.

(136) "Erst die Fremde lehrt uns, was wir an der Heimat besitzen." Fontanes Schottlandreise und die interkulturellen Unterschiede zwischen Reisegründen. In Fontane und die Fremde, Fontane und Europa, Ed. Konrad Ehlich. Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2002, pp. 178-191.

(135) On the Origins of Style. Journal of Literary Semantics 31, 2002, pp. 1-18.

(134) Hidden Meanings: Auden’s “Musee des Beaux Arts”. In Contextualized Stylistics, eds. Tony Bex,  Michael Burke & Peter Stockwell. Amsterdam / Atlanta: Rodopi, 2001, pp. 39-47.

(133) W. van Peer & I. Stöger: “Psycho-Analysts and Day-Dreaming.” In The Psychology and Sociology of Literature, eds. Gerard Steen and Dick Schram. Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2001, pp. 185-200.

(132) Über den Ursprung des Stils. In Perspektiven auf Stil. Festschrift für Barbara Sandig, eds. Eva-Maria Jacobs & Annely Rothkegel. Tübingen: Niemeyer Press, 2001, pp. 33-48.

(131) W. van Peer und S. Chatman: Introduction. New Perspectives on Narrative Perspective, eds. Willie van Peer und Seymour Chatman. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2001, pp. 1-17.

(130) Justice in Perspective. New Perspectives on Narrative Perspective, eds. Willie van Peer und Seymour Chatman. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2001, pp. 325-38.

(129) W. van Peer & H. Pander Maat: Narrative Perspective and the Interpretation of  Characters' Motives. Language and Literature 10, no. 3, 2001, pp. 229-241.

(128) W. van Peer & M.S. Theodoridou: * The Pragmatics of Reading in Different Cultures. In Reading in a Multicultural Society, eds. D. Schram, A. Raukema & J. Hakemulder. Amsterdam: Stichting Lezen, 2000, pp. 127-139.

(127) Harald Fricke & Willie van Peer: Linguistische Poetik. Reallexikon der deutschen Literaturwissenschaft, Vol. II, Ed. Harald Fricke. Berlin: W. de Gruyter, 2000, pp. 429-432.

(126) Cries and Whispers about Multiculturalism. Some Theoretical and Methodological Considerations. Multilingua 19, 2000, 367-382..

Aufsätze von 1995 bis 1999

(125) Mick Short & Willie van Peer: A Reply to Mackay. In Language and Literature 8, nr. 3, 1999, pp. 269-275.

(124) Harald Fricke & Willie van Peer: "How Scientific Can Literary Evaluation Be? Arguments and Experiments." In Allgemeine Literaturwissenschaft. Grundfragen einer besonderen Disziplin, Ed. Rüdiger Zymner, Wuppertal: Wuppertaler Schriften zur Allgemeinen Literaturwissenschaft, 1999, pp. 140-153.

(123) Absicht und Abwehr: Intention und Interpretation. In Rückkehr des Autors. Zur Erneuerung eines umstrittenen Begriffs, eds. F. Jannidis, G. Lauer, M. Martinez, S. Winko. Tübingen: Niemeyer 1999, pp. 107-122.

(122) Chaos(theory) in Literary Studies. Frame 9, 1999, pp. 26-37.

(121) Ali - ali? Ideologia in estetska kakavost v knjievni kanonizaciji. Primerjalna Knjievnost 22, no.1, Ljubljana 1999 , pp. 1-17.

(120) Emotions and Literature: Semi-Propositions? (Mimeo)

(119) * To Read or Not to Read: Literary Participation in Society. Studies in Reading Participation, Ed. Carolien Andries. Apeldoorn: Garant.

(118) Beckett's First Love and Cynical Philosophy. In Beckett versus Beckett, eds. M. Buning, Danielle de Ruyter, Matthijs Engelberts, Sjef Houppermans. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1998, pp. 407-417.

(117) "Truth Matters. A Critical Exercise in Revisionism." New Literary History 29, no. 2, 1998, pp. 329-346.

(116) M. Short, D.C. Freeman, W. van Peer, P. Simpson: "Stylistics, Criticism and Mythrepresentation Again: Squaring the Circle with Ray Mackay's Subjective Solution for All Problems." Language and Literature7, no. 1, 1998, pp. 39-50.

(115) Sense and Nonsense of Chaos Theory in Literary Studies. The Third Culture: Literature and Science, ed. Elinor Shaffer. Berlin / New York: de Gruyter, 1998, pp. 40-48. (=European Cultural Affairs series). 

(114) The Empirical Study of Literary Evaluation. In The Systemic and Empirical Approach to Literature and Culture as Theory and Application, Ed. Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek & Irene Sywenky. Siegen: Siegen UP 1997, pp. 549-558.

(113) R. Hogenraad, D. McKenzie, W. van Peer: "On Fact Making in Empirical Studies of Literature.”SPIEL (Siegener Periodicum zur Internationalen Empirischen Literaturwissenschaft) 16, 1997, pp. 169-174.

(112) Toward a Poetics of Emotion. Emotions and the Arts, Ed. Mette Hjort & Sue Laver. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997, pp. 215-224.

(111) 'High' / 'Low' Cultural Products and Their Social Functions. Empirical Studies of the Arts, 15, no. 1, 1997, pp. 29-39.

(110) Two Laws of Literary History: Growth and Predictability in Canon Formation. Mosaic. A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 30/2, 1997, pp. 113-132.

(109) * The End of Literature? Ons Erfdeel 40, nr. 3, 1997, pp. 333-340.

(108) Mutilated Signs: Toward a Literary Palaeography. Poetics Today 18, no. 1, 1997, pp. 33-57.

(107) The Ethics of Literature: Two Research Models. The Journal of Literary Semantics 25:2, 1996, pp. 154-172.

(106) * The Cunning of Literature. Images of Reading. Cultural Literacy in the 21st Century, ed. Ronald Soetaert & Luc Top. The Hague: Bibliographica Neerlandica, 1996, pp. 75-90.

(105) * Black Mythology. Frame. Utrecht Journal of Literary Theory 11, no. 2, 1996, pp. 50-59.

(104) W. van Peer & H. Pander Maat: Perspectivation and Sympathy: Effects of Narrative Point of View. Empirical Approaches to Literature and Aesthetics, ed. Roger J. Kreuz & Mary Sue. MacNealy. Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publ. Co., 1996, pp. 143-156. (= vol. 52 in the series "Advances in Discourse Processes".)

(103) * Literary Studies and Cognitive Anthropology. Tijdschrift voor Literatuurwetenschap 1, nr. 1, 1996, pp. 29-34.

(102) Canon Formation: Ideology or Aesthetic Quality? The British Journal of Aesthetics 36, no. 2, 1996, pp. 97-108.

(101) Die Vergangenheit vorhersagen: Enige Modelle der Literaturgeschichtsschreibung. Empirische Literatur- und Medienforschung, ed. S. J. Schmidt. Siegen: Siegen University Press, 1995, pp. 98-115.

(100) Metaphor and Imagination. Literary Theory, Proceedings of the XIIIth Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association, vol. 3, Elrud Ibsch and Will van Peer. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press, 1995, pp. 578-586.

(99) * What Lies Behind the Linguistic Turn? Forum der Letteren 36, 1995, no. 4, pp. 319-322.

(98) W. van Peer & E. van der Knaap: (In)compatible interpretations? Contesting Readings of 'The Turn of the Screw'. Modern Language Notes. Comparative Literature, vol. 110, no. 4 1995, pp. 692-710.

(97) The Historical Non-Triviality of Art and Literature. A Rejoinder to Jerome Stolnitz. The British Journal of Aesthetics 35, no. 2, 1995. 168-172.

(96) Literature, Imagination, and Human Rights. Philosophy and Literature 19, no. 2, 1995, pp. 276-291.

(95) * W. van Peer (Ed.): A First Year Reader in Literary Theory. Utrecht: Utrecht University, 1995.

(94) The Empirical Study of Texts. Empirical Approaches to Literature, ed. Gebhard Rusch. Siegen: Siegen University Press, 1995, pp. 313-318.

(93) * Deconstructing Deconstruction. Frame. Utrecht Journal of Literary Theory 10, no. 2, 1995. 53-61.

(92) * Utopia Exists! Essays in Honor of Douwe W. Fokkema. Utrecht University: Research Centre for History and Culture, 1995.

Aufsätze von 1990 bis 1994

(91) Zeichen-Verstümmelung: Geschichte und Funktionen. Zeitschrift für Semiotik, 16, no. 3-4, 1994. 319-331.

(90) Emotional Functions of Reading Literature. Literature and the New Interdisciplinarity: Poetics, Linguistics, History, ed. Roger D. Sell & Peter Verdonk. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994. 209-220.

(89) * Who's still trying to teach his people to read? Muziek en Woord [Music and Word, monthly of Belgian Radio, Cultural Programs], September 1994. 39.

(88) Das erste und das zweite Gesetz der Literaturgeschichte. (The first and second law of literary history). Empirische Literaturwissenschaft in der Diskussion, ed. Achim Bartsch,  & Gebhard Rusch & Reinhold Viehoff. Frankfurt/M.: Suhrkamp, 1994. 176-189.

(87) Foregrounding. The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, ed. R.E. Asher. Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1994, vol. 3. 1272-1275.

(86) Text. The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, ed. R.E. Asher.  Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1994, vol. 9. 4564-4568.

(85) * Dylan Thomas' Struggle with Language. Keypoems. Major Poetry of the Twentieth Century, ed. Els Andringa & Sytze Wiersma. Apeldoorn: Garant, 1993.

(84) * The Literary Canon as a Problem: A State of the Art. The Literary Canon in Education, ed. Willie Van Peer & Ronald Soetaert. The Hague: Bibliographica Neerlandica, 1993. 11-28.

(83) Universals in Literary Theory. Concepts in Literary Theory: East and West, ed. Han-liang Chang. Taipeh: Bookman Books, Ltd. & National Taiwan University, 1993. 285-301.

(82) * Romeo and Juliet. Keyworks. History and Analysis of 26 'Great Books', ed. Sophie Levie & Willie Van Peer. Apeldoorn: Garant, 1993. 140-149.

(81) Paraphrase as Paradox in Literary Education. Poetics 21, 1993. 443-459.

(80) * In the Country of the Blind. Building Blocks and Cracks  in Literary World Views. Ideopoetica. Literary World  Views and Fragmentation, ed. Jacques de Vos. Ghent: Academia Press, 1993. 57-68.

(79) Typographic Foregrounding. Language and Literature 2, no. 1, 1993. 49-61.

(78) Intentional Facts / Fictions: Research vs. Opinion. Dedalus 2, 1992. 49-56.

(77) E. Ibsch & W. van Peer (eds): Special Issue of Dedalus. Revista Portuguesa de Literature Comparada 2, 1992, on "Facts and Fictions in Literature and Literary Theory", December 1992.

(76) W. van Peer: Special issue of S.P.I.E.L. (Siegener Periodicum zur internationalen empirischen Literaturwissenschaft) on the concept of literature, vol. 11, no. 2, 1992.

(75) Literary Studies and the Question of Definition. S.P.I.E.L. (Siegener Periodicum zur internationalen empirischen Literaturwissenschaft) vol. 11, no. 2, 1992. 191-196.

(74) *Eeny meeny miney mo. Literary Functions of Counting Out Rhymes. Moer, 1992, no. 1. 6-13.

(73) Literary Theory and Reader Response. Reader Response to Literature. The Empirical Dimension, ed. Elaine F. Nardocchio. Berlin / New York: W. de Gruyter, 1992. 137-152.

(72) * Reading Skills, Reading Motivation and Reading Erosion. The Erosion of Reading. Limburg University: mimeo, 1992. 13-18.

(71) * The Influence of the Family on Literary Socialization. Comenius 43, Fall 1991. 263-279.

(70) Wen-hsueh li-lun-ti shih-chieh-hsing ch'eng-fen. Chung-wai Wen-Hsueh 20, July 1991. 35-42.

(69) Literary Socialization in the Family: A State of the Art. Poetics 20, 1991. 539-558.

(68) The Processing of Sound and Image in Children's Television Programmes. Empirical Studies of Literature. Proceedings of the Second I.G.E.L. Conference, ed. Elrud Ibsch, & Dick Schram & Gerard Steen. Amsterdam: Rodopi 1991. 309-324.

(67) * Emotions and the Reading of Literature. Spektator 20, no. 1, 1991. 87-96.

(66) * Text. Key-words. Central Concepts in Contemporary Literary Theory, ed. W. Van Peer & K. Dijkstra. Apeldoorn: Garant, 1991. 158-165.

(65) * Children's Literature. Key-words. Central Concepts in Contemporary Literary Theory, ed. Willie van Peer & Katinka Dijkstra. Apeldoorn: Garant, 1991. 83-92.

(64) * On the Position of the Author in Literary Studies. Frame. Utrecht Journal of Literary Theory 6 no. 1, 1991. 23-30.

(63) * Literary Education and Cultural Heritage. Levende Talen, no. 460, April 1991. 193-195.

(62) But What Is Literature? Toward a Descriptive Definition of Literary Texts. Literary Pragmatics, ed. Roger D. Sell . London / New York: Routledge, 1991. 127-141.

(61) * The Status of Dutch Culture. Kunst en Cultuur (Art and Culture), nonember 1991, p. 5.

(60) Writing as an Institutional Practice. The Writing Scholar. Studies in the Language and Conventions of Academic Discourse, ed. Walter Nash. London: Sage Publications, 1990. 192-204.

(59) * W. van Peer & F. Marschall: Paraphrase as Paradox. Interactive Patterns in Literary Education. Literature and Function. Researches into the Teaching of Literature, ed. E. Andringa & D. Schram. Houten: Bohn Stafleu & van Loghum, 1990. 253-269.

(58) * How to test someone who has to read what is not printed on the page? Evaluation in Literary Education, ed. W.A.M. de Moor. Nijmegen: University of Nijmegen, 1990. 117-129.

(57) * Literary Theory in China and Europe. Frame. Utrecht Journal of Literary Theory 5, no. 2, 1990. 17-19.

(56) * Typography as Convention and Innovation in Poetry. Spektator 19, 1990, no. 2. 171-182.

(55) * Teaching Cultural Literacy. Levende Talen, no. 452, June 1990, p. 300. 

(54) The Measurement of Metre: Its Cognitive and Affective Functions. Poetics 19, 1990. 259-275.

(53) The First and Second Law of Literary History. Proceedings of the 1st Congress of the Portuguese Association of Comparative Literature, ed. Maria A. Seixo. Lisbon, 1990, 2. 199-205.

(52) * Freedom and Responsibility. In: H. Hulshof & G. Rijlaarsdam (eds), The Government's New Standards for Mother Tongue Teaching. A Discussion. Amsterdam: Institute for Teacher Training, 1990. 74-77.

(51) Oral Reading Practice: An Institutional Constraint on the Development of Functional Literacy. Literacy in School and Society. International Trends and Issues, ed. Elisabetta Zuanelli Sonino. New York: Plenum Press, 1989. 221-233.

Aufsätze von 1982 bis 1989

(50) Quantitative Studies of Literature. A Critique and an Outlook. Computers and the Humanities 23, 1989. 301-307.

(49) * On Interpreting and Interpretation. Frame. Utrecht Journal of Literary Theory 4, no. 2, 1989. 3-17.

(48) The Concept of Cohesion: Its Empirical Status in a Definition and Typology of Texts. Text and Discourse Connectedness, ed. Maria-Elisabeta Conte, Janos Petöfi & Emel Sözer. Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 1989. 291-308.

(47) Story, Structure and Strategy. Narratives and their educational value. Parlance. The Journal of the Poetics and Linguistics Association, 1, no. 2, 1988. 223-234.

(46) The Invisible Textbook: Writing as a Cultural Practice. Language, Authority and Criticism, ed. Susan de Castell, Allan Luke and Carmen Luke. London / New York: Falmer Press, 1989. 123-132.

(45) How to Do Things with Texts: Towards a pragmatic foundation for the teaching of texts. Reading, Analysing and Teaching Literature, ed. Mick H. Short. London: Longman, 1989. 267-297.

(44) M. H. Short & van Peer: Accident! Stylisticians Evaluate: Aims and Methods of Stylistic Analysis. Reading, Analysing and Teaching Literature, ed. Mick H. Short. London: Longman, 1989. 22-71.

(43) * The Orlando Syndrome. Frame. Utrecht Journal of Literary Theory 4, 1989, no. 1. 40-42.

(42) Hören und sehen. Erzähl-Erwerb (The Acquisition of Narrative Skills), ed. Konrad Ehlich & Klaus R. Wagner.  Bern / New York: Peter Lang, 1989. 31-48.

(41) Books and Modern Mass Media. Books and Literacy: A Response to New Developments. Amsterdam: Ministry of Welfare, Health and Cultural Affairs, 1989. 57-62.

(40) Le livre et les médias modernes. Les Livres et la Culture: Une réponse aux nouveaux défis. Amsterdam: Ministère du Bien-Être, de la Santé et de la Culture, 1989. 57-64.

(39) * A Critique of New Examination Standards. Moer, 1989, no. 1/2. 53-60.

(38) * Crises in Literature. Ons Erfdeel 31, no. 2, 1988. 189-194.

(37) Counting out: Form and Function of Children’s Counting-out Rhymes. Oracy Matters, ed. Mary MacLure, Terry Philips & Andrew Wilkinson. Milton Keynes / Philadelphia: Open University Press, 1988. 176-183.

(36) * W. van Peer & G.J. Berendse: Children's Records and Cassettes as Literature. Forum der Letteren 29, no. 2, 1988. 131-138.

(35) Introduction. The Taming of the Text, ed. Willie van Peer. London / New York: Routledge, 1988. 1-12.

(34) * Why do we Read? Crises in Literary Studies and Education. Newsletter of the Dutch Languistic Union 2, no. 2, 1988. 38-45.

(32) * Studying at English Universities. Improving Study Skills, ed. H. M. C. Schellekens, P. R .J. Simons & J. E. L. Costongs . Tilburg: University of Brabant Press, 1988. 137-141.

(31) Reading, Culture and Modern Mass Media. Journal of Information Science 14, no. 5, 1988. 305-309.

(30) Spelling: Past and Present. Spelling Problems, ed. C. Andries. Leuven: Acco, 1988. 17-34.

(29) * Memory and Mother Tongue Education. Spiegel 5, no. 1, 1987. 29-42.

(28) * The Blind Spots of Adult Illiteracy Campaigns. Literacy: Back to Basics, ed De Jong, J. & J. Noordijk & P. Rhebergen. Amersfoort: Foundation for Adult Education, 1987. 17-20.

(27) * Intertextuality: Tradition and Critique. Spiegel der Letteren 29, no. 1-2, 1987. 16-24.

(26) Form und Inhalt schulischer Schreibmuster: eine sozio-historische Analyse. OBST (Osnabrücker Beiträge zur Sprachtheorie) 16, 1987. 12-34.

(25) * 'The Linguistics of Writing' A Report on the Glasgow Conference. Forum der Letteren 28, no. 1, 1987. 53-57.

(24) Top-down and Bottom-up: Interpretative Strategies in Reading E.E. Cummings. New Literary History 18, 1987. 597-609.

(23) * Literary Education: Problem Analysis and Foundations. Forum der Letteren 28, no. 3, 1987. 161-174.

(22) Mother Tongue Education in a Transitional Stage? International Mother Tongue Education Bulletin 2, no. 2, 1987. 27-32.

(21) * The order of discourse and the discourse of order. Education and  Social Control. Social Causes and Effects of School Characteristics, ed. G.J. Bergenhenegouwen, et al. Amsterdam: Inter-University Foundation for Social Science Research, 1987. 148-161.

(20) Empirical Studies and Their Relationship to the Theory of Literature. SPIEL (Siegener Periodicum zur Internationalen Empirischen Literaturwissenschaft) 6, no. 2, 1987. 145-162.

(19) * Learning to Spell. Levende Talen, no. 417, 1987. 23-28.

(18) * Social Aspects of Spelling Education. Levende Talen, no. 418, 1987. 118-122.

(17) * Same, yet different. Learning to Paraphrase. The Subject of Dutch, ed. F. Zwitserlood. Enschede: Valo-m, 1986. 180-188.

(16) Pulp and Purpose. Stylistic Analysis as an Aid to a Theory of Texts. Linguistics and the Study of Literature, ed. T. D'Haen Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1986. 268-286. (= reprint of (3).)

(15) * On the Easiness of Learning to Read. Moer, 1986,  no. 6. 26-34.

(14) * Who's still able to read? Grafiek 51, no. 4, 1986. 7-12.

(13) * W. van Peer & T. Prins: Perceptual Activities and Language Learning. Spiegel 4, no. 3, 1986. 33-57.

(12) * The Reality of the Story. Toward an Anthropology of Narrating. Sociologisch Tijdschrift 13, no. 3, 1986,. 431-457.

(11) * Falsifiable Hypotheses in a Theory of Literature. Forum der Letteren 27, 1986. 129-142.

(10) Rational or National? A Review of Handbooks for Mother Tongue Education in the Low Countries. International Mother Tongue Education Network Newsletter, no. 2, 1985. 22-30.

(9) Towards a Pragmatic Theory of Connexity. An analysis of the use of the conjunction AND from a functional perspective. Text Connexity, Text Coherence: Aspects, Methods, Results, ed. E. Sözer. Hamburg: Buske Verlag, 1985. 363-380.

(8) * Reading as Action: Education, Research and Policy. Toward a Public Policy for Books and Reading, ed. A. Grypdonck. Antwerpen: De Standaard, 1985. 61-72.

(7) * Paradoxes of Reading Education. Forces in European Mother Tongue Education, ed. W. van Peer & A. Verhagen. Enschede: Institute for Curriculum Development, 1984. 19-29.

(6) Between Pragmatics and Stylistics: The Theory of Foregrounding. Pragmatics and Stylistics, ed. W. van Peer & J. Renkema. Leuven: Acco, 1984. 291-316.

(5) Die Bedeutung der Prager Strukturalisten für die Entwicklung der Literaturtheorie und der Stilistik. (The importance of the Prague Structuralists for the development of literary theory and stylistics). Sprache, Kultur und Gesellschaft, ed. W. Kühlwein. Tübingen: Narr, 1984. 143-146.      

(4) Pulp and Purpose. Stylistic Analysis as an Aid to a Theory of Texts. Dutch Quarterly Review 14, no. 3, 1984. 229-248.

(3) Poetischer Stil, Leserreaktion und Komputereinsatz. Stilistik, ed. Barbara Sandig. vol. 1, Probleme der Stilistik. Hildesheim / New York: Olms, 1983. 191-208.

(2) Poetic Style and Reader Response. An Exercise in Empirical Semics. Journal of Literary Semantics 12, no. 2, 1983. 3-18.

(1) Some Considerations of Dutch Verb Spelling. Moer, 1982, no. 5. 2-15.

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