Short CV/Education and training

  • Books

  • Pascual, E. & S. Sandler (eds.). 2016. The Conversation Frame: Forms and Functions of Fictive Interaction. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

  • Pascual, E. 2014. Fictive Interaction: The Conversation Frame in Thought, Language, and Discourse. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

  • Papers in international peer-reviewed journals

  • Pascual, E., A. Dornelas, & T. Oakley. Forth. When ‘Goal!” means ‘soccer’: Verbatim fictive speech as communicative strategy by children with autism and two control groups. Pragmatics & Cognition 24(3).

  • Sandler, S. & E. Pascual. Forth. (by invitation). ‘In the beginning there was conversation’: Fictive speech in the Hebrew Bible. Special issue. Pragmatics.

  • Pascual, E. & E. Królak. 2018. The ‘listen to characters thinking’ novel: Fictive interaction as narrative strategy in literary bestsellers and their Spanish and Polish translations. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 16(2): 399–430.

  • Xiang, M., & E. Pascual. 2016. Debate with Zhuangzi: Fictive interaction blends in ancient Chinese philosophy. Pragmatics 26(1): 137-162.

  • Pascual, E., E. Królak & Th.A.J.M. Janssen. 2013. Direct speech compounds: Evoking socio-cultural scenarios through fictive interaction. Cognitive Linguistics 24(2): 345-366.

  • Pascual, E. 2008a. Text for context, trial for trialogue: An ethnographic study of a fictive interaction blend. Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics 6: 50-82.

  • Coulson, S. & E. Pascual. 2006. For the sake of argument: Mourning the unborn and reviving the dead through conceptual blending. Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics 4: 153-181.

  • Pascual, E. 2006a. Fictive interaction within the sentence: A communicative type of fictivity in grammar. Cognitive Linguistics 17(2): 245-267.

  • Pascual, E. 2006b. Questions in legal monologues: Fictive interaction as argumentative strategy in a murder trial. Text & Talk 26(3): 383-402.

  • Chapters in handbooks (by invitation)

    Oakley, T. & E. Pascual. 2017. Conceptual blending theory. In B. Dancygier (ed.). Cambridge Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 423–448.

  • Pascual, E. & T. Oakley. 2017. Fictive interaction. In B. Dancygier (ed.). Cambridge Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 347–360.

  • Pascual, E. [2012] 2016, 2nd edition. Espacios mentales e integración conceptual [Mental spaces and conceptual integration]. In I. Ibarretxe-Antuñano & J. Valenzuela (eds.). Lingüística Cognitiva [Cognitive Linguistics]. Barcelona: Anthropos, 147-166.

Selected publications

  • Books

  • Pascual, E. & S. Sandler (eds.). 2016. The Conversation Frame: Forms and Functions of Fictive Interaction. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

  • Pascual, E. 2014. Fictive Interaction: The Conversation Frame in Thought, Language, and Discourse. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

  • Papers in international peer-reviewed journals

  • Pascual, E., A. Dornelas, & T. Oakley. Forth. When ‘Goal!” means ‘soccer’: Verbatim fictive speech as communicative strategy by children with autism and two control groups. Pragmatics & Cognition 24(3).

  • Sandler, S. & E. Pascual. Forth. (by invitation). ‘In the beginning there was conversation’: Fictive speech in the Hebrew Bible. Special issue. Pragmatics.

  • Pascual, E. & E. Królak. 2018. The ‘listen to characters thinking’ novel: Fictive interaction as narrative strategy in literary bestsellers and their Spanish and Polish translations. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 16(2): 399–430.

  • Xiang, M., & E. Pascual. 2016. Debate with Zhuangzi: Fictive interaction blends in ancient Chinese philosophy. Pragmatics 26(1): 137-162.

  • Pascual, E., E. Królak & Th.A.J.M. Janssen. 2013. Direct speech compounds: Evoking socio-cultural scenarios through fictive interaction. Cognitive Linguistics 24(2): 345-366.

  • Pascual, E. 2008a. Text for context, trial for trialogue: An ethnographic study of a fictive interaction blend. Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics 6: 50-82.

  • Coulson, S. & E. Pascual. 2006. For the sake of argument: Mourning the unborn and reviving the dead through conceptual blending. Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics 4: 153-181.

  • Pascual, E. 2006a. Fictive interaction within the sentence: A communicative type of fictivity in grammar. Cognitive Linguistics 17(2): 245-267.

  • Pascual, E. 2006b. Questions in legal monologues: Fictive interaction as argumentative strategy in a murder trial. Text & Talk 26(3): 383-402.

  • Chapters in handbooks (by invitation)

    Oakley, T. & E. Pascual. 2017. Conceptual blending theory. In B. Dancygier (ed.). Cambridge Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 423–448.

  • Pascual, E. & T. Oakley. 2017. Fictive interaction. In B. Dancygier (ed.). Cambridge Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 347–360.

  • Pascual, E. [2012] 2016, 2nd edition. Espacios mentales e integración conceptual [Mental spaces and conceptual integration]. In I. Ibarretxe-Antuñano & J. Valenzuela (eds.). Lingüística Cognitiva [Cognitive Linguistics]. Barcelona: Anthropos, 147-166.



Complete list of publications

Selected projects

  • Current: "Fictive interaction as linguistic construction and communicative strategy". Hundred Talents Program for humanities and social sciences, Zhejiang University.

  • "The Conversation Frame: Linguistic Forms and Communicative Functions in Discourse" (276.70.019), NWO (Vidi). University of Groningen, 2010 – 2015. Principal Investigator.

  • "Speech representation as re-contextualization: A comparative study of reported and constructed questions in Dutch and American criminal trials" (275-70-012), NWO (Veni, Innovation Scheme). VU University Amsterdam, 2005 – 2008. Principal Investigator.

  • "An ethnographic study of interaction and language use in criminal trials before the Flemish jury" (R 33-302), Travel grant, NWO. University of Ghent, 2004. Principal Investigator

  • "A comparative study of fictive interaction clauses in Dutch and English" (S 20-3), Talent grant, NWO. University of Ghent and UC San Diego, 2003-2004. Principal Investigator

  • "An ethnographic study of discourse processes in court" (020033S), Fulbright, UC San Diego, 2000 – 2002. Principal Investigator

  • "Comparative research on waste management in the United Kingdom and Spain" (ENV4.CT96-0239), European Union. PI: prof. dr. E. Laraña, Complutense University of Madrid, 1997 – 1999. Junior researcher

Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • Elected President (2018-) and Vice-President (2016-2018) of the International Association for Cognitive Semiotics (IACS).

  • Elected member of the 'International Organizing Committee of the Language, Culture, and Mind' conference series (LCM), since June 2010.

  • Permanent member of the scientific committee of the 'Spanish Association of Cognitive Linguistics' (AELCO), since Sep 2013.

  • Associate member of 'The Center for Cognitive Science', Hunan Normal University. Director: Prof. Mark Turner, since March 2018.

  • International Scientific Panel member of the 'European Network for Intercultural Education Activities' (ENIEDA), since January 2018.

  • Expert committee member of the 'Zhejiang Province Foreign Languages Association', since October 2016.

  • Co-founder and board member of the 'European Society for Transcultural and Interdisciplinary Dialogue' (ESTIDIA), since June 2012

  • Board member of the 'Belgium and Netherlands Cognitive Linguistics Association' (BeNeCLA), 2012-2014

  • Co-founder and secretary of the 'Belgium and Netherlands Cognitive Linguistics Association' (BeNeCLA), 2008 – 2010

Additional qualifications

  • "Staatsexamens NT2", Dutch as second language for studying or working at academic university or university of applied sciences (HBO), July 2013

  • "Basis Kwalificatie Onderwijs" [Basic Teaching Qualification], required for university lecturing, May 2013


Soft Skills/Other activities and achievements

Additional interests

  • Co-founder and co-editor-in-chief of the international, peer-review journal 'Language under Discussion'

  • Editorial board member of 'Veredas: Journal of Linguistic Studies'

  • Permanent reviewer of research projects for the Catalan University and Research Funding Foundation (AGAUR), since 2011, and ad hoc reviewer of research projects for the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), the Research Foundation-Flanders (FWO, Belgium), and the Research Council KU Leuven (Belgium).

  • Ad hoc reviewer of publications for: Text & Talk, Journal of Pragmatics, Review of Cognitive Linguistics, Pragmatics and Society, Language & Communication, Language and Cognition, Journal of Linguistics Folia Linguistica, Crossroads: A Journal of English Studies, eHumanista/IVITRA, Cambridge University Press, Mouton de Gruyter, John Benjamins, CSDL Publications, Nederlandse Taalkunde, Linguistics in The Netherlands, Anuari de Filologia, and Sprøg.

  • Jury member of the 2013 AVT/Anéla Dissertation Award (Dutch Associations for Theoretical and Applied Linguistics), 2013-2014.


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