Senior Lecturer

MA programme coordinator (linguistics)

Room: E870
Telephone: +46 (0)8 16 35 87
Office hours: by appointment

mikko.hoglund@english.su.se

Mikko Höglund has studied language and linguistics at the University of Tampere, Finland, and he received his PhD in English Philology in 2014. Höglund has also studied linguistics at the University of Oregon in 2010-11.

Höglund’s main research interests are cognitive-functional approaches to language, especially Cognitive Grammar and construction grammars, syntax-semantics interfaces, grammatical variation in recent centuries in BrE and AmE, and corpus-based research.

Recent publications:

Höglund, M. & Syrjänen, K. (2016). Corpus of Early American Literature. ICAME Journal, 40, 17–38.

Höglund, M., Rickman, P., Rudanko, J., & Havu, J. (Eds.). (2015). Perspectives on Complementation: Structure, Variation and Boundaries. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Havu, J., & Höglund, M. (2015). A Cross-Linguistic Perspective on Complementation in the Tough Construction. In M. Höglund, P. Rickman, J. Rudanko & J. Havu (Eds.), Perspectives on Complementation: Structure, Variation and Boundaries (pp. 52–74). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Höglund, M. (2015). Introduction. In M. Höglund, P. Rickman, J. Rudanko & J. Havu (Eds.), Perspectives on Complementation: Structure, Variation and Boundaries (pp. 1–4). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Höglund, M., Kakko, T., Miettinen, M., Parviainen, H., & Rickman, P. (Eds.). (2014). Word and Image: Theoretical and Methodological Approaches. Electronic publication series of the School of Language, Translation and Literary Studies, University of Tampere. http://urn.fi/URN:ISBN:978-951-44-9689-9

Höglund, M. (2014). “Self-discipline strategies were easy to design but difficult to adhere to.” A Usage-Based Study of the Tough Construction in English. Doctoral dissertation, University of Tampere.

Höglund, M. (2014). Active and passive infinitive, ambiguity and non-canonical subject with ready. In K. Davidse, C. Gentens, L. Ghesquière & L. Vandelanotte (Eds.), Corpus interrogation and grammatical patterns (pp. 239–262). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.