Anne Storch

List of John Benjamins publications for which Anne Storch plays a role.


Metasex – The Discourse of Intimacy and Transgression

Anne Storch and Nico Nassenstein

[Culture and Language Use, 22] 2020. ix, 132 pp.
Subjects Anthropological Linguistics | Communication Studies | Discourse studies | Pragmatics | Sociolinguistics and Dialectology | Sociology

Creativity in Language

Edited by Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald, Andrea Hollington, Nico Nassenstein and Anne Storch

Special issue of International Journal of Language and Culture 6:1 (2019) vi, 223 pp.
Subjects Anthropological Linguistics | Applied linguistics | Cognition and language | Cognitive psychology | Communication Studies | Pragmatics
Subjects Anthropological Linguistics | Discourse studies | Pragmatics | Sociolinguistics and Dialectology
Subjects Anthropological Linguistics | Other African languages | Theoretical linguistics
Subjects Functional linguistics | Semantics | Syntax | Theoretical linguistics | Typology


Storch, Anne 2023 Performances of transparencyNaming and Labelling Contexts of Cultural Importance in Africa, Nassenstein, Nico, Sambulo Ndlovu and Svenja Völkel (eds.), pp. 255–268 | Article
The names by which luxury items are marketed are often interpreted as names that trigger forms of mimesis. By considering the connections made through naming, products such as perfumes seem to be powerful metaphors for a particular lifestyle, wealth, and specific identity constructions, thereby… read more
Aikhenvald, Alexandra Y. and Anne Storch 2019 Creativity in language: Secret codes, special styles and linguistic tabooCreativity in Language, Aikhenvald, Alexandra Y., Andrea Hollington, Nico Nassenstein and Anne Storch (eds.), pp. 1–9 | Introduction
Storch, Anne 2019 The idea of a yell: On metapragmatic discourseCreativity in Language, Aikhenvald, Alexandra Y., Andrea Hollington, Nico Nassenstein and Anne Storch (eds.), pp. 10–28 | Article
This contribution examines the metapragmatics of the ‘noisy’ voice: how voice performance that does not include the utterance of words is evaluated and discussed by different audiences and authors. Secrecy as being expressed through and by the transcendental voice is one aspect of these… read more
Storch, Anne 2017 Chapter 10. Emotional EdgelandsConsensus and Dissent: Negotiating Emotion in the Public Space, Storch, Anne (ed.), pp. 193–212 | Chapter
Even though terminologies for emotions and interior states can be, in principle in any given field context, elicited and listed as linguistic data, these extracted terminologies are not necessarily used. Everyday communication practices, storytelling and historical narration can be decidedly void… read more
Storch, Anne 2017 Chapter 1. IntroductionConsensus and Dissent: Negotiating Emotion in the Public Space, Storch, Anne (ed.), pp. 1–8 | Chapter
Storch, Anne 2014 Chapter 10. Counting chickens in LuwoNumber – Constructions and Semantics: Case studies from Africa, Amazonia, India and Oceania, Storch, Anne and Gerrit J. Dimmendaal (eds.), pp. 265–282 | Article
This contribution treats the number marking of nouns, numerals and the way these are used in counting in Luwo. This Western Nilotic language of South Sudan exhibits interesting patterns in the pluralisation of nouns, which have to do with the grammatical marking of nominal aspect. Moreover, Luwo… read more
Storch, Anne 2011 Ritual Pathways: Contact in a Framework of Difference, Imitation and AlterityGeographical Typology and Linguistic Areas: With special reference to Africa, Hieda, Osamu, Christa König and Hiroshi Nakagawa (eds.), pp. 213–232 | Article
Storch, Anne 2009 Negation in JukunNegation Patterns in West African Languages and Beyond, Cyffer, Norbert, Erwin Ebermann and Georg Ziegelmeyer (eds.), pp. 107–120 | Article
Central Jukunoid languages (East Benue-Congo, Nigeria) such as Hone or Wapan exhibit rich and complex systems of negation. There are different strategies depending on whether negation of the indicative or subjunctive mood of the verb is expressed, or whether an object or a noun phrase is… read more
Storch, Anne 2009 HoneCoding Participant Marking: Construction types in twelve African languages, Dimmendaal, Gerrit J. (ed.), pp. 123–140 | Article
Hone is a Jukun language of Nigeria which exhibits patterns of participant coding that are characteristic for a linguistic area which encompasses Chadic, Plateau, Adamawa and Jukunoid languages. But instead of displaying the typical intransitive copy pronoun constructions that are often found in… read more