Talks

Leclercq, B. (2021). “Making meaning with modals: A view from Construction Grammar.” At: 11th International Conference on Construction Grammar (ICCG-11). University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium. 18-20 August.
Depraetere, I., B. Cappelle, C. Grandin & B. Leclercq. (2021). “Necessity modals and the role of source as a predictive factor.” At: Rethinking English modal constructions: From feature-based paradigms to usage-based probabilistic representations (ISLE 6 workshop). University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu, Finland. 2-5 June.
Grabar, N., B. Cappelle, I. Depraetere, C. Grandin & B. Leclercq. (2021). “Modals as predictive factor for L2 proficiency level.” At: Rethinking English modal constructions: From feature-based paradigms to usage-based probabilistic representations (ISLE 6 workshop). University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu, Finland. 2-5 June.
Leclercq, B. (2021). “A new model for the analysis of modal meaning: A theoretical bridge between Construction Grammar and Relevance theory.” At: Rethinking English modal constructions: From feature-based paradigms to usage-based probabilistic representations (ISLE 6 workshop). University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu, Finland. 2-5 June.

Leclercq, B. (2020). “Ad hoc concepts and the relevance heuristics: An unresolved paradox?” At: Wither relevance-theoretic pragmatics? (EPICS 9 panel). Pablo de Olavide University, Seville, Spain. 4-6 November.
Leclercq, B. (2020). “From modals to modal patterns: An n-gram analysis of can, could and be able to.” At: ICAME 41 (International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English). Heidelberg University, Heidelberg, Germany. 20-24 May.

Leclercq, B. (2019). “Knowledge and usage: A view from the semantics-pragmatics interface.” At: Séminaire de Linguistique du laboratoire STL. University of Lille, Lille. 22 November.
Depraetere, I., B. Cappelle, C. Grandin, M. Lesuisse & B. Leclercq. (2019). “REM – Re-thinking English Modal constructions: From feature-based paradigms to usage-based probabilistic representations.” At: Séminaire de Linguistique du laboratoire STL. Université de Lille, Lille. 11 October.
Leclercq, B. (2019). “Can, could and be able to: Modal networks and interpretation processes.” At: Doctoriales de linguistique du laboratoire Savoirs, Textes, Langage (DoctILing 2019). University of Lille, Lille. 18 June.

Leclercq, B. (2018). “Mismatch, coercion and procedural meaning: Insights from Construction Grammar and Relevance Theory.” At: Functional categories and semantic mismatches (MISM4TCHES 2018). Universidad de Alcalá, Madrid, Spain. 4 October.

Leclercq, B. (2017). “The pragmatics of coercion: Perspectives from Construction Grammar and Relevance Theory.” At: LinGhentian Doctorials 2017. Ghent University, Belgium. 20 December.
Leclercq, B. (2017). “Coercion: A case of saturation.” At: IPrA 2017 (International Pragmatics Association). Belfast, Northern Ireland. 18 July.

Leclercq, B. (2016). “Understanding the concept of semantics in Relevance Theory.” At: PhD students in linguistics: Work in Progress. Middlesex University London, London. 6 December.
Leclercq, B. (2016). “A new approach to modality: Perspectives from Construction Grammar and Relevance Theory.” At: Temps, aspect, modalité, évidentialité: perspectives comparative, cognitive, théorique, appliquée. University Paris Diderot, Paris. 17-18 November.
Leclercq, B. (2016) “Semantic constraints on utterance interpretation: Complementary perspectives from Construction Grammar and Relevance Theory.” At: Doctoriales de linguistique du laboratoire Savoirs, Textes, Langage (DoctILing 2016). University Lille 3, Lille. 16 June.

Leclercq, B. (2015). “Verbal agreement with partitive noun phrases.” At: The Sorbonne Nouvelle University Graduate Symposium, organised by SeSyLiA and the ED-514. University Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3. 22 May.