Articles and Chapters in Peer-Reviewed Volumes

  1. *Haber, N., Wieten, S., Rohrer, J., Arah, O., Tennant, P., Stuart, E., Murray, E., Pilleron, S., Lam, S.T., Riederer, E, Howcutt, S.J., Simmons, A., Leyrat, C., Schoenegger, P., Booman, A., Dufour, M.K., O’Donoghue, A., Baglini, R., et al. 2022. Causal and Associational Language in Observational Health Research: A systematic evaluation. American Journal of Epidemiology. (Accepted, forthcoming.) (BFI 2)
  2. Johansen, N., Marjanovic, S.V., Valentin, C., Baglini, R., Adler-Nissen, R. 2022. Ridiculing the “tinfoil Hats:” Citizen responses to COVID-19 misinformation in the Danish facemask debate on Twitter. Harvard Misinformation Review. (Accepted, forthcoming.)
  3. *Baglini, R., Kurm, A., Hansen, L., Enevoldsen, K., Nielbo, K. 2021. Multilingual Sentiment Normalization for Scandinavian Languages. Scandinavian Studies in Language. (BFI 2)
  4. *Parsons, C. and Baglini, R. 2021. Peer review: The case for neutral language. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 25(8): 63-9-641 (BFI 2)
  5. Nielbo, K.L., Haestrup, F., Enevoldsen, K., Vahlstrup, P.B., Baglini, R., & Roepstorff, A. 2021. When no news is bad news – Detection of negative events from news media content. Digital Humanities Benelux Journal.
  6. Baglini, R., Kurm, A., Enevoldsen, K., & Hansen, L. 2021. Improving multilingual lexicon-based sentiment analysis for Scandinavian languages. Abstracts of the European Association for Digital Humanities (EADH).
  7. Nielbo, K. L., Baglini, R., Vahlstrup, P. B., Enevoldsen, K. C., Bechmann, A., & Roepstorff, A. 2021. News Information Decoupling: An Information Signature of Catastrophes in Legacy News Media. Abstracts of the European Association for Digital Humanities (EADH).
  8. *Baglini, R., & Hjorth, A. 2021. Natural Language Processing 4 All (NLP4All): A New Online Platform for Teaching and Learning NLP Concepts. Proceedings of the Fifth Workshop on Teaching NLP, Association for Computational Linguistics. 28–33. (BFI 1)
  9. Derczynski, L, and Baglini, M.Christiansen, M. Ciosici, J. Dalsgaard, R. Fusaroli, P. Henrichsen, R. Hvingelby, A. Kirkedal, A. Kjeldsen, C. Ladefoged, F. Nielsen, M. Petersen, J. Rystrøm, D. Varab. 2021. The Danish Gigaword Project. Proceedings of the 23rd Nordic Conference on Computational Linguistics. 413- 421. (BFI 1)
  10. Baglini, R. and Bar-Asher Siegal, E. 2020. Direct vs indirect causation: A new approach to an old problem. Proceedings of the 43rd Penn Linguistics Conference. Philadelphia: Penn Working Papers in Linguistics. 19–28.
  11. *Baglini, R. and Kennedy, C. 2018. Adjectives and event structure. In R. Truswell (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Event Structure. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 368–392. (BFI 2)
  12. Baglini, R. Expressive modifiers of manner and degree. Proceedings of the 54th Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  13. Baglini, R. Adjective-specific intensification in Wolof. Proceedings of the 36th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project.
  14. *Baglini, R. & Hjorth, A. 2018. Detecting sound-symbolism in an understudied language: An NLP-assisted approach Proceedings of the 92nd Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America.
  15. Baglini, R. & Francez, I. 2016. The implications of managing. The Journal of Semantics, 33 (3): 541-560. (BFI 2)
  16. Baglini, R. The semantics of quotative ideophones. In M. Moroney, C.-R. Little, J. Collard, and D. Burgdorf (eds.), Proceedings of Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 26.
  17. Baglini, R. Expressing property concepts without adjectives: New evidence from Wolof. Proceedings of the 49th Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society (CLS 49).
  18. Baglini, R. & L. Grenoble & M. Martinovic ́, 2016. Verbal gestures in Wolof. In R. Kramer, E. C. Zsiga, and O. Tlale Boyer (eds.), Selected Proceedings of the 44th Annual Conference on African Linguistics (ACAL 44): 110-121.
  19. Baglini, R. Property concepts and non-mereological semantics in Wolof. In the Proceedings of Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 25.
  20. Baglini, R. Deriving target and resultant states. Proceedings of the 31st Annual Meeting of the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics (WCCFL 31).
  21. Baglini, R. Reduced clausal structure in comparatives: Evidence from Wolof. In K. Carpenter, O. David, F. Lionnet, C. Sheil, T. Stark, and V. Wauters (eds.), Proceedings of the 38th Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistic Society.
  22. Baglini, R. The scalar source of stative passives. In Ana A. Guevara, A. Chernilovskaya, and R. Nouwen (eds.), Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 16, 1:29-41.
  23. Yu, A. & Abrego, C. & Baglini, R. & Grano, T. & Martinovic, M. & Otte III, C., Thomas, J. & Urban, J. 2010. ‘Mediating factors in phonetic imitation: perceived sexual orientation.’ University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 17(1):235-242.

Manuscripts in prep and under Review

  1. *Nielbo, K. L., Enevoldsen, K., Baglini, R., Fano, E., Roepstorff, A., Gao, J. Pandemic news information uncertainty: News dynamics mirror differential response strategies to COVID-19. (3,934 words) (Under review)
  2. *Baglini, R. & Bar-Asher Siegal, E. Modelling linguistic causation. (12,984 words) (Under review)
  3. Baglini, R. & Andersen, L.M. Evidence hierarchies in the public sphere: Anti-vaccine messaging and the language of the ‘gold standard’. (7,356 words)
  4. Baglini, R. Property concepts and semantic ontology: A Cross-linguistic Investigation. (68,812 words) (Under review)
  5. Baglini, R., Smuts, S., Peura, T. DanCoR: Coreference Resolution for Danish Twitter Conversations. (3341 words)
  6. Baglini, R. Structural Causal Models in computational semantics (9,360 words)
  7. Baglini, R.. What got Trump elected? Force dynamics and causative get. (8,591 words)
  8. Baglini, R., Kostan, J., Haestrup, F., Nielbo, K.L. EmoDynamics: Detecting and Characterizing Pandemic Sentiment Change Points on Danish Twitter. (5662 words)
  9. Baglini, R. Meaning/Betydning (Tænkepause) (11,008 words)
  10. Baglini, R.. Causative event structure and the independence of Voice and v. (4,377 words)