2021. Poortvliet, Marjolein. Early Alternatives to Dutch Copular Constructions: A Comparison of Descriptive Perception Verb Usage in Two Bible Translations. Transactions of the Philological Society. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-968X.12215
2021. Schoenmakers, Gert-Jan, Marjolein Poortvliet and Jeannette Schaeffer. Topicality and anaphoricity in Dutch scrambling. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11049-021-09516-z.
2017. Poortvliet, Marjolein. The grammaticalization of Dutch klinken. Journal of Historical Linguistics 7(1/2), pp. 190-212. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
2017. Poortvliet, Marjolein. Proeven as an Acquired Taste: Semantic Change Among Gustatory Verbs, from Early Middle Dutch to Present-Day Dutch. In: Sander Lestrade and Bert Le Bruyn (eds.), Linguistics in the Netherlands 34, pp. 111-126. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
2016. Poortvliet, Marjolein. Copy raising in English, German and Dutch: synchrony and diachrony. Journal of Germanic Linguistics, 28(4), pp. 370–402. Cambridge University Press.
2015. Poortvliet, Marjolein. An LFG approach to nested dependencies in Dutch. In: Butt, Miriam & Tracy Holloway King (eds) Proceedings of the LFG2015 Conference, Waseda University, Tokyo. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.
Messier than we thought, it seems: revisiting the syntactic development of seem during 1150-1710.
Detecting semantic change: A corpus-based analysis of the emergence of the senses of transitive disappear.
Laws of attraction: the cognitive mechanisms behind categorial incursion in English change-of-state copular constructions.
The grammaticalization of perception: A corpus analysis of descriptive perception verbs in Dutch.