Chair
Language and Communication
Date of appointment 01.09.1988
Inaugural lecture date 19.01.1991
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Prof. dr. mr. Paul van den Hoven is professor of Language and Communication. His research concerns mainly the relation between socially and ideologically motivated rhetoric in text and the linguistic forms and other sign systems that constitute this rhetoric.

Van den Hovenis editor of the Utrecht Studies in Language and Communication.

Involved in the following study programme(s)
Scientific expertise
argument theory
applied linguistics

multimodality in the courtroom
Gegenereerd op 2017-06-27 14:23:19
All publications
  2017 - Articles
Gunawan, Elizabeth & van den Hoven, P.J. (2017). Global Brand Identity as a Network of Localized Meanings. International Journal of Marketing Studies, 9 (2), (pp. 56-67) (12 p.).
  2017 - Lectures
P.J. van den Hoven (31.03.2017). lecture/seminar. Waardoor worden rechters beïnvloed als zij luisteren en lezen?.
P.J. van den Hoven (24.04.2017). Lezing over juridisch taalgebruik. Eenvoudig beter?.
P.J. van den Hoven (03.04.2017). Two faces of Political Rhetoric.
  2016 - Book parts / chapters
van den Hoven, P.J. (2016). Hyperboles not turning to metaphors - How to explain audience cooperativeness?. In Yongping Ran & Yiqiong Zhang (Eds.), Applied Linguistics Research (pp. 115-130) (16 p.). Beijing: Higher Education Press [etc.].
van den Hoven, P.J. (2016). The Facebook judge? How transparency in social media conflicts with the Rule of Law. In E.T. Feteris, H. Kloosterhuis, H.J. Plug & C.E. Smith (Eds.), Legal Argumentation and the Rule of Law (pp. 69-77) (9 p.). The Hague: Eleven international publishing.
  2016 - Articles
van den Hoven, P.J. (2016). 批判修辞:一种新闻透明理论. Global Media Journal, 3 (4), (pp. 83-96) (12 p.).
  2016 - Lectures
P.J. van den Hoven (08.10.2016). “Overly literal translations, far from being faithful, actually distort meaning by obscuring sense” Ken Liu in the translators postscript of Cixin Liu’s The three-body problem. To convey ‘global’ ideas one needs localized discourses. This insight is keyed glocalization. Localizing discourse encompasses more than mere translating one ‘global’-template. Semiotic and rhetorical tools help to understand the process of localization as well as to discuss localized discourses. Semiotic analysis (the analysis of codes) explains why one discourse form (for example an image) may get different meanings on different localities, and why therefore conveying one particular ‘global’ meaning may require different discourse forms on different localities. Rhetorical analysis (the analysis of audiences) explains why a specific meaning may cause different responses on different localities, and why therefore pursuing one particular ‘global’ audience’s response may require different meanings. In this lecture I will apply semiotic and rhetoric tools to model relations between reality, discourse and audiences; to reflect on crucial concepts such as truth and validity; to discuss ‘global’ communication without naïve realism or unworkable relativism. Too abstract? Not at all! This is what we will be talking about. . Understanding glocalization: applying semiotic and rhetorical tools.
P.J. van den Hoven (17.06.2016). Creating a judicial cloud?. International Conference hof Arnhem-Leeuwarden.
P.J. van den Hoven (19.09.2016). Gold Mining, the Art of Rhetorical Discourse Analysis departs from the fundamental insight that “whatever relation to reality the discourse world may claim, it is always mediated by a narrator as well as by the interpretative acts of the audience” (p.43). Therefore the rhetorical analysis of ‘truth’ and ‘validity’ is necessarily always related to defeasible interpretations and evaluations. Some discourses, however, seem to challenge this rhetorical insight. Photographic legal evidence is a discourse genre that strongly invites an audience to go along with the rhetorically defeasible illusion that Neil Feigenson calls ‘naïve realism’. The rhetor claims to show ‘the reality of a certain time and place’; he claims the discourse is an image of truth. This makes photographic legal evidence an interesting genre to review the arguments from rhetoric that even this discourse construes reality. Even if we accept a (historical) reality to exist and if we accept that photography is a direct mechanical transcription (a “mirror with a memory”, according to Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr), still from a rhetorical perspective the discourse is not a mere vehicle to convey reality. This has implications for our thinking about truth and validity, in the context of criminal law, but a fortiori in many other contexts too. I found out that departing from this genre helps me to formulate questions concerning relations between discourse and (perceived) reality more precisely for genres (such as photojournalism, verbal reporting) that maintain even more complicated relations with a reality that they claim to be relevant for. It focuses our attention on the rhetorical devices that are employed to construe ‘truth’. . Discourse as visual evidence: rhetoric, truth and validity.
P.J. van den Hoven (18.03.2016). Honors course, Law Faculty, Leiden university. Oneigenlijke beinvloeding?.
P.J. van den Hoven (09.10.2016). Readers construct a major part (99+ %) of what they consider to be reality from journalist discourse. Many Chinese citizens, for example, consider it part of reality that on August 24 an earthquake hit Italy, killing at least 159 people, only because news media told them this did happen. Most of what we consider facts we construct from journalist reporting. A more complicated example: from media reports only many Chinese citizens have constructed a rich mental image of the build-up to the American presidential elections that they consider to be part of reality and from which they infer expectations about the future. Most of such ‘narratives’ covering complicated events that we assume to happen in our reality we construct from journalist discourse. Journalist reporting guides an audience towards constructing, enriching, adjusting its perception of reality and it influences its future behavior. This characterizes journalist reporting as an outstanding example of rhetorical discourse. Journalists construe discourse worlds (as every rhetor does). These discourse worlds entail a specific claim on their relation to reality (namely: to be true). Journalism as an institution guides its audiences towards acceptance of construed discourse worlds as valid elements in their mental representation of reality. This guidance is largely based on formal and institutional grounds, and is indicated by specific presentational choices. That is why Marcel Broersma, professor in journalist studies at Groningen university, considers journalist reporting performative discourse. It is as if the journalist institution performs a declaration: “Herewith I, respected journalist source, declare this to be your reality”, and the audience accepts this construction as valid. Readers of journalist reporting do not interpret the journalist reports as truthful because they correspond with other knowledge of the topic (although intertextual coherency is important). The construction is not from ‘world’ to discourse, but from discourse to ‘world’. They construct their reality because of the assumed truthfulness of the mediated discourse world. This is why rhetoric is so important to understand the dynamics of journalist reporting. Most of the journalist profession experiences typifying journalist reporting as rhetorical discourse as an attack. This is because journalist reporting is embedded in an ideology of ‘objectivity’, similar to judicial discourse and forms of historical discourse. This ideology of ‘objectivity’ goes along with an ideology of not being rhetorical, or being non-rhetorical. The professional institutions adhere to the conviction that not the discourse, but reality itself construes the audience’s perception of reality. The journalist (as well as the judge and the historian when reporting the facts) is merely a ‘neutrally mediating institution’. It is not entirely clear what this journalist ‘objectivity’ entails. Journalist theory on this issue is remarkably backward compared to the complicated and elaborated legal theories that try to back up the objectivity of judicial discourse or the historiographic theories that try to do the same for historical discourse. Among journalist professionals usually three requirements are emphasized: the reader can assume that factual expressions are always checked and can therefore be considered ‘true’; if an issue involves opinions from more than one side, the reader can assume that voices from all relevant sides were given an opportunity to be correctly reported; if the journalist source adds interpretations or even evaluations, the reader can easily identify these as they are clearly distinguished from the reporting parts. Observing these three requirements is assumed to result in a discourse that ‘truly’ presents reality while interpretations and evaluations of the journalist source merely transparently facilitate the reader to make sense of the facts. In this meeting I will argue that typifying journalist reporting as rhetorical discourse is not an attack at all. Considering journalist reporting as rhetorical discourse is compatible with adhering to ‘objectivity’ as an ideal of journalist reporting. It is necessary to apply rhetorical analysis on journalist reporting to understand and develop this ‘objectivity’ ideal. Without rhetorical theory, the only benchmark for journalist reporting is (an imaginary, unmediated perception of) reality. Departing, however, from the fundamental rhetorical insight that no discourse is ‘merely neutrally mediating’ and no discourse producer is ‘a neutrally mediating institution’, rhetorical discourse becomes an informative benchmark for journalist reporting. It makes sense to compare how in journalist discourse rhetorical devices are employed to construe discourse worlds compared to how these devices are employed in other rhetorical genres. It positions journalist reporting in close relation to other discourses that claim to maintain similar ‘truth’ and ‘validity’ relations with the audience’s reality: judicial and forms of historical discourse. It creates an articulated opposition to genres that do not claim to convey a ‘truth’ relation and ground their ‘validity’ on different principles (fiction films), or employ different ‘truth’ relations (documentaries). Rhetorical analysis of similarities and differences reveals the specific way journalist reporting construes its rhetorical claims and can even help to evaluate specific reports. We can trace the rhetorical dynamics that the use of rhetorical devices evokes, compare these with alternative presentations and evaluate the results in terms of the ‘objectivity’ ideology. During the meeting we will elaborate on the complex relations between the world conveyed by the discourse and the audience’s reality that this discourse claims to be relevant for. I will explain four devices (narrative comparison, argumentation, framing) that we employ when making meaning out of the ongoing, vastly complex stream of data to our senses and show how in the construction of rhetorical discourse the narrator employs the same four devices to structure the discourse world and therefore to guide the audience to attaching (ideational, interpersonal and textual) meaning to the discourse. In the course you will analyze brief reporting journalist discourses to experience and determine their rhetorical structure yourself. However, I hope and expect the course to be interactive. We can extend the discussion to genres with similar underlying ideologies (legal discourse, historical discourse); we can explore differences between journalist report and documentary report. This all depends on the interests of the participants (and the time available). . PhD seminar: Rhetorical analysis of journalist discourse.
P.J. van den Hoven (25.01.2016). Rechtbank breed seminar "Waardoor worden rechters beïnvloed als zij luisteren en lezen? Inhoud van de middag: De rechter leest veel en luistert veel. Zij of hij probeert daarbij informatie tot zich te nemen, zonder oneigenlijke beïnvloeding toe te laten. Toch treden er allerlei beïnvloedende mechanismes op. Hoe werkt dat en hoe kan de rechter zich ertegen wapenen?" . Oneigenlijke beinvloeding?.
  2015 - Books
van den Hoven, P.J. (01.07.2015). Gold Mining; the Art of Rhetorical Discourse Analysis. (407 p.). xiamen, PRC: Xiamen University Press.
  2015 - Articles
van den Hoven, P.J. (2015). Cognitive semiotics in argumentation; a theoretical exploration. Argumentation, 29, (pp. 157-176) (20 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. (2015). The judge on Facebook; neglecting a persistent ritual?. International Journal for Court Administration, 7 (1), (pp. 18-26) (9 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. (2015). The Judge On Facebook; Neglecting A Persistent Ritual? (republication). REVISTA FORUMUL JUDECÃTORILOR. Revistã semestrialã de atitudine ºi studii juridice, 2015 (2), (pp. 49-62) (24 p.). Re-publication on request of the editor.
  2015 - Lectures
P.J. van den Hoven (30.10.2015). A rhetorical approach to journalistic discourse.
P.J. van den Hoven (20.07.2015). Analyzing advertisements as rhetorical discourse??Connecting the level of the sign and the level of the rhetorical structure. Seminar on cross-cultural advertisement and semiotics.
P.J. van den Hoven (26.03.2015). Honors course, Law Faculty, Leiden university. Semiotiek en retoriek in de strafrechtspleging; een doos van Pandorra.
P.J. van den Hoven (25.09.2015). Invited speech. Narratives in public discourse.
P.J. van den Hoven (17.06.2015). Processing multimodal legal discourse; the case of Stanley ‘Tookie’ Williams. GTR15-Trento Days on Rhetoric.
P.J. van den Hoven (26.06.2015). The Facebook judge? How transparency in social media conflicts with the Rule of Law. Legal argumentation and the Rule of Law.
  2014 - Editorial
van den Hoven, P.J. (2014). Utrecht Series in language and Communication. Utrecht Studies in Language and Communication. Amsterdam, Atlanta: Rodopi
  2014 - Book parts / chapters
van den Hoven, P.J. (01.12.2014). 数字时代的公共演讲语艺修辞学. In zhan li (Eds.), 数字化时代的口语传播:理论、方法与实践——第一届海峡两岸口语传播学术研讨会论文集 (pp. 15-23) (9 p.). xiamen: Xiamen University Press.
  2014 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
van den Hoven, P.J. (2014). Commentary on: Anne-Maren Andersen’s “Pistis – the common ethos?”. In D. Mohammed & M. Lewiński (Eds.), Virtues of Argumentation - Proceedings of the 10th International Conference of the Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation (OSSA). 22-26 May 2013 (pp. 1-3) (3 p.). Windsor, Ontario: OSSA.
van den Hoven, P.J. (2014). Mimetics in judicial argumentation: A theoretical exploration. In D. Mohammed & M. Lewiński (Eds.), Virtues of Argumentation. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference of the Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation (OSSA). 22-26 May 2013 (pp. 1-8) (8 p.). Windsor, Ontario: OSSA.
  2014 - Lectures
P.J. van den Hoven (29.09.2014). Beeldgebruik in de digitale zittingzaal; rede bij de opening van de digitale zittingzaal Hof Leeuwarden. Leeuwarden, rede bij de opening van de digitale zittingzaal Hof Leeuwarden.
P.J. van den Hoven (04.07.2014). Cartoons, cognitive semiotics and indeterminate arguments. ISSA conference.
P.J. van den Hoven (06.12.2014). Lecture HYPERBOLES NOT TURNING INTO METAPHORS. How to explain audiences’ cooperativeness? . Third GDUFS Forum on Applied Linguistics.
P.J. van den Hoven (01.04.2014). Narratives in public discourse. Guangzhou, Lecture in School of English and Education of Guangdong University of Foreign Studies.
P.J. van den Hoven (17.12.2014). RHETORICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS. UNDERSTANDING A MEDIATED WORLD.
P.J. van den Hoven (28.04.2014). Social Media and Transparancy?. PINK IT, Pentalateral International Conference Information Technologies and Justics (PINK IT).
P.J. van den Hoven (31.03.2014). The semiotics of multimodal argumentation. Guangzhou, Lecture at the Sun Yat Sen University, Department for Informal Logic.
P.J. van den Hoven (31.03.2014). What is wrong with Chinese football [cartoons]? The cognitive processing of multi-domain cartoons. Guangzhou, Lecture at Guangdong University of Foreign Studies.
  2013 - Articles
van den Hoven, P.J. (2013). Chinese version of Getting your ad banned to bring the message home. China Media Report, 45 (1), (pp. 11-20) (10 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. (2013). The rhetoric of public speech in a digital era. Cross-strait media, 2013 (3), (pp. 44-47) (4 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. & Ying, Y. (2013). 多模态论辩话语重构:以美国广播公司一则新闻为例. Chinese Journal of Journalism and Communication, 35 (4), (pp. 62-75) (14 p.). Deze publicatie is een bewerkte vertaling van Van den Hoven & Ying 2013 in Argumentation Poetiken der Gegenwart.
  2013 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
van den Hoven, P.J. (2013). A chair is still a chair, even when there's no one sitting there: About the semiotics of the trivial. In Z Wasik, P Czajka & M Szawerna (Eds.), Alternate construals in language and linguistics (pp. 143-160) (18 p.). Wroclaw: Philological school of higher education in Wroclaw publishing.
van den Hoven, P.J. (2013). A Nice Clip to Get the Judge Favourably Disposed?. In H. Van Belle, P. Gillaerts, B. Van Gorp, D. Van de Mierop & K. Rutten (Eds.), Verbal and visual rhetoric in a media world (pp. 487-497) (11 p.). Leiden: Leiden University press.
van den Hoven, P.J. (2013). Rechters reflecteren op duidelijke taal. Een analyse van rechterlijk onderzoek. In R. Boogaart & H. Jansen (Eds.), Studies in taalbeheersing 4 (pp. 145-156) (12 p.). Assen: Koninklijke Van Gorcum.
  2013 - Lectures
P.J. van den Hoven (12.09.2013). Determining the arguer’s accountability in multimodal discourse: A theoretical challenge. New Delhi, 8-13 September 2013, 13th International Pragmatics Conference (New Delhi, 8-13 September 2013).
P.J. van den Hoven (25.04.2013). Een verkenning naar verbinding tussen vaardigheid en cognitie in postdoctoraal juridisch onderwijs. seminar: Hoe leert de juridisch professional van de toekomst?.
P.J. van den Hoven (31.01.2013). Hoe China naar Europa kijkt. Utrecht, Gastles Stedelijk Gymnasium.
P.J. van den Hoven (20.04.2013). VCI, the important illusion of immediacy. Antwerpen, International symposium Multilingual videoconferencing in Legal Proceedings.
  2012 - Articles
van den Hoven, P.J. (2012). Beeldgebruik in de rechtszaal. Van 'kijk zelf maar' naar 'laat maar zien'. Nederlands Juristenblad, 87 (6), (pp. 383-387) (5 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. (2012). Getting Your Ad Banned to Bring the Message Home? - A Rhetorical Analysis of an Ad on the US National Debt. Informal Logic, 324, (pp. 381-402) (21 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. (08.06.2012). Glokale neerlandistiek. Neder-L (1 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. (2012). The hidden narator: a semiotic reconstruction of the narrative actor network. Chinese Semiotic Studies, 6, (pp. 105-138) (34 p.).
  2012 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
van den Hoven, P.J. (2012). Nog eens een dubbelrol. Commentaar bij Evelien Feteris en Harm Kloosterhuis. In E.T Feteris, H. Kloosterhuis, H.J. Plug, J.A. Pontier & C.E. Smith (Eds.), Gewogen oordelen. Essays over argumentatie en recht. (pp. 263-268) (6 p.). Den Haag: Boom Juridische Uitgevers.
van den Hoven, P.J. (2012). The narrator and the interpreter in visual and verbal argumentation. In F.H. van Eemeren & B. Garssen (Eds.), Topical themes in argumentation theory. Twenty exploratory studies. (pp. 257-272) (16 p.). Dordrecht: Springer.
van den Hoven, P.J. (2012). The story behind the plot: About the propositionality of visually presented argumentation. In F. Zenker (Eds.), Argumentation: Cognition and Community. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of the 9th International Conference of the Ontario Society for the Study of Argumentation (OSSA), May 18-21, 2011. (CD ROM) (pp. 1-8) (8 p.). Windsor, Ontario: Dean Gordon, University of Windsor.
van den Hoven, P.J. (2012). Visuele argumentatie in het strafproces. In E. Feteris, H. Kloosterhuis, H.J. Plug, J.A. Pontier & C.E. Smith (Eds.), Gewogen oordelen. Essays over argumentatie en recht. (pp. 227-238) (12 p.). Den Haag: Boom Juridische Uitgevers.
  2012 - Lectures
P.J. van den Hoven (07.10.2012). Baidu versus Google. IASS Congress.
P.J. van den Hoven (21.06.2012). Convinctions in judicial procedures. Xiamen, PRC, invited lecture, Xiamen Law School.
P.J. van den Hoven (31.05.2012). Horen op afstand en Tante Hanny. utrecht, Studiedag Vidoeconferencing, rechtbank Utrecht.
P.J. van den Hoven (22.12.2012). Public Speech in a digital era. THE CROSS-STRAIT CONFERENCE ON SPEECH COMMUNICATION SPONSORED BY XIAMEN UNIVERSITY-SHIH HSIN UNIVERSITY. Speech Communication in Digital Era: Theory, Method and Pedagogy.
P.J. van den Hoven (19.02.2012). The argumentative reconstruction of multimodal public discourse. Xiamen, Invited lecture, Xiamen School of Communication and Journalism.
P.J. van den Hoven (20.04.2012). Van Kijk zelf maar naar Laat maar zien. almelo, eerste steen legging digitale zittingzaal rechtbank.
P.J. van den Hoven (27.10.2012). 修辞批判视角下的多模态话语分析-------以ABC一则电视新闻为例. The third biennial conference of the chinese rhetorical society of the world.
  2011 - Books
van den Hoven, P.J. (2011). Kijk zelf maar. Beeldgebruik in de rechtspleging. (156 p.). Den Haag: SDU.
  2011 - Articles
van den Hoven, P.J. (2011). Een strafrechtelijke uitspraak als tekstueel stelsel. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 33 (1), (pp. 5-16) (11 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. & Komter, M. (2011). Inleiding tot het themanummer intertekstualiteit in het strafrechtelijke discours. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 33 (1), (pp. 1-5) (5 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. (2011). The Unchangeable Judicial Formats. Argumentation, 25 (4), (pp. 499-511) (12 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. (2011). Waar zijn toch die precedenten. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 33 (1), (pp. 90-107) (17 p.).
  2011 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
van den Hoven, P.J. (2011). Iconicity in Visual and Verbal Argumentation. In F.H. van Eemeren, B. Garssen, D. Godden & G. Mitchell (Eds.), Seventh International Conference of the International Society for the Study of Argumentation. Proceedings (pp. 831-834) (4 p.). Amsterdam: Sic Sat.
  2011 - Lectures
P.J. van den Hoven (28.01.2011). (a)cross media: diegetic 'pictorials' and mimetic 'verbals'. antwerpen, retoric in society 3.
P.J. van den Hoven (14.10.2011). A Chinese perspective on Europe. Den Haag, 4 days 4 Europe.
P.J. van den Hoven (28.01.2011). A nice clip to get a favorably disposed judge?. antwerpen, retoric in society 3.
P.J. van den Hoven (16.07.2011). Integrated processing in multimodal argumentation. International Conference on Cognitive Linguistics.
P.J. van den Hoven (16.07.2011). Interpreting visual arguments in cartoons. International Conference on Cognitive Linguistics.
P.J. van den Hoven (14.05.2011). The rubberbands are broken;opening the ‘punctualized’ European administration of justice. MIT, Cambridge, Boston, Media in transition 7.
P.J. van den Hoven (19.05.2011). The story behind the plot: about the propositionality of visually presented argumentation. OSSA conference: argumentation, cognition and community.
  2010 - Book editorship
van den Hoven, P.J. (2010). Utrecht Series in language and Communication. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
  2010 - Articles
van den Hoven, P.J. (07.05.2010). Beeld is niet krachtiger dan taal. Brabants dagblad (1 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. (10.05.2010). Beeld is niet krachtiger dan taal. Nederlands Dagblad (1 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. (2010). Beeld  Taal. Over een strijd tussen beeld en taal, het strafproces en de taak van de geesteswetenschappen. Bewerking van een oratie uitgesproken op 7 mei 2010 te Tilburg. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 32 (3), (pp. 173-181) (8 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. (2010). Modeling the protagonist; the strategic use of discourse voices. Argumentation, 24, (pp. 475-487) (24 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. (2010). The intriguing iconic sign. Interstudia (Revista Centrului Interdisciplinar de Studiu al Formelor, 6, (pp. 37-49) (12 p.).
  2010 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
van den Hoven, P.J. (2010). Argumentative discourse as a sign. In J. Ritola (Eds.), Argument cultures (pp. 1-8) (8 p.). Windsor, Ontario: OSSA, OSSA conference 2009.
van den Hoven, P.J. (2010). Comments on the papers by Kloosterhuis and Feteris. In E.T. Feteris,, H. Kloosterhuis & H.J. Plug (Eds.), Argumentation and the application of Legal rules (pp. 74-85) (12 p.). Amsterdam: Sic Sac.
van den Hoven, P.J. (2010). Peircean Semiotics and Text Linguistic Models. Chinese Semiotic Studies (pp. 201-227) (27 p.). Nanjing: Nanjing Normal University Press.
  2010 - Inaugural speech
van den Hoven, P.J. (07.05.2010). Beeld  Taal. Over een strijd tussen beeld en taal, het strafproces en de taak van de geesteswetenschappen. (24 p.). Tilburg: prisma print, Rede, uitgesproken bij de openbare aanvaarding van het ambt van hoogleraar Taal en Communicatie aan de Universiteit van Tilburg op 7 mei 2010.
  2010 - Lectures
P.J. van den Hoven (18.09.2010). a chair is still a chair, even when there's no one sitting there; about the semiotics of the trivial. Conference on alternate construals in language, literature and culture.
P.J. van den Hoven (30.06.2010). Iconicity in verbal and visual argumentation. conference ISSA.
P.J. van den Hoven (16.10.2010). Multimodality. workshop School for Communication and Journalism, Xiamen University.
P.J. van den Hoven (29.05.2010). The unchangeble judicial formats. antwerpen, ABC European Convention.
P.J. van den Hoven (18.10.2010). Visual argumentation in the courtroom. Hangzhou, Lecture Research Center for Langauge and Cognition, Zhejiang University.
P.J. van den Hoven (22.10.2010). Visual argumentation in the courtroom, a case of functional multimodality. Sociolinguistics seminar Peking University.
P.J. van den Hoven (11.04.2010). Zhejiang-Utrecht 2010 seminar on Discourse and Cognition. symposium.
  2009 - Articles
van den Hoven, P.J. (2009). De mythe van het taalkundige argument. Rechtsgeleerd Magazijn Themis (2), (pp. 86-90) (5 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. (2009). Peirceaanse semiotiek en tekstlinguistische modellen. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 31 (3), (pp. 195-213) (19 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. (2009). Representing tradition within the process of rebranding. Revista Romana de Jurnalism i Comunicare, 3, (pp. 19-23) (5 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. & Plug, J. (2009). Wat Promis kan leren over de begrijpelijkheid van rechtstaal. Nederlands Juristenblad, 84, (pp. 1156-1160) (5 p.).
  2009 - Lectures
P.J. van den Hoven (05.06.2009). Argumentative Discourse as a sign. Windsor, Canada, OSSA 2009.
P.J. van den Hoven (06.05.2009). Interpreting an audio-visual text: cognitive semiotics and discourse analysis. Xiamen University, China, Lecture Department for Communication and Journalism Xiamen University.
P.J. van den Hoven (13.05.2009). Interpreting an audio-visual text: cognitive semiotics and discourse analysis. Workshop Zhejiang University, Research Center for Language and Cognition.
P.J. van den Hoven (18.10.2009). Keynote: The Intriguing Iconic Sign. International Conference on Individual and Specific Signs; Cultural Spaces and Identities in (inter) action.
P.J. van den Hoven (18.05.2009). Lectures/ workshops: Sign Processes in the Law Court and the Functions of Judicial Argumentation in the West and Cultural Discourse Analysis. Nanjing, China, Nanjing University, Sociolinguistics Labatory.
P.J. van den Hoven (16.12.2009). The hidden narrator in Western discourse; an invitation to seek for comparative research. The China seminars in sociolinguistics, Peking University.
P.J. van den Hoven (17.12.2009). The intriguing iconic sign. The China seminars in sociolinguistics, Peking University.
P.J. van den Hoven (11.05.2009). The intriguing iconic sign. Hangzhou, China, Lecture Zhejiang University, Research Center for Language and Cognition.
  2008 - Articles
van den Hoven, P.J. (2008). [Besprekingsartikel over] Judith Kamalski. Coherence marking, comprehension and persuasion. On the processing and representation of discourse. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 30 (1), (pp. 97-102) (6 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. & Plug, J. (2008). Naar een verbetering van strafmotiveringen. Een onderzoek naar de effectiviteit van het PROMIS model. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 30 (3), (pp. 249-267) (19 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. & Plug, J. (2008). Veranderingen binnen tekstgenres. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 30 (3), (pp. 221-223) (3 p.).
  2008 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
van den Hoven, P.J. (2008). Cultural Discourse Analysis and the Cognitive Process. In Botz-Bornstein, Th. (Eds.), Culture, Nature, Memes (pp. 2-34) (33 p.). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
van den Hoven, P.J. (2008). Sign Processes in the Law Court and the Functions of Judicial Argumentation in the West. In T. Suzuki & T. Kato (Eds.), Argumentation, the Law and justice. Proceedings of the 3rd Tokyo Conference on Argumentation (pp. 82-86) (5 p.). Tokyo: The Japan Debate Association.
  2008 - Lectures
P.J. van den Hoven (17.12.2008). De effectiviteit van het PROMIS model. Amsterdam, Viot.
P.J. van den Hoven (13.04.2008). Playing the protagonist. 2nd International Conference on Argumentation, Rhetoric, Debate and the Pedagogy of Empowerment.
P.J. van den Hoven (09.08.2008). Sign Processes in the Law Court and the Functions of Judicial Argumentation in the West. 3rd Tokyo Conference on Argumentation. The Japan Debate Association.
P.J. van den Hoven (13.09.2008). Some speculative remarks concerning the media ecological position of Chinese written discourse. Utrecht, China Delegation sociolinguistics.
P.J. van den Hoven (31.10.2008). Who is talking. Some annotations on Strategic manoeuvring with interpretative arguments in legal decisions. Amsterdam, Argumentation and the application of legal rules.
  2007 - Articles
van den Hoven, P.J. (2007). Causale relaties: een onomasiologische benadering. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 29 (2), (pp. 97-134) (38 p.).
  2007 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
van den Hoven, P.J. (2007). De betekenis van interpretatiemethoden. In E.T. Feteris & H. Kloosterhuis (Eds.), Alles afwegende... Bijdragen aan het 5e symposium juridische argumentatie (pp. 245-249) (5 p.). Nijmegen: Ars ASequi Libri.
  2007 - Lectures
P.J. van den Hoven (01.01.2007). co-projectleider. Chinese Creative Cities, mede_financiers: Picknick Conference, samenwerking_met: Da Tong.
P.J. van den Hoven (13.04.2007). Cultural Discourse Analysis and the Cognitive Process. Second International Conference on Multicultural Discourse.
P.J. van den Hoven (30.05.2007). Cultural Discourse Analysis and the Cognitive Process. Discourse Processes.
P.J. van den Hoven (22.06.2007). De betekenis van interpretatiemethoden. Rotterdam, Symposium Juridische Argumentatie.
P.J. van den Hoven (17.06.2007). Domains of causality. ISSA conference.
P.J. van den Hoven (11.05.2007). Manipulating Worlds: From Pragma-Epistemic to Socio-Physical Domain. Hangzhou, China, Cognition and Culture.
P.J. van den Hoven (25.05.2007). Sign Processes in the Law Court and the Functions of Judicial Argumentation in the West. Legal Discourse.
  2006 - Articles
van den Hoven, P.J. (2006). Causale connectieven in argumentatietheoretisch perspectief. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 28 (4), (pp. 302-323) (22 p.).
  2006 - Lectures
P.J. van den Hoven (28.03.2006). Cognitive linguistics and discourse analysis. Hangzhou, China, Invited guest Zhejiang University.
P.J. van den Hoven (27.11.2006). Symposium strategisch argumenteren. vakgerichte demonstratie.
P.J. van den Hoven (12.05.2006). The Myth of Law. Xiamen, China, Invited guest Xiamen University.
P.J. van den Hoven (19.05.2006). The rhetorical power of causal connectives. Hangzhou, Invited guest Zhejiang University.
  2003 - Articles
van den Hoven, P.J. (2003). Doende over haar eigendom te beschikken. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 25, (pp. 75-86) (12 p.).
  2002 - Books
van den Hoven, P.J. (2002). De mythe van het recht. Over een betekenis van het rechterlijk discours. Utrecht: Universiteit Utrecht.
van Eemeren, F., van den Hoven, P.J., Jansen, C. & Schellens, P.J. (2002). Tussenstand. 25 jaar Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing. Assen: Koninklijke Van Gorcum.
  2002 - Articles
van den Hoven, P.J. (2002). Enige argumentatietheoretische overwegingen naar aanleiding van een oud arrest. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 24 (1), (pp. 32-49) (18 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. (2002). Overzicht van lopende promotieprojecten. Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing, 24, (pp. 367-381) (15 p.).
  2001 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
van den Hoven, P.J. (2001). Een compositie lezen; de semiotiek van ordening en selectie. In A. Zuiderent & E. van der Starre (Eds.), De tweede gisting; over de compositie van dichtbundels (pp. 63-72) (10 p.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  1999 - Articles
van den Hoven, P.J. (1999). Toch ook maar corpusonderzoek?. Nederlandse taalkunde, 4 (4), (pp. 357-362) (6 p.).
  1999 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
van den Hoven, P.J. (1999). De rechtstheoretische dimensie van een tomaat. In P.W. Brouwer (Eds.), Drie dimensies van het recht (pp. 185-196) (12 p.). Den Haag: Boom Juridische Uitgevers.
  1998 - Book parts / chapters
van den Hoven, P.J. (1998). Argumentatietheorie. In E. Blom & A.-L. Jansen (Eds.), Tijdperk Taal! (pp. 220-229) (10 p.). Den Haag: Holland Academic Graphics.
van den Hoven, P.J. (1998). Een vertaling die geen vertaling mag zijn. Over artikel 33 van het Verdrag van Wenen en andere vreemde zaken. In H. Bloemen, J. Hulst & N. de Jong-van den Berg (Eds.), De kracht van vertaling - verrijking van taal en cultuur (pp. 40-47) (8 p.). Utrecht: Platform Vertalen en Vertaalwetenschap.
  1997 - Articles
van Eemeren, F., Houtlosser, P. & van den Hoven, P.J. (1997). Connectieven en indicatoren. Taalbeheersing, 19, (pp. 193-195) (3 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. (1997). Niet wij doen het, maar het recht!. Taalbeheersing, 19, (pp. 207-214) (8 p.).
van den Hoven, P.J. (1997). The dilemma of Normativity: how to interpret a rational reconstruction. Argumentation, 11, (pp. 411-417) (7 p.).
  1997 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
van den Hoven, P.J. (1997). Introduction. In L. Lentz & H.P.M. Pander Maat (Eds.), Discourse Analysis and Evaluation: Functional approaches (pp. 1-6) (6 p.). Amsterdam/Atlanta: Rodopi.
  1996 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
van Eemeren, F. & van den Hoven, P.J. (18.12.1996). Argumentatie en retorica. In H. van den Bergh, D. Janssen, N. Bertens & M. Damen (Eds.), Taalgebruik ontrafeld. Bijdragen van het zevende VIOT-taalbeheersingscongres gehouden op 18, 19 en 20 december 1996 aan de Universiteit van Utrecht (pp. 1-4) (4 p.). Dordrecht: Foris Publications, Zevende VIOT-taalbeheersingscongres.
  1993 - Books
Lentz, L.R., van den Hoven, P.J., Sturm, J. & Vonk, V. (1993). Taal in onderwijs en organisatie. Een vlootschouw van onderzoek. Utrecht: Centre for Language and Communication.
  0 - Editorial activity
P.J. van den Hoven (0). International journal for the semiotics of law.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). International journal for the semiotics of law.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Karakter, Tijdschrift van wetenschap.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Karakter, Tijdschrift van wetenschap.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Karakter, Tijdschrift van wetenschap.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Karakter, Tijdschrift van wetenschap.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Karakter, Tijdschrift van wetenschap.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Karakter, Tijdschrift van wetenschap.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Karakter, Tijdschrift van wetenschap.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Nederlandse taalkunde.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Nederlandse taalkunde.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Nederlandse taalkunde.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Nederlandse taalkunde.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Nederlandse taalkunde.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Nederlandse taalkunde.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Nederlandse taalkunde.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Perspectieven op Taalgebruik.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Taalbeheersing.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Taalbeheersing.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Tijdschrift voor Taalbeheersing.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Utrecht Studies in Language and Communication. Amsterdam, Atlanta: Rodopi.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Utrecht Studies in Language and Communication. Amsterdam, Atlanta: Rodopi.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Utrecht Studies in Language and Communication. Amsterdam, Atlanta: Rodopi.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Utrecht Studies in Language and Communication. Amsterdam, Atlanta: Rodopi.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Utrecht Studies in Language and Communication. Amsterdam, Atlanta: Rodopi.
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Utrecht Studies in Language and Communication. Amsterdam, Atlanta: Rodopi.
  0 - Contribution to the work of national or international committees and working groups
P.J. van den Hoven (0). Voorzitter.
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Currently prof. dr. mr. Paul van den Hoven teaches the following course(s):
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Additional functions and activities

Chair professor at the School ofJournalism andCommunication of Xiamen University, China

Member of the didactic advisory board of OSR

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