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Cambridge Language Sciences

Interdisciplinary Research Centre
 
Read more at: Dr Alpo Honkapohja

Dr Alpo Honkapohja

Middle English; Historical Multilingualism; Manuscripts


Read more at: Professor Máire Ní Mhaonaigh

Professor Máire Ní Mhaonaigh

Medieval Irish language;
medieval Welsh language;
Celtic philology

Conference proceedings

2023 (Accepted for publication)

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2023 (Accepted for publication). The Scandinavian Influence on Irish Vocabulary: Evidence from the Electronic Dictionary of the Irish Language (eDIL)
    Doi: 10.17863/CAM.104744
  • Journal articles

    2023

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2023. Irish World Annals and Universal Chronicling: Medieval Irish Annals and their 'Global Turn' Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium 40 (2021),
  • 2021

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M. and Tyler, EM., 2021. The language of history-writing in the ninth century: an entangled approach JOURNAL OF MEDIEVAL HISTORY, v. 47
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1080/03044181.2021.1972692
  • 2020

  • Clarke, M. and Mhaonaigh, MN., 2020. The ages of the world and the ages of man: Irish and European learning in the twelfth century Speculum, v. 95
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1086/708036
  • 2017 (Accepted for publication)

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2017 (Accepted for publication). The Peripheral Centre: Writing History on the 'Western Fringe' Interfaces: A Journal of Medieval European Literatures, v. 4
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.13130/interfaces-04-05
  • 2015

  • Ní Mhaonaigh, M., 2015. <i>The Growth of Literature</i>: The Celtic Dimension Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies, v. 69-70
  • 2012

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2012. A neglected account of the Battle of Clontarf Zeitschrift fuer celtische Philologie,
  • 2011

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2011. Cormac mac Cuilennáin: king, bishop and 'wondrous sage' Zeitschrift fuer Celtische Philologie, v. 58
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1515/9783110223354.109
  • 2003

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2003. Review of Celtic and early Christian Wexford, AD 400-1166 Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies, v. 58
  • 2002

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2002. Drama and the performing arts in pre-Cromwellian Ireland: A repertory of sources and documents from earliest times to c.1642 MEDIUM AEVUM, v. 71
  • 1999

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 1999. Proceedings of the Third Symposium of Societas Celtologica Nordica held in Oslo 1-2 November 1991 CAMBR MEDIEV CELT ST,
  • 1998

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 1998. A Celtic florilegium. Studies in memory of Brendan O Hehir CAMBR MEDIEV CELT ST,
  • 1997

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 1997. Some Middle-Irish declensional patterns in 'Cogad Gaedel re Gallaib' (Celtic philology) Z CELT PHILOL, v. 49
  • Ní Mhaonaigh, M., 1997. Some middle irish declensional patterns in Cogad Gáedel re Gallaib Zeitschrift fur Celtische Philologie, v. 49-50
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1515/zcph.1997.49-50.1.615
  • 1996

  • Ní Mhaonaigh, M., 1996. <i>Cogad Gáedel re Gallaib</i> and the Annals: A Comparison Ériu, v. 47
  • 1995

  • Ní Mhaonaigh, M., 1995. The date of <i>Cogad Gáedel re Gallaib</i> Peritia, v. 9
    Doi: 10.1484/j.peri.3.255
  • Book chapters

    2021

  • Ní Mhaonaigh, M., 2021. Of Bede's 'Five Languages and Four Nations': The Earliest Writing from Ireland, Scotland and Wales
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1017/CHO9781139035637.006
  • 2018 (No publication date)

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2018 (No publication date). A man of two faces: Máel Sechnaill mac Domnaill in Middle Irish sources
  • 2018

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2018. Verbal Play in Early Medieval Ireland
  • Mhaonaigh, MN., 2018. Perception and Reality: Ireland<i>c</i>.980–1229
    Doi: 10.1017/9781316275399.009
  • Ní Mhaonaigh, M., 2018. Writing in Medieval Ireland in the First-Person Voice
  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2018. Universal History and the Book of Ballymote
  • 2017

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., Edwards, N. and Flechner, R., 2017. Converting the Isles: Reflections and Reconsiderations
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.8521
  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2017. From Story to History: Narrating Conversion in Medieval Ireland
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.8520
  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M. and Edwards, N., 2017. Transforming Landscapes of Belief in the Early Medieval Insular World and Beyond: An Introduction
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.8517
  • Ní Mhaonaigh, M., 2017. Glorious by Association: the Obituary of Brian Boru
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.26938
  • 2016

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2016. Caraid tairisi – literary links between Ireland and England in the eleventh century
  • Flechner, R. and Ní Mhaonaigh, M., 2016. Introduction
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1484/m.celama-eb.5.108734
  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2016. Légen hÉrenn: "The Learning of Ireland" in the Early Medieval Period
  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2016. Epilogue: Converting the Isles: Continuity and Transformation
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1484/M.CELAMA-EB.5.108755
  • Flechner, R. and Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2016. Introduction
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1484/M.CELAMA-EB.5.108734
  • 2015

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2015. The Hectors of Ireland and the Western World
  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2015. Seanchas traidisiúnta, idirnáisiúnta: cruthú na staire in Éirinn san aonú agus sa dara haois déag
  • 2014

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2014. Prized for a Thousand Years
  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2014. Poetic Authority in Middle Irish Narrative: a Case Study
  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2014. 'The Metaphorical Hector': the Literary Portrayal of Murchad mac Briain
  • 2013

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2013. 'The Celts' and 'The Celtic Language'
  • 2011

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2011. Mongán’s metamorphosis: Compert Mongáin ocus Serc Duibe Lacha do Mongán, a later Mongán tale.
  • 2009

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2009. Celtic and Anglo-Saxon kingship’ revisited: Alfred, Æthelred and Brian Bórama Compared.
  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2009. Of Saxons, a Viking and Normans: Colmán, Gerald and the monastery of Mayo.
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.5871/bacad/9780197264508.003.0018
  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2009. in, Toirdelbach' ...
  • 2004

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2004. Níall Noígíallach's Death-tale. In Cín Chille Cúile
  • 1998

  • Ní Mhaonaigh, M., 1998. Friend and Foe: Vikings in Ninth- and Tenth-Century Irish Literature
  • Books

    2019

  • Arbuthnot, S., Máire, NM. and Toner, G., 2019. A History of Ireland in 100 Words
  • 2018

  • Rowe, EA., Etchingham, C., Sigurdsson, JV. and Ní Mhaonaigh, M., 2018. Norse-Gaelic Contacts in a Viking World: Studies in the Literature and History of Norway, Iceland, Ireland and the Isle of Man
  • 2012 (No publication date)

  • Ni Mhaonaigh, M., 2012 (No publication date). Cogadh Gáedhel re Gallaibh: a Critical Edition and Commentary
  • 2007

  • Mhaonaigh, MN., 2007. Brian Boru
  • 1998

  • 1998. Ireland and Scandinavia in the Early Viking Age
  • Other publications

    2016

  • 2016. The Introduction of Christianity into the Early Medieval Insular World
    Doi: 10.1484/m.celama-eb.5.108730

  • Read more at: Professor Paul Russell

    Professor Paul Russell

    Multilingualism and language contact; medieval linguistic analysis and thought; spelling systems; morphology and word formation; medieval translation


    Read more at: Dr Mina Gorji

    Dr Mina Gorji

    The relationship between literary and spoken language

    Journal articles

    2021

  • Gorji, M., 2021. Listening for Stars The Poetry Review, v. 111
  • 2020

  • Gorji, M., 2020. John Clare and the Language of Listening Romanticism: the journal of romantic culture and criticism, v. 26
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.3366/rom.2020.0461
  • 2019

  • Gorji, M., 2019. Being unsituated: Christina Rossetti's prepositions Nineteenth-Century Contexts, v. 41
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1080/08905495.2018.1545426
  • 2011

  • Gorji, M., 2011. Five Poems PN Review, v. 37
  • 2009

  • Gorji, M., 2009. John Clare and the Poetics of Mess Moveable Type, v. 5
  • 2007

  • Gorji, M., 2007. Gothic Heritage Textus: English Studies in Italy, v. 20
  • 2005

  • Gorji, M., 2005. Poems of the middle period V: 1822-1837. REV ENGL STUD, v. 56
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1093/res/hgi066
  • Gorji, M., 2005. Clare's 'Merry England' John Clare Society Journal, v. 24
  • 2004

  • Gorji, M., 2004. Clare’s Awkwardness Essays in Criticism: A Quarterly Journal of Literary Criticism, v. 54
  • Gorji, M., 2004. The savage in our city Third Text, v. 18
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1080/0952882032000182703
  • Books

    2020

  • Gorji, M., 2020. Art of Escape
  • 2013

  • Gorji, M., 2013. Rude Britannia
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.4324/9780203390153
  • 2013. Class and the Canon: Constructing Labouring-Class Poetry and Poetics, 1750-1900
  • 2008

  • Gorji, M., 2008. John Clare and the place of poetry
  • Book chapters

    2013

  • Gorji, M., 2013. John Clare and the Triumph of Little Things
  • 2012

  • Gorji, M., 2012. Burns’s sentiments: Gray, Milton and To a Mountain-Daisy.
  • Gorji, M., 2012. John Clare’s Weeds
  • 2009

  • Gorji, M., 2009. Everyday Poetry: William Hone's Popular Anthology
  • Gorji, M., 2009. Every-day poetry: William Hone, popular antiquarianism, and the literary anthology
  • 2007

  • Gorji, M., 2007. John Gay, The Shepherd's Week
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1002/9780470996638.ch11
  • 2006

  • Gorji, M., 2006. Burying Bloomfield: Poetical Remains and 'the Unlettered Muse'
  • Gorji, M., 2006. John Gay, <i>The Shepherd's Week</i>
  • 2000

  • Gorji, M., 2000. Clare and Community: The 'Old Poets' and the <i>London Magazine</i>

  • Read more at: Prof Richard Dance

    Prof Richard Dance

    Book chapters

    2023

  • Dance, R., 2023. The Poetic Field, I: Old and Middle English Language and Poetry
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780198827429.003.0005
  • 2018

  • Dance, R., 2018. The Horns of a Dilemma: Finding the Viking Influence on Medieval English Vocabulary
  • 2017

  • Dance, R., 2017. English Contact: Norse
  • 2016

  • Dance, RW., 2016. North Sea Currents: Old English and Old Norse in Comparison and in Contact
  • 2012 (No publication date)

  • Dance, RW., 2012 (No publication date). English in Contact: Norse
  • Dance, RW., 2012 (No publication date). 'Tor for to telle': Words Derived from Old Norse in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
  • 2011

  • Dance, RW., 2011. “Tomar3an hit is awane”: Words Derived from Old Norse in Four Lambeth Homilies.
  • 2010

  • Dance, RW., 2010. The Old English Language and the Alliterative Tradition. In A Companion to Medieval Poetry
  • 2008

  • Dance, RW., 2008. Glossary and assorted Notes to edition of Ancrene Wisse
  • 2006

  • Dance, RW., 2006. “Þær wearð hream ahafen”: A Note on Old English Spelling and the Sound of The Battle of Maldon’ in The power of words
  • 2004

  • Dance, R., 2004. Sound, Fury, and Signifiers; or Wulfstan's Language
  • 2003

  • Dance, R., 2003. The AB Language: The Recluse, the Gossip and the Language Historian
  • Journal articles

    2022

  • Dance, R., 2022. The Dynastic Drama of Beowulf ENGLISH HISTORICAL REVIEW, v. 137
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1093/ehr/ceac065
  • 2018

  • Dance, R., 2018. Words Derived from Old Norse in <i>Sir Gawain and the Green Knight</i>: An Etymological Survey: Volume 2 Transactions of the Philological Society, v. 116
  • 2015

  • Dance, R., 2015. H. M. Chadwick and Old English Philology Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies, v. 69-70
  • Dance, RW., 2015. Getting A Word In: Contact, Etymology and English Vocabulary in the Twelfth Century Journal of the British Academy, v. 2
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.5871/bacad/9780197265864.003.0007
  • 2011 (Accepted for publication)

  • Dance, RW., 2011 (Accepted for publication). Ealde æ, niwæ la3e: Two Words for “Law” in the Twelfth Century New Medieval Literatures, v. 13
  • 2004

  • Dance, R., 2004. North Sea Currents: Old English-Old Norse Relations, Literary and Linguistic Literature Compass, v. 1
    Doi: 10.1111/j.1741-4113.2004.00117.x
  • 2001

  • Dance, R., 2001. Two difficult words in "AB" (Early-13th-century South-West Midland scribal dialect) NEOPHILOLOGUS, v. 85
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1023/A:1011849417720
  • 2000

  • Dance, R., 2000. Is the verb <i>Die</i> derived from Old Norse?: A review of evidence ENGLISH STUDIES, v. 81
    Doi: 10.1076/0013-838X(200007)81:4;1-F;FT368
  • 1999

  • Dance, R., 1999. <i>The Battle of Maldon</i> Line 91 and the Origins of <i>Call</i> Neuphilologische Mitteilungen: Bulletin de la Société Néophilologique/Bulletin of the Modern Language Society, v. 100
  • Dance, R., 1999. The 'Battle of Maldon', line 91, and the origins of <i>call</i> (Old English etymology) NEUPHILOLOGISCHE MITTEILUNGEN, v. 100
  • Books

    2019

  • Dance, RW., 2019. Words Derived from Old Norse in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: An Etymological Survey
  • 2012

  • 2012. The Use and Development of Middle English
  • 2003

  • Dance, R., 2003. Words Derived from Old Norse in Early Middle English: Studies in the Vocabulary of the South-West Midland Texts

  • Read more at: Professor Laura Wright

    Professor Laura Wright

    History of the English language; history of London English; historical codeswitching; lexical sociolinguistics

    Journal articles

    2024 (Published online)

  • Wright, L., 2024 (Published online). Peter Trudgill, The long journey of English: A geographical history of the language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2023. Pp ix, 177. Pb. £19. Language in Society,
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1017/s0047404524000150
  • 2024

  • Wright, L., 2024. On Words for London Wharves London Journal, v. 49
    Doi: 10.1080/03058034.2022.2156153
  • 2023 (No publication date)

  • Wright, L., 2023 (No publication date). london wharves London Journal,
  • 2020

  • Wright, L., 2020. On early and late modern english non-native suffix -oon International Journal of English Studies, v. 20
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.6018/ijes.370551
  • 2019 (Accepted for publication)

  • Wright, L., 2019 (Accepted for publication). On Early and Late Modern English non-native suffix -oon International Journal of English Studies,
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.6018/ijes.370551
  • 2019

  • Wright, L. and Langmuir, C., 2019. Interpreting charles Lamb's 'Neat-bound books' Studia Anglica Posnaniensia, v. 54
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.2478/stap-2019-0008
  • 2018

  • Wright, LC., 2018. On the East India Company vocabulary of St Helena in the late 17th and early 18th century World Englishes, v. 36
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1111/weng.12286
  • 2015

  • Wright, LC., 2015. Some more on the history of present-tense -s, do and zero: West Oxfordshire, 1837 Journal of Historical Sociolinguistics, v. 1
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1515/jhsl-2015-0005
  • Wright, L., 2015. From Lavender Water to Kiss Me, You Dare!: Shifting Linguistic Norms in the Perfume Industry, 1700-1900 Textus,
  • 2012

  • Wright, L., 2012. On Cribby Islands. Journal of the English Place-Name Society,
  • 2011

  • Wright, LC., 2011. The Nomenclature of some French and Italian Fireworks in Eighteenth-Century London The London Journal, v. 36
  • Wright, L., 2011. Semantic Shift of the Colour-Terms <i>Maroon</i> and <i>Magenta</i> in British Standard English Revista de Lenguas para Fines Específicos, v. 17
  • Wright, LC., 2011. Semantic shift of the colour-terms maroon and magenta in British Standard English Revista de Lengua para Fines Específicos, v. 17
  • 2004

  • Wright, LC., 2004. Daniel Schreier. Isolation and Language Change: Contemporary and Sociohistorical Evidence from Tristan da Cunha English. Palgrave Macmillan. xiv + 237 ISBN 1403904073 English Language and Linguistics, v. 8
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1017/S1360674304231343
  • 2002

  • Wright, LC., 2002. Third person plural present-tense markers in London prisoners’ depositions, 1562-1623 American Speech: a quarterly of linguistic usage, v. 77
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1215/00031283-77-3-242
  • Wright, LC., 2002. Code-intermediate phenomena in medieval mixed-language business texts Language Sciences, v. 24
  • 2001

  • Wright, LC., 2001. Ronald E. Kephart, 2000. “Broken English”: The Creole Language of Carriacou. Studies in Ethnolinguistics Vol. 6. New York, etc.: Peter Lang, 2000 The Carrier Pidgin, v. 28
  • Wright, L., 2001. Third person singular present-tense -s, -th and zero, 1575 - 1648 American Speech, v. 76
  • 2000

  • Wright, LC., 2000. Social Context, structural categories and medieval business writing Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, v. 3
  • 1998

  • 1998. Stylistics: A practical coursebook By Laura Wright and Jonathan Hope (review) Language, v. 74
    Doi: 10.1353/lan.1998.0090
  • 1997

  • 1997. Language Contact through Trade in the Late Middle Ages: Middle Low German and Other North European Languages Multilingua: Journal of Cross-Cultural and Interlanguage Communication, v. 16
  • Wright, LC., 1997. Terttu Nevalainen and Helena Raumolin-Brunberg (eds) Sociolinguistics and Language History: Studies based on the Corpus of Early English Correspondence Linguistica Antwerpiensia, v. 31
  • Wright, LC., 1997. Derek Britton (ed.), English HIstorical Linguistics. Papers from the 8th International Conference on English HIstorical Linguistics, Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 1996 Notes and Queries: for readers and writers, collectors and librarians, v. 242
  • Wright, L., 1997. English historical linguistics 1994. Papers from the 8th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics NOTES QUERIES, v. 44
  • Wright, LC., 1997. Sex differences in Historical Syntax: Early Modern Testimonies in the MS Minutes of the Court of Governors of the Royal Hospitals of Bridewell and Bethlem 1559-1599 Studia Anglica Posnaniensia, v. 31
  • Wright, LC., 1997. The records of Hanseatic merchants: ignorant, sleepy or degenerate? Multilingua: journal of cross-cultural and interlanguage communication, v. 16
  • Wright, LC., 1997. More on the history of shit and shut Studia Anglica Posnaniensia, v. 32
  • 1996

  • Wright, LC., 1996. Female education in Shakespeare’s Stratford and Stratfordian Contacts in Shakespeare’s London Notes and Queries 241 continuous series, v. 43
  • 1995

  • Wright, LC., 1995. The London Middle English Guild Certificates of 1388/89: The Texts Nottingham Medieval Studies, v. 39
  • Wright, LC., 1995. Syntactic Structure of Witnesses’ Narratives from the Sixteenth-Century Court Minute Books of the Royal Hospitals of Bridewell and Bedlam Neuphilologische Mitteilungen, v. 96
  • 1994

  • Wright, LC., 1994. An Exercise in Historical Stylistics Vienna English Working Papers, v. 3
  • 1992

  • Wright, LC., 1992. OED’s tabard, 4 (?) Notes and Queries, v. 39
  • Book chapters

    2023

  • Wright, L., 2023. On engaging the radio listener
    Doi: 10.4324/9781003096078-8
  • 2020

  • Wright, L., 2020. Rising living standards, the demise of anglo-norman and mixed-language writing, and standard english
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1515/9783110687545-019
  • Wright, L., 2020. A critical look at previous accounts of the standardisation of English
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1515/9783110687545-002
  • 2017

  • Wright, LC., 2017. A Multilingual Approach to the History of Standard English
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1515/9781501504945-016
  • Wright, L., 2017. <i>Kiss Me Quick</i>: On the Naming of Commodities in Britain, 1650 to the First World War
  • Wright, LC., 2017. On Non-integrated Vocabulary in the Mixed-language Accounts of St Paul’s Cathedral, 1315–1405
  • Wright, L., 2017. Language Contact
  • 2016 (No publication date)

  • 2016 (No publication date). Laura Wright (University of Cambridge): The Hammond Scribe: His Dialect, His Paper, and Folios 133-155 of Trinity College Cambridge MS 0.3.11
    Doi: 10.3726/978-3-653-02178-3/17
  • 2016 (No publication date). Introduction: Richard Dance and Laura Wright
    Doi: 10.3726/978-3-653-03027-3/4
  • 2016 (No publication date). On medieval wills and the rise of written monolingual English: Laura Wright
    Doi: 10.3726/978-3-653-04902-2/12
  • 2015

  • Wright, L., 2015. Some Early Creole-Like Data from Slave Speakers: The Island of St. Helena, 1695-1711
  • Wright, L., 2015. On the Place-Name Isle of Dogs
    Doi: 10.16993/bab.f
  • Wright, L., 2015. Some early creole-like data from slave speakers
  • Wright, L., 2015. On Medieval Wills and the Rise of Written Monolingual English
  • 2013

  • Wright, L., 2013. On Historical Dictionaries and Language Boundaries: Evidence from Medieval Mixed-Language Business Writing
  • Wright, LC., 2013. The Language of Slaves on the Island of St. Helena, South Atlantic, 1682-1724
  • 2012 (No publication date)

  • Wright, LC., 2012 (No publication date). The Hammond scribe: his dialect, his paper, and folios 133-155 of Trinity College Cambridge, MS 0.3.11
  • 2012

  • Wright, LC., 2012. Early Modern English Language Contact
  • Elsinga, M., O’Mahony, LF., Ong, SE., Smith, SJ. and Wachter, S., 2012. Introduction
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1016/b978-0-08-047163-1.09007-x
  • Wright, LC., 2012. Mixed-Language Accounts as Sources for Linguistic Analysis
  • Wright, L., 2012. On variation and change in London medieval mixed-language business documents
    Doi: 10.1075/cilt.321.06wri
  • 2011

  • Wright, L., 2011. On variation in medieval mixed-language business writing
  • Wright, LC., 2011. The language of the medieval Bridge House Estate archive
  • Wright, L., 2011. On variation in medieval mixed-language business writing
    Doi: 10.1515/9783110253368.191
  • Schendl, H. and Wright, L., 2011. Introduction
  • Schendl, H. and Wright, L., 2011. Code-switching in early English: Historical background and methodological and theoretical issues
  • 2010

  • Wright, L., 2010. The contact origins of Standard English
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9780511740060.004
  • Wright, LC., 2010. Eighteenth-Century London Non-Standard Spellings as Evidenced by Servants’, Tradesmen’s and Shopkeepers’ Bills
  • Wright, LC., 2010. A pilot study on the singular definite articles le and la in fifteenth-century London mixed-language business writing
  • Wright, LC. and Schreier, D., 2010. Earliest St Helenian English in writing: Evidence from the St Helena Consultations (1682-1723)
  • 2009

  • Wright, LC., 2009. Reading Late Eighteenth-Century Want Ads
  • 2008

  • Wright, LC., 2008. A City, its River and their Languages: London to 1550
  • Wright, LC., 2008. London speech: stasis and innovation
  • Wright, LC., 2008. Social attitudes towards Londoners’ front-glide insertion after velar consonants and before front vowels
  • 2007

  • Wright, L., 2007. The Languages of Medieval Britain
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1002/9780470996355.ch10
  • Wright, LC., 2007. On some Middle English Colour Terms, including pink
  • Wright, LC., 2007. The Languages of Medieval Britain
  • Wright, LC., 2007. On the Pragmatics of [had like(d) to have + V] in Early and Late Modern English
  • 2006

  • Wright, LC., 2006. Speaking and Listening in Early Modern London
  • Wright, LC., 2006. On the Global Dissemination of Medical Writing: Medicines Required by a Sea-surgeon in 1715
  • 2005

  • Wright, LC., 2005. Medieval Mixed-Language Business Texts and the Rise of Standard English
  • Wright, LC., 2005. The Space of English: Geographic Space, Temporal Space, and Social Space
  • 2004

  • Wright, LC., 2004. Life after degrammaticalisation: plural be
  • Wright, LC., 2004. The language of transported Londoners: third-person-singular present-tense markers in depositions from Virginia and the Bermudas, 1607-1624
  • 2003

  • Wright, LC., 2003. Eight Grammatical Features of Southern United States Speech present in Early Modern London Prison Narratives
  • 2002

  • Wright, LC., 2002. Linguistics and Postcolonial Literature: Englishes in the Classroom
  • Wright, LC., 2002. Standard English and the Lexicon: why so many different spellings
  • 2001

  • Wright, LC., 2001. Models of language mixing: Code-switching versus semicommunication in medieval Latin and Middle English accounts
  • Wright, LC., 2001. Some Morphological Features of the Norfolk Guild Certificates of 1388/9: an exercise in variation
  • Wright, LC., 2001. The role of international and national trade in the standardisatin of English
  • 2000

  • Wright, LC., 2000. Bills, accounts, inventories: everyday trilingual activities in the business world of later medieval England
  • Wright, LC., 2000. On the construction of some Early Modern English courtroom narratives
  • 1999

  • Wright, LC., 1999. Doing the Unexpected: Syntax and Style in Raymond Chandler’s Fiction
  • Wright, LC., 1999. Middle English Variation: the London English Guild Certificates of 1388/9
  • 1998

  • Wright, LC., 1998. Mixed-language Business Writing: Five Hundred Years of Code switching
  • 1997

  • Wright, LC., 1997. The Concept of the Macrosyntagm in Early Modern English Prison Narratives
  • Wright, LC., 1997. Medieval Latin, Anglo-Norman and Middle English in a Civic London Text: An Inquisition of the River Thames, 1421
  • 1996

  • Wright, LC., 1996. About the Evolution of Standard English
  • 1995

  • Wright, LC., 1995. Middle English -ende and -ing: a possible route to grammaticalization
  • Wright, LC., 1995. A Hypothesis on the Structure of Macaronic Business Writing
  • Wright, LC., 1995. Trade between England and the Low Countries: Evidence from Historical Linguistics
  • 1994

  • Wright, LC., 1994. On the Writing of the History of Standard English
  • Wright, LC., 1994. Early Modern London Business English
  • 1992

  • Wright, LC., 1992. Macaronic writing in a London archive, 1380–1480
  • Books

    2020

  • Wright, L., 2020. Sunnyside: A Sociolinguistic History of British House Names
  • Wright, L., 2020. The multilingual origins of standard english
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1515/9783110687545
  • 2018

  • Wright, L., 2018. Southern English Varieties Then and Now
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1515/9783110577549
  • 2017

  • Pahta, P., Skaffari, J. and Wright, L., 2017. Multilingual Practices in Language History English and Beyond
    Doi: http://doi.org/10.1515/9781501504945
  • 2012

  • 2012. The Use and Development of Middle English
  • Wright, LC., 2012. The Use and Development of Middle English: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Middle English, Cambridge 2008
  • 2011

  • Wright, L., 2011. Code-switching in Early English
  • 2006

  • Wright, L., 2006. The Development of Standard English, 1300-1800: Theories, Descriptions, Conflicts.
  • 1997

  • Communities, COTE., 1997. Multilingua
  • 1996

  • Wright, L. and Hope, J., 1996. Stylistics: A Practical Coursebook
  • Wright, L., 1996. Sources of London English: Medieval Thames Vocabulary
  • 1995

  • Harding, V. and Wright, L., 1995. London Bridge: Selected Accounts and Rentals, 1381–1538
  • Conference proceedings

    2017

  • Wright, L., 2017. On Non-integrated Vocabulary in the Mixed-language Accounts of St Paul’s Cathedral, 1315–1405
    Doi: 10.5871/bacad/9780197266083.003.0012
  • Wright, L., 2017. 6. Kiss Me Quick: on the naming of commodities in Britain, 1650 to the First World War
    Doi: 10.1515/9781501503542-006
  • 2008

  • Wright, LC., 2008. The Playground Language of London Schoolchildren: Southern Voicing Revisited 2004 Harlaxton Symposium,
  • 2006

  • Wright, LC., 2006. Street addresses and directions in mid-eighteenth-century London newspaper advertisements. News Discourse in Early Modern Britain,

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