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Papers in peer-reviewed journals

2004

  • Beal, J.C. (2004) Geordie Nation: Language and Identity in the North-East of England, Lore and Language, 17: 33-48.

2005

  • Moisl HL, Jones VM. Cluster analysis of the Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English: A comparison of methods. Literary and Linguistics Computing 2005, 20(1), 125-146.

2008

  • Cole, M. (2008) 'What is the Northern Subject Rule? The resilience of a medieval constraint in Tyneside English', in T. Guzman Gonzalez and S. G. Fernandez-Corugedo (eds.) Journal of the Spanish Society for Medieval Language and Literature XV (SELIM).

  • Moisl HL, Maguire W. Identifying the Main Determinants of Phonetic Variation in the Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English. Journal of Quantitative Linguistics 2008, 15(1), 46-69.

2009

  • Pearce, Michael (2009) 'A Perceptual Dialect Map of North East England', Journal of English Linguistics, 37(2): 162-192.

2010

  • Snell, Julia (2010) 'From sociolinguistic variation to socially strategic stylization', Journal of Sociolinguistics, 14.5: 630-656.

2011

  • Buchstaller, I. (2011) 'Quotations across the generations: A multivariate analysis of speech and thought introducers across 4 generations of Tyneside speakers', Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 7: 1-18.

To appear

  • Buchstaller, I. and S. Alvanides (to appear). Employing geographical principles for sampling in state of the art dialectological projects. (To appear in Journal of Dialect Geography).

  • Buchstaller, I., K. P. Corrigan, A. Holmberg, P. Honeybone, W. Maguire and A. McMahon (in preparation) 'Northern English and Scots, Phonology and Syntax: Towards a Linguistic Atlas of Northern England and Scotland'. Submitted to English language and Linguistics.


Books & book chapters

2002

  • Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P. (2002) Relativisation in Tyneside and Northumbria, in Poussa, P. (ed.) Dialect Contact and History on the North Sea Littoral, 125-134. Lincom Europa.

2004

  • Beal, J.C. (2004) The Phonology of English Dialects in the North of England, in Kortmann, B. (ed.) A Handbook of Varieties of English, Volume I. Berlin: Mouton, 113-133.

  • Beal, J.C. (2004) The Morphology and Syntax of English Dialects in the North of England, in Kortmann, B. (ed.) A Handbook of Varieties of English, Volume II.  Berlin: Mouton, 114-141.

2005

  • Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P. (2005) 'No, Nay, Never', Negation in Tyneside English, in Iyeiri, Y. (ed.) Aspects of English Negation, 139-156. Tokyo: Yushodo University Press and Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

  • Moisl HL, Jones VM. Cluster analysis of the Newcastle electronic corpus of Tyneside English: a comparison of methods. University of Twente: Centre for Telematics and Information Technology [CTIT], 2005. TR 2005/65) {A-53328}.

2006

  • Burbano-Elizondo, Lourdes (2006) 'Regional variation and identity in Sunderland', in Tope Omoniyi and Goodith White (eds) The Sociolinguistics of Identity. London: Continuum, pp.113 - 128.

  • Kretzchmar, W., Anderson, J., Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P., Opas-Haenninen, L. and Plichta, B. (2006) Collaboration on corpora for regional and social analysis, Journal of English Linguistics, 34: 172-205.2007

  • Moisl HL, Maguire W, Allen W. Phonetic variation in Tyneside : Exploratory multivariate analysis of the Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English. In: Language Variation European Perspectives: Selected Papers from the Third International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 3). 2006, Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Co.

2007

  • Beal JC, Corrigan KP, Moisl HL, ed. Creating and Digitizing Language Corpora, Volume 1: Synchronic Databases. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire:Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.

  • Beal JC, Corrigan KP, Moisl HL, ed. Creating and Digitizing Language Corpora, Volume 2: Diachronic Databases. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.

  • Beal JC, Corrigan KP, Moisl HL. (2007) Taming Digital Voices and Texts: models and methods for handling unconventional diachronic corpora.. In: Beal, JC; Corrigan, KP; Moisl, HL, ed. Creating and Digitizing Language Corpora: Diachronic Databases.Basingstoke:Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-15.

2008

  • Beal, Joan C. (2008) 'English dialects in the north of England: morphology and syntax', in Bernd Kortmann and Clive Upton (eds), Varieties of English I: The British Isles. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, pp.373-403.

2009

  • Moisl HL. Using electronic corpora in historical dialectology research: the problem of document length variation. In: Dossena, M; Lass, R, ed. Studies in English and European Historical Dialectology. Bern: Peter Lang, 2009, pp. 67-90.

2011

  • Buchstaller, I. and K. P. Corrigan (2011) 'How To Make Intuitions Succeed', in A. McMahon and W. Maguire (eds.) Analysing Variation in English. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.30-48.

  • Moisl HL. 'Hypothesis Generation'. In: McMahon, A; Maguire, W, ed. Analysing Variation in English. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011, pp.72-92.

2012

  • Beal, Joan C., Lourdes Burbano-Elzondo and Carmen Llamas (2012) Urban North-Eastern English: Tyneside to Teesside. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

To appear

  • Buchstaller, I., K. P. Corrigan and A. Holmberg (in preparation) 'A Layered Approach to Idiolectal and Regional Variation in North Eastern England', in J. Parrott (ed.), Language Faculty and Beyond: Internal and External Variation in Linguistics. Amsterdam, Netherlands: John Benjamins (submitted).

  • Moisl H. Statistical Corpus Exploitation. In:Durand, J., Gut, U., Kristofferson, G., ed. Handbook of Corpus Phonology. Oxford:Oxford University Press, 2012. In Press.


Conference proceedings

2000

  • Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P. (2000) Comparing the Present with the Past to Predict the Future for Tyneside British English, Newcastle and Durham Working Papers in Linguistics, 6: 13-30.

  • Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P. (2000) A Time-Capsule for Future Generations: The Newcastle-Poitiers Corpus of Tyneside English, Presented at Sociolinguistics Symposium, University of the West of England, Bristol April 2000.

2001

  • Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P. and Moisl, H. (2001) The Newcastle-Poitiers Corpus of Tyneside English, Presented at UKLVC, University of York, July 2001.

  • Moisl HL. Corpus analysis and results visualization using self-organizing maps. In: Proceedings of the Corpus Linguistics 2001 Conference. 2001, Lancaster University: UCREL

2005

  • Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, Karen P. (2005) A tale of two dialects: Relativization in Newcastle and Sheffield, in Filppula, M., Klemola, J., Palander, M. and Penttil, E. (eds.) Dialects Across Borders: Selected Papers from the 11th International Conference on Methods in Dialectology (Methods XI), Joensuu, August 2002. CILT, 273. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 211-229.

2007

  • Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P. (2007) 'Time and Tyne': A corpus based study of variation and change in relativization strategies in Tyneside English, in Elspass, S. (ed.) Language History from Below-Linguistic Variation in the Germanic Languages from 1700-2000: Proceedings. Berlin/New York: Walter de Gruyter, 1-16.

  • Moisl HL. Data nonlinearity in exploratory multivariate analysis of language corpora. In: Computing and Historical Phonology : Proceedings of the Ninth Meeting of the ACL Special Interest Group in Computational Morphology and Phonology. 2007, Prague, Czech Republic: Association for Computational Linguistics.

2009

  • Moisl HL. Using electronic corpora to study language variation: the problem of data sparsity. In: Language Variation: European Perspectives v. 2: Selected Papers Form the 4th International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLlaVE 4). 2009, Nicosia: John Benjamins.

2011

  • Buchstaller, I. and K. P. Corrigan (2011) 'Judge not lest ye be judged: Exploring methods for the collection of socio-syntactic data', in F. Gregersen, J. K. Parrott and P. Quist (eds.) Language Variation - European Perspectives III: Selected papers from the 5th International Conference on Language Variation in Europe. Copenhagen: John Benjamins, pp.149-160.


Conference and workshop presentations

1999

  • Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P. (1999) Comparing the Present with the Past to Predict the Future for Tyneside English, Paper presented at Methods in Dialectology X, St. John's, Newfoundland, University of Newfoundland, August 1999

2000

  • Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P. (2000) A Dynamic Re-modelling of Linguistic Variation: The Social Trajectories of Syntactic Change Amongst Young Tynesiders, 1969-1994, Paper presented at Sociolinguistics Symposium, University of the West of England, Bristol, April 2000.

  • Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P. (2000) The Newcastle-Poitiers Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English, Paper presented at 11th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, University of Santiago de Compostella, August 2000.

  • Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P., Fryd, M. and Moisl, H. (2000) The Newcastle-Poitiers Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English, Paper presented at La Linguistique et la Langue Anglaise, Universite de Toulouse-le Mirail, July 2000.

  • Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P. (2000) New Ways of Capturing the 'Kodak moment': Real-time vs. Apparent Time Analyses of Syntactic Variation in Tyneside English, 1969-1994, Paper presented at 2nd Variation is Everywhere Workshop, University of Essex, September 2000.

2001

  • Beal, J.C. (2001) The Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English: Dictionary Applications, Paper presented at the Oxford English Dictionary Forum, University of Oxford, June 14th 2001.

  • Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P. (2001) Relatives in Tyneside and Northumbrian English, Paper presented at Dialect Contact and History on the North Sea Littoral, University of Umea, May 2001.

  • Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P. and Moisl, H. (2001) A Linguistic Time-Capsule: The Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English, Presented at New Ways of Analysing Variation, University of North Carolina, October 2001.

  • Moisl, H. and Beal, J.C. (2001) Corpus Analysis and Results: Visualization Using Self-Organizing Maps Paper presented at Corpus Linguistics 2001, University of Lancaster, Mar.-Apr. 2001.

 

2002

  • Allen, W., Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P., Moisl, H. and Rowe, C. (2002) 'A Linguistic Time-Capsule': The Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English, Presented at The Eleventh International Conference on Methods in Dialectology (Methods XI), University of Joensuu, August 2002

  • Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P. (2002) A Tale of Two Dialects: Relativisation in Newcastle and Sheffield, Paper presented at Methods in Dialectology, XI, University of Joensuu, August 2002.

  • Moisl, H., Corrigan, K.P., Allen, W. and Rowe, C. (2002) Topographic Mapping as a Tool for Analysis and Results Visualization of Dialectal Data, Paper presented at Methods in Dialectology, XI, University of Joensuu, August 2002.

  • Moisl, H., Corrigan, K.P., Allen, W. and Rowe, C. (2002) The Analysis and Visualization of a Socio-Cultural Resource: Topographic Mapping of the Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English, Paper presented at Digital Resources in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh, September 2002.

     

2003

  • Allen, W., Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P., Moisl, H. and Rowe, C. (2003) 'A Linguistic Time-Capsule': The Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English, Presented at 2nd International Conference on Language Variation and Change in Europe, University of Uppsala, June 2003.

  • Allen, W., Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P., Moisl, H. and Rowe, C. (2003) The Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English: Ethical and Legal Consequences of Linguistic Archaeology, Paper presented at the Arts and Humanities Data Service Copyright and Digitisation Workshop, London, 21st January 2003.

  • Allen, W., Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P., Moisl, H. and Rowe, C. (2003) 'A Linguistic Time-Capsule': The Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English, Presented at NWAVE, University of Philadelphia, October 2003.

  • Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P. (2003) Another Northern Cities Shift?: Adverbial Usage in Tyneside and Sheffield, Paper presented at the Second International Conference on Language Variation in Europe, University of Uppsala, June 2003.

  • Moisl, H., Jones, V. (2003) Cluster analysis of the Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English: a comparison of methods, Web X: A Decade of the World Wide Web, Joint International Conference of the Association for Computers and the Humanities and the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing, Athens, Georgia

 

2004

  • Allen, W., Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P. (2004) The Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English: An On-Line Sociolinguistic Resource, Presented at NWAVE 33, Ann Arbor, University of Michigan, Sept.-Oct. 2004.

  • Allen, W., Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P., Moisl, H. and Rowe, C. (2004) 'A Linguistic Time-Capsule': The Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English, Presented at ALLC/ACH, University of Gothenburg, June 2004.

  • Allen, W., Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P. and Maguire, W. (2004) 'Paddy and Jock Meet Geordie': A Prolegomenon to Investigating the Reflexes of Nineteenth Century Linguistic Contact in the North East,, Paper presented at The Influence of the Languages of Ireland and Scotland on Linguistic Varieties in Northern England Colloquium, University of Aberdeen, 28th June 2004.

  • Allen, W., Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P., Moisl, H. and Rowe, C. (2004) A Linguistic Time-Capsule: Models and Methods, Paper presented at Sociolinguistics Symposium 15, University of Newcastle, April 2004.

  • Allen, W., Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P., Moisl, H. and Rowe, C. (2004) The Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English: A Witness to the History of Computing, Paper presented at Digital Resources in the Humanities, University of Newcastle, September 2004.

  • Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P. (2004) The Impact of Nineteenth Century Celtic English Migrations on Contemporary Northern Englishes: Tyneside and Sheffield Compared. Paper presented at Celtic Englishes IV, University of Potsdam, September 2004.

  • Maguire, W. (2004) The reversal of the NURSE/NORTH merger in Tyneside English: Data from the Tyneside Linguistic Survey Paper presented at Sociolinguistics Symposium 15, University of Newcastle, April 2004.

2005

  • Allen, W., Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P., Maguire, M. and Moisl, H. (2005) Preserving the Intangible Heritage of Tyneside: the Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English, Paper presented at Cultural Landscapes in the 21st Century, Forum UNESCO, University and Heritage 10th International Seminar: An Inter-Congress of the World Archaeological Congress, Newcastle University, April 2005.

  • Allen, W., Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P., Maguire, M. and Moisl, H. (2005) The Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English: A New Tool for Analysing English Linguistic Structure, Paper presented at the First International Conference on the Linguistics of Contemporary English, University of Edinburgh, June 23rd-26th 2005.

  • Allen, W., Maguire, M. and Moisl, H. (2005) Phonetic Variation in Tyneside, Paper presented at the Third International Conference on Language Variation in Europe, Meertens Instituut, Amsterdam, June 2005.

  • Beal, J.C. (2005) The Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English, Paper presented to a postgraduate seminar on linguistic corpora, University of Manchester, April 2005.

  • Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P. (2005) Time and Tyne: A Corpus-Based Study of Variation and Change in Relativization Stategies in Tyneside English, Paper presented at Language History from Below, Linguistic Variation in the Germanic Languages from 1700- 2000, University of Bristol, April 2005.

  • Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P. (2005) No, Nay, Never: Negation in Tyneside English, Paper presented at the Third International Conference on Language Variation in Europe, Meertens Instituut, Amsterdam, June 2005.

  • Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P. (2005) Paddy and Jock Meet Geordie: Investigating the Reflexes of Nineteenth Century Linguistic Contact in the North East of England, Paper presented to the Celtic Folk Studies Conference, Cardiff University, July 2005.

  • Beal, J.C., Corrigan. K.P. and Maguire, W. (2005) Gateshead Revisited: Inferring Linguistic Variation and Change from the Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English. Paper presented at Methods in Dialectology, XII, University of Moncton, August 2005.

  • Kretzschmar, W.A. Jr., Anderson, J., Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P., Opas-Haenninen, L. and Plichta, B. (2005) Collaboration on Corpora for Regional and Social Analysis, Paper presented at AACL 6/ICAME 26, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, May 12th-15th, 2005.

  • Moisl, H., Maguire, W. (2005) Identifying the main determinants of phonetic variation in the Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English, Fifth Meeting of the UK Language Variation and Change Conference (UKLVC 5). University of Aberdeen, 12-14, September 2005.

2006

  • Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P., Leech, G., Miller, N. & Rayson, P. (2006) Writing the Vernacular: Transcribing and Tagging the Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English (NECTE). Paper presented to ICAME 27, University of Helsinki, May 24th-27th, 2006.

  • Beal, J.C. & Smith, N. (2006) Lessons learned from tagging and transcribing the Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English,. AHRC ICT Methods Workshop on Historical Text Mining, Lancaster University, 20th-21st July 2006.

  • Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P., Rayson, P. and Smith, N. (2006) Writing the Vernacular: Transcribing and Tagging the Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English (NECTE), ICAME 27, Workshop on Annotation, Helsinki, 24th May 2006.

  • Moisl, H. and Corrigan, K.P. (2006) Analyzing the Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English phonetic transcriptions: potential, problems, and results. ESF Exploratory Workshop on Corpora in Phonological Research, Meertens Institute, Amsterdam, 15th-17th June 2006.

  • Moisl, H. (2006) Nonlinear exploratory multivariate analysis of historical text corpora, Institute for Historical Dialectology, University of Edinburgh

2007

  • Beal, J.C. (2007) 'To the rescue! Creating corpora of spoken legacy materials'. Plenary presentation to ICAME 28, Stratford-upon-Avon, 23rd-26th May 2007. http://rdues.uce.ac.uk/icame/prog.html

  • Moisl, H. (2007) Data nonlinearity in exploratory multivariate analysis of language corpora, Computing and Historical Phonology, 9th Meeting of ACL Special Interest Group for Computational Morphology and Phonology. Prague

  • Moisl, H. (2007) Using electronic corpora to study language variation: the problem of data sparsity, Fourth International Conference on Language variation in Europe, University of Cyprus

  • Moisl, H. (2007) Using electronic corpora in historical dialectology research: the problem of document length variation, 2nd International Conference on English Historical Dialectology, Bergamo, Italy.

2008

  • Moisl, H. (2008) Statistical and stochastic methods in corpus-based phonology,  Summer School on Corpus Phonology, University of Augsburg, 18-22 August 2008.

2009

  • Moisl, H. (2009) Archiving digital corpora, presentation to the John Hume Institute for Global Irish Studies, University College Dublin, 21 July
    Moisl, H. (2009) The Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English, presentation to the John Hume Institute for Global Irish Studies, University College Dublin, 21 July
    (Moisl, H. 2009) TEI encoding of the Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English, Summer School on Corpus Phonology, University of Augsburg, 27-31 July 2009

2010

  • Llamas, Carmen, Peter French and Lisa Roberts (2010), 'Phonological and perceptual isoglosses between the Tyne and the Wear'. Paper presented at Northern Englishes Workshop, Sheffield, March 2010.

2011

  • Moisl, H. (2011) The Diachronic Corpus of Tyneside English, Discovering Babel workshop, Oxford University Computing Service.

  • Moisl, H. (2011) Corpus-based generation of linguistic hypotheses using quantitative methods. Plenary speaker, 4th Quantitative Investigations in Theoretical Linguistics, Humboldt University, Berlin
     


Conference Workshops

  • UKLVC, University of Sheffield, September 2003

 Panel 1:

Organisers: Allen, W., Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P., Moisl, H., Deriving Standards for the Creation of Electronic Vernacular Corpora: Ethical, Legal and Preservation Issues.

Contributors and Titles:

Beal, J.C. and Rowe, C., Introduction.

Berglund, Y., Preserving Linguistic Data - Known Pitfalls and Suggested Solutions.

Sangster, C., Ethical Issues in Collecting and Using Speech for Linguistic Research.

Upton, C., Ethical considerations in the Survey of Regional English.

 Panel 2:

 Organisers: Allen, W., Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P., Moisl, H.,

 Title: Deriving Standards for the Creation of Electronic Vernacular Corpora: Tagging and Transcription Issues.

 Contributors and Titles:

 

Allen, W.: Introduction.

Foulkes, P.: Standards in Phonetic/Phonological Transcription.

Lawrence, H.:  Transcription Technicalities.

  • Sociolinguistics Symposium 15, University of Newcastle, April 2004

 Organisers: Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P. and Moisl, H.

 Title: Models and Methods in the Handling of Unconventional Digital Corpora.

 Contributors and Titles:

Corrigan, K.P.: Introduction.

Allen, W., Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P., Moisl, H.: A Linguistic Time-Capsule: The Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English.

Anderson, J., Beavan, D., Corbett, J. and Kay, C.: The Scottish Corpus of Texts and Speech.

Anderwald, L. and Wagner, S.: The Freiburg English Dialect Corpus (FRED). Applying Corpus-Linguistic Research Tools to the Analysis of Dialect Data.

Barbiers, S., Cornips, L. and Kunst, J-P.,: The Syntactic Atlas of Dutch Dialects (SAND): A Corpus of Elicited Speech as an On-line Dynamic Atlas.

Denison, D. and van Bergen, L.: A Corpus of Late Eighteenth Century Prose.

Dray, S. and Sebba, M.: Developing and Using a Corpus of Written Creole.

Jones, F.R. and Standen, N.: Uncovering Alternatives: 0n-line Comparative Translation of Interlinked Chinese Historical Texts.

Kallen, J. and Kirk, J.: International Corpus of English-Ireland.

Meurman-Solin, A.: Manuscript-Based Corpora as Tools in Linguistic Archaeology.

Nevalainen, T. and Raumolin-Brunberg, H.: Historical Sociolinguistics: The Corpus of Early English Correspondence.

Taylor, A.: The York-Toronto-Helsinki Parsed Corpus of Old English Prose.

Tagliamonte, S.: Representing Real Language: Consistency, Trade-Offs and Thinking Ahead!

 

  • New Ways of Analyzing Variation 33, Ann Arbor, University of Michigan, Sept.-Oct. 2004

 Organisers: Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P.

 Title: Inferring Syntactic Variation and Change from Electronic Corpora.

 Contributors and Titles:

Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P.:Introduction.

Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P.: The Newcastle Electronic Corpus of Tyneside English: Syntactic Variation in Real Time.

Cheshire, J., Queen Mary: Syntactic Variation and Spoken Discourse.

Cornips, L.: The Syntactic Atlas of the Dutch Dialects: Methodology, Fieldwork and Elicitation Procedures.

Sand, A.: Angloversals? Using the ICE Corpora as Evidence for the Effects of Language Contact on the Morpho-Syntax of English.

Wagner, S. and Anderwald, L.: Applying Corpus-Linguistic Research Tools for the Analysis of Dialect Data.

  • UKLVC, University of Aberdeen, September 2005

Organisers: Allen, W., Beal, J.C., Corrigan, K.P., Maguire, W. and Moisl, H.

Title: Tyneside English: Live and Interactive.

  • New Ways of Analyzing Variation 34, New York University, October 2005

Organiser: Corrigan, K.P.

Title: Emigrants and Exiles in the Old and New World: The Sociolinguistic Impact of Irish Migration and Settlement.

Contributors and Titles:

Corrigan, K.P.: Introduction.

Beal, J.C. & Corrigan, K.P.: Migration to the Old World: The Sociolinguistic Impact of Irish Famine settlements in Newcastle and Sheffield.

Clarke, S.: The Irish-English Perfect in an Overseas Enclave Variety.

Fennell, B. & Llamas, C.:  Attributing Linguistic Features in Middlesbrough English to Irish Immigration.

Montgomery, M.: Out of Ireland: Second-Person-Plural Pronouns in American English.

Wassink, A.: Finding a Network in Seattle: Variability in Immigrant Phonology and the Ubiquity of Weak Network Ties. 

  •  ICEHL14, Bergamo University, August 2006

Organisers: Beal, J.C. and Corrigan, K.P.

Title: Dialects of the Diaspora: The influence of 19th-century Irish Migration and Settlement on urban dialects of British English

 

Contributors and Titles:

Beal, J.C. & Corrigan, K.P.: Paddy Meets Geordie: A Prolegomenon to Investigating the Reflexes of Nineteenth Century Linguistic Contact in the North East.

Llamas, C. & Jones, M.: Migration and Variation: Middlesbrough and Dublin Compared.

Beal, J.C.: The Irish in Sheffield, The Industrial Village.


PhD dissertations

  • Atkinson, John (2011) 'Linguistic variation and change in a North-East border town: a sociolinguistic study of Darlington', PhD thesis, Newcastle University.

  • Auckle, Tejshree (2006) 'Testing Instruments for a Dynamic Syntactic Atlas of Northern Englishes'. Vacation Scholarship Poster.

  • Burbano-Elizondo, Lourdes (2008) 'Language variation and identity in Sunderland', PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

  • Pichler, Heike (2008), 'A qualitative-quantitative study of negative auxiliaries in a northern English dialect: I DON'T KNOW and I DON'T THINK, innit?', PhD thesis, University of Aberdeen.