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Gateways, gates and gatu: liminal spaces at the centre of things (2017)
Book Chapter
Baker, J., & Brookes, S. (2017). Gateways, gates and gatu: liminal spaces at the centre of things. In C. Orsini, S. Semple, & S. Mui (Eds.), Life on the edge: social, religious and political frontiers in early medieval EuropeBraunschweigisches Landesmuseum with the Internationales Sachsensymposion

Blaise (2017)
Journal Article
Legendre, T. (2017). Blaise

Great falls (2017)
Journal Article
Legendre, T. (2017). Great falls

Robert Southey and the Peninsular War (2017)
Book Chapter
Packer, I., & Pratt, L. (2018). Robert Southey and the Peninsular War. In D. Saglia, & I. Haywood (Eds.), Spain in British Romanticism, 1800-1840Palgrave Macmillan

This essay examines two aspects of Southey’s Romantic Iberianism that have often been overlooked—his writings on the peninsular conflict in the Edinburgh Annual Register and his unfinished series of inscriptions on the war. Both shed important light... Read More about Robert Southey and the Peninsular War.

Analysing the opinions of UK veterinarians on practice-based research using corpus linguistic and mathematical methods (2017)
Journal Article
Huntley, S. J., Mahlberg, M., Wiegand, V., van Gennip, Y., Yang, H., Dean, R. S., & Brennan, M. L. (2018). Analysing the opinions of UK veterinarians on practice-based research using corpus linguistic and mathematical methods. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 150, doi:10.1016/j.prevetmed.2017.11.020

The use of corpus linguistic techniques and other related mathematical analyses have rarely, if ever, been applied to qualitative data collected from the veterinary field. The aim of this study was to explore the use of a combination of corpus lingui... Read More about Analysing the opinions of UK veterinarians on practice-based research using corpus linguistic and mathematical methods.

‘An altered view regarding the relationship between dreams and reality’: magic, politics and the comics medium in Alan Moore and Jacen Burrow’s Providence (2017)
Journal Article
Green, M. J. (2017). ‘An altered view regarding the relationship between dreams and reality’: magic, politics and the comics medium in Alan Moore and Jacen Burrow’s Providence. Studies in Comics, 8(2), doi:10.1386/stic.8.2.135_1

Alan Moore reports that, through researching Providence, he ‘became more fully acquainted with academic literary criticism’ (Moore and Green 2016) and the extensive evidence of research throughout the series supports this claim. In this article, I ar... Read More about ‘An altered view regarding the relationship between dreams and reality’: magic, politics and the comics medium in Alan Moore and Jacen Burrow’s Providence.

The Edinburgh companion to fin-de-siècle literature, culture and the arts (2017)
Book
J. Guy (Ed.), (2017). The Edinburgh companion to fin-de-siècle literature, culture and the arts

The late nineteenth-century fin de siècle has proved an enduringly fascinating moment in literary and cultural history. It is associated with the emergence of intriguing figures—such as the 'new woman' and 'uranian'; with contradictory impulses—of de... Read More about The Edinburgh companion to fin-de-siècle literature, culture and the arts.

Not-Shakespeare and the Shakespearean ghost (2017)
Book Chapter
Kirwan, P. (2017). Not-Shakespeare and the Shakespearean ghost. In J. C. Bulman (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of Shakespeare and performanceOxford University Press

Representation and processing of multi-word expressions in the brain (2017)
Journal Article
Siyanova-Chanturia, A., Conklin, K., Caffarra, S., Kaan, E., & van Heuven, W. J. (2017). Representation and processing of multi-word expressions in the brain. Brain and Language, 175, doi:10.1016/j.bandl.2017.10.004

Language comprehension is sensitive to the predictability of the upcoming information. Prediction allows for smooth, expedient and successful communication. While general discourse-based constraints have been investigated in detail, more specific phr... Read More about Representation and processing of multi-word expressions in the brain.

Digital storytelling and performative memory: new approaches to the literary geography of the postcolonial city (2017)
Book Chapter
Jordan, S. (2018). Digital storytelling and performative memory: new approaches to the literary geography of the postcolonial city. In D. Göttsche (Ed.), Palgrave Handbook of Postcolonial and Memory StudiesPalgrave Macmillan

Drawing on the outcomes of a research project, this chapter argues that digital storytelling can play a fundamental role in the reconceptualization of the digitally-mediated geographies of the postcolonial city. The chapter argues that the interactio... Read More about Digital storytelling and performative memory: new approaches to the literary geography of the postcolonial city.

Opposition as victimhood in newspaper debates about same-sex marriage (2017)
Journal Article
Turner, G., Mills, S., Van der Bom, I., Coffey-Glover, L., Paterson, L. L., & Jones, L. (2018). Opposition as victimhood in newspaper debates about same-sex marriage. Discourse and Society, 29(2), doi:10.1177/0957926517734422

In this paper, we take a queer linguistics approach to the analysis of data from British newspaper articles that discuss the introduction of same-sex marriage. Drawing on methods from CDA and corpus linguistics, we focus on the construction of agency... Read More about Opposition as victimhood in newspaper debates about same-sex marriage.

Afterword (2017)
Book Chapter
Royan, N. (2017). Afterword. In I. Johnson, & A. Petrina (Eds.), The impact of Latin culture on medieval and early modern Scottish writingMedieval Institute Publications

Old English sǣte and the historical significance of 'folk'-names (2017)
Journal Article
Baker, J. (2017). Old English sǣte and the historical significance of 'folk'-names. Early Medieval Europe, 25(4), doi:10.1111/emed.12226

Old English sǣte names survive in documentary sources and place-names, and have been used in historical discourse as evidence for early and middle Anglo-Saxon socio-political organization. Earlier analyses, founded on incomplete datasets, have attemp... Read More about Old English sǣte and the historical significance of 'folk'-names.

What infant-directed speech tells us about the development of compensation for assimilation (2017)
Journal Article
Buckler, H., Goy, H., & Johnson, E. K. (2018). What infant-directed speech tells us about the development of compensation for assimilation. Journal of Phonetics, 66, doi:10.1016/j.wocn.2017.09.004

In speech addressed to adults, words are seldom realized in their canonical, or citation, form. For example, the word ‘green’ in the phrase ‘green beans’ can often be realized as ‘greem’ due to English place assimilation, where word-final coronals ta... Read More about What infant-directed speech tells us about the development of compensation for assimilation.