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BOSLIT - Bibliography of Scottish Literature in Translation

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Updated:  6th March 2006

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Edited collections of papers

History of the language

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Scots and Gaelic

Syntax

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Varieties of Scots

Vocabulary, Surnames and Place names


 

 

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Code-switching

 

History of the language

Díaz Vera, Javier E. 2005. Onomasiological Variation and Change in the Older Scots Vocabulary of Marriage. Scottish Language 24, 1-12.

Lorvik, Marjorie 2005. The Distinctiveness of the Doric: Home-grown or Imported? Scottish Language 24, 31-63.

 

Language policy and language planning

 

Literary language

 

Specialized discourse

Dossena, Marina 2005. Apud acta: The Contribution of Latin to Scots Legal Vocabulary. ESP Across Cultures 2, 47-57.

Falconer, Gavin 2005. Sched Apon the Rude? Reflections on Scots and Religion. Scottish Language 24, 13-30.

 

Edited collections of papers

 

Morphology

 

Phonology

Leyden, Klaske van 2006. Pitch Peak Alignment versus Overall Pitch Height in the Perception of Orkney and Shetland Dialects. In G. Bruce / M. Horne (eds) Nordic Prosody, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 175-184.

 

Scots and Gaelic

 

Syntax

 

Teaching materials

 

Varieties of Scots

Doric

Lorvik, Marjorie 2005. The Distinctiveness of the Doric: Home-grown or Imported? Scottish Language 24, 31-63.

Shetlandic

Leyden, Klaske van 2006. Pitch Peak Alignment versus Overall Pitch Height in the Perception of Orkney and Shetland Dialects. In G. Bruce / M. Horne (eds) Nordic Prosody, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 175-184.

Ulster Scots

Urban Scots

 

Vocabulary, Surnames and Place names

Breeze, Andrew 2005. Ptolemy’s Taexali, Caelis, Loxa and Eitis. Scottish Language 24, 64-74.

Díaz Vera, Javier E. 2005. Onomasiological Variation and Change in the Older Scots Vocabulary of Marriage. Scottish Language 24, 1-12.

Lorvik, Marjorie 2005. The Distinctiveness of the Doric: Home-grown or Imported? Scottish Language 24, 31-63.

 

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