Updated: 15th June 2007
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Authors listed in alphabetical order
Breeze, Andrew 2006, Three Celtic Names: Venicones, Tuesis and Soutra. Scottish Language 25, 71-79.
Brulard, Inès / Carr, Philip 2006, Anglo-English Influences on Scottish Standard English Speakers: trap / bath / palm / start and lot /cloth / thought / north / force. Scottish Language 25, 31-45.
Bugaj, Joanna 2005. "Middle Scots
burgh court records: The influence of the text type on its linguistic
features". In Ritt, N. / Schendl, H. (eds.) Rethinking Middle English: Linguistic and literary approaches, Frankfurt Am Main-
Bugaj, Joanna 2006a "Analytic' of the samyn' or synthetic 'its'? The use of neuter possessives in Older Scots texts". In Nevalainen, T. / Klemola, J. / Laitinen, M. (eds.) Types of Variation: Diachronic, Dialectal and Typological Interfaces. (Studies in Language Companion Series), Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 171-201.
Bugaj, Joanna 2006b "Sources of discourse-specific vocabulary in Middle Scots administrative records: An etymological study of binominals". In Dossena, M. / Taavitsainen, I. (eds.) Diachronic Perspectives on Domain-specific English, Bern: Peter Lang, 109-32.
Bugaj, Joanna 2006c, The language of legal writings in 16th century Scots and English: an etymological study of binomials. ESP across Cultures 3, 7-22.
Dossena, Marina 2006a, Stance and Authority in Nineteenth-century Bank Correspondence – A Case Study. In Dossena, Marina / Fitzmaurice, Susan (eds), Business and Official Correspondence: Historical Investigations, Bern: Peter Lang, 175-192.
Dossena, Marina 2006b, Forms of Argumentation and Verbal Aggression in the Darien Pamphlets. In Brownlees, Nicholas (ed.), News Discourse in Early Modern Britain, Bern: Peter Lang, 235-254.
Dossena, Marina 2006c, Doing Business in Nineteenth-century Scotland: Expressing Authority, Conveying Stance. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication. Special issue on Insights from Corpus Linguistics for Professional Communication; Guest editor: Thomas Orr, University of Aizu (Japan); 49/3 (September 2006), 246-253.
Dossena, Marina 2006d, “The Cinic Scotomastic”?: Johnson, his Commentators, Scots, French, and the Story of English. Textus 19/1, Special issue on Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary and the Eighteenth-century World of Words, a cura di Giovanni Iamartino e Robert DeMaria, 51-68.
Dossena, Marina 2007a, Scots in Institutional Discourse: “Walcome til the Scottish Pairlament Wabsite”. In Fairclough, Norman / Cortese, Giuseppina / Ardizzone, Patrizia (eds), Discourse and Contemporary Social Change. Bern: Peter Lang, 213-231.
Johnston, Paul A. Jr. 2006. A. Jack Aitken, Older Scottish Vowels, ed. by Caroline Macafee, 2002. Guildford, Surrey: Scottish Text Society [review article]. Scottish Language 25, 80-91.
McClure, J Derrick / Dossena, Marina 2006, Language policy in Scotland today: the (strange?) case of Scots,. In Dell’Aquila, Vittorio / Iannàccaro, Gabriele / Stuflesser, Matthias (eds), Alpes Europa, Soziolinguistica y language planning. Trento: Regione Autonoma Trentino Alto Adige etc, 125-146.
McClure, J Derrick 2006a, “Scots and Italian: a tradition of mutual poetic translation", in Translating Voices, Translating Regions, eds. Nigel Armstrong and Federico M. Federici, Roma: Aracne, 308-322.
McClure, J Derrick 2006b, "European poetry in Scots", in Scotland in Europe, eds. T. Hubbard and R.S.D. Jack, Amsterdam: Rodopi, 89-104.
Schmitt, Holger 2006, The Ausbau of Present-Day Scots, Scottish Language 25, 1-30.