Literature for examination topics §11 Introductory Works

§23.9 Historical Linguistics

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§23.9 Historical Linguistics
Beekes, Robert 1995. Comparative Indo-European linguistics. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Campbell, Lyle 2004 Historical linguistics. An introduction. 2nd. edition. Edinburgh: University Press.

Crowley, Terry 1995. Language in history. London: Routledge.

Crowley, Terry 1998. An introduction to historical linguistics. 3rd edition. Auckland: Oxford University Press.

Dixon, Richard M. W. 1997. The rise and fall of languages. Cambridge: University Press.

Durie, Mark and Malcolm Ross (eds) 1996. The comparative method reviewed. Oxford: University Press.

Fischer, Olga, Annette Rosenbach and Dieter Stein 2000. Pathways of change. Grammaticalization in English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Fónagy, Ivan 2000. Languages within language. An evoluative approach. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Gildea, Spike (ed.) 2000. Reconstructing grammar. Comparative linguistics and grammaticlization. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Harris, Alice C. and Lyle Campbell 1995. Historical syntax in cross-linguistic perspective. Cambridge: University Press.

Hock, Hans Henrich 1991. Principles of historical linguistics. 2nd rev. and updated edition. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Hock, Hans Henrich and Brian D. Joseph 1996. Language history, language change, and language relationship. An introduction to historical and comparative linguistics. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Joseph, Brian D. and Richard D. Janda (eds) 2001. The handbook of historical linguistics. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Lass, Roger 1997. Historical linguistics and language change. Cambridge: University Press.

Lehmann, Winfred P. 1993. Historical linguistics. 3rd edition. London: Routledge.

Lightfoot, David 1998. The development of language. Acquisition, change and evolution. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Malkiel, Yakov 1993. Etymology. Cambridge: University Press.

McMahon, April 1994. Understanding language change. Cambridge: University Press.

Sihler, Andrew L. 1999. Language history. An introduction. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Szemerényi, Oswald J. L. 1997. Introduction to Indo-European linguistics. Trans. from German. Oxford: University Press.

Taylor, Talbot J. and Roy Harris 1996. Landmarks in linguistic thought. London: Routledge.

Trask, Robert Lawrence 1996. Historical linguistics. London: Arnold.

§23.10 Language Change
Issues Discussion of the diachronic approach. Language families. Techniques in historical linguistics: comparative method and internal reconstruction. Three views of change: neogrammarian, structural, generative. Change on different linguistic levels; analogy, rule change. The role of language contact and borrowing. Linguistic geography, linguistic areas. language birth (creoles) and language death. Recent insights of sociolinguistics.
Bauer, Laurie 1994. Watching English change. An Introduction to the Study of Linguistic Change in Standard Englishes in the Twentieth Century. London: Longman.

Berg, Thomas 2001. Linguistic structure and change. An explanation from language processing. Oxford: University Press.

Bybee, Joan and Paul Hopper (eds) 2001. Frequency and the emergence of linguistic structure. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Chambers, J. K., Peter Trudgill, Natalie Schilling-Estes (eds) 2002. The handbook of language variation and change. Oxford: Blackwell.

Crystal, David 2000. Language death. Cambridge: University Press.

Faarland, Jan Terje and ed. 2001. Grammatical relations in change. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Fasold, Ralph and Deborah Schiffrin (eds) 1989. Language Change and Variation. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Graddol, David, Dick Leith and Joan Swann 1996. English. History, diversity and change. London: Routledge.

Gvozdonavic’, Jadranka (ed.) 1997. Language change and functional explanations. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Heine, Bernd and Tania Kuteva 2002. World lexicon of grammaticalisation. Cambridge: University Press.

Hickey, Raymond and Stanislaw Puppel (eds) 1997 Language History and Linguistic Modelling. A Festschrift for Jacek Fisiak on his 60th Birthday. Berlin: Mouton-de Gruyter.

Hickey, Raymond (ed.) 2002. Collecting Views on Language Change. Special issue of Language Sciences. Oxford: Elsevier.

Hickey, Raymond (ed.) 2003. Motives for language change. Cambridge: University Press.

Hopper, Paul and Elizabeth Closs Traugott 1993. Grammaticalization. Cambridge: University Press.

Jahr, Ernst Håkon (ed.) 1998. Language change. Advances in historical sociolinguistics. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Kemenade, Ans van and Nigel Vincent (eds) 1997. Parameters of morphosyntactic change. Cambridge: University Press.

King, Robert 1969. Historical linguistics and generative grammar. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall.

Koopman, Willem, Frederike van der Leek, Olga Fischer and Roger Eaton 1987. Explanation and language change. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Lahiri, Aditi (ed.) 2000. Analogy, levelling, markedness. Principles of change in phonology and morphology. Berlin: Mouton-de Gruyter.

Lightfoot, David (ed.) 2002. Syntactic effects of morphological change. Oxford: University Press.

McMahon, April 1994. Understanding language change. Cambridge: University Press.

Pintzuk, Susan, George Tsoulas and Anthony Warner (eds) 2001. Diachronic syntax. Models and mechanisms. Oxford: University Press.

Salmons, Joseph C. and Brian D. Joseph (eds) 1998. Nostratic. Sifting the evidence. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Trask, Robert Lawrence 1994. Language change. Language Workbooks London: Routledge.

Wischer, Ilse and Gabriele Diewald (eds) 2002. New reflections on grammaticalization. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
§23.11 Language Contact
Aikhenvald, Alexandra Y. and R. M. W. Dixon (eds) 2001. Areal diffusion and genetic inheritance. Problems in comparative linguistics. Oxford: University Press.

Filppula, Markku, Juhani Klemola and Heli Pitkänen (eds) 2003. English and Celtic in contact. London: Routledge.

Fisiak, Jacek (ed.) 1995. Linguistic change under contact conditions. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Goebl, Hans, Peter H. Nelde, Zdenek Stary and Wolfgang Wölck (eds) 1996. Kontaktlinguistik/Contact linguistics/Linguistique de contact. 2 Vols. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Kastovsky, Dieter and Arthur Mettinger (eds) 2001. Language contact in the history of English. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Myers-Scotton, Carol 2002. Contact linguistics. Bilingual encounters and grammatical outcomes. Oxford: University Press.

Silva-Corvalán, Carmen 1996. Language contact and change. Spanish in Los Angeles. Oxford: University Press.

Thomason, Sarah G. (ed.) 1997. Contact languages. A wider perspective. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Thomason, Sarah G. 2001. Language Contact: An Introduction. Edinburgh: University Press.

Winford, Donald 2003. An introduction to contact linguistics. Oxford: Blackwell.

§23.12 Language Universals and Typology
Issues Definitions of typology; the major language types. Classification of languages; typological harmony. Universals of language structure in the sense of Greenberg; implicational universals.
Croft, William 2002. Typology and universals. Cambridge: University Press.

Greenberg, Joseph H. (ed.) 1978. Universals of human language. 4 vols. Stanford: University Press.

Hawkins, John 1983. Word order universals. New York: Academic Press.

Ramat, Anna Giacolone and Paul J. Hopper (eds) 1998. The limits of grammaticalisation. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Ramat, Paolo 1987. Linguistic typology. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Shopen, Timothy 1985. Language typology and syntactic description. 4 vols. Cambridge: University Press.

Whaley, Lindsay J. 1997. Introduction to typology. The unity and diversity of language. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.
§23.13 Language and Literature
Birch, David 1989. Language, literature and critical practice. Ways of analysing text. Interface Series London: Routledge.

Blake, Norman 1990. An introduction to the language of literature. London: Macmillan.

Blake, Norman F. 1981. Non-standard language in English literature. The Language Library London: André Deutsch.

Bradford, Richard 1993. A linguistic history of English poetry. Interface Series London: Routledge.

Carter, Ronald 1995. Keywords in language and literature. London: Routledge.

Carter, Ronald and John McRae 1997. The Routledge history of literature in English. London: Routledge.

Fabb, Nigel 1997. Linguistics and literary theory. Oxford: Blackwell.

Fabb, Nigel 2002. Language and literary structure. The linguistic analysis of form in verse and narrative. Cambridge: University Press.

Gaskell, Philip 1998. Standard written English. A guide. Edinburgh: University Press.

Hughes, Rebecca 1996. English in speech and writing. Investigating language and literature. London: Routledge.

McRae, John 1998. The language of poetry. London: Routledge.

Short, Mick 1996. Exploring the language of poems, plays and prose. London: Longman.

Toolan, Michael J. 1990. The stylistics of fiction. A literary-linguistic approach. London: Routledge.

Toolan, Michael J. 1998. Language in literature. An introduction to stylistics. London: Arnold.

Traugott, Elizabeth Closs and Mary Louise Pratt 1980. Linguistics for students of literature. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.
§23.14 Text Linguistics
Bex, Tony 1996. Variety in written English. Texts in society: Societies in text. London: Routledge.

Coulmas, Florian 1996. The Blackwell encyclopedia of writing systems. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Halliday, Michael A. K. and Ruqaiya Hasan 1976. Cohesion in English. London: Longman.
§23.15 Stylistics
Biber, Douglas and Edward Finegan 1994. Sociolinguistic perspectives on register. New York: Oxford University Press.

Biber, Douglas 1995. Dimensions of register variation. A cross-linguistic comparison. Cambridge: University Press.

Carter, Ronald and Walter Nash 1990. Seeing through language. Styles of English language. Oxford: Blackwell.

Crystal, David and Derek Davy 1975. Advanced conversational English. London: Longman.

Wales, Katie 1989. A dictionary of stylistics. London: Longman.

Wright, Laura and Jonathan Hope 1996. Stylistics. A practical coursebook. London: Routledge.

§23.16 Translation
Bell, Roger 1991. Translation and translating. Theory and practice. London: Longman.

Delisle, Jean and Judith Woodsworth (eds) 1995. Translators through history. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Snell-Hornby, Mary 1996. Translation studies. An integrated approach. 2nd edition. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Somers, Harold (ed.) 2003. Computers and translation. A translator’s guide. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Venuti, Lawrence (ed.) 1992. Rethinking translation. Discourse, subjectivity, ideology. London: Routledge.
§23.17 Linguistic Data Processing
Barnbrook, Geoff 1996. Language and computers. A practical introduction to the computer analysis of language. Edinburgh: University Press.

Biber, Douglas, Susan Conrad and Randi Reppen 1998. Corpus linguistics. Investigating language structure and use. Cambridge: University Press.

Fries, Udo, Gunnel Tottie and Peter Schneider (eds) 1994. Creating and using English language corpora. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Garside, Roger, Geoffrey Leech and Geoffrey Sampson (eds) 1987. The computational analysis of English. London: Longman.

Hickey, Raymond et al. (eds) 1997. Tracing the trail of time. Proceedings of the conference on diachronic corpora, Toronto, May 1995. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Hickey, Raymond 2003. Corpus Presenter. Software for language analysis. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Kennedy, Graeme 1998. An introduction to corpus linguistics. London: Longman.

Kytö, Merja, Matti Rissanen and Susan Wright (eds) 1994. Corpora across the centuries. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Ljung, Magnus (ed.) 1997. Corpus-based studies in English. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

McEnery, Tom and Andrew Wilson 2001. Corpus linguistics. An introduction. 2nd edition. Edinburgh: University Press.

Oakes, Michael P. 1998. Statistics for corpus linguistics. Edinburgh: University Press.

Ooi, Vincent B. Y. (ed.) 1998. Computer corpus lexicography. Edinburgh: University Press.

Renouf, Antoinette (eds) 1998. Explorations in corpus linguistics. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Reppen, Randi, Susan M. Fitzmaurice and Douglas Biber (eds) 2002. Using corpora to explore linguistic variation. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Stubbs, Michael 1996. Text and corpus analysis. Computer assisted studies of language and culture. Oxford: Blackwell.

Wichmann, Anne, Steven Fligelstone, Tony McEnery and Gerry Knowles (eds) 1997. Teaching and language corpora. London: Longman.

§23.18 Discourse Analysis
Aijmer, Karin 1996. Conversational routines in English. Convention and creativity. London: Longman.

Bell, Allan and Peter Garrett 1998. Approaches to media discourse. Oxford: Blackwell.

Brown, Penelope and Stephen C. Levinson 1987. Politeness: Some universals in language usage. Cambridge: University Press.

Carter, Ronald 1997. Investigating English discourse. Language, literacy, literature. London: Routledge.

Downing, Pamela and Michael Noonan (eds) 1995. Word order in discourse. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Eggins, Suzanne and Diana Slade 1997. Analysing casual conversation. London: Cassell.

Fairclough, Norman 1992. Discourse and social change. Oxford: Polity Press.

Fetzer, Anita and Christiane Meierkord (eds) 2002. Rethinking sequentiality. Linguistics meets conversational interaction. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Georgakopoulou, Alexandra 1997. Discourse analysis. Edinburgh: University Press.

Johnstone, Barbara 2002. Discourse analysis. Oxford: Blackwell.

Miller, Jim and Regina Weinert 1998. Spontaneous spoken language. Syntax and discourse. Oxford: University Press.

Wilson, John 1990. Politically speaking. The pragmatic analysis of political language. Oxford: Blackwell.

§23.19 Language and Gender
Baron, D. 1986. Grammar and gender. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Baron, Bettina and Helga Kotthoff (eds) 2001. Gender in interaction. Perspectives on femininity and masculinity in ethnography and discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Bergvall, Victoria, Janet Bing and Alice F. Freed (eds) 1996. Rethinking language and gender research: Theory and method. London: Longman.

Cameron, Deborah 1992. Feminism and linguistic theory. 2nd edition. London: Macmillan.

Cameron, Deborah 1995. Verbal hygiene. London: Routledge.

Cameron, Deborah (ed.) 1990. The feminist critique of language. A reader. London: Routledge.

Coates, Jennifer 1986. Women, men and language. A sociolinguistic account of sex differences in language. London: Longman.

Coates, Jennifer 1996. Women talk. Conversation between women friends. Oxford: Blackwell.

Coates, Jennifer 1997. Language and gender. A reader. Oxford: Blackwell.

Eckert, Penelope and Sally McConnell-Ginet 2002. Language and gender. Cambridge: University Press.

Goodman, Lizbeth (ed.) 1996. Literature and gender. London: Routledge.

Graddol, David and Joan Swann 1989. Gender voices. Oxford: Blackwell.

Hall, Kira and Mary Bucholtz (eds) 1995. Gender articulated. Language and the socially constructed self. New York: Routledge.

Harvey, Keith and Celia Shalom (eds) 1997. Language and desire. Encoding sex, romance and intimacy. London: Routledge.

Hellinger, Merlis and Hadumod Bußmann (eds) 2001. Gender across languages. The linguistic representation of women and men. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Holmes, Janet 1995. Women, men and politeness. London: Longman.

Holmes, Janet (eds) 2003. The handbook of language and gender. Oxford: Blackwell.

Johnson, Sally and Ulrike Hanna Meinhof (eds) 1997. Language and masculinity. Oxford: Blackwell.

Kotthoff, Helga and Ruth Wodak (eds) 1997. Communicating gender in context. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Lakoff, George 2004. Language and women’s place. 2nd edition. Oxford: University Press.

Lakoff, Robin 1975. Language and woman’s place. New York: Harper and Row.

Livia, Anna and Kira Hall (eds) 1997. Queerly phrased. Language, gender and sexuality. New York: Oxford University Press.

Miller, Casey and Kate Swift 1991. Words and women. New language in new times. New York: Harper Collins.

Mills, Sara 1995. Feminist stylistics. London: Routledge.

Mills, Sara (ed.) 1995. Language and gender. Interdisciplinary perspectives. London: Longman.

Philips, Susan U., Susan Steele and Christine Tanz 1987. Language, gender and sex in comparative perspective. Cambridge: University Press.

Romaine, Suzanne 1999. Communicating gender. London: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Roman, Camille, Suzanne Juhasz and Christine Miller (eds) 1994. The women and language debate: A sourcebook. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Tannen, Deborah (ed.) 1993. Gender and conversational interaction. Oxford: University Press.

Tannen, Deborah 1994. Gender and discourse. Oxford: University Press.

Thorne, B. and N. Henley (eds) 1975. Language and sex. Difference and dominance. Rowley, MA: Newbury House.

§14 The history of English
§24.0 Background to English
Campbell, James (ed.) 1991. The Anglo-Saxons. Harmondsworth: Penguin.

Chadwick, Nora 1971. The Celts. Harmondsworth: Penguin.

Coetsem, Frans van and Herbert Kufner (eds) 1972. Toward a grammar of Proto-Germanic. Tübingen: Niemeyer.

Green, D. H. 1998. Language and history in the early Germanic world. Cambridge: University Press.

Jackson, Kenneth 1953. Language and history in early Britain. Edinburgh: University Press.

Laing, Lloyd 1979. Celtic Britain. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

Lippi-Green, Rosina and Joseph C. Salmons (eds) 1996. Germanic linguistics. Synchronic and diachronic. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Lockwood, W. B. 1975. Languages of the British Isles past and present. London: André Deutsch.

Markey, Thomas 1976. A North Sea Germanic reader. München: Fink.

Nielsen, Hans 1981. Old English and the continental Germanic languages. A survey of morphological and phonological interrelations. Innsbruck Contributions to Linguistics Innsbruck: University Press.

Penzl, Herbert 1975. Vom Urgermanischen zum Neuhochdeutschen. Eine historische Phonologie [From Proto-Germanic to Modern High German. A historical phonology]. Berlin: Erich Schmidt.

Prokosch, E. 1939. A comparative Germanic grammar. Baltimore: Linguistic Society of America.

Robinson, Orrin W. 1992. Old English and its closest relatives. A survey of the earliest Germanic languages. Stanford, CA: University Press.

Swan, T. et al. (eds) 1992. Older Germanic languages in a comparative perspective. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Voyles, Joseph B. 1992. Early Germanic grammar. Pre-, proto-, and post-Germanic languages. San Diego: Academic Press.
§24.1 Introduction, General
Bailey, Richard W. 1991. Images of English. A cultural history of the language. Cambridge: University Press.

Barber, Charles 1993. The English language. A historical introduction. Cambridge: University Press.

Baugh, Albert C. and Thomas Cable 1993. A history of the English language. 4th edition. London: Routledge.

Berndt, Rolf 1989. A history of the English language. 3rd edition. Leipzig: Verlag Enzyklopädie.

Blake, Norman 1996. A history of English language. London: Macmillan.

Bolton, W. F. and David Crystal (eds) 1987. The English language. London: Sphere Books.

Bourcier, Georges 1981. An introduction to the history of the English language. Trans. and adapted by C. Clark. Cheltenham: Thornes.

Crystal, David 1995. The Cambridge encylopedia of the English language. Cambridge: University Press.

Culpeper, Jonathan 1997. History of English. Language Workbooks. London: Routledge.

Fennell, Barbara 1998. A history of English. A sociolinguistic approach. Oxford: Blackwell.

Görlach, Manfred 1997. The linguistic history of English. An introduction. London: Macmillan.

Graddol, David, Joan Swann and Dick Leith. 1996. English. History, diversity and change. London: Routledge.

Jespersen, Otto. 1940 [1909]. A modern English grammar on historical principles. 6 Vols. Copenhagen: Munksgaard.

Jespersen, Otto 1972. Growth and structure of the English language. 9th edition. Oxford: Blackwell.

Kisbye, Torben 1992. A short history of the English language. Aarhus: University Press.

Knowles, Gerald O. 1997. A cultural history of the English language. London: Edward Arnold.

Lass, Roger 1987. The shape of English. Structure and history. London: Dent.

Leith, Dick 1992 [1983]. A social history of English. London: Routledge.

Hogg, Richard (general ed.) 1992-2001. The Cambridge History of the English Language. 5 volumes. Cambridge: University Press.

McArthur, Tom 1992. The Oxford companion to the English language. Oxford: University Press.

Pyles, Thomas and John Algeo 1993. The origins and development of the English language. 4th edition. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.

Smith, Jeremy 1996. An historical study of English. London: Routledge.

Strang, Barbara 1970. A history of English. London: Methuen.

Trudgill, Peter and Richard Watts (eds) 2001. Alternative histories of English. London: Routledge.

§24.2 Phonetics, Phonology
Anderson, John M. and Charles Jones 1977. Phonological stucture and the history of English. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

Fisiak, Jacek (ed.) 1978. Recent developments in historical phonology. The Hague: Mouton.

Jones, Charles 1989. A history of English phonology. London: Longmans.

Lass, Roger and John Anderson 1975. Old English phonology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Lass, Roger 1976. English phonology and phonological theory. Synchronic and diachronic studies. Cambridge: University Press.

Wolfe, Patricia M. 1972. Linguistic change and the Great Vowel Shift in English. Los Angeles: University of California Press.

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