Literature for examination topics §11 Introductory Works

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§35.0.2 Dialectology
Allen, Harold B. and Michael D. Linn (eds) 1986. Dialect and language variation. Orlando, FL: Academic Press.

Anderson, Peter M. 1987. A structural atlas of the English dialects. London.

Auer, Peter, F. Hinskens and Paul Kerswill (eds) 2000. Dialect convergence and divergence. London: Longman.

Bauer, Laurie 2002. An introduction to international varieties of English. Edinburgh: University Press.

Coupland, Nicolas 1992. Dialect in use. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.

Fischer, Andreas and Daniel Amman 1996. An index to dialect maps of Great Britain. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Fisiak, Jacek (ed.) 1988. Historical dialectology. Berlin: Mouton-de Gruyter.

Hughes, Arthur and Peter Trudgill 1987. English accents and dialects. An introduction to social and regional varieties of British English. London: Edward Arnold.

Kallen, Jeffrey L., F. Hinskens, J. Taeldeman 2000. Dialect convergence and divergence across European borders. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Linn, Michael D. 1998. Handbook of dialects and language variation. 2nd edition. London: Academic Press.

Lippi-Green, Rosina 1997. English with an accent: Language, ideology, and discrimination in the United States. London: Routledge.

Long, Daniel and Dennis Preston (eds) 2002. Handbook of perceptual dialectology. Vol 2. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Melchers, Gunnel and Nils-Lennart Johannesson (eds) 1994. Nonstandard varieties of language. Stockholm: Almqvist and Wiksell.

Orton, Harold and W.J. Halliday 1963. Survey of English Dialects. Leeds: E.J. Arnold.

Orton, Harold, Stewart Sanderson and John Widdowson (eds) 1996. The linguistic atlas of England. London: Routledge.

Petyt, K. Malcolm 1980. The study of dialect. An introduction to dialectology. London: Longman.

Preston, Dennis R. (ed) 1999. Handbook of perceptual dialectology. Vol 1. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Preston, Dennis R. 1989. Perceptual dialectology. Non-linguist’s views of areal linguistics. Topics in Sociolinguistics, Vol. 7 Dordrecht: Foris.

Trudgill, Peter 1983. On dialect. Social and geographical perspectives. Oxford: Blackwell.

Trudgill, Peter 1986. Dialects in contact. Oxford: Blackwell.

Trudgill, Peter and J. K. Chambers (eds) 1991. Dialects of English. Studies in grammatical variation. London: Longman.

Trudgill, Peter 1993. Dialects. Language Workbooks.London: Routledge.

Trudgill, Peter and Jack K. Chambers 1998. Dialectology. 2nd edition. Cambridge: University Press.

Trudgill, Peter 2002. The dialects of England. 2nd edition. Oxford: Blackwell.

Upton, Clive and John D. A. Widdowson 1996. An atlas of English dialects. Oxford: University Press.

Viereck, Wolfgang and Heinrich Ramisch 1991. The computer developed Linguistic Atlas of England. 2 vols. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer.

§35.0.3 Pidgins and Creoles
Adone, Dany and Ingo Plag (eds) 1994. Creolization and language change. Tübingen: Niemeyer.

Alleyne, Mervyn C. 1980. Comparative Afro-American. Ann Arbor, MI: Karoma.

Andersen, Roger (ed.) 1983. Pidginization and creolization as language acquisition. Rowley, MA: Newbury House.

Arends, Jacques, Pieter Muysken and Norval Smith (eds) 1994. Pidgins and creoles. An introduction. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Baker, Philip (ed.) 1995. From contact to creole and beyond. London: University of Westminster Press.

Bickerton, Derek 1975. Dynamics of a creole system. Cambridge: University Press.

Bickerton, Derek 1981. Roots of language. Ann Arbor: Karoma.

Byrne, Francis and John Holm (eds) 1993. Atlantic meets Pacific. A global view of pidginization and creolization. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Cassidy, Frederic G. 1961. Jamaica talk. Three hundred years of the English language in Jamaica. London: Macmillan.

DeCamp, David and Ian Hancock (eds) 1974. Pidgins and creoles. Current trends and prospects. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.

Hall, Robert A. 1966. Pidgin and creole languages. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

Hancock, Ian (ed.) 1986. Diversity and development in English-related creoles. Ann Arbor, MI: Karoma.

Holm, John 1988. Pidgins and creoles, Vol.1: Theory and structure; Vol.2: Reference survey. Cambridge: University Press.

Holm, John A. 2000. An introduction to pidgins and creoles. Cambridge: University Press.

Hymes, Dell (ed.) 1971. Pidginization and creolization of languages. Cambridge: University Press.

McWhorter, John (ed.) 2000. Language change and language contact in pidgins and creoles. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Mühlhäusler, Peter 1986. Pidgin and creole linguistics. xford: Blackwell.

Muysken, Pieter and Norval Smith (eds) 1986. Substrata versus universals in creole genesis. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Neumann-Holzschuh, Ingrid and Edgar Schneider (eds) 2001. Degrees of restructuring in creole languages. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Rickford, John R. 1988. Dimensions of a creole continuum. Stanford, California: University Press.

Rickford, John R. 1988. Sociolinguistics and pidgin-creole studies. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 71. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Romaine, Suzanne 1988. Pidgin and creole languages. London: Longman.

Schuchardt, Hugo 1980. Pidgin and creole languages. Selected essays by Hugo Schuchardt. Cambridge: University Press.

Sebba, Mark 1997. Contact languages. Pidgins and creoles. London: Macmillan.

Singh, Ishtla 2000. Pidgins and creoles. An introduction. London: Arnold.

Singler, John V. (ed.) 1990. Pidgin and creole tense-mood-aspect systems. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Spears, A. K. and Donald Winford 1997. The structure and status of pidgins and creoles. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Todd, Loreto 1989. Pidgins and creoles2nd edition. London: Routledge.

Valdman, Albert and Arnold Highfield (eds) 1980. Theoretical orientations in creole studies. New York: Academic Press.

Wekker, Herman (ed.) 1995. Creole languages and language acquisition. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Wurm, Stefan, Peter Mühlhäusler and Darrell T.Tryon (eds) 1996. Atlas of languages of intercultural communication in the Pacific, Asia and the Americas. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
§25.1 Regions and Countries
§35.1.1 England
Anderson, Peter M. 1987. A structural atlas of the English dialects. London: Croom Helm.

Anderwald, Lieselotte 2002. Negation in non-standard British English. Gaps, regularizations and asymmetrics. London: Routledge.

Brook, George Leslie 1978. English dialects. 3rd edition. London: André Deutsch.

Cheshire, Jenny 1982. Variation in an English dialect. A sociolinguistic study. Cambridge: University Press.

Davis, L. 1983. English dialectology. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press.

Elworthy, Frederic T. 1886. The West Somerset word-book. A glossary of dialectal and archaic words and phrases used in the West of Somerset and East Devon. London: Trübner.

Fisiak, Jacek and Peter Trudgill 2001. East Anglian English. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer.

Kirk, John, Stewart Sanderson and John Widdowson (eds) 1985. Studies in linguistic geography. The dialects of English in Britain and Ireland. London: Croom Helm.

Kolb, Eduard, Beat Glauser, Willy Elmer and Renate Stamm 1979. Atlas of English sounds. Bern.

Matthews, William 1938. Cockney past and present. A short history of the dialect of London. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

Orton, Harold, Stewart Sanderson and John Widdowson 1978. The linguistic atlas of England. London: Croom Helm.

Petyt, K. Malcolm 1980. The study of dialect. An introduction to dialectology. London: Longman.

Ramisch, Heinrich 1989. The variation of English in Guernsey/Channel Islands. Frankfurt: Lang.

Sebba, Mark 1993. London Jamaican. Language systems in interaction. Real Language Series London: Longman.

Sutcliffe, David 1982. British Black English. Oxford: Blackwell.

Viereck, Wolfgang (ed) 1985. Focus on England and Wales. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Wakelin, Martyn (ed.) 1972. Patterns in the folk speech of the British Isles. London: Athlone Press.

Wakelin, Martyn 1977. English dialects. An introduction. 2nd edition. London: Athlone Press.

Wakelin, Martyn 1986. The southwest of England. Varieties of English around the World, Text Series, Vol. 5 Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Widén, Bertil. 1968 [1949]. Studies on the Dorset dialect. Nendeln, Liechtenstein: Kraus.

Wright, Elizabeth 1913. Rustic speech and folklore. Oxford: University Press.

Wright, Joseph 1905. English dialect grammar. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

§35.1.2 Scotland
Aitken, Adam J., Matthew P. McDiarmuid and Derick S. Thomson (eds) 1977. Bards and Makars. Scottish language and literature, medieval and renaissance. Glasgow: University Press.

Aitken, Adam J. and Tom McArthur (eds.) 1979. Languages of Scotland. Edinburgh: Chambers.

Benskin, Michael and Michael L. Samuels (eds) 1981. So meny people longages and tonges. Philological essays in Scots and mediæval English presented to Angus McIntosh. Edinburgh: The Editors.

Corbett, John, J. Derrick McClure and Jane Stuart-Smith (eds) 2003. The Edinburgh companion to Scots. Edinburgh: University Press.

Glauser, Beat 1970. The Scottish-English linguistic border. Lexical aspects. Bern: Francke.

Görlach, Manfred (ed.) 1985. Focus on: Scotland. Varieties of English around the World, General Series, Vol. 5. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Grant, William and David D. Murison (eds) 1929-76. The Scottish National Dictionary. 10 Vols. Edinburgh: The Scottish National Dictionary Association.

Grant, William and David D. Murison (eds) 1986. The compact Scottish National Dictionary. 2 vols. Aberdeen: University Press.

Johnston, Paul 2004. An introduction to Scots. Edinburgh: University Press.

Macafee, Caroline 1983. Glasgow. Varieties of English Around the World. Text Series, Vol. 3. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Macaulay, Ronald K. 1977. Language, social class and education. A Glasgow study. Edinburgh: University Press.

Macaulay, Ronald K. S. 1991. Locating dialect in discourse: The language of honest men and bonnie lasses in Ayr. Oxford: University Press.

Macaulay, Ronald K. 1997. Standards and variation in urban speech. Examples from Lowland Scots. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Macleod, Iseabail and Pauline Cairns 1993. The concise English-Scots dictionary. Edinburgh: Chambers.

Mather, J. Y. and Hans H. Speitel 1986. The Linguistic Atlas of Scotland. 3 vols. London: Croom Helm.

McClure, J. Derrick 1995. Scots and its literature. Varieties of English Around the World, G14. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

McClure, J. Derrick 2001. Doric. The dialect of North-East Scotland. ???

McIntosh, Angus 1952. An introduction to a survey of Scottish dialects. Edinburgh.

Murison, David 1977. The guid Scots tongue. Edinburgh: Blackwood.

Murray, James A. H. 1873. The dialect of the southern counties of Scotland. Its pronunciation, grammar and historical relations. London: Philological Society.

Robertson, T. A. and John J. Graham 1991. Grammar and usage of the Shetland dialect. Lerwick: Shetland Times.

Robinson, Mairie (ed.) 1985. The concise Scots Dictionary. Aberdeen: University Press.

Sabban, Annette 1982. Gälisch-Englischer Sprachkontakt. [Gaelic-English languge contact]. Heidelberg: Groos.

Tulloch, Graham 1988. Scots. An introduction. Adelaide: Flinders University.

Wilson, James. 1915. Lowland Scotch as Spoken in the Lower Strathearn District of Perthshire. Oxford: University Press.
§35.1.3 Wales
Coupland, Nikolas 1988. Dialect in use. Sociolinguistic variation in Cardiff English. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

Coupland, Nikolas and Alan R. Thomas (eds) 1990. English in Wales. Diversity, Conflict and Change. Clevedon/Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters.

Penhallurick, Robert 1991. The Anglo-Welsh dialects of North Wales. Bamberger Beiträge zur englischen Sprachwissenschaft. Frankfurt/Bern: Lang.

Penhallurick, Robert 1994. Gowerland and its language. Bamberger Beiträge zur englischen Sprachwissenschaft 36. Frankfurt/Bern: Lang.

§35.1.4 Ireland
Adams, George Brendan (ed.) 1964. Ulster dialects. An introductory symposium. Holywood, Co.Down: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.

Barry, Michael V. (ed.) 1981. Aspects of English dialects in Ireland. Belfast: The Institute of Irish Studies.

Bliss, Alan J. 1979. Spoken English in Ireland 1600-1740. Twenty-seven representative texts assembled and analysed. Dublin: Cadenus Press.

Dolan, Terence P. (ed.) 1990. The English of the Irish. Irish University Review, 20:1 Dublin: n.p..

Dolan, Terence P. 1998. A dictionary of Hiberno-English. The Irish use of English. Dublin: Gill and Macmillan.

Dolan, Terence P. and Diarmuid Ó Muirithe (eds) 1996. The dialect of Forth and Bargy. Dublin: Four Courts Press.

Harris, John 1985. Phonological variation and change. Studies in Hiberno-English. Cambridge: University Press.

Henry, Alison 1995. Belfast English and Standard English. Dialect variation and parameter setting. Oxford: University Press.

Henry, Patrick Leo 1957. An Anglo-Irish dialect of North Roscommon. Phonology, accidence, syntax. Dublin: Department of English, University College.

Heuser, Wilhelm 1904. Die Kildare-Gedichte. Die ältesten mittelenglischen Denkmäler in anglo-irischer Überlieferung. [The Kildare Poems. The oldest Middle English documents in the Anglo-Irish tradition]. Bonner Beiträge zur Anglistik, Vol. 14.Bonn: Hanstein.

Hickey, Raymond 2002. A source book for Irish English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Hickey, Raymond forthcoming. Irish English. Its history and present-day forms.

Hindley, Reg 1990. The death of the Irish language. A qualified obituary. London: Routledge.

Hogan, James Jeremiah 1927. The English language in Ireland. Dublin: Educational Company of Ireland.

Joyce, Patrick Weston 1910. English as we speak it in Ireland. London: Longmans, Green and Co..

Kallen, Jeffrey 1997. Focus on Ireland. Varieties of English around the World, General Series, Vol. 21. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

McCafferty, Kevin 2000. Ethnicity and language change. English in (London)Derry, Northern Ireland.

Macafee, Caroline (ed.) 1996. Concise Ulster dictionary. Oxford: University Press.

Mallory, James P. (ed.) 1999. Language in Ulster. Special issue of Ulster Folklife (45).

Milroy, James 1981. Regional accents of English: Belfast. Belfast: Blackstaff.

Ó Muirithe, Diarmuid (ed.) 1977. The English language in Ireland. Cork: Mercier.

Tristram, Hildegard L.C. (ed.) 1997. The Celtic Englishes. Heidelberg: Carl Winter.

Tristram, Hildegard L. C. (ed.) 2000. The Celtic Englishes II. Heidelberg: Carl Winter.

Tristram, Hildegard L. C. (ed.) 2003. The Celtic Englishes III. Heidelberg: Carl Winter.

Wood, Ian S. (ed.) 1994. Scotland and Ulster. Edinburgh: The Mercat Press.
§25.2 North America
§35.2.1 United States
Algeo, John 2001. English in North America. The Cambridge History of the English Language, Vol. 6. Cambridge: University Press.

Allen, Harold and Gary Underwood (eds) 1971. Readings in American dialectology. New York: Appleton Century.

Bernstein, Cynthia, Thomas Nunnally and Robin Sabino (eds) 1997. Language Variety in the South Revisited. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama.

Carver, Craig M. 1987. American regional dialects. A word geography. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.

Cassidy, Frederic G. (ed.) 1985 — . Dictionary of American Regional English. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Christian, Donna, Walt Wolfram and Nanjo Dube 1988. Variation and change in geographically isolated communities Appalachian English and Ozark English. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press.

Dannenberg, Clare and Walt Wolfram 1999. The Roots of Lumbee English, Raleigh: North Carolina Language and Life Project.

Davis, Lawrence M. 1983. English dialectology. An introduction. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.

Dillard, Joey Lee 1972. Black English. Its history and usage in the United States. New York: Random House.

Dillard, Joey Lee 1992. A history of American English. London: Longman.

Feagin, Crawford. 1979. Variation and change in Alabama English: A sociolinguistic study of the white community. Washington: Georgetown University Press.

Ferguson, Charles A. and Shirley B. Heath (eds) 1981. Language in the USA. Cambridge: University Press.

Fishman, Joshua 1966. Language loyalty in the United States. The maintenance and perpetuation of non-English mother tongues by American ethnic and religious groups. The Hague: Mouton.

Frazer, Timothy C. (ed.) 1993. ‘Heartland’ English. Variation and transition in the American Midwest. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press.

Fries, Charles C. 1940. American English grammar. New York: Appleton Century.

Glowka, Wayne A. and Donald M. Lance (eds) 1993. Language variation in American English. Research and teaching. New York: The Modern Language Association of America.

Johnson, Ellen 1996. Lexical change and variation in the Southeastern United States. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press.

Kamensky, Jane 1997. Governing the tongue. The politics of speech in Early New England. Oxford: University Press.

Krapp, George Philip 1925. The English language in America. 2 vols. New York.

Kretzschmar, William A., Virginia G. McDavid, Theodore K. Lerud and Ellen Johnson (eds) 1993. Handbook of the Linguistic Atlas of the Middle and South Atlantic States. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Kurath, Hans et al. 1943. Linguistic atlas of New England. Providence, RI: University Press.

Kurath, Hans and Raven I. McDavid 1961. The pronunciation of English in the Atlantic States. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.

Kytö, Merja 1991. Variation and diachrony with Early American English in focus. Bamberger Beiträge zur Englischen Sprachwissenschaft. Frankfurt/Bern: Lang.

Labov, William, Sharon Ash and Charles Boberg 2002. Atlas of North American English. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Leap, William L. 1993. American Indian English. Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah Press.

Lippi-Green, Rosina 1997. English with an accent. Language, ideology, and discrimination in the United States. London: Routledge.

Lutz, William D. 1994. The Cambridge thesaurus of American English. Cambridge: University Press.

Marckwardt, Albert H. 1980. American English. 2nd ed. revised by J. L. Dillard. New York:

Mencken, Henry L. 1963. The American language. An inquiry into the development of English in the United States. New York:

Montgomery, Michael and Guy Bailey (eds) 1986. Language variety in the South: Perspectives in black and white. University of Alabama Press.

Montgomery, Michael (ed.) 1994. The crucible of Carolina. Essays in the development of Gullah language and culture. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press.

Nagle, Stephen and Sara L. Sanders (eds) 2003. English in the Southern United States. Cambridge: University Press.

Orbeck, Anders 1927. Early New England pronunciation as reflected in some seventeenth century town records of Eastern Massachusetts, Ann Arbor, Michigan: G. Wahr.

Pederson, Lee et al. (eds) 1986. The Linguistic Atlas of the Gulf States. A concordance of basic materials. Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms.

Penfield, Joyce 1985. Chicano English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.Pyles, Thomas 1952. Words and ways of American English. New York:

Reed, Carroll E. 1977. Dialects of American English. 2nd edition. Amherst, MA.

Roca, Ana and John M. Lipski (eds) 1993. Spanish in the United States. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Schneider, Edgar W. (ed.) 1996. Focus on the USA. Varieties of English Around the World, General Series, Vol. 16. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Shuy, Roger W. 1967. Discovering American dialects. Campaign, Illinois.

Tottie, Gunnel 2002. An introduction to American English. Oxford: Blackwell.

Ureland, P. Sture and Iain Clarkson (eds) 1996. Language contact across the North Atlantic. Tübingen: Niemeyer.

Veltman, Calvin 1983. Language shift in the United States. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Williamson, Juanita V. and Virginia M. Burke (eds) 1971. A various language. Perspectives on American dialects. New York:

Wolfram, Walt and Donna Christian 1976. Appalachian speech. Arlington, VA: Center for Applied Linguistics.

Wolfram, Walt and Natalie Schilling-Estes 1997. Hoi Toide on the Outer Banks. The story of the Ocracoke Brogue. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.

Wolfram, Walt and Natalie Schilling-Estes 1998. American English. Dialects and variation. Oxford: Blackwell.

Wood, Curtis and Tyler Blethen (eds) 1997. Ulster and North America: Transatlantic perspectives on the Scotch-Irish. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press.
§35.2.2 Canada
Avis, Walter S. et al. (eds) 1967. A dictionary of Canadianisms on historical principles. Toronto: Gage.

Chambers, Jack (ed.) 1973. Canadian English. Origins and structures. Toronto: Methuen.

Clarke, Sandra (ed.) 1993. Focus on Canada. Varieties of English around the World, General Series, Vol.11. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Edwards, John (ed.) 1998. Language in Canada. Cambridge: University Press.

Leon, P. R. and P. Martin (eds) 1979. Toronto English. Montreal: Didier.

McConnell, R. E. 1979. Our own voice. Canadian English and how it is studied. Toronto: Gage.

Orkin, Mark M. (ed.) 1971. Speaking Canadian English. An informal account of the English language in Canada. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

Paddock, Harold (ed.) 1982. Languages in Newfoundland and Labrador. 2nd edition. St.John’s: Memorial University of Newfoundland.

Pratt, T. K. 1988. Dictionary of Prince Edward Island English. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Scargill, M. H. 1977. A short history of Canadian English. Victoria, British Columbia: Sono Nis Press.

Story, George M., William J. Kirwin and John D. Widdowson (eds.) 1990. Dictionary of Newfoundland English. 2nd edition with supplement. Toronto:

Woods, Howard B. 1986. The Ottawa survey of Canadian English. Montreal: Didier.

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