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publications

t-to-r in north-west England: lexical frequency, schema strength and transitional probability

Published in 13th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, 2015

Conference Proceedings

Recommended citation: Watson, K., Clark, L. and van Eyndhoven, S. (2015). "t-to-r in north-west England: lexical frequency, schema strength and transitional probability." 13th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference Proceedings, Newcastle, UK 20-25 July, 2015. https://journals-sagepub-com.ezproxy.is.ed.ac.uk/doi/full/10.1177/0075424219849093

Lenition and T-to-R are differently salient: The representation of competing realisations of t in Liverpool English dialect literature

Published in Perspectives on Northern Englishes, 2017

Book Chapter

Recommended citation: Honeybone, P., Watson, K. and van Eyndhoven, S. (2017). "Lenition and T-to-R are differently salient: The representation of competing realisations of t in Liverpool English dialect literature." In S. Hancil and Joan Beal (eds.) Perspectives on Northern English, 83-110. Berlin: De Gruyter. https://www-degruyter-com.ezproxy.is.ed.ac.uk/view/title/515065

The <quh->-<wh-> switch: an empirical account of the anglicisation of a Scots variant in Scotland during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries

Published in English Language and Linguistics, 2020

Recommended citation: van Eyndhoven, Sarah and Clark, Lynn. (2020). "The <quh->-<wh-> switch: an empirical account of the anglicisation of a Scots variant in Scotland during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries." English Language and Linguistics. 24(1). https://www-cambridge-org.ezproxy.is.ed.ac.uk/core/journals/english-language-and-linguistics/article/quhwh-switch-an-empirical-account-of-the-anglicisation-of-a-scots-variant-in-scotland-during-the-sixteenth-and-seventeenth-centuries/7F8BDD1B6FB15E209D5662A47C1C78E8

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Historical Sociolinguistics

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A guest lecture on ‘What is Historical Sociolinguistics’ for Masters students undertaking the MSc programme at the University of Edinburgh

teaching

LEL2C: English in Time and Space

Undergraduate course, University of Edinburgh, Linguistics and English Language, 2019

English in Time and Space covers the basic principles of historical linguistics, sociolinguistics and dialectology, and how these relate to the history of English.

LEL1A: Introduction to Linguistics

Undergraduate Course, University of Edinburgh, English Language and Linguistics, 2019

Linguistics and English Language 1A is a 20 credit course taken in Semester 1. LEL1A provides an introductory course to the structure and use of English and other languages.

PPLS Skills Centre

Personal Tutor, University of Edinburgh, English Language and Linguistics, 2020

The PPLS (Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences) Writing Centre is run by the School of PPLS for undergraduate and postgraduate students. It provides appointments, resources, and activities designed to them improve their research and writing. A major component of this is the Skills Centre tutors, whom students are able to book for one hour one-on-one sessions, for guidance and assistance with common writing difficulties such as structuring, clarity, guiding the reader through the argument and argument development.

Historical Linguistics

Honours & Masters course, University of Edinburgh, Linguistics and English Language, 2021

Historical Linguistics is an Honours and Masters level course that covers all the principles and theories of historical linguistics, examines change over time and patterns across various linguistic varieties, and how we can deduce larger systems of change and language spread over time.