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Afitska, O. (2014) Formative Use of Language Assessment: Supporting Learning Through the Medium of a Second Language. US-China Education Review A, 4 (8). 517 - 535 . ISSN 2161-623X

Afitska, O. (2015) Role of focus-on-form instruction, corrective feedback and uptake in second language classrooms: some insights from recent second language acquisition research. Language Learning Journal, 43 (1). 57 - 73. ISSN 0957-1736

Afitska, O. (2015) Scaffolding learning: developing materials to support the learning of science and language by non-native English-speaking students. Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching. ISSN 1750-1229

Afitska, O. (2014) Use Of Formative Assessment, Self- And Peer-Assessment In The Classrooms: Some Insights From Recent Language Testing And Assessment (LTA) Research. i-manager's Journal on English Language Teaching (JELT), 4 (1). 29 - 39. ISSN 2231–333, E-ISSN 2249-0752

Afitska, O. and Clegg, J. (2016) Supporting teachers in EAL classrooms: working towards the centralised provision of subject-specific, EAL-tailored resources for primary classrooms. The European Journal of Applied Linguistics and TEFL, 5 (1). 4. pp. 95-108. ISSN 2192-1032


Babbage, F.H. (2016) Active Audiences: spectatorship as research practice. Studies in Theatre and Performance, 36 (1). pp. 48-51. ISSN 1468-2761

Babbage, F.H. (2015) Adaptation and Storytelling in the Theatre. Critical Stages/Scenes Critiques, 12.

Baldock, S., Cheeseman, M., Edwards, A.S.G., Mussell, J., Scott, C., Trowell, I., Faulkner, M., Regis, A., Rhatigan, E. and Williams, G. (2014) (Re)Presenting the Archive. Archive Journal: 360, 4. ISSN 2166-1189

Beal, J.C. and Sen, R. (2014) Towards a corpus of eighteenth-century English phonology. In: Vandelanotte, L., Davidse, K., Gentens, C. and Kimps, D., (eds.) Recent Advances in Corpus Linguistics: Developing and Exploiting Corpora. Brill/Rodopi , Amsterdam , pp. 31-54. ISBN 9789042038714


Callaghan, M. (2013) ‘Chosen Comrades’: Yeats’s Romantic Rhymes. Romanticism. ISSN 1354-991X (In Press)

Callaghan, M. (2015) Forms of conflict: Byron's influence on Yeats. English, 64 (245). 81 - 98. ISSN 0013-8215

Callaghan, M. (2015) Shelley and the Ambivalence of Idealism. Keats-Shelley Journal. ISSN 0453-4387 (In Press)

Carter, P and Plug, L (2014) Prosodic marking, pitch and intensity in spontaneous phonological self-repair in Dutch. In: Proceedings of the 10th International Seminar on Speech Production. 10th International Seminar on Speech Production, 5-8 May 2014, Cologne, Germany. .

Collignon, F. Atomic-Antarctic Terminal Zone. Textual Practice. ISSN 0950-236X (In Press)

Collignon, F. (2014) Rocket States: Atomic Weaponry and the Cultural Imagination. Bloomsbury Academic , New York , (192pp). ISBN 9781623567255

Corrigan, K.P. and Montgomery, C. (2015) Special issue on sense of place in the history of English. English Language and Linguistics, 19 (2). pp. 203-211. ISSN 1360-6743

Crossley, J. and Edwards, K. (2015) Paul and the Faithfulness of God as Postmodern Scholarship. In: Heilig, C., Hewitt, J.T. and Bird, M.F., (eds.) God and the Faithfulness of Paul A Critical Examination of the Pauline Theology of N. T. Wright. Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament 2. Reihe (413). Mohr Siebeck , pp. 603-621. ISBN 316153851X


Ebury, K. 'In the midst of its enemies': Animal Pain and Capital Punishment in Beckett’s ‘Dante and the Lobster’. Society and Animals. ISSN 1063-1119 (Submitted)

Ebury, K. (2015) ‘"Serve, Serve" it sang, and it sang that all day:" James Joyce and John Berryman’. Hypermedia Joyce Studies. ISSN 1801-1020


Forrest, D. and Johnson, B. (2015) Lesley sharp and the alternative geographies of northern english stardom. Journal of Popular Television, 4 (2). pp. 199-212. ISSN 2046-9861 (In Press)

Forrest, D. and Johnson, B. (2015) Northern English Stardom (Dossier Introduction). Journal of Popular Television, 4 (2). pp. 196-198. ISSN 2046-9861 (In Press)


Gavins, J. and Simpson, P. (2015) Regina v John Terry: The discursive construction of an alleged racist event. Discourse and Society. ISSN 1460-3624

Giovanelli, M. and Mason, J.L. (2015) "Well I don't feel that": Schemas, worlds and authentic reading in the classroom. English in Education, 49 (1). 41 - 55. ISSN 1754-8845


Harwood, N. (2007) Political scientists on the functions of personal pronouns in their writing: An interview-based study of 'I' and 'we'. Text and Talk, 27 (1). pp. 27-54. ISSN 1860-7330

Harwood, N. (2016) What can we learn from mainstream education textbook research? RELC Journal. ISSN 0033-6882 (In Press)

Hobbs, V. (2014) Accounting for the great divide: Features of clarity in analytic philosophy journal articles. Journal of English for Academic Purposes , 15. pp. 27-36. ISSN 1475-1585

Hobbs, V. (2015) Looking Again at Clarity in Philosophy: Writing as a Shaper and Sharpener of Thought. Philosophy, 90 (01). 135 - 142. ISSN 0031-8191

Hobbs, V. (2015) An Overview and Assessment of the OPC General Assembly in The Appeal of John Carrick. The Aquila Report.

Hobbs, V. (2015) Reformed Women Speak. The Aquila Report.

Hobbs, V. (2015) Women on Trial: One observer’s view. The Aquila Report.

Hobbs, V. and Garcia, M.A. (2016) The Heroic Abuser? Christian Media Headlines about Saeed and Naghmeh Abedini. The Aqila Report.

Hobbs, V. and Miller, R. (2015) The Subordinate Place of Supreme Honor: A Response to Douglas Wilson. Patheos.

Hodson, J. (2007) Women write the rights of woman: The sexual politics of the personal pronoun in the 1790s. Language and Literature, 16 (3). 281 - 304. ISSN 0963-9470

Hodson, J. (2006) The problem of Joseph Priestley's (1733-1804) descriptivism. Historiographia Linguistica , 33 (1-2). 57 - 84. ISSN 0302-5160

Hodson, J.L. (2016) Talking like a servant: what nineteenth century novels can tell us about the social history of the language. Journal of Historical Sociolinguistics, 2 (1). ISSN 2199-2908


Ifill, H. (2013) “Sweeter And Lovelier Than Ever”: Rereading Lucy. In: Ounoughi, S., (ed.) Telegraph for Garlic. Red Rattle Books . ISBN 1909086088

Ifill, H. (2013) Wilkie Collins’s Monomaniacs in Basil, No Name and Man and Wife. Wilkie Collins Journal, 12. ISSN 2052-2991


Khuder, B. and Harwood, N. (2015) L2 writing in test and non-test situations: Process and product. Journal of Writing Research, 6 (3). pp. 233-278. ISSN 2030-1006


Ladkin, S. (2014) AHRC Critical Review - Against Value in the Arts. UNSPECIFIED.

Ladkin, S. ‘And now it is the serpent’s turn’: The rhetoric of the figura serpentinata in Frank O’Hara’s ‘In Memory of my Feelings’. Word and Image. ISSN 0266-6286 (In Press)

Ladkin, S. (2015) The "Onanism of Poetry" walt whitman, rob halpern and the deconstruction of masturbation. Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities, 20 (4). 131 - 156. ISSN 0969-725X

Local, J. and Walker, G. (2005) `Mind the gap': further resources in the production of multi-unit, multi-action turns. Working Paper. York Papers in Linguistics: Series 2 (3). University of York ISSN 0307-3238


Montgomery, C. (2015) Borders and boundaries in the North of England. In: Hickey, R., (ed.) Researching Northern English. Varieties of English Around the World (G55). John Benjamins , Amsterdam , pp. 345-368. ISBN 9789027249159

Montgomery, C. (2008) Perceptions of Liverpool English. In: Grant, A. and Grey, C., (eds.) The Mersey Sound: Liverpool's Language, People and Places. Open House Press , Liverpool . ISBN 095444633X

Montgomery, C. (2010) Starburst Charts: Methods for investigating the geographical perception of and attitudes towards speech samples. Studies in Variation, Contacts and Change in English (eVARIENG), 7. ISSN 1797-4453

Montgomery, C. (2013) Voices of the UK: Accents and Dialects of English. English World-Wide, 34 (1). pp. 105-109. ISSN 0172-8865

Montgomery, C. and Stoeckle, P. (2013) Geographic information systems and perceptual dialectology: a method for processing draw-a-map data. Journal of Linguistic Geography, 1 (01). pp. 52-85. ISSN 2049-7547

Mulderrig, J.M. (2014) “Enabling” Participatory Governance in Education: A Corpus-Based Critical Analysis of Policy in the United Kingdom. In: Smyers, P., Bridges, D., Burbules, N. and Griffiths, M., (eds.) International Handbook of Interpretation in Educational Research. Springer International Handbooks of Education, 1 . Springer Netherlands , Dordrecht , pp. 441-470. ISBN 9789401792813

Mulderrig, J.M. (2016) Reframing Obesity: a Critical Discourse Analysis of the UK’s first Social Marketing Campaign. Critical Policy Studies. ISSN 1946-0171 (In Press)


Orfitelli, R. and Grüter, T. (2013) Do null subjects really transfer? In: Cabrelli Amaro, J., Judy, T. and Pascual y Cabo, D., (eds.) Proceedings of the 12th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition Conference (GASLA 2013). 12th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition Conference (GASLA 2013), 26-28 April 2013, University of Florida. Cascadilla Proceedings Project , Somerville, MA , pp. 145-154. ISBN 9781574734614


Rayner, J.R. (2009) Adapting Australian Film: Ray Lawrence from Bliss to Jindabyne. Studies in Australasian Cinema, 3 (3). pp. 295-308. ISSN 1750-3175

Rayner, J.R. (2016) Naval Narratives of Re-enactment: In Which We Serve and Sea of Fire. Journal of War & Culture Studies. ISSN 1752-6272

Rayner, J.R. (2015) Young Lions of the Old Empire: The Anzacs and the Reporting of Gallipoli in War Illustrated Magazine. Australian Studies, 7. 1 - 22 . ISSN 0954-0954

Regis, A. (2013) Genre. The Virtual Theorist.

Regis, A. and Wynne, D. (2012) Miss Havisham's Dress: Materialising Dickens in Film Adaptations of Great Expectations. Neo-Victorian Studies, 5 (2). 35 - 58. ISSN 1757-9481

Rutter, T. (2013) Marlowe, Hoffman, and the Admiral’s Men. Marlowe Studies: An Annual, 3. 49 - 62 (14).


Sen, R. (2012) Reconstructing Phonological Change: Duration and Syllable Structure in Latin Vowel Reduction. Phonology, 29 (3). pp. 465-504. ISSN 0952-6757

Sen, R. (2015) Syllable and Segment in Latin. Oxford Studies in Diachronic and Historical Linguistics 16 . Oxford University Press , Oxford . ISBN 9780199660186

Shrank, C. (2010) Manuscript, authenticity and 'evident proofs' against the Scottish Queen. In: Edwards, A.S.G., (ed.) Tudor Manuscripts 1485-1603:. English Manuscript Studies 1100-1700 , 15 . University of Chicago Press , 198 - 218 . ISBN 9780712350631

Shrank, C. (2009) Reading Shakespeare's sonnets: John Benson and the 1640 poems. Shakespeare, 5 (3). 271 - 291 . ISSN 1745-0918

Shrank, C. and Pincombe, M. (2010) Doing away with the drab age. Literature Compass, 7 (3). pp. 160-176. ISSN 1741-4113

Shrank, C.L. (2017) Mocking or mirthful? Laughter in early modern dialogue. In: Knights, M.J. and Morton, A., (eds.) The Power of Laughter and Satire in Early Modern Britain c.1520-1820: Contestation and Construction. Boydell and Brewer . (In Press)

Shrank, C.L. and Bryson, A. (2016) Introduction. Huntington Library Quarterly. ISSN 1544-399X (In Press)

Shrank, CL (2011) 1553. In: Oxford History of Popular Print Culture. Oxford University Press , 537 - 547 . ISBN 978-0-19-928704-8

Steenbrugge, C. (2012) Presenters in N-Town: ‘We asygne it to 3oure good deliberacion’. European Medieval Drama, 16. 53 - 67. ISSN 1378-2274

Steenbrugge, C. “i speke so miche to ȝow’: Authority, didacticism, and audience address in Middle English sermons and morality plays’. Medieval English Theatre, 37. ISSN 0143-3784 (In Press)

Steenbrugge, C. and Johnston, A.F. (2015) Love and Romance in Early Drama: Introduction. Research on Medieval and Renaissance Drama, 54. 1 - 5.


van Duyvenbode, R. (2015) The Delectable Negro: human consumption and homoeroticism within US slave culture. Journal of Gender Studies, 24 (5). 593 - 595. ISSN 0958-9236

van Duyvenbode, R.H. (2015) First SEED Seminar Facilitated in the UK. Research & Action, 37 (1). 12 - 13.


Walker, G. (2004) On Some Interactional and Phonetic Properties of Increments to Turns in Talk-in-Interaction. In: Couper-Kuhlen, E. and Ford, C.E., (eds.) Sound patterns in interaction : cross-linguistic studies from conversation. Typological studies in language (62). John Benjamins Publishing Company , Amsterdam ; Philadelphia , 147 - 170. ISBN 9027229732

Walker, G. (2015) Phonetic Variation and Interactional Contingencies in Simultaneous Responses. Discourse Processes. ISSN 0163-853X

Walker, G. (2012) Phonetics and prosody in conversation. In: Sidnell, J. and Stivers, T., (eds.) The Handbook of Conversation Analysis. Blackwell Handbooks in Linguistics . John Wiley and Sons, Ltd , Chichester, West Sussex , pp. 455-474. ISBN 9781444332087

Walker, G. (2011) Phonetics and the management of talk-in-interaction. In: Andersen, G. and Aijmer, K., (eds.) Pragmatics of Society. Handbooks of Pragmatics (HOPS) (5). Mouton De Gruyter , Berlin , 153 - 180. ISBN 9783110214420

Walker, G. (2013) Young children's use of laughter after transgressions. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 46 (4). pp. 363-382. ISSN 0835-1813

Walker, G. (2010) The phonetic constitution of a turn-holding practice: rush-throughs in English talk-in-interaction. In: Barth-Weingarten, D., Reber, E. and Selting, M., (eds.) Prosody in Interaction. Studies in discourse and grammar (23). John Benjamins Publishing Company , Amsterdam ; Philadelphia , 51 - 72. ISBN 9789027226334

Warren, M.J. (2014) A Robe Like Lightning: Clothing Changes and Identification in Joseph and Aseneth. In: Upson-Saia, K., Daniel-Hughes, C. and Batten, A.J., (eds.) Dressing Judeans and Christians in Antiquity. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. , Farnham, UK , pp. 137-153. ISBN 1472423348

Warren, M.J. and Sheinfeld, S. (2015) Students Think Better with Thinking Pieces: Why You Should Consider Using Low-Stakes Writing Assignments in Your Class. Ancient Jew Review.

Warren, M.J.C. (2015) My Flesh Is Meat Indeed A Nonsacramental Reading of John 6:51-58. Fortress Press , Minneapolis, MN , (304pp). ISBN 9781451490244

Warren, M.J.C. (2015) 'My heart poured forth understanding’: 4 Ezra’s Fiery Cup as Hierophagic Consumption. Studies in Religion/Sciences Religieuses , 44 (3). pp. 320-333. ISSN 0008-4298

Whong, M, Marsden, H and Gil, K-H (2013) How we can learn from acquisition: the acquisition-learning debate revisited. In: Proceedings of the 12th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition Conference. 12th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition, 26th-28th April 2013, Gainesville, Florida. Cascadilla Press , 203 - 210 (8). ISBN 978-1-57473-461-4

Whong, MK, Gil, KH and Marsden, H (2011) L2 acquisition of any: negative evidence, negative implicature and negative L1 transfer. In: Proceedings of the Second Language Research Forum 2010. Second Language Research Forum 2010, 14th-17th October 2010, College Park, Maryland USA. Cascadilla Proceedings Project , 29 - 39. ISBN 978-1-57473-448-5

Williams, G. (2013) Glossing over the Lamb: Phonaesthetic GL- in Middle English and Aural Scepticism in Pearl. The Review of English Studies, 65 (271). pp. 596-618. ISSN 1471-6968

Williams, G.T. (2013) Women's Epistolary Utterance A Study of the Letters of Joan and Maria Thynne, 1575-1611. Pragmatics & Beyond New Series (233). John Benjamins Publishing Company , Amsterdam , (266pp). ISBN 9027256381

Williams, G.T. (2016) Written like a 'gwd' Scotswoman: Margaret Tudor's use of Scots. Scottish Language. ISSN 0264-0198 (In Press)

Williams, G.T. (2015) wine min Unferð: A reconsideration of (supposed) sarcasm in Beowulf. Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 18 (2). ISSN 1569-9854 (In Press)


Zuraw, K., Yu, K.M. and Orfitelli, R. (2014) The word-level prosody of Samoan. Phonology, 31 (02). pp. 271-327. ISSN 0952-6757

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