Podcast on language, migration and identity
In this podcast, Professor Karen Corrigan from Newcastle University talks about her book “Linguistic Communities and Migratory Processes”. It focuses on language, migration and identity of the people of Northern Ireland in the past and today.
Thank you to Professor Corrigan and the Accentricity Podcast for allowing us to share this recording!
Video on taboo language in Irish English
Ana Mª Terrazas-Calero talks about the use of taboo words in Irish English in a talk entitled “Taboo Language: What Does This F*cking Mean?!”. The talk was held at ENGLISH TALKS 2016 Barcelona https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-0qqI9qz4lM
Video on ‘Yeah, no’ in Ross O’Carroll-Kelly novels
Ana Mª Terrazas-Calero talks about ‘Yeah, no’ in Ross O’Carroll-Kelly novels within the context of a paper entitled “‘Yeah, No’ in Irish English fiction: Pragmatic functions and indexicality of a ‘new’ pragmatic (…)” within the context of the Congreso Cilc 2021 https://tv.um.es/video?id=144511&serie=25291&cod=a1
Historical overview of research on Irish English
Thanks to Ray Hickey for this pdf presenting a brief historical overview of research on Irish English. A shortened version of this presentation was presented at the 3rd EFACIS Roundtable on the Irish English Network on 14.10.21.