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Aijmer, K.(2022)."Well He's Sick Anyway Like": Anyway in Irish
English. Corpus Pragmatics, 6(2), 101-125.
article in journal
Amador Moreno, C. P., Corrigan, K. P., McCafferty, K., & Moreton, E.(2016).Migration databases as impact tools in the education and heritage sectors. In: K. Corrigan, & A. Mearns (Eds.), Creating and Digitizing Language Corpora. Basingstoke, New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, 25-67.article in edited volume
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2023).Discourse-Pragmatic Markers in Irish English. In: R. Hickey (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Irish English. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press, 426-447.article in edited volume
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2019a)."Matt & Mrs Connor is with me now. They are only beginning to learn the work of the camp": Irish emigrants writing from Argentina. In: R. Hickey (Ed.), Keeping in Touch: Emigrant Letters Across the English-speaking World. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.article in edited volume
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2019b).Orality in Written Texts: Using Historical Corpora to Investigate Irish English (1700-1900). Oxford: Routledge.monograph
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2018)."Irish English had to do with personal identity, and you can’t get rid of that”: An interview with Juan José Delaney. Estudios Irlandeses, 13 , 143-150.article in journal
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2016a).The language of Irish writing in English. In: R. Hickey (Ed.), Sociolinguistics in Ireland. Basingstoke, New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, 299-319.article in edited volume
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2016b).Female voices in the context of Irish emigration: A linguistic analysis of gender differences in private correspondence. Irish Journal of Applied Social Studies, 16(1), 77-95.article in journal
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2015)."There’s, like, total silence again, roysh, and no one says anything": Fictional representations of ‘new’ DMs and quotatives in Irish English. In: C.P. Amador-Moreno, K. McCafferty, & E. Vaughan (Eds.), Pragmatic Markers in Irish English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 370-389.article in edited volume
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2012a).The Irish in Argentina: Irish English transported. In: B. Migge, & M. Ní Chiosain (Eds.), New Perspectives in Irish English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 289-309.article in edited volume
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2012b).A corpus-based approach to contemporary Irish writing: Ross O’Carroll-Kelly’s use of like as a discourse marker. International Journal of English Studies. Special Issue A New Approach to Literature: Corpus Linguistics, 12(2), 19-38.article in journal
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2010a).How can corpora be used to explore literary speech representation?. In: A. O’Keeffe, & M. McCarthy (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Corpus Linguistics. London: Routledge, 531-544. article in edited volume
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2010b).Writing from the margins: Donegal English invented/imagined. Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster (special issue: 'Marginal dialects': language varieties on linguistic boundaries in Scotland, Ireland and beyond), 1, 52-69. article in journal
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2010c).An Introduction to Irish English. London: Equinox.monograph
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2009).Remembering language(s): bilingualism, Hiberno-English and the Gaeltacht peasant memoir. Irish University Review, 39(1), 76-89.article in journal
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2007a).The crossing of boundaries in Donegal writing. In: A. Altuna, & C. Andreu (Eds.), Re-Writing Boundaries. Barcelona: Promociones y Publicaciones Universitarias, 209-216. article in edited volume
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2007b).Prepositional use in Irish English: evidence from a written corpus. In: J. M. Eloy, & T. Ó hIfearnáin (Eds.), Langues Proches-Langues Collatérales. Paris: L’Harmattan, 171-182.article in edited volume
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2007c).Varieties of English varieties of literature: Some notes on Irish English and ELT. Teanga (The Irish Yearbook of Applied Linguistics), 22, 53-69.article in journal
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2007d).How the Irish speak English: a conversation with T. P. Dolan. Revista de Estudios Irlandeses, 2, 214-217. article in journal
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2006).The Use of Hiberno-English in Patrick MacGill’s Early Novels: Bilingualism and Language Shift from Irish to English in County Donegal. Lewiston, New York: The Edwin Mellen Press. monograph
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2005).Discourse markers in Irish English: An example from literature. In: A. Barron, & K.P. Schneider (Eds.), The Pragmatics of Irish English. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 73-100.article in edited volume
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2002a).A look at some terms of endearment in Hiberno-English: Gaelic and English influences. In: L. Iglesias Rabade, & S. Mª Doval Suarez (Eds.), Studies in Contrastive Linguistics 132. Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, 147-156. article in edited volume
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2002b).Reflexiones en torno a la traducción de ‘Kinship’, de Seamus Heaney. Anuario de Estudios Filológicos, XXV, 5-16.article in journal
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2000).Tierra sin lengua, tierra sin alma: Observaciones en torno a algunos proverbios irlandeses. Interlingüística, 11, 42-45.article in journal
Amador-Moreno, C. P.(1997).El hiberno-inglés y su representación en la literatura Anglo-Irlandesa. Interlingüística, 8, 23-29.article in journal
Amador-Moreno, C. P., & Corrigan, K. P.(2023).Determining the Impact of Education and Socioeconomic Status on Linguistic Choices in
the Corpus of Irish English Correspondence. In: C. P. Amador-Moreno, D. Haumann, & A. Peters (Eds.), Digitally-assisted Historical English Linguistics. New York: Routledge, 11-33.
article in edited volume
Amador-Moreno, C. P., & Terrazas-Calero, A. M.(2017).Encapsulating Irish English in literature. World Englishes, 36(2), 254-268.article in journal
Amador-Moreno, C. P., & O’Keeffe, A.(2018).He's after getting up a load of wind: A corpus-based exploration of be +after + V-ing constructions in spoken and written corpora. In: D, Villanueva-Romero, C. P. Amador-Moreno, & M. Sánchez García (Eds.), Voice and Discourse in the Irish Context. Basingstoke/New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, 47-73.article in edited volume
Amador-Moreno, C. P., & McCafferty, K.(2015a)."Sure this is a great country for drink and rowing at elections”: Discourse markers in the corpus of Irish English correspondence, 1750 – 1940. In: C.P. Amador-Moreno, K. McCafferty, & E. Vaughan (Eds.), Pragmatic Markers in Irish English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 270-291.article in edited volume
Amador-Moreno, C. P., & McCafferty, K.(2015b)."[B]ut sure its only a penny after all": Irish English discourse marker sure. In: M. Dossena (Ed.), Transatlantic Perspectives in Late Modern English: Advances in Historical Sociolinguistics. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 179-198.article in edited volume
Amador-Moreno, C. P., & McCafferty, K.(2012).Linguistic identity and the study of emigrant letters: Irish English in the making. Lengua y Migración, 4(2), 5-24.article in journal
Amador-Moreno, C. P., & Ávila-Ledesma, N.(2020).Migration experiences and identity construction in nineteenth-century Irish emigrant letters. In: R. Hickey, & C. P. Amador-Moreno (Eds.), Irish Identities: Sociolinguistic Perspectives. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.article in edited volume
Amador-Moreno, C. P., McCafferty, K., & Vaughan, E. (Eds.)(2015).Pragmatic Markers in Irish English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.edited volume
Amador-Moreno, C. P., & Terrazas-Calero, A. M.(2022).Using corpus linguistics to explore literary
speech representation: non-standard language
in fiction. In: A. O'Keeffe, & M. J. McCarthy (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Corpus Linguistics, Second edition. London: Routledge, 517-531.
article in edited volume
Antonini, R., Corrigan, K. P., & Wei, L.(2002).The Irish language in the Republic of Ireland and in Northern Ireland. In: U. Ammon, K.J. Mattheier, & P. Nelde (Eds.), Language Policy and Small Languages, Special Issue of Sociolinguistica: International Yearbook of European Sociolinguistics. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag, 118-128.article in edited volume
Ávila-Ledesma, N., & Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2023).'The seas was like mountains': Intra-writer
variation and social mobility in Irish emigrant
letters. Journal of Historical Sociolinguistics, 9(2), 243-261.
article in journal
Ávila-Ledesma, N., & Amador-Moreno, C. P.(2016).“The more please [places] I see the more I think of home”: On gendered discourse of Irishness and migration experiences. In: J. Romero-Trillo (Ed.), Yearbook of Corpus Linguistics and Pragmatics 2016: Global Implications for Society and Education in the Networked Age. Springer, 85-105.article in edited volume
Ávila-Ledesma, N. E.(2024)."I Thought you had Forgotten me": A Corpus- Pragmatic Examination of the Mental Verb
Think in Irish Emigrants' Letters. Corpus Pragmatics, 8(1), 77–93.
article in journal
Ávila-ledesma, N. E.(2019).Believe my word dear father that you can’t pick up money here as quick as the people at home thinks it: Exploring migration experiences in Irish emigrants’ letters. Corpus Pragmatics, 3(2), 101–121. article in journal
Barron, A.(2023).Irish English and Variational Pragmatics. In: R. Hickey (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Irish English. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press, 400-425.article in edited volume
Barron, A.(2022a).Responses to thanks in Ireland, England and Canada: A variational pragmatic perspective. Corpus Pragmatics, 6(2), 127-153. article in journal
Barron, A.(2020).Teaching pragmatic competence with corpora: Intensification in expressions of gratitude across varieties. In: K. Glaser, & H. Limberg (Eds.), Pragmatische Kompetenzen im schulischen Fremdsprachenunterricht. Berlin: Peter Lang Verlag, 106 -137.article in edited volume
Barron, A.(2019).Norms and variation in L2 pragmatics. In: N. Taguchi (Ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Second Language Acquisition and Pragmatics. Abingdon/New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 447-461.article in edited volume
Barron, A.(2017).The speech act of ‘offers’ in Irish English. In: R. Hickey, & E. Vaughan (Eds.), World Englishes, 36(2), 224-238.article in journal
Barron, A.(2015).“And your wedding is the twenty-second <.> of June is it?”: Tag questions in Irish English. In: C. P. Amador-Moreno, K. McCafferty, & E. Vaughan (Eds.), Pragmatic Markers in Irish English. John Benjamins, 204-229.article in edited volume
Barron, A.(2012).Public Information Messages: A Contrastive Genre Analysis of State-Citizen Communication. Amsterdem/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.monograph
Barron, A.(2011).Variation revisited: a corpus analysis of offers in Irish English and British English. In: J. Frenk, & L. Steveker (Eds.), Anglistentag 2010 Saarbrücken: Proceedings. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 407-19.article in edited volume
Barron, A.(2008a).The structure of requests in Irish English and English English. In: K. P. Schneider, & A. Barron (Eds.), Variational Pragmatics. A Focus on Regional Varieties in Pluricentric Languages. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 35–67.article in edited volume
Barron, A.(2008b).Contrasting requests in Inner Circle Englishes. A study in variational pragmatics. In: M. Pütz, & J. Neff van Aertselaer (Eds.), Contrastive Pragmatics: Interlanguage and Cross-Cultural Perspectives. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 355-402.article in edited volume
Barron, A.(2005).Offering in Ireland and England. In: A. Barron, & K. P. Schneider (Eds.), The Pragmatics of Irish English. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 141-176.article in edited volume
Barron, A., & Pandarova, I.(2016).The sociolinguistics of language use in Ireland. In: R. Hickey (Ed.), Sociolinguistics inn Ireland. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 107-130.
article in edited volume
Barron, A., & Schneider, K. P.(2009).Variational pragmatics: Studying the impact of social factors on language use in interaction. In: A. Barron, & K. P. Schneider (Eds.), Intercultural Pragmatics, 6(4), 425-442.article in journal
Barron, A., & Schneider, K. P.(2005).Irish English: A focus on language in action. In: A. Barron, & K. P. Schneider (Eds.), The Pragmatics of Irish English. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 3-16.article in edited volume
Barron, A., & Schneider, K P. (Eds.)(2009).Special issue on Variational Pragmatics. Intercultural Pragmatics, 6(4), 425-615.

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Barron, A., & Schneider, K. P. (Eds.) (2005). The Pragmatics of Irish English. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.edited volume
Barron, A., Pandarova, I., & Muderack, K.(2015).Tag questions across Irish English and British English: A corpus analysis of form and function. Multilingua, 34(4), 495-524.article in journal
Beal, J.C., & Corrigan, K. P.(2010).The impact of nineteenth century Celtic English migrations on contemporary Northern Englishes: Tyneside and Sheffield compared. In: H. Paulasto, & E. Penttila (Eds.), Festschrift for Markku Filppula on the Occasion of his 60th Birthday. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 231-258.article in edited volume
Bessell, N.(2023).Irish English in Cork City. In: R. Hickey (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Irish English. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press, 382-399.article in edited volume
Bessell, N.(2014).What’s in an accent? Perceptions of young adult listeners in Cork and Kilkenny. Journal of Clinical Speech and Language Studies, 21(1), 63-86.article in journal
Binelli, A.(2018).Memory of the Rising and Futurology in the Same-Sex Marriage Referendum Debate. Studi Irlandesi. A Journal of Irish Studies, 8(8), pp. 303-318.article in journal
Binelli, A.(2010a).Irish English and Dublin English in Damien Dempsey’s Lyrics. In: O. Palusci (Ed.), English But Not Quite. Locating Linguistic Diversity. Trento: Tangram Edizioni Scientifiche, 37-55. article in edited volume
Binelli, A.(2010b).Metaphors and Crisis in the Irish Newspaper Discourse: A Call for Disaffection? in: Internationalist Review of Irish Culture, 2/2010, 50-64.article in journal
Bongiorno, J.(2017).Etude du système phonologique de l'anglais parlé à Dublin dans le cadre du programme PAC (Study of the phonological system of the English spoken in Dublin in the framework of the PAC programme), Aix Marseille Université.master thesis
Bongiorno, J., & Herment, S.(2018).A Qualitative Analysis of Rising Tones in Dublin English. In: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Speech Prosody, Jun 2018, Poznan, Poland.conference proceedings
Bonness, D. J.(2023b).The Language of Nineteenth-Century Irish Immigrants to New Zealand. In: R. Hickey (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Irish English. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press, 561-584.article in edited volume
Bonness, D. J.(2023a)."I...] and the Brogue their was good fun that night in Uncle James'": A Case Study on a Late
19th- century Ulster Family Network. In: C. P. Amador-Moreno, D. Haumann, & A. Peters (Eds.), Digitally-assisted Historical English Linguistics. New York: Routledge, 225-244.
article in edited volume
Bonness, D. J.(2019)."[S]eas may divide and oceans roll between but friends is friends whatever intervene": Emigrant letters in New Zealand. In: R. Hickey (Ed.), Keeping in Touch: Emigrant Letters Across the English-speaking World. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 185-209.article in edited volume
Bonness, D. J.(2018).NEG/AUX contraction in eighteenth-century Irish English emigrant letters. In: D. Villanueva-Romero, C. P. Amador-Moreno, & M. Sánchez García (Eds.), Voice and Discourse in the Irish Context. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 105-137.article in edited volume
Bonness, D. J.(2017).The Northern subject rule in the Irish diaspora: Subject-verb agreement among first-and second-generation emigrants to New Zealand. English World-Wide, 38(2), 125-152.article in journal
Bonness, D. J.(2015).''How is her eyes [?] are they still closed [?]": Subject-verb agreement in nineteenth-century Irish English. Token: A Journal of English Linguistics, 4, 5-36.article in journal
Cambria, M.(2012).Irish English. Language, history and society. Rubbettino: Soveria Mannelli.monograph
Cambria, M.(2014).Is it English what we speak? Irish English and postocolonial identity. Studi Irlandesi, A Journal of Irish Studies, IV, 19-33. article in journal
Cambria, M.(2015).An image of Irelande: Risorse linguistiche e visive nella rappresentazione dell’Irlanda in epoca elisabettiana. In: S. Mangiapane, R. M. Palermo, & J. Linder (Eds.), Scrittura, immagine, comunicazione. Roma: Aracne, 45-62. article in edited volume
Cermáková, A., Jantunen, J., Jauhiainen, T., Kirk, J., Kren, M., Kupietz, M., & Ur Dhonnchadha, E.(2021).The International Comparable Corpus: Challenges in building multilingual spoken and
written comparable corpora. Research in Corpus Linguistics, 9(1), 86-103.
article in journal
Cesiri, D.(2015). Variation in English Across Time, Space and Discourse: An Introductory Textbook. Roma: Carocci.monograph
Cesiri, D.(2014).Popular botanical terminology in Ireland during the Late Modern English period: A diachronic overview. In: C. Eleonora, & S. Sciarrino (Eds.), Perspectives on the Popularisation of Natural Sciences in a Diachronic Overview. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 1-16.article in edited volume
Cesiri, D.(2013a).The lexicon of botany texts in Ireland and England: A contrastive and diachronic case study from the Late Modern English period. In: R. W. McConchie et al. (Eds.), Selected Proceedings of the 2012 Symposium on New Approaches in English Historical Lexis (HEL-LEX 3). Somerville: Cascadilla, 35-46.article in edited volume
Cesiri, D.(2013b).Botany texts and the popular terminology of plants during the Late Modern English period in Ireland. In: S. Kermas, & T. W. Christiansen (Eds.), The Popularisation of Specialised Discourse and Knowledge Across Communities and Cultures. Bari: Edipuglia, 67-84.article in edited volume
Cesiri, D.(2012a).Herbals, gardening books and botanic terminology in Ireland: A preliminary description for a linguistic investigation. In: E. Chiavetta, & S. Sciarrino (Eds.), The Popularization of Botanical, Legal and Commercial Language. Roma: Edizioni XL, 13-24.article in edited volume
Cesiri, D.(2012b).Nineteenth-Century Irish English: A Corpus-based Linguistic and Discursive Analysis. Lampeter, Wales: The Edwin Mellen Press.monograph
Cesiri, D.(2011a).Visions of Ireland: Semantic differentiation in the description of Ireland from English travel texts. In: G. Di Martino, L. Lombardo, & S. Nuccorini (Eds.), Challenges for the 21st Century: Dilemma, Ambiguities, Directions, Vol II. Roma: Edizioni Q, 385-293.article in edited volume
Cesiri, D.(2011b).Prestiti irlandesi nell'inglese britannico e americano: Uno studio corpus based. In: G. De Rosa, & A. De Laurentiis (Eds.), Lingua Madre e Lingua Matrigna: Riflessioni Su Diglossia, Bilinguismo Sociale e Literacy. Roma: Franco Angeli, 159-169.article in edited volume
Cesiri, D.(2010).The 'excluded material' in Joseph Wright's English Dialect Dictionary. In: M. Markus, C. Upton, & R. Heuberger (Eds.), Joseph Wright's English Dialect Dictionary. Bern: Peter Lang, 49-60.article in edited volume
Cesiri, D.(2009a).The Irish contribution to the English language during the Late Modern period. In: I. Tieken-Boon van Ostade, & W. Van Der Wurff (Eds.), Current Issues in Late Modern English. Bern: Peter Lang, 271-285.article in edited volume
Cesiri, D.(2009b).Repertorio linguistico e costruzione dell'identità nazionale nella politica linguistica irlandese. In: G. De Rosa, & A. De Laurentis (Eds.), Lingue Policentriche a Confronto: Quando la Periferia Diventa Centro. Monza: Polimetrica, 213-230.article in edited volume
Cesiri, D.(2008a).Paddies and bog-trotters: Liverpool’s linguistic reaction to the Irish after the 19th century migration. In: S. Kermas, & M. Gotti (Eds.), Socially-conditioned Language Change: Diachronic and Synchronic Insights. Lecce: Del Grifo, 333-353.article in edited volume
Cesiri, D.(2008b).Dialect fieldworkers in nineteenth-century Ireland. Lingue e Linguaggi 2, 17-31.article in journal
Clancy, B.(2023).Language and Irish Travellers. In: R. Hickey (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Irish English. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press, 629-645.article in edited volume
Clancy, B.(2022).Building a corpus to represent a variety of a
language. In: A. O'Keeffe, & M. J. McCarthy (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Corpus Linguistics, Second edition. London: Routledge, 62-74.
article in edited volume
Clancy, B.(2020).Intimacy, identity and indexicality in Irish English: A corpus pragmatic approach to the study of personal pronouns. In: R. Hickey, & C. P. Amador-Moreno (Eds.), Irish Identities: Sociolinguistic Perspectives. Berlin, New York: De Gruyter, 153-172. article in edited volume
Clancy, B.(2015).Hurry up baby son all the boys is finished their breakfast: Examining the use of vocatives as pragmatic markers in Irish traveller and settled family discourse. In: C. P. Amador-Moreno, K. McCafferty, & E. Vaughan (Eds.), Pragmatic Markers in Irish English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 229-247. article in edited volume
Clancy, B.(2005).You're fat. You'll eat them all: Politeness strategies in family discourse. In: A. Barron, & K. P. Schneider (Eds.), The Pragmatics of Irish English. Berlin/ New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 177-197.article in edited volume
Clancy, B., Amador-Moreno, C. P., & Vaughan, E.(2023).There as a discourse-pragmatic marker in Irish
English. Journal of Pragmatics, 218, 62-70.
article in journal
Clancy, B., & Vaughan, E.(2012).It's lunacy now: A corpus-based pragmatic analysis of the use of 'now' in contemporary Irish English', in: Bettina Migge and Maire Ni Chiosain (eds.) New Perspectives on Irish English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. 225-246.

It's lunacy now: A corpus-based pragmatic analysis of the use of 'now' in contemporary Irish English. In: B. Migge, & M. Ni Chiosain (Eds.), New Perspectives on Irish English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 225-246.
article in edited volume
Clarke, S.(2023).From Ireland to Newfoundland. In: R. Hickey (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Irish English. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press, 518-540.article in edited volume
Cornips, L., & Corrigan, K. P.(2005a).Toward an integrated approach to syntactic variation: A retrospective and prospective synopsis. In: L. Cornips, & K. P. Corrigan (Eds.), Syntax and Variation: Reconciling the Biological and the Social. CILT 265. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1-30. article in edited volume
Cornips, L., & Corrigan, K. P.(2005b).Convergence and divergence in grammar. In: P. Auer, F. Hinskens, & P. Kerswill (Eds.), Dialect Change: Convergence and Divergence in European Languages. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 96-134.article in edited volume
Corrigan, K. P., & Diskin, C.(2020).“Northmen, Southmen, comrades all ?“: The adoption of discourse like by migrants north and south of the Irish border. Language in Society, 49(5), 745-773.article in journal
Corrigan, K. P.(2020a).From Killycomain to Melbourne: Historical contact and the feature pool. In: K. Beaman, I. Buchstaller, S. Fox, & J. Walker (Eds.), Advancing Socio-Grammatical Variation and Change. New York: Routledge, 319-340. article in edited volume
Corrigan, K. P.(2020b).Linguistic Communities and Migratory Processes. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.monograph
Corrigan, K. P.(2015).“I always think of people here, you know, saying ‘like’ after every sentence”: The dynamics of pragmatic markers in Northern Irish English. In: C. P. Amador-Moreno, K. McCafferty, & E. Vaughan (Eds.), Pragmatic Markers in Irish English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 37-64.article in edited volume
Corrigan, K. P.(2009).Irish daughters of Northern British relatives: Internal and external constraints on the system of relativization in South Armagh English. In: M. Filppula, J. Klemola, & H. Paulasto (Eds.), Vernacular Universals and Language Contacts: Evidence from Varieties of English and Beyond. London: Taylor and Francis/Routledge, 133-162.article in edited volume
Corrigan, K. P.(2003).For-to infinitives and beyond: Interdisciplinary approaches to non-finite complementation in a rural Celtic English. In: H. L. C. Tristram (Ed.), Celtic Englishes III. Heidelberg: Carl Winter Verlag, 318-338.article in edited volume
Corrigan, K. P.(2003).The ideology of nationalism and its impact on accounts of language shift in nineteenth century Ireland. In: C. Mair (Ed.), Acts of Identity, Special Issue of Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik, 28(2), 201-230.article in journal
Corrigan, K. P.(2000).What are small clauses doing in South Armagh English, Irish and Planter English?. In: H. L. C. Tristram (Ed.), Celtic Englishes II. Heidelberg: Carl Winter Verlag, 75-96.article in edited volume
Corrigan, K. P.(2000)."What bees to be maun be": Aspects of deontic and epistemic modality in a northern dialect of Irish-English. English World-Wide, 21(1), 25-62. article in journal
Corrigan, K. P.(1999).Language contact and language shift in County Armagh, 1178-1659. In: J. Mallory (Ed.), Linguistic Diversity in Ulster, Special Issue of Ulster Folklife, 45, 54-69.article in journal
Corrigan, K. P.(1997).The acquisition and properties of a contact vernacular grammar. In: A. Ahlqvist, & V. Čapková (Eds.), Dán do Oide. Dublin: Linguistics Institute of Ireland, 75-94.article in edited volume
Corrigan, K. P.(1996).Plain life depicted in fiery shorthand: Sociolinguistic aspects of the languages and dialects of Ulster and Scotland as portrayed in Scott's Waverley (1814) and Banim's The Boyne Water (1826). Scottish Language, 14/15, 218-233.article in journal
Corrigan, K. P.(1993).Gaelic and Early Modern English influences on South Armagh English. Ulster Folklife, 39, 1-14.article in journal
Corrigan, K. P.(1993).The Glens and their speech. The Glynns, 19 , 14-20.article in journal
Corrigan, K. P.(1992).“I gcuntas Dé múin Béarla do na leanbhain”: Eisimirce agus an Ghaeilge sa naoú aois deag (“In the name of God teach the children English”: Emigration and the Irish language in the nineteenth century). In: P. O’ Sullivan (Ed.), The Irish World Wide Vol. 2, The Irish in the New Communities. Leicester: Leicester University Press/ New York: St. Martin’s Press, 143-161.article in edited volume
Corrigan, K. P.(1992).Glens’ dialect from Moira O'Neill to Michael J. Murphy. Ulster Folklife, 38, 1-11.article in journal
Corrigan, K. P.(1990).Northern Hiberno-English: The state of the art. Irish University Review, 20(1), 91-109.article in journal
Corrigan, K. P.(2011a).The “art of making the best use of bad data”: Mining the Irish national folklore collection for evidence of linguistic contact, variation and change. In: R. Hickey (Ed.), Researching the Languages of Ireland. Uppsala: Uppsala University Press, 183-205.article in edited volume
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