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Coretta in Glossa

November 14, 2019 by

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PhD student, Stefano Coretta, has just had his first article published. His paper ‘An exploratory study of voicing-related differences in vowel duration as compensatory temporal adjustment in Italian and Polish’ is out in Glossa. The scholarship is as profound as the title is long. Stefano’s crucial finding is the presence of an invariant temporal interval amidst […]

LEL colleagues cast a spell on readers of linguistics

October 24, 2019 by

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Among the subjects that the public never tires of are crime and social class. It is more or less the same for linguistic audiences, as evidenced by the following readership data analytics, carefully curated for you by the Manchet data team. Andrea’s Jack the Ripper paper is featured by OUP as one of the most […]

Morrison in Phonology

October 3, 2019 by

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PhD student, Donald Morrison, has just had an article published in Phonology. In the phonological world, this is an achievement akin to walking all across Antarctica to the South Pole – it’s not impossible, but it’s an arduous journey, and only the chosen few can make it through. In fact, Donald is the first Mancunian […]

Bochnak and Hohaus in Journal of Semantics

August 15, 2019 by

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Hot off the press, published Open Access in Journal of Semantics is the new paper by Ryan Bochnak, Vera Hohaus and Anne Mucha on “Variation in Tense and Aspect, and the Temporal Interpretation of Complement Clauses”. Read it here.

Villa-García in Glossa. Again.

July 26, 2019 by

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Julio is on a publishing roll, and it seems Glossa is his preferred venue. Rightly so, since in addition to being one of the top linguistics journals, Glossa follows a fair Open Access model. Julio’s latest contribution is a squib on ‘Clitic climbing (or lack thereof) and the Copy Theory of Movement’. It’d make an excellent […]

Nini in Frontiers

July 17, 2019 by

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Andrea Nini, who has yet to send us a postcard, has a new paper out in Frontiers, joint with Jack Grieve, Chris Montgomery, Akira Murakami and Diansheng Guo. The special issue of Frontiers is on Computational Sociolinguistics. The paper provides a hot take on this topic, using Twitter data to map dialectal variation in the […]

Nini and Jack the Ripper beat readership records

June 26, 2019 by

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If you still haven’t read An Authorship Analysis of the Jack the Ripper Letters by Andrea Nini, you are that one person in the office who’s never heard of Game of Thrones. We have numbers behind that assertion. An instant classic, Andrea’s paper is the most read article in Digital Scholarship in the Humanities. Unlike […]