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Publications on The Salamanca Corpus

Forthcoming

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “The language of dialect writing”. Merja Kytö and Erik Smitterberg, eds. The New Cambridge History of the English Language. Vol. II. Documentation, Data Sources and Modelling (general ed. Raymond Hickey). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

 

2021

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “Aw’m Lancashire, owd cock, and gradely hearty: Enregistered Lancashire voices in the nineteenth-century theatre”. Donatella Montini and Irene Ranzato, eds. The Dialects of British English in Fictional Texts. London, NY: Routledge, 108-129.

 

Schintu, Paula. “Theers gud stuff amung uz Darbysher foaks: Dialect enregisterment in 19th-century Derbyshire”. TOKEN: A Journal of English Linguistics 10: 109-128.

 

2020

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “On the enregisterment of the Lancashire dialect in Late Modern English: Spelling in focus”. Journal of Historical Sociolinguistics 6.1: 1-38.

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “Shaping the other in the standardization of English: The case of the ‘northern’ dialect”. International Journal of English Studies 20.2: 185-205.

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “He towd her soe monny a mad farrant Tele: On flotsam, respellings and the enregisterment of l-vocalisation and /a/+nasal in the Late Modern Lancashire dialect”. Altre Modernità 23: 16-34

 

Sánchez-García, Pilar and Javier Ruano-García. “Some challenges behind the compilation of the Salamanca Corpus: The Wiltshire dialect as a case study”. Nexus 2020(2): 53-66.

2018

 

García-Bermejo Giner, María F. “Sources for the lexical study of the southern dialects 1500-1900”. Nexus 2018.02: 57-68.

 

2015

 

Ruano-García, Javier, Pilar Sánchez-García and María F. García-Bermejo Giner. “Northern English historical lexis and spelling”. Raymond Hickey, ed. Researching Northern English. Amsterdam, Philadephia: John Benjamins (Varieties of English around the World): 131-160.

 

2013

 

García-Bermejo Giner, María F. “The Southern dialect in Thomas Churchyard’s The Contention betwixte Churchyearde and Camell (1552)”. Hans Sauer and Gaby Waxenberger, eds. Recording English, Researching English, Transforming English. Frankfurt-am-Main: Peter Lang: 219-236.

 

Ruano-García, Javier, María F. García-Bermejo Giner, and Pilar Sánchez-García. “Past tense BE forms in Late Modern Lancashire English: A preliminary corpus-based approach”. Paul Bennett et al., eds. New Methods in Historical Corpora. Tübingen: Narr Verlag (Corpus linguistics and Interdisciplinary perspectives on language 3): 181-194.

 

2012

 

García-Bermejo Giner, María F. “The Online Salamanca Corpus of English Dialect Texts”. Nila Vázquez-González, ed. Creation and Use of Historical English Corpora in Spain. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing: 67-74.

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “Late Modern Lancashire English in lexicographical context: Representations of Lancashire speech and the English Dialect Dictionary”. English Today (Special issue on lexical variation edited by Joan C. Beal) 28.4: 60-68.

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “On the enregisterment of the northern dialect in Early Modern English: An evaluation across literary text types”. Sara Martín Alegre et al., eds. At a Time of Crisis: English and American Studies in Spain.  Depto. de Filología Anglesa i de Germanística: Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona/AEDEAN: 376-383.

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “Th’Monntwoman and t felly: On the definite article in traditional Lancashire English”. Nila Vázquez-González, ed. Creation and Use of Historical English Corpora in Spain. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

 

Sánchez-García, Pilar. “Depicting Northern English dialects through spelling: A study based on the Salamanca Corpus”. Nila Vázquez-González, ed. Creation and Use of Historical English Corpora in Spain. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

 

2011

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “The world has got some hint of her country speech: On the enregisterment of the northern dialect”. Marisa Carrió Pastor and Miguel Ángel Candela Mora, eds. Las Tecnologías de la Información y las Comunicaciones: Presente y Futuro en el Análisis de Corpus. València: Universitat Politècnica de València. 587-595.

 

2010

 

García-Bermejo Giner, María F. “Towards a history of English literary dialects and dialect literature in the 18th and 19th centuries: The Salamanca Corpus”. Barry Heselwood and Clive Upton, eds. Papers from Methods XIII (Bamberger Beiträge zur Englischen Sprachwissenschaft 54) Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. 31-34.

 

García-Bermejo Giner, María F. “Sources for the study of English dialect literature and the literary use of dialect”. Proceedings of the 33rd AEDEAN Conference. Rafael Galán et al, eds. Cádiz: Universidad de Cádiz. 279-292.

 

Ruano-García, Javier. Early Modern Northern English Lexis. A Literary Corpus-Based Study (Linguistics Insights 105). Bern, etc.: Peter Lang.

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “I’ll tell o how Gilbert Scott sowd is mere Berry: ‘A Lancashire Tale’ as a source for Lancashire speech in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth century”. Barry Heselwood and Clive Upton, eds. Papers from Methods XIII (Bamberger Beiträge zur Englischen Sprachwissenschaft 54). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. 53-66.

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “Looking at suffixation in Early Modern northern English: A preliminary approach in the light of the Salamanca Corpus”. Moisés Almela and Aquilino Sánchez, eds. A Mosaic of Corpus Linguistics: Selected Approaches (Studien zur romanischen Sprachwissenschaften und interkulturellen Kommunikation 66). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. 213-236.

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “The treatment of Early Modern northern words in the Oxford English Dictionary: An evaluation in the light of the Salamanca Corpus”. Rafael Galán et al, eds. Proceedings of the 33rd AEDEAN Conference. Cádiz: Universidad de Cádiz. 279-292.

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “Lancashire English in diachronic perspective: Evidence from the Salamanca Corpus”. Isabel Moskowich et al., eds. Language Windowing through Corpora. A Coruña: Universidade da Coruña. 771-787.

Publications on related topics

2022

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “Jonnie Robinson. A Thesaurus of English Dialect and Slang: England, Wales and the Channel Islands”. Anglia 140.2: 262-266.

 

2021

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “Manfred Markus. English Dialect Dictionary Online. A New Departure in English Dialectology”. Anglia 134.4: 758-763.

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “Horae Subsecivae, ‘that remarkable glossary of West Country words’ (Bodl. MS Eng. lang. d. 66)”. International Journal of Lexicography 34.2: 235-258.

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “The Impact of Horae Subsecivae on the EDD‘s coverage of West Country words”. English Today.

 

2020

 

Pérez Tissens, René. “The enregisterment of the Kailyardist pathos: A debate on linguistic authenticity and nationhood in the literature of modern Scotland”. Gaudemus 0: 135-146.

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “The contribution of Angelina Parker to the English Dialect Dictionary”. Dictionaries 41.2: 1-24.

 

2019

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “On the colonial element in Joseph Wright’s English Dialect Dictionary”. International Journal of Lexicography 32.1: 38-57.

 

2018

 

Ruano-García, Javier (ed.) White Kennett. Etymological Collections of English Words and Provincial Expressions. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “Common to the North of England and to New England: British English regionalisms in John R. Bartlett’s Dictionary of Americanisms”. Peter Petré et al., eds. Sociocultural Dimensions of Text and Lexis in the History of English. Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 343). 183-200.

 

Schintu, Paula. “The Gully-hole of Literature: On the enregisterment of cant language in 17th-century England”. SEDERI Yearbook 28: 99-117.

 

Schintu, Paula. “Portraying the underworld: The enregisterment of 17th and 18th-century English cant”. Sara Martín et al., eds. Persistence and Resistance: New Research in English Studies. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 98-108.

 

2016

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “When the provincial dialects were the subject of conversation: Eighteenth-century Norfolk words in BL MS 32640”. Dictionaries 37: 99-131.

 

Schintu, Paula. “You Rogue, you understand me not: A historical sociolinguistic approach to cant language in Thomas Shadwell’s The Squire of Alsatia (1688)”. Ángela Benito et al., eds. Nuevas Investigaciones Lingüísticas. XXX Congreso Internacional de la Asociación de Jóvenes Lingüistas. Santander: Editorial Universidad de Cantabria.

 

Schintu, Paula. “The Vulgar on Stage: The enregisterment of 18th-century cant language”. Pablo Ruano San Segundo and Guadalupe Nieto Caballero, eds. Stylistics in Use. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 29-45.

 

Schintu, Paula. “The Mobile Shall Worship Thee: Cant language in Thomas Shadwell’s The Squire of Alsatia (1688)”. SEDERI Yearbook 26: 175-19.

 

2015

 

Ruano-García, Javier, María F. García-Bermejo Giner & Pilar Sánchez-García. “’Provincial in England, but in common use with us’: John R. Bartlett’s Dictionary of Americanisms and the English Dialect Dictionary”. Marina Dossena, ed. Transatlantic Perspectives on Late Modern English (Advances in Historical Sociolinguistics 4). Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 99-116.

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “Northern ascriptions in MS Landsdowne 1033: George Hickes’s Dictionariolum Islandicum in focus”. Historiographia Linguistica 42.1: 21-38.

 

2014

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “On John T. Brockett’s Glossary of North Country Words: Notes on the reception of White Kennett’s Parochial Anqtiuities (1695) and MS Lansdowne 1033”. Notes and Queries 61.4: 536-542.

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “Cumbrian lexis in the English Dialect Dictionary: William Nicolson’s Glossarium Brigantinum (1677) in focus”. Dictionaries 35: 162-186.

 

2013

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “Digging into the English Dialect Dictionary: The contribution of MS Lansd 1033”. International Journal of Lexicography  26.2: 176-189.

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “A Wiltshire word, according to Kennett: The Contribution of MS Lansd. 1033 to Halliwell’s Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words (1847)”. Andreas H. Jucker et al., eds. Meaning in the History of English: Words and Texts in Context (Studies in Language Companion Series 148). Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 81-98.

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “Filling the historical record of Lancashire English: Evidence from MS Lansd. 1033”. Rosario Arias et al., eds. Hopes and Fears: English and American Studies in Spain. Málaga: Universidad de Málaga. 279-286.

 

2012

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “Towards an understanding of Joseph Wright’s sources: Bishop White Kennett’s Parochial Antiquities (1695) and the English Dialect Dictionary”. Manfred Markus et al., eds. Middle and Modern English Corpus Linguistics: A Multi-Dimensional Approach. Amsterdam, Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 241-256.

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “White Kennett’s Etymological Collections of English Words and Provincial Expressions: An unprinted source of regional vocabulary”. Irén Hegedus and Dóra Pödör, eds. Periphrasis, Rephrasing and Renewal: Studies in English Historical Linguistics. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 309-331.

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “Manfred Markus, Clive Upton, Reinhard Heuberger, eds. Joseph Wright’s English Dialect Dictionary and Beyond. Studies in Late Modern English Dialectology”. International Journal of Lexicography 25.2: 248-254.

 

2010

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “‘The Account Book of William Wray’: An evaluation of Yorkshire lexis in two inventories (1599, 1600)”. Carlos Prado-Alonso et al., eds. New Trends and Methodologies in Applied English Language Research: Diachronic, Diatopic and Contrastive Studies.  (Linguistic Insights 103). Bern, etc.: Peter Lang. 101-128.

Conference presentations

2022

 

June 30-July 1. 8th ASYRAS Conference (Universidad de Málaga, Spain)

 

Tissens, René. Early enregisterment processes in 19th-century British provincial periodicals

 

Villamarín González, Manuel. Dialect transcription bias in Charles Adam Corbyn’s Sydney Revels of Bacchus, Cupid, and Momus (1856): A linguistic analysis

 

June 1-3. 11th Historical Sociolinguistics Conference (HiSoN 2022) (Universidad de Murcia, Spain)

 

Amador-Moreno, Carolina and Javier Ruano-García. ““Many There, Who Are Able, Will Not Speak Well”: A Micro-perspective analysis of linguistic perceptions in nineteenth-century Irish emigrant letters

 

Calvo-Cortés, Nuria. “A Female Child Of Which She Was Delivered”: Relativiser which referring to humans in late 18th century petitions

 

Cooper, Paul. “Vernacular norm formation in enregistered nineteenth century Yorkshire dialect writing

 

Schintu, Paula. “Framing regional voices: Spelling variation and enregisterment in Late Modern Derbyshire dialect

 

May 26-27. 5th Postgraduate and Early-Career Scholars’ Conference (Universidad de Salamanca, Spain)

 

Villamarín González, Manuel. “Searching for evidence of Southwestern dialect features in Australia through Charles Adam Corbyn’s Sydney Revels of Bacchus, Cupid, and Momus (1856): A Corpus-Based Analysis”

 

May 5-7. 7th International Conference on Late Modern English (LModE-7) (Università degli Studi di Catania, Ragusa, Italy)

 

Calvo Cortés, Nuria. Speaking of ‘Forced Impurity’ in ‘pure’ language? Servants’ expressions of guilt in eighteenth-century London petitions

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “Casting new light on eighteenth-century lexical dialect variation: The case of Horae Subsecivae (Bodl. MS Eng. lang. d. 66)

 

Schintu, Paula. “Written identities: Enregisterment of dialect in nineteenth and early twentieth-century Derbyshire

 

2021

 

November 24-26. 44th International AEDEAN Conference (Universidad de Cantabria, Spain)

 

Ruano-García, Javier. Crafting the Lancashire dialect on the nineteenth-century stage: Insights from enregisterment, stylisation and the sociolinguistics of performance”

 

Santalla Rodríguez, Almudena. Late-19th-century Devonshire dialect: Mary Hartier (1861-1936)”

 

Schintu, Paula. The Derbyshire drool: Shaping dialect and identity in literature”

 

November 12. International Workshop on Speech Representation in Late Modern English Text Types (Université de Lausanne, Switzerland)

 

Cooper, Paul. Stage Yorkshiremen and Yorkshire boors: Sociological fractionation and enregisterment in nineteenth century literary dialect” (invited presentation)

 

Ruano-García, Javier. Farmer Pearse had three distinct manners of speech: Representations of dialect speech in Late Modern English dialect writing” (invited presentation)

 

September 29-30. XXXV Congreso Internacional de la Asociación de Jóvenes Lingüistas (Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain)

 

Pérez Tissens, René. The enregisterment of the national voice: A glance at Late Modern Scots in British literature and the authenticity quandary

 

August 31-September 01. ESSE Doctoral Symposium (Université de Lyon, France)

 

Schintu, Paula. How to piece together a forgotten dialect: On the enregisterment of Late Modern Derbyshire speech”

 

June 17-18. New Voices in English Studies: 7th Asyras Conference (Universidad de Málaga, Spain)

 

Pérez Tissens, René. The enregisterment of Devonshire speech in 19th-century British literature

 

June 16-18. 11th International Conference on Historical Lexicography and Lexicology (ICHLL-11) (Universidad de La Rioja, Spain)

 

Ruano-García, Javier. My principal guide…for the dialectical words of this county: The contribution of Horae Subsecivae to James O. Halliwell’s A Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words (1847)”

 

May 27-29. SEING III: Building Bridges and Filling Gaps in English Studies Research (Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain)

 

Schintu, Paula. Ah’m tellin it in my own way: Dialect writing, enregisterment, or the making of the Derbyshire dialect”

 

2019

 

November 21-22. VI Jornadas Iniciación Innovación Lingüística (Universidad de Extremadura, Spain)

 

Pérez Tissens, René. “A Preliminary approach to linguistic itemisation and repertoire of Scots in 19th-century British literature

 

November 13-15. 43rd AEDEAN Conference (Universidad de Alicante, Spain)

 

Schintu, Paula. Ah write in the same way as Ah talk: A literary approach to 20th-century Derbyshire dialect”

 

June 27-29. 6thASYRAS Conference (Universidad de Cantabria, Spain)

 

Schintu, Paula. ‘Spirit of Place’: On the enregisterment of the Derbyshire dialect in 19thand 20th-century England”

 

April 11-13. English Historical Lexicography in the Digital Age: Focus on Social and Geographical Variation (University degli Studi di Bergamo, Italy)

 

García-Bermejo Giner, María F. Exploring eighteenth-century northern lexis in the Salamanca Corpus” (Invited plenary lecture)

 

Ruano-García, Javier. Can you kindly tell me whether there is a verb to punch in dialectal use in Oxfordshire?: On the contribution of Angelina Parker to the EDD‘s coverage of the Oxfordshire dialect”

 

March 08-09. Philological Society Early Career Researcher Forum (University of Oxford, England)

 

Schintu, Paula. Language, ideology and enregistermentin 20th-century Derbyshire”

 

February 28. Them and [uz]: Accents and Dialects in Fictional Dialogue (Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy)

 

Ruano-García, Javier. Ye’re a Lancashire lad, for sure (…) ye speak just same as our own folks up on the moor yon: Enregistering the Lancashire dialect in Late Modern fictional dialogue”

 

2018

 

November 06-08. Sc[Arti]: Reflections on the remnant between selection and divergence (Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy)

 

Ruano-García, Javier. Yo tawk’n loik print neaw, aw sed: Exploring the enregisterment of the Lancashire dialect in Late Modern England, with special reference to spelling” (Invited plenary lecture)

 

November 07-09. 42nd International AEDEAN Conference (Universidad de Córdoba, Spain)

 

Ruano-García, Javier. Looking at the enregisterment of Late Modern Lancashire English: A preliminary study with special reference to spelling”

 

Schintu, Paula. Wording Derbyshire: Lexical enregisterment of dialect in the 19th century”

 

May 09-11. X International Conference on Corpus Linguistics (CILC 2018) (Universidad de Extremadura, Spain)

 

Ruano-García, Javier. On the enregisterment of the Lancashire dialect in Late Modern English”

 

March 9. Shakespeare’s English Goes Digital: Texts, Tools and Methods (Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy)

 

García-Bermejo Giner, María F., Pilar Sánchez García, Javier Ruano García. Early Modern English dialects in the Salamanca Corpus” (Invited plenary lecture)

 

2017

 

November 08-10. 41st AEDEAN Conference (Universidad de La Laguna, Spain)

 

Ruano-García, Javier. Horae Subsecivae, “that remarkable glossary of West Country words” (Bodl. MS Eng lang d. 66)”

 

Schintu, Paula. (Re)Constructing Dialect: The enregisterment of 19th and 20th-century Derbyshire speech”

 

October 26-27. First International Symposium on Linguistic Approaches to Dialects in English Literature (LADEL) (Universidad de Salamanca, Spain)

 

Schintu, Paula. Wy, hee sez, ah kom fro Darby: An approach to the enregisterment of 19th-century Derbyshire dialect”

 

September 20-22. 2nd International UCM Predoctoral Conference on English Linguistics (UPCEL): Language in Society (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain)

 

Schintu, Paula. Dialect in Literature: The enregisterment of 19th and 20th-century Derbyshire dialect”

 

May 03-05. 28th International SEDERI Conference (Universidade de Vigo, Spain)

 

Ruano-García, Javier. our country tongues doe commonly pronounce it Moder and Mooder: Early Modern regional voices in MS Lansdowne 1033”

 

January 25-27. 2017 ASYRAS Conference (University Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain)

 

Schintu, Paula. Portraying the Underworld: The enregisterment of 17thand 18th-century English cant”

 

2016

 

October 20-21. Research in Anglo-American Literature, Culture and Linguistics Conference for Postgraduate and Early-Career Scholars (Universidad de Salamanca, Spain)

 

Schintu, Paula. “On the enregisterment of 19thand 20th-century Derbyshire dialect: A preliminary approach”

 

May 03-07. 27thSEDERI International Conference (Universidad de Valladolid, Spain)

 

Schintu, Paula. The Gully-hole of Literature: On the enregisterment of cant language in 17th-century England”

 

2015

 

December 10-11. II Jornadas de Iniciación a la Investigación Lingüística (Universidad de Extremadura, Spain)

 

Schintu, Paula. This Most Vulgar Part of the Vulgar Tongue: Drama and the enregisterment of 18th-century cant language”

 

November 11-13. 39th AEDEAN Conference (Universidad de Deusto, Spain)

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “Colonial voices in Late Modern Britain: Australian, Canadian and New Zealand words in the English Dialect Dictionary

 

October 07-09. XXX Congreso Internacional de la Asociación de Jóvenes Lingüistas (CIESE Comillas, Spain)

 

Schintu, Paula. You Rogue, you understand me not: A historical sociolinguistic approach to cant language in Thomas Shadwell’s The Squire of Alsatia(1688)”

 

May 11-13. 26th SEDERI International Conference (Universidad Internacional de Andalucía, Spain)

 

Schintu, Paula. The Mobile shall worship thee: Cant language in Thomas Shadwell’s The Squire of Alsatia (1688)”

 

March 25-27.  The Fourth International Symposium on Approaches to English Historical Lexicography and Lexicology (OX-LEX 4) (University of  Oxford, England)

 

García-Bermejo Giner, María F. Sources for the lexical Study of the South, 1500-1900”

 

Ruano-García, Javier. When the Provincial Dialects were the Subject of Conversation: 18th century Norfolk words in BL Add MS 32640”

 

Sánchez-García, Pilar. The contribution of Frederick Thomas Elworthy’s West Somerset Word-Book (1886), w.Som. 1, to Joseph Wright’s English Dialect Dictionary”

 

2014

 

July 15-18. 18th International Conference of English Historical Linguistics (ICEHL-18) (KU Leuven, Belgium)

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “’It is common in several of the provincial dialects of England’: English regional material in John Russell Bartlett’s Dictionary of Americanisms”

 

2013

 

November 13-15. 37th International AEDEAN Conference (Universidad de Oviedo, Spain)

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “Looking at the early EDD sources: The contribution of William Nicholson’s Glossarium Brigantinum (1677)”

 

September 25-27. Anglo-Spanish Literary Connections Seminar organized by  the Group of Eighteenth-Century Studies of the University of Salamanca and of Kingston University (Universidad de Salamanca, Spain)

 

García-Bermejo Giner, María F., Pilar Sánchez-García and Javier Ruano-García. “The eighteenth century in The Salamanca Corpus: A Digital Archive of English Dialect Texts

 

August 28-30. 5th International Conference on Late Modern English (LModE-5) (University degli Studi di Bergamo, Italy)

 

Ruano-García, Javier, Pilar Sánchez-García, María F. García-Bermejo Giner. “We must try to get along, as the Americans Say: The reception of Americanisms in Joseph Wright’s English Dialect Dictionary

 

2012

 

November 14-16. 36th International AEDEAN Conference (Universidad de Málaga, Spain)

 

Ruano-García, Javier: “Filling the historical record of Lancashire English: Evidence from MS Lansd 1033”

 

August 20-25. 17th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics (ICEHL 17) (Universität Zürich, Switzerland)

 

Ruano-García, Javier: “Kennett is our authority for the provincial use of the word: The reception of MS Lansd. 1033 in Halliwell’s Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words (1847)”

 

2011

 

November 16-18. 35th International AEDEAN Conference (Universitat de Barcelona, Spain)

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “On the enregisterment of the northern dialect in Early Modern English: An evaluation across literary text types”

 

April 29-30. New Methods in Historical Corpora (University of Manchester, England)

 

Ruano-García, Javier, María F. García-Bermejo Giner and Pilar Sánchez-García [poster]: “A diachronic study of some Lancashire features in the Salamanca Corpus

 

April 07-09. Third International Conference on Corpus Linguistics (Universidad de Valencia, Spain)

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “The world has got some hint of her country speech: On the enregisterment of the ‘northern dialect’”

 

November. Lecture for the University Master on English Studies (Universidad de Sevilla, Spain)

 

García-Bermejo Giner, María F. “Regional variation in English literature: The Salamanca Corpus

 

2010

 

September 30 – October 02. 22nd International SELIM Conference (Universidad de La Rioja, Spain)

 

Sánchez-García, Pilar, María F. García-Bermejo Giner and Javier Ruano-García. “Teaching English sounds in diachronic perspective: methods and practice at the University of Salamanca”

 

August 23-27. 16th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics (ICEHL 16) (University of Pécs, Hungary)

 

Ruano-García, Javier. “Bridging the gaps of Early Modern regional lexis: The case of White Kennett’s Etymological Collections of English Words and Provincial Expressions