Voices Past and Present - Studies of Involved, Speech-related and Spoken Texts

In honor of Merja Kytö

Editors
| Uppsala University
| Uppsala University / University of Louvain
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This volume provides a diachronic and synchronic overview of linguistic variability and change in involved, speech-related and spoken texts in English. While previous works on the topic have focused on more limited time periods, this book covers data from the 16th century up to the present day. The studies offer new insights into historical and present-day corpus pragmatics by identifying and exploring features of orality in a variety of registers. For readers who are new to the field, the range of approaches will provide a helpful overview; for readers who are already familiar with the field, the volume will shed light on the complexity of factors such as register, sociolinguistic variability and language attitude, thus making it a useful resource and stepping stone for further exploration. The volume celebrates the groundbreaking contributions of Professor Merja Kytö in making accessible speech-related corpus material and leading the way in its exploration.
[Studies in Corpus Linguistics, 97]  Expected November 2020.  xiii, 344 pp. + index
Publishing status: In production
Table of Contents
This is a provisional table of contents, and subject to changes.
List of contributors
Foreword
Jonathan Culpeper
Chapter 1. Voices of English: Tapping into records past and present
Ewa Jonsson and Tove Larsson
Part I. Early Modern English
Chapter 2. Pragmatic noise in Shakespeare’s plays
Jonathan Culpeper and Samuel J. Oliver
Chapter 3. Keywords that characterise Shakespeare’s (anti)heroes and villains
Dawn Archer and Alison Findlay
Chapter 4. Revealing speech: Agentivity in Iago’s and Othello’s soliloquies
Juhani Rudanko
Chapter 5. Saying, crying, replying, and continuing: Speech reporting expressions in Early Modern English
Terry Walker and Peter J. Grund
Chapter 6. Interjections in early popular literature: Stereotypes and innovation
Irma Taavitsainen
Chapter 7. Godly vocabulary in Early Modern English religious debate
Jeremy J. Smith
Chapter 8. Patterns of reader involvement on sixteenth-century English title pages, with special reference to second-person pronouns
Matti Peikola
Part II. Late Modern English
Chapter 9. Epistemic adverbs in the Old Bailey Corpus
Claudia Claridge
Chapter 10. Question strategies in the Old Bailey Corpus
Patricia Ronan
Chapter 11. Sure in Irish English: The diachrony of a pragmatic marker
Raymond Hickey
Chapter 12. American English gotten: Historical retention, change from below, or something else?
Lieselotte Anderwald
Part III. Present-day English
Chapter 13. Explaining explanatory so
David Denison
Chapter 14. Return to the future: Exploring spoken language in the BNC and BNC2014
Ylva Berglund Prytz
Chapter 15. Sort of and kind of from an English-Swedish perspective
Karin Aijmer
Chapter 16. From yes to innit: Origin, development and general characteristics of pragmatic markers
Anna-Brita Stenström
Chapter 17. “If anyone would have told me, I would have not believed it”: Using corpora to question assumptions about spoken vs. written grammar in EFL grammars and other normative works
Sarah Schwarz and Erik Smitterberg
Chapter 18. Intensification in dialogue vs. narrative in a corpus of present-day English fiction
Signe Oksefjell Ebeling and Hilde Hasselgård
Chapter 19. Orality on the searchable web: A comparison of involved web registers and face-to-face conversation
Douglas Biber and Jesse Egbert
Select list of publications by Merja Kytö1
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References

Select list of publications by Merja Kytö1

1. Books and special issues

Early North-American Englishes (M. Kytö & L. Siebers eds Amsterdam: John Benjamins, forthcoming.
Intensifiers in English: A Sociopragmatic Analysis, 1700–1900 (C. Claridge, E. Jonsson & M. Kytö). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming.
ICAME Journal 44 (M. Kytö, A.-B. Stenström & I. Mindt eds) Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter 2020.
Late Modern English: Novel Encounters (M. Kytö & E. Smitterberg eds) Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins 2020Crossref link
Punctuation in Context – Past and Present Perspectives (C. Claridge & M. Kytö eds) Bern: Peter Lang 2020Crossref link
ICAME Journal 43 (M. Kytö, A.-B. Stenström & I. Mindt eds) Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter 2019.
Dialogues in Diachrony: Celebrating Historical Corpora of Speech-Related Texts (M. Kytö & T. Walker eds) Amsterdam: John Benjamins 2018.
ICAME Journal 42 (M. Kytö, A.-B. Stenström & I. Mindt eds) Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter 2018.
Punctuation: Past and Present. Special issue of Studia Neophilologica (B. Andersson & M. Kytö eds) London: Routledge 2018.
ICAME Journal 41 (M. Kytö, A.-B. Stenström & I. Mindt eds) Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter 2017.
Interfacing Individuality and Collaboration in English Language Research World. Studia Neophilologica, Vol. 89, supplement 1, special issue (M. Kytö, J. Smith & I. Taavitsainen eds) London: Routledge 2017.
Texts from Speech and Speech in Texts. Special issue of the Nordic Journal of English Studies. Vol. 16, no. 1 (T. Walker & M. Kytö eds) Gothenburg: University of Gothenburg, Department of Languages and Literature 2017.
Årsbok 2015 (M. Kytö ed.) Uppsala: Kungl. Humanistiska Vetenskaps-Samfundet i Uppsala 2016.
ICAME Journal 40 (M. Kytö, A.-B. Stenström & I. Mindt eds) Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter 2016.
The Cambridge Handbook of English Historical Linguistics (M. Kytö & P. Pahta eds) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2016Crossref link
Årsbok 2014 (M. Kytö ed.) Uppsala: Kungl. Humanistiska Vetenskaps-Samfundet i Uppsala 2015.
Developments in English: Expanding Electronic Evidence (I. Taavitsainen, M. Kytö, C. Claridge & J. Smith eds) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2015.
Årsbok 2013 (M. Kytö ed.) Uppsala: Kungl. Humanistiska Vetenskaps-Samfundet i Uppsala 2014.
Manuscript Studies and Codicology: Theory and Practice. Special issue of Studia Neophilologica (M. Peikola & M. Kytö eds) London: Routledge 2014.
Confess if you be Guilty: Witchcraft Records in their Linguistic and Socio-cultural Setting. Special issue of Studia Neophilologica (M. Kytö ed.) London: Routledge 2012.
English Corpus Linguistics: Crossing Paths (M. Kytö ed.) Amsterdam: Rodopi 2012.
Testifying to Language and Life in Early Modern England. Including a CD-ROM containing An Electronic Text Edition of Depositions 1560–1760 (ETED) (M. Kytö, P. J. Grund & T. Walker eds) Amsterdam: John Benjamins 2011.
Early Modern English Dialogues: Spoken Interaction as Writing (J. Culpeper & M. Kytö eds) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2010.
Language Change and Variation from Old English to Late Modern English. A Festschrift for Minoji Akimoto (Linguistic Insights 114) (M. Kytö, J. Scahill & H. Tanabe eds) Bern: Peter Lang 2010Crossref link
Records of the Salem Witch-Hunt (B. Rosenthal, G. A. Adams, M. Burns, P. Grund, R. Hiltunen, L. Kahlas-Tarkka, M. Kytö, M. Peikola, B. C. Ray, M. Rissanen, M. K. Roach & R. Trask eds) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2009Crossref link
Corpus Linguistics: An International Handbook (HSK / Handbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft / Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science 29.1–2) (A. Lüdeling & M. Kytö eds) Berlin: Walter de Gruyter 2008–2009Crossref link
Guide to A Corpus of English Dialogues 1560–1760 (Studia Anglistica Upsaliensia 130) (M. Kytö & T. Walker eds) Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis 2006.
Nineteenth-century English. Stability and Change (M. Kytö, M. Rydén & E. Smitterberg eds) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2006Crossref link
Samtal i livet och i litteraturen / Conversation in Life and Literature. Papers from the ASLA Symposium, Uppsala, 8–9 November 2001 (U. Melander Marttala, C. Östman & M. Kytö eds) Uppsala: ASLA 2002.
A Reader in Early Modern English (Bamberger Beiträge zur Englischen Sprachwissenschaft 43) (M. Rydén, I. Tieken-Boon van Ostade & M. Kytö eds) Bern: Peter Lang 1998.
English in Transition: Corpus-Based Studies in Linguistic Variation and Genre Styles (Topics in English Linguistics 23) M. Rissanen, M. Kytö & K. Heikkonen eds) Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter 1997Crossref link
Grammaticalization at Work: Studies of Long-Term Developments in English (Topics in English Linguistics 24). M. Rissanen, M. Kytö & K. Heikkonen eds) Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter 1997Crossref link
Tracing the Trail of Time. Proceedings from the Second Diachronic Corpora Workshop, New College, University of Toronto, May 1995 (R. Hickey, M. Kytö, I. Lancashire & M. Rissanen eds) Amsterdam: Rodopi 1997.
Speech Past and Present. Studies in English Dialectology in Memory of Ossi Ihalainen (Bamberger Beiträge zur Englischen Sprachwissenschaft / University of Bamberg Studies in English Linguistics 38) (J. Klemola, M. Kytö & M. Rissanen eds) Bern: Peter Lang 1996.
Corpora across the Centuries. Proceedings of the First International Colloquium on English Diachronic Corpora, St Catharine’s College Cambridge, 25–27 March, 1993 (M. Kytö, M. Rissanen & S. Wright eds) Amsterdam: Rodopi 1994.
Early English in the Computer Age: Explorations through the Helsinki Corpus (Topics in English Linguistics 11) M. Rissanen, M. Kytö & M. Palander-Collin eds) Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter 1993.
Variation and Diachrony, with Early American English in Focus: Studies on CAN/MAY and SHALL/WILL (Bamberger Beiträge zur Englischen Sprachwissenschaft 28 / University of Bamberg Studies in English Linguistics 28) (M. Kytö ed.) Bern: Peter Lang 1991 [A cumulative PhD dissertation, University of Helsinki.]
Corpus Linguistics, Hard and Soft. Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on English Language Research on Computerized Corpora (Language and Computers: Studies in Practical Linguistics 2) (M. Kytö, O. Ihalainen & M. Rissanen eds) Amsterdam: Rodopi 1988.

2. Articles

A Little Something goes a Long Way: Little in the Old Bailey Corpus (C. Claridge, E. Jonsson & M. Kytö). Forthcoming.
Coordination in the courtroom: The uses of AND in the records of the Salem Witchcraft trials (M. Kytö). In M. Kytö & L. Siebers (eds) Early North-American Englishes. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, forthcoming.
Entirely innocent: A historical sociopragmatic analysis of maximizers in the Old Bailey Corpus (C. Claridge, E. Jonsson & M. Kytö). Forthcoming.
Migration, localities, and discourse: A century of community cookbook data and language contact (M. Kytö & A. Hoffman). Forthcoming.
English in North America (M. Kytö). In D. Schreier, M. Hundt & E. W. Schneider (eds) The Cambridge Handbook of World Englishes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2020, 160–184.
Introduction: Late Modern English studies into the twenty-first century (M. Kytö & E. Smitterberg). In M. Kytö & E. Smitterberg (eds) Late Modern English: Novel Encounters. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins 2020, 1–17. Crossref link
Introduction: Multiple functions and contexts of punctuation (C. Claridge & M. Kytö). In C. Claridge & M. Kytö (eds) Punctuation in Context – Past and Present Perspectives. Bern: Peter Lang 2020, 9–20. Crossref link
L’interaction orale du passé: A Corpus of English Dialogues 1560–1760 (M. Kytö & T. Walker). Langages 217(1) 2020, 55–69. Crossref link
A (great) deal of: Developments in 19th-century British and Australian English (C. Claridge & M. Kytö). In S. Jansen & L. Siebers (eds) Processes of Change: Studies in Late Modern and Present-Day English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins 2019, 49–71. Crossref link
Register in historical linguistics (M. Kytö). Register Studies 1(1) 2019, 136–167. Crossref link
The conjunction ‘and’ in phrasal and clausal structures in the Old Bailey Corpus (M. Kytö & E. Smitterberg). In N. Yáñez-Bouza, E. Moore, L. van Bergen & W. B. Hollmann (eds) Categories, Constructions, and Change in English Syntax. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2019, 234–250. Crossref link
Varying social roles and networks on a family farm: Evidence from Swedish immigrant letters, 1880s to 1930s (A. Hoffman & M. Kytö). Journal of Historical Sociolinguistics 5(2) 2019, 1–31. Crossref link
Heritage Swedish, English, and textual space in rural communities of practice (A. Hoffman & M. Kytö). In J. Heegård Petersen & K. Kühl (eds) Selected Proceedings of the Eighth Workshop on Immigrant Languages in the Americas (WILA 8). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press 2018, 44–54.
Introduction (M. Kytö & T. Walker). In M. Kytö & T. Walker (eds) Dialogues in Diachrony: Celebrating Historical Corpora of Speech-Related Texts. Amsterdam: John Benjamins 2018, 161–166.
Introduction: Exploring the multifaceted faces of punctuation (B. Andersson & M. Kytö). In B. Andersson & M. Kytö (eds) Punctuation: Past and Present. Special issue of Studia Neophilologica. London: Routledge 2018, 1–4.
Breaking boundaries: Current research trends in English linguistics and philology (M. Kytö, J. Smith & I. Taavitsainen). In M. Kytö, J. Smith & I. Taavitsainen (eds) Interfacing Individuality and Collaboration in English Language Research World (Studia Neophilologica, Special Issue) 2017, 1–4.
The linguistic landscapes of Swedish heritage cookbooks in the American Midwest, 1895–2005 (A. Hoffman & M. Kytö). Studia Neophilologica 89(2) 2017, 261–286. Crossref link
Introduction (M. Kytö & P. Pahta). In M. Kytö & P. Pahta (eds) The Cambridge Handbook of English Historical Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2016, 1–15. Crossref link
Well! Burn me, or hang me, I will stand in the truth of Christ: Investigating early spoken English (M. Kytö). In E. Eggert & J. Kilian (eds) Historische Mündlichkeit. Bern: Peter Lang 2016, 163–180.
Diachronic registers (M. Kytö & E. Smitterberg). In D. Biber & R. Reppen (eds) The Cambridge Handbook of English Corpus Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2015, 330–345. Crossref link
English genres in diachronic corpus linguistics (E. Smitterberg & M. Kytö). In P. Shaw, B. Erman, G. Melchers & P. Sundkvist (eds) From Clerks to Corpora: Essays on the English Language Yesterday and Today. Stockholm: Stockholm University 2015, 117–133. Crossref link
English in the digital age: A general introduction (I. Taavitsainen, M. Kytö, C. Claridge & J. Smith). In I. Taavitsainen, M. Kytö, C. Claridge & J. Smith (eds) Developments in English: Expanding Electronic Evidence. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2015, 1–8.
Guidelines for normalising Early Modern English corpora: Decisions and justifications (D. Archer, M. Kytö, A. Baron & P. Rayson). ICAME Journal 39 2015, 5–24. Crossref link
I had lost sight of them then for a bit, but I went on pretty fast: Two degree modifiers in the Old Bailey Corpus (C. Claridge & M. Kytö). In I. Taavitsainen, A. H. Jucker & J. Tuominen (eds) Diachronic Corpus Pragmatics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins 2014, 29–52. Crossref link
Philology on the move: Manuscript studies at the dawn of the 21st century (M. Kytö & M. Peikola). In M. Peikola & M. Kytö (eds) Manuscript Studies and Codicology: Theory and Practice (Studia Neophilologica, Special Issue) 2014, 1–8.
You are a bit of a sneak: Exploring a degree modifier in the Old Bailey Corpus (C. Claridge & M. Kytö). In M. Hundt (ed.) Late Modern English Syntax. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2014, 239–268. Crossref link
Features of layout and other visual effects in the source manuscripts of An Electronic Text Edition of Depositions 1560–1760 (ETED) (T. Walker & M. Kytö). In A. Meurman-Solin & J. Tyrkkö (eds) Principles and Practices for the Digital Editing and Annotation of Diachronic Data (Studies in Variation, Contacts and Change in English 14). Helsinki: VARIENG 2013, available at http://​www​.helsinki​.fi​/varieng​/series​/volumes​/14​/walker​_kyto/
Evidence from Historical Corpora up to the Twentieth Century (M. Kytö & P. Pahta). In T. Nevalainen & E. Traugott (eds) The Oxford Handbook of the History of English. Oxford: Oxford University Press 2012, 123–133.
Introduction (M. Kytö). In M. Kytö (ed.) Confess if you be Guilty: Witchcraft Records in their Linguistic and Socio-Cultural Setting (Studia Neophilologica, Special Issue) 2012, 1–5.
New perspectives, theories and methods: Corpus linguistics (M. Kytö). In L. Brinton & A. Bergs (eds) English Historical Linguistics. An International Handbook, Vol. 2 (Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science 34.2). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter 2012, 1509–1531.
Corpora and historical linguistics (M. Kytö). In S. Th. Gries (ed.) Corpus Linguistics (Brazilian Journal of Applied Linguistics/Revista Brasileira de Linguística Aplicada (BJAL), Special Issue 11(2)) 2010, 417–457.
Data in historical pragmatics (M. Kytö). In A. Jucker & I. Taavitsainen (eds) Historical Pragmatics (Handbooks of Pragmatics 8). Berlin: Walter de Gruyter 2010, 33–67.
Explorations into ‘spoken’ interaction of the past: Evidence from early English texts (M. Kytö). In J. Helbig & R. Schallegger (eds) Anglistentag 2009 Klagenfurt – Proceedings (Proceedings of the Conference of the German Association of University Teachers of English 31). Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier 2010, 9–20.
Non-standard language in earlier English (M. Kytö & C. Claridge). In R. Hickey (ed.) Varieties in English Writing: The Written Word as Linguistic Evidence (Varieties of English Around the World G41). Amsterdam: John Benjamins 2010, 15–41.
Linguistic introduction (P. Grund, R. Hiltunen, L. Kahlas-Tarkka, M. Kytö, M. Peikola & M. Rissanen). In B. Rosenthal, G. A. Adams, M. Burns, P. Grund, R. Hiltunen, L. Kahlas-Tarkka, M. Kytö, M. Peikola, B. C. Ray, M. Rissanen, M. K. Roach & R. Trask (eds) Records of the Salem Witch-Hunt. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2009, 64–90. Crossref link
Engelskans historia speglad i sina texter (M. Kytö). Årsbok 2008. Stockholm: Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademien 2008, 65–75.
My dearest Minnykins: Style, gender and affect in 19th century English letters (M. Kytö & S. Romaine). In G. Watson (ed.) The State of Stylistics: PALA 26. Amsterdam: Rodopi 2008, 229–263. Crossref link
Collocational and idiomatic aspects of verbs in Early Modern English: A corpus-based study of MAKE, HAVE, GIVE, TAKE and DO. A reprint of the previous 1999 publication (M. Kytö). In W. Teubert & R. Krishnamurthy (eds) Corpus Linguistics: Critical Concepts in Linguistics. London: Routledge 2007, 349–385.
Engelska (M. Kytö). In E. Strangert (ed.) Databaser och digitalisering inom humaniora – existerande resurser och framtida behov. Bilaga 4. Stockholm: Vetenskapsrådet, Database Infrastructure Committee (DISC) 2007, no pagination.
English witness depositions 1560–1760: An electronic text edition (M. Kytö, T. Walker & P. Grund). ICAME Journal 31 2007, 65–85.
Historisk dialoganalys: Lexikala upprepningar i äldre nyengelska (M. Kytö). Kungliga Vetenskapssamhällets i Uppsala Årsbok 36 (2005–2006) 2007, 41–46.
Regional variation and the language of English witness depositions 1560–1760: Constructing a ‘linguistic’ edition in electronic form (M. Kytö, P. Grund & T. Walker). In P. Pahta, I. Taavitsainen, T. Nevalainen & J. Tyrkkö (eds) VARIENG E-Series special issue: Towards Multimedia in Corpus Studies 2007, available at http://​www​.helsinki​.fi​/varieng​/journal​/volumes​/02​/kyto​_et​_al​/#trans​_readable
Adjective comparison in nineteenth-century English (M. Kytö & S. Romaine). In M. Kytö, M. Rydén & E. Smitterberg (eds) Nineteenth-century English: Stability and Change. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2006, 194–214. Crossref link
Good, good indeed, the best that ere I heard: Exploring lexical repetitions in the Corpus of English Dialogues 1560–1760 (J. Culpeper & M. Kytö). In I. Taavitsainen, J. Härmä & J. Korhonen (eds) Dialogic Language Use / Dimensions du dialogisme / Dialogischer Sprachgebrauch (Mémoires de la Société Néophilologique LXVI). Helsinki: Société Néophilologique 2006, 69–85.
Introduction: Exploring nineteenth-century English – past and present perspectives (M. Kytö, M. Rydén & E. Smitterberg). In M. Kytö, M. Rydén & E. Smitterberg (eds) Nineteenth-century English: Stability and Change. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2006, 1–16. Crossref link
Nineteenth-century English: An age of stability or a period of change? (M. Kytö & E. Smitterberg). In R. Facchinetti & M. Rissanen (eds) Corpus Linguistic Studies in Diachronic English (Linguistic Insights: Studies in Language and Communication 31). Bern: Peter Lang 2006, 199–230.
We had like to have been killed by thunder & lightning: The semantic and pragmatic history of a construction that like to disappeared (M. Kytö & S. Romaine). Journal of Historical Pragmatics 6(1) 2005, 1–35. Crossref link
Editing the documents from the Salem witchcraft trials: An exploration of a linguistic treasury (P. Grund, M. Kytö & M. Rissanen). American Speech 79(2) 2004, 146–166. Crossref link
The emergence of American English: Evidence from seventeenth-century records in New England (M. Kytö). In R. Hickey (ed.) Legacies of Colonial English: Studies in Transported Dialects (Studies in English Language). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2004, 121–157.
The linguistic study of Early Modern English speech-related texts: How ‘bad’ can ‘bad’ data be? (M. Kytö & T. Walker). Journal of English Linguistics 31(3) 2003, 221–248. Crossref link
Lexical bundles in Early Modern English dialogues: A window into the speech-related language of the past (J. Culpeper & M. Kytö). In T. Fanego, B. Méndez-Naya & E. Seoane (eds) Sounds, Words, Texts and Change. Selected Papers from the 11 ICHEL, Santiago de Compostela, 7–11 September 2000 (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 224). Amsterdam: John Benjamins 2002, 45–65.
The go-futures in English and French viewed as an areal feature (A. Danchev & M. Kytö). NOWELE 40 2002, 29–60. Crossref link
The Middle English for to + infinitive construction: A twofold contact phenomenon? (A. Danchev & M. Kytö). In D. Kastovsky & A. Mettinger (eds) Language Contact in the History of English (Studies in English Medieval Language and Literature 1). Bern: Peter Lang 2001, 35–55.
Adjective comparison and standardisation processes in American and British English from 1620 to the present (M. Kytö & S. Romaine). In L. Wright (ed.) The Development of Standard English 1300–1800. Theories, Descriptions, Conflicts. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2000, 171–194. Crossref link
Building a bridge between the present and the past: A corpus of 19th-century English (M. Kytö, J. Rudanko & E. Smitterberg). ICAME Journal 24 2000, 85–97.
Data in historical pragmatics: Spoken interaction (re)cast as writing (J. Culpeper & M. Kytö). Journal of Historical Pragmatics 1(2) 2000, 175–199. Crossref link
English historical corpora: Report on developments in 1999 (M. Kytö & M. Rissanen). ICAME Journal 24 2000, 159–175.
Gender voices in the spoken interaction of the past: A pilot study based on Early Modern English trial proceedings (J. Culpeper & M. Kytö). In D. Kastovsky & A. Mettinger (eds) The History of English in Social Context. A Contribution to Historical Sociolinguistics (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs 129). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter 2000, 53–89. Crossref link
Robert Keayne’s Notebooks: A verbatim record of spoken English in early Boston? (M. Kytö). In S. C. Herring, P. van Reenen & L. Schøsler (eds) Textual Parameters in Older Languages (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 195). Amsterdam: John Benjamins 2000, 273–308.
The conjunction and in Early Modern English: Frequencies and uses in speech-related writing and other texts (J. Culpeper & M. Kytö). In R. Bermúdez-Otero, D. Denison, R. M. Hogg & C. B. McCully (eds) Generative Theory and Corpus Studies. A Dialogue from 10 ICEHL (Topics in English Linguistics 31). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter 2000, 299–326. Crossref link
Collocational and idiomatic aspects of verbs in Early Modern English: A corpus-based study of MAKE, HAVE, GIVE, TAKE, and DO (M. Kytö). In L. J. Brinton & M. Akimoto (eds) Collocational and Idiomatic Aspects of Composite Predicates in the History of English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins 1999, 167–206. Crossref link
English historical corpora: Report on developments in 1998 (M. Kytö & M. Rissanen). ICAME Journal 23 1999, 175–188.
Investigating nonstandard language in a corpus of Early Modern English dialogues: Methodological considerations and problems (J. Culpeper & M. Kytö). In I. Taavitsainen, G. Melchers & P. Pahta (eds) Writing in Nonstandard English (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 67). Amsterdam: John Benjamins 1999, 171–187.
Modifying pragmatic force: Hedges in Early Modern English dialogues (J. Culpeper & M. Kytö). In A. H. Jucker, G. Fritz & F. Lebsanft (eds) Historical Dialogue Analysis (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 66). Amsterdam: John Benjamins 1999, 293–312. Crossref link
Pragmatik i språkets förflutna: Nya insikter från talspråksbaserad äldre nyengelska (M. Kytö). Årsbok 1998. Uppsala: Kungl. Humanistiska Vetenskaps-Samfundet i Uppsala (Annales Societatis Litterarum Humaniorum Regiae Upsaliensis) 1999, 41–56.
Backdating the English constraint grammar parser for the analysis of English historical texts (M. Kytö & A. Voutilainen). In R. Hogg & L. van Bergen (eds) Historical Linguistics 1995: Selected papers from the twelfth International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Manchester, August 1995. Vol. 2. Amsterdam: John Benjamins 1998, 149–166. Crossref link
English historical corpora: Report on developments in 1997 (M. Kytö & M. Rissanen). ICAME Journal 22 1998, 113–120.
BE/HAVE + past participle: The choice of the auxiliary with intransitives from Late Middle to Modern English (M. Kytö). In M. Rissanen, M. Kytö & K. Heikkonen (eds) English in Transition: Corpus-Based Studies in Linguistic Variation and Genre Styles (Topics in English Linguistics 23). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter 1997, 17–85. Crossref link
Competing forms of adjective comparison in Modern English: What could be more quicker and easier and more effective? (M. Kytö & S. Romaine). In T. Nevalainen & L. Kahlas-Tarkka (eds) To Explain the Present. Studies in the Changing English language In Honour of Matti Rissanen (Mémoires de la Société Néophilologique 52). Helsinki: Société Néophilologique 1997, 329–352.
English historical corpora: Report on developments in 1996 (M. Kytö & M. Rissanen). ICAME Journal 21 1997, 109–120.
Language analysis and diachronic corpora (M. Kytö & M. Rissanen). In R. Hickey, M. Kytö, I. Lancashire & M. Rissanen (eds) Tracing the Trail of Time. Proceedings from the Second Diachronic Corpora Workshop, New College, University of Toronto, Toronto, May 1995. Amsterdam: Rodopi 1997, 9–22.
Therfor speke playnly to the poynt: Punctuation in Robert Keayne’s notes of church meetings from early Boston, New England (M. Kytö). In R. Hickey & S. Puppel (eds) Language History and Linguistic Modelling. A Festschrift for Jacek Fisiak on his 60th Birthday (Trends in Linguistics, Studies and Monographs 101). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter 1997, 323–342. Crossref link
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