Warren Maguire - Recent presentations

English epenthesis in lC and rC clusters
. The 20th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, 27-30th Aug 2018, University of Edinburgh. (with Pavel Iosad)

Sound change vs. orthographic remapping: visualising 'excrescent' <t> and <t> deletion in fifteenth-century Scots. The 20th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, 27-30th Aug 2018, University of Edinburgh. (with Ben Molineaux, Rhona Alcorn, Vasilis Karaiskos, Joanna Kopaczyk and Bettelou Los)

The Unpublished Scots phonological material from the Linguistic Survey of Scotland
. Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster, 12th Triennial Conference, 23-25 Aug 2018, University of Glasgow.

The FITS corpus: tracing the origins of fifteenth-century Scots sounds and spellings. Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster, 12th Triennial Conference, 23-25 Aug 2018, University of Glasgow. (with Benjamin Molineaux, Vasilis Karaiskos, Rhona Alcorn and Joanna Kopaczyk)

The origins of epenthesis in liquid+sonorant clusters in Mid-Ulster English
. Versions of this paper were presented at: The Third Edinburgh Symposium on Historical Phonology, 30 Nov - 1 Dec 2017, University of Edinburgh; The 8th Northern Englishes Workshop, 27-28 Mar 2018, Newcastle University; New Perspectives on Irish English 5, 25-27 Apr 2018, University of Potsdam.

The phonology of early 19th century Tyneside English as revealed in Thomas Wilson's The Pitman's Pay.  The First International Symposium on Approaches to Dialects in English Literature (LADEL), 26-27 Oct 2017, University of Salamanca.

Charting the rise and fall of a phonotactic change
. Diachronic Phonotactics Workshop, 7-8 September 2017, University of Vienna. (with Rhona Alcorn, Ben Molineaux, Joanna Kopaczyk, Bettelou Los and Vasilis Karaiskos)

The unpublished phonological material from the Linguistic Survey of Scotland (Scots Section)
. Scots@Ed, 25 Jan 2017, University of Edinburgh.

Investigating evidence for final [v] devoicing in Older Scots.
Linguistic Circle, Linguistics and English Language, 13 Oct 2016, University of Edinburgh. (with Rhona Alcorn, Ben Molineaux, Joanna Kopaczyk, Bettelou Los & Vasilis Karaiskos)

Grapho-phonological parsing of C15 Scots: a reassessment of the [v]~[f] alternation
. The 19th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics (ICEHL19), 22-26 Aug 2016, University of Duisburg-Essen. (with Ben Molineaux, Rhona Alcorn & Joanna Kopaczyk)

The phonology of early 19th century Tyneside English as revealed in Thomas Wilson's The Pitman's Pay. The 7th Northern Englishes Workshop, 14-15 Apr 2016, University of Edinburgh.

Pre-R Dentalisation in English and Scots. The Second Edinburgh Symposium on Historical Phonology, 3-4 Dec 2015, University of Edinburgh.

Investigating the phonological history of southwest Tyrone English.
Plenary presentation at the Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster, 12-14 Aug 2015, University of West Scotland (Ayr Campus).

The dialect of southwest Tyrone: Building a corpus and investigating the phonology of traditional Southwest Tyrone English.
New Perspectives on Irish English 3, 18-19 Jun 2015, University of Limerick.

The dialect of the Holy Island of Lindisfarne. The Roland Bibby Memorial Lecture for the Northumbrian Language Society, 11 Oct 2014, Morpeth, Northumberland.

Variation and change in a traditional Northern English rural dialect
. Plenary presentation at the 6th Northern Englishes Workshop, 16-17 Apr 2014, Lancaster University.

The MEAT-MATE 'merger' in Mid-Ulster English revisited. The First Edinburgh Symposium on Historical Phonology, 13-14 Jan 2014, University of Edinburgh.

The dialect of the Holy Island of Lindisfarne. UKLVC9, 2-4 Sep 2013, University of Sheffield.

A new look at the relationship between the MEAT and MATE lexical sets in Mid-Ulster English
. Plenary presentation at the Newcastle University Postgraduate Sociolinguistic Summer School, 24 Jun 2012. A version of this paper was also given to the English Language Research Group in Linguistics and English Language, University of Edinburgh, 2 Nov 2012.

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