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Language & Linguistics 2011-12ContentsCore Textbooks Morphology Sociolinguistics Historical Linguistics English Language Discourse Analysis Language Acquisition Applied Linguistics Pragmatics Phonetics & Phonology Philosophy of Language Corpus Linguistics Languages Scots Language Arabic Language & Linguistics ReferenceAuthor/Editor Index Welcome to the new Edinburgh University Press Language and Linguistics catalogue. As well as features on our top new titles you will find a full list of our backlist titles. Please browse to see how our list is developing especially in the areas of Sociolinguistics and Language Acquisition. Highlights for 2011-12 include:Lanugage Teaching by Melinda Whong, p.11 An Introduction to Multilinguism by Larissa Aronin & Muiris Laoire, p.11 An Introduction to Element Theory by Phillip Backley, p.14 Irish Sign Language by Lorraine Leeson & John I. Saeed, p.17

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Language & Linguistics

Core TextbooksEdinburgh Advanced Textbooks in LinguisticsSECOND EDITION

Series Editors: Peter Ackema & Mitsuhiko Ota, both University of Edinburgh This series supports the study of core topics as taught in the later years of linguistics degree courses. Each volume provides an in-depth introduction to a particular linguistic subdiscipline, while also engaging with recent research on the subject. Volumes in the series provide exercises in each chapter to consolidate learning and suggestions for further reading to promote independent enquiry. www.euppublishing.com/series/eatlFORTHCOMING

Introducing Sociolinguistics

Edited by Rajend Mesthrie, University of Cape Town, Joan Swann, the Open University, Ana Deumert, University of Cape Town & William Leap, the American University, Washington DC Provides a solid foundation in all aspects of sociolinguistics The coverage is impressive in its richness of detail and range of studies Mesthrie, Swann, Deumert and Leap have produced an excellent coursebook. Journal of Sociolingusitics The second edition of this popular textbook expertly synthesises the main approaches to sociolinguistics. Written with the beginner in mind, it provides a broad introduction covering areas such as multilingualism, code-choice, language variation, dialectology, interactional studies, gender, language contact, language and inequality, and language and power. Illustrated with maps, diagrams, inset boxes, drawings and cartoons Uses numerous examples from multilingual settings Includes a glossary, suggestions for further reading, a full bibliography, and a section on next steps 2009 o 528pp 96 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 3844 4 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3843 7 o 80.00


Essential Programming for Linguistics

From Data to Theories

Martin Weisser, Chemnitz University of Technology An ideal starting point for linguists approaching computer programming for the first time Practical examples are designed to help the reader to identify basic issues in handling language data, conduct simple analyses in morphology/ morphosyntax and phonotactics, create frequency lists from corpus materials, to gather basic descriptive statistics on texts, and to design graphical user interfaces for writing more efficient and easy-to-use analysis tools. Two different types of exercise help readers to either to learn interpret and understand illustrative sample code, or to develop algorithmic thinking and solution strategies through turning a series of instructions into sample programs. 2009 o 192pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 3856 7 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3855 0 o 80.00

Antonio Fbregas, University of Troms & Sergio Scalise, University of Bologna A detailed discussion of morphology for intermediate and advanced students Tackling theoretical approaches to morphology including Construction Grammar and the Minimalist Program, this book moves away from the concentration on units found in introductory textbooks to focus on more in-depth examinations of processes and phenomena. Each chapter covers the main concepts through example data, before discussing the pros and cons of the approach. May 2012 o 224pp o t 96 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 4313 4 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 4314 1 o 70.00



Core Textbooks / MorphologyCognitive LinguisticsAn IntroductionVyvyan Evans, University of Bangor & Melanie Green, University of Sussex An authoritative general introduction to cognitive linguistics This massive yet reasonably priced book provides a very useful guide to major parts of the cognitive strand of linguistics and I have no doubt that every cognitive linguist will want it as a reference book. Times Higher Education I whole-heartedly congratulate Evans & Green for their laborious work and, accordingly, recommend it to be used as a textbook indispensable reading. Linguist List While all topics are introduced in terms accessible to undergraduate students, this work is sufficiently comprehensive and detailed to serve as a reference work for scholars from linguistics and neighbouring disciplines who wish to gain a better understaning of the subject. Cognitive Linguistics features: Exercises at the end of each chapter Annotated reading lists for each chapter Lively and accessible presentation A full bibliography 2006 o 848pp o t o e 200 diagrammatic illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 1832 3 o 26.99SECOND EDITION

Historical LinguisticsLyle Campbell A hands-on introduction to historical linguistics Thanks to his practical approach, Campbells book has a clear edge as the most useful practical introduction to the subject for beginners - and for more advanced students and specialists. Times Higher Education With abundant examples and exercises, this textbook helps students learn for themselves how to do historical linguistics. 2004 o 472pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 1905 4 o 19.99


Word Structure

Editors: Heinz Giegerich, University of Edinburgh, Laurie Bauer, Victoria University of Wellington & Greg Stump, University of Kentucky An international journal of linguistic morphology and all related disciplines Word Structures outlook is both synchronic and diachronic. Its interests are both empirical and theoretical. Its aim is to further the understanding of the nature of words, in every sense and in the broadest definition, in the languages of the world by applying to that concept the methodologies of disciplines such as morphology, syntax and phonology, of sociolinguistics and psycholinguistics, of formal, computational, cognitive and historical linguistics and of any other relevant sub-discipline of linguistics. Two issues per year o ISSN 1750-1245 e-ISSN 1755-2036 o www.eupjournals.com/wordSECOND EDITION

Clinical Linguistics

Louise Cummings, Nottingham Trent University Gives SLT students an excellent starting point for a wide range of communication impairments [Clinical Linguistics] is impressive not only in its scope, but also in its style and clarity, and the book should be a reference for students, researchers, and clinicians working in the area of speech, language, and communication disorders. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders 2008 o 528pp o t o e 22 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 2077 7 o 24.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2076 0 o 85.00

Introducing Linguistic MorphologyLaurie Bauer Guides the reader from the very first principles of the internal structure of words through to controversial issues 2003 o 384pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1705 0 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1704 3 o 85.00 See also Edinburgh Textbooks on the English Language, p9 and Edinburgh Advanced Textbooks in Linguistics, p3

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Language & Linguistics

SociolinguisticsEdinburgh SociolinguisticsNEW

Series Editors: Joan Swann, the Open University & Paul Kerswill, Lancaster University Designed for second or third year undergraduates, this series covers the core topics within sociolinguistics. Volumes are discursive, accessibly written and alert to developments in the field, offering a critical overview as well as insights derived from the authors own research. Praise for the series: Certainly the greatest achievement of [Sociolinguistics and Corpus Linguistics] is that it brings down barriers between linguistic approaches; the book clearly shows how CL and SL can learn from each other by improving their methods, re-evaluating findings and finally being able to better position themselves within linguistics. Linguist List www.euppublishing.com/series/edss

Linguistic Variation and Change


Scott F. Kiesling, University of Pittsburgh The only textbook available covering all aspects of variation in sociolinguistics This book provides a wide survey of the field, organized around the tension among three constraints on variation: linguistic structure, social structure and identity, and social and linguistic perception. Both the views from classic variationist literature and new work challenging this literature are discussed, with an emphasis in the newer work on non-English and non-European contexts. May 2011 o 208pp 55 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 3762 1 o 22.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3761 4 o 70.00FORTHCOMING

The Sociolinguistics of WritingTheresa Lillis, Open University Brings the study of writing to the heart of sociolinguistic inquiry This book introduces an area that is growing in importance within sociolinguistics, illustrating and challenging the great divide between speech and writing. It is organised around around four main areas: socially oriented text analyses of written texts; modality inflected analyses of texts and practices; writing as identity and performance; and the analysis of literacy practices in relation to networks, access, participation and resources. April 2012 o 192pp o t o e 20 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 3750 8 o 22.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3748 5 o 70.00

English Sociophonetics

Kevin Watson, Lancaster University An integrated approach to the multifaceted subfield of linguistics in which phonetics, phonology and sociolinguistics interact Illustrated with examples from standard and non-standard English from Britain, the USA, Australia and beyond, this book first considers how English varies across geographical and social boundaries then introduces the technical terminology and theoretical concepts of auditory and acoustic phonetics. March 2012 o 192pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 3615 0 o 22.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3614 3 o 70.00

Sociolinguistics and Corpus LinguisticsPaul Baker, Lancaster University Describes the ways in which corpora can be utilised in sociolinguistic enquiry This book covers the range of ways in which corpora can be gainfully employed in sociolinguistic enquiry, critically discussing corpus analytical procedures such as frequencies, collocations, dispersions, keywords, key keywords and concordances. 2010 o 200pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2736 3 o 22.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2735 6 o 70.00



SociolinguisticsDialects of EnglishSeries Editors: Joan Beal, University of Sheffield, Karen P. Corrigan, Newcastle University & April McMahon, University of Edinburgh Books in this series provide concise, up-to-date documentation for varieties of English from around the world. Written by experts who have conducted first-hand research, the volumes provide a starting point for anyone wishing to know more about a particular dialect. Each volume follows a common structure, covering the background, phonetics and phonology, morphosyntax, lexis and history of a variety of English, and concludes with an annotated bibliography and some sample texts. The series promises to be a most welcome contribution to the knowledge of alternative histories of English. English Worldwide Indian English is undoubtedly a must-have textbook for newcomers to this area of study. Linguist List A valuable addition to the growing literature on Singapore English. Thoughtfully written in clear, simple language the discussion is entirely descriptive; there is no trace of prescriptivism or negative judgment. RELC Journal www.euppublishing.com/series/dioe Jeff Kallen May 2012 o 160pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 3879 6 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3878 9 o 60.00

Irish English, volume 2 - The Republic of Ireland

Sandra Clarke 2010 o 224pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2617 5 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2616 8 o 60.00 Sailaja Pingali 2009 o 184pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2595 6 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2594 9 o 60.00

Newfoundland and Labrador English

Urszula Clark & Esther Asprey March 2012 o 192pp 12 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 4168 0 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 4169 7 o 60.00 Bridget L. Anderson March 2012 o 160pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2423 2 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2422 5 o 60.00

West Midlands English: Birmingham and the Black Country

Indian English

Smoky Mountain English

Jennifer Hay, Margaret A. Maclagan & Elizabeth Gordon 2008 o 184pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2530 7 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2529 1 o 60.00 David Deterding 2007 o 144pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2545 1 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2544 4 o 60.00 Robert McColl Millar 2007 o 192pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2317 4 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2316 7 o 60.00

New Zealand English

Joan Beal, Lourdes Burbano-Elizondo & Carmen Llamas October 2011 o 160pp Pb o 978 0 7486 4152 9 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3929 8 o 55.00 Jane Setter, Cathy S. P. Wong & Brian H. S. Chan 2010 o 160pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 3596 2 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3595 5 o 60.00 Karen P. Corrigan 2010 o 208pp o e 21 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 3429 3 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3428 6 o 60.00

Urban North-Eastern English: Tyneside to Teesside

Singapore English

Northern and Insular Scots

Hong Kong English

Irish English, volume 1 - Northern Ireland

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Language & Linguistics

Sociolinguistics / Historical LinguisticsLanguage and IdentitiesEdited by Carmen Llamas & Dominic Watt, both University of York How we use language to construct, maintain and project multi-faceted identities The collection brings together 22 specially commissioned chapters on a range of topics around the language/identity nexus to illustrate how the multi-layered, dynamic nature of identities is realised through linguistic behaviour. 2009 o 320pp 33 b&w illutrations Pb o 978 0 7486 3577 1 o 24.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3576 4 o 85.00

Arabic Sociolinguistics

Reem Bassiouney, Georgetown University The first introduction to the field of Arabic sociolinguistics This book discusses major trends in research on diglossia, code-switching, gendered discourse, language variation and change, and language policies in relation to Arabic. It shows how sociolinguistic theories can be applied to Arabic and, conversely, what the study of Arabic can contribute to our understanding of the function of language in society. 2009 o 336pp Pb o 978 0 7486 2374 7 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2373 0 o 65.00 Sarah G. Thomason 2001 o 320pp Pb o 978 0 7486 0719 8 o 23.99 Mary Talbot, Karen Atkinson & David Atkinson 2003 o 352pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1538 4 o 25.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1539 1 o 70.00 Peter Trudgill 2006 o 208pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1877 4 o 18.99 Peter Trudgill 2001 o 208pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1515 5 o 23.99

Early Modern EnglishCharles Barber Barber provides the most thorough study I have seen of this period. The book should be invaluable to any university with a strong program in English that includes teaching the history of the language. Library Journal 1997 o 304pp Pb o 978 0 7486 0835 5 o 29.99

The Dictionary of Historical and Comparative LinguisticsR. L. Trask, formerly University of Sussex This is a very useful tool not only for beginners and advanced students but a good synthesis and reference book for professionals. Bulletin De La Socit Polonaise De Linguistique 2000 o 384pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1001 3 o 27.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1003 7 o 125.00

Language and Social Change in Central Europe

Language Contact

Discourses on Policy, Identity and the German Language

Patrick Stevenson & Jenny Carl, both University of Southampton A study of the dynamics of language and social change Combining macro perspectives on language policies with ethnographic approaches, the authors focus on the German language, with its uniquely complex and problematic history. Situating the study in the context of the end of the Cold War and eastern expansion of the European Union, they make a unique contribution to the sociolinguistics of globalisation. 2010 256pp e Hb o 978 0 7486 3598 6 o 70.00o o

Language and Power in the Modern World

Everyday English 1500-1700A ReaderEdited by Bridget Cusack An extremely useful source-book for courses on Early Modern English, whether at undergraduate or postgraduate level the student is brought as close as possible to the real language of the time. Years Work in English Studies 1998 o 320pp Pb o 978 0 7486 0776 1 o 29.99 Edinburgh Textbooks on the English Language, p8 and Scots Language p19.www.euppublishing.com 7

New-Dialect Formation

Sociolinguistic Variation and Change

See also Textbooks on p3 and Reference on p17.

English LanguageEdinburgh Textbooks on the English LanguageSeries Editor: Heinz Giegerich, University of Edinburgh Divided into two sections - introductory and advanced - each textbook in the series clearly describes, explains and explores different aspects of English, covering the equivalent of an introductory course. Each book contains exercises and recommendations for further reading. Praise for the series: A welcome addition to the literature on international varieties of English and can definitely be recommended as an introductory guide for students who wish to study this varied and fascinating field. Archiv fuer Geschichte der Philosophie A clear and concise introduction to its topic this second edition of [An introduction to English Syntax] contains useful exercises at the end of each chapter, as well as a discussion of the exercises at the end of the book. Years Work in English Studies This textbook offers a very useful and stimulating introduction to a long neglected period in the history of the English language. Ingrid Tieken-Boon van Ostade draws on her own extensive research in the field and research in projects supervised by her which have produced fascinating insights. Linguist List www.euppublishing.com/series/etotel www.euppublishing.com/series/etotelAdvanced

Edinburgh Textbooks on the English Language Introductory

An Introduction to English SociolinguisticsGraeme Trousdale, University of Edinburgh Introduces the range of sociolinguistic theories and the insights they provide for a greater understanding of varieties of English, past and present. 2010 o 160pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2325 9 o 15.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2324 2 o 55.00

An Introduction to Old English


Rhona Alcorn, University of Edinburgh Updated from the first edition by the late Richard Hogg, formerly University of Manchester An overview of the first centuries in the history of the English language Designed for students unfamiliar with the earliest stages of the English language this introduction offers a unique study of Old English in context. It contains short texts, exercises, a glossary of key terms and an Old English glossary. February 2012 o 216pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 4238 0 o 16.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 4239 7 o 65.00

An Introduction to English PhoneticsRichard Ogden, University of York Guides readers through the vocal tract and explains how sounds of speech are made, covering the concepts, terminology and representations needed for an understanding of how English is pronounced. 2009 o 192pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2541 3 o 16.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2540 6 o 65.00

An Introduction to Regional EnglishesDialect Variation and ChangeJoan Beal, University of Sheffield A description of regional varieties of British English Drawing on recent research, this textbook contains chapters outlining the main regional differences in accent, dialect grammar and dialect vocabulary, followed by discussions of research into geographical diffusion, levelling, issues of identity and stereotypes. Each chapter contains an exercise or discussion point. 2010 o 144pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2117 0 o 15.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2116 3 o 55.00

An Introduction to Late Modern English

Ingrid Tieken-Boon van Ostade, University of Leiden An introductory textbook to the Late Modern English period, making full use of the wide range of electronic research tools available to students. 2009 o 176pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2598 7 o 16.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2597 0 o 65.00

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Language & Linguistics

English LanguageAn Introduction to International Varieties of English Edinburgh Textbooks on the English Language AdvancedFORTHCOMING FORTHCOMING

A Historical Morphology of EnglishDieter Kastovsky, University of Vienna Chronological discussion allows a focus on morphology in progress Studies of morphology have so far focused retrospectively on root languages, such as Germanic to interpret Old English. This study instead focuses on morphology in progress and so also includes interpretation of the future of English. It proves how language change is more systematic than short-term change suggests. This textbook is conveniently divided by the main historical branches of morphology: Modern, Indo-European, Germanic, Old, Middle and Early Modern English. January 2012 o 256pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 1474 5 o 18.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3686 0 o 70.00

Laurie Bauer 2002 o 144pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 1338 0 o 16.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1337 3 o 65.00 Andrew Carstairs-McCarthy 2001 o 160pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 1326 7 o 16.99

English Historical Sociolinguistics

Robert McColl Millar, University of Aberdeen Develops a deeper understanding of both sociolinguistics and historical linguistics Moving beyond a linear narrative history of English, this book provides students with a deeper understanding of the sociolinguistic forces which initiate or encourage language change. Uniquely, it discusses not only the central variationist tendencies present in language change and their analysis but also the macrosociolinguistic forces which act upon all speakers and their language. February 2012 o 240pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 4180 2 o 22.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 4181 9 o 70.00FORTHCOMING

An Introduction to English Morphology

Simon Horobin & Jeremy Smith 2002 o 192pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 1481 3 o 16.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1480 6 o 65.00

An Introduction to Middle English

An Introduction to English Semantics and PragmaticsPatrick Griffiths 2006 o 208pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 1632 9 o 15.99 April McMahon 2001 o 160pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 1251 2 o 16.99

An Introduction to English Phonology

A Historical Syntax of English

Corpus Linguistics and the Description of EnglishHans Lindquist, Linnaeus University, Sweden A lively hands-on introduction to the use of electronic corpora This book introduces corpora and the rationale and basic methodology of corpus linguistics then presents a number of case studies providing new insights into vocabulary, collocations, phraseology, metaphor and metonymy, syntactic structures, male and female language, and language change. Each chapter has exercises and suggestions for further reading. 2009 o 240pp Pb o 978 0 7486 2615 1 o 18.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2614 4 o 70.00www.euppublishing.com 9

Bettelou Los, University Nijmegen Shows how many factors influence syntactic change This book discusses formal and functional approaches to charting the major developments in the syntax of English, addressing key issues of interpretation and focus. It does not assume any knowledge of Old or Middle English or of formal syntax, although students should be familiar with concepts such as verbs and nouns, subjects and objects, and morphology and case. May 2012 o 240pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 4143 7 o 18.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 4144 4 o 70.00

Jim Miller 2008 o 224pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 3361 6 o 16.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3360 9 o 65.00 Terttu Nevalainen 2006 o 192pp o t Pb o 978 0 7486 1524 7 o 16.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1523 0 o 65.00

An Introduction to English Syntax

An Introduction to Early Modern English

Discourse AnalysisNEW

Intercultural CommunicationA Critical IntroductionIngrid Piller, Macquarie University An up-to-date introduction to a developing field of linguistics Ingrid Piller combines discourse analytic and sociolinguistic perspectives to explain communication in context. The first treats cultural identity, difference and similarity as discursive constructions. The second, informed by bilingualism studies, highlights the use and prestige of different languages and language varieties as well as the varying access that speakers have to them. Key Features Case studies from around the world Learning objectives, key points, exercises and suggestions for further reading in each chapter Reader-friendly, accessible style May 2011 o 224pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 3284 8 o 24.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3283 1 o 70.00


Mediated Business Interactions

Intercultural Communication Between Speakers of SpanishRosina Mrquez Reiter, University of Surrey This is the first text to examine mediated business interaction in Spanish. Through conversation analysis, this book informs our understanding of intercultural communication in a contemporary business environment by focusing on communication between native speakers of Spanish from around the world. Various modes of communication are discussed as well as the methods engaged by telephone conversationalists to supply and demand a service in Spanish. July 2011 o 256pp o e Hb o 9780748635771 o 60.00SECOND EDITION

Edited by Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini May 2009 o 528pp Hb o 978 0 7486 2801 8 o 95.00

The Handbook of Business Discourse

Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini & Sandra Harris 1997 o 264pp Pb o 978 0 7486 0833 1 o 18.99 Lilie Chouliaraki & Norman Fairclough 1999 o 176pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1082 2 o 29.99 Joanna Gavins 2007 o 208pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2300 6 o 22.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2299 3 o 70.00 Alexandra Georgakopoulou & Dionysis Goutsos 2004 o 232pp Pb o 978 0 7486 2045 6 o 27.99 Kieran OHalloran 2003 o 288pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1828 6 o 29.99

The Languages of Business

Discourse in Late Modernity

Text World Theory

The Discursive Construction of National Identity

Discourse Analysis

Ruth Wodak, Lancaster University & Rudolf de Cillia, Martin Reisigl & Karin Liebhart, all University of Vienna An analysis of discourses of national identity in Europe with particular attention to Austria 2009 o 288ppo e Pb o 978 0 7486 3734 8 o 27.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3726 3 o 80.00

Discourse and IdentityA stimulating resource. Discourse Studies

Critical Discourse Analysis and Language Cognition

Shortlisted for the BAAL Book Prize 2007Bethan Benwell & Elizabeth Stokoe

An excellent addition to the existing growing literature on the study of identity through discourse. Sociolinguistic Studies 2006 o 328pp o t o e Pb o 78 0 7486 1750 0 o 19.9910 10 Language & Linguistics

Peter Stockwell 2009 o 224pp Hb o 978 0 7486 2581 9 o 60.00

Texture A Cognitive Aesthetics of Reading

Language AcquisitionLanguage TeachingLinguistic Theory in Practice

An Introduction to Multilinguism

Melinda Whong, University of Leeds A linguistics-based perspective on language teaching How does the study of language impact upon English Language Training (ELT)? Where do theory and practise meet? This textbook will demonstrate how language theories can impact upon second language teaching. Written by an experienced ELT lecturer, the study begins with a brief historical survey of the different ways in which language has been viewed, highlighting implications for language teaching. Current linguistic approaches are then described formal, functional and cognitive and how these perspectives translate into classroom practise from the heart of the text. The book then explores wellknown language teaching methods, looking at the extent to which theory can be seen to manifest itself in each approach respectively. It concludes with very practical aspects of teaching, presenting and then deconstructing a sample lesson plan to show how understanding of theory can influence even the most practical aspects of classroom teaching. This is the first textbook to provide a linguisticsbased perspective on language teaching and will be a valuable resource to professional language teachers, student and academics alike. January 2011 o 224pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 3557 3 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3634 1 o 60.00

Larissa Aronin, Oranim Academic College, Israel & Muiris Laoire, Auckland University A companion to courses dealing with multilanguage use Using numerous illuminating facts and significant findings from a wide variety of multilingual settings, this textbook systematically presents up-to-date knowledge of multilingualism in a way accessible to newcomers to the subject. It provides a foundation in multilingualism for those interested in language acquisition and its use in society, bilingualism and multilingualism. As well as explaining the main concepts and classical postulates of multilingualism, the book covers individual and societal multilingualism in their linguistic and sociolinguistic aspects, and monolingual and multilingual perspectives. It also outlines the main theories of multilingualism and focuses on crucial issues in theory and practice. Key Features Selected reading section, keywords and key questions included for each chapter. International examples used throughout. Written by founding members of the International Association of Multilingualism. Includes glossary of key terms and concepts May 2011 o 256pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 3564 1 o 22.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3563 4 o 70.00

Processes in Third Language AcquisitionBjrn Hammarberg, Stockholm University An extended case study of an adult multilingual speaker acquiring a new language This volume is a valuable resource for the study of multilingual acquisition. It provides an insight into the different roles and effects of prior languages in L3 acquisition in a proactive multilingual adult learner. Birkbeck Studies in Applied Linguistics 2009 o 184pp Hb o 978 0 7486 3511 5 o 60.00

Linguistic Awareness in MultilingualsEnglish as a Third LanguageUlrike Jessner, University of Innsbruck Demonstrates the importance of meta linguistic awareness in multilingual proficiency An excellent introduction into linguistic awareness research and into the complexities of multilingualism in general. Linguist List 2006 o 192pp o t o e Pb o 978 0 7486 1914 6 o 22.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1913 9 o 80.00



Applied LinguisticsEdinburgh Textbooks in Applies LinguisticsSeries Editors: Alan Davies, Keith Mitchell, both University of Edinburgh & Erik Schleef, University of Manchester This textbook series provides advanced introductions to the main areas of study in contemporary Applied Linguistics, with a principal focus on the theory and practice of language teaching and language learning and on the processes and problems of language in use. Praise for the series: [Pragmatic Stylistics] is an extremely objective and wide-ranging first exposition of a fascinating area of study. Forum for Modern Language Studies [Block] makes an outstanding contribution to the field of Second Language Acquisition Research. BAAL News Introduction to Applied Linguistics is obligatory reading for students and researchers in applied linguistics, for language professionals and for anyone interested in the link between linguistics and applied linguistics. Modern Language Review Davies, with his impressive experience and knowledge has packaged this comprehensive coverage of the field in an original and yet accessible way. The book is a pleasure to read for its style, its theory and its weaving in of experience. New Zealand Studies in Applied Linguistics Josephs volume is a much needed exploration of of the political aspects of language and would undoubtedly serve as a useful course text. Language Policy [Lynch provides] a comprehensive, non-technical introduction to two rapidly evolving specialist fields. Language Awareness [Linguistics and the Language of Translation is] a highly recommended book which can be used at both undergraduate and graduate levels. The Translator www.euppublishing.com/series/eual Elizabeth Black 2005 o 184pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2041 8 o 24.99

Pragmatic Stylistics

David Block 2003 o 176pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1552 0 o 29.99SECOND EDITION

The Social Turn in Second Language Acquisition

Kirsten Malmkjaer 2005 o 256pp Pb o 978 0 7486 2056 2 o 24.99

Linguistics and the Language of Translation

Ian McGrath 2002 o 328pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1330 4 o 29.99

Materials Evaluation and Design for Language Teaching

An Introduction to Applied Linguistics Teaching Literature in a Second From Practice to Theory Language Alan Davies2007 o 224pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 3355 5 o 19.99 Gibson Ferguson 2006 o 248pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 1262 8 o 24.99

Language Planning and Education

Brian Parkinson & Helen Reid Thomas 2000 o 216pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1259 8 o 26.99

John E. Joseph 2006 o 176pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2453 9 o 24.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2452 2 o 70.00

Language and Politics

Brian K. Lynch 2003 o 192pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1562 9 o 24.99

Language Assessment and Programme Evaluation

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Language & Linguistics

Applied Linguistics / PragmaticsJOURNAL

Translation and Literature

Understanding Pragmatic Markers in EnglishKarin Aijmer, Gteborg University Uses a corpus of spoken English to explore if pragmatic markers are context-sensitive The multifunctionality of pragmatic markers makes it difficult to describe their meaning and functional potential. For example, we know very little about pragmatic markers and prosody, their sociolinguistic use (how they are related to the speakers social class, age or gender) or their distribution across text types (informal conversation, discussion, broadcast programme). By taking a broader perspective on the markers, classifying them, describing their class-specific properties and analysing individual markers, Karen Aijmer assesses whether any generalisations can be made about the prosody of the markers. February 2012 o 224pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 3550 4 o 22.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3549 8 o 60.00


Stuart Gillespie, University of Glasgow This interdisciplinary journal covers translation as a fundamental part of Western literary tradition. It embraces responses to all other literatures in the work of English writers, including reception of classical texts; historical and contemporary translation of works in modern languages; history and theory of literary translation, adaptation, and imitation. Three issues per year o ISSN 0968-1361 e-ISSN 1750-0214 o www.eupjournals.com/tal

A Multidisciplinary Perspective

Louise Cummings, Nottingham Trent University An analysis of the current state of linguistic pragmatics Pragmatics is complex and riven with fierce controversy - not so much a field as a minefield. In this excellent book, Louise Cummings provides a lucid guide to many of these disagreements. This is an outstanding book that will challenge students in exactly the right way. Times Higher Education 2005 o 352pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1682 4 o 24.99

Language, Meaning and the Law

Chris Hutton, University of Hong Kong Uses the legal context to illuminate theoretical issues of concern to linguists, philosophers, literary theorists 2009 o 256pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 3351 7 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3350 0 o 72.00

Gender and Language

Towards a Feminist Pragmatics

Christine Christie, Loughborough University Shows how pragmatics can inform feminist analysis of naturally occuring language use The book is both an original contribution to current academic debates in feminism, discourse analysis and linguistics, and an accessible introductory text for students. Update 2000 o 216pp Pb o 978 0 7486 0935 2 o 23.99


An Introduction

Randal Holme, University of Durham An introduction to literacy studies from the perspectives of applied linguistics, education and media studies 2004 o 280pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1689 3 o 24.99



Phonetics & PhonologyNEW

A Guide to Speech Production and PerceptionThe first textbook to provide an integrated model of spoken language An excellent introductory guide to the field of contemporary theoretical and experimental phonetics. Professor Chris Code, University of Exeter

An Introduction to Element Theory

Mark Tatham & Katherine Morton, both University of Essex

Phillip Backley, Tohoku Gakuin University, Japan A fresh alternative for describing segmental structure in phonology This book invites students of linguistics to challenge and reassess their existing assumptions about the form of phonological representations and the place of phonology in generative grammar. It does this by offering a comprehensive introduction to Element Theory. The book compares the theory with standard models of segmental structure in order to reveal its motivation, its mechanisms and its application to language data. The book includes 103 illustrations and written exercises at the end of each chapter. July 2011 o 256pp o t o e 103 line drawings Pb o 978 0 7486 3743 0 o 24.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3742 3 o 70.00

Patterns in Child Phonology

Wyn Johnson & Paula Reimers, both University of Essex The first textbook introduction to normal (non-disordered) phonological acquisition in children The authors provide a data- and theory-rich overview of phonological development in child speech. The book is well-written, and its structure is clear, based on the nature or nurture debate in child acquisition. Linguist List Relevant to theoretical, applied and clinical phonology, this student-friendly text will enable the reader to enhance their observational skills and develop an understanding of the connection between child data and phonological theory. Topics covered include child phonological patterns, phonological theory, the pre-production stages of phonological acquisition, non-grammatical factors affecting acquisition, and an overview of issues in phonological acquisition. 2010 o 280pp o t o e Pb o 9780 7486 3820 8 o 24.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3819 2 o 75.00

What roles do the speaker and the listener play in communication processes? Providing an overall system view, this innovative new textbook explains how those working in the area think about speech. Emphasizing contextual and environmental perspectives, students will be led through classical and modern phonetics alongside discussion of cognitive and physical aspects of speech. Key Features Definition and explanation boxes throughout the text Tutorial sections in each chapter Evaluation sections to enable comparison of competing theories April 2011 o 272pp o t o e 32 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 3652 5 o 24.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3651 8 o 75.00

Elements of General Phonetics

David Abercrombie, University of Edinburgh A classic introduction to phonetics, designed for students with no previous knowledge of the subject 1990 o 216pp Pb o 978 0 85224 451 7 o 29.99

Fundamental Concepts in PhonologySameness and DifferenceKen Lodge, University of East Anglia A new take on sameness and difference, the building blocks of phonological theory 2009 o 168pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2565 9 o 55.00

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Philosophy of LanguageCreating WorldviewsMetaphor, Ideology and Language

What if Derrida was wrong about Saussure?This long-overdue commentary opens up exciting new terrain in linguistic and political thought

James W. Underhill, Stendhal University, Grenoble Explores metaphor theory in the work of contemporary European scholars Encouraging readers to reflect upon language and the role metaphor plays in patterning ideas and thought, this book first offers a critical introduction to metaphor theory as it has emerged over the past thirty years in the States. James W. Underhill then widens the scope of metaphor theory by investigating not only the worldview our language offers us, but also the worldviews which we adapt in our own ideological and personal interpretations of the world. Detailed case studies investigate the ways the Czech language was reshaped by communist discourse, and the way fascism emerged in the German language. The third case study turns metaphor theory on its head: instead of looking for metaphors in language, it describes the way language systems (French & English) are understood in terms of metaphorically-framed concepts evolving over time. June 2011 o 256pp 3 b&w illustrations Hb o 978 0 7486 4315 8 o 70.00

Russell Daylight, Charles Sturt University, Australia

Key Ideas in Linguistics and the Philosophy of LanguageSiobhan Chapman & Christopher Routledge Introductory entries on 80 ideas that have shaped the study of language up to the present day 2009 o 272pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2619 9 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2618 2 o 65.00

In the past one hundred years there has been no more influential and divisive reading of Ferdinand de Saussures Course in General Linguistics than that of Jacques Derrida. Despite the importance of Derridas critique of Saussure for cultural studies, philosophy, linguistics and literary theory, no comprehensive analysis has been written. This book is an examination of Derridas philosophical reconstruction of Saussurean linguistics, of the paradigm shift from structuralism to post-structuralism, and of the consequences that continue to resonate in every field of the humanities today. January 2011 o 224pp Hb o 978 0 7486 4197 0 o 60.00

Key Thinkers in Linguistics and the Philosophy of LanguageSiobhan Chapman & Christopher Routledge Includes 80 entries on individual thinkers in the Western tradition 2005 o 304pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1758 6 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1757 9 o 80.00

Language, Mind and BrainEwa Dabrowska

Sassure and his Interpreters

Some Psychological and Neurological Constraints on Theories of GrammarThis work is distinguished by meticulous presentation and brilliant thinking. Germanistik 2004 o 280pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1475 2 o 24.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1474 5 o 70.00

Roy Harris, Emeritus Professor, University of Oxford The first major reassessment of the reception of Sassures ideas throughout the twentieth century This readable and witty book is nothing less than a landmark for anyone interested in the history of ideas, the study of language and the problem of knowledge formation in interdisciplinary research. Language and Literature 2003 o 256pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1783 8 o 27.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1308 3 o 90.00

Humboldt, Worldview and LanguageA study of the linguistic philosophy of Wilhelm von Humboldt 2009 o 176pp Hb o 978 0 7486 3842 0 o 55.00

James W. Underhill, Stendhal University, Grenoble

The Linguistics of HistoryRoy Harris Traces the relationship between Western philosophies of history and language 2004 o 256pp Hb o 978 0 7486 1930 6 o 80.00www.euppublishing.com 15

Corpus LinguisticsEdinburgh Textbooks in Empirical LinguisticsSeries Editors: Tony McEnery & Andrew Wilson This series offers accessible introductions for students coming to empirical linguistics for the first time. These books provide clearly written introductions which encourage the practical use of empirical data through specially designed individual and class exercises. Praise for the series: [Corpus Linguistics] is attractively and well written, explaining complex issues clearly and succintly, and making effective use of illustrative diagrams, tables, and examples. Literary and Linguistic Computing Well illustrated [Language and Computers] is book contains much good practical advice for students. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics This book is essential for learning statistical analysis of texts. Most importantly, Oakess is the only current corpus-linguistic book that devotes such a large portion of its pages to stylistics. Language and Literature [The BNC Handbook] provides valuable informationon the operation of SARA. Its instructions are clear, the tasks set the reader are natural and wide-ranging, and the skills it seeks to inculcate make full use of the potentiality of corpus study. Micheal Hoey www.euppublishing.com/series/etel

The BNC HandbookGuy Aston & Lou Burnard 1998 o 256pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1055 6 o 27.99Exploring the British National Corpus with SARA



Corpus-based Language Learning, Language Processing and Linguistics

A Practical Introduction to the Computer Analysis of Language Geoffrey Barnbrook 1996 o 208pp Pb o 978 0 7486 0785 3 o 27.99 Michael Oakes 1998 o 272pp Pb o 978 0 7486 0817 1 o 27.99 Vincent B. Y. Ooi 1998 o 224pp Pb o 978 0 7486 0815 7 o 27.99

Language and Computers

Editors: Tony McEnery, Paul Baker & Paul Rayson, all Lancaster University A journal of corpus linguistics, this journal focuses on the many and varied uses of corpora both in linguistics and beyond, publishing articles on the exploitation of corpora, accounts of corpus building, corpus tool construction and corpus annotation schemes. Its three key features are theoretical inclusiveness, interdisciplinarity and disciplines and multilinguality. 2 issues per year o ISSN1749-5032 e-ISSN 1755-1676 o www.eupjournals.com/corJOURNAL

Statistics for Corpus Linguistics

Computer Corpus Lexicography

International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing

How to Do Text Analysis with Java Oliver Mason 2000 o 256pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1407 3 o 27.99SECOND EDITION

Programming for Corpus Linguistics

Editors: Paul Ell, Queens University Belfast & David Bodenhamer, Executive Director at the Polis Center, IUPUI This journal (formerly History and Computing) is a multi-disciplinary, peer reviewed forum demonstrating how advanced information technologies further scholarly understanding of traditional topics in the arts and humanities. The journal covers computing applications, visualisation, digital media, modelling, information architecture, e-science, humanities GIS, web services, e-resources, and e-publications 2 issues per year o ISSN 1753-8548 eISSN 1755-1706 o www.eupjournals.com/ijhac

Tony McEnery & Andrew Wilson 2001 o 256pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1165 2 o 19.99

Corpus Linguistics

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Corpus Linguistics / LanguagesModern Diachronic Corpus-Assisted Discourse StudiesCorpora Volume 5, Number 2Alan Partington, University of Bologna A corpus linguistic study of grammatical developments over time This volume examines diachronic variation using the SiBol corpora, which consist of British broadsheet newspapers from the years 1993 and 2005, to compare the two sets of corpora using techniques such as keyword analyses. 2010 o 128pp Pb o 978 0 7486 4060 7 o 18.99

Irish Sign Language

Lorraine Leeson & John I. Saeed, Trinity College Dublin The first all-inclusive description of an individual variety of sign language As the only book of its kind, this book describes the social and historical background of this signed language and places Irish Sign Language in a world context. Phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics are introduced using examples from the Signs of Ireland corpus, one of the largest digital corpora of signed language in Europe. Key influences discussed include: How cognitive linguistics affects signed language The complexities of iconic representation in signing space The role that simultaneous construction plays in signed languages The grammar of Irish Sign Language The book is illustrated throughout and has a companion DVD with clips from the Signs of Ireland corpus and EAF files. July 2011 o 256pp Hb o 978 0 7486 3352 4 o 65.00

The Edinburgh Companion to the Gaelic Language

Edited by Moray Watson & Michelle Macleod, both University of Aberdeen Places the study of the Gaelic language within the context of modern linguistic research Bringing together a range of perspectives on Scottish Gaelic, this book covers the history of the language, its development in Scotland and Canada, its spelling, syntax and morphology, its modern vocabulary, and the study of its dialects. It also addresses sociolinguistic issues such as identity, perception, language planning and the appearance of the language in literature. 2010 o 376pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 3709 6 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3708 9 o 70.00

International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing Volume 2

Edited by John Nerbonne, Charlotte Gooskens & Rene van Bezooijen, all University of Groningen & Sebastian Krschner, Friedrich-AlexanderUniversitt Erlangen-Nrnberg Computationally explores dialects and social differences in language Examines topics such as how (and how much) linguistic differences impede intelligibility, how national borders accelerate and direct change, how opinion and hearsay shape perceptions of language differences, the role of intonation (melody), the differences between variation in pronunciation and vocabulary, and techniques for recognizing structure in larger collections of linguistic data. 2009 o 268pp o 59 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 4030 0 o 33.99

Romani in Britain

The Afterlife of a Language

Yaron Matras, University of Manchester A case study of the unique speech form Anglo-Romani This empirically-based monograph contributes to three distinct areas of research: studies of language endangerment and death; studies of secret and in-group languages; and mixed language studies. Readers will learn about the history of Romani in Britain, its relations with European Romani, the process of its abandonment as an everyday minority language and attitudes toward the language and language revival among English Gypsies today. 2010 o 256pp o e Hb o 978 0 7486 3904 5 o 65.00www.euppublishing.com 17

Scots LanguagePolitical Discourse and National Identity in Scotland The Edinburgh History of the Scots LanguageCharles Jones WINNER of the Saltire Society Research Book of the Year Award Provides a detailed and technical description of the Scots language 1997 o 608pp Hb o 978 0 7486 0754 9 o 90.00

Scots Language DictionariesA comprehensive range of Scots dictionaries A masterpiece an endless source of entertainment as well as fact. A book for every household in the land. The Scotsman An outstanding achievement. The Herald www.euppublishing.com/series/slds

Murray Stewart Leith, University of the West of Scotland & Daniel P. Soule, Glasgow Caledonian University Addresses issues of national identity and nationalism in Scotland from a political and linguistic perspective This book represents the first comprehensive examination of the discourse involved in the expression of national identity within Scottish politics and society, combining quantitative and discourse analysis methods to illustrate the articulation of national identity by differing groups in different contexts. June 2011 o 192pp Hb o 978 0 7486 3736 2 o 60.00

Perspectives on the Older Scottish TongueEdited by Christian Kay & Margaret Mackay Celebrates the rich diversity of the Scots language and the culture it embodies 2005 o 240pp Pb o 978 0 7486 2281 8 o 29.99

1999 o 820pp Pb o 978 1 902930 01 5 o 24.99 Hb o 978 1 902930 00 8 o 33.99 1999 o 320pp Pb o 978 1 902930 04 6 o 12.99 2005 o 368pp Pb o 978 0 7486 2201 6 o 10.99 1999 o 360pp Pb o 978 1 902930 02 2 o 8.99 1999 o 536pp Pb o 978 1 902930 03 9 o 15.99

Concise Scots Dictionary

Concise English-Scots Dictionary Essential Scots Dictionary Pocket Scots Dictionary Scots Thesaurus

Scottish Newspapers, Language and IdentityFiona M. Douglas, University of Leeds Studies the link between Scottish identity and Scottish language This impressive audit and analysis of the use of Scots in Scottish newspapers both confirms and overturns certain impressionistic notions about the role of the Scots language in journalism. That Douglass study opens up so many potential avenues for future research is testament to the diligence of the author. Scottish Language 2009 o 200pp o e Hb o 978 0 7486 2437 9 o 55.00

Language and Scottish LiteratureJohn Corbett A practical introduction to ways of using theories of language to explore Scottish literature 1997 o 288pp Pb o 978 0 7486 3283 1 o 25.99

The Edinburgh Companion to Scots

Edited by John Corbett, J. Derrick McClure & Jane Stuart-Smith An introduction to the study of older and present-day Scots language 2003 o 320pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1596 4 o 27.99

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Arabic Language & LinguisticsMedia PersianDominic Parviz Brookshaw, University of Manchester Ready-made lists of key terms in media Persian for translating both from and into Persian It features terms grouped in thematic sections; easy-to-learn lists to test translation; an audio CD to help you check your pronunciation; web-based flashcards; and an index. Essential Middle Eastern Vocabularies April 2011 o 128pp Pb o 978 0 7486 4100 0 o 12.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 4101 7 o 50.00 Julia Ashtiany Bray 1993 o 168pp Pb o 978 0 7486 0367 1 o 27.99 Sheila S. Blair Winner of the British-Kuwait Friendship Society prize 2007 2006 o 720pp 150 colour illustrations o 100 b&w illustrations Pb o 978 0 7486 3540 5 o 50.00 Hb o 978 0 7486 1212 3 o 155.00 Elisabeth Kendall 2005 o 90pp Pb o 978 0 7486 2150 7 o 11.99

Media Arabic

John Mace 2008 o 104pp Pb o 978 0 7486 3339 5 o 11.99

Business Arabic: An Essential Vocabulary

Islamic Calligraphy

Solomon I. Sara 2007 o 200pp Hb o 978 0 7486 2795 0 o 110.00 Yasir Suleiman 2002 o 288pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1707 4 o 27.99

Sbawayh on imlah (Inclination)

The Arabic Language and National Identity

Media Arabic: An Essential Vocabulary

How to Write in Arabic

El Mustapha Lahlali, University of Leeds Designed to help learners of Arabic at an intermediate level develop and refine their writing skills, How to Write in Arabic, focuses on the structure of Arabic sentences and paragraphs. It provides a variety of phrases and idiomatic expressions that can be used in writing and places an emphasis on writing in different genres, including literary and media texts. Learners are also introduced to cultural aspects such as writing and responding to different types of letters. 2009 o 200pp Pb o 978 0 7486 3588 7 o 19.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3587 0 o 65.00

El Mustapha Lahlali 2008 o 304pp Pb o 978 0 7486 3273 2 o 24.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3272 5 o 70.00

Advanced Media Arabic

Yasir Suleiman 1999 o 288pp Hb o 978 0 7486 0697 9 o 70.00 Kees Versteegh 2001 o 288pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1436 3 o 24.99

The Arabic Grammatical Tradition

The Arabic Language

Arabic GrammarJohn Mace 1998 o 192pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1079 2 o 32.99A Reference Guide

Arabic TodayJohn Mace 2008 o 368pp Pb o 978 0 7486 3558 0 o 27.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 3557 3 o 95.00A Student, Business and Professional Course



ReferenceThe Linguistics Students HandbookLaurie Bauer, Victoria University of Wellington A compendium of useful things for linguistics students to know I will be strongly recommending this book to students, and I am sorry it did not exist when I was a student. I have yet to refer to this book in the classroom, but I am very pleased that it exists, and I expect it to be a useful addition to every linguistics students bookshelf. Nordic Journal of Linguistics 2007 o 400pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2759 2 o 17.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2758 5 o 65.00 Christine Robinson 2003 o 252pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1544 5 o 14.99 Alan Davies 2005 o 152pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 1854 5 o 12.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2294 8 o 65.00 Vyvyan Evans 2007 o 256pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2280 1 o 14.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2279 5 o 55.00 Paul Baker 2006 o 192pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2018 0 o 12.99 Geoffrey Leech 2006 o 144pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 1729 6 o 12.99

Get Set for English Language

Laurie Bauer 2004 o 144pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1853 8 o 12.99 Philip Carr 2008 o 216pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2234 4 o 12.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2404 1 o 50.00

A Glossary of Morphology

A Glossary of Applied Linguistics

A Glossary of Phonology

A Glossary of Cognitive Linguistics

A Glossary of Semantics and PragmaticsAlan Cruse 2006 o 208pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2111 8 o 12.99 Peter Trudgill 2003 o 160pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1623 7 o 14.99

A Dictionary of Sociolinguistics

A Glossary of Corpus Linguistics

A Glossary of Sociolinguistics

Joan Swann, Open University, Ana Deumert, University of Cape Town, Theresa Lillis, Open University & Rajend Mesthrie, University of Cape Town A valuable resource for students and teachers of sociolinguistics Engrossing, enlightening, fascinating, instructive and impeccably scholarly while reader-friendly throughout, this is an exceptionally valuable contribution to the literature of sociolinguistics that amply merits inclusion in all academic, reference, and school libraries. Anyone with an interest in languages and linguistics will find in this competent and thoughtful dictoinary an accessible point de depart in exploring a complex discipline. Hats off! Reference Reviews 2004 o 384pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1691 6 o 22.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 1690 9 o 80.0020 20 Language & Linguistics

A Glossary of English Grammar

Lyle Campbell 2007 o 248pp o e Pb o 978 0 7486 2379 2 o 12.99 Hb o 978 0 7486 2378 5 o 55.00 Jean Aitchison 2003 o 140pp Pb o 978 0 7486 1824 8 o 12.99

A Glossary of Historical Linguistics

A Glossary of Language and Mind

Author/Editor IndexAbercrombie, David Ackema, Peter Aijmer, Karin Aitchison, Jean Alcorn, Rhona Anderson, Bridget L. Aronin, Larissa Ashtiany Bray, Julia Asprey, Esther Aston, Guy Atkinson, David Atkinson, Karen Backley, Phillip Baker, Paul Baker, Tony Barber, Charles Bargiela-Chiappini, Francesca Barnbrook, Geoffrey Bassiouney, Reem Bauer, Laurie Beal, Joan Benwell, Bethan Black, Elizabeth Blair, Sheila Block, David Brookshaw, Dominic Burbano-Elizondo, Lourdes Burnard, Lou Campbell, Lyle Carl, Jenny Carr, Philip Carstairs-McCarthy, Andrew Chan, Brian H. S. Chapman, Siobhan Chouliaraki, Lilie Christie, Christine Clark, Urszula Clarke, Sandra Corbett, John Corrigan, Karen P. Cruse, Alan 14 3 13 20 8 6 11 19 6 16 7 7 14 5, 20 16 7 10 16 7 4, 9, 20 6, 8 10 12 19 12 19 6 16 4, 20 7 20 9 6 15 10 13 6 6 18 6 20 Cummings, Louise Cusack, Bridget Dabrowska, Ewa Davies, Alan Daylight, Russell de Cillia, Rudolf Deterding, David Deumert, Ana Douglas, Fiona Evans, Vyvyan Fbregas, Antonio Fairclough, Norman Ferguson, Gibson Gavins, Joanna Georgakopoulou, Alexandra Giegerich, Heinz Gillespie, Stuart Goldring, Elizabeth Gooskens, Charlotte Gordon, Elizabeth Goutsos, Dionysis Green, Melanie Griffiths, Patrick Hammarberg, Bjrn Hardie, Andrew Harris, Roy Harris, Sandra Hay, Jennifer Hogg, Richard Holme, Randal Horobin, Simon Hutton, Chris Jessner, Ulrike Johnson, Wyn Jones, Charles Joseph, John E. Kallen, Jeff Kay, Christian Kendall, Elisabeth Kerswill, Paul Kiesling, Scott F. 4, 13 7 9, 15 12, 20 15 10 6 3, 20 18 4, 20 3 10 12 10 10 4, 8 13 19 17 6 10 4 9 11 20 15 10 6 8 13 9 13 11 14 18 12 6 18 19 5 5 Krschner, Sebastian Lahlali, El Mustapha Leap, William Leech, Geoffrey Leith, Murray Liebhart, Karin Lillis, Theresa Lindquist, Hans Llamas, Carmen Lodge, Ken Los, Bettelou Lynch, Brian K. Mace, John Mackay, Margaret Maclagan, Margaret A. Macleod, Michelle Malmkjaer, Kirsten Mrquez Reiter, Rosina Mason, Oliver Matras, Yaron McClure, J. Derrick McEnery, Tony McGrath, Ian McMahon, April Mesthrie, Rajend Millar, Robert McColl Miller, Jim Mitchell, Keith Mixco, Mauricio J. Morton, Katherine Nerbonne, John Nevalainen, Terttu Laoire, Muiris Oakes, Michael Ogden, Richard OHalloran, Kieran Ooi, Vincent B. Y. Ota, Mitsuhiko Parkinson, Brian Partington, Alan Piller, Ingrid 17 19 3 20 18 10 5, 20 9 6, 7 14 9 12 11, 19 18 6 17 12 10 16 17 18 16, 20 12 6, 9 3, 20 6, 9 9 12 20 14 17 9 11 16 8 10 16 3 12 17 10, 18 Pingali, Sailaja Rayson, Paul Reid Thomas, Helen Reimers, Paula Reisigl, Martin Robinson, Christine Routledge, Christopher Routledge, Christopher Sara, Solomon I. Scalise, Sergio Schleef, Erik Scottish Language Dictionaries Setter, Jane Smith, Jeremy Soule, Daniel Stevenson, Patrick Stockwell, Peter Stokoe, Elizabeth Stuart-Smith, Jane Stump, Greg Suleiman, Yasir Swann, Joan Talbot, Mary Tatham, Mark Thomason, Sarah G. Tieken-Boon van Ostade, Ingrid Trask, R. L. Trousdale, Graeme Trudgill, Peter Underhill, James van Bezooijen, Rene Versteegh, Kees Watson, Kevin Watson, Moray Watt, Dominic Weisser, Martin Wilson, Andrew Wodak, Ruth Wong, Cathy S. P. 6 16 12 14 10 20 15 15 19 3 12 18 6 9 18 7 10 10 18 4 19 3, 5, 20 7 14 7 8 7 8 7, 20 15 17 19 5 17 7 3 16 10 6



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