Welsh English(es) – biblio

Bibliography of Welsh English:

Collée, K. E. (2016) Gemination in Northern Welsh English. BA thesis, Utrecht University.

Conolly, John, H. (1981) “On the segmental phonology of a South Welsh accent of English”. In Journal of the International Phonetic Association. Vol 11 (2). 51-61.

Coupland, Nikolas. (1980). “Style-shifting in Cardiff English work-setting”. In Language and Society. Vol. 9 (1). 1-12.

Dodd, A. H. (1941) “Welsh and English in East Denbighshire”. In A Historical Retrospect. London: Trans. Cymmrodorion.

Ferragne, Emmanuel, and François Pellegrino. () “A comparative account of the suprasegmental and rhythmic features of British English dialects”. 

Ferragne, Emmanuel. (2010) “Formant frequencies of vowels in 13 accents of the British Isles”. In Journal of the International Phonetic Association. Vol. 40 (1). 1-34.

Davies, Christie. (2006) “Comic Welsh English in Shakespeare”. In Humor: International Journal of Humor Research. May. Vol. 19 (2). 189-200.

Edwards, John. (2003) Talk Tidy: The art of speaking Wenglish. Creigiau: Tidyprint Publications.

German, Gary D. (1996) Étude sociolinguistique de l’anglais du Pays de Galles. Calais: Université du Littoral.

German, Gary D. (2007) “Two Early Examples of Welsh English as a Marker of National Identity: Ieuan ap Hywel Swrdwal’s Hymn to the Virgin and Shakespeare’s Fluellen. In Pays de Galles : quelle(s) image(s) ? / What Visibility for Wales?. 23-38. <http://hal.univ-brest.fr/docs/00/47/44/20/PDF/German_PDGalles_.pdf>

German, Gary D. (2000) “L’analyse phonétique de trois poèmes anglogallois du 15e siècle : l’orthographe galloise comme indice pour la prononciation de l’anglais moderne primitif, le système vocalique”. In Bulletin des Anglicistes Médiévistes: 57, Printemps. Paris: Bulletin de l’Association des Médiévistes Anglicistes de l’Enseignement Supérieur. 1-21.

German, Gary D. (2000) “L’analyse phonétique de trois poèmes anglogallois du 15e siècle : l’orthographe galloise comme indice pour la prononciation de l’anglais moderne primitif, le système consonantique”. In Bulletin des Anglicistes Médiévistes: 58, Automne. Paris: Bulletin de l’Association des Médiévistes Anglicistes de l’Enseignement Supérieur. 65-81.

Heinecke, Johannes. () “The temporal and aspectual system of English and Welsh”. In The Celtic Englishes III. Ed. Hildegard L. C. Tristram. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag C. Winter.

Hejná, Míša. (2015) Pre-aspiration in Welsh English: A Case Study of Aberystwyth. PhD thesis, University of Manchester.

Hejná,Míša. (2016). “Multiplicity of the acoustic correlates of the fortis-lenis contrast: plosives in Aberystwyth English”. Interspeech 2016, San Francisco. 3147-51.

James, Allan R. (1991) “English in Wales”. In Language and Society. Vol. 20 (2). 285-289.

Jatteau, Adèle, and Míša Hejná. (2016) “Dissimilation can be gradient: evidence from Aberystwyth English”. Papers in Historical Phonology 1: 359-86.

Kolísková, Bára. (2016) Výskyt prvku HW ve velšské angličtině [The Occurrence of the HW Element in Welsh English]. MA thesis, Charles University in Prague. [written in Czech]

Laker, Stephen. (2002) “An explanation for the changes kw-hw- Xw– in the English dialects”. In The Celtic Roots of English. Eds. Markku Filppula, Juhani Klemola, Heli Pitkänen. Joensuu: University of Joensuu. 183-198.

Levey, Stephen. (2010) “Varieties of English. Vol. 1:  The British Isles”. In English World-Wide, 31, 1. 83-89.

Lewis, D. (1882) “The Welshmen of English Literature”. London: Honourable Society of the Commorodorion. 224-260.

Lewis, Windsor J. (1964) “Specimen of Cardiff English. In Maître Phonétique 121. 6-7.

Lindsay, Cora F. (1993) “Welsh and English in the City of Bangor: A Study in Functional Differentiation”. In Language and Society. Mar. Vol.  22 (1). 1-17.

Mathias, Roland. (1973) “The Welsh Language and the English Language”. In The Welsh Language Today. Ed. Meic Stephens. Llandysul: Gomer Press. 32-63.

Mayr, Robert. (2010) “What exactly is a front rounded vowel? An acoustic and articulatory investigation of the nurse vowel in South Wales English”. In Journal of the International Phonetic Association. Vol. 40 (1). 93-112.

Mees, Inger M. (1977) Language and social class in Cardiff. Thesis, University of Leiden.

Mees, Inger M., and Beverley Collins. (1999) “Cardiff: a real-time study of glottalization”. In Urban Voices: Accent Studies in the British Isles. Eds. Paul Foulkes and Gerard Docherty. Arnold: London. 185-202.

Morris, J. (2013) Sociolinguistic variation and regional minority language bilingualism: an investigation of Welsh-English bilinguals in North Wales. PhD thesis, University of Manchester.

Morris, J. (2010) “Phonetic variation in Northern Wales: preaspiration”. In Proceedings from the Second Summer School of Sociolinguistics. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh.

Parry, David. (1964) Studies in the linguistic geography of Radnorshire, Breconshire, Monmouthshire and Glamorganshire. MA thesis, University of Leeds.

Parry, David. (1967) “Some features of Gower dialects”. In The Anglo-Welsh Review 16: 38. 130-135.

Parry, David. (1971) “Newport English”. In Anglo-Welsh Review 19.44. 228-233.

Parry, David. (1972) “Anglo-Welsh dialects in South-East Wales”. In Patterns in the Folk Speech of the British Isles. Ed. M. F. Wakelin. London: Athlone Press. 140-163.

Parry, David. (1977) The Survey of Anglo-Welsh Dialects. Volume 1: The South-East. Swansea: University College.

Parry, David. (1979) The Survey of Anglo-Welsh Dialects. Volume 2: The South-West. Swansea: University College.

Parry, David. (1999) A Grammar and Glossary of the Conservative Anglo-Welsh Dialects of Rural Wales. Sheffield: NATCECT Occasional Publications. [There is some information on pronunciation too.]

Paulasto, Heli. (2006) Welsh English Syntax: Contact and Variation. Joennsu: Joennsu University Press. Online version here.

Penhallurick, R. J. (1985) “Fieldwork for the Survey of Anglo-Welsh Dialects: North Wales 1980-81”. In Focus On: England and Wales. Ed. Wolfgang Viereck. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 223-33.

Penhallurick, R. J. (1994) Gowerland and Its Language: History of the English Speech of the Gower Peninsula, South Wales. Peter Lang.

Penhallurick, R. J. (1991) Anglo-Welsh Dialects of North Wales: A Survey of Conservative Rural Spoken English in the Counties of Gwynedd and Clwyd. Peter Lang.

Penhallurick, R. J. (1985) “Welsh English: A National Language?”. In Dialectologia et Geolinguistica. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 28-46.

Pilch, H. (1957) “Le bilinguisme au Pays de Galles”. In I. Ed. Martinet. 223-241.

Thomas, Alan. (1983) “The English language in Wales”. In English around the world. Ed. Y. Matsumura. Tokyo: Kenkyusga. 137-193.

Thomas, Alan. (1984) “Welsh English”. In Language in the British Isles. Ed. Peter Trudgill. Cambridge: CUP.

Thomas, Alan. (1985) “Welsh English: A grammatical conspectus”. In Focus on: England and Wales. Ed. Wolfgang Viereck. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company. 213-222.

Tolkien, J. R. R. (1963) “English and Welsh”. In Angles and Britons. Cardiff: University of Wales Press. 1-41.

Tristram, Hildegard L. C. (2002) “The politics of language: Links between Modern Welsh and English”. In Of dyuersitie & chaunge of langage. Essays Presented to Manfred Görlach on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday. Eds. Katja Lenz and Ruth Mölig. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag C. Winter. 257-275.

Viereck, Wolfgang, Karin Viereck, Heinrich Ramisch. (2002, 2004) “Wales”. Part of Encyklopedický atlas anglického jazyka. Orig. Atlas Englische Sprache. Trans. Marek Nekula, Andrea Malá. Brno: Nakladatelství lidové noviny. 108-113.

Walters, J. Roderick. (1999) A Study of the Segmental and Suprasegmental Phonology of Rhondda Valleys English. PhD thesis, University of Glamorgan.

Walters, J. Roderick. (2003) “On the Intonation of a South Wales Valleys accent of English”. In Journal of the International Phonetic Association. Vol. 33 (2). 211-238.

Webb, Kelly. (2011) “The Realisation of Stress in Welsh English”. In International Congress of Phonetic Sciences XVII.

Wells, J. C. (1970) “Local accents in England and Wales”. In Journal of Linguistics 6. 231-252.

Wells, J. C. (1982) “Wales”. Chapter 5.1. in Accents of English 2. Cambridge: CUP.

Williams, Malcolm. (1998) “The Pragmatics of Predicate Fronting in Welsh English”. In The Celtic Englishes II. Ed. Hildegard L. C. Tristram. Heidelburg: Universitätsverlag C. Winter. 212-230. 

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  1. I would be grateful for any tips so that the bibliography is as complete as possible! / Byla bych vděčná za jakékoli tipy, aby tato bibliografie byla co možná nejúplnější!


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