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SCOTTISH LANGUAGE

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Edited by: Robert McColl Millar (University of Aberdeen)


 
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  • Every year, Scottish Language publishes the best, latest research on Scotland’s languages and linguistics. From place-name study to medieval poetry to language in the modern media, Scottish Language is the foremost publication in this field.

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    Editorial Board:

    • John Corbett
    • Wilhelm F.H. Nicolaisen,
    • Colm Ó Baoill
    • Doreen Waugh

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    Robert McColl Millar
    School of Language & Literature
    University of Aberdeen
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    Articles published in Scottish Language:

    Vol. Date
    Title Author

    31/32

    2012/
    2013

    Gaelic-English bilingual children’s aspectual awareness: grammaticality judgements of English stative-progressives

    Elina Hällström

    31/32

    2012/
    2013

    ‘I’ll cross dat brig whin I come til him’: grammatical gender in the Orkney and Shetland dialects of Scots

    Ragnhild Ljosland

    31/32

    2012/
    2013

    Brose, Atholl Brose, Spurtle and Thivel

    William Sayers

    31/32

    2012/
    2013

    The Thistle and the Words: Scotland in Late Modern English lexicography

    Marina Dossena

    31/32

    2012/
    2013

    An examination of the use of language in three intercultural team projects in a Scottish university

    Liz Macdougall

    31/32

    2012/
    2013

    The emergence of Scottish Standard English and the role of Second Earl Fife

    Janet Cruickshank

    31/32

    2012/
    2013

    Insular languages, global ideologies: the ideologies of a British, Scottish, Northern Island community

    Alexander Thomson

    31/32

    2012/
    2013

    Review: The Edinburgh Companion to the Gaelic Language, Moray Watson and Michelle MacLeod (eds)

    William Gillies

    31/32

    2012/
    2013

    Review: TA Guide to Scots Bird Names, second edition, by Robin Jackson

    Robert McColl Millar

    30

    2011

    Latin and Scots versions of medieval burgh laws (Leges Quator Burgorum)

    Joanna Kopaczyk

    30

    2011

    Scots and English in Hamilton’s Catechism

    Alasdair A. MacDonald

    30

    2011

    Terms for fish in the dialects of Scotland’s east coast fishing communities: evidence for lexical attrition

    Robert McColl Millar, William Barras and Lisa Bonnici

    30

    2011

    Review: Jeremy L. Smith, Older Scots: A Linguistic Reader

    J. Derrick McClure

    30

    2011

    Review: Anita Nihtinen, Ambivalent Self-Understanding? Change, Language and Boundaries in the Shetland Islands (1970–Present)

    Kerry Karam

    30

    2011

    Review: Iseabail Macleod and J. Derrick McClure, Scotland in Definition: A History of Scottish Dictionaries

    Robert McColl Millar

    30

    2011

    Review: Susan Rennie, Jamieson’s Dictionary of Scots: The Story of the First Historical Dictionary of the Scots Language

    Robert McColl Millar

    29

    2010

    Notes on some cruces in Middle Scots poetry: Henryson’s Bawdronis, Dart Oxin and Bacis, Dunbar’s Strenever and Wallidrag, Gavin Douglas’s Lundeys Lufe, Threte and Treilȝeis

    Andrew Breeze

    29

    2010

    The death of Orkney Norn and the genesis of Orkney Scots

    Robert McColl Millar

    29

    2010

    ‘This unique dialect’: the profile of Shetland dialect in a typology of World Englishes

    Gunnel Melchers

    29

    2010

    Dialect in the modern languages classroom: a bidialectal approach

    Shane Strachan

    29

    2010

    A Scottish trace in Russian toponymy: two Russian place-names revisited

    Alexander Pavlenko

    29

    2010

    Pernickety

    William Sayers

    29

    2010

    Review: Keith Hamnett, The Plight of Three Celtic Languages – Welsh, Irish and Gaelic

    Michelle MacLeod

    29

    2010

    Review: A and A Christie-Johnston, Shetland Words: A Dictionary of the Shetland Dialect

    Doreen Waugh

    28

    2009

    Language history as charter myth? Scots and the (re)invention of Scotland

    James Costa

    28

    2009

    Notes on some Scottish words and phrases: Mugdock, ploddeil, hallock, ‘dery dan’, ‘carlingis pet’

    Andrew Breeze

    28

    2009

    A study of attitudes of Scottish Secondary pupils and teachers towards Scots lexical and grammatical terms

    Wojciech Gardela

    28

    2009

    Insular Scots front vowels in Westray, Orkney

    Meredith Tamminga

    28

    2009

    A comparison of the language situations of Bavarian and Scots

    Barbara Loester

    28

    2009

    Review: Evan Gottlieb and Ian Duncan (eds), Approaches to Teaching Scott’s Waverley Novels

    John Corbett

    28

    2009

    Review: Fiona Douglas, Scottish Newspapers, Language and Identity

    Stuart Kelly

    28

    2009

    Review: Markku Filppula, Juhani Klemola and Heli Paulasto, English and Celtic in Contact

    Andrew Breeze

    28

    2009

    Review: Simon Taylor (ed), The Journal of Scottish Name Studies vol 3, 2009

    Alison Grant

    27

    2008

    ‘Many strange and peculiar affairs’: Description, Narration and Evaluation in Scottish Emigrants’ Letters of the 19th Century

    Marina Dossena

    27

    2008

    The Scottish Corpus of Texts and Speech – A User’s Guide

    Wendy Anderson and John Corbett

    27

    2008

    Some Gaelic Etymologies for Scots Words: Drubly, Blad, Gilravage and Gaberlunzie

    Andrew Breeze

    27

    2008

    The Gaelic of Stirlingshire

    Seumas Grannd

    27

    2008

    Telleyr, Anguen, Gulath, and the Life of St Kentigern

    Andrew Breeze

    27

    2008

    The ongoing influence of Lowland Scots, Irish and Ulster English on the developing varieties of Ulster Scots

    James Hale

    27

    2008

    Review: Susanne Kries, ed., Skandinavisch-schottische Sprachbeziehungen im Mittelalter. Der altnordische Lehneinfluss

    Göran Wolf

    27

    2008

    Review: Alasdair MacCallum, Reversing Language Shift: the Social Identity and Role of Scottish Gaelic Learners

    Kenneth MacKinnon

    27

    2008

    Review: William Lamb, Scottish Gaelic Speech and Writing: Register variation in an endangered language

    Siobnán Ní Laoire

    26

    2007

    Place-names and the Scots Language: The Marches of Lexical and Onomastic Research

    Maggie Scott

    26

    2007

    The Etymology and Meanings of Eldritch

    Alaric Hall

    26

    2007

    A Gaelic Etymology for Dyvour ‘Debtor’ (a note)

    Andrew Breeze

    26

    2007

    One More East Slavic Parallel for the Language Situation in the Lowlands

    Alexander Pavlenko

    26

    2007

    Public Policy and Scots in Northern Ireland

    Gavin Falconer

    26

    2007

    Migration, Family and Education in Gaelic Policy Perspective

    Kenneth MacKinnon

    26

    2007

    Measuring Gaelic Language Planning

    Michelle MacLeod

    26

    2007

    Some Scottish Names, including Vacomagi, Boresti, Iudanbyrig, Aberlessic and Dubuice

    Andrew Breeze

    26

    2007

    Review: Robert McColl Millar, Dialects of English: Northern and Insular Scots

    Doreen Waugh

    26

    2007

    Review: Wilson McLeod, James E. Fraser and Anja Gunderloch (eds.), Cànan & Cultar / Language & Culture: Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig 3

    Colm Ó Baoill

    26

    2007

    Review: Wilson McLeod (ed.), Revitalising Gaelic in Scotland – Policy, Planning and Public Discourse

    Michel Byrne

    25

    2006

    The Ausbau of Present-Day Scots

    Holger Schmitt

    25

    2006

    Anglo-English Influences on Scottish Standard English Speakers: Trap/Bath/Palm/Start and Lot/Cloth/Thought/North/ Force

    P. Carr and I. Brulard

    25

    2006

    Smoking, Drinking, Dancing and Singing on the High Seas: Steamships and the uses of Smùid in Scottish Gaelic

    Donald E. Meek

    25

    2006

    Three Celtic Names: Venicones, Tuesis and Soutra

    Andrew Breeze

    25

    2006

    Review Article: Caroline Macafee (ed.), A. Jack Aitken, Older Scottish Vowels

    Paul A. Johnston, Jr.

    25

    2006

    Review: Iseabail Macleod and Pauline Cairns (eds.), The Essential Scots Dictionary: Scots-English–English-Scots

    Marina Dossena

    25

    2006

    Review: Christian J. Kay and Margaret A. Mackay (eds.), Perspectives on the Older Scottish Tongue

    Yuko Yoneyama

    25

    2006

    Review: Danielle A.V. Löw-Wiebach, Language Attitudes and Language Use in Pitmedden (Aberdeenshire)

    Robert Millar

    25

    2006

    Review: Piotr Stalmaszczyk, Celtic Presence: Irish, Scottish Gaelic and Cornish

    Niall O’Gallagher

    24

    2005

    Onomasiological Variation and Change in the Older Scots Vocabulary of Marriage

    Javier E. Díaz Vera

    24

    2005

    Sched Apon the Rude? Reflections on Scots and Religion

    Gavin Falconer

    24

    2005

    The Distinctiveness of the Doric: Home-Grown or Imported?

    Marjorie Lorvik

    24

    2005

    Ptolemy’s Taexali, Caelis, Loxa and Eitis

    Javier E. Díaz Vera

    24

    2005

    Review: Bill Findlay (ed.), Frae Ither Tongues: Essays on Modern Translations into Scots

    Tom Hubbard

    24

    2005

    Review: Klaske van Leyden, Prosodic Characteristics of Orkney and Shetland Dialects: An Experimental Approach

    Dominic Watt

    24

    2005

    Review: Garret Fitzgerald, Irish-Speaking in the Pre-Famine Period: a study based on the 1911 census data for people born before 1851 and still alive in 1911

    Kenneth MacKinnon

    24

    2005

    Review: Royal Irish Academy, Corpas Na Gaeilge 1600–1882: Foclóir na Nua-Ghaeilge: The Irish Language Corpus

    Colm Ó Baoill

    23

    2004

    ‘The Auld Warld is By Wi’: W.L. Lorimer’s The New Testament in Scots

    George Bruce

    23

    2004

    Middle Scots as an Emerging Standard and Why It Did Not Make It

    Joanna Bugaj

    23

    2004

    The Genitive in Ane Resonyng of Ane Scottis and Inglis Merchand betuix Rowand and Lionis

    Nieves Rodríguez Ledesma

    23

    2004

    Some Celtic Place-Names of Scotland: Ptolemy’s Verubium Promontorium, Bede’s Urbs Giudi, Mendick, Minto and Panlathy

    Andrew Breeze

    23

    2004

    The Challenge of Corpus Planning in Gaelic Development

    Wilson McLeod

    23

    2004

    A Wee Keek at Scottish Rhyming Slang

    Antonio Lillo

    23

    2004

    A Gaelic Etymology for Camstairy in Guy Mannering

    Andrew Breeze

    23

    2004

    Review: John M. Kirk and Dónall P. Ó Baoill (eds.), Language Planning and Education: Linguistic Issues in Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, and Scotland

    Barbara Bird

    23

    2004

    Review: John M. Kirk and Dónall P. Ó Baoill (eds.), Towards our Goals in Broadcasting, the Press, the Performing Arts and the Economy: Minority Languages in Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, and Scotland

    J.M.Y. Simpson
    (Number 22 of Scottish Language is a selection of papers presented at the Tenth International Conference on Scottish Language and Literature of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Rolduc 13-19 July 2002)

    22

    2003

    ‘Mony notabill narratioun’: Scots Language Research, a Resource for the Study of Folklore, Literature and History

    Margaret A. MacKay

    22

    2003

    Latin and French in Gilbert Hay’s Prose Works

    Jonathan A. Glenn

    22

    2003

    Early Scottish Internationalism through Translation

    Tom Hubbard

    22

    2003

    Middle Scots Prosody: Theory or Pragmatism?

    J. Derrick McClure

    22

    2003

    Counsel in The Wallace: Pragmatic Observations on Advice in a Fifteenth-Century Scottish Poem

    Inge B. Milfull

    22

    2003

    Review: Annette I. Hagan, Urban Scots Dialect Writing

    J. Derrick McClure

    22

    2003

    Review: Richard A. V. Cox, The Gaelic Place-Names of Carloway, Isle of Lewis: Their Structure and Significance

    Anke-Beate Stahl

    22

    2003

    Review: CELTICA, volume XXIV: In Memory of Brian Ó Cuív, ed. Malachy McKenna and Fergus Kelly

    Colm Ó Baoill

    21

    2002

    The Role of Scots Lexis in Scottish Newspapers

    Fiona M. Douglas

    21

    2002

    Some Common and Distinctive Extra-Linguistic Features in the Histories of Scots and Ukrainian

    A. Pavlenko

    21

    2002

    Some Celtic Place-Names of Scotland, including Tain, Cadzow, Cockleroy and Prenderguest

    Andrew Breeze

    21

    2002

    ’N Linnet Mór: A Window on Language and Community in 18th Century Easter Ross

    Seosamh Watson

    21

    2002

    Scottish Gaelic Caismeachd, Irish Caismirt, and the Emergence of Cadenced Marching

    Niall MacKenzie

    21

    2002

    Review: Alan MacGillivray (ed.), Teaching Scottish Literature: curriculum and classroom applications

    Manfred Görlach

    21

    2002

    Review: John M. Kirk and Dónall P. Ó Baoill (eds.), Belfast Studies in Language, Culture and Politics

    Donald MacAulay

    20

    2001

    Spatio-Temporal Aspects of Older Scots Texts

    Keith Williamson

    20

    2001

    Women as Informants in the Reconstruction of Geographically and Socioculturally Conditioned Language Variation and Change in 16th and 17th Century Scots

    Anneli Meurman-Solin

    20

    2001

    ‘For the Aduancement of the Commoun Weilth’: Hypotheses in Scots Scientific Discourse of the 16th and 17th Centuries. A Preliminary Investigation

    Marina Dossena

    20

    2001

    Alliteration in The Wallace

    Inge Milfull

    20

    2001

    The Quha Problem in William Dunbar’s Quha Will Behald of Luve the Chance

    Regina Scheibe

    20

    2001

    Language and Style in The Complaynt of Scotland

    Klaus Bitterling

    20

    2001

    Review: Seumas Grannd, The Gaelic of Islay. A Comparative Study

    Cathair Ó Dochartaigh

    19

    2000

    The Demography of Scots: The Lessons of the Census Campaign

    Caroline Macafee

    19

    2000

    Taming Volume III of the Linguistic Atlas of Scotland

    Paul Johnston, Jr

    19

    2000

    The Demonstrative Pronouns in the North-East: An Introductory Discussion

    Sandra Mhairi McRae

    19

    2000

    Some Characteristics of the Shetlandic Vowel System

    John M Tait

    19

    2000

    Official Gaelic: Problems in the Translation of Public Documents

    Wilson McLeod

    19

    2000

    Some Celtic Place-Names of Scotland including Arran, Carmunnock, Gogar and Water of May

    Andrew Breeze

    18

    1999

    Scots as a European Language 1500-1700

    Dauvit Horsbroch

    18

    1999

    The Present Participle in Middle Scots

    Ute Dons and Lilo Moessner

    18

    1999

    Some Celtic Place-Names of Scotland

    Andrew Breeze

    18

    1999

    Images of Language in Advertising in Scotland

    Roz Smith

    18

    1999

    Language, Dialect or Accent?

    Attila Dósa

    18

    1999

    The Interface between Haiku and Other Poetry

    David Purves
    (Number 17 of Scottish Language is a selection of papers presented at the Fifth International Conference on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster, Aberdeen 1-5 August 1997)

    17

    1998

    DOST towards the Millenium

    Marace Dareau

    17

    1998

    Scots Dictionaries Present and Future

    Isiabail Macleod

    17

    1998

    Sir James Wilson and his Commonsense Approach to the Scots Language

    Sheila Douglas

    17

    1998

    Diminutives in Scottish Standard English

    Marina Dossena

    17

    1998

    Settlement Names in the South-West: Dumfries and Galloway

    Doreen J. Waugh

    17

    1998

    Gaelic in Family, Work and Community domains

    Kenneth MacKinnon

    17

    1998

    Tokenism in Gaelic: the Language of Appeasement

    Richard A.V. Cox

    17

    1998

    Verbal Aspect in the Scots and English of Ulster

    John M. Kirk and Georgina Millar

    17

    1998

    The Endurance of Scots in the United States

    Anne Marie Hamilton

    17

    1998

    Some Influences on the Gaelic of Cape Breton

    Seamus Grannd

    16

    1997

    The Pioneers of Anglicised Speech in Scotland: a second look

    A. J. Aitken

    16

    1997

    Periphrastic do in The Complyant of Scotland and Ane Resonyng of ane Scottis and Enlish Merchand

    M. Nieves Rodriguez Ledesma

    16

    1997

    Alexander Hume: Of the Orthographie and Conguitie of the Britan Tongue

    Veronika Kniezsa

    16

    1997

    The Duke’s English: The Language of the Hamilton Papers

    Hans Peters

    16

    1997

    Irish References in Early Scottish Gaelic Grammars: A Typological Parallel

    Alexander Falileyev

    16

    1997

    MacDiarmid’s Use of Scots: Synthetic or Natural?

    David Purves

    16

    1997

    The Origin of the Be-Perfect with Transitives in the Shetland Dialect

    Alexander Pavlenko

    16

    1997

    Etymological Notes on Kirkcaldy, Jocteleg ‘Knife’, Kiaugh ‘Trouble’, Striffen ‘Membrane’ and Cow ‘Hobgolin’

    Andrew Breeze

    14/15

    1995/96

    Shibboleths of the Scots

    Colin Milton

    14/15

    1995/96

    In Praise of William J. Watson (1865–1948): Celtic Place-Name Scholar

    W.F.H. Nicolaisen

    14/15

    1995/96

    Aoidhmin Mac Gréagóir – A Little-known Gaelic Scholar

    Ciarán Ó Duibhinn

    14/15

    1995/96

    Central Western Gaelic Dialect

    Anthony Dilworth

    14/15

    1995/96

    The Lexical Geography of the Western Isles

    Seumas Grannd

    14/15

    1995/96

    Remarkably Common Eloquence: The Aesthetics of Urban Dialect

    Ronald MacAulay

    14/15

    1995/96

    The language of Perthshire Travellers

    Sheila Douglas

    14/15

    1995/96

    Gaelic: An Exploration of the Interplay of Sociolinguistic Factors

    Morag M. McNeill

    14/15

    1995/96

    Gaelic and ‘The Other Languages’ of Scotland

    Kenneth MacKinnon

    14/15

    1995/96

    Ethnic Minority Languages in Scotland

    Mahendra K. Verma

    14/15

    1995/96

    Marketing a Second Language: The Case of Scottish Gaelic in Ontario

    Kara Smith

    14/15

    1995/96

    Scots: Matters of Identity and Nationalism

    Kim J.M.Hardie

    14/15

    1995/96

    The Local Press: What’s in it for You?

    Roz Smith

    14/15

    1995/96

    The Development of Eclipsis in Gaelic

    Roibeard Maolalaigh

    14/15

    1995/96

    The Phonology of Scottish Gaelic Loanwords in Lowland Scots

    Dóra Pödör

    14/15

    1995/96

    Phonetic Descriptions of Scottish Accents: A Historical perspective

    Deborah Cherry

    14/15

    1995/96

    Dunbar’s Aureate Language

    Robert D. Drexler

    14/15

    1995/96

    Plain Life Depicted in Fiery Shorthand

    Karen Corrigan

    14/15

    1995/96

    Gaelic Vernacular Verse from the Parish of Glenmuick, Tulloch and Glengairn

    Alison Diack

    14/15

    1995/96

    Advertising Feature: Bridging Scots and Gaelic

    George Philp

    13

    1994

    Some Early Scottish Place-Names and Queen Margaret

    Simon Taylor

    13

    1994

    Norse in Scotland

    Jeremy J. Smith

    13

    1994

    Subordinate and-clauses in Scots and Hiberno-English: Origins and Development

    Martina Hacker

    13

    1994

    Middle English tod ‘fox’: Old Irish taid ‘thief’

    Andrew Breeze

    13

    1994

    Parallel Structure in Dunbar’s Surrexit Dominus de Sepulchro

    Pamela K. Shaffer

    13

    1994

    Québécois into Scots: Translating Michel Tremblay

    Martin Bowman and Bill Findlay

    13

    1994

    A Dictionary Ramble

    Roderick MacDonald

    13

    1994

    On a Standardised Spelling for Scots

    Angus Stirling

    13

    1994

    Review: Margaret Laing and Keith Woodbridge, eds., Speaking in our Tongues: Proceedings of a Colloquium on Medieval Dialectology and Related Disciplines

    Graeme D. Caie

    13

    1994

    Review: Alexander Fenton and Donald A. MacDonald, eds., Studies in Scots and Gaelic

    Derick S. Thomson

    13

    1994

    Review: James Robertson, ed., A Tongue in Yer Heid: A Selection of the Best Contemporary Short Stories in Scots

    Kenneth R. Sadler

    11/12

    1992/93

    The Gododdin: The Oldest Scottish Poem?

    Craig Cessford

    11/12

    1992/93

    A Short Grammar of Older Scots

    C.I. Macafee

    11/12

    1992/93

    Language, Music and Local Aesthetics: Views from Gaeldom and Beyond

    John Shaw

    11/12

    1992/93

    Linguistic Awareness and Attitudes in a Sample of Scottish Speakers

    Flavia Iacuaniello

    11/12

    1992/93

    Conference of the German Association of University Professors of English in Stuttgart, 1992

    Lilo Moessner

    11/12

    1992/93

    Computing and Research on Scots

    John M. Kirk

    11/12

    1992/93

    Computers and Scots Lexicography

    Iseabail MacLeod

    11/12

    1992/93

    A Computer Aided Method for Making a Linguistic Atlas of Older Scots

    Keith Williamson

    11/12

    1992/93

    Computers and Gaelic Language Data

    Cathair Ó Dochartaigh

    11/12

    1992/93

    Review: Jamie Stuart, The Glasgow Gospel

    Hazel C. Taylor

    11/12

    1992/93

    Review: The Gaelic Terminology Database, Vol.1.

    Sonia Vathjunker

    10

    1991

    ‘Scotica Pronunciations’: Sixteenth and Seventeenth-Century English Authors on Scots.

    Veronika Kniezsa

    10

    1991

    Borrowing between Scots and Gaelic.

    Colm Ó Baoill

    10

    1991

    A Linguistic Survey of the Use and Familiarity of Scottish Dialect Items in N.E. Fife.

    Susan M. Lawrie

    10

    1991

    An Investigation of Attitudes to Scots and Glasgow Dialect among Secondary School Pupils.

    Janet Menzies

    10

    1991

    Review: Studies in the History of the English Language

    John Anderson

    10

    1991

    Review: Derick S. Thomson, ed., Gaelic and Scots in Harmony

    Meg Bateman

    10

    1991

    Review: Kenneth MacKinnon, Gaelic – A Past and Future Prospect

    Janet Hunter

    9

    1990

    Language and Style in the Scottish Gaelic Bible (1767–1807).

    Donald E. Meek

    9

    1990

    Robert Burns and Gaelic

    Roderick MacDonald

    9

    1990

    ‘Haw, the Wickit Things Weans Dae!’: Max and Moritz in Scots

    Manfred Görlach

    9

    1990

    Foreign Influences in the Vocabulary of William Dunbar.

    Stuart Lucas

    9

    1990

    Review: Iseabail MacLeod, with Pauline Cairns, Caroline Macafee and Ruth Martin (eds.), The Scots Thesaurus

    Robert Burchfield

    9

    1990

    Review: Michael Gregson with Kay Deas, The Crack and the Cant

    J. Derrick McClure

    9

    1990

    Review: Peadar Morgan (trans.) Asterix an Ceilteach

    David Clement

    8

    1989

    Gaelic in Glasgow, c. 1723-1981

    Charles W.J. Withers

    8

    1989

    Recent Gaelic Poetry

    Iain Crichton Smith

    8

    1989

    Gaelic Publishing

    Derick Thomson

    8

    1989

    Gaelic education today

    Boyd Robertson

    8

    1989

    Review: Leabhraichean ura cloinne (New children’s books)

    Seumas Grannd

    8

    1989

    Review: Two New Scots Dictionaries

    John M. Kirk

    8

    1989

    A note on: ‘A critical assessment of Tom Scott’s poem “The Seavaiger” as an exercise in poetic translation’

    Lilo Moessner

    7

    1988

    Standardisation in Middle Scots.

    Alex Agutter

    7

    1988

    A critical assessment of Tom Scott’s poem The Seavaiger as an exercise in translation

    Lilo Moessner

    7

    1988

    Mutation of s-clusters in Gaelic

    Cathair O Dochartaigh

    7

    1988

    The place-names of Fife

    Iain Fraser

    7

    1988

    Review: Caroline MacAfee and Iseabail MacLeod, eds.: The Nuttis Schell: Essays on the Scots Language presented to A.J. Aitken

    Henry Hargreaves

    7

    1988

    Review: Emma Letley, From Gault to Douglas Brown: Nineteenth-Century Fiction and the Scots Language

    Anne King

    6

    1987

    Lexical loss and lexical survival: the case of Scots and English

    Manfred Gorlach

    6

    1987

    Additions, antedatings and corrections to DOST and OED.

    Luuk Houwen

    6

    1987

    Scottish Building Terms.

    Glen L. Pride

    6

    1987

    Scottish Dictionaries in the late 1980s

    Iseabail MacLeod

    6

    1987

    Review : Billy Kay Scots – The Mither Tongue

    John M. Kirk

    6

    1987

    Review: P. Hately Waddell: The Psalms: frae Hebrew intil Scottis

    Colin Milton

    6

    1987

    Review: Alexander Fenton Wirds an’ Wark ’e Seasons Roon

    Leslie W. Wheeler

    6

    1987

    Review: David King Sutherland: Fisherlore of Avoch

    J. Derrick McClure

    5

    1986

    Gaelic Literary Interactions with Scots and English Work: A Survey

    D.S. Thomson

    5

    1986

    Links with Gaelic Tradition found in the story traditions of Perthshire Travelling People

    S. Douglas

    5

    1986

    The Literature of ‘Ane Simple Land’.

    M.P. McDiarmid

    5

    1986

    ‘Revolution there as visible as anywhere else!’ Some literary uses of Scots in nineteenth-century fiction.

    E. Letley

    5

    1986

    Hugh MacDiarmid and North-East Scots

    C. Milton

    5

    1986

    Gaelic Communities in Lowland Scotland, 1709-1891: Exploration toward a Social History.

    C. Withers

    5

    1986

    The Scottish Gaelic Speech-community: some social perspectives.

    K. MacKinnon

    5

    1986

    What Scots Owes to Gaelic

    J.D. McClure

    5

    1986

    English and Scots Military Loanwords in Scottish Gaelic

    I. Quick

    5

    1986

    Some Scots Words in the Gaelic Vocabulary of Applecross

    K. MacDonald

    5

    1986

    Narrowing and Extension of Meaning in the Scandinavian-based Vocabulary of Shetland Dialect

    G. Melchers

    5

    1986

    New Gaelic?

    D. MacAulay

    5

    1986

    Patterns of English-Gaelic and Gaelic-English Code-switching

    D. Cram

    5

    1986

    Vowel Systems in Hebridean English

    C. Shuken

    5

    1986

    Gaelic Place Names in Scots.

    W.F.H. Nicolaisen

    5

    1986

    The Transition from Gaelic to Scots or Scottish-English in Caithness Place-Names

    D. Waugh

    4

    1985

    Old Words in a New Town

    Clausdirk Pollner

    4

    1985

    Englisch in Livingston (by H. Speitel)

    Clausdirk Pollner

    4

    1985

    Some Distinguishing Features of the Gaelic of Islay

    Seumas Grannd

    4

    1985

    Glasgow (by J. Miller)

    Caroline Macafee

    4

    1985

    A Detailed Account of Some Caithness Place-Names

    Doreen Waugh

    3

    1984

    Investigations into the Syntax of Hebridean English

    Annette Sabban

    3

    1984

    Is Scottish Gaelic a VSO Language?

    David Cram

    3

    1984

    Galloway Schools Dialect Survey

    W.A.D.Riach

    3

    1984

    William Tennant, the Ettrick Shepherd and the Psalms of David: A Linguistic Controversy

    Harry D. Watson

    2

    1983

    Irregular Style Variation Patterns in Edinburgh Speech

    Paul Johnston

    2

    1983

    Sociolinguistic Approaches to Scots Language

    Caroline Macafee

    2

    1983

    Mining Terms in Fife

    W.H. McPhee

    2

    1983

    The Survival of the Fishing Dialects on the Moray Firth

    Anne Downie

    2

    1983

    English was to them a Foreign Tongue

    Lilian E.C. MacQueen

    2

    1983

    Lowland Scots in Education: An Historical Survey (part II)

    Keith Williamson

    1

    1982

    Linguistic Taboo in the Speech of Scottish Fishermen

    Karl Inge Sandred

    1

    1982

    Report of Dialect Work in Ulster

    G.B. Adams

    1

    1982

    A Dialect Study of Comparative Areas in Galloway

    W.A.D. Riach

    1

    1982

    Some Connections between Galloway and Ulster Speech

    James Milroy

    1

    1982

    Bad Scots: Some Superstitions about Scots Speech

    A.J.Aitken

    1

    1982

    Glasgow Dialect in Literature

    Caroline Macafee

    1

    1982

    Lowland Scots in Education: An Historical Survey (Part I)

    Keith Williamson

     

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