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Proceedings of Methods XIII

Papers from the Thirteenth International Conference on Methods in Dialectology, 2008

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Edited By Barry Heselwood and Clive Upton

This volume of papers from the 13th International Conference on Methods in Dialectology, held at the University of Leeds in 2008, collects together current research and recent methodological developments in the study of dialects by new and established scholars. It is organised into themed sections reporting on historical dialectology, dialect literature, the production of dialect maps and atlases, and the collection and organisation of material for dialect dictionaries and corpora. Perceptual dialectology and dialect intelligibility are also featured, and there are linguistic analyses of dialectal data from many language varieties.

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Editorial preface ix Foreword by David Britain xi List of contributors xiii PART I. Historical Dialectology And Dialect Literature 1. Reallocation and codification in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century 3 Paris. R. Anthony Lodge 2. Attraction du germanique sur le roman, abandon de l’enclise et 21 naissance du français. Jean Feuillet 3. Towards a history of English literary dialects and dialect literature 31 in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries: the Salamanca corpus. Maria F. García-Bermejo Giner 4. From dialectology to diachrony: evidence from lexical and morpho- 42 syntactic reconstruction in Romance dialects. Michèle Oliviéri 5. I’ll tell o how Gilbert Scott sowd is mere Berry: ‘A Lancashire Tale’ 53 as a source for Lancashire speech in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth century. Javier Ruano-García 6. Northern English transported: the nineteenth-century goldrushes and 67 the formation of a diaspora? Katie Wales PART II. Maps And Atlases 7. Identifying dialect regions: specific features vs. overall measures using 79 the Romanian Online Dialect Atlas and multidimensional scaling. Sheila Embleton, Dorin Uritescu and Eric S. Wheeler v Contents 8. Atlas of Ingrian Finnish dialects: making the most of our data. 91 Dmitri Evmenov & Mehmet Muslimov 9. Choix technologiques pour l’informatisation de l’Atlas Linguistique 100 de la Wallonie. Nicolas Mazziotta PART III. Dictionaries And Corpora 10. The Nordic dialect corpus and database: methodological challenges 113 in collecting data. Janne Bondi Johannessen, Øystein Alexander Vangsnes, Signe Laake, Arne Martinus Lindstad, Tor Anders Åfarli 11. The research centre for Modern Greek dialects and...

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