27.5013, FYI: A Paper on eWSaxon and lW-Saxon

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Subject: 27.5013, FYI: A Paper on eWSaxon and lW-Saxon

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Date: Thu, 08 Dec 2016 13:01:48
From: Marco Condorelli [MCondorelli at uclan.ac.uk]
Subject: A Paper on eWSaxon and lW-Saxon

 
I'm looking for research collaborator to work with on the small project below
- ideally, the paper would appeal to anyone interested in spelling, dialectal
variation and phonology in Old English. The final outcome of this
collaboration will be a co-authored paper to be submitted to a high-ranking
research journal.

The paper focuses on the variation in spelling between early West Saxon <ie>
and late West-Saxon <y>.The piece was  already submitted and received
appreciation by the editors and the reviewers, but the research should be
extended a little (probably with a slightly larger dataset and analysis) for a
second review process. The pieces of feedback that I received were very useful
and encouraging.
 



Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics

Subject Language(s): English (eng)





 



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