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  1. Semester 1 (2A) 19 items
    1. Phonetics and Phonology 1 item
      1. English intonation: an introduction - J. C. Wells 2006

        Book Suggested for Student Purchase For the Phonetics and Phonology course section

    2. Words 3 items
      1. The Oxford guide to etymology - Philip Durkin 2009

        Book Essential For the English Words: History, Structure, and Meaning course section

      2. English words: history and structure - Donka Minkova, Robert P. Stockwell c2009

        Book Recommended For the English Words: History, Structure, and Meaning course section

      3. English words: history and structure - Donka Minkova, Robert P. Stockwell, Askews & Holts Library Services 2009

        Book Essential Ebook version of the above Minkova and Stockwell book

    3. The Anglo-Saxon World 15 items
      1. The Wiley Blackwell encyclopedia of Anglo-Saxon England 2014

        Book Recommended For the Anglo-Saxon World course component

      2. The Franks casket - Leslie Webster, British Museum c2012

        Book Recommended For the Anglo-Saxon World course section

      3. Cassell dictionary of Norse myth and legend - Andy Orchard 1997

        Book Further

      4. Northumbria's golden age - Jane Hawkes, Susan Mills 1999

        Book Further Chapter 19-21

      5. An introduction to English runes - R. I. Page c1999

        Book Recommended

      6. Runes: an introduction - Ralph W. V. Elliott 1989

        Book Further

      7. Runes - R. I. Page c1987

        Book Further

      8. Norse myths - R. I. Page 1990

        Book Further

      9. The Penguin book of Norse myths: gods of the Vikings - Kevin Crossley-Holland 1993, c1980

        Book Further

      10. The Viking world - James Graham-Campbell c1989

        Book Further

      11. Viking empires - Angelo Forte, Richard D. Oram, Frederik Pedersen 2005

        Book Further

      12. Working with Anglo-Saxon manuscripts - Gale R. Owen-Crocker, Maria Cesario 2009

        Book Recommended

  2. Semester 2 (2B) 46 items
    1. Middle English 4 items
      1. The pardoners prologue and tale: from the Canterbury tales - Geoffrey Chaucer, A. C. Spearing 1976, c1965

        Book Recommended For the Middle English course section

      2. Chaucer's drama of style: poetic variety and contrast in the Canterbury tales - C. David Benson c1986

        Book Recommended For the Middle English course section: See: C. David Benson.”Chaucer’s Pardoner: The Man and His Two Tales as a Defense of Christian Poetry”

      3. Chaucer's sexual poetics - Carolyn Dinshaw, American Council of Learned Societies c1989 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended For the Middle English course section: See: Carolyn Dinshaw,”Eunuch Hermeneutics”

      4. The Canterbury tales - Helen Cooper 1996

        Book Recommended For the Middle English course section: See: “The Pardoner’s Prologue and Tale”

    2. Modern English Grammar 2 items
      1. A student's grammar of the English language - Sidney Greenbaum, Randolph Quirk 1990

        Book Suggested for Student Purchase

      2. Longman student grammar of spoken and written English - Douglas Biber, Geoffrey N. Leech, Susan Conrad 2002

        Book Recommended For the Modern English Grammar course section

    3. Names 18 items
      1. Lecture 1: Names of People I 2 items
        1. Linguistic anthropology - Nancy Parrott Hickerson c2000

          Book  pp. 183-188

      2. Lecture 2: Names of People II 4 items
        1. The Edinburgh companion to Scots - John Corbett, J. Derrick McClure, Jane Stuart-Smith 2003

          Book  pp. 31-49

        2. The Oxford handbook of names and naming 2016

          Book  Chapter 15 "Family names", by Patrick Hanks and Harry Parkin (pp. 214-236)

        3. A history of British surnames - R. A. McKinley 1990

          Book 

      3. Lecture 3: Names of Places I 3 items
        1. English place-names - Kenneth Cameron 1996

          Book 

        2. The Edinburgh companion to Scots - John Corbett, J. Derrick McClure, Jane Stuart-Smith 2003

          Book  pp. 17-30

        3. The Oxford handbook of names and naming 2016

          Book  Chapter 6 "Settlement names", by Carole Hough (pp. 87-103)

      4. Lecture 4: Names of Places II 1 item
        1. The Oxford handbook of names and naming 2016

          Book  Chapter 40 "Names and lexicography", by Alison Grant (pp. 572-584)

      5. Lecture 5: Names of Places III 1 item
        1. The landscape of place-names - Margaret Gelling, Ann Cole 2000

          Book  esp. "Introduction" and chapter 5.

      6. Workshop (Week 4) 7 items
        1. A dictionary of first names - Patrick Hanks, Flavia Hodges, Oxford University Press 2003, c1990 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential

        2. A dictionary of first names - Patrick Hanks, Kate Hardcastle, Flavia Hodges 2006

          Book Recommended

        3. Scottish surnames - David Dorward 1992

          Book Recommended

        4. The surnames of Scotland: their origin, meaning, and history - George F. Black, New York Public Library 1946

          Book Recommended

        5. The Penguin dictionary of surnames - Basil Cottle 1978

          Book Further

        6. A dictionary of English surnames - Percy H. Reaney, Percy H. Reaney, R. M. Wilson 1997

          Book Further

    4. Early Modern English 5 items
      1. An Introduction to Early Modern English - Terttu Nevalainen, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2006

        Book Essential For the Early Modern English course section

      2. The English Language: a historical introduction - Charles Laurence Barber, Joan C. Beal, Philip A. Shaw 2009

        Book Essential This book provides an overview of the language but has strong sections on Early Modern English

      3. Early Modern English - Charles Laurence Barber c1997

        Book Recommended This book should be read ideally after the sections in Barber, Beal, & Shaw's 'The English Language: A historical introduction'

      4. Borrowed Words: A history of loanwords in English - Philip Durkin, Oxford University Press 2014

        Book Recommended This is an advanced book, but has excellent detail on Early Modern word borrowings

      5. The Oxford History of English - Lynda Mugglestone 2006

        Book Recommended This book provides an overview of important topics in the history of the language. The chapters on Early Modern (sometimes referred to here as 'Renaissance') English are excellent

    5. Language, Culture and Identity: Lecture 1: Analysing speech events 3 items
      1. The ethnography of communication: an introduction - Muriel Saville-Troike, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2003

        Book  See: Especially chapter 4: ‘The analysis of communicative events’.

      2. Directions in sociolinguistics: the ethnography of communication - John Joseph Gumperz, Dell H. Hymes 1986

        Book  See: Hymes, D. ‘Models of the Interaction of Language and Social Life’.

      3. Explorations in the ethnography of speaking - Richard Bauman, Joel Sherzer 1989

        Book 

    6. Language, Culture and Identity: Lecture 2: Code-switching 3 items
      1. The bilingualism reader 2007

        Book 

      2. The Cambridge handbook of linguistic code-switching - Barbara E. Bullock, Almeida Jacqueline Toribio 2009

        Book 

      3. Multiple voices: an introduction to bilingualism - Carol Myers-Scotton, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2006

        Book 

    7. Language, Culture and Identity: Lecture 3: Style 4 items
      1. The handbook of language variation and change 2013

        Book Essential See: Schilling, N. ‘15. Investigating stylistic variation’

      2. The handbook of language variation and change 2013

        Book  See: Kiesling, S. 'Constructing identity'.

    8. Language, Culture and Identity: Lecture 4: Group identity 3 items
      1. The handbook of language variation and change 2013

        Book  See: Milroy, L. and C. Llamas. ‘Social networks’

      2. The handbook of language variation and change 2013

        Book  See: Meyerhoff, M. & A. Strycharz 'Communities of practice'.

    9. Language, Culture and Identity: Lecture 5: The observer’s paradox and participant observation 3 items
      1. The handbook of language variation and change 2013

        Book  See: Feagin, C. ‘1. Entering the community: Fieldwork’

    10. Language and the Internet - David Crystal 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended