Vol. 4: After the Storm

Vol. 4: After the Storm

After the Storm: Papers from the Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster triennial meeting, Aberdeen 2012

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Public Attitudes to Gaelic: a compariosn of surveys undertaken in 1981, 2003 and 2011
Ken MacKinnon

Immersion Schools are an educational success, but do they contribute to the revitalisation of Breton and Gaelic as everyday languages?
Fabienne Goalabré

Reverse-engineering the morphophonology of gaelic vowels from orthography: Language planning to linguistic theory, and back again
Mark McConville

The origin of consonantal pre-aspiration in Gaidhlig, Iceandic and Faroese: a discussion
Edoardo McKenna

The sub-types of initial lenition in Scottish Gaelic
Thomas W. Stewart

Grammatical Change in a Not So Dying Dialect: Genitive Mutation in Uist Gaelic
Beth Cole

'And Scotland will march again': The language of political song in 19th- and 20th-century Scotland
Marina Dossena

The Beginnings of Doric Poetry
J. Derrick McClure

Be: usage and form. An Early Scots and Early Middle Scots Poetic Investigation
Charles-Henri Discry

Beyond the Structural Levels of Language: An Introduction to the SPICE-Ireland Corpus and its Uses
John M. Kirk

Rethinking the traditional periodisation of the Scots language
Joanna Kopaczyk

Syntax of imperatives in Scots
Andrew Weir

Russian place-names of ‘hidden’ or ‘indirect’ Scottish origin (the case of Hamilton – Khomutov)
Alexander Pavlenko and Galina Pavlenko

Faclair na Gàidhlig and Corpas na Gàidhlig: New Approaches Make Sense
Lorna Pike and Roibeard Ó Maolalaigh