Swansea University

Bibliography of SAWD-related works

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Compiled by David Parry and Rob Penhallurick

1 Bundy, M. W. S. (1972). Salmon Putchers at Gold Cliff. Presenting Monmouthshire: The Journal of Gwent Local History Council 33 (Volume III No 3), 40-2.

2 ----. (1975). Studies in the Conservative Rural Speech of Carmarthenshire and the Lore and Language of Schoolchildren in that Area. Unpublished MA dissertation, Swansea University.

3 Chesters, V. A. (1971). Studies in the Linguistic Geography of the Vale of Glamorgan, the Swansea Valley and the Breconshire Hinterland. Unpublished MA dissertation, Swansea University.

4 Davies, M. J. (1971). Speech and Song, Past and Present, Among Swansea Schoolchildren. Unpublished MA dissertation, Swansea University.

5 George, C. (1990). Community and Coal: An Investigation of the English-Language Dialects of the Rhondda Valley, Mid Glamorgan. Unpublished PhD dissertation, 2 volumes, Swansea University.

6 Gladwell, A. C. [later MacGill]. (1973). Patterns in Distribution: An Intensive Study of Dialect and Tradition in Rural and Industrial Monmouthshire. Unpublished PhD dissertation, Swansea University.

7 Morley, J. C. A. W. (1979). An Intensive Investigation into the Rural Folk Speech of Montgomeryshire, incorporating a Study of the Lore and Language of the Children thereof. Unpublished typescript, 2 volumes, housed in the Archive of Welsh English, at Swansea University.

8 Parry, D. R. (1964). Studies in the Linguistic Geography of Radnorshire, Breconshire, Monmouthshire and Glamorganshire. Unpublished MA dissertation, University of Leeds.

9 ----. (1967). Some Features of Gower Dialects. The Anglo-Welsh Review Volume 16 No 38 (Winter 1967), 130-5.

10----. (1971). English Dialects in Gower. In W. G. V. Balchin (ed.), Swansea and Its Region, Swansea: University College, 160-1.

11----. (1971). Newport English. The Anglo-Welsh Review Volume 19 No 44 (1971), 228-33.

12----. (1972). Anglo-Welsh Dialects in South-East Wales. In M. F. Wakelin (ed.), Patterns in the Folk Speech of the British Isles, London: Athlone Press, 140-63.

13---- (ed.) (1977). The Survey of Anglo-Welsh Dialects. Volume 1: The South-East. Swansea: privately published by the editor.

14---- (ed.) (1979). The Survey of Anglo-Welsh Dialects. Volume 2: The South-West. Swansea: privately published by the editor.

15----. (1978). Notes on the Dialects of Gwent. Swansea: privately published by the author.

16----. (1979). Notes on the Glamorgan Dialects. Swansea: privately published by the author.

17----. (1979). The Survey of Anglo-Welsh Dialects. Lore and Language Volume 3 No 1 Part A (July 1979), 9-14.

18----. (1985). On Producing a Linguistic Atlas: The Survey of Anglo-Welsh Dialects. In J. M. Kirk, S. Sanderson and J. D. A. Widdowson (eds), Studies in Linguistic Geography, London: Croom Helm, 51-66.

19----. (1985). The English of Gwent. Planet 53 (October/November 1985), 82-90.

20----. (1990). The Conservative English Dialects of North Carmarthenshire. In N. Coupland and A. R. Thomas (eds), English in Wales: Diversity, Conflict and Change, Clevedon: Multilingual Matters, 142-50.

21----. (1990). The Conservative English Dialects of South Pembrokeshire. In N. Coupland and A. R. Thomas (eds), English in Wales: Diversity, Conflict and Change, Clevedon: Multilingual Matters, 151-61.

22----. (1998). Dialects in Gwent. (Abridged version). Newport-on-Usk: Lynwood Books.

23----. (ed.)  (1999). A Grammar and Glossary of the Conservative Anglo-Welsh Dialects of Rural Wales. Sheffield: The National Centre for English Cultural Tradition, University of Sheffield.   
(See http://www.shef.ac.uk/natcect/research/publications.)

24 Paulasto, H. (née Pitkänen). (2006). Welsh English Syntax: Contact and Variation. Publications in the Humanities 43. Joensuu: Joensuu University Press.   
(See http://www.joensuu.fi/fld/ecc/publications/welsh_english.htm.)

25 Penhallurick, R. (1980). Two Gower Dialects: Penclawdd and Reynoldston. Unpublished MA dissertation, University of Leeds.

26----. (1982). Two Gower Accents: A Phonological Comparison of Penclawdd and Reynoldston. Transactions of the Yorkshire Dialect Society Part LXXXII Volume XV (1982), 29-41.

27----. (1985). Fieldwork for the Survey of Anglo-Welsh Dialects: North Wales 1980-81. In W. Viereck (ed.), Focus On: England and Wales, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 223-33.

28----. (1991). The Anglo-Welsh Dialects of North Wales: A Survey of Conservative Rural Spoken English in the Counties of Gwynedd and Clwyd. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.   
(See http://www.peterlang.com.)

29----. (1991). Wales and Language. Cymro Llundain/The London Welshman Volume 40: 4 (Autumn 1991), 6.

30----. (1993). Welsh English: A National Language? Dialectologia et Geolinguistica Volume 1: 1 (1993), 28-46.

31----. (1994). Gowerland and its Language. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.   
(See http://www.peterlang.com.)

32----. (1996). The Grammar of Northern Welsh English: Progressive Verb Phrases. In J. Klemola, M. Kytö and M. Rissanen (eds), Speech Past and Present: Studies in English Dialectology in Memory of Ossi Ihalainen, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 308-42.

33----. (1998). Dialect and the Nation’s Future. Planet 127 (February/March 1998), 82-7.

34----.  (2000). On Gower English, Dialect and Metaphor. In H. L. C. Tristram (ed.), The Celtic Englishes II, Heidelberg: C. Winter, 303-13.

35----. (2000). Contribution to The Routes Of English Volume 3 (book and CD), by Simon Elmes and Melvyn Bragg, London: BBC Adult Learning, from an interview for The Routes Of English, BBC Radio 4, Series 3 Episode 5: Oswestry, broadcast 21 December 2000.
(See http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/routesofenglish/storysofar/programme3_5.shtml.)

36----. (2004). Welsh English: Phonology. In B. Kortmann, E. W. Schneider, K. Burridge, R. Mesthrie, and C. Upton (eds), A Handbook of Varieties of English, Volume 1: Phonology, Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 98-112. (Contribution also to CD-ROM and website.)
(Reprinted in paperback in B. Kortmann and C. Upton (eds), Varieties of English 1 The British Isles, Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 2008, pp. 105-21. See http://www.degruyter.com.)

37----. (2004). Welsh English: Morphology and Syntax. In B. Kortmann, E. W. Schneider, K. Burridge, R. Mesthrie, and C. Upton (eds), A Handbook of Varieties of English, Volume 2: Morphology and Syntax, Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 102-13. (Contribution also to CD-ROM and website.)   
(Reprinted in paperback in B. Kortmann and C. Upton (eds), Varieties of English 1 The British Isles, Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 2008, pp. 360-72. See http://www.degruyter.com.)

38----. (2007). English in Wales. In D. Britain (ed.), Language in the British Isles (2nd edition), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 152-70.
(See http://www.cambridge.org/uk/catalogue.)

39 Pitkänen, H. (2003). Non-Standard Uses of the Progressive Form in Welsh English: An Apparent Time Study. In H.L.C. Tristram (ed.), The Celtic Englishes III, Heidelberg: C. Winter, 111-28.

40 Upton, C. S. (1970). Studies in the Linguistic Geography of Pembrokeshire and the Gower Peninsula. Unpublished MA dissertation, Swansea University.

41----, D. Parry and J. D. A. Widdowson (eds). (1994). Survey of English Dialects: The Dictionary and Grammar. London: Routledge.

42 Williams, M. (2000). The Pragmatics of Predicate Fronting in Welsh English. In H. L. C. Tristram (ed.), The Celtic Englishes II, Heidelberg: C. Winter, 210-30.

 

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