□ 97 [Academic Writing]
English for Writing Research Papers, 2nd ed. / Wallwork, A.
(English for Academic Research Series)
325 p. Springer, 2011/2016.
ISBN:9783319260921 pap \5,698
□ 98 [African Linguistics]
The Cambridge Handbook of African Linguistics / Wolff, H.
Ekkehard (ed) (Cambridge Handbooks in Language and
Linguistics) 728 p. Cambridge UP, 2019:02.
Highlighting the central role that the 'language factor' plays in postcolonial
transformation processes of sociocultural modernization and economic
development, it also addresses more recent, particularly urban, patterns of
communication, and outlines applied dimensions of digitalization and human
□ 99 [Arabic Dialect Dictionary]
The Georgetown Dictionary of Moroccan Arabic: Arabic-
English, English-Arabic / Maamouri, Mohamed (ed)
726 p. Georgetown UP, 2018:01
Features over 13,000 Moroccan Arabic-English entries and 8,000 English-Arabic
Provides entries in Arabic script and organized by root, as is standard in Arabic
dictionaries dictionaries Employs International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) for all
terms to demonstrate correct Employs International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) for
all terms to demonstrate correct pronunciation and allow comparison across
Parameter Hierarchies and Universal Grammar
/ Roberts, Ian. 720 p. Oxford, 2019:06.
□ 101 [Cultural Bilingualism]
A Journey in Languages and Cultures: The Life of a
Bicultural Bilingual / Grosjean, Francois. 192 p. Oxford,
□ 102 [Discourse Analysis]
The Cambridge Handbook of Systemic Functional
Linguistics / Thompson, Geoff (ed) (Cambridge Handbooks in
Language and Linguistics) 156 p. Cambridge UP, 2019:02.
Written by some of the world's foremost SFL scholars, including M. A. K.
Halliday, the handbook covers topics ranging from the theory behind the model,
discourse analysis within SFL, applied SFL, to SFL in relation to other subfields
of linguistics such as intonation, typology, clinical linguistics and education.
□ 103 [English Language]
The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Language, 3rd ed.
/ Crystal, David. 582 p. Cambridge UP, 2018:11.
ISBN:9781108437738 pap \6,718
An essential text for a new generation of twenty-first-century English language
enthusiasts, its dual purpose as both a reference and textbook will appeal to
English language lecturers and students as well as non-native English speakers.
Audio resources resources recorded by David Crystal for this new edition bring
the text to life.
□ 104 [Gothic Grammar]
The Oxford Gothic Grammar / Miller, D. Gary. 720 p. Oxford,
□ 105 [Grammar and Syntax]
The English Phrasal Verb, 1650-Present: History, Stylistic
Lexicalisation / Rodriguez-Puente, Paula
(Studies in English Language) 344 p. Cambridge UP,
ISBN:9781107101746 pap \18,480
Providing a detailed and comprehensive account of the development of phrasal
verbs from early modern to present-day English, this study covers almost 400
years in the history of English, and provides both a diachronic and synchronic
account based on over 12,000 examples extracted from stratified electronic
□ 106 -Grammatical Voice / Zuniga, Fernando. (Cambridge
Textbooks in Linguistics)
309 p. Cambridge UP, 2019:03.
ISBN:9781316612125 pap \5,038
Fernando Zuniga, Universitat Bern, Switzerland, has co-edited numerous books
including Typological Hierarchies in Synchrony and Diachrony (2018) with Sonia
Cristofaro. His research focusses on the qualitative typology of voice and
alignment, as well as on
benefaction and wordhood issues.
□ 107 -The Lexicon / Pustejovsky, James (Cambridge
Textbooks in Linguistics)
432 p. Cambridge UP, 2019:02.
ISBN:9780521547956 pap \5,710
□ 108 -Universal Semantic Syntax: A Semiotactic Approach
/ Fortuin, Egbert (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics 160)
250 p. Cambridge UP, 2019:04.
Egbert Fortuin, Universiteit Leiden Egbert Fortuin is Associate Professor of
Russian Linguistics at Universiteit Leiden. He has published numerous articles
in journals such as Lingua, Cognitive Linguistics and Russian Linguistics. He is
currently editor of the book series Studies in General and Slavic Linguistics.
□ 109 [Historical Linguistics]
Categoriality in Language Change: The Case of the English
Gerund / Fonteyn, Lauren (Oxford Studies in the History of
English) 224 p. Oxford, 2019:06.
□ 110 -The Oxford Reference Guide to Lexical Functional
Grammar / Dalrymple, Mary et al. 800 p. Oxford, 2019:06.
□ 111 -Word Order and Parameter Change in Romanian: A
Comparative Romance Perspective / Nicolae, Alexandru
(Oxford Studies in Diachronic and Historical Linguistics 36)
272 p. Oxford, 2019:05.
□ 112 [Korean Linguistics]
The Handbook of Korean Linguistics / Brown, Lucien & Yeon,
Jaehoon (ed) (Blackwell Handbooks in
516 p. Wiley Blackwell, 2015/2019.
ISBN:9781119016878 pap \10,071
Contributions bring together behavioral, clinical, computational, developmental,
and neuropsychological perspectives on speech production to create a rich and
truly interdisciplinary resource. Offers a novel and timely contribution to the
literature and showcases a broad spectrum of research in speech production,
methodological advances, and modeling. Coverage of planning, motor control,
articulatory coordination, the speech mechanism, and the effect of language on
□ 113 [Language Contact]
The Oxford Handbook of Language Contact / Grant, Anthony
P. 806 p. Oxford, 2019:06.
□ 114 [Linguistic Anthropology]
Looking Like a Language, Sounding Like a Race / Rosa,
Jonathan (Oxford Studies in Anthropology of Language)
286 p. Oxford, 2019.
ISBN:9780190634735 pap \5,593
□ 115 [Neurolinguistics]
The Oxford Handbook of Neurolinguistics / de Zubicaray,
Greig I & Niels O. Schiler (ed) 1024 p. Oxford, 2019.
□ 116 [Philosophy of Language]
Language, World, and Limits: Essays in the Philosophy of
Language and Metaphysics / Moore, A. W. 320 p. Oxford,
□ 117 [Psycholinguistics]
Language in Mind: An Introduction to Psycholinguistics, 2nd
ed. / Sedivy, J. 672 p. Palgrave Macmillan, 2019:02.
□ 118 [Semantics & Pragmatics]
The Limits of Expression: Language, Literature, Mind
/ Kolaiti, Patricia. 165 p. Cambridge UP, 2019:03.
'Probably the best book on literature, language and mind I have ever read. It
makes a case for genuinely reciprocal interdisciplinary practices and points the
way to epistemologically more robust study in the arts and humanities. It will be
hugely influential.' Tim Wharton, University of Brighton
□ 119 [Sociolinguistics]
Language and Society: An Introduction / Simpson, Andrew
504 p. Oxford UP, 2019:03.
ISBN:9780190210663 pap \9,100
□ 120 -Pennsylvania Dutch: The Story of an American
Language / Louden, M. L. 416 p. Johns Hopkins UP, 2016/2019:03.
ISBN:9781421428970 pap \5,031
While most world languages spoken by minority populations are in serious
danger of becoming extinct, Pennsylvania Dutch is thriving. In fact, the number
of Pennsylvania Dutch speakers is growing exponentially, although it is spoken
by less than one-tenth of the United States population and has remained for the
most part an oral vernacular without official recognition or support. A true
□ 121 -Variation, Versatility and Change in Sociolinguistics
and Creole Studies / Rickford, John Russell. 382 p.
Cambridge UP, 2019:01.
'A much-needed collection showcasing the breadth of Rickford's work. He always
underpins careful descriptive work with integrity, and a deep commitment to the
theoretical and moral dimensions of intellectual inquiry.' Miriam Meyerhoff,
Victoria University of Wellington
□ 122 [Speech Production]
The Handbook of Speech Production / Redford, Melissa A.
(ed.) (Blackwell Handbooks in Linguistics) 601 p. Wiley
ISBN:9781119029144 pap \10,071
The Handbook of Speech Production is the first reference work to provide an
overview of this burgeoning area of study. Twenty-four chapters written by an
international team of authors examine issues in speech planning, motor control,
the physical aspects physical aspects of speech production, and external factors
that impact speech production.
□ 123 [Syntax & Semantics]
Composing Questions / Kotek, Hadas. (Linguistic Inquiry
Monographs 80) 210 p. MIT Press, 2019.
ISBN:9780262536547 pap \5,880
An investigation of the syntax and semantics of wh-questions through the lens of
intervention effects, offering a new proposal on overt and covert wh-movement.
□ 124 -Questions of Syntax / Kayne, Richard S. 432 p.
ISBN:9780190863593 pap \5,476