University of Zurich, Department of English, Andreas H. Jucker

Historical Pragmatics: A bibliography

Updated: September 13, 2009

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Agel, Vilmos, und Mathilde Hennig (Hrsg.). (2006) Grammatik aus Nähe und Distanz. Theorie und Praxis am Beispiel von Nähetexten 1650-2000. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer.

Aitchison, Jean. (2003) Psycholinguistic perspectives on language change. In: Brian D. Joseph and Richard D. Janda (eds.). The Handbook of Historical Linguistics. Oxford: Blackwell, 736-743.

Akimoto, Minoji. (2000) The grammaticalization of the verb _pray_. In: Fischer, Olga, Anette Rosenbach, and Dieter Stein (eds.). Pathways of Change: Grammaticalization in English. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins, 67-84.

Allen, Cynthia. (1995) On doing as you please. In: Andreas H. Jucker (ed.). Historical Pragmatics. Pragmatic Developments in the History of English. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 275-308.

Alonso Almeida, Francisco, and Mercedes Cabrera-Abreu. (2002) The formulation of promise in Medieval English medical recipes: A relevance-theoretic approach. Neophilologus 86, 137-154.

Alonso-Almeida, Francisco. (2008) The pragmatics of “and”-conjunctives in Middle English medical recipes. A Relevance Theory description. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 9.2, 171-199.

Amory, Frederic. (1991) Speech acts and violence in the sagas. Arkiv för nordisk filologi 107, 57-84.

Andersen, Gisle. (2001) Pragmatic Markers and Sociolinguistic Variation. A Relevance-theoretic Approach to the Language of Adolescents. (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 84). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Archer, Dawn Elizabeth. (2002) "Can innocent people be guilty?" A sociopragmatic analysis of examination transcripts from the Salem Witchcraft Trials. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 3.1, 1-30.

Archer, Dawn. (2005) Questions and Answers in the English Courtroom (1640-1760). (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 135). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Archer, Dawn. (2006) (Re)Initiating strategies: Judges and defendants in Early Modern English courtrooms. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 7.2, Special Issue on Historical Courtroom Discourse, edited by Barbara Kryk-Kastovsky, 181-211.

Archer, Dawn. (2006) Tracing the development of advocacy in two nineteenth-century English trials. In: Marina Dossena and Irma Taavitsainen (eds.). Diachronic Perspectives on Domain-Specific English. (Studies in Language and Communication 40). Bern: Peter Lang, 41-68.

Archer, Dawn. (2007) Developing a more detailed picture of the English courtroom (1640-1760): Data and methodological issues facing historical pragmatics. In: Susan M. Fitzmaurice and Irma Taavitsainen (eds.). Methodological Issues in Historical Pragmatics. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 185-217.

Archer, Dawn, and Jonathan Culpeper. (2003) Sociopragmatic annotation: New directions and possibilities in historical corpus linguistics. In: Andrew Wilson, Paul Rayson and Tony McEnery (eds.). Corpus Linguistics by the Lune: A Festschrift for Geoffrey Leech. Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang, 37-58.

Archer, Dawn, and Jonathan Culpeper. (2009) Identifying “key” sociophilological usage in plays and trial proceedings (1640-1760): An empirical approach via corpus annotation. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 10.2, 286-309.

Archer, Dawn, Jonathan Culpeper and Mark Davies. (forthc.) Pragmatic annotation. In: Merja Kytö and Anke Lüdeling (eds.). Corpus Linguistics: An International Handbook. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Arnovick, Leslie Katherine. (1990) The Development of Future Constructions in English. The Pragmatics of Modal and Temporal Will and Shall in Middle English.  (Berkeley Insights in Linguistics and Semiotics 2). New York: Peter Lang.

Arnovick, Leslie Katherine. (1994) The expanding discourse of promises in Present-Day English: A case study in historical pragmatics. Folia Linguistica Historica 15.1-2, 175-191.

Arnovick, Leslie K. (1994) Dorigen's promise and scholars' premise: The orality of the speech acts in the Franklin's Tale. In: Mark C. Amodio (ed.). Oral Poetics in Middle English Poetry. New York: Garland.

Arnovick, Leslie K. (1995) Sounding and flyting the English agonistic insult: Writing pragmatic history in a cross-cultural context. In: Mava Jo Powell (ed.). The Twenty-First LACUS Forum 1994. Chapel Hill, N.C.: The Linguistic Association of Canada and the United States, 600-619.

Arnovick, Leslie K. (1996) English closing salutations in a diachronic perspective. Poster presented at the the 5th International Pragmatics Conference, Mexico City, July 4-9, 1996.

Arnovick, Leslie K. (1999) Diachronic Pragmatics. Seven Case Studies in English Illocutionary Development. (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 68). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Arnovick, Leslie K. (2000) ‘Whoso thorgh presumpcion ... mysdeme hyt’: Chaucer’s poetic adaptation of the medieval “book curse”. In: Taavitsainen, Irma, Terttu Nevalainen, Päivi Pahta and Matti Rissanen (eds.). Placing Middle English in Context. (Topics in English Linguistics 35). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter411-424.

Arnovick, Leslie K. (2006) Written Reliquaries. The Resonance of Orality in Medieval English Texts. (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 153). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Atkinson, Dwight. (1999) Scientific Discourse in Sociohistorical Context. The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 1675-1975. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum.

auf dem Keller, Caren. (2004) Textual Structures in Eighteenth-century Newspaper Advertising. A Corpus-based Study of Medical Advertisements and Book Advertisements. Aachen: Shaker.

Bach, Ulrich. (1995) Wills and will-making in 16th and 17th century England: Some pragmatic aspects. In: Andreas H. Jucker (ed.). Historical Pragmatics. Pragmatic Developments in the History of English. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 125-144.

Bach, Ulrich. (1997) Englische Flugtexte im 17. Jahrhundert: Historisch-pragmatische Untersuchungen zur frühen Massenkommunikation. Heidelberg: Winter.

Bach, Ulrich. (1998) Early Mass Communication: Political pamphlets from 1642 to 1647. In: Raimund Borgmeier, Herbert Grabes and Andreas H. Jucker (eds.). Anglistentag 1997 Giessen. Proceedings. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 97-111.

Bakos, F. (1955) Contributions à l’étude des formulas de politesse en ancien français. Acta linguistica academiae scientiarum Hungaricae 5, 295-367.

Ball, Catherine N. (1994) The origins of the informative-presupposition it-cleft. Journal of Pragmatics 22, 603-628.

Barber, Charles. (1981) “You” and “thou” in Shakespeare’s Richard III. Leeds Studies in English. New Series XII (1981), 273-289. Reprinted in: Salmon, Vivian, and Edwina Burness (comps.). (1987.) A Reader in the Language of Shakespearean Drama. Amsterdam: John Benjamins,163-177.

Barz, Irmhild, Ulla Fix, Marianne Schröder und Georg Schuppner (Hrsg.). (2000) Sprachgeschichte als Textsortengeschichte. Festschrift zum 65. Geburtstag von Gotthard Lerchner. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.

Bax, Marcel. (1981) Rules for ritual challenges: A speech convention among medieval knights. Journal of Pragmatics 5, 423-444.

Bax, Marcel M.H. (1983) Die lebendige Dimension toter Sprachen. Zur pragmatischen Analyse von Sprachgebrauch in historischen Kontexten. Zeitschrift für germanistische Linguistik 11, 1-21.

Bax, Marcel H. M. (1984) Conversatie-analyse als filologisch instrument. De tweegesprekken in het Oudhoogduitse Hildebrandlied en het Middelnederlande Van den outden Hillebrant. In: J.J.Th.M Tersteeg and P.E.L. Verkuyl (eds.). Ic ga daer ic hebbe te doene. Groningen: Wolters-Noordhoff, 15-44.

Bax, Marcel M.H. (1991) Historische Pragmatik: Eine Herausforderung für die Zukunft. Diachrone Untersuchungen zu pragmatischen Aspekten ritueller Herausforderungen in Texten mittelalterlicher Literatur. In: Dietrich Busse (ed.). Diachrone Semantik und Pragmatik. Untersuchungen zur Erklärung und Beschreibung des Sprachwandels. Tübingen: Niemeyer,197-215.

Bax, Marcel M. H. (1999) Ritual levelling: The balance between the eristic and the contractual motive in hostile verbal encounters in medieval romance and early modern drama. In: Andreas H. Jucker, Gerd Fritz, and Franz Lebsanft (eds.). Historical Dialogue Analysis. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins, 35-80.

Bax, Marcel M. H. (2000) Ritual discord and the contractual framework. An essay on a paradoxical framing device of the Early Modern Theatre and its foundation in oral tradition and mimetic culture. Semiotica 132.1/2, 25-74.

Bax, Marcel. (2001) Historical frame analysis. Hoaxing and make-believe in a seventeenth-century Dutch play. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 2.1, 33-67.

Bax, Marcel. (2002) Rites of rivalry. Ritual interaction and the emergence of indirect language use. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 3.1, 61-106.

Bax, Marcel. (2003) Ritual modes, ritual minds: Introduction to the special issue on ritual language behaviour. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 4.2, 159-170.

Bax, Marcel. (2004) Out of ritual: A semiolinguistic account of the origin and development of indirect language behavior. In: Marcel Bax, Barend van Heusden and Wolfgang Wildgen (eds.). Semiotic Evolution and the Dynamics of Culture. Bern: Peter Lang, 155-213.

Bax, Marcel. (2009) Generic evolution. Ritual, rhetoric, and the rise of discursive rationality. Journal of Pragmatics 41, 780-805.

Bax, Marcel M. H., and T. Padmos. (1983) Two types of verbal dueling in Old Icelandic. The interactional structure of the Senna and the Mannjafathr in Harbarthsljoth. Scandinavian Studies 55, 149-174.

Bax, Marcel, and Nanne Streekstra. (2003) Civil rites: Ritual politeness in early modern Dutch letter-writing. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 4.2, 303-326.

Bech, Kristin. (1998) Pragmatic factors in language change: XVS and XSV clauses in Old and Middle English. Folia Linguistica Historica 19.1/2,79-102

Becker, Monika. (2002) "Yf ye wyll bergayne wullen cloth or othir marchandise...: Bargaining in Early Modern Language Teaching textbooks. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 3.2, 273-297.

Becker, Monika. (2003) Familiar Dialogues in Englissh and Frenche. Sprachliche Interaktion und ihre Vermittlung in der frühen Neuzeit. (FOKUS, Linguistisch-Philologische Studien 26). Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag.

Beeching, Kate (2007) A politeness-theoretic approach to pragmatico-semantic change. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 8.1, 69-108.

Beetz, Manfred. (1990) Frühmoderne Höflichkeit. Komplimentierkunst und Gesellschaftsrituale im altdeutschen Sprachraum. Stuttgart: J. B. Metzlersche Verlagsbuchhandlung.

Beetz, Manfred. (1999) The polite answer in pre-modern German conversation culture. In: Andreas H. Jucker, Gerd Fritz, and Franz Lebsanft (eds.). Historical Dialogue Analysis. (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 66). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 139-166.

ben-Aaron, Diana. (2003) When news isn’t news: The case of national holidays. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 4.1, Special Issue on Media and Language Change, edited by Susan C. Herring, 75-102.

Bentivoglio, Paola. (2003) Spanish forms of address in the sixteenth century. In: Irma Taavitsainen and Andreas H. Jucker (eds.). Diachronic Perspectives on Address Term Systems. (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 107). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 177-191.

Bergner, Heinz. (1992) The pragmatics of medieval texts. In: Dieter Stein (ed.). Cooperating with Written Texts: The Pragmatics and Comprehension of Written Texts. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 163-177.

Bergner, Heinz. (1995) The openness of Medieval texts. In: Andreas H. Jucker (ed.). Historical Pragmatics. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 37-54.

Bergner, Heinz. (1998) Dialogue in Medieval drama. In: Raimund Borgmeier, Herbert Grabes and Andreas H. Jucker (eds.). Anglistentag 1997 Giessen. Proceedings. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 75-83.

Bergs, Alexander T. (2004) Letters: A new approach to text typology. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 5.2, 209-229.

Bergs, Alexander T. (2004) Address pronouns in Late Middle English. In: Alicia Rodríguez Alvarez and Francisco Alonso Almeida (eds.). Voices on the Past. Studies in Old and Middle English Language and Literature. A Coruña, Spain: Netbiblo, 127-138.

Berkenfield, Catie (2006) Pragmatic motivations for the development of evidential and modal meaning in the construction “be supposed to X”. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 7.1, 39-71.

Bernardez, Enrique and Paloma Tejada. (1995) Pragmatic constraints to word order, and word-order change in English. In: Andreas H. Jucker (ed.). Historical Pragmatics. Pragmatic Developments in the History of English. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 217-241

Berry, Francis. (1958) ‘Thou’ and ‘you’ in Shakespeare’s sonnets. Essays in Criticism 8, 138-146.

Bertuccelli Papi, Marcella. (1990) Il costrutto 'il quale avendo' nel Novelliere del Sercambi: cliché sintattico o modulo di organizzazione testuale? Società di Linguistica Italiana (SLI 28) Storia dell’italiano e forme dell’italianizzazione

Bertuccelli Papi, Marcella. (2000) Is a diachronic speech act theory possible? Journal of Historical Pragmatics 1.1, 57-66.

Bertuccelli Papi, Marcella. (n.d.) 'Che' nella prosa Toscana del due-trecento: La prospettiva testuale. In Maurizio Dardano e Pietro Trifone (a cura di) La Sintassi dell’Italiano letterario. Bulzoni.

Betsch, Michael. (1989) Zur Entwicklung des Systems der Anredepronomina im Tschechischen 1700-1850. In: Markus Giger und Björn Wiemer (Hrsg.) Beiträge der Europäischen Slavistischen Linguistik (Polyslav). Band 1. München: Otto Sagner, 37-44.

Betsch, Michael. (2003) The system of Czech bound address form until 1700. In: Irma Taavitsainen and Andreas H. Jucker (eds.). Diachronic Perspectives on Address Term Systems. (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 107). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 125-146.

Betten, Anne. (1990) Zur Problematik der Abgrenzung von Schriftlichkeit und Mündlichkeit bei mittelalterlichen Texten. In: Betten, Anne (ed.). Neuere Forschung zur historischen Syntax des Deutschen: Referate der internationalen Fachkonferenz Eichstätt 1989. (Reihe Germanistische Linguistik 103). Tübingen: Niemeyer, 324-335.

Biber, Douglas. (2004) Historical patterns for the grammatical marking of stance: A cross-register comparison. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 5.1, 107-135.

Biber, Douglas, and Jená Burges. (2000) Historical change in the language use of women and men. Gender differences in dramatic dialogue. Journal of English Linguistics 28.1, 21-37.

Biber, Douglas, and Edward Finegan. (1992) The linguistic evolution of five written and speech-based English genres from the 17th to the 20th centuries. In: Matti Rissanen, Ossi Ihalainen, Terttu Nevalainen, and Irma Taavitsainen (eds.). History of Englishes. New Methods and Interpretations in Historical Linguistics. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 688-704.

Bijkerk, Annemieke. (2004) “Yours sincerely” and “yours affectionately”: On the origin and development of two positive politeness markers. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 5.2, 299-314.

Biletzki, Anat. (1996) Is there a history of pragmatics? Journal of Pragmatics 25, 455-470.

Blake, N. F.  (1996) Essays on Shakespeare's Language. 1st Series. Misterton: The Language Press.

Blake, Norman. (2002) On Shakespeare’s informal language. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 3.2, 179-204.

Blake, Norman. (2002) Forms of address in Hamlet. In: Katja Lenz and Ruth Möhlig (eds.). Of dyuersitie & chaunge of language. Essays Presented to Manfred Görlach on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday. Heidelberg: C. Winter, 305-318.

Blake, N. F. (2002) A Grammar of Shakespeare’s Language. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Blake, Norman F. (2003) Shakespeare’s informal English and modern punctuation. Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses 46, 99-112.

Blank, Andreas, and Peter Koch (eds.). (1999) Historical Semantics and Cognition. (Cognitive Linguistics Research 13). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Blum-Kulka, Shoshana, Menahem Blondheim and Gonen Hacohen. (2002) Traditions of dispute: From negotiations of talmudic texts to the arena of political discourse in the media. Journal of Pragmatics 34, 1569-1594.

Böhm, Annemarie. (1936) Entwicklungsgeschichte der englischen Titel und Anreden seit dem 16. Jahrhundert. PhD Dissertation. Berlin: Brandenburgische Buchdruckerei.

Bonner, Maria, and Kaaren Grimstad. (1996) Munu vit ekki at +tví sættask: A closer look at dialogues in Hrafnkels saga. Arkiv för nordisk filologi 111, 5-26.

Bös, Birte (2007) _What do you lacke? what is it you buy?_: Early Modern English service encounters. In: Susan M. Fitzmaurice and Irma Taavitsainen (eds.). Methodological Issues in Historical Pragmatics. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 219-240.

Breuer, Horst. (1983) Titel und Anreden bei Shakespeare und in der Shakespearezeit. Anglia 101, 49-77.

Brinton, Laurel. (1990) The development of discourse markers in English. In: Jacek Fisiak (ed.). Historical Linguistics and Philology. (Trends in Linuistics, Studies and Monographs 46). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 45-71.

Brinton, Laurel. (1990) The stylistic function of ME gan reconsidered. In Sylvia M. Adamson, Vivien Law, Nigel Vincent, and Susan Wright (eds.). Papers from the 5th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics. (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 65). Amsterdam: Benjamins, 31-53.

Brinton, Laurel J. (1995) Pragmatic markers in a diachronic perspective. In: Jocelyn Ahlers, Leela Bilmes, Joshua S. Guenter, Barbara A. Kaiser, and Ju Namkung (eds.). Proceedings of the Twenty-First Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, February 17-20, General Session and Parasession on Historical Issues in Sociolinguistics / Social Issues in Historical Linguistics. Berkley: Berkley Linguistics Society, 377-388.

Brinton, Laurel J. (1996) Pragmatic Markers in English. Grammaticalization and Discourse Functions. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Brinton, Laurel. (1998) 'The flowers are lovely; only, they have no scent.': The evolution of a pragmatic marker in English. In: Raimund Borgmeier, Herbert Grabes and Andreas H. Jucker (eds.). Anglistentag 1997 Giessen. Proceedings. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 9-33.

Brinton, Laurel J. (2000) The importance of discourse types in grammaticalization: The case of ‘anon’. In: Herring, Susan C., Pieter van Reenen and Lene Schosler (eds.). Textual Parameters in Older Languages. (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: Benjamins, 139-162.

Brinton, Laurel J. (2001) Historical discourse analysis. In: Deborah Schiffrin,  Deborah Tannen and Heidi E. Hamilton (eds.). The Handbook of Discourse Analysis. Oxford: Blackwell, 138-160.

Brinton, Laurel J. (2001) From matrix clause to pragmatic marker. The history of ‘look’-forms. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 2.2, 177-199.

Brinton, Laurel J. (2005) Processes underlying the development of pragmatic markers: The case of (I) say. In: Janne Skaffari, Matti Peikola, Ruth Carroll, Risto Hiltunen and Brita Wårvik (eds.). Opening Windows on Texts and Discourses of the Past. (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 134). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 279-299.

Brinton, Laurel. (2006) Pathways in the development of pragmatic markers in English. In: Ans van Kemenade and Bettelou Los (eds.). The Handbook of The History of English. Oxford: Blackwell, 307-334.

Brinton, Laurel J. (2007) The development of _I mean_: Implications for the study of historical pragmatics. In: Susan M. Fitzmaurice and Irma Taavitsainen (eds.). Methodological Issues in Historical Pragmatics. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 37-79.

Brinton, Laurel J. (2008) The Comment Clause in English. Syntactic Origins and Pragmatic Developments.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Bromhead, Helen. (2009) The Reign of Truth and Faith. Epistemic Expressions in 16th and 17th Century English. (Topics in English Linguistics 62). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Brönnimann-Egger, Werner. (1991) The Friendly Reader. Modes of Cooperation between Eighteenth-Century English Poets and Their Audiences. Tübingen: Stauffenburg Verlag.

Brown, Roger, and Albert Gilman. (1989) Politeness theory and Shakespeare's four major tragedies. Language in Society 18.2, 159-212.

Brownlees, Nicholas (1999) Corantos and Newsbooks: Language and Discourse in the First English Newspapers (1620-1641). Pisa: Edizioni ETS.

Brownlees, Nicholas (ed.). (2006) News Discourse in Early Modern Britain. Selected Papers of CHINED 2004. Bern: Peter Lang.

Brownlees, Nicholas. (2006) Gerrard Winstanley and radical political discourse in Cromwellian England. In: Marina Dossena and Irma Taavitsainen (eds.). Diachronic Perspectives on Domain-Specific English. (Studies in Language and Communication 40). Bern: Peter Lang, 19-39.

Brownlees, Nicholas. (2006) Introduction. In: Nicholas Brownlees (ed.). News Discourse in Early Modern Britain. Selected Papers of CHINED 2004. Bern: Peter Lang, 7-14.

Brownlees, Nicholas. (2006) Spoken discourse in Early English newspapers. In: Joad Raymond (ed.). News Networks in Seventeenth Century Britain and Europe. London: Routledge, 67-83.

Bruti, Silvia. (2000) Address pronouns in Shakespeare’s English: A re-appraisal in terms of markedness. In: Dieter Kastovsky and Arthur Mettinger (eds.). The History of English in a Social Context. A Contribution to Historical Sociolinguistics. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 25-51.

Bruti, Silvia. (2004) Modal competence and misunderstandings in “The Merry Wives of Windsor”. In: Karin Aijmer (ed.). Dialogue Analysis VIII: Understanding and Misunderstanding in Dialogue. Selected Papers from the 8th IADA Conference Göteborg 2001. Tübingen: Niemeyer, 87-102.

Burger, Harald. (1980) Interjektionen. In: Horst Sitta (ed.). Ansätze zu einer pragmatischen Sprachgeschichte. Zürcher Kolloquium 1978. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer, 53-69.

Burke, Peter. (1993) The Art of Conversation. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Burke, Peter, and Roy Porter (eds.). (1987) The Social History of Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Burke, Peter, and Roy Porter (eds.). (1991) Language, Self, and Society. A Social History of Language. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Burnley, David. (2003) The T/V pronouns in later Middle English literature. In: Irma Taavitsainen and Andreas H. Jucker (eds.). Diachronic Perspectives on Address Term Systems. (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 107). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 27-45.

Busse, Dietrich (ed.). (1991) Diachrone Semantik und Pragmatik. Untersuchungen zur Erklärung und Beschreibung des Sprachwandels. Tübingen: Niemeyer.

Busse, Ulrich. (1998) Forms of address in Shakespeare's plays: Problems and findings. In: Schulze, Rainer (ed.). Making Meaningful Choices in English. On Dimensions, Perspectives, Methodology and Evidence. Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 33-60.

Busse, Ulrich. (1998) "Stand, sir, and throw us that you have about ye". Zur Grammatik und Pragmatik des Anredepronomens "ye" in Shakespeares Dramen. In: Eberhard Klein and Stefan J. Schierholz (eds.). Betrachtungen zum Wort. Lexik im Spannungsfeld von Syntax, Semantik und Pragmatik. Tübingen: Stauffenburg Verlag, 85-115.

Busse, Ulrich. (1999) "Prithee now, say you will, and go about it." Prithee vs. pray you as discourse markers in the Shakespeare Corpus. In: Fritz-Wilhelm Neumann and Sabine Schülting (eds.). Anglistentag 1998 Erfurt. Proceedings. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 485-500.

Busse, Ulrich. (2000) The Function of Linguistic Variation in the Shakespeare Corpus. A Study of the Morpho-syntactic Variability of the Address Pronouns and their Socio-historical and Pragmatic Implications. Habilitationsschrift Universität Osnabrück.

Busse, Ulrich. (2001) The use of address pronouns in Shakespeare’s plays and sonnets. In: Hennig Andersen (ed.). Actualization. Linguistic Change in Progress. (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 219). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 119-142.

Busse, Ulrich. (2002) Linguistic Variation in the Shakespeare Corpus. Morpho-Syntactic Variability of Second Person Pronouns. (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 106). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Busse, Ulrich. (2002) Changing politeness strategies in English requests: A diachronic investigation. In: Jacek Fisiak (ed.). Studies in English Historical Linguistics and Philology: A Festschrift for Akio Oizumi. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang 17-35.

Busse, Ulrich. (2003) The co-occurrence of nominal and pronominal address forms in the Shakespeare Corpus: Who says thou or you to whom? In: Irma Taavitsainen and Andreas H. Jucker (eds.). Diachronic Perspectives on Address Term Systems. (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 107). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 193-221.

Busse, Beatrix. (2006) Vocative Constructions in the Language of Shakespeare. (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 150). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Busse Ulrich. (2008) An inventory of directives in Shakespeare’s King Lear. In: Andreas H. Jucker and Irma Taavitsainen (eds.). Speech Act History of English. (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 176). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 85-114.

Bybee, Joan. (2003) Mechanisms of change in grammaticalization: The role of frequency. In: Brian D. Joseph and Richard D. Janda (eds.). The Handbook of Historical Linguistics. Oxford: Blackwell, 602-623.

Calvo, Clara. (1992) Pronouns of Address and Social Negotiation in 'As You Like It'. Language and Literature 1:1, 5-27.

Carroll, Ruth. (2003) Recipes for laces: An example of a Middle English discourse colony. In: Risto Hiltunen and Janne Skaffari (eds.). Discourse Perspectives on English. Medieval to Modern. (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 119). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 137-165.

Carroll, Ruth. (2009) Vague language in the medieval recipes of the Forme of Cury. In: Matti Peikola, Janne Skaffari and Sanna-Kaisa Tanskanen (eds.). Instructional Writing in English. Studies in Honour of Risto Hiltunen. (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 189). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 55-82.

Carroll, Ruth, and Janne Skaffari. (2002) Historical perspectives on text, discourse and pragmatics. The European English Messenger 11.2, 48-52.

Cerquiglini, Bernard. (1981) La parole médiéval. Paris.

Chaemsaithong, Krisda (2009) Re-visiting Salem: Self-face and self-politeness in the Salem witchcraft trials. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 10.1, 56-83.

Cherubim, Dieter. (1984) Sprachgeschichte im Zeichen der linguistischen Pragmatik. In:  Werner Besch, Oskar Reichmann, und Stefan Sonderegger (Hrsg.). Sprachgeschichte, Band 1. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 802-815.

Claridge, Claudia. (2005) Questions in Early Modern English pamphlets. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 6.1, 133-168.

Collins, Daniel E. (2001) Reanimated Voices. Speech Reporting in a Historical-Pragmatic Perspective.  (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 85).  Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Collins, Daniel E. (2006) Speech reporting and the suppression of orality in seventeenth-century Russian trial dossiers. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 7.2, Special Issue on Historical Courtroom Discourse, edited by Barbara Kryk-Kastovsky, 265-292.

Collins, Daniel E. (2009) Indirectness in legal speech acts: An argument against the Out of Ritual hypothesis. Journal of Pragmatics 41, 427-439.

Company Company, Concepción. (2008) The directionality of grammaticalization in Spanish. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 9.2, 200-224.

Cotter, Colleen. (2003) Prescription and practice: Motivations behind change in news discourse. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 4.1, Special Issue on Media and Language Change, edited by Susan C. Herring, 45-74.

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