Items where Author is "Marcus, Imogen"

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Sylvester, Louise, Marcus, Imogen and Ingham, Richard (2016) A Bilingual Thesaurus of Everyday Life in Medieval England: Some Issues at the Interface of Semantics and Lexicography. International Journal of Lexicography. ISSN 1477-4577 DOI

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Marcus, Imogen (2019) Chapter 3 'Bess’s use of language'. In: Hopkins, Lisa (ed). Bess of Hardwick: New Perspectives. Manchester University Press, Manchester. ISBN 978-1526101297

Sylvester, Louise and Marcus, Imogen (2017) STUDYING FRENCH-ORIGIN MIDDLE ENGLISH LEXIS USING THE BILINGUAL THESAURUS OF MEDIEVAL ENGLAND: A COMPARISON OF THE VOCABULARY OF TWO OCCUPATIONAL DOMAINS. In: Louviot, Elise and Delesse, Catherine (eds). Studies in Language Variation and Change 2: Shifts Switching and Alternating Patterns in the History of English. Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle upon Tyne. ISBN 978-1-5275-0030-3

Marcus, Imogen (2017) Whose Letters Are They Anyway? Addressing the Issue of Scribal Writing in Bess of Hardwick’s Early Modern English Letters. In: Mostert, Marco (ed). Reading the Page: Verbal and Visual Communication in Early English Texts. Brepols, Utrecht Studies in Medieval Literacy (as USML 37). ISBN 978-2-503-57464-6

Ingham, Richard and Marcus, Imogen (2016) Vernacular Bilingualism in Professional Spaces, 1200 to 1400. In: Classen, Albrecht (ed). Multilingualism in the middle ages and early modern age; communication and miscommunication in the premodern world. De Gruyter, pp. 145-165. ISBN 9783110470963

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Ingham, Richard, Sylvester, Louise and Marcus, Imogen (2017) Penetration of French-origin lexis in Middle English occupational domains. International Conference of Historical Linguistics, 27/07/2015-31/07/2015, Naples, Italy, ISSN 0304-0763. (In Press)