PUBLICATIONS

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2015. Brownlees, Nicholas. "We have in some former bookes told you": The significance of metatext in 17th-century English news In Birte Bös and Lucia Kornexl (eds.). Changing Genre Conventions in Historical English News Discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins 3-22
2015. Claridge, Claudia. News in space and time. In Birte Bös and Lucia Kornexl (eds.). Changing Genre Conventions in Historical English News Discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins 55-79.
2015. Palander-Collin, Minna Changing genre conventions and sociocultural change: Person-mention in 19th-century English advertisements. In Birte Bös and Lucia Kornexl (eds.). Changing Genre Conventions in Historical English News Discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins 81-102.
2015. Borde, Sarah. Late Modern English death notices: Transformations of a traditional text type. In Birte Bös and Lucia Kornexl (eds.). Changing Genre Conventions in Historical English News Discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins 103-133.
2015. Taavitsainen, Irma. Medical news in England 1665-1800 in journals for professional and lay audiences. In Birte Bös and Lucia Kornexl (eds.). Changing Genre Conventions in Historical English News Discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins 135-159.
2015. Cecconi, Elisabetta. Comparing discourse construction in 17th-century news genres: A case study of murder reports In Birte Bös and Lucia Kornexl (eds.). Changing Genre Conventions in Historical English News Discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins 163-190.
2015. Haselow, Alexander. Speech-like syntax in written texts: Changing syntactic conventions in news discourse. In Birte Bös and Lucia Kornexl (eds.). Changing Genre Conventions in Historical English News Discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins 191-221.
2015. Ermida, Isabel. Playing upon news genre conventions: The case of Mark Twain's news satire. In Birte Bös and Lucia Kornexl (eds.). Changing Genre Conventions in Historical English News Discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins 223-249.
2015 (2012). Bös, Birte. From 1760 to 1960: Diversification and Popularization. In Roberta Facchinetti, Nicholas Brownlees, Birte Bös and Udo Fries (eds.). News as Changing Texts: Corpora, Methodologies and Analysis. 2nd edition. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 91-143.
2015 (2012). Fries, Udo. Newspapers from 1665 to 1765. In Roberta Facchinetti, Nicholas Brownlees, Birte Bös and Udo Fries. News as Changing Texts: Corpora, Methodologies and Analysis. 2nd edition. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 49-89.
2015 (2012). Brownlees, Nicholas. The beginnings of periodical news (1620-1665). In Roberta Facchinetti, Nicholas Brownlees, Birte Bös and Udo Fries. News as Changing Texts: Corpora, Methodologies and Analysis. 2nd edition. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 5-47.
2015 (2012). Facchinetti, Roberta, Nicholas Brownlees, Birte Bös and Udo Fries. News as Changing Texts: Corpora, Methodologies and Analysis. (2nd edition) Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 236.
2015 (2012) Facchinetti, Roberta. News writing from the 1960s to the present day. In Roberta Facchinetti, Nicholas Brownlees, Birte Bös, Udo Fries. News as Changing Texts: Corpora, Methodologies and Analysis. (2nd edition) Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 145-197.
2015 Bös, Birte and Lucia Kornexl (eds.) Changing Genre Conventions in Historical English News Discourse Amsterdam: John Benjamins 254
2015 Bös, Birte. Conceptualisations, sources and agents of news: Key terms as signposts of changing journalistic practices In Birte Bös and Lucia Kornexl (eds.). Changing Genre Conventions in Historical English News Discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins 23-51
2014. Pettegree, Andrew. The Invention of News: How the World Came to Know about Itself. New Haven: Yale University Press.
2014. Brownlees, Nicholas. The Constraints and Exploitation of Textual Space in the Seventeenth-Century Periodical Press. In: J. Bamford, F. Poppi, D. Mazzi (eds.). Space, Place and the Discursive Construction of Identity. Bern: Peter Lang, 135-156.
2014, 2nd edition [2011] Brownlees, Nicholas. The Language of Periodical News in Seventeenth-Century England. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 244.
2013. Barker, Sara and Hosington, Brenda M (eds.). Renaissance Cultural Crossroads: Translation, Print and Culture in Britain, 1473-1640. Leiden, Brill,
2013. Barker, Sara. "Newes Lately Come": European News Books in English Translation. In Barker, Sara and Hosington, Brenda (eds.). Renaissance Cultural Crossroads: Translation, Print and Culture in Britain, 1473-1640. Leiden: Brill. 227-244.
2012. Brownlees, Nicholas. Reporting the news in English and Italian personal newsletters. In Marina Dossena and Gabriella Del Lungo Camiciotti (eds.). Letter Writing in Late Modern Europe. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 121-138.
2012. Taavitsainen, Irma. New Perspectives, Theories and Methods: Historical pragmatics. In Bergs, Alexander and Brinton, Laurel, J. (eds.). English Historical Linguistics: An International Handbook. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 1457-1474.
2012. Dossena, Marina and Gabriella Del Lungo Camiciotti (eds.). Letter Writing in Late Modern Europe. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
2012. Ermida, Isabel. News satire in the press: Linguistic construction of humour in spoof news articles. In Chovanec, Jan e Ermida, Isabel (eds.). Language and Humour in the Media. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
2012. Palander-Collin, M. Social roles, identities, and networks. In Nevalainen, T. & Closs Traugott, E. (eds.). The Oxford Handbook of the History of English. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
2012. Percy, Carol. Early advertising and newspapers as sources of sociolinguistic investigation. In J.M. Hernández-Campoy and J. C. Conde-Silvestre (eds.). The Handbook of Historical Sociolinguistics. Chichester, United Kingdom: Wiley-Blackwell. 191-210.
2012. Włodarczyk, Matylda. Early Nineteenth-Century Advertisements in the South African Commercial Advertiser: Global Scheme and Advertiser Presentation. Lodz Papers in Pragmatics 8.2. 265–288.
2011. Espejo, Carmen. European Communication Networks in the Early Modern Age: a new framework of interpretation for the birth of journalism. Media History, Vol. 17, 2. 189-202.
2011 McIntyre, Dan and Brian Walker Discourse presentation in Early Modern English writing: a preliminary corpus-based investigation. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 16 (1). 101-130.
2010c. Brownlees, Nicholas. WATCHing and OBSERVing in a historical news corpus (1641-1741). In Laura Pinnavaia and Nicholas Brownlees (eds.). Insights into English and Germanic Lexicology and Lexicography: Past and Present Perspectives. Monza: Polimetrica. 103-113.
2010b. Fries, Udo. Sentence Length, Sentence Complexity and the Noun Phrase in 18th-Century News Publications. In Merja Kytö, John Scahill and Harumi Tanabe (eds.). Language Change and Variation from Old English to Late Modern English. A Festschrift for Minoji Akimoto. (Linguistic Insights, vol. 114). Bern: Peter Lang. 21-33.
2010b. Brownlees, Nicholas. Narrating contemporaneity: Text and structure in English news. In Brendan Dooley (ed.), The Dissemination of News and the Emergence of Contemporaneity in Early Modern Europe. Farnham: Ashgate. 225-250.
2010a. Fries, Udo. Identifying Diversity in English Newspapers in 1701. In Nicholas Brownlees, Gabriella Del Lungo and John Denton (eds.). The Language of Public and Private Communication in a Historical Perspective. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 213-227.
2010a. Brownlees, Nicholas. Capt. Badiley’s Answer Unto Capt. Appleton’s Remonstrance (1653): The Recontextualisation in Print Of Private Correspondence. In Nicholas Brownlees, Gabriella Del Lungo And John Denton (Eds.), The Language Of Public And Private Communication In A Historical Perspective. Newcastle-Upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 194-215
2010. Bös, Birte. Dialogic quotation patterns in historical news reports. In Nicholas Brownlees, Gabriella del Lungo, and John Denton (eds.). The Language of Public and Private Communication in a Historical Perspective. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 228-244
2010. Conboy, Martin. The Language of Newspapers: Social-historical Perspectives. London: Continuum.
2010. Dooley, Brendan. (ed.). The Dissemination of News and the Emergence of Contemporaneity in Early Modern Europe. Farnham: Ashgate.
2010. Infelise, Mario. News networks between Italy and Europe. In Brendan Dooley (ed.), The Dissemination of News and the Emergence of Contemporaneity in Early Modern Europe. Farnham: Ashgate. 51-67.
2010. Pettegree, Andrew. The Book in the Renaissance. New Haven and London: Yale University Press.
2010. Jucker, Andreas H. and Taavitasinen, I. (eds.) Historical Pragmatics. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
2010. Palander-Collin, Minna. Correspondence. In Jucker, A. & Taavitsainen, I. (eds.). Handbook of Pragmatics: Historical Pragmatics. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 677–703.
2010. Gotti, Maurizio. Transforming Private Correspondence into Public News: the Distribution of Scientific Information through Letter Writing in 17th-century England. In Cottone, Margherita and Chiavetta, Eleonora (eds.). La scrittura epistolare in Europa dal Medioevo ai nostri giorni. Acireale: Bonanno. 15-29.
2010 Claridge, Claudia News Discourse In Andreas H. Jucker and Irma Taavitsainen (eds.). Historical Pragmatics. Berlin/ New York: De Gruyter Mouton 588-620
2009b. Brownlees, Nicholas. “Alwayes in te Orbe of honest Mirth, and next to Truth”: Proto-infotainment in the Welch Mercury. In Andreas H. Jucker (ed.), Early Modern English News Discourse: Newspapers, Pamphlets and Scientific News Discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 57-72.
2009a. Brownlees, Nicholas. Welsh English in English Civil War pamphlets. In Marina Dossena and Roger Lass (eds.), Studies in English and European Historical Dialectology. Bern: Peter Lang. 209-232.
2009. Bös, Birte. 'Place yer bets' and 'Let us hope': Imperatives and their pragmatic functions in news reports. In Andreas Jucker (ed.). Early Modern English News Discourse: Newspapers, Pamphlets and Scientific News Discourse. Amsterdam: Benjamins. 115-133
2009. Fries, Udo. Crime and Punishment. In Andreas H. Jucker (ed.). Early Modern English News Discourse: Newspapers, Pamphlets and Scientific News Discourse. (Pragmatics and Beyond, New Series, vol. 187). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 13-30.
2009. Prentice, Sheryl and Andrew Hardie. Empowerment and disempowerment in the Glencairn Uprising: A corpus-based critical analysis of early modern English news discourse. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 10/1. 23-55.
2009. Levorato, Alessandra. “Be steady then, my countrymen, be firm, united and determined”: Expressions of stance in the 1798-1800 Irish paper war. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 10/1. 132-157.
2009. Cecconi, Elisabetta. Comparing seventeenth-century news broadsides and occasional news pamphlets: Interrelatedness in news reporting. In Andreas H. Jucker (ed.). Early Modern English News Discourse: Newspapers, Pamphlets and Scientific News Discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 137-158.
2009. Cecconi, Elisabetta. “Ye Tories round the nation”: An analysis of markers of interactive-involved discourse in 17th century political broadside ballads. The Nordic Journal of English Studies 8/3. 59-85.
2009. Claridge, Claudia. "As silly as an Irish Teague". Comparisons in early English news discourse. In Jucker, Andreas H. (ed.). Early Modern English News Discourse: Newspapers, Pamphlets and Scientific News Discourse. Amsterdam:John Benjamins. 91-114.
2009. Kohnen, Thomas. Religious language in early English newspapers? In Jucker, Andreas H. (ed.). Early Modern English News Discourse: Newspapers, Pamphlets and Scientific News Discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 73-90.
2009. Jucker, Andreas H. Newspapers, pamphlets and scientific news discourse in Early Modern Britain. In Jucker, Andreas H. (ed.). Early Modern English News Discourse: Newspapers, Pamphlets and Scientific News Discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 1-12.
2009. Levorato, Alessandra. "From you, my Lord, professions are but words - they are so much bait for fools to catch at": Impoliteness strategies in the 1797-1800 Act of Union pamphlet debate. In Jucker, Andreas H. (ed.). Early Modern English News Discourse: Newspapers, Pamphlets and Scientific News Discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 159-188.
2009. Moessner, Lilo. News filtering processes in the Philosophical Transactions. In Jucker, Andreas H. (ed.). Early Modern English News Discourse: Newspapers, Pamphlets and Scientific News Discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 205-222.
2009. Wright, Laura. Reading the late eighteenth-century want ads. In Jucker, Andreas H. (ed.). Early Modern English News Discourse: Newspapers, Pamphlets and Scientific News Discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 31-56.
2009 Jucker, Andreas H. (ed.). Early Modern English News Discourse: Newspapers, Pamphlets and Scientific News Discourse. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
2009 Taavitsainen, Irma Joyful news out of the newfound world: Medical and scientific news reports in Early Modern England Jucker, Andreas H. (ed.). Early modern English news discourse: newspapers, pamphlets and scientific news discourse. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 189-204.
2008. Fries, Udo. Shipping News. Studia Anglica Posnaniensia 44. 329-338.
2008. Studer, Patrick. Historical Corpus Stylistics. Media, Technology and Change. London: Continuum.
2008. Randall, David. Epistolary rhetoric, the newspaper, and the public sphere. Past and Present 198 (1). 3-32.
2007. Fries, Udo. Foreign Words in Early English Newspapers. In Ute Smit, Stefan Dollinger, Julia Hüttner, Gunther Kaltenböck and Ursula Lutzky (eds.). Tracing English through Time. Explorations in Language Variation. (Austrian Studies in English 95). Wien: Braumüller. 115-132.
2006b. Fries, Udo. ‘Tis said, the Apostrophe and the Importance of Innsbruck in Early English Newspapers. In Christian Mair and Reinhard Heuberger in Collaboration with Josef Wallmannsberger (eds.). Corpora and the History of English. Papers Dedicated to Manfred Markus on the Occasion of His Sixty-Fifth Birthday. (Anglistische Forschungen 363). Heidelberg: Winter. 101-114.
2006a. Fries, Udo. Death Notices: The Birth of a Genre. In Roberta Facchinetti and Matti Rissanen (eds.). Corpus-based Studies of Diachronic English. (Linguistic Insights, vol. 31). Bern: Peter Lang. 157-170.
2006. Fries, Udo and Hans Martin Lehmann. The Style of 18th-Century English Newspapers. Lexical Diversity. In Nicholas Brownlees (ed.). News Discourse in Early Modern Britain. Selected Papers of CHINED 2004. (Linguistic Insights, vol. 30). Bern: Peter Lang. 91-104.
2006. Brownlees, Nicholas. Polemic and propaganda in Civil War news discourse. In Nicholas Brownlees (ed.), News Discourse in Early Modern Britain. Bern: Peter Lang. 17-39.
2006. Gotti, Maurizio. Communal correspondence in early modern English: The Philosophical Transactions network. In Marina Dossena and Susan M. Fitzmaurice (eds.), Business and Official Correspondence: Historical Investigations. Bern: Peter Lang. 17-46.
2006. Kermas, Susan. From Herbal to Advert. In Nicholas Brownlees (ed.), News Discourse in Early Modern Britain. Bern: Peter Lang. 175-197.
2006. Wright, Laura. Street addresses and directions in mid-eighteenth century London newspaper advertisements. In Nicholas Brownlees (ed.). News Discourse in Early Modern Britain. Bern: Peter Lang. 199-215.
2006. Gotti, Maurizio. Disseminating Early Modern Science: Specialized News Discourse in the Philosophical Transactions. In Brownlees, Nicholas (ed.). News Discourse in Early Modern Britain. Bern: Peter Lang. 41-70.
2006. Valle, Ellen. Reporting the Doings of the Curious: Authors and Editors in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. In Brownlees, Nicholas (ed.). News Discourse in Early Modern Britain. Bern: Peter Lang. 71-90.
2006. Wainwright, Valerie. "To Smite Friendly and Reprove": The Seven Years War and the Critical Review. In Brownlees, Nicholas (ed.). News Discourse in Early Modern Britain. Bern: Peter Lang. 149-174.
2006. Dossena, Marina. Forms of argumentation and verbal aggression in the Darien pamphlets. In Brownlees, Nicholas (ed.). News Discourse in Early Modern Britain. Bern: Peter Lang. 235-254.
2006. McKim, Anne M. Adapting news and making history: Daniel Defoe and the 1707 Union. In Brownlees, Nicholas (ed.). News Discourse in Early Modern Britain. Bern: Peter Lang. 255-272.
2006. Levorato, Alessandra. Wisdom, moderation and propaganda in the Act of Union debate of 1801. In Brownlees, Nicholas (ed.). News Discourse in Early Modern Britain. Bern: Peter Lang. 273-296.
2006. Jucker, Andreas H. "but 'tis believed that...": Speech and thought presentation in Early English newspapers. In Brownlees, Nicholas (ed.). News Discourse in Early Modern Britain. Bern: Peter Lang. 105-125.
2006. Keller, Caren auf dem. Changes in textual structures of book advertisements in the ZEN corpus. In Antoniette and Andrew Kehoe (eds.). The Changing Face of Corpus Linguistics. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 143-162.
2005. Brownlees, Nicholas. Spoken discourse in early English newspapers. In Joad Raymond (ed.), News Networks in Seventeenth-Century Britain and Europe. London: Routledge. 67-83.
2005. Jucker, Andreas H. Mass media communication from the seventeenth to the twenty-first century. In Janne Skaffari et al. (eds.). Opening Windows on Texts and Discourses of the Past. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 7-21.
2005. Raymond, Joad (ed.). News Networks in Seventeenth-Century Britain and Europe. London: Routledge.
2005. Schneider, Gary. The Culture of Epistolarity: Vernacular Letters and Letter Writing in Early Modern England 1500-1700. Newark: University of Delaware.
2005. Arblaster, Paul. Posts, newsletters, newspapers: England in a European system of communications. In Joad Raymond (ed.). News Networks in Seventeenth-Century Britain and Europe. London: Routledge. 19-34.
2005 Gotti, Maurizio Advertising discourse in 18th-century English newspapers In Janne Skaffari et al. (eds.), Opening Windows on Texts and Discourse of the Past. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins 23-38.
2005 Claridge, Claudia Questions in early modern English pamphlets Journal of Historical Pragmatics 6/1 133-168
2004. Peacey, Jason. Politicians and Pamphleteers: Propaganda during the English Civil Wars and Interregnum. Aldershot: Ashgate.
2004. Percy, Carol. Consumers of correctness: men, women, and language in eighteenth-century classified advertisements. In C. Kay, S. Horobin, and J. Smith (eds.). New Perspectives on English Historical Linguistics: Selected Papers from 12th ICEHL, Glasgow. 21-26 August 2002 (vol 1). Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 252. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 153-176.
2003. Raymond, Joad. Pamphlets and Pamphleteering in Early Modern Britain. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
2002. Görlach, M. A linguistic history of advertising 1700-1890. In Teresa Fanego et al. (eds.), Sounds, Words, Texts and Change. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 83-104.
2002. Nevalainen, Terttu English newsletters in the 17th century. In Andreas Fischer, Gunnel Tottie, and Hans M. Lehmann (eds.), Text Types and Corpora. Tubingen: Gunter Narr Verlag. 67-76.
2002. Ungerer, Friedrich. When news stories are no longer just stories: The emergence of the top-down structure in news reports in English newspapers. In Andreas Fischer, Gunnel Tottie, Hans Martin Lehmann (eds.). Text Types and Corpora. Studies in Honour of Udo Fries. Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag. 91-104.
2002. Westin, Ingrid. Language Change in English Newspaper Editorials. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
2002 Fries, Udo Letters in Early English Newspapers. In Katja Lenz and Ruth Möhlig (eds.). Of Dyuersitie & Chaunge of Language: Essays Presented to Manfred Görlach on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday.(Anglistische Forschungen 308). Heidelberg: C. Winter 276-289
2001. Fries, Udo. Text Classes in Early English Newspapers. EJES, European Journal of English Studies, 5/2. 167-180.
2001. Dooley, Brendan and Sabrina Baron (eds.). The Politics of Information in Early Modern Europe. London: Routledge.
2001. Fritz, Gerd. Text types in a new medium. The first newspapers (1609). Journal of Historical Pragmatics 2:1. 69-83.
2000. Fries, Udo and Peter Schneider. ZEN: Preparing the Zurich English Newspaper Corpus. In Friedrich Ungerer (ed.), English Media Texts—Past and Present, Language and Textual Structure. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 3-24.
2000. Gieszinger, S. Two hundred years of advertising in the Times. In Friedrich Ungerer (ed.), English Media Texts—Past and Present, Language and Textual Structure. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 85-109.
2000. Schneider, Kristina. The emergence and development of headlines in British newspapers. In Friedrich Ungerer (ed.), English Media Texts—Past and Present, Language and Textual Structure. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 45-65.
2000. Ungerer, Friedrich. News stories and news events. A changing relationship. In Ungerer, Friedrich (ed.), English Media Texts—Past and Present, Language and Textual Structure. Amsterdam: Benjamins. 177-195.
2000 Claridge, Claudia Pamphlets and early newspapers: Political interaction vs. news reporting In Friedrich Ungerer (ed.), English Media Texts—Past and Present. Language and Textual Structure Amsterdam: John Benjamins 25-43.
1999. Raymond, Joad. The newspaper, public opinion, and the public sphere in the seventeenth century. In Joad Raymond (ed.), News, Newspapers and Society in Early Modern Britain. London: Frank Cass. 109-140.
1999 Ferdinand, Christine. Constructing the frameworks of desire: How newspapers sold books in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. In Joad Raymond (ed.), News, Newspapers and Society in Early Modern Britain 1999. Ilford, Essex: Frank Cass. 157-175
1997b. Fries, Udo. Electuarium Mirabile: praise in 18th-century medical advertisements. In Jan Aarts, Inge de Mönnink and Herman Wekker† (eds.). Studies in English Language and Teaching. Amsterdam: Rodopi. 57-73
1997a. Fries, Udo. The vocabulary of ZEN: Implications for the compilation of a corpus. In Raymond Hickey, Merja Kytö, Ian Lancashire, and Matti Rissanen (eds.). Tracing the Trail of Time. Proceedings from the Second Diachronic Corpora Workshop. (Language and Computers: Studies in Practical Linguistics 18). Amsterdam: Rodopi. 153-166.
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