Professor Jane Stuart-Smith

  • Professor (English Language and Linguistics)

telephone: 01413306852
email: Jane.Stuart-Smith@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

Research interests

General

  • Phonetics
  • Sociophonetics
  • Laboratory Phonology
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Historical linguistics

Specific

Biography

My first degree was in Classics at University College London, where I also studied Sanskrit and Comparative Philology with Paddy Considine. After working in publishing (Pergamon Press; Oxford University Press, OUP), I went to Oxford University and took the MPhil in Comparative Philology and General Linguistics (1991), and then a DPhil (1996) in historical phonology. My work was the first to apply contemporary phonetic theory to a set of sound changes reconstructed from Proto-Indo-European into the ancient languages of Italy (Phonetics and Philology, OUP 2004). During my MPhil, I was introduced to Experimental Phonetics and Sociolinguistics, especially Language Variation and Change, and I shifted my research focus to observing sound change in progress and understanding how sounds convey and reflect social meaning. This perspective was broadened by my work as an ESRC Research Fellow on a psycholinguistic research project on bilingualism and literacy acquisition in young Panjabi-English speaking-children, at the School of Education at the University of Birmingham (1996).

In 1997 I moved to north to Glasgow, where - with Mike MacMahon, Rachel Smith, and our postdocs and research students - I established the lively research group at the Glasgow University Laboratory of Phonetics (GULP).  A highlight for us all was hosting the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, ICPhS 2015, at the SECC, in Glasgow (10-14 August 2015), with our Scottish phonetics colleagues from the Universities of Edinburgh, Strathclyde and Queen Margaret University Edinburgh, which encouraged over a thousand of the world's phoneticians to come to Scotland for a stimulating and enjoyable conference.

My research considers the many relationships between speech and society, including:

Academic positions

  • 2013-: Professor of Phonetics and Sociolinguistics, University of Glasgow
  • 1998-: Director, Glasgow University Laboratory of Phonetics (GULP)
  • 2005-13: Reader in English Language, University of Glasgow
  • 1997-2005: Lecturer in English Language, University of Glasgow
  • 1996: ESRC Research Fellow, School of Education, University of Birmingham (Phonological processing and literacy skills in bilingual/biliterate children; Principal Investigator: D.M.Martin)

Education

  • 1983-6: University College London: First Class B.A. Honours degree in Classics
  • 1989-91: M.Phil in General Linguistics and Comparative Philology, Christ Church, Oxford (Supervisor: Anna Morpurgo Davies, Somerville College; British Academy, 1989-91)
  • 1991-6: D.Phil. in Historical Phonology The development of the Indo-European voiced aspirates in Italic: A philological and phonetic assessment (Supervisors: J. H. W. Penney, Wolfson College, John Coleman, Director of Phonetics Laboratory, Oxford University; British Academy, 1991-2)
    • 1991-2: Christ Church College
    • 1992: Fieldwork in Italy, funded by the British School at Rome
    • 1993-6: Somerville College

Prizes/Scholarships

  • University College London
    • 1984: Webster Prize for Greek
    • 1985: Long Prize for Greek
    • 1986: Postgate Prize for Classical Philology
  • University of Oxford
    • 1992-3: Levick Sisters' Senior Scholarship in Philology, Somerville College

Previous Employment (non-academic)

  • 1991-4: Oxford University Press: English Phonetics Editor, Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary
  • 1987-9: Oxford University Press: Assistant Editor, Classics and Theology, Arts and Reference
  • 1987:  Pergamon Press: Administrative Assistant, Sales and Marketing (Books)

Career Breaks

  • I have taken two six-month periods of maternity leave, in 1999 and in 2001-2.

Grants

  • 2008: British Academy: Investigating ethnic accents: an acoustic analysis of Glasgow Asian. Principal applicant: J. Stuart-Smith; Research Assistants: C. Timmins, F. Alam £5,470.

  • 2007-9: Economic and Social Research Council: Looking variation and change in the mouth: developing the sociolinguistic potential of Ultrasound Tongue Imaging. RES-000-22-2032. Principal applicant: J. Scobbie, co-applicant: J. Stuart-Smith, Research fellow: E. Lawson £100,000 FEC: evaluation: Outstanding.

  • 2006: Royal Society of Edinburgh: Caledonian Research Fellowship/Royal Society of Edinburgh Visiting Scholars Fellowship: research visit to Hannover FreieUniversitaet, September – December 2006: £3600.

  • 2004-7: Arts and Humanities Research Board (Resource Enhancement Scheme): ‘Scottish Corpus of Texts and Speech (SCOTS). APN17387. Principal applicant: J. Corbett, co-applicant: J. Stuart-Smith; co-applicant: C. Kay. £309,944 FEC.

  • 2004: John Robertson Bequest, University of Glasgow: Empirical evidence for gendered speech production: /s/ in Glaswegian. £1,500.

  • 2002-5: Economic and Social Research Council: Is TV a factor in accent change in adolescents. R000239757. Principal applicant: J. Stuart-Smith; ESRC research fellow: C. Timmins. £123,760.15: evaluation: Outstanding.
    • Claire Timmins now has a Lectureship at the University of Strathclyde

  • 2002 (awarded 2001, delayed by maternity leave): Arts and Humanities Research Board: Research Leave Grant: Accent change in Glaswegian. £7,658.

  • 1999: Leverhulme Trust: Accent change in Glaswegian: A sociophonetic investigation (F/179/AX). Principal applicant: J. Stuart-Smith; co-applicant: F. Tweedie; Research Assistant: C. Timmins. £19,140.

  • 1996: British Academy: Overseas Conference Grant to attend SALA 18 in New Delhi. £672.

 

I acted as Mentor to the following grant, held by Rachel Smith: 2009-11: Timing in Accents of English, ESRC First Grant.

Supervision

I supervise postgraduate students at doctoral and masters levels in phonetics, sociophonetics, and sociolinguistics, and currently have 100% completion rate for my PhD students. The majority of my PhD students are now have posts in academia.  I welcome applications from students keen to work in these areas. Postgraduate students working with me enjoy excellent facilities in the Glasgow University Laboratory of Phonetics, with many opportunities for meeting visiting scholars and speakers.

Current PhD students

  • Julia Moreno (2016-), 'Tut-tut' or 'Tsk tsk'? A sociophonetic study of clicks in Glasgow (with Rachel Smith)
  • Fabienne Westerberg (2015-), An articulatory and acoustic study of Viby-i, ESRC (joint with Eleanor Lawson/Jim Scobbie, QMU)
  • Craig Alexander (2014-), Recovering the dynamics of talk: tracking temporal dependence in multilevel models for speech. Lord Kelvin/Adam Smith Scholarship Scheme (joint with Ludger Evers and Tereza Neocleous [Mathematics and Statistics])
  • Ewa Wanat (2014-), Rhythm Matters: The role of rhythm in a computer assisted learning tool (Micro-phonics), AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award (joint with Rachel Smith)
  • Robert Lennon (2013-) , The effect of experience in cross-dialect perception: parsing /r/ in Glaswegian, ESRC (joint with Rachel Smith)
  • Vijay Solanki (2012-), Brains in dialogue: Cerebral processing of speech in conversation, Lord Kelvin/Adam Smith Scholarship Scheme (lead with Rachel Smith, Guillaume Rousselet [Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience], Alessandro Vinciarelli [Computing Science])

Completed PhD students

  • Ninik Poedjianto (2000-15), Production and perception of foreign accent (awarded pending corrections, 2 March 2016)
  • Farhana Alam (2007-15), Language, identity and ethnicity in Asian girls in Glasgow, ESRC
  • Duncan Robertson (2011-15), Implicit sociolingustic cognition, ESRC (lead with Rachel Smith, Christoph Scheepers [Psychology]). Duncan is now working as a postdoc on the TUULS project at the University of York.
  • Claire Nance (2009-2013), Transmission of Scottish Gaelic in the modern world, Lord Kelvin / Adam Smith Scholarship Scheme (joint with Robby O’Maolalaigh [Celtic and Scottish Gaelic], Andrew Smith [Sociology]). Claire now has a permanent Lectureship at the University of Lancaster.
  • Cassie Smith-Christmas (2008-12), Code-switching and language maintenance in a Gaelic-speaking family in Skye (with Robby O’Maolalaigh [Celtic and Scottish Gaelic). Cassie has just gained a Lectureship at the University of Limerick, after working as a researcher at the University of the Highlands and Islands.
  • Ellen Bramwell (2006-2012), Naming in Society: A cross-cultural study of five communities in Scotland, ESRC. Ellen has just completed her second postdoc on the Metaphor in the Curriculum project at the University of Glasgow.
  • Robert Lawson (2005-9), Sociolinguistic constructions of identity among adolescent males in Glasgow, ESRC. Robert now has a permanent lectureship at the Birmingham City University.
  • Suzy Orr (2003-7), ‘Hanging on the Telephone’  A Sociophonetic Study of Speech in a Glaswegian Call Centre, ESRC. Suzy is now the E-Learning Development Manager for Law at the University of Glasgow.

Completed Masters students

Former Masters students include:

  • Sam de Smith (2000-4), Auditory and articulatory analysis of voice quality (MLitt)
  • Owen McCarthy (2010-11), Ejective realisations of phrase final plosives in Glaswegian high school girls (MPhil)
  • Sheona Gardner (2004-5), Welsh/English codeswitching in adolescents (MPhil)
  • Karen Torrance (2001-2), Language attitudes and language change in Glasgow, AHRB (MPhil)

Teaching

Teaching at the University of Glasgow

  • Level 1: Analysing Pronunciation; Varieties of English
  • Honours (equivalent to Level 3 and 4):
    • Phonetics: Introductory Concepts (PIC)
    • Phonetics: Advanced Concepts (PAC)
    • Sociolinguistics (SOC)
    • Methods in Sociolinguistics of Variation (MSV)
    • Honours Dissertations
  • Taught Masters: Experimental Phonetics; Sociolinguistics
  • Taught Masters Dissertations

Invited Expert Tuition on International Summer Schools

  • July 2015: advanced course at the Linguistics Society of America (LSA) Summer Institute, University of Chicago: Influence of the media on language change
  • September 2011: Bergen Doctoral Summer School, University of Bergen, 20-23 September 2011: Language and the media
  • July 2011: Glasgow Summer School for Sociolinguistics, English Language, University of Glasgow, 4-9 July 2011: Language and the media
  • June 2011: Copenhagen Summer School for Sociolinguistics, LANCHART, University of Copenhagen, 6-10 June 2011: Sociophonetics, with N. Pharao

Guest Professorships/International Teaching

  • December 2016: Guest Professor, Anglistik - Englisches Seminar, Leibnitz University Hannover: Intensiv Kurs: Sounds and social meaning
  • October 2016: Guest Professor, Anglistik - Englisches Seminar, Leibnitz University Hannover: Intensiv Kurs: Sounds and social meaning
  • October 2006: I co-taught a bilingual German/English University course on the impact of the media on language change with Jannis Androutsopoulos, at Leibnitz University Hannover.

Additional information

Commissions of Trust

  • Elected Member of the Council for the International Phonetic Association (2015-19)
  • Vice President of the Permanent Council for the Organisation of ICPhS
  • Elected President of the British Academic Association of Phoneticians (2014-)
  • Member of REF2014 Panel D, 28: Modern Languages and Linguistics
  • Commonwealth Scholarships Commission (2014-)
  • Re-elected as a member of the AHRC Virtual College (2012-)
  • AHRC Virtual College (2006-12)
  • AHRC Grants Board for Modern Languages and Linguistics (June 2010)
  • ESRC First Grants Board (2007, 2008, 2009)
  • ESRC Virtual College for Management, Psychology, Linguistics and Education (2002-2005)
  • I review grant bids for the following funding bodies: Arts and Humanities Research Council, Belgian Research Council, British Academy, Canadian Research Council, the Carnegie Trust, Centre National de le Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Economic and Social Research Council (also Rapporteur), Leverhulme Trust, Marsden Research Scheme (New Zealand), National Science Foundation, Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research.
  • I have acted as Tenure Track Assessor for: Chicago University; Ohio State University; Stanford University; University of Trondheim
  • I am often asked to review journal articles and book proposals for: Cambridge University Press, Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, English Language and Linguistics, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Journal of the International Phonetic Association, Journal of Phonetics, Journal of Sociolinguistics, Laboratory Phonology, Language and Society, Language Variation and Change, Oxford University Press, Phonetica

Journal Editorial Boards

  • 2010-: Journal of the International Phonetic Association
  • 2014-: Language in Society

Conference Organization

  • 2010-2015: Chair of the Local Organizing Committee for the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences - ICPhS 2015, hosted by a Scottish Consortium of four universities (Edinburgh, Glasgow, Strathclyde and Queen Margaret University Edinburgh), held at the SECC, Glasgow, 10-14 August 2015 (1006 delegates).

External Examining

Taught Courses

  • MA in Sociolinguistics, Sociolinguistics of the Arab World, University of Essex, 2014-
  • MA in Phonetics, University College London, 2010-2013.
  • MA in Language, History and Society, University of Sheffield, 2009-13.
  • BA in Linguistics/English Language, Department of Linguistics and English Language, University of Manchester, 2008-10.
  • MA in English Language, Department of English Language, University of Edinburgh, 2005-9.
  • MA in Phonetics, Department of Linguistics and Phonetics, University of Leeds, 2004-7.

PhD

  • iPhD in Phonetics and Phonology, University of Newcastle (February 2016-)
  • Regional variation and innovation in Punjabi-accented English Jess Wormald, University of York, 12 April 2016
  • The activation of non-target phonological knowledge in bilingual language processing: Fine-grained usage and bilingual variance. Joanna John, Kings College London, 15 September 2015
  • Meaning in English: L2 attitudes, choices and pronunciation in Norway, Ulrikke Rindal, University of Oslo, Norway, 2 May 2013
  • Cues to vowels in the aperiodic phase of English plosive onsets, Kai Nyman, University of York, 19 January 2012
  • Feature Patterns – their sources and status in grammar and reconstruction, Brett Miller, University of Cambridge, 14 January 2011
  • Lexical frequency and Sound change in Danish, Nicolai Pharao, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, January 2010
  • Pharyngealization in Lebanese Arabic, Hussain Kriba, University of Newcastle, December 2009
  • A Sociolinguistic Ethnography of Selwyn Girls High, Katie Drager, University of Christ Church at Canterbury, NZ, April 2009
  • Qualité de voix et accents régionaux en anglais britannique, Marion Coadou, University of Aix en Provence, France, 24 November 2007
  • Phonetic distinctiveness as a sociolinguistic variable, Kevin Heffernan, University of Toronto, Canada, 17 April 2007
  • Language change and Variation in Palestinian Arabic, Jamal Al Shareef, Department of Linguistics and Phonetics, University of Leeds, 15 August 2002

Keynote Talks

  • ‘Title to be confirmed’, International Congress of Linguists, University of Cape Town, South Africa, 2-6 July 2018.
  • ‘Title to be confirmed’, Innovative Methods in Sociophonetics II, Satellite workshop to Fourth Workshop on Sound Change, University of Edinburgh, 19 April 2017
  • ‘Title to be confirmed’, Colloquium Series, Linguistics Department, University of Michigan, 24 March 2017.
  • ‘Speech on Safari’, Experimental Approaches to the Perception and Production of Language Variation (ExAPP 2016), University of Vienna, 21-24 September 2016.
  •  ‘Look who’s talking now! Social dynamics and phonetic variation’, Laboratory Phonology 15,  Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, July 13-16, 2016.
  • ‘A dynamic acoustic view of real-time change in word-final liquids in spontaneous Glaswegian’. One of four invited talks for Discussant Session on Sociophonetics. ICPhS 2015, Glasgow, 10-14 August 2015.
  • ‘Does TV change the way we speak?’, World Leading Scholars in Language Variation and Change Lecture series, University of Sheffield, 13 May 2015.
  • ‘Bring hither the fatted coo! A real-time study of sound change in Glaswegian across the 20th century’, PAC Workshop, Université Jean Jaures Toulouse, 9-13 April 2015.
  • ‘Twa son, some soldiers, and a city: An investigation of real-time change in Scottish English’, Australasian Speech Science Technology Association Conference, New Zealand Institute for Language Brain and Behaviour, 3-5 December 2014.
  • ‘Bridging the gap: The role of style in language change linked to the broadcast media’, Roundtable on ‘Language, Style and Broadcast Media’, Copenhagen University, 12-13 June 2014.
  • ‘Social Factors and Sound Change’, Third Workshop on Sound Change, University of California at Berkeley, May 2014.
  • ‘No longer an elephant in the room...: The influence of the media on sound change’, International Conference on Spoken English: theme: Spoken English and the Media, University Université Paris 13 - Sorbonne Paris Cité, 4-5 April 2014.
  • Panel discussant: ‘The social meaning of /s/: A cross-linguistic perspective’, ICLaVE7, Trondheim, June 2013.
  • ‘Socio-indexical factors in sound change actuation: Discussant’, Workshop on Sound Change Actuation, University of Chicago, 17-18 April 2013.
  • ‘Human communication – or not? Experiencing speech without the possibility for interaction’, Human dialectology and animal communication, GIPSA, Grenoble, 4-6 March 2013.
  • ‘Sounds without borders/Sons sans frontiers: exploring sociophonetic variation in Scottish English’, Colloque International de Jeunes Chercheurs en Linguistique/International Conference of Young Researchers in Linguistics, University of Strasbourg France, 6-8 June 2012.
  • ‘Theory, method and practice: exploring the relationship between spoken language in the media and speech change in society’, Japan Dialect Levelling Project Meeting, National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics, Tachikawa, Tokyo, 8-9 December 2011.
  • ‘He’s fae Walford, Ah’m from Glasgow: Phonological variation and change and Factor X (the television)’, UKLVC10, Edge Hill, 11-14 [14] September 2011.
  • ‘Sound change and the influence of the television’, Distinguished Visiting Speaker, Department of Linguistics, Ohio State University, 6 May 2011.
  • ‘To interact or not to interact: a challenging question for sociophonetics’, Variation in Language Processing, University of Chester, 13-15 April 2011 [cancelled because of illness].
  • ‘Working with sociophonetic data: A case study from Scottish English’, Problems and Possibilities in Sociophonetics, University of Sheffield, 16 March 2011.
  • ‘Derhoticisation in Scottish English – the story so far’, Sociophonetics – at the crossroads of speech variation, processing and communication, Scuola Normale Superiore, University of Pisa, 14-15 December 2010.
  • ‘News from the North: Some sociophonetic data from Scottish English and their implications for phonology’, PAC Workshop, Montpellier, 13-14 September 2010.
  • ‘Detail and abstraction in sociophonology: Some data from Scottish English’, 18th Manchester Phonology Meeting, 20-22 May, 2010.
  • ‘Recent research in sociophonetics: Evidence from Scottish English’, Phonetici Phonologici Dies, Centro di Competenza Lingue, Libera Università di Bolzano, 9-12 March 2009.
  • ‘Phonological variation and change in British Panjabi’, BAAL/CUP Seminar, Researching the Indic languages diaspora in Britain, University of York, 19-20 October, 2002.
  • ‘Should variationists worry about the influence of TV on speech?’, UKLVC3, University of York, 19-22 July 2001.

Invited Talks

  •  'Bring hither the fatted coo!’ A real-time study of sound change in Glaswegian across the 20th century. Linguistic Circle, University of Edinburgh. 19 March 2015.
  • On the impact of noise on vowel formants’. Special Session ‘Of vowels and “systems”’. Methods in Dialectology XV. 11 August 2014.
  • ‘No longer an elephant in the room: The influence of broadcast media on sound change in Scottish English’, Sociolinguistic Lunch, Stanford University. 4 June 2014.
  • ‘The rhotic-derhotic continuum: A sociophonetic journey’, GIPSA, Grenoble, 13 December 2012 [cancelled due to illness].
  • ‘Social factors and ejectives in Scottish English’, Phonetics of non-pulmonic sounds, 7-9 October 2012, Jena [cancelled due to lack of funding for workshop].
  • (with T. Rathcke), ‘Getting our BOOTs on: Some preliminary findings from the Glasgow real-time project’, LANCHART Centre, University of Copenhagen, 7 June 2012.
  • ‘Variation and change in Scottish English and the influence of the media’, Joint Association of College English Teachers Meeting, Fukuoka University, Fukuoka, 17 December 2011.
  • ‘Lessons we can learn from sociophonetics: the case of postvocalic /r/ in Scottish English’, Phonetics and Phonology research group, Hiroshima University, Higashi-Hiroshima, 15 December 2011.
  • ‘Perspectives on sociophonetics: data from Scottish English: Part i: speech variation and social meaning; Part ii: experiencing speech without social interaction.’ Graduate Linguistics seminar International Christian University, Mitaka, Tokyo, 8 December 2011.
  • ‘What does watching television have to do with language change? Some recent evidence from Glasgow, Scotland’, Phonetics and Phonology seminar, Tsukuba University, Tsukuba, 7 December 2011.
  • ‘Does watching TV alter the way you speak? Empirical evidence from an urban dialect’, Research Colloquium: National Institute of Japanese Language and Linguistics, Tachikawa/Tokyo, 6 December 2011.
  • ‘Sound change and the influence of the television’, Stanford Linguistics Seminar, 13 May 2011.
  • ‘An experimental investigation of responding to speech with or without interaction’, University of Stanford, 12 May 2011.
  • ‘The fate of postvocalic /r/ in Scottish English: the story so far’, Sociolinguistics Lunch, Stanford, 11 May 2011.
  • ‘The fate of postvocalic /r/ in Scottish English: the story so far’, Phonology Laboratory, University of California at Berkeley, 10 May 2011.
  • ‘Individuals, language change and television’, Changelings – Historical Linguistics Seminar, Ohio State University, 6 May 2011.
  • ‘To interact or not to interact?’, So mean – Sociolinguistics Seminar, Ohio State University, 6 May 2011.
  • ‘Considering the development of the PIE voiced aspirates in Italic’, Comparative Slavonic Class, Ohio State University, 4 May 2011.
  • ‘The rhotic-derhotic continuum in Scottish English: Recent sociophonetic data from the Central Belt’, General Linguistics Seminar, University of Oxford, 7 March 2011.
  • ‘Style, stance, sound change and the media’, LANCHART Centre, University of Copenhagen, 28 January 2010.
  • ‘Style and stance and the influence of television on sound change’, Edinburgh Linguistic Circle, University of Edinburgh, 11 January 2010.
  • ‘The social distribution of clicks’, Workshop on Clicks, Department of Language and Linguistic Science, University of York, 9 October 2009.
  • ‘Understanding media-influenced language change’, Research Seminar, Department of Language and Linguistic Science, University of York, 28 May 2009.
  • ‘Language change and the media: The stylistic dimension’, Language, Discourse and Communications Seminar, Department of Education, King’s College London, 4 December 2008.
  • ‘Looking for Gender in Glasgow’, IGALA5, University of Wellington, NZ, 4 July 2008.
  • ‘Television and language change: Evidence from Glasgow’, Hauptseminar für Soziophonetik, Institut für Phonetik und Sprachverarbeitung, Ludwig-Maximillians-Universität München, 28 May 2008.
  • Discussion of data on TV and accent change, University of Toronto, 18 April 2007.
  • Is Mockney creeping north?  Investigating the impact of TV on language change’, Centre for Mass Communications Research, University of Leicester, 7 March 2007.
  • ‘A social basis for sound change? Television and accent change in Glasgow’, Hauptseminar für Soziophonetik, Institut für Phonetik und Sprachverarbeitung, Ludwig-Maximillians-Universität München, 20 December 2006.
  • ‘From Cockney to Jockney? The role of television in accent change in Modern Urban Scots’, History of Scots Seminar, University of Giessen, 14 December 2006.
  • ‘We fink, so we are from Glasgow: TV and accent change in Glaswegian’, Research Seminar, Department of Linguistics, Radboud University Nijmegen, 12 December 2006.
  • ‘The Glasgow media project: accent change and television’, Medien und Sprachwandel/Media and Language Change, Department of German, University of Hannover, 23 November 2006.
  • ‘Investigating the role of TV in accent change: TH-fronting in Glaswegian’, MA Seminar, Outline of a history of the Danish speech community, 1999-2000, Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics and Department of Scandinavian Studies, University of Copenhagen, 3 October 2006.
  • (with C. Timmins, G. Pryce) ‘Bart Simpson lives in York and speaks Glaswegian: Accents, attitudes and imitation in Glaswegian adolescents’, Research Seminar, Department of Language and Linguistic Science, University of York, 24 May 2005.
  • (with C. Timmins, G. Pryce) ‘Investigating the effects of television on change in urban accents:The story so far’, Research Seminar, Department of Linguistics and English Language, University of Lancaster, 15 March 2005.
  • (with C. Timmins) ‘Investigating the role of television as a factor in language change’, Research Seminar, FachbereichLiteratur- und Sprachwissenschaft, University of Hannover, 16 November 2004.
  • (with C. Timmins) ‘Analysing the language of television: The case of media-Cockney’, Paper presented as part of Seminar für Medienlinguistik, University of Hannover, 15 November 2004.
  • (with C. Timmins) ‘Investigating the effects of mobility on language variation and change’, Research Seminar, Department of Language and Linguistics, University of Essex, 4 November 2004.
  • ‘Complex consonants: interpreting phonological variation and change in Glaswegian’, Linguistics and Phonetics Seminar, University of Leeds, 16 March 2004.
  • 'Talkin' Jockney': variation and change in Glaswegian’, Linguistics Seminar, University of Aberdeen, 9 March 2004.
  • ‘Sabellian phonology’, Cambridge Italic seminar, 18 February 2004.
  • ‘Changing consonants: insights from a contemporary spoken corpus’, The Philological Society, University of Manchester, 21 November 2003.
  • ‘Bad language crosses the border: Accent change in Glaswegian’, OED Forum, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 4 November 2003.
  • ‘Nae bovver: Accent change in Glaswegian’, Linguistic Circle, University of Edinburgh, 30 October 2003.
  • 'Nae bovver: What's happening to Glaswegian?', Linguistics Seminar (English Literature, Language and Linguistics), University of Newcastle, 19 February 2003.
  • (with P. Probert), 'How far can we rely on Sanskrit?  Comparison and phonetics', Graduate Seminar in Comparative Philology, University of Oxford, 14 November 2000.
  • (with E. Lawson), ‘A sociophonetic investigation of the ‘Scottish’ consonants (/x/ and /hw/) in the speech of Glaswegian schoolchildren’, P-Workshop, University of Edinburgh, 2 March 1999.
  • (with K. K. Dhesi), “Variation and change in the realization of lexical tone in ‘British’ Panjabi”, Linguistics Seminar, Department of Linguistics and Phonetics, University of Leeds,  25 November, 1998.
  • (with D. Martin), "Phonological processing and literacy development in Panjabi/English children', Linguistics Seminar, Department of Speech and Language, University of Newcastle, 21 November 1996.
  • (with M. Cortina-Borja), "A preliminary investigation of tone in British Panjabi", Linguistics Seminar, School of Oriental and African Studies, 29 October 1996.
  • “Phonetics and the evaluation of reconstructed sound change”, General Linguistics Seminar, Department of Linguistics, University of York, 25 January 1996.

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2017

Stuart-Smith, J., and Lawson, E. (2017) Scotland: Glasgow and the Central Belt. In: Hickey, R. (ed.) Listening to the Past. Series: Studies in English Language. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. ISBN 9781107051577 (In Press)

2016

Stuart-Smith, J. (2016) Bridging the gap(s): The role of style in language change linked to the broadcast media. In: Thogersen, J., Coupland, N. and Janus, M. (eds.) Language (De)standardisation in Late Modern Europe: Style and media studies. Novus Press: Oslo. (Accepted for Publication)

Rathcke, T., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2016) On the tail of the Scottish Vowel Length Rule in Glasgow. Language and Speech, 59(3), pp. 404-430. (doi:10.1177/0023830915611428)

Nakai, S., Beavan, D., Lawson, E., Leplâtre, G., Scobbie, J. M., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2016) Viewing speech in action: speech articulation videos in the public domain that demonstrate the sounds of the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching, (doi:10.1080/17501229.2016.1165230) (Early Online Publication)

Stuart-Smith, J., Jose, B., Rathcke, T., Macdonald, R., and Lawson, E. (2016) Changing sounds in a changing city: An acoustic phonetic investigation of real-time change across a century of Glaswegian. In: Moore, E. and Montgomery, C. (eds.) Language and a Sense of Place. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. (Accepted for Publication)

Solanki, V., Vinciarelli, A., Stuart-Smith, J., and Smith, R. (2016) When the game gets difficult, then it is time for mimicry. In: International Conference on Nonlinear Speech Processing (NOLISP 2015), Vietri sul Mare, Italy, 18-20 May 2015, pp. 247-254. ISBN 9783319281070 (doi:10.1007/978-3-319-28109-4_25)

2015

Stuart-Smith, J., Sonderegger, M., Rathcke, T., and Macdonald, R. (2015) The private life of stops: VOT in a real-time corpus of spontaneous Glaswegian. Laboratory Phonology, 6(3-4), pp. 505-549. (doi:10.1515/lp-2015-0015)

Solanki, V., Stuart-Smith, J., Smith, R., and Vinciarelli, A. (2015) Measuring Mimicry in Task-Oriented Conversations: The More the Task is Difficult, The More we Mimick our Interlocutors. In: InterSpeech 2015, Dresden, 6-10 Sept 2015, pp. 1815-1819.

Lawson, E., Scobbie, J., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2015) The Role of Anterior Lingual Gesture Delay in Coda /r/ Lenition: An Ultrasound Tongue Imaging Study. In: 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, Glasgow, UK, 10-14 Aug 2015, ISBN 9780852619414

Scobbie, J. M., Lawson, E., Nakai, S., Cleland, J., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2015) Onset vs. Coda Asymmetry in the Articulation of English /r/. In: 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, Glasgow, UK, 10-14 Aug 2015, ISBN 9780852619414

Stuart-Smith, J., Lennon, R., Macdonald, R., Robertson, D., Soskuthy, M., Jose, B., and Evers, L. (2015) A Dynamic Acoustic View of Real-Time Change in Word-Final Liquids in Spontaneous Glaswegian. In: 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow,, Glasgow, UK, 10-14 Aug 2015, ISBN 9780852619414

Lennon, R., Smith, R., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2015) An An Acoustic Investigation of Postvocalic /r/ Variants in Two Sociolects of Glaswegian. In: 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, UK, 10-14 Aug 2015, ISBN 9780852619414

Solanki, V., Vinciarelli, A., Stuart-Smith, J., and Smith, R. (2015) Utilising Hidden Markov Modelling for the Assessment of Accommodation in Conversational Speech. In: 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, UK, 10-14 Aug 2015, ISBN 9780852619414

Stuart-Smith, J., Rathcke, T., Sonderegger, M., and Macdonald, R. (2015) A real-time study of plosives in Glaswegian using an automatic measurement algorithm: change or age-grading? In: Torgersen, E., Harstad, B., Maehlum, B. and Royneland, U. (eds.) Language Variation: European Perspectives V: Selected Papers from the 7th International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 7). Series: Studies in Language Variation (17). John Benjamins: Amsterdam, pp. 225-237. ISBN 9789027234971 (doi:10.1075/silv.17.17stu)

2014

Stuart-Smith, J. (2014) No longer an elephant in the room. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 18(2), pp. 250-261. (doi:10.1111/josl.12071)

Jose, B., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2014) Methodological Issues in a Real-Time Study of Glaswegian Vowels: Automation and Comparability. In: LSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, USA, 2-5 January 2014, (doi:10.3765/exabs.v0i0.2395)

Alam, F., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2014) Identity, ethnicity and fine phonetic detail: an acoustic phonetic analysis of syllable-initial /t/ in Glaswegian girls of Pakistani heritage. In: Hundt, M. and Sharma, D. (eds.) English in the Indian Diaspora. Series: Varieties of English around the world (G50). Benjamins: Amsterdam, pp. 29-53. ISBN 9789027249104 (doi:10.1075/veaw.g50.03ala)

Lawson, E., Scobbie, J. M., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2014) A socio-articulatory study of Scottish rhoticity. In: Lawson, R. (ed.) Sociolinguistics in Scotland. Palgrove Macmillan: Basingstoke, pp. 53-78. ISBN 9781137034700

Lawson, E., Stuart-Smith, J., and Scobbie, J. M. (2014) A mimicry study of adaptation towards socially-salient tongue shape variants. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, 20(2), 12.

Stuart-Smith, J., Lawson, E., and Scobbie, J.M. (2014) Derhoticisation in Scottish English: a sociophonetic journey. In: Celata, C. and Calamai, S. (eds.) Advances in Sociophonetics. John Benjamins: Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 57-94. ISBN 9789027234957

Stuart-Smith, J., and Ota, I. (2014) Media models, 'the shelf' and stylistic variation in East and West: rethinking the influence of the media on language variation and change. In: Androutsopoulos, J. K. (ed.) Mediatization and Sociolinguistic Change. Series: Linguae & litterae (36). De Gruyter: Berlin, pp. 127-70. ISBN 9783110343571

Stuart-Smith, J., and Timmins, C. (2014) Language and the influence of the media: a Scottish Perspective. In: Lawson, R. (ed.) Sociolinguistics in Scotland. Palgrove Macmillan: Basingstoke, pp. 177-196. ISBN 9781137034700

2013

McCarthy, O., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2013) Ejectives in Scottish English: a social perspective. Journal of International Phonetic Association, 43(3), pp. 273-298. (doi:10.1017/S0025100313000212)

Nance, C., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2013) Pre-aspiration in Lewis Gaelic Stop Consonants. In: Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig VI, Aberdeen, UK, 23-26 Aug 2010, pp. 275-289.

Stuart-Smith, J., Pryce, G., Timmins, C., and Gunter, B. (2013) Television can also be a factor in language change: evidence from an urban dialect. Language, 89(3), pp. 501-536. (doi:10.1353/lan.2013.0041)

Nance, C., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2013) Pre-aspiration and post-aspiration in Scottish Gaelic stop consonants. Journal of International Phonetic Association, 43(2), pp. 1-24. (doi:10.1017/S0025100313000042)

Corbett, J., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2013) English in Scotland. In: Hopkins, T., McKenny, J. and Decker, K. (eds.) World Englishes: Volume I: The British Isles. Series: World Englishes. Continuum: London, UK, pp. 189-217. ISBN 9780826478481

Lawson, E., Scobbie, J., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2013) Bunched /r/ promotes vowel merger to schwar: an ultrasound tongue imaging study of Scottish sociophonetic variation. Journal of Phonetics, 41(3-4), pp. 198-210. (doi:10.1016/j.wocn.2013.01.004)

2012

Corbett, J., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2012) Standard English in Scotland. In: Hickey, R. (ed.) Standards of English: Codified Standards Around the World. Series: Studies in English language. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 72-95. ISBN 9780521763899

MacFarlane, A., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2012) 'One of them sounds sort of Glasgow Uni-ish'. Social judgements and fine phonetic variation in Glasgow. Lingua, 122(7), pp. 764-778. (doi:10.1016/j.lingua.2012.01.007)

Scobbie, J.M., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2012) Socially-stratified sampling in laboratory-based phonological experimentation. In: Cohn, A., Fougeron, C. and Huffman, M. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Laboratory Phonology. Series: Oxford handbooks in linguistics. Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 607-621. ISBN 9780199575039

Scobbie, J.M., Stuart-Smith, J., and Lawson, E. (2012) Back to front: a socially-stratified ultrasound tongue imaging study of Scottish English /u/. Italian Journal of Linguistics/Rivista di Linguistica, 24(1), pp. 103-148.

Stuart-Smith, J. (2012) English and the media: television. In: Berg, A. and Brinton, L. (eds.) English Historical Linguistics: An International Handbook. Series: Handbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft (34(1)). Mouton de Gruyter: Berlin, Germany, pp. 1075-1088. ISBN 9783110202205

Stuart-Smith, J., and Cortina-Borja, M. (2012) A law unto themselves? An acoustic phonetic study of tonal consonants in Panjabi. In: Willi, A. and Probert, R. (eds.) Laws and Rules in Indo-European. Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 61-82. ISBN 9780199609925

2011

Stuart-Smith, J., Smith, R., Rathcke, T., Li Santi, F., and Holmes, S. (2011) Responding to accents after experiencing interactive or mediated speech. In: ICPhS XVII, Hong Kong, 17-21 Aug 2011, pp. 1914-1917.

Lawson, E., Scobbie, J.M., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2011) The social stratification of tongue shape for postvocalic /r/ in Scottish English. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 15(2), pp. 256-268. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-9841.2011.00464.x)

Alam, F., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2011) Identity and ethnicity in /t/ in Glasgow-Pakistani high-school girls. In: ICPhS XVII, Hong Kong, 17-21 Aug 2011, pp. 216-219.

Lawson, E., Scobbie, J.M., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2011) A single case study of articulatory adaptation during acoustic mimicry. In: ICPhS XVII, Hong Kong, 17-21 Aug 2011, pp. 1170-1173.

Lawson, E., Stuart-Smith, J., Scobbie, J.M., Yaeger-Dror, M., and Maclagan, M. (2011) Liquids. In: Di Paolo, M. and Yaeger-Dror, M. (eds.) Sociophonetics: A Student’s Guide. Routledge: London, pp. 72-86. ISBN 9780415498784

Stuart-Smith, J. (2011) The view from the couch: changing perspectives on the role of the television in changing language ideologies and use. In: Kristiansen, T. and Coupland, N. (eds.) Standard Languages and Language Standards in a Changing Europe. Series: Standard language ideology in contemporary Europe (1). Novus Press: Oslo, pp. 223-239. ISBN 9788270996599

Stuart-Smith, J., Timmins, C., and Alam, F. (2011) Hybridity and ethnic accents: A sociophonetic analysis of ‘Glaswasian’. In: Gregersen, F., Parrott, J. and Quist, P. (eds.) Language Variation - European Perspectives III: Selected papers from the 5th International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 5), Copenhagen, June 2009. Series: Studies in language variation (7). John Benjamins Publishing Company: Amsterdam, pp. 43-57. ISBN 9789027234872

2010

Lawson, E., Stuart-Smith, J., Scobbie, J.M., Yaeger-Dror, M., and Maclagan, M. (2010) Analyzing liquids. In: De Paolo, M. and Yaeger-Dror, M. (eds.) Sociophonetics: A Student’s Guide. Routledge: London, UK, pp. 72-86. ISBN 9780415498784

Stuart-Smith, J., and Timmins, C. (2010) The role of the individual in language variation and change. In: Llamas, C. and Watt, D. (eds.) Language and Identities. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 39-54. ISBN 9780748635764

2009

Adank, P., Evans, B., Stuart-Smith, J., and Scotti, S. (2009) Comprehension of familiar and unfamiliar native accents under adverse listening conditions. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 35(2), pp. 520-529. (doi:10.1037/a0013552)

Stuart-Smith, J., and Haddican, B. (2009) Sociolinguistics in the British Isles. In: Ball, M.J. (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Sociolinguistics Around the World. Routledge: Abingdon, UK, pp. 296-309. ISBN 9780415422789

2008

Lawson, E., Stuart-Smith, J., and Scobbie, J. (2008) Articulatory insights into language variation and change: preliminary findings from an ultrasound study of derhoticization in Scottish English. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, 14(2), pp. 102-110.

Scobbie, J.M., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2008) Quasi-phonemic contrast and the fuzzy inventory: examples from Scottish English. In: Avery, P., Dresher, B.E. and Rice, K. (eds.) Contrast in Phonology: Theory, Perception, Acquisition. Series: Phonology and phonetics (13). Mouton de Gruyter: Berlin, Germany, pp. 87-113. ISBN 9783110198218

2007

Stuart-Smith, J., Timmins, C., and Tweedie, F. (2007) 'Talkin' Jockney'?: variation and change in Glaswegian accent. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 11(2), pp. 221-260. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-9841.2007.00319.x)

Lambert, K., Alam, F., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2007) Investigating British Asian accents: studies from Glasgow. In: Trouvain, J. and Barry, W.J. (eds.) Proceedings of the 16th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences: ICPhS XVI, 6 - 10 August 2007, Saarbrücken, Germany. Universität des Saarlandes: Saarbrücken, Germany, pp. 1509-1511. ISBN 9783981153514

Stuart-Smith, J. (2007) Empirical evidence for gendered speech production: /s/ in Glaswegian. In: Cole, J. and Hualde, J.I. (eds.) Laboratory Phonology 9. Series: Phonology and phonetics. Mouton de Gruyter: New York, USA, pp. 65-86. ISBN 9783110186833

Stuart-Smith, J. (2007) The influence of the media. In: Llamas, C., Mullany, L. and Stockwell, P. (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Sociolinguistics. Routledge: London, UK, pp. 140-148. ISBN 9780415338493

Stuart-Smith, J. (2007) A sociophonetic investigation of postvocalic /r/ in Glaswegian adolescents. In: Trouvain, J. and Barry, W.J. (eds.) Proceedings of the 16th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences: ICPhS XVI, 6 - 10 August 2007, Saarbrücken, Germany. Universität des Saarlandes: Saarbrücken, Germany, p. 1307. ISBN 9783981153514

2006

Stuart-Smith, J., and Timmins, C. (2006) 'Tell her to shut her moof': the role of the lexicon in TH-fronting in Glaswegian. In: Kay, C.J., Caie, G.D., Hough, C. and Wotherspoon, I. (eds.) The Power of Words: Essays in Lexicography, Lexicology and Semantics: In Honour of Christian J. Kay. Series: Costerus: new series (163). Rodopi: Amsterdam, Netherlands, pp. 171-183. ISBN 9789042021211

Stuart-Smith, J., Timmins, C., and Tweedie, F. (2006) Conservation and innovation in a traditional dialect: L-vocalization in Glaswegian. English World Wide, 27(1), pp. 71-87.

2004

Stuart-Smith, J. (2004) Phonetics and philology: sound change in italic. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199257737

Stuart-Smith, J. (2004) Scottish English: phonology. In: Kortmann, B., Burridge, K., Schneider, E.W., Mesthrie, R. and Upton, C. (eds.) A Handbook of Varieties of English: 1: Phonology. Mouton de Gruyter: Berlin, Germany, pp. 47-67. ISBN 9783110175325

2003

Corbett, J.B., McClure, J.D. and Stuart-Smith, J., (Eds.) (2003) The Edinburgh Companion to Scots. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748615964

Corbett, J.B., McClure, J.D., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2003) A brief history of Scots. In: Corbett, J.B., McClure, J.D. and Stuart-Smith, J. (eds.) The Edinburgh Companion to Scots. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 1-16. ISBN 9780748615964

Eremeeva, V., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2003) A sociophonetic investigation of the vowels OUT and BIT in Glaswegian. In: Solé, M.J., Recasens, D. and Romero, J. (eds.) Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences: 3-9 August 2003, Barcelona, Spain. Causal Productions: Rundle Mall, Australia, pp. 1205-1208. ISBN 9781876346492

Stuart-Smith, J. (2003) The phonology of modern urban Scots. In: Corbett, J., McClure, J.D. and Stuart-Smith, J. (eds.) The Edinburgh Companion to Scots. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 110-137. ISBN 9780748615964

Stuart-Smith, J., Timmins, C., and Wrench, A. (2003) Sex and gender in /s/ in Glaswegian. In: Solé, M.J., Recasens, D. and Romero, J. (eds.) Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences: 3-9 August 2003, Barcelona, Spain. Causal Productions: Rundle Mall, Australia, pp. 1851-1854. ISBN 9781876346492

2002

Cortina-Borja, M., Stuart-Smith, J., and Valinas-Coalla, L. (2002) Multivariate classification methods for lexical and phonological dissimilarities and their application to the Uto-Aztecan family. Journal of Quantitative Linguistics, 9(2), pp. 97-124. (doi:10.1076/jqul.9.2.97.8485)

2001

Dankovicova, J., Gurd, J., Marshall, J., MacMahon, M.K., Stuart-Smith, J., Coleman, J., and Slater, A. (2001) Aspects of non-native pronunciation in a case of altered accent following stroke (foreign accent syndrome). Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 15(3), pp. 195-218. (doi:10.1080/02699200010004656)

Stuart-Smith, J., and Martin, D. (2001) Assessing the role of Panjabi phonological skills in English literacy development in Panjabi/English bilingual children. In: Abbi, A., Gupta, R.S. and Kidwai, A. (eds.) Linguistic Structure and Language Dynamics in South Asia: Papers from the Proceedings of SALA XVIII Roundtable. Series: MLBD series in linguistics (15). Motilal Banarsidass Publishers: Delhi, India, pp. 73-88. ISBN 9788120817654

2000

Stuart-Smith, J. (2000) Two South Picene inscriptions reread - CH.2; AP.4. Papers from the British School at Rome, 68, pp. 95-109.

1999

Stuart-Smith, J., and Martin, D. (1999) Developing assessment procedures for phonological awareness for use with Panjabi-English bilingual children. International Journal of Bilingualism, 3(1), pp. 55-80. (doi:10.1177/13670069990030010401)

Stuart-Smith, J. (1999) Glasgow: accent and voice quality. In: Foulkes, P. and Docherty, G.J. (eds.) Urban voices: Accent Studies in the British Isles. Arnold: Leeds, UK, pp. 201-222. ISBN 9780340706084

Stuart-Smith, J. (1999) Glottals past and present: a study of T-glottalling in Glaswegian. Leeds Studies in English, 30, pp. 181-204.

Stuart-Smith, J. (1999) Voice quality in Glaswegian. In: Ohala, J.J. (ed.) Proceedings of the XIVth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, San Francisco, 1-7 August 1999. Linguistics Dept., University of California: Berkeley, Calif., USA, pp. 2553-2556. ISBN 9781563968990

Stuart-Smith, J., and Lawson, E. (1999) A sociophonetic investigation of the 'Scottish' consonants (/x/ and /hw/) in the speech of Glaswegian children. In: Ohala, J.J. (ed.) Proceedings of the XIVth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, San Francisco, 1-7 August 1999. Linguistics Dept., University of California: Berkeley, pp. 2541-2544. ISBN 9781563968990

1998

Martin, D., Stuart-Smith, J., and Dhesi, K.K. (1998) Insiders and outsiders: translating in a bilingual research project. In: Hunston, S. (ed.) Language at Work: Selected Papers from the Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics Held at the University of Birmingham, September 1997. Series: British studies in applied linguistics (13). British Association for Applied Linguistics: Clevedon, UK, pp. 109-122. ISBN 9781853594274

Stuart-Smith, J., and Martin, D. (1998) Exploring bilingual children's perceptions of being bilingual and biliterate: implications for educational provision. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 19, pp. 237-254.

1997

Stuart-Smith, J. (1997) Uncertainty in the community language classroom: a response to Michael Clyne. Current Issues in Language and Society, 4(2), pp. 159-161.

Stuart-Smith, J., and Martin, D. (1997) Investigating literacy and pre-literacy skills in Panjabi/English schoolchildren. Educational Review, 49, pp. 181-197.

1996

Dankovicova, J., and Stuart-Smith, J. (1996) Oxford University Working Papers in Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics, Theme Issue: Phonetics [Volume Editors]. Oxford University Working Papers in Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics, 1,

Stuart-Smith, J. (1996) Oscan index. In: Crawford, M.H. (ed.) Roman Statutes. Series: Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies: Supplement (64). Institute of Classical Studies, University of London: London, UK. ISBN 9780900587696

Stuart-Smith, J. (1996) Phonetic contraints on breathy voices stops as a cause of their diachronic development. Oxford University Working Papers in Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics, 1,

Stuart-Smith, J. (1996) Reconstructed sound change and phonetic plausibility: the development of the Indo-European voiced aspirates in Italic. Belgian Journal of Linguistics, 9, pp. 45-57.

1995

Stuart-Smith, J. (1995) The role of phonetics in the evaluation of reconstructed sound change. In: Elenius, K. and Branderud, P. (eds.) Proceedings of the XIIIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Stockholm, Sweden, 13-19 August 1995. Stockholm University: Stockholm, Sweden, pp. 682-685. ISBN 9789171708366

1994

Stuart-Smith, J. (1994) Prononciation de l'anglais. In: Corréard, M.-H. and Grundy, V. (eds.) Oxford-Hachette French dictionary : French-English, English-French. Hachette: Paris, France. ISBN 9780198641957

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Articles

Rathcke, T., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2016) On the tail of the Scottish Vowel Length Rule in Glasgow. Language and Speech, 59(3), pp. 404-430. (doi:10.1177/0023830915611428)

Nakai, S., Beavan, D., Lawson, E., Leplâtre, G., Scobbie, J. M., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2016) Viewing speech in action: speech articulation videos in the public domain that demonstrate the sounds of the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching, (doi:10.1080/17501229.2016.1165230) (Early Online Publication)

Stuart-Smith, J., Sonderegger, M., Rathcke, T., and Macdonald, R. (2015) The private life of stops: VOT in a real-time corpus of spontaneous Glaswegian. Laboratory Phonology, 6(3-4), pp. 505-549. (doi:10.1515/lp-2015-0015)

Stuart-Smith, J. (2014) No longer an elephant in the room. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 18(2), pp. 250-261. (doi:10.1111/josl.12071)

Lawson, E., Stuart-Smith, J., and Scobbie, J. M. (2014) A mimicry study of adaptation towards socially-salient tongue shape variants. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, 20(2), 12.

McCarthy, O., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2013) Ejectives in Scottish English: a social perspective. Journal of International Phonetic Association, 43(3), pp. 273-298. (doi:10.1017/S0025100313000212)

Stuart-Smith, J., Pryce, G., Timmins, C., and Gunter, B. (2013) Television can also be a factor in language change: evidence from an urban dialect. Language, 89(3), pp. 501-536. (doi:10.1353/lan.2013.0041)

Nance, C., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2013) Pre-aspiration and post-aspiration in Scottish Gaelic stop consonants. Journal of International Phonetic Association, 43(2), pp. 1-24. (doi:10.1017/S0025100313000042)

Lawson, E., Scobbie, J., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2013) Bunched /r/ promotes vowel merger to schwar: an ultrasound tongue imaging study of Scottish sociophonetic variation. Journal of Phonetics, 41(3-4), pp. 198-210. (doi:10.1016/j.wocn.2013.01.004)

MacFarlane, A., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2012) 'One of them sounds sort of Glasgow Uni-ish'. Social judgements and fine phonetic variation in Glasgow. Lingua, 122(7), pp. 764-778. (doi:10.1016/j.lingua.2012.01.007)

Scobbie, J.M., Stuart-Smith, J., and Lawson, E. (2012) Back to front: a socially-stratified ultrasound tongue imaging study of Scottish English /u/. Italian Journal of Linguistics/Rivista di Linguistica, 24(1), pp. 103-148.

Lawson, E., Scobbie, J.M., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2011) The social stratification of tongue shape for postvocalic /r/ in Scottish English. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 15(2), pp. 256-268. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-9841.2011.00464.x)

Adank, P., Evans, B., Stuart-Smith, J., and Scotti, S. (2009) Comprehension of familiar and unfamiliar native accents under adverse listening conditions. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 35(2), pp. 520-529. (doi:10.1037/a0013552)

Lawson, E., Stuart-Smith, J., and Scobbie, J. (2008) Articulatory insights into language variation and change: preliminary findings from an ultrasound study of derhoticization in Scottish English. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, 14(2), pp. 102-110.

Stuart-Smith, J., Timmins, C., and Tweedie, F. (2007) 'Talkin' Jockney'?: variation and change in Glaswegian accent. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 11(2), pp. 221-260. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-9841.2007.00319.x)

Stuart-Smith, J., Timmins, C., and Tweedie, F. (2006) Conservation and innovation in a traditional dialect: L-vocalization in Glaswegian. English World Wide, 27(1), pp. 71-87.

Cortina-Borja, M., Stuart-Smith, J., and Valinas-Coalla, L. (2002) Multivariate classification methods for lexical and phonological dissimilarities and their application to the Uto-Aztecan family. Journal of Quantitative Linguistics, 9(2), pp. 97-124. (doi:10.1076/jqul.9.2.97.8485)

Dankovicova, J., Gurd, J., Marshall, J., MacMahon, M.K., Stuart-Smith, J., Coleman, J., and Slater, A. (2001) Aspects of non-native pronunciation in a case of altered accent following stroke (foreign accent syndrome). Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 15(3), pp. 195-218. (doi:10.1080/02699200010004656)

Stuart-Smith, J. (2000) Two South Picene inscriptions reread - CH.2; AP.4. Papers from the British School at Rome, 68, pp. 95-109.

Stuart-Smith, J., and Martin, D. (1999) Developing assessment procedures for phonological awareness for use with Panjabi-English bilingual children. International Journal of Bilingualism, 3(1), pp. 55-80. (doi:10.1177/13670069990030010401)

Stuart-Smith, J. (1999) Glottals past and present: a study of T-glottalling in Glaswegian. Leeds Studies in English, 30, pp. 181-204.

Stuart-Smith, J., and Martin, D. (1998) Exploring bilingual children's perceptions of being bilingual and biliterate: implications for educational provision. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 19, pp. 237-254.

Stuart-Smith, J. (1997) Uncertainty in the community language classroom: a response to Michael Clyne. Current Issues in Language and Society, 4(2), pp. 159-161.

Stuart-Smith, J., and Martin, D. (1997) Investigating literacy and pre-literacy skills in Panjabi/English schoolchildren. Educational Review, 49, pp. 181-197.

Dankovicova, J., and Stuart-Smith, J. (1996) Oxford University Working Papers in Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics, Theme Issue: Phonetics [Volume Editors]. Oxford University Working Papers in Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics, 1,

Stuart-Smith, J. (1996) Phonetic contraints on breathy voices stops as a cause of their diachronic development. Oxford University Working Papers in Linguistics, Philology and Phonetics, 1,

Stuart-Smith, J. (1996) Reconstructed sound change and phonetic plausibility: the development of the Indo-European voiced aspirates in Italic. Belgian Journal of Linguistics, 9, pp. 45-57.

Books

Stuart-Smith, J. (2004) Phonetics and philology: sound change in italic. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199257737

Book Sections

Stuart-Smith, J., and Lawson, E. (2017) Scotland: Glasgow and the Central Belt. In: Hickey, R. (ed.) Listening to the Past. Series: Studies in English Language. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. ISBN 9781107051577 (In Press)

Stuart-Smith, J. (2016) Bridging the gap(s): The role of style in language change linked to the broadcast media. In: Thogersen, J., Coupland, N. and Janus, M. (eds.) Language (De)standardisation in Late Modern Europe: Style and media studies. Novus Press: Oslo. (Accepted for Publication)

Stuart-Smith, J., Jose, B., Rathcke, T., Macdonald, R., and Lawson, E. (2016) Changing sounds in a changing city: An acoustic phonetic investigation of real-time change across a century of Glaswegian. In: Moore, E. and Montgomery, C. (eds.) Language and a Sense of Place. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. (Accepted for Publication)

Stuart-Smith, J., Rathcke, T., Sonderegger, M., and Macdonald, R. (2015) A real-time study of plosives in Glaswegian using an automatic measurement algorithm: change or age-grading? In: Torgersen, E., Harstad, B., Maehlum, B. and Royneland, U. (eds.) Language Variation: European Perspectives V: Selected Papers from the 7th International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 7). Series: Studies in Language Variation (17). John Benjamins: Amsterdam, pp. 225-237. ISBN 9789027234971 (doi:10.1075/silv.17.17stu)

Alam, F., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2014) Identity, ethnicity and fine phonetic detail: an acoustic phonetic analysis of syllable-initial /t/ in Glaswegian girls of Pakistani heritage. In: Hundt, M. and Sharma, D. (eds.) English in the Indian Diaspora. Series: Varieties of English around the world (G50). Benjamins: Amsterdam, pp. 29-53. ISBN 9789027249104 (doi:10.1075/veaw.g50.03ala)

Lawson, E., Scobbie, J. M., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2014) A socio-articulatory study of Scottish rhoticity. In: Lawson, R. (ed.) Sociolinguistics in Scotland. Palgrove Macmillan: Basingstoke, pp. 53-78. ISBN 9781137034700

Stuart-Smith, J., Lawson, E., and Scobbie, J.M. (2014) Derhoticisation in Scottish English: a sociophonetic journey. In: Celata, C. and Calamai, S. (eds.) Advances in Sociophonetics. John Benjamins: Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 57-94. ISBN 9789027234957

Stuart-Smith, J., and Ota, I. (2014) Media models, 'the shelf' and stylistic variation in East and West: rethinking the influence of the media on language variation and change. In: Androutsopoulos, J. K. (ed.) Mediatization and Sociolinguistic Change. Series: Linguae & litterae (36). De Gruyter: Berlin, pp. 127-70. ISBN 9783110343571

Stuart-Smith, J., and Timmins, C. (2014) Language and the influence of the media: a Scottish Perspective. In: Lawson, R. (ed.) Sociolinguistics in Scotland. Palgrove Macmillan: Basingstoke, pp. 177-196. ISBN 9781137034700

Corbett, J., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2013) English in Scotland. In: Hopkins, T., McKenny, J. and Decker, K. (eds.) World Englishes: Volume I: The British Isles. Series: World Englishes. Continuum: London, UK, pp. 189-217. ISBN 9780826478481

Corbett, J., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2012) Standard English in Scotland. In: Hickey, R. (ed.) Standards of English: Codified Standards Around the World. Series: Studies in English language. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 72-95. ISBN 9780521763899

Scobbie, J.M., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2012) Socially-stratified sampling in laboratory-based phonological experimentation. In: Cohn, A., Fougeron, C. and Huffman, M. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Laboratory Phonology. Series: Oxford handbooks in linguistics. Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 607-621. ISBN 9780199575039

Stuart-Smith, J. (2012) English and the media: television. In: Berg, A. and Brinton, L. (eds.) English Historical Linguistics: An International Handbook. Series: Handbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft (34(1)). Mouton de Gruyter: Berlin, Germany, pp. 1075-1088. ISBN 9783110202205

Stuart-Smith, J., and Cortina-Borja, M. (2012) A law unto themselves? An acoustic phonetic study of tonal consonants in Panjabi. In: Willi, A. and Probert, R. (eds.) Laws and Rules in Indo-European. Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 61-82. ISBN 9780199609925

Lawson, E., Stuart-Smith, J., Scobbie, J.M., Yaeger-Dror, M., and Maclagan, M. (2011) Liquids. In: Di Paolo, M. and Yaeger-Dror, M. (eds.) Sociophonetics: A Student’s Guide. Routledge: London, pp. 72-86. ISBN 9780415498784

Stuart-Smith, J. (2011) The view from the couch: changing perspectives on the role of the television in changing language ideologies and use. In: Kristiansen, T. and Coupland, N. (eds.) Standard Languages and Language Standards in a Changing Europe. Series: Standard language ideology in contemporary Europe (1). Novus Press: Oslo, pp. 223-239. ISBN 9788270996599

Stuart-Smith, J., Timmins, C., and Alam, F. (2011) Hybridity and ethnic accents: A sociophonetic analysis of ‘Glaswasian’. In: Gregersen, F., Parrott, J. and Quist, P. (eds.) Language Variation - European Perspectives III: Selected papers from the 5th International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 5), Copenhagen, June 2009. Series: Studies in language variation (7). John Benjamins Publishing Company: Amsterdam, pp. 43-57. ISBN 9789027234872

Lawson, E., Stuart-Smith, J., Scobbie, J.M., Yaeger-Dror, M., and Maclagan, M. (2010) Analyzing liquids. In: De Paolo, M. and Yaeger-Dror, M. (eds.) Sociophonetics: A Student’s Guide. Routledge: London, UK, pp. 72-86. ISBN 9780415498784

Stuart-Smith, J., and Timmins, C. (2010) The role of the individual in language variation and change. In: Llamas, C. and Watt, D. (eds.) Language and Identities. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 39-54. ISBN 9780748635764

Stuart-Smith, J., and Haddican, B. (2009) Sociolinguistics in the British Isles. In: Ball, M.J. (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Sociolinguistics Around the World. Routledge: Abingdon, UK, pp. 296-309. ISBN 9780415422789

Scobbie, J.M., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2008) Quasi-phonemic contrast and the fuzzy inventory: examples from Scottish English. In: Avery, P., Dresher, B.E. and Rice, K. (eds.) Contrast in Phonology: Theory, Perception, Acquisition. Series: Phonology and phonetics (13). Mouton de Gruyter: Berlin, Germany, pp. 87-113. ISBN 9783110198218

Lambert, K., Alam, F., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2007) Investigating British Asian accents: studies from Glasgow. In: Trouvain, J. and Barry, W.J. (eds.) Proceedings of the 16th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences: ICPhS XVI, 6 - 10 August 2007, Saarbrücken, Germany. Universität des Saarlandes: Saarbrücken, Germany, pp. 1509-1511. ISBN 9783981153514

Stuart-Smith, J. (2007) Empirical evidence for gendered speech production: /s/ in Glaswegian. In: Cole, J. and Hualde, J.I. (eds.) Laboratory Phonology 9. Series: Phonology and phonetics. Mouton de Gruyter: New York, USA, pp. 65-86. ISBN 9783110186833

Stuart-Smith, J. (2007) The influence of the media. In: Llamas, C., Mullany, L. and Stockwell, P. (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Sociolinguistics. Routledge: London, UK, pp. 140-148. ISBN 9780415338493

Stuart-Smith, J. (2007) A sociophonetic investigation of postvocalic /r/ in Glaswegian adolescents. In: Trouvain, J. and Barry, W.J. (eds.) Proceedings of the 16th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences: ICPhS XVI, 6 - 10 August 2007, Saarbrücken, Germany. Universität des Saarlandes: Saarbrücken, Germany, p. 1307. ISBN 9783981153514

Stuart-Smith, J., and Timmins, C. (2006) 'Tell her to shut her moof': the role of the lexicon in TH-fronting in Glaswegian. In: Kay, C.J., Caie, G.D., Hough, C. and Wotherspoon, I. (eds.) The Power of Words: Essays in Lexicography, Lexicology and Semantics: In Honour of Christian J. Kay. Series: Costerus: new series (163). Rodopi: Amsterdam, Netherlands, pp. 171-183. ISBN 9789042021211

Stuart-Smith, J. (2004) Scottish English: phonology. In: Kortmann, B., Burridge, K., Schneider, E.W., Mesthrie, R. and Upton, C. (eds.) A Handbook of Varieties of English: 1: Phonology. Mouton de Gruyter: Berlin, Germany, pp. 47-67. ISBN 9783110175325

Corbett, J.B., McClure, J.D., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2003) A brief history of Scots. In: Corbett, J.B., McClure, J.D. and Stuart-Smith, J. (eds.) The Edinburgh Companion to Scots. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 1-16. ISBN 9780748615964

Eremeeva, V., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2003) A sociophonetic investigation of the vowels OUT and BIT in Glaswegian. In: Solé, M.J., Recasens, D. and Romero, J. (eds.) Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences: 3-9 August 2003, Barcelona, Spain. Causal Productions: Rundle Mall, Australia, pp. 1205-1208. ISBN 9781876346492

Stuart-Smith, J. (2003) The phonology of modern urban Scots. In: Corbett, J., McClure, J.D. and Stuart-Smith, J. (eds.) The Edinburgh Companion to Scots. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 110-137. ISBN 9780748615964

Stuart-Smith, J., Timmins, C., and Wrench, A. (2003) Sex and gender in /s/ in Glaswegian. In: Solé, M.J., Recasens, D. and Romero, J. (eds.) Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences: 3-9 August 2003, Barcelona, Spain. Causal Productions: Rundle Mall, Australia, pp. 1851-1854. ISBN 9781876346492

Stuart-Smith, J., and Martin, D. (2001) Assessing the role of Panjabi phonological skills in English literacy development in Panjabi/English bilingual children. In: Abbi, A., Gupta, R.S. and Kidwai, A. (eds.) Linguistic Structure and Language Dynamics in South Asia: Papers from the Proceedings of SALA XVIII Roundtable. Series: MLBD series in linguistics (15). Motilal Banarsidass Publishers: Delhi, India, pp. 73-88. ISBN 9788120817654

Stuart-Smith, J. (1999) Glasgow: accent and voice quality. In: Foulkes, P. and Docherty, G.J. (eds.) Urban voices: Accent Studies in the British Isles. Arnold: Leeds, UK, pp. 201-222. ISBN 9780340706084

Stuart-Smith, J. (1999) Voice quality in Glaswegian. In: Ohala, J.J. (ed.) Proceedings of the XIVth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, San Francisco, 1-7 August 1999. Linguistics Dept., University of California: Berkeley, Calif., USA, pp. 2553-2556. ISBN 9781563968990

Stuart-Smith, J., and Lawson, E. (1999) A sociophonetic investigation of the 'Scottish' consonants (/x/ and /hw/) in the speech of Glaswegian children. In: Ohala, J.J. (ed.) Proceedings of the XIVth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, San Francisco, 1-7 August 1999. Linguistics Dept., University of California: Berkeley, pp. 2541-2544. ISBN 9781563968990

Martin, D., Stuart-Smith, J., and Dhesi, K.K. (1998) Insiders and outsiders: translating in a bilingual research project. In: Hunston, S. (ed.) Language at Work: Selected Papers from the Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics Held at the University of Birmingham, September 1997. Series: British studies in applied linguistics (13). British Association for Applied Linguistics: Clevedon, UK, pp. 109-122. ISBN 9781853594274

Stuart-Smith, J. (1996) Oscan index. In: Crawford, M.H. (ed.) Roman Statutes. Series: Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies: Supplement (64). Institute of Classical Studies, University of London: London, UK. ISBN 9780900587696

Stuart-Smith, J. (1995) The role of phonetics in the evaluation of reconstructed sound change. In: Elenius, K. and Branderud, P. (eds.) Proceedings of the XIIIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Stockholm, Sweden, 13-19 August 1995. Stockholm University: Stockholm, Sweden, pp. 682-685. ISBN 9789171708366

Stuart-Smith, J. (1994) Prononciation de l'anglais. In: Corréard, M.-H. and Grundy, V. (eds.) Oxford-Hachette French dictionary : French-English, English-French. Hachette: Paris, France. ISBN 9780198641957

Edited Books

Corbett, J.B., McClure, J.D. and Stuart-Smith, J., (Eds.) (2003) The Edinburgh Companion to Scots. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748615964

Conference Proceedings

Solanki, V., Vinciarelli, A., Stuart-Smith, J., and Smith, R. (2016) When the game gets difficult, then it is time for mimicry. In: International Conference on Nonlinear Speech Processing (NOLISP 2015), Vietri sul Mare, Italy, 18-20 May 2015, pp. 247-254. ISBN 9783319281070 (doi:10.1007/978-3-319-28109-4_25)

Solanki, V., Stuart-Smith, J., Smith, R., and Vinciarelli, A. (2015) Measuring Mimicry in Task-Oriented Conversations: The More the Task is Difficult, The More we Mimick our Interlocutors. In: InterSpeech 2015, Dresden, 6-10 Sept 2015, pp. 1815-1819.

Lawson, E., Scobbie, J., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2015) The Role of Anterior Lingual Gesture Delay in Coda /r/ Lenition: An Ultrasound Tongue Imaging Study. In: 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, Glasgow, UK, 10-14 Aug 2015, ISBN 9780852619414

Scobbie, J. M., Lawson, E., Nakai, S., Cleland, J., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2015) Onset vs. Coda Asymmetry in the Articulation of English /r/. In: 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, Glasgow, UK, 10-14 Aug 2015, ISBN 9780852619414

Stuart-Smith, J., Lennon, R., Macdonald, R., Robertson, D., Soskuthy, M., Jose, B., and Evers, L. (2015) A Dynamic Acoustic View of Real-Time Change in Word-Final Liquids in Spontaneous Glaswegian. In: 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow,, Glasgow, UK, 10-14 Aug 2015, ISBN 9780852619414

Lennon, R., Smith, R., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2015) An An Acoustic Investigation of Postvocalic /r/ Variants in Two Sociolects of Glaswegian. In: 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, UK, 10-14 Aug 2015, ISBN 9780852619414

Solanki, V., Vinciarelli, A., Stuart-Smith, J., and Smith, R. (2015) Utilising Hidden Markov Modelling for the Assessment of Accommodation in Conversational Speech. In: 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, UK, 10-14 Aug 2015, ISBN 9780852619414

Jose, B., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2014) Methodological Issues in a Real-Time Study of Glaswegian Vowels: Automation and Comparability. In: LSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, USA, 2-5 January 2014, (doi:10.3765/exabs.v0i0.2395)

Nance, C., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2013) Pre-aspiration in Lewis Gaelic Stop Consonants. In: Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig VI, Aberdeen, UK, 23-26 Aug 2010, pp. 275-289.

Stuart-Smith, J., Smith, R., Rathcke, T., Li Santi, F., and Holmes, S. (2011) Responding to accents after experiencing interactive or mediated speech. In: ICPhS XVII, Hong Kong, 17-21 Aug 2011, pp. 1914-1917.

Alam, F., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2011) Identity and ethnicity in /t/ in Glasgow-Pakistani high-school girls. In: ICPhS XVII, Hong Kong, 17-21 Aug 2011, pp. 216-219.

Lawson, E., Scobbie, J.M., and Stuart-Smith, J. (2011) A single case study of articulatory adaptation during acoustic mimicry. In: ICPhS XVII, Hong Kong, 17-21 Aug 2011, pp. 1170-1173.

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