Dr Joanna Kopaczyk

  • Lecturer in English Language and Linguistics (English Language and Linguistics)

telephone: 01413307586
email: Joanna.Kopaczyk@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

I'm a historical linguist with a special interest in the medieval and early modern history of the Scots language.

I use corpus-driven methods to uncover textual standardisation and I'm also interested in formulaicity in language, as revealed through all kinds of repetitive patterns. I have recently co-edited a book on Binomials in the History of English (Cambridge University Press, 2017), such as to grant and to give, law and order, back and forth, which are prime examples of formulaicity and repetition.

I find it fascinating to explore legal texts composed in medieval Scottish burghs, since this is where the Scots language came to the fore as an official and formal means of communication. I have studied this evolving vernacular legal discourse in my 2013 book, The Legal Language of Scottish Burghs (Oxford University Press) and introduced the communities of practice framework to historical linguistic studies (Communities of Practice in the History of English, co-ed. with Andreas H. Jucker, John Benjamins, 2013). More recently, I was part of the FITS team at the University of Edinburgh (From Inglis to Scots: Mapping sounds to spellings) and worked on reconstructing the relationships between the proliferation of spelling variants and their postulated sound values in pre-1500 legal and administrative Scots texts.

The early modern period in the history of Scots is particularly intriguing since it saw the demise of Scots under the pressure from English in the official registers. I'm planning to look more closely at these two standardising languages in competition, as I'm also interested in historical multilingualism and why different languages were selected for different communicative purposes. This brings us again to formulaic language, conventions, genre expectations, which - in turn - evoke various pragmatic strands of inquiry, such as (im)politeness and contextual language choices.

I'm also fascinated with the early modern Scottish diaspora abroad, especially in the Baltic and Central Europe.


Selected publications

Kopaczyk, J. and Sauer, H. (2017) Defining and exploring binomials. In: Kopaczyk, J. and Sauer, H. (eds.) Binomials in the History of English: Fixed and Flexible. Series: Studies in English language. Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-24. ISBN 9781107118478

Kopaczyk, J. (2017) Terms and conditions: A comparative study of noun binomials in UK and Scottish legislation. In: Goźdź-Roszkowski, S. and Pontrandolfo, G. (eds.) Phraseology in Legal and Institutional Settings: A Corpus-based Interdisciplinary Perspective. Series: Law, language and communication. Routledge. ISBN 9781138214361

Kopaczyk, J., Włodarczyk, M. and Adamczyk, E. (2016) Medieval multilingualism in Poland: creating a corpus of Greater Poland court oaths (ROThA). Studia Anglica Posnaniensia, 51(3), (doi:10.1515/stap-2016-0012)

Jucker, A. H. and Kopaczyk, J. (2017) Historical (im)politeness. In: Culpeper, J., Haugh, M. and Kádár, D. Z. (eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Linguistic (Im)politeness. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 433-459. ISBN 9781137375070 (doi:10.1057/978-1-137-37508-7_17)

Kopaczyk, J. (2014) The language of William Dunbar: Middle Scots or Early Modern Scots? European Journal of English Studies, 18(1), pp. 21-41. (doi:10.1080/13825577.2014.881105)

Alcorn, R., Molineaux, B., Kopaczyk, J., Karaiskos, V., Los, B. and Maguire, W. (2017) The emergence of Scots: Clues from Germanic *a reflexes. In: Cruickshank, J. and McColl Millar, R. (eds.) Before the Storm: Papers from Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster Triennial Meeting, Ayr 2015. Series: Languages of Scotland and Ulste (5). Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ireland: Abderdeen, pp. 1-32. ISBN 9780956654946

Kopaczyk, J. (2013) The Legal Language of Scottish Burghs: Standardization and Lexical Bundles (1380-1560). Series: Oxford studies in language and law. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199945153 (doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199945153.001.0001)


Grants

I've been involved in the following projects in the last 5 years:

  • Post-doctoral Research Assistant (2014-17) / Co-Investigator (2017-18): From Inglis to Scots: Mapping Sounds to Spellings ('FITS'), University of Edinburgh, UK (AHRC grant, AH/L004542/1, Principal Investigator: Prof. Bettelou Los, Co-Investigators: Dr Rhona Alcorn, Dr Warren Maguire), c. £1,000,000
  • Principal Investigator (2015)/Co-Investigator (2015-18): Multilingualism in the Electronic Repository of Greater Polish Court Oaths (ROThA), National Science Centre, Poland (nr 2014/13/B/HS2/00644, Principal Investigator: Dr Matylda Włodarczyk, Co-Investigator: Dr Elżbieta Adamczyk), c.£62,500
  • Principal Investigator in post-doctoral individual project grant (2009-12, nr N N104 014337): Repetitive constructions in standardising specialised discourse: A diachronic analysis of administrative and legal Scots texts, Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Poland, c. £14,000

Supervision

I'm happy to supervise students who want to approach the Scots language from a historical perspective and work with both corpora and manuscripts / original prints. Your research questions may relate to spelling, phonology, formulaic language, pragmatics and specialised discourse. Qualitative approaches and comparative perspectives - especially in relation to English - are also welcome.


Teaching

Pre-Honours

I convene Level 2B course (ENGLANG2005), which runs in Semester 2 (2017-18) and give lectures on the history of Scots in Level 1B (ENGLANG1003).

I'm also "the go-to language person" for Scottish Literature students and deliver a few language-related lectures in Scottish Literature Level 1 (SCOTLIT1013 and SCOTLIT1012) and Level 2 (SCOTLIT2001 and SCOTLIT2002).

Honours

I convene the Honours course on The History of Scots (ENGLANG4038), which runs in Semester 2 (2017-18).

I lecture in the History of English (ENGLANG4037), Semantics and Pragmatics (ENGLANG4052) and Corpus Linguistics (ENGLANG4032).


Additional Information

All publications

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Number of items: 56.

2018

Kopaczyk, J. and Tyrkkö, J. (Eds.) (2018) Applications of Pattern-Driven Methods in Corpus Linguistics. Series: Studies in Corpus Linguistics. John Benjamins. (Accepted for Publication)

Alcorn, R., Kopaczyk, J., Los, B. and Molineaux, B. (Eds.) (2018) Historical Dialectology in the Digital Age. Edinburgh University Press. (Accepted for Publication)

Kopaczyk, J. and Krygier, M. (2018) Periodization: An evolving discipline, an evolving curriculum. In: Moore, C. and Palmer, C. (eds.) Teaching the History of the English language. Modern Language Association. (Accepted for Publication)

Kopaczyk, J., Molineaux Ress, B., Karaiskos, V., Alcorn, R., Los, B. and Maguire, W. (2018) Towards a grapho-phonologically parsed corpus of medieval Scots: Database design and technical solutions. Corpora, (Accepted for Publication)

Kopaczyk, J. and Tyrkkö, J. (2018) Blogging around the world: Universal and localised patterns in Online Englishes. In: Kopaczyk, J. and Tyrkkö, J. (eds.) Applications of Pattern-Driven Methods in Corpus Linguistics. Series: Studies in Corpus Linguistics. John Benjamins. (Accepted for Publication)

Los, B. and Kopaczyk, J. (2018) Referential functions of there+P pronominal adverbs in Older Scots. In: Nykiel, J., Łęcki, A. and Kida, I. (eds.) Diachrony of English Words and Constructions: Studies in Honour of Rafał Molencki. Peter Lang. (Accepted for Publication)

Molineaux, B., Kopaczyk, J., Alcorn, R., Maguire, W., Karaiskos, V. and Los, B. (2018) Early spelling evidence for Scots L-vocalisation: A corpus-based approach. In: Alcorn, R., Kopaczyk, J., Los, B. and Molineaux, B. (eds.) Historical Dialectology in the Digital Age. Edinburgh University Press. (Accepted for Publication)

2017

Kopaczyk, J. (2017) Administrative multilingualism on the page in early modern Poland: In search of a framework for written code-switching. In: Pahta, P., Skaffari, J. and Wright, L. (eds.) Multilingual Practices in Language History: English and Beyond. De Gruyter. ISBN 9781501504945

Kopaczyk, J. (2017) Terms and conditions: A comparative study of noun binomials in UK and Scottish legislation. In: Goźdź-Roszkowski, S. and Pontrandolfo, G. (eds.) Phraseology in Legal and Institutional Settings: A Corpus-based Interdisciplinary Perspective. Series: Law, language and communication. Routledge. ISBN 9781138214361

Kopaczyk, J. and Sauer, H. (Eds.) (2017) Binomials in the History of English: Fixed and Flexible. Series: Studies in English language. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781107118478

Kopaczyk, J. and Sauer, H. (2017) Defining and exploring binomials. In: Kopaczyk, J. and Sauer, H. (eds.) Binomials in the History of English: Fixed and Flexible. Series: Studies in English language. Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-24. ISBN 9781107118478

Alcorn, R., Molineaux, B., Kopaczyk, J., Karaiskos, V., Los, B. and Maguire, W. (2017) The emergence of Scots: Clues from Germanic *a reflexes. In: Cruickshank, J. and McColl Millar, R. (eds.) Before the Storm: Papers from Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster Triennial Meeting, Ayr 2015. Series: Languages of Scotland and Ulste (5). Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ireland: Abderdeen, pp. 1-32. ISBN 9780956654946

Jucker, A. H. and Kopaczyk, J. (2017) Historical (im)politeness. In: Culpeper, J., Haugh, M. and Kádár, D. Z. (eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Linguistic (Im)politeness. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 433-459. ISBN 9781137375070 (doi:10.1057/978-1-137-37508-7_17)

2016

Kopaczyk, J., Włodarczyk, M. and Adamczyk, E. (2016) Medieval multilingualism in Poland: creating a corpus of Greater Poland court oaths (ROThA). Studia Anglica Posnaniensia, 51(3), (doi:10.1515/stap-2016-0012)

Kopaczyk, J. (2016) Language in Scotland. Corpus-based studies, by W. Anderson (ed.) (2013). Northern Scotland, 7(1), pp. 112-117. (doi:10.3366/nor.2016.0117) [Book Review]

Molineaux, B., Kopaczyk, J., Maguire, W., Alcorn, R., Karaiskos, V. and Los, B. (2016) Tracing L-vocalisation in early Scots. Papers in Historical Phonology, 1, pp. 187-217. (doi:10.2218/pihph.1.2016.1699)

2015

Kopaczyk, J. (2015) Diachronic Corpus Pragmatics, by I. Taavitsainen, A. H. Jucker and J. Tuominen (eds.) (2014). Journal of Pragmatics, 84, pp. 33-36. (doi:10.1016/j.pragma.2015.04.010) [Book Review]

Kopaczyk, J. (2015) English Historical Pragmatics, by A. H. Jucker and I. Taavitsainen (2013). Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 16(2), pp. 321-326. (doi:10.1075/jhp.16.2.10kop) [Book Review]

2014

Kopaczyk, J. (2014) Older Scots: A Linguistic Reader, by J. J. Smith (2012). Scottish Historical Review, 93(2), pp. 293-294. (doi:10.3366/shr.2014.0224) [Book Review]

Kopaczyk, J. (2014) The History of English Spelling by Christopher Upward and George Davidson (2011). International Journal of Lexicography, 27(2), pp. 171-175. (doi:10.1093/ijl/ecu005) [Book Review]

Kopaczyk, J. (2014) The language of William Dunbar: Middle Scots or Early Modern Scots? European Journal of English Studies, 18(1), pp. 21-41. (doi:10.1080/13825577.2014.881105)

2013

Kopaczyk, J. (2013) The Legal Language of Scottish Burghs: Standardization and Lexical Bundles (1380-1560). Series: Oxford studies in language and law. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199945153 (doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199945153.001.0001)

Kopaczyk, J. and Jucker, A. H. (Eds.) (2013) Communities of Practice in the History of English. Series: Pragmatics & beyond. John Benjamins. ISBN 9789027256409

Jucker, A. H. and Kopaczyk, J. (2013) Communities of practice as a locus of language change. In: Kopaczyk, J. and Jucker, A. H. (eds.) Communities of Practice in the History of English. Series: Pragmatics & beyond (235). John Benjamins: Amsterdam, pp. 1-16. ISBN 9789027256409 (doi:10.1075/pbns.235.01int)

Kopaczyk, J. (2013) All poisons and... each of them... every day twice... :Formulaicity and quantifying determiners in Early Modern English recipes. In: Tyrkkö, J., Timofeeva, O. and Salenius, M. (eds.) Ex Philologia Lux: Essays in Honour of Leena Kahlas-Tarkka. Series: Mémoires de la Société néo-philologique à Helsingfors (90). Société Néophilologique: Helsinki, pp. 207-231. ISBN 9789519040462

Kopaczyk, J. (2013) Formulaic discourse across Early Modern English medical genres. In: Jucker, A. H., Landert, D., Seiler, A. and Studer-Joho, N. (eds.) Meaning in the History of English. Words and Texts in Context. Series: Studies in language companion series (148). John Benjamins: Amsterdam, pp. 257-300. ISBN 9789027206152 (doi:10.1075/slcs.148.12kop)

Kopaczyk, J. (2013) Formulaicity in Scots historical corpora and the lexical bundles method. In: Bennett, P., Durrell, M., Scheible, S. and Whitt, R. J. (eds.) New Methods in Historical Corpora. Series: Korpuslinguistik und interdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf Sprache = Corpuslinguistics and interdisciplinary perspectives on language (CLIP) (3). Narr Verlag: Tübingen, pp. 151-162. ISBN 9783823367604

Kopaczyk, J. (2013) How a community of practice creates a text community: Middle Scots legal and administrative discourse. In: Kopaczyk, J. and Jucker, A. H. (eds.) Communities of Practice in the History of English. Series: Pragmatics & beyond. John Benjamins, pp. 225-250. ISBN 9789027256409 (doi:10.1075/pbns.235.14kop)

Kopaczyk, J. (2013) Notariusze i pisarze miejscy a standaryzacja tekstów prawnych w Szkocji = Notaries and burgh clerks – standardising legal texts in Scotland. In: Nowakowski, P., Stroński, K. and Szczyszek, M. (eds.) Od wspólnot komunikatywnych do kontaktów międzywspólnotowych = From Communicative Communities to Inter-Community. Wydawnictwo Poznańskiego Towarzystwa Przyjaciół Nauk: Poznań, pp. 123-136. ISBN 9788376542812

Kopaczyk, J. (2013) Rethinking the traditional periodisation of the Scots language. In: Cruickshank, J. and McColl Millar, R. (eds.) After the Storm: Papers from the Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster triennial meeting, Aberdeen 2012. Series: Languages of Scotland and Ulste (4). Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ireland: Abderdeen, pp. 233-260. ISBN 9780956654939

Kopaczyk, J. (2013) Scots in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, 16th-18th centuries, by P. P. Bajer (2012). Polish-AngloSaxon Studies, 16, pp. 103-112. [Book Review]

Kopaczyk, J. (2013) Scottish papers in early modern Poland: A new resource for historical linguists. In: Korzeniowska, A. and Szymańska, I. (eds.) Scotland in Europe / Europe in Scotland: Links – Dialogues – Analogies. Semper, pp. 85-98. ISBN 9788375072402

2012

Kopaczyk, J. (2012) Long lexical bundles and standardisation in historical legal texts. Studia Anglica Posnaniensia, 47(2-3), pp. 3-25. (doi:10.2478/v10121-012-0001-0)

Kopaczyk, J. (2012) Scotland and Poland. Historical Encounters, 1500-2010, by T.M. Devine and D. Hesse (eds.) (2011). Northern Scotland, 3(1), pp. 148-152. (doi:10.3366/nor.2012.0034) [Book Review]

Kopaczyk, J. (2012) Applications of the lexical bundles method in historical corpus research. In: Pezik, P. (ed.) Corpus Data across Languages and Disciplines. Series: Lodz studies in language (28). Peter Lang: Frankfurt, pp. 83-95. ISBN 9783653024654 (doi:10.3726/978-3-653-02465-4)

Kopaczyk, J. (2012) Communication gaps in seventeenth-century Britain: Explaining legal Scots to English practitioners. In: Kryk-Kastovsky, B. (ed.) Intercultural Miscommunication Past and Present. Series: Warsaw studies in English language and literature. Peter Lang, pp. 217-243. ISBN 9783653013535

Kopaczyk, J. (2012) Repetitive and therefore fixed? Lemmatic bundles and text-type standardisation in 15th-century administrative Scots. In: Sauer, H. and Waxenberger, G. (eds.) English Historical Linguistics 2008: Selected papers from the fifteenth International Conference on English Historical Linguistics (ICEHL 15), Munich, 24-30 August 2008. John Benjamins, pp. 189-208. ISBN 9789027248428 (doi:10.1075/cilt.324.11kop)

Kopaczyk, J. (2012) The meanders of spelling, or another look at early Middle Scots <ai/ay> digraphs. In: Esquibel, J. and Wojtys, A. (eds.) Explorations in the English Language: Middle Ages and Beyond: Festschrift for Professor Jerzy Wełna on the Occasion of his 70th Birthday. Series: Studies in English medieval language and literature (35). Peter Lang, pp. 153-167. ISBN 9783653023619

2011

Kopaczyk, J. (2011) Historical pragmatics, by A. H. Jucker and I. Taavitsainen (eds.) (2010). Linguist List Online, 22, p. 2578. [Book Review]

Kopaczyk, J. (2011) Latin and Scots versions of medieval burgh laws (Leges Quator Burgorum). Scottish Language, 30, pp. 1-17.

Kopaczyk, J. (2011) Standaryzacja tekstów w perspektywie historycznej. Analiza zbitek leksykalnych = Text-type standardisation in a historical perspective. Analysing lexical bundles. In: Stalmaszczyk, P. (ed.) Metodologie językoznawstwa. Od ontologii do pragmatyki = Linguistic methodology. From ontology to pragmatics. Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego: Łódź, pp. 155-174. ISBN 9788375255850

Kopaczyk, J. (2011) A V or not a V? Transcribing abbreviations in seventeen MSS of the 'Man of Law’s Tale'. In: Thaisen, J. and Rutkowska, H. (eds.) Scribes, Printers, and the Accidentals of their Texts. Series: Studies in English medieval language and literature (33). Peter Lang: Frankfurt, pp. 91-106. ISBN 9783631607121 (doi:10.3726/978-3-653-02465-4)

2010

Kopaczyk, J. (2010) Early Modern English Dialogues, by J. Culpeper and M. Kÿto (2010). Linguist List Online, 21, p. 3781. [Book Review]

2009

Kopaczyk, J. (2009) (Multi-word) units of meaning in 16th-century legal Scots. In: McConchie, R.W. (ed.) Selected Proceedings of the 2008 Symposium on New Approaches in English Historical Lexis (HEL-LEX 2). Cascadilla Proceedings Project: Somerville, MA, pp. 88-95. ISBN 9781574734300

2006

Bugaj, J. (2006) Analytic ‘of the samyn’ or synthetic ‘its’? The use of neuter possessives in Older Scots texts. In: Nevalainen, T., Klemola, J. and Laitinen, M. (eds.) Types of Variation: Diachronic, dialectal and typological interfaces. Series: Studies in language companion series (76). John Benjamins, pp. 171-201. ISBN 9789027230867

Bugaj, J. (2006) At ‘the wylle and plesur’ of ‘kyng and soueraine’: In search of motivations for binomials as markers of legal discourse. In: Dziubalska-Kołaczyk, K. (ed.) IFAtuation: A life at IFA. A Festschrift for Professor Jacek Fisiak on the Occasion of his 70th Birthday. Adam Mickiewicz University: Poznań, pp. 85-98. ISBN 9788323216346

Bugaj, J. (2006) Sources of discourse-specific vocabulary in Middle Scots administrative records: An etymological study of binominals. In: Dossena, M. and Taavitsaninen, I. (eds.) Diachronic Perspectives on Domain-Specific English. Series: Linguistic insights (40). Peter Lang: Bern, pp. 109-132. ISBN 9783039111763

Bugaj, J. (2006) The language of legal writings in 16th century Scots and English: an etymological study of binomials. ESP Across Cultures, pp. 7-22.

2005

Bugaj, J. (2005) Middle Scots burgh court records: The influence of the text type on its linguistic features. In: Ritt, N. and Schendl, H. (eds.) Rethinking Middle English: Linguistic and Literary Approaches. Series: Studies in English medieval language and literature (10). Peter Lang: Frankfurt, pp. 75-88. ISBN 9783631520321

2004

Bugaj, J. (2004) Middle Scots Inflectional System in the South-West of Scotland. Series: Studies in English medieval language and literature, 8. Peter Lang. ISBN 9783631514399

Bugaj, J. (2004) Middle Scots as an emerging standard and why it did not make it. Scottish Language, 23, pp. 19-34.

Bugaj, J. (2004) ‘for ye vrangus haldyn of thre bollis of beire fra hyre’: Nominal plurals in south-western Middle Scots. Linguistica e Filologia, 19, pp. 53-74.

2002

Bugaj, J. (2002) Palatalisation of sonorants in Older Scots. In: Fisiak, J. (ed.) Studies in English Historical Linguistics and Philology: a Festschrift for Akio Oizumi. Series: Studies in English medieval language and literature (2). Peter Lang: Frankfurt, pp. 191-203. ISBN 9783631386170

Bugaj, J. (2002) Verb morphology of south-western Older Scots. Studia Anglica Posnaniensia, 38, pp. 43-53.

2001

Bugaj, J. (2001) The Scots-Northern English continuum of marking noun plurality. Studia Anglica Posnaniensia, 36, pp. 131-140.

2000

Kopaczyk, J. (2000) The English languages, by Tom McArthur (1998). Studia Anglica Posnaniensia, 35, pp. 311-314. [Book Review]

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Number of items: 57.

Articles

Kopaczyk, J., Molineaux Ress, B., Karaiskos, V., Alcorn, R., Los, B. and Maguire, W. (2018) Towards a grapho-phonologically parsed corpus of medieval Scots: Database design and technical solutions. Corpora, (Accepted for Publication)

Kopaczyk, J., Włodarczyk, M. and Adamczyk, E. (2016) Medieval multilingualism in Poland: creating a corpus of Greater Poland court oaths (ROThA). Studia Anglica Posnaniensia, 51(3), (doi:10.1515/stap-2016-0012)

Molineaux, B., Kopaczyk, J., Maguire, W., Alcorn, R., Karaiskos, V. and Los, B. (2016) Tracing L-vocalisation in early Scots. Papers in Historical Phonology, 1, pp. 187-217. (doi:10.2218/pihph.1.2016.1699)

Kopaczyk, J. (2014) The language of William Dunbar: Middle Scots or Early Modern Scots? European Journal of English Studies, 18(1), pp. 21-41. (doi:10.1080/13825577.2014.881105)

Kopaczyk, J. (2012) Long lexical bundles and standardisation in historical legal texts. Studia Anglica Posnaniensia, 47(2-3), pp. 3-25. (doi:10.2478/v10121-012-0001-0)

Kopaczyk, J. (2011) Latin and Scots versions of medieval burgh laws (Leges Quator Burgorum). Scottish Language, 30, pp. 1-17.

Bugaj, J. (2006) The language of legal writings in 16th century Scots and English: an etymological study of binomials. ESP Across Cultures, pp. 7-22.

Bugaj, J. (2004) Middle Scots as an emerging standard and why it did not make it. Scottish Language, 23, pp. 19-34.

Bugaj, J. (2004) ‘for ye vrangus haldyn of thre bollis of beire fra hyre’: Nominal plurals in south-western Middle Scots. Linguistica e Filologia, 19, pp. 53-74.

Bugaj, J. (2002) Verb morphology of south-western Older Scots. Studia Anglica Posnaniensia, 38, pp. 43-53.

Bugaj, J. (2001) The Scots-Northern English continuum of marking noun plurality. Studia Anglica Posnaniensia, 36, pp. 131-140.

Books

Kopaczyk, J. (2013) The Legal Language of Scottish Burghs: Standardization and Lexical Bundles (1380-1560). Series: Oxford studies in language and law. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199945153 (doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199945153.001.0001)

Bugaj, J. (2004) Middle Scots Inflectional System in the South-West of Scotland. Series: Studies in English medieval language and literature, 8. Peter Lang. ISBN 9783631514399

Book Sections

Kopaczyk, J. and Krygier, M. (2018) Periodization: An evolving discipline, an evolving curriculum. In: Moore, C. and Palmer, C. (eds.) Teaching the History of the English language. Modern Language Association. (Accepted for Publication)

Kopaczyk, J. and Tyrkkö, J. (2018) Blogging around the world: Universal and localised patterns in Online Englishes. In: Kopaczyk, J. and Tyrkkö, J. (eds.) Applications of Pattern-Driven Methods in Corpus Linguistics. Series: Studies in Corpus Linguistics. John Benjamins. (Accepted for Publication)

Los, B. and Kopaczyk, J. (2018) Referential functions of there+P pronominal adverbs in Older Scots. In: Nykiel, J., Łęcki, A. and Kida, I. (eds.) Diachrony of English Words and Constructions: Studies in Honour of Rafał Molencki. Peter Lang. (Accepted for Publication)

Molineaux, B., Kopaczyk, J., Alcorn, R., Maguire, W., Karaiskos, V. and Los, B. (2018) Early spelling evidence for Scots L-vocalisation: A corpus-based approach. In: Alcorn, R., Kopaczyk, J., Los, B. and Molineaux, B. (eds.) Historical Dialectology in the Digital Age. Edinburgh University Press. (Accepted for Publication)

Kopaczyk, J. (2017) Administrative multilingualism on the page in early modern Poland: In search of a framework for written code-switching. In: Pahta, P., Skaffari, J. and Wright, L. (eds.) Multilingual Practices in Language History: English and Beyond. De Gruyter. ISBN 9781501504945

Kopaczyk, J. (2017) Terms and conditions: A comparative study of noun binomials in UK and Scottish legislation. In: Goźdź-Roszkowski, S. and Pontrandolfo, G. (eds.) Phraseology in Legal and Institutional Settings: A Corpus-based Interdisciplinary Perspective. Series: Law, language and communication. Routledge. ISBN 9781138214361

Kopaczyk, J. and Sauer, H. (2017) Defining and exploring binomials. In: Kopaczyk, J. and Sauer, H. (eds.) Binomials in the History of English: Fixed and Flexible. Series: Studies in English language. Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-24. ISBN 9781107118478

Alcorn, R., Molineaux, B., Kopaczyk, J., Karaiskos, V., Los, B. and Maguire, W. (2017) The emergence of Scots: Clues from Germanic *a reflexes. In: Cruickshank, J. and McColl Millar, R. (eds.) Before the Storm: Papers from Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster Triennial Meeting, Ayr 2015. Series: Languages of Scotland and Ulste (5). Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ireland: Abderdeen, pp. 1-32. ISBN 9780956654946

Jucker, A. H. and Kopaczyk, J. (2017) Historical (im)politeness. In: Culpeper, J., Haugh, M. and Kádár, D. Z. (eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Linguistic (Im)politeness. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 433-459. ISBN 9781137375070 (doi:10.1057/978-1-137-37508-7_17)

Jucker, A. H. and Kopaczyk, J. (2013) Communities of practice as a locus of language change. In: Kopaczyk, J. and Jucker, A. H. (eds.) Communities of Practice in the History of English. Series: Pragmatics & beyond (235). John Benjamins: Amsterdam, pp. 1-16. ISBN 9789027256409 (doi:10.1075/pbns.235.01int)

Kopaczyk, J. (2013) All poisons and... each of them... every day twice... :Formulaicity and quantifying determiners in Early Modern English recipes. In: Tyrkkö, J., Timofeeva, O. and Salenius, M. (eds.) Ex Philologia Lux: Essays in Honour of Leena Kahlas-Tarkka. Series: Mémoires de la Société néo-philologique à Helsingfors (90). Société Néophilologique: Helsinki, pp. 207-231. ISBN 9789519040462

Kopaczyk, J. (2013) Formulaic discourse across Early Modern English medical genres. In: Jucker, A. H., Landert, D., Seiler, A. and Studer-Joho, N. (eds.) Meaning in the History of English. Words and Texts in Context. Series: Studies in language companion series (148). John Benjamins: Amsterdam, pp. 257-300. ISBN 9789027206152 (doi:10.1075/slcs.148.12kop)

Kopaczyk, J. (2013) Formulaicity in Scots historical corpora and the lexical bundles method. In: Bennett, P., Durrell, M., Scheible, S. and Whitt, R. J. (eds.) New Methods in Historical Corpora. Series: Korpuslinguistik und interdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf Sprache = Corpuslinguistics and interdisciplinary perspectives on language (CLIP) (3). Narr Verlag: Tübingen, pp. 151-162. ISBN 9783823367604

Kopaczyk, J. (2013) How a community of practice creates a text community: Middle Scots legal and administrative discourse. In: Kopaczyk, J. and Jucker, A. H. (eds.) Communities of Practice in the History of English. Series: Pragmatics & beyond. John Benjamins, pp. 225-250. ISBN 9789027256409 (doi:10.1075/pbns.235.14kop)

Kopaczyk, J. (2013) Notariusze i pisarze miejscy a standaryzacja tekstów prawnych w Szkocji = Notaries and burgh clerks – standardising legal texts in Scotland. In: Nowakowski, P., Stroński, K. and Szczyszek, M. (eds.) Od wspólnot komunikatywnych do kontaktów międzywspólnotowych = From Communicative Communities to Inter-Community. Wydawnictwo Poznańskiego Towarzystwa Przyjaciół Nauk: Poznań, pp. 123-136. ISBN 9788376542812

Kopaczyk, J. (2013) Rethinking the traditional periodisation of the Scots language. In: Cruickshank, J. and McColl Millar, R. (eds.) After the Storm: Papers from the Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster triennial meeting, Aberdeen 2012. Series: Languages of Scotland and Ulste (4). Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ireland: Abderdeen, pp. 233-260. ISBN 9780956654939

Kopaczyk, J. (2013) Scottish papers in early modern Poland: A new resource for historical linguists. In: Korzeniowska, A. and Szymańska, I. (eds.) Scotland in Europe / Europe in Scotland: Links – Dialogues – Analogies. Semper, pp. 85-98. ISBN 9788375072402

Kopaczyk, J. (2012) Applications of the lexical bundles method in historical corpus research. In: Pezik, P. (ed.) Corpus Data across Languages and Disciplines. Series: Lodz studies in language (28). Peter Lang: Frankfurt, pp. 83-95. ISBN 9783653024654 (doi:10.3726/978-3-653-02465-4)

Kopaczyk, J. (2012) Communication gaps in seventeenth-century Britain: Explaining legal Scots to English practitioners. In: Kryk-Kastovsky, B. (ed.) Intercultural Miscommunication Past and Present. Series: Warsaw studies in English language and literature. Peter Lang, pp. 217-243. ISBN 9783653013535

Kopaczyk, J. (2012) Repetitive and therefore fixed? Lemmatic bundles and text-type standardisation in 15th-century administrative Scots. In: Sauer, H. and Waxenberger, G. (eds.) English Historical Linguistics 2008: Selected papers from the fifteenth International Conference on English Historical Linguistics (ICEHL 15), Munich, 24-30 August 2008. John Benjamins, pp. 189-208. ISBN 9789027248428 (doi:10.1075/cilt.324.11kop)

Kopaczyk, J. (2012) The meanders of spelling, or another look at early Middle Scots <ai/ay> digraphs. In: Esquibel, J. and Wojtys, A. (eds.) Explorations in the English Language: Middle Ages and Beyond: Festschrift for Professor Jerzy Wełna on the Occasion of his 70th Birthday. Series: Studies in English medieval language and literature (35). Peter Lang, pp. 153-167. ISBN 9783653023619

Kopaczyk, J. (2011) Standaryzacja tekstów w perspektywie historycznej. Analiza zbitek leksykalnych = Text-type standardisation in a historical perspective. Analysing lexical bundles. In: Stalmaszczyk, P. (ed.) Metodologie językoznawstwa. Od ontologii do pragmatyki = Linguistic methodology. From ontology to pragmatics. Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego: Łódź, pp. 155-174. ISBN 9788375255850

Kopaczyk, J. (2011) A V or not a V? Transcribing abbreviations in seventeen MSS of the 'Man of Law’s Tale'. In: Thaisen, J. and Rutkowska, H. (eds.) Scribes, Printers, and the Accidentals of their Texts. Series: Studies in English medieval language and literature (33). Peter Lang: Frankfurt, pp. 91-106. ISBN 9783631607121 (doi:10.3726/978-3-653-02465-4)

Kopaczyk, J. (2009) (Multi-word) units of meaning in 16th-century legal Scots. In: McConchie, R.W. (ed.) Selected Proceedings of the 2008 Symposium on New Approaches in English Historical Lexis (HEL-LEX 2). Cascadilla Proceedings Project: Somerville, MA, pp. 88-95. ISBN 9781574734300

Bugaj, J. (2006) Analytic ‘of the samyn’ or synthetic ‘its’? The use of neuter possessives in Older Scots texts. In: Nevalainen, T., Klemola, J. and Laitinen, M. (eds.) Types of Variation: Diachronic, dialectal and typological interfaces. Series: Studies in language companion series (76). John Benjamins, pp. 171-201. ISBN 9789027230867

Bugaj, J. (2006) At ‘the wylle and plesur’ of ‘kyng and soueraine’: In search of motivations for binomials as markers of legal discourse. In: Dziubalska-Kołaczyk, K. (ed.) IFAtuation: A life at IFA. A Festschrift for Professor Jacek Fisiak on the Occasion of his 70th Birthday. Adam Mickiewicz University: Poznań, pp. 85-98. ISBN 9788323216346

Bugaj, J. (2006) Sources of discourse-specific vocabulary in Middle Scots administrative records: An etymological study of binominals. In: Dossena, M. and Taavitsaninen, I. (eds.) Diachronic Perspectives on Domain-Specific English. Series: Linguistic insights (40). Peter Lang: Bern, pp. 109-132. ISBN 9783039111763

Bugaj, J. (2005) Middle Scots burgh court records: The influence of the text type on its linguistic features. In: Ritt, N. and Schendl, H. (eds.) Rethinking Middle English: Linguistic and Literary Approaches. Series: Studies in English medieval language and literature (10). Peter Lang: Frankfurt, pp. 75-88. ISBN 9783631520321

Bugaj, J. (2002) Palatalisation of sonorants in Older Scots. In: Fisiak, J. (ed.) Studies in English Historical Linguistics and Philology: a Festschrift for Akio Oizumi. Series: Studies in English medieval language and literature (2). Peter Lang: Frankfurt, pp. 191-203. ISBN 9783631386170

Book Reviews

Kopaczyk, J. (2016) Language in Scotland. Corpus-based studies, by W. Anderson (ed.) (2013). Northern Scotland, 7(1), pp. 112-117. (doi:10.3366/nor.2016.0117) [Book Review]

Kopaczyk, J. (2015) Diachronic Corpus Pragmatics, by I. Taavitsainen, A. H. Jucker and J. Tuominen (eds.) (2014). Journal of Pragmatics, 84, pp. 33-36. (doi:10.1016/j.pragma.2015.04.010) [Book Review]

Kopaczyk, J. (2015) English Historical Pragmatics, by A. H. Jucker and I. Taavitsainen (2013). Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 16(2), pp. 321-326. (doi:10.1075/jhp.16.2.10kop) [Book Review]

Kopaczyk, J. (2014) Older Scots: A Linguistic Reader, by J. J. Smith (2012). Scottish Historical Review, 93(2), pp. 293-294. (doi:10.3366/shr.2014.0224) [Book Review]

Kopaczyk, J. (2014) The History of English Spelling by Christopher Upward and George Davidson (2011). International Journal of Lexicography, 27(2), pp. 171-175. (doi:10.1093/ijl/ecu005) [Book Review]

Kopaczyk, J. (2013) Scots in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, 16th-18th centuries, by P. P. Bajer (2012). Polish-AngloSaxon Studies, 16, pp. 103-112. [Book Review]

Kopaczyk, J. (2012) Scotland and Poland. Historical Encounters, 1500-2010, by T.M. Devine and D. Hesse (eds.) (2011). Northern Scotland, 3(1), pp. 148-152. (doi:10.3366/nor.2012.0034) [Book Review]

Kopaczyk, J. (2011) Historical pragmatics, by A. H. Jucker and I. Taavitsainen (eds.) (2010). Linguist List Online, 22, p. 2578. [Book Review]

Kopaczyk, J. (2010) Early Modern English Dialogues, by J. Culpeper and M. Kÿto (2010). Linguist List Online, 21, p. 3781. [Book Review]

Kopaczyk, J. (2000) The English languages, by Tom McArthur (1998). Studia Anglica Posnaniensia, 35, pp. 311-314. [Book Review]

Kopaczyk, J. Bringing historical contexts and language use together, or how to do historical sociopragmatics: Historical sociopragmatics, by J. Culpeper (ed.) (2011). Pragmatics.Reviews, 2014(2.2), p. 1. (doi:10.11584/pragrev.2014.2.2.1) [Book Review]

Edited Books

Kopaczyk, J. and Tyrkkö, J. (Eds.) (2018) Applications of Pattern-Driven Methods in Corpus Linguistics. Series: Studies in Corpus Linguistics. John Benjamins. (Accepted for Publication)

Alcorn, R., Kopaczyk, J., Los, B. and Molineaux, B. (Eds.) (2018) Historical Dialectology in the Digital Age. Edinburgh University Press. (Accepted for Publication)

Kopaczyk, J. and Sauer, H. (Eds.) (2017) Binomials in the History of English: Fixed and Flexible. Series: Studies in English language. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781107118478

Kopaczyk, J. and Jucker, A. H. (Eds.) (2013) Communities of Practice in the History of English. Series: Pragmatics & beyond. John Benjamins. ISBN 9789027256409

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