sound change

Post-lexical /s, z/-retraction in Manchester English: An ultrasound-tongue-imaging and lip-camera study

(2022) Paper presented at Ultrafest X

[ʃ]tranger things have happened: Retraction in (str) and (stj) clusters in Manchester English

(2019) Invited talk at the Glasgow University Laboratory of Phonetics

When sound change isn’t led by social change: The case of Northern English (ng)

(2018) Invited talk at the Philological Society meeting on 'Language change in its socio-historical context'

Revealing covert articulation in s-retraction

(2018) Paper presented at the 2018 LAGB Annual Meeting

Gradience and categoricity in s-retraction: An ultrasound study of Manchester English

(2018) Poster presented at the 2018 Colloquium of the British Association of Academic Phoneticians

Retraction on Coronation [ʃ]treet: An ultrasound-tongue-imaging study of s-retraction in Manchester English

(2018) Paper presented at the 8th Northern Englishes Workshop

Synchronic evidence for diachronic pathways of change: /g/-deletion and the life cycle of phonological processes

(2017) Paper presented at the 4th Formal Ways of Analysing Variation

A stationary frequency effect in Manchester English

(2016) Paper presented at the 2016 LAGB Annual Meeting

A constant rate effect in Manchester /t/-glottalling: High-frequency words are ahead of, but change at the same rate as, low-frequency words

(2015) Paper presented at the 2nd Edinburgh Symposium of Historical Phonology