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Publications:  Prof Devyani Sharma

Sharma D, Dodsworth R(2020). Language Variation and Social Networks. ANNUAL REVIEW OF LINGUISTICS, VOL 6, vol. 6,
Sharma D, Lev-On E, Watt D, Ye Y, Cardoso A(2019). Methods for the study of accent bias and access to elite professions. Journal of Language and Discrimination vol. 3, (2) 150-172.
Sharma D(2018). Style dominance: Attention, audience, and the 'real me'. LANGUAGE IN SOCIETY vol. 47, (1) 1-31.
Sharma D(2017). Scalar effects of social networks on language variation. LANGUAGE VARIATION AND CHANGE vol. 29, (3) 393-418.
SHARMA D(2017). The Language of London and Londoners. Urban Sociolinguistics Around the World The City As a Linguistic Process and Experience, Routledge
SHARMA D(2017). World Englishes and Sociolinguistic Theory. The Oxford Handbook of World Englishes, Oxford University Press, USA
Bell A, Sharma D, Britain D(2016). Labov in sociolinguistics: An introduction. Journal of Sociolinguistics vol. 20, (4) 399-408.
Sharma D(2016). INTERACTION: TALK AND BEYOND Series Introduction. JOURNAL OF SOCIOLINGUISTICS vol. 20, (3) 335-335.
Sharma D, Rampton B(2015). Lectal Focusing in Interaction: A New Methodology for the Study of Style Variation. JOURNAL OF ENGLISH LINGUISTICS vol. 43, (1) 3-35.
SHARMA D(2014). Introduction. English in the Indian diaspora, Editors: Hundt, M, Sharma, D, Benjamins (Amsterdam),
SHARMA D(2014). Transnational flows, language variation, and ideology. English in the Indian diaspora, Editors: Hundt, M, Sharma, D, Benjamins (Amsterdam),
Sharma D(2013). What's in a grammar? Modeling dominance and optimization in contact. BILINGUALISM-LANGUAGE AND COGNITION vol. 16, (4) 731-733.
SHARMA D(2013). Transcription. Research Methods in Linguistics, Editors: Podesva, R, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge),
Sharma D, Wiltshire C(2012). Continua and clines in the development of New Englishes. The Oxford Handbook of the History of English, Editors: Nevalainen, T, Traugott, E, Oxford University Press (Oxford),
Sharma D(2012). Return of the Native: Hinglish in Britain. Hinglish, Editors: Kothari, R, Snell, R, Penguin (New Delhi),
Sharma D(2012). Second language varieties of English. The Oxford Handbook of the History of English, Editors: Nevalainen, T, Traugott, E, Oxford University Press (Oxford),
Sharma D(2012). Second-Language Varieties: English in India. English Historical Linguistics: An International Handbook, Editors: Bergs, A, Brinton, L, vol. 2, Mouton de Gruyter (Berlin),
Sharma D(2012). Shared features in New Englishes. Areal Features of the Anglophone World, Editors: Hickey, R, Mouton de Gruyter (Berlin),
SHARMA D (2012). Stylistic activation in ethnolinguistic repertoires. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics. Conference: New Ways of Analyzing Variation 40 (Georgetown University) vol. 18,
SHARMA D(2011). Typological Diversity in new Englishes. The Typology of Asian Englishes, Editors: Lim, L, Gisborne, N,
Sharma D, Sankaran L(2011). Cognitive and social forces in dialect shift: Gradual change in London Asian speech. LANGUAGE VARIATION AND CHANGE vol. 23, (3) 399-428.
SHARMA D, Rampton B (2011). Lectal focusing in interaction. Notes: Working paper.,
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Sharma D(2011). Style repertoire and social change in British Asian English. J SOCIOLING vol. 15, (4) 464-492.
Sharma D(2010). World Englishes: The study of new linguistic varieties. LANG SOC vol. 39, (3) 413-417.
Sharma D, Deo A(2010). A new methodology for the study of aspect in contact: Past and progressive in Indian English. Aspect in Grammatical Variation, John Benjamins (Amsterdam),
Sharma D(2010). Contemporary Indian English: Variation and Change. ENGL WORLD-WIDE vol. 31, (2) 209-214.
SHARMA D, Rickford J(2009). AAVE/Creole copula absence: A critique of the imperfect learning hypothesis. Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages vol. 24, (1) 53-90.
Sharma D(2009). Typological diversity in New Englishes. ENGL WORLD-WIDE vol. 30, (2) 170-195.
SHARMA D, Bresnan J, Deo A(2008). Variation and change in the individual: Evidence from the Survey of English Dialects. Language in Flux: Variation, Change, and Evolution, Editors: Kempson, R, Cooper, R, King’s College London (London),
Bresnan J, Deo A, Sharma D(2007). Typology in variation: a probabilistic approach to be and n't in the Survey of English Dialects. ENGL LANG LINGUIST vol. 11, 301-346.
SHARMA D(2007). Review of ‘Language and Woman’s Place: Text and Commentaries. Gender and Language vol. 2, (1) 319-326.
Deo A, SHARMA D(2006). Typological variation in the ergative morphology of Indo-Aryan languages. Linguistic Typology vol. 10, (3) 369-418.
Sharma D(2005). Language transfer and discourse universals in Indian English article use. STUD SECOND LANG ACQ vol. 27, (4) 535-566.
Sharma D(2005). Dialect stabilization and speaker awareness in non-native varieties of English. J SOCIOLING vol. 9, (2) 194-224.
SHARMA D(2005). Language in the United States of America. Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, Editors: Brown, K, Edition. 2, Elsevier (Oxford),
SHARMA D(2003). Discourse clitics and constructive morphology in Hindi. Nominals: Inside and Out, Editors: Butt, M, King, T, CSLI Publications (Stanford, California),
Rose M, SHARMA D(2002). Introduction: Ideology and identity in practice. Gendered Practices in Language, Editors: Benor, S, Rose, M, Sweetland, J, Sharma, D et al., CSLI Publications (Stanford, California),
SHARMA D, Deo A (2001). An Optimality Theoretic account of variation in Indo-Aryan ergative morphology. Proceedings of the Western Conference on Linguistics (WECOL). Conference: Western Conference on Linguistics (WECOL) (CSU, Fresno, California) vol. 12,
SHARMA D(2001). Kashmiri case clitics and person hierarchy effects. Formal and Empirical Issues in Optimality-theoretic Syntax, Editors: Sells, P, CSLI Publications (Stanford, California),
SHARMA D(2001). The pluperfect in native and non-native English: a comparative corpus study. Language Variation and Change vol. 13, (3) 343-375.
SHARMA D (1999). Nominal clitics and constructive morphology in Hindi. Online Proceedings of Lexical-Functional Grammar (LFG) Conference. Conference: Lexical-Functional Grammar (LFG) Conference
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