No 26 (2015)

Regional Language Studies...Newfoundland

Editor: William J. Kirwin

Editors of this issue: Suzanne Power and Sandra Clarke

English Language Research Centre

Management Committee

William Kirwin       Sandra Clarke

Paul De Decker     Philip Hiscock

Robert Hollett       Gerard Van Herk

Jeff Webb            Jennifer Lokash (ex officio)

Suzanne Power (ex officio)

The English Language Research Centre was created in 1986, in part, to encourage and facilitate the continued investigation of the English language and cognate topics in Newfoundland. Current and future numbers of Regional Language Studies...Newfoundland are available through Memorial University's Open Access journals at:

http://journals.library.mun.ca/ojs/index.php/RLS/index.

Regional Language Studies provides information on  projects ongoing in the Centre and articles and notes under the principal research headings of ELRC: the English language in its historical, regional, and social dimensions, place-names and cartographic history, family names, and editing of Newfoundland texts. Articles on non-English language topics in the Newfoundland and Labrador context are also encouraged. The journal publishes papers by academics, students, and others on topics relating to Newfoundland languages.

Back numbers of Regional Language Studies may be found at:

http://collections.mun.ca/cdm4/browse.php?CISOROOT=%2Frlsn.  

Address:

Regional Language Studies

English Language Research Centre

 Department of English

 Arts and Administration A3019

 Memorial University

 Elizabeth Avenue

 St. John's, NL

 Canada, A1C 5S7

Phone: (709) 864-4481

Website: www.mun.ca/elrc

Email: elrc@mun.ca

Hours: Mon-Fri 9:30AM-4:30PM

ISSN 0079-9335

© English Language Research Centre, Memorial University

RLS gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Department of English, and the Dean of Arts, Memorial University.

Table of Contents

Articles

TO CAPTURE THE SOUND OF WATER: SOME THOUGHTS ON A LANGUAGE DENIED PDF
Mary Dalton



THE DICTIONARY OF CANADIANISMS ON HISTORICAL PRINCIPLES, SECOND EDITION AND REGIONAL VARIATION: THE COMPLEX CASE OF NEWFOUNDLAND PDF
Stefan Dollinger



THE SOCIAL EVALUATION OF POST-VOCALIC LIGHT /L/ IN ST. JOHN'S ENGLISH PDF
Rosanna Pierson



THE ELEMENT OF VOCAL DISGUISE IN SOCIOPHONETIC DECEPTION: A REPORT ON ONGOING RESEARCH PDF
Brittany Sobol



VOICES OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR: MOBILIZING CULTURAL HERITAGE FOR A CONTEMPORARY AUDIENCE PDF
Sandra Clarke



UPDATE ON THE DNE WORD-FILE DIGITIZATION PROJECT PDF
Suzanne Power



RLS Style Sheet PDF
Suzanne Power





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ISSN: 0079-9335