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Merja Riitta Stenroos

Professor

Fakultet for utdanningsvitenskap og humaniora
Institutt for kultur- og språkvitenskap
HG Q-256
Publications
  • Vitenskapelige publikasjoner
    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta; Schipor, Delia

      (2020)

      Multilingual practices in Middle English documents. I: Records of real people : Linguistic variation in Middle English local documents.

      John Benjamins Publishing Company

      ISBN 9789027207951.

      s.249-277.

      DOI: 10.1075/ahs.11.11ste

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta; Thengs, Kjetil Vikhamar

      (2020)

      The geography of Middle English documentary texts. I: Records of real people : Linguistic variation in Middle English local documents.

      John Benjamins Publishing Company

      ISBN 9789027207951.

      s.70-92.

      DOI: 10.1075/ahs.11.04ste

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta; Bergstrøm, Geir; Thengs, Kjetil Vikhamar

      (2020)

      The categorization of Middle English documents : interactions of function form and language. I: Records of real people : Linguistic variation in Middle English local documents.

      John Benjamins Publishing Company

      ISBN 9789027207951.

      s.38-67.

      DOI: 10.1075/ahs.11.03ste

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta; Thengs, Kjetil Vikhamar

      (2020)

      Local documents as source material for the study of late medieval English. I: Records of real people : Linguistic variation in Middle English local documents.

      John Benjamins Publishing Company

      ISBN 9789027207951.

      s.3-21.

      DOI: 10.1075/ahs.11.01ste

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2020)

      The vernacularisation and standardisation of local administrative writing in late and post-medieval England. I: The multilingual origins of standard English.

      De Gruyter Mouton

      ISBN 9783110687514.

      s.39-85.

      DOI: 10.1515/9783110687545-003

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2020)

      Regional variation and supralocalization in late medieval English: comparing administrative and literary texts. I: Records of real people : Linguistic variation in Middle English local documents.

      John Benjamins Publishing Company

      ISBN 9789027207951.

      s.96-128.

      DOI: 10.1075/ahs.11.05ste

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2020)

      Land documents as a source of word geography. I: Records of real people : Linguistic variation in Middle English local documents.

      John Benjamins Publishing Company

      ISBN 9789027207951.

      s.176-202.

      DOI: 10.1075/ahs.11.08ste

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2019)

      Langage o northrin lede: northern Middle English as a written medium. I: Revisiting the medieval North of England.

      University of Wales Press

      ISBN 9781786833945.

      s.44-63.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2019)

      The development of Old English eo/eo and the systematicity of Middle English spelling. I: Historical Dialectology in the Digital Age.

      Edinburgh University Press

      ISBN 9781474430531.

      s.133-155.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2018)

      From scribal repertoire to text community: the challenge of variable writing systems. I: Scribal repertoires in Egypt from the New Kingdom to the Early Islamic period.

      Oxford University Press

      ISBN 9780198768104.

      s.20-40.

      DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198768104.003.0002

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2017)

      Perspectives on geographical variation. I: English historical linguistics: approaches and perspectives.

      Cambridge University Press

      ISBN 978-1107113640.

      s.303-331.

      DOI: 10.1017/9781316286562.012

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2017)

      Like the coins when currencies are combined: contextualizing the written language of fifteenth-century English merchants. I: Merchants of Innovation. The Languages of Traders.

      De Gruyter Mouton

      ISBN 978-1-5015-0354-2.

      s.19-39.

      DOI: 10.1515/9781501503542-002

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta; Smith, Jeremy J.

      (2016)

      Changing functions: English spelling before 1600. I: The Routledge Handbook of the English Writing System.

      Routledge

      ISBN 978-0-415-71597-3.

      s.125-142.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2016)

      Regional language and culture: the geography of Middle English linguistic variation. I: Imagining Medieval English: Language Structures and Theories, 500-1500.

      Cambridge University Press

      ISBN 978-1-107-05859-0.

      s.100-125.

      DOI: 10.1017/cbo9781107415836.006

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2014)

      Fugitive voices: personal involvement in Middle English letters of defence. I: 'Ye whom the charms of grammar please': Studies in English Language History in Honour of Leiv Egil Breivik.

      Peter Lang Publishing Group

      ISBN 9783034317795.

      s.355-380.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2013)

      Identity and intelligibility in Late Middle English scribal transmission: local dialect as an active choice in fifteenth-century texts. I: Scribes as agents of language change.

      De Gruyter Mouton

      ISBN 978-1-61451-050-5.

      s.159-181.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta; Thengs, Kjetil Vikhamar

      (2012)

      Two Staffordshires: real and linguistic space in the study of Late Middle English dialects.

      Studies in Variation, Contacts and Change in English

      ISSN 1797-4453.

      Hefte 20.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2012)

      The gender of loanwords in Southwest Midland texts of the thirteenth century. I: Explorations in the English language: Middle Ages and beyond.

      Peter Lang Publishing Group

      ISBN 978-3-631-63384-7.

      s.123-135.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta; Kretzschmar, William A. Jr

      (2012)

      Evidence from surveys and atlases in the history of the English language. I: The Oxford Handbook of the History of English.

      Oxford University Press

      ISBN 978-0-19-992276-5.

      s.111-122.

      DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199922765.013.0012

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2010)

      The pronoun of address in Piers Plowman: authorial and scribal usage.

      Journal of Historical Pragmatics

      ISSN 1566-5852.

      Volum 11.

      Hefte 1.

      s.1-31.

      DOI: 10.1075/jhp.11.1.01ste

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2008)

      Order out of chaos? The English gender change in the Southwest Midlands as a process of semantically based reorganization.

      English Language and Linguistics

      ISSN 1360-6743.

      Volum 12.

      s.445-473.

      DOI: 10.1017/S1360674308002712

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2008)

      Amarscled in "The Man in the Moon".

      Notes and Queries

      ISSN 0029-3970.

      Volum 55.

      s.400-404.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2008)

      A-MARSCLED IN 'THE MAN IN THE MOON'.

      Notes and Queries

      ISSN 0029-3970.

      Volum 55.

      Hefte 4.

      s.400-404.

      DOI: 10.1093/notesj/gjn177

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2006)

      A Middle English mess of fricative spellings: reflections on thorn, yogh and their rivals. I: To make his Englissh sweete upon his tonge. Series: Medieval English Mirror. ISSN: 1640-435X.

      Peter Lang Publishing Group

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2005)

      Spelling conventions and rounded front vowels in the poems of William Herebert. I: N. Ritt and H. Schendl (eds), Rethinking Middle English: linguistic and literary approaches.

      Peter Lang Publishing Group

      s.291-308.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2005)

      The spread of they, their and them in English: the Late Middle English evidence. I: M. Krygier and L. Sikorska (eds), Naked Wordes in Englissh.

      Peter Lang Publishing Group

      s.66-96.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2004)

      Regional dialects and spelling conventions in Late MiddleEnglish: searches for (th)in the LALME data. I: M. Dossena and R. Lass (eds), Methods and Data in EnglishHistorical Dialectology.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2002)

      Words for MAN in the transmission of Piers Plowman. I: Javier E. Diaz Vera (ed.), A Changing World of Words: Studies in English Historical Lexicography, Lexicology and Semantics.

      s.375-409.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2002)

      Free variation and other myths: interpreting historical English spelling.

      ?

      Volum 38.

      s.237-260.

    • Stenroos, Merja; Smith, Jeremy; Horobin, Simon

      (2002)

      Towards a history of Middle English spelling. I: Middle English from Tongue to Text. Selected papers from the Third International Conference on Middle English: Language and Text, held at Dublin, Ireland, 1-4 July 1999.

      s.9-20.

  • Bøker og kapitler
    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta; Thengs, Kjetil Vikhamar

      (2020)

      Records of real people : Linguistic variation in Middle English local documents.

      John Benjamins Publishing Company

      ISBN 9789027207951.

      Volum 11.

      Hefte ..

    • Traxel, Oliver Martin; Stenroos, Merja Riitta; Mäkinen, Martti; Thengs, Kjetil Vikhamar

      (2019)

      Current Explorations in Middle English: Selected Papers from the 10th International Conference on Middle English (ICOME), University of Stavanger, Norway, 2017.

      Peter Lang Publishing Group

      ISBN 978-3631782057.

      Hefte 56.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta; Mäkinen, Martti; Særheim, Inge

      (2012)

      Language Contact and Development around the North Sea.

      John Benjamins Publishing Company

      ISBN 978-90-272-4839-8.

      Volum 321.

      Hefte 4.

  • Formidling
    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2019)

      The presence of women in Middle English local documents.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2019)

      What, if anything, are Middle English dialects? Some thoughts on a changing concept..

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2019)

      Historical documents as expressions of identity: the MELD corpus.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2018)

      Formulaicness, individual voice and the function of late medieval English letters .

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2018)

      Late medieval English documentary and literary language: how different are they?.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2017)

      In our vulgar tongue: the ‘vernacularisation' and 'standardisation' of local administrative writing in late and post-medieval England .

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2016)

      Land documents as a source of word geography.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2016)

      Multilingualism and visual grammar in late medieval English land surveys.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2014)

      Money, monks and murder: using English in the Middle Ages.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2014)

      Beyond the predictable: schoolbooks and the habit of bilingual writing in late medieval England.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2014)

      Mapping Middle English documentary texts.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2014)

      The MELD project: update on progress and thoughts on the way ahead.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2014)

      Contextualizing the written language of English merchants in the fifteenth century.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2013)

      Griser med og uten saus.

      Univers - magasin fra Universitetet i Stavanger

      ISSN 1893-2355.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2013)

      31 ord for ’man’.

      Univers - magasin fra Universitetet i Stavanger

      ISSN 1893-2355.

    • Stenroos, Merja; Thengs, Kjetil Vikhamar

      (2013)

      The language and geography of Middle English documentary texts.

    • Stenroos, Merja; Thengs, Kjetil Vikhamar

      (2013)

      The traces of vernacular literacy: mapping Middle English written variation.

    • Stenroos, Merja; Thengs, Kjetil Vikhamar

      (2013)

      Middle English legal documents and the geography of written dialects.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2012)

      Å svive rundt på øya Man.

      Univers - magasin fra Universitetet i Stavanger

      ISSN 1893-2355.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2012)

      Full som en lord.

      Univers - magasin fra Universitetet i Stavanger

      ISSN 1893-2355.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2012)

      The development of OE eo/ēo and the systematicity of Middle English spelling.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2012)

      Dialect and bilingualism in late medieval English schoolbooks.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta; Makinen, M; Særheim, Inge

      (2012)

      Editors' introduction. I: Language Contact and Development around the North Sea.

      John Benjamins Publishing Company

      ISBN 978-90-272-4839-8.

      s.ix-xvi.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2012)

      Real people in real places: towards a corpus of Middle English local documents.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2011)

      Skolegang og skolebøker i mellomalderen: hva engelske håndskrifter kan fortelle.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2011)

      Introduction to MEG-C 2011.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2011)

      "For englisch was it neuere": grammar books and vernacularisation in fifteenth-century England.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2011)

      Speaking to whom? Identity and intelligibility in Middle English scribal transmission.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2011)

      Hody-mukke.

      UniverS : magasin for Universitetet i Stavanger

      Hefte 4.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2011)

      Da jentene var gutter.

      UniverS : magasin for Universitetet i Stavanger

      Hefte 3.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta

      (2011)

      Et lydbilde fra helvete.

      UniverS : magasin for Universitetet i Stavanger

      Hefte 1.

    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta; Thengs, Kjetil Vikhamar

      (2011)

      Two Staffordshires: real and typological space in the study of Middle English linguistic variation.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2010)

      På jakt etter de vises stein: ord for den innvidde.

      Univers

      Volum 4.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2010)

      Kunsten å lese mellomengelsk: trghug og thork.

      Univers

      Volum 1.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2008)

      The Middle English Grammar Project.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2008)

      Sal, xal, schal, shal and ssal: written forms of shall/should in Middle English and the question of their phonological significance.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2008)

      Transcription and lemmatization in the Middle English Grammar Project.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2007)

      Making sense of Middle English spelling variation: the (sh) set.

    • Stenroos, Merja; Mäkinen, Martti

      (2007)

      The Middle English Grammar Corpus and Database.

    • Stenroos, Merja; Mäkinen, Martti

      (2007)

      The Middle English Grammar project: working towards a corpus of Middle English localisable texts.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2007)

      Sampling and annotation in the Middle English Grammar Project.

      ?

      Volum 1.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2006)

      A History of Middle and Early Modern English.

      NLT - Norsk lingvistisk tidsskrift

      ISSN 0800-3076.

      Volum 24.

      Hefte 1.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2006)

      The pronoun of address in Piers Plowman: authorial and scribal usage in some C-text manuscripts.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2006)

      Women and dangerous things in the thirteenth-century Southwest Midlands: reconsidering the semantic side of the English gender change.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2005)

      Reconsidering a Scandinavian loan: the spread of they, their, them in English.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2005)

      "Shalt thou so, knave?" The English pronoun of address as a problem area in late- and post-medieval written English.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2005)

      The premature reformation: learning, literacy and radicalism in the English Wycliffite movement.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2005)

      A Middle English mess of fricative spellings: reflections on thorn, yogh and their rivals.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2005)

      Unmarked or unsexed? The loss of grammatical gender reconsidered.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2004)

      Grammatical gender in Early Middle English texts of the Southwest Midlands.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2004)

      The spread of they in Middle English: functional, diatopic and diastratic perspectives.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2003)

      Regional dialects and spelling conventions in Late Middle English: searches for (th) in the LALME data.

    • Stenroos, Merja

      (2002)

      The Middle English Grammar Project.

  • Kunstnerisk produksjon
    • Stenroos, Merja Riitta; Mäkinen, Martti; Horobin, Simon; Smith, Jeremy

      (2011)

      Middle English Grammar Corpus (MEG-C) 2011.1.

    • Stenroos, Merja; Mäkinen, Martti; Smith, Jeremy; Horobin, Simon

      (2007)

      The Middle English Grammar Corpus.

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