Jansen, Sandra. forthcoming. Levelling processes in a peripheral community. Prevocalic /r/ in the West of Cumbria. In: Jansen, Sandra and Lucia Siebers (eds). Processes of Change. Studies in Late Modern and Present-Day English. Amsterdam/New York: John Benjamins.
Jansen, Sandra and Christian Langstrof. forthcoming. Compiling a speech corpus of German English: A study of variation in the use of rhoticity and the BATH vowel. In: Hickey, Raymond. English in the German speaking world. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Julia Forsberg, Susanne Mohr and Sandra Jansen. under review. “The goal is to enable students to communicate”: Communicative competence and target varieties in TEFL practices of Sweden and Germany.
Jansen, Sandra. under review. Structured linguistic malleability in an L2 accent.
Jansen, Sandra. under review. A crossdialectal perspective on a ubiquitous sound change: The case of T-glottaling in two Cumbrian communities.
Jansen, Sandra and Christian Langstrof. in preparation. A first look at Malawian English – An acoustic phonetic analysis.
Jansen, Sandra. 2018. Peripheral communities and innovation. Changes in the GOOSE vowel in a West Cumbrian town. In: Braber, Natalie and Sandra Jansen (eds). Socioliguistics in England. Houndsmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Jansen, Sandra and Natalie Braber. 2018. An overview of sociolinguistics in England. In Braber, Natalie and Sandra Jansen (eds). Sociolinguistics in England. Palgrave Macmillan.
Jansen, Sandra. 2018. Predicting the future of English. Considerations when engaging with the public. English Today 34(1): 52-55. DOI: doi.org/10.1017/S026607841700027X
Jansen, Sandra. 2017. Change and stability in GOOSE, GOAT and FOOT. Back vowel dynamics in Carlisle English. English Language and Linguistics. DOI: doi.org/10.1017/S1360674317000065
Jansen, Sandra. 2017. External and Internal Factors in a Levelling Process – Prevocalic (r) in Carlisle English. In: Hancil, Sylvie and Joan Beal (eds.). Perspectives on Northern Englishes. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 111-134.
Jansen, Sandra. 2015. A Century of Change in (r) in Carlisle English. Internal Constraints in a Levelling Process. In: Torgersen, Eivind, Stian Hårstad, Brit Mæhlum & Unn Røyneland. Language Variation – European Perspectives V. Selected Papers from the 7th International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 7), Trondheim, June 2013. Amsterdam/New York: John Benjamins, 129-143.
Jansen, Sandra. 2015. Cumbria and Carlisle. In: Hickey, Raymond (ed). Researching Northern English. Amsterdam/New York: John Benjamins, 205-226.
Jansen, Sandra. 2014. Salience effects in the north-west of England. Special Issue on Salience. Linguistik Online 66: 91-110. DOI: dx.doi.org/10.13092/lo.66.1574
Jansen, Sandra. 2013. ‘I don’t sound like a Geordie!’ Phonological and morphosyntactic features of Carlisle English. In: Johannesson, Nils-Lennart, Gunnel Melchers and Beyza Björkman (eds). Of butterflies and birds, of dialects and genres: Essays in honour of Philip Shaw. Stockholm: Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis. su.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:629596/FULLTEXT01
Jansen, Sandra. 2012. High back vowel fronting in the north-west of England. S. Calamai, C. Celata & L. Ciucci (eds.). Proceedings of 'Sociophonetics, at the crossroads of speech variation, processing and communication. Pisa, December 14th-15th, 2010. Pisa: Edizioni della Normale, 29-32.
Variation in L2. Universität Leipzig, ESDL-Kolloquium (30 May).
The fronting of /uː/ in varieties of English around the world: a case of an "innovating angloversal"? Universität Hannover (12 January).
A global change not quite like the others. The case of /uː/ fronting. University of Kent, Canterbury (3 February).
Introducing a New Category of Vernacular Universals: GOOSE-fronting as Innovating Angloversal. University of Sussex (14 October).
Innovating Angloversals – The case of GOOSE-fronting. University of Gothenburg (29 September).
Vowel Changes below the level of awareness – goose-fronting and nurse-lowering in Carlisle English. Liverpool Hope University (25 February).
Language Variation and Change Studies in the UK. Universität Bonn (21 January).
Vowel Changes in Carlisle English – goose-fronting and nurse-lowering. Universität Münster (19 January).
Internal and external constraints in a levelling process - Changes in /r/ in Carlisle English. Northern British Conference, University of Rouen (12-13 May).
Do People from Carlisle Sound Like Geordies? University of Reading (18 March).
Do People from Carlisle Sound Like Geordies? University of Brighton (12 March).
Getting Into Academia. Linguistic Association of Great Britain. Student session. SOAS, London (30 August).
Presentations and Posters
From an endocentric close to an exocentric open community. Sound changes in a West Cumbrian peripheral community. Language, place and periphery, Copenhagen (18/19 January).
Linguistic repercussions of political and socioeconomic changes - Sound changes in a West Cumbrian peripheral community. Northern Englishes Workshop 8 (NEW 8), Newcastle (27-28 March).
(with Susanne Mohr and Julia Forsberg). Between communicative competence and target varieties: Comparing TEFL practices in Sweden and Germany. ASLA, Karlstad (12/13 April).
Varieties meet History - How 1980s UK economic policies influenced linguistic choices in a peripheral community. Anglistentag, Bonn (23-26 September).
A panel study of tracing loss of rhoticity in an L2 variety of English. Variation in Language Acquisition (ViLA 3), Salzburg (8-10 February).
Sex effects in the variation and change of the high back vowel. International Conference of Language Variation and Change in Europe (ICLaVE 9), Malaga (6-9 June).
Variation and change in an L2: The case of loss of rhoticity. International Conference of Language Variation and Change in Europe (ICLaVE 9), Malaga (6-9 June).
Panel organization (with Lynne Murphy): Tomorrow’s English Today. Shared Futures, Newcastle (5-7 July).
Predicting the future of English. Considerations when engaging with the public. Shared Futures, Newcastle (5-7 July).
T-glottaling in two Cumbrian communities. 7th Northern Englishes Workshop (NEW7), Edinburgh (14-15 April).
A crossdialectal study of T-glottaling in two places in Cumbria. Sociolinguistic Symposium 21, Murcia (15-18 June).
Disentangling Levelling Processes in the thought vowel in a Peripheral Town. UK Language Variation and Change Conference (UKLVC 10), York (1-3 September). [Poster]
Disentangling Variation in the thought Vowel in a Peripheral Town. International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 8), Leipzig (27-29 May).
Explaining Convergence Tendencies in the Far North of England. Third Conference of the International Society for the Linguistics of English (ISLE 3), Zürich (24-27 August).
‘I don’t sound like a Geordie’ Convergence Tendencies in the far North of England? Sociolinguistic Symposium 20, Jyväskylä (15-18 June).
Variation and Change Processes in Three Neighbouring Communities on the West Cumbrian Coast. Mobility, Variability and Changing Literacies in Modern Times, Utrecht (11-13 June).
Vowel Variation in Three Isolated Communities in Rural Cumbria. Fifth International Conference on the Linguistics of Contemporary English (ICLCE 5), Austin (25-29 September).
A century of change in /r/ in Carlisle English. International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 7), Trondheim (26-28 June).
News from Rural Cumbria – Variation and Change Processes in Three Isolated Communities. International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 7), Trondheim (26-28 June). [Poster]
Language variation in the urban north west of England – The recurrence of /h/. Sociolinguistic Symposium 19, Berlin (21-24 August).
I’m quite (h)appy (h)ere. The curious case of /h/ in Carlisle English. 2nd Workshop on Sound Change, Kloster Seeon (02-04 May) [Poster]
I’m quite (h)appy (h)ere. The curious case of /h/ in Carlisle English. 5th Northern Englishes Workshop
(NEW5), Nottingham (02-04 April).
“[J]ust rest content with the wealth and vigour of Carlisle’s living dialect.” Carlisle English – then and
now. UK Language Variation and Change Conference (UKLVC 8). Edge Hill University (12-14 September).
High back vowel fronting in the north-west of England. 6th International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 6), Freiburg (29 June-01 July).
The emergence of an ethnic variety in rural north-west Germany? 6th International Conference on Language Variation in Europe (ICLaVE 6), Universität Freiburg (29 June-01 July). [Poster]
Variation and Change in the north-west of England. Second Biennial Conference of the International Society for the Linguistics of English (ISLE 2). Boston University (17-21 June).
High-back vowel fronting in the north-west of England.’ Sociophonetics, Pisa (14.-15 December). [Poster]
Variation in the spoken Corpus of Carlisle English. ICAME 31, Giessen (26-30 May). [Poster]
GOOSE-fronting in Carlisle English.’ 4th Northern Englishes Workshop (NEW 4), Sheffield University (07-09 April).
Close-mid Vowels in Carlisle English. The III International Conference on Native and Non-native Accents of English (Accents 2009), Łodz.
GO FACE it! Close-mid vowels in Carlisle English. UK Language Variation and Change Conference (UKLVC 7), Newcastle University (01-03 September). [Poster]
Plosive Lenition in Carlisle. The Third International Conference on the Linguistics of Contemporary English (ICLCE3), University College London (15-17 July).
Accent attitudes in Carlisle/Cumbria.’ First Biennial Conference of the International Society for the Linguistics of English (ISLE 1), Universität Freiburg (08-11 October). [Poster]
Evidence of dialect contact in the accent of Carlisle. AILA 2008 – 15. Weltkongress für Angewandte Linguistik, Universität Duisburg-Essen (24-29 August).
'You used to gerri' in yer fishnets, now you only gerri' in yer nightdress' – Regional and supraregional accents in English rock songs. The Thirteenth International Conference on Methods in Dialectology (Methods XIII), Leeds University (04-08 August) (with Thorsten Brato, now University of Chemnitz).
Supraregional features in Carlisle English. The Thirteenth International Conference on Methods in Dialectology (Methods XIII), Leeds (04-08 August). [Poster]