Articles (including those forthcoming)Clark, L. & Watson, K. (forthcoming) Testing claims of a usage-based phonology with Liverpool English t-to-r. English Language and Linguistics.
Conference papers and invited talks (including those forthcoming)Clark, L., Watson, K. & West, H. (2011) Changes in Liverpool English interdental fricatives. Conference paper at UK Language Variation and Change, Edge Hill University, September.
Clark, L. & Watson, K. (2011) Evidence for phonological priming from sociophonetics. Poster presentation at UK Language Variation and Change, Edge Hill University, September.
Clark, L. (2011) Phonological levelling in Liverpool and its hinterland. Invited talk at Birmingham City University, June.
Watson, K. & Clark, L. (2011) Phonological levelling in Liverpool and its hinterland. Invited talk at the University of Edinburgh, May.
Clark, L. & Watson, K. (2011) Change point analysis and language attitudes: measuring reactions to regional variation in real-time. Invited talk at the panel on Experimental Sociolinguistics and the Poznan Linguistics Meeting, May.
Watson, K. & Clark, L. (2011) Capturing listeners' real-time reactions to local and supralocal linguistic features. Conference paper at Variation and Language Processing, University of Chester, April.
Clark, L. & Watson, K. (2011) Sociolinguistics, salience & statistics: outlining some new directions in language attitude research. Invited talk at Sheffield Hallam English Language seminar series, March 2011
Watson, K. (2011) Does Liverpool really have an accent that is 'exceedingly rare'? Invited talk at the Universität Trier, Germany.
Watson, K. & Clark, L. (2010) Sociolinguistic and cognitive linguistic perspectives on northern English t-to-r. Invited talk at the University of York.
Watson, K. & Clark, L. (2010) t-to-r in British English: word frequency, constructions and sociolinguistics. Conference paper at New Ways of Analysing Variation 39. University of Texas San Antonio.
Clark, L. & Watson, K. (2010) Exploring t-to-r in Liverpool and Lancashire. Invited talk at the University of Manchester.
Clark, L. & Watson, K. (2010) Testing a usage-based phonology with Northern English t-to-r. Conference paper at the workshop for La Phonologie de l’Anglais Contemporain: usages, variétés et structure. Montpellier.
Talks for schoolsAccent variation in north-west England: the case of Liverpool. Workshop by Lynn Clark and Kevin Watson for A2 English Language students at Stockport College, Greater Manchester. October 2010.
Merseyside's accents and steretypes. Workshop given by Lynn Clark and Kevin Watson at Skelmersdale and Ormskirk college, Skelmersdale. January 2011.