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Whitt, Richard J. (2018) “And all this is spoken of the naturall byrth . . .”: Metadiscourse in The Birth of Mankind and its German source text, Rosengarten. English Text Construction, 11 (2). pp. 225-255. ISSN 1874-8775

Whitt, Richard J. (2018) Evidentiality and propositional scope in early modern German. Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 19 (1). pp. 122-149. ISSN 1569-9854

Whitt, Richard J. (2017) Using corpora to track changing thought styles: evidentiality, epistemology, and Early Modern English and German scientific discourse. Kalbotyra, 69 . pp. 267-293. ISSN 2029–8315

Whitt, Richard J. (2016) Evidentiality in early modern English medical treatises (1500-1700). Journal of Historical Sociolinguistics, 2 (2). pp. 235-263. ISSN 2199-2908

Durrell, Martin and Whitt, Richard J. (2016) The development of the würde + infinitive construction in Early Modern German (1650–1800). Beiträge zur Geschichte der deutschen Sprache und Literatur, 138 (3). pp. 325-364. ISSN 1865-9373

Whitt, Richard J. (2015) On the grammaticalization of inferential evidential meaning: English "seem" and German "scheinen". Interdisciplinary Journal for Germanic Linguistics and Semiotic Analysis, 20 (2). ISSN 1087-5557 (In Press)

Book Section

Whitt, Richard J. (2018) Using diachronic corpora to understand the connection between genre and language. In: Diachronic Corpora, Genre, and Language Change. Studies in Corpus Linguistics . John Benjamins Publishing, Amsterdam. (In Press)

Whitt, Richard J. (2014) Singular perception, multiple perspectives through we: constructing intersubjective meaning in English and German. In: Constructing collectivity: 'we' across languages and contexts. Pragmatics & beyond new series (239). John Benjamins, Amsterdam, pp. 45-64. ISBN 9789027256447

Other

Whitt, Richard J. (2016) The Nottingham corpus of early modern German midwifery and women's medicine (ca. 1500-1700). University of Oxford Oxford Text Archive, Oxford.

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