Dr Megan Tiddeman


2022

Semantic shift in Middle English: FARMING and TRADE as test cases
Sylvester, L.M., Tiddeman, M. and Ingham, R. 2022. Semantic shift in Middle English: FARMING and TRADE as test cases. Transactions of the Philological Society. 120 (3), pp. 427-446. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-968X.12249

2022

Lexical Borrowing in the Middle English period: A multi-domain analysis of semantic outcomes
Sylvester, L.M., Tiddeman, M. and Ingham, R. 2022. Lexical Borrowing in the Middle English period: A multi-domain analysis of semantic outcomes. English Language and Linguistics. 26 (2), pp. 237-261. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1360674321000113

2020

An analysis of French borrowings at the hypernymic and hyponymic levels of Middle English
Sylvester, L.M., Tiddeman, M. and Ingham, R. 2020. An analysis of French borrowings at the hypernymic and hyponymic levels of Middle English. Lexis: Journal of English Lexicology. 16. https://doi.org/10.4000/lexis.3576

2018

Lexical exchange with Italian in the textile and wool trades in the thirteenth to fifteenth centuries
Tiddeman, M. 2018. Lexical exchange with Italian in the textile and wool trades in the thirteenth to fifteenth centuries. Medieval Clothing and Textiles. 14, pp. 113-140.

2023

Libri alienigeni: Evidence of Anglo-Italian language contact from the fifteenth-century port of Southampton
Tiddeman, M. 2023. Libri alienigeni: Evidence of Anglo-Italian language contact from the fifteenth-century port of Southampton. in: Languages and Cross-Cultural Exchanges in Renaissance Italy Brepols.

2023

Lexical replacement, retention and borrowing in Middle English: A case study
Sylvester, L.M., Tiddeman, M. and Ingham, R. 2023. Lexical replacement, retention and borrowing in Middle English: A case study. in: Language contact and the History of English: Processes and Effects on Specific Text-Types Peter Lang. pp. 165-187

2020

More sugar and spice: Revisiting medieval Italian influence on the mercantile lexis of England
Tiddeman, M. 2020. More sugar and spice: Revisiting medieval Italian influence on the mercantile lexis of England. in: Wright, L. (ed.) The Multilingual Origins of Standard English de Gruyter Mouton. pp. 381-410

2017

Early Anglo-Italian contact: new loanword evidence from two mercantile sources, 1440–1451
Tiddeman, M. 2017. Early Anglo-Italian contact: new loanword evidence from two mercantile sources, 1440–1451. in: Wagner, E.M., Beinhoff, B. and Outhwaite, B. (ed.) Merchants of Innovation: The Languages of Traders de Gruyter Mouton. pp. 217-234

2012

Mercantile multilingualism: two examples of Anglo-Norman and Italian contact in the fourteenth century
Tiddeman, M. 2012. Mercantile multilingualism: two examples of Anglo-Norman and Italian contact in the fourteenth century. in: Trotter, D. (ed.) Present and future research in Anglo-Norman: Aberystwyth Colloquium, July 2011 The Anglo-Norman On-Line Hub. pp. 91-99

2018

Southampton and the later medieval textile trade - Encyclopaedia of Dress and Textiles in the British Isles c.450-1450
Tiddeman, M. 2018. Southampton and the later medieval textile trade - Encyclopaedia of Dress and Textiles in the British Isles c.450-1450. Brill.

2018

Alum - Encyclopaedia of Dress and Textiles in the British Isles c.450-1450
Tiddeman, M. 2018. Alum - Encyclopaedia of Dress and Textiles in the British Isles c.450-1450. Brill.

2022

The Cantelowe Accounts - Multilingual merchant records from Tuscany, 1450-1451
Tiddeman, M. 2022. The Cantelowe Accounts - Multilingual merchant records from Tuscany, 1450-1451. Oxford University Press.


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