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Books Available for Review (April 2017)

We have received the following books for review:

Altshuler, Daniel.2016. Events, States and Times. An Essay on Narrative Discourse in English. De Gruyter.
Andrus, Jennifer. 2015. Entextualizing Domestic Violence. Language Ideology and Violence Against Women in the Anglo-American Hearsay Principle. Oxford University Press.

Berson, Josh. 2015. Computable bodies. Instrumented Life and the Human Somatic Niche. Bloomsbury.
Considine, John. 2017. Small Doctionaries & Curiosity. Lexicography & Fieldwork in Post-Medieval Europe. Oxford University Press.
Danesi, Marcel. 2017. The Semiotics of Emoji The Rise of Visual Language in the Age of the Internet. Bloomsbury.
Ehrlich. Susan, Diana Eades & Janet Ainsworth (eds.), 2016. Discursive Constructions of Consent in the Legal Process. (Oxford Studies in Language and Law). Oxford University Press.
Enfield, N. J. & Paul Kockelman. 2017. Distributed Agency. Oxford University Press.

Felton Rosulek, Laura. 2015. Dueling Discourses. The Construction of Reality in Closing Arguments.Oxford University Press.
Finnegan, Ruth. 2015. Where is Language? An Antrhopologist’s Question on Language, Literature amd Performance. Bloomsbury.
Gaines, Philip. 2016. From Truth to Technique at Trial. A Discursive History of Advocacy Advice Texts. Oxford Studies in Language and Law. Oxford University Press.
Genosko, Gary. 2016. Critical Semiotics. Theory, from Information to Affect. (Bloomsbury Advances in Semiotics.) Bloomsbury.
Ghosh, Semanti. 2017. Different Nationalisms. Bengal 1905-1947. Oxford University Press.

Heffer, Chris, Frances Rock, and John Conley (eds.) 2013. Legal-Lay Communication: Textual Travels in the Law. Oxford University Press.

Heller, Monica, Lindsay A. Bell, Michelle Daveluy, Mireille McLaughlin, Hubert Noël. 2015. Sustaining the Nation. The Making and Moving of Language and Nation. (Oxford Studies in Sociolinguistics) Oxdord: Oxford University Press.

Joaquin, Anna Dina L. and John H. Schumann. 2013. Exploring the Interactional Instinct. Oxford University Press.
Jones, Rodney H. 2016. Spoken Discourse. Bloomsbury.

Kelly-Holmes, Helen (Editor) & Tommaso M. Milani (Editor). 2013. Thematising Multilingualism in the Media. John Benjamins.
Kroskrity, Paul V and Anthony K. Webster (eds.) 2015. The Legacy of Dell Hymes: Ethnopoetics, Narrative Inequality, and Voice. Indiana University Press.

Levon, Erez and Ronald Beline Mendes (Eds.) 2016. Language, Sexuality, and Power. Studies in Intersectional Sociolinguistics. (Studies in Language, Gender, & Sexuality.) Oxdford: Oxford University Press.
Lyovin, Anatole, Brett Kessler, and William Leben. 2016. An Introduction to the Languages of the World (Second Edition). Oxford University Press.

Moriarty, Máiréad. 2015. Globalizing Language Policy and Planning. An Irish Language Perspective. Palgrave Macmillian.

Motschenbacher, Heiko. 2013. New Perspectives on English as a European Lingua Franca. John Benjamins.
Pelkey, Jamin. 2017. The Semiotics of X. Chiasmus, Cognition, and Extreme Body Memory. Bloomsbury.
Peplow, David. 2016. Talk About Books. A Study of Reading Groups. Bloomsbury.

Ricento, Thomas (ed.) 2015. Language Policy & Political Economy. English in a Global Cotext.Oxford University Press.

Saraceni, Mario. 2015. World Englishes: A Critical Analysis. Bloomsbury.
Schwyter, Jürg R. 2016. Dictating to the Mob. The History of the BBC Advisory Committee on Spoken English. Oxford University Press.
Shuy, Roger. W. 2016. The Language of Fraud Cases. Oxford University Press.
Tracy, Karen. 2016. Discourse, Identity, and Social Change in the Marriage Equality Debates. Oxford Studies in Language and Law. Oxford University Press.



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