Books and Special Issues
The sociophonetics of /s/ (with Marie Maegaard & Nicolai Pharao, eds). Special issue of Linguistics 55(5), 2017.
Language, sexuality and power: Studies in intersectional sociolinguistics (with Ronald Mendes, eds). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.
Language and the politics of sexuality: Lesbians and gays in Israel. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.
Articles and Chapters
Links are for published versions of manuscripts. For open access versions, see Queen Mary Research Online, my Academia.edu or ResearchGate profiles, or email me for an off-print.
Same difference: The phonetic shape of High Rising Terminals in London. English Language and Linguistics. [online first]
Language and sexual politics. In Kira Hall & Rusty Barrett (eds.) Oxford handbook of language and sexuality. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [online first]
‘Black diamonds’, ‘clever blacks’, and other metaphors: Constructing the black middle-class in contemporary South African print media (with E. Dimitris Kitis & Tommaso Milani). Discourse & Communication 12: 149-170.
Queering multilingualism and politics: Regimes of mobility, citizenship and (in)visibility (with Tommaso Milani). In Ruth Wodak & Bernhard Forchtner, eds., The Routledge handbook of language and politics, 528-540. London: Routledge.
The substance of style: Gender, social class and interactional stance in /s/-fronting in southeast England (with Sophie Holmes-Elliott). Linguistics 55: 1045-1072.
The embedded indexical value of /s/-fronting in Afrikaans and South African English (with Ian Bekker). Linguistics 55: 1109-1139.
The topography of masculine normativities in South Africa (with Tommaso Milani and E. Dimitris Kitis). Critical Discourse Studies 14: 514-531.
Sexing diversity: Linguistic landscapes of homonationalism (with Tommaso Milani). Language & Communication 51: 69-86.
Gender, interaction and intonational meaning: The discourse function of High Rising Terminals in London. Journal of Sociolinguistics 20: 133-163.
‘That’s what I call a man’: Representations of racialized and classed masculinities in the UK print media (with Paul Baker). Gender & Language 10: 106-139.
Conflicted selves: Language, sexuality and religion in Israel. In Erez Levon & Ronald Mendes (eds.) Language, sexuality and power: Studies in intersectional sociolinguistics, 215-239. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Introduction: Locating sexuality in language (with Ronald Mendes). In Erez Levon & Ronald Mendes (eds.) Language, sexuality and power: Studies in intersectional sociolinguistics, 1-18. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Perception, cognition and linguistic structure: The effect of linguistic modularity and cognitive style on sociolinguistic processing (with Isabelle Buchstaller). Language Variation and Change 27: 319-348.
Integrating intersectionality in language, gender and sexuality research. Language and Linguistics Compass 9: 295-308.
Picking the right cherries? A comparison of corpus and qualitative analyses of news articles about masculinity (with Paul Baker). Discourse & Communication 19: 221-236.
‘The ideal gay man’: Narrating masculinity and national identity in Israel. In Tommaso Milani (ed.) Language and masculinities: Performances, intersections, dislocations, 133-155. London: Routledge.
Categories, stereotypes and the linguistic perception of sexuality. Language in Society 43: 539-566.
The politics of prosody: Language, sexuality and national belonging in Israel. In Lal Zimman, Jenny Davis & Joshua Raclaw (eds.) Queer excursions: Re-theorizing binaries in language, gender and sexuality, 101-128. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Salience and the sociolinguistic monitor: A case study of (ING) and TH-fronting in Britain (with Sue Fox). Journal of English Linguistics 42: 185-217.
East End boys and West End girls: /s/-fronting in southeast England (with Sophie Holmes-Elliott). University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 19: 111-120, 2013.
The voice of others: Identity, alterity and gender normativity among gay men in Israel. Language in Society 41: 187-211, 2012.
Gender, prescriptivism and language change: Morphological variation in Hebrew animate reference. Language Variation and Change 24: 33-58, 2012.
Teasing apart to bring together: Gender and sexuality in variationist research. American Speech 86: 69-84, 2011.
Dimensions of style: Context, politics and motivation in gay Israeli speech. Journal of Sociolinguistics 13: 29-58, 2009.
Sexuality in context: Variation and the sociolinguistic perception of identity. Language in Society 36: 533-544, 2007.
Hearing ‘gay’: Prosody, interpretation and the affective judgment of men’s speech. American Speech 81: 56-78, 2006.
Mosaic identity and style: Phonological variation and Reform American Judaism. Journal of Sociolinguistics 10: 185-205, 2006.