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RT @annisairi: .@Katherine_McDon suggests bilingualism might the language of magical power in early Italy instead of some specific language #HiSoN2014 14 Feb 14 15:03 GMT

I'm trying to post a word cloud I made of my #hison2014 notes - why doesn't this work? WHY 11 Feb 14 09:59 GMT

RT @earlymodernjohn: Last #HiSoN2014 tweet: an amazing conference, and brilliant people — #ff @gavinsl @annisairi @heatherfro @Katherine_Mcdon 7 Feb 14 22:28 GMT

RT @earlymodernjohn: Last #HiSoN2014 tweet: an amazing conference, and brilliant people — #ff @gavinsl @annisairi @heatherfro @Katherine_Mcdon 7 Feb 14 21:32 GMT

RT @annisairi: My last #hison2014 tweet: on my way to dinner, two young boys invited me to a threesome. #conferencebingo #lecherousacademic 7 Feb 14 21:31 GMT

RT @earlymodernjohn: Last #HiSoN2014 tweet: an amazing conference, and brilliant people — #ff @gavinsl @annisairi @heatherfro @Katherine_Mcdon 7 Feb 14 21:30 GMT

RT @earlymodernjohn: Last #HiSoN2014 tweet: an amazing conference, and brilliant people — #ff @gavinsl @annisairi @heatherfro @Katherine_Mcdon 7 Feb 14 21:20 GMT

One more: I had a lovely time at #hison2014 in Sheffield. Am just back from dinner w/Shef colleague & his lady - tmrrow to Brighton. 7 Feb 14 20:58 GMT

My last #hison2014 tweet: on my way to dinner, two young boys invited me to a threesome. #conferencebingo #lecherousacademic 7 Feb 14 20:53 GMT

Last #HiSoN2014 tweet: an amazing conference, and brilliant people — #ff @gavinsl @annisairi @heatherfro @Katherine_Mcdon 7 Feb 14 20:39 GMT

Last plenary done. End of conference tweeting, I promise. Now off for what I'm promised will be some fine Sheffield beer. #HiSoN2014, out. 7 Feb 14 17:21 GMT

Langer: language history from below allows us to get a more refined picture of linguistic diversity #hison2014 7 Feb 14 16:51 GMT

How to see invisible languages of the past: memoirs (direct speech), private letters (codeswitching, language contact) #hison2014 7 Feb 14 16:43 GMT

Langer looking at Schleswig and asking whether & how we can see 'invisible languages' — Low German, South Jutish, Frisian. #HiSoN2014 7 Feb 14 16:39 GMT

Final plenary! Nils Langer showing an 1878 textbook that contains sentences for students to translate Low German to High German. #HiSoN2014 7 Feb 14 16:38 GMT

I didn't realize it was Friday #hison2014 7 Feb 14 16:32 GMT

Nils Langer notes he's the only thing standing between us and the weekend #hison2014 7 Feb 14 16:32 GMT

RT @sharon_howard: Historians who like linguistics/linguists who like history: check out #HiSoN2014, plus twitter archive http://t.co/fqaQhoayAR 7 Feb 14 16:20 GMT

Nils Langer shows a picture of Schleswig-Holstein – in the mist there are ponies (invisible languages!) #hison2014 7 Feb 14 16:15 GMT

Nils Langer on the problem of missing data: “if you’re not a general, why would we want your diary?” #hison2014 7 Feb 14 16:12 GMT

(2/2) language and politics (minority and regional); dialect renaissance (promotion of smaller languages) #hison2014 7 Feb 14 16:09 GMT

Nils Langer lists cool HiSoN topics: standard language ideology; language and identity; language history from below; (1/2) #hison2014 7 Feb 14 16:09 GMT

Just gatecrashed two Old English papers at #HiSoN2014 by Christine Wallis and Mark Faulkner. Mega interesting. 7 Feb 14 15:56 GMT

RT @sharon_howard: Historians who like linguistics/linguists who like history: check out #HiSoN2014, plus twitter archive http://t.co/fqaQhoayAR 7 Feb 14 15:46 GMT

Hodson: ‘bad’ novels provide a rich source of metalanguage, but must be contextualised re: novel, genre, and literary history #hison2014 7 Feb 14 15:24 GMT

"... an Irishman, in the course of time, appeared to me as great a foreigner as an Esquimaux chief." #HiSoN2014 7 Feb 14 15:22 GMT

Dialect in 19thC novels: Lady Bellington's “slight brogue [was] considered to add almost a grace to her conversation” #hison2014 7 Feb 14 15:21 GMT

"... her slight brogue being considered to add almost a grace to her conversation." #HiSoN2014 7 Feb 14 15:20 GMT

All this gold is from Jane Hodson's storming #HiSoN2014 on dialect representation in (truly dreadful) early 19th-century English fiction. 7 Feb 14 15:19 GMT

"Could you not, in speaking, correct your native accent, and not suffer your enunciation to discover the country of your birth?" #HiSoN2014 7 Feb 14 15:17 GMT

RT @annisairi: Jane Hodson now talks about dialect content in Lathom's "Young John Bull, or, Born at home and bred at home. A novel" #hison2014 7 Feb 14 15:15 GMT

RT @annisairi: Novels by Frances Lathom: Astonishment!!! (1802), The Impenetrable Secret, Find It Out! (1805), The Mysterious Freebooter (1806) #hison2014 7 Feb 14 15:14 GMT

Jane Hodson now talks about dialect content in Lathom's "Young John Bull, or, Born at home and bred at home. A novel" #hison2014 7 Feb 14 15:14 GMT

Novels by Frances Lathom: Astonishment!!! (1802), The Impenetrable Secret, Find It Out! (1805), The Mysterious Freebooter (1806) #hison2014 7 Feb 14 15:12 GMT

RT @earlymodernjohn: There's an annotation in an Irish manuscript that talks about the beauty of the sunlight falling on the page — Christine Wallis #HiSoN2014 7 Feb 14 15:04 GMT

Aren't they just! RT @earlymodernjohn: Things I've learnt at #HiSoN2014: sociolinguists are cool. Like, really cool. 7 Feb 14 15:02 GMT

A question about scribal training! Sound the @katemond horn! #HiSoN2014 7 Feb 14 14:53 GMT

RT @earlymodernjohn: There's an annotation in an Irish manuscript that talks about the beauty of the sunlight falling on the page — Christine Wallis #HiSoN2014 7 Feb 14 14:45 GMT

RT @earlymodernjohn: Things I've learnt at #HiSoN2014: sociolinguists are cool. Like, really cool. 7 Feb 14 14:43 GMT

Sad to be missing #HiSoN2014 due to my pesky cough, it sounds so interesting! 7 Feb 14 14:42 GMT

Now Mark Faulkner on 'The Death of Old English: linguistic destandardisation in 12th-century England' #HiSoN2014 7 Feb 14 14:30 GMT

About to hear Mark Faulkner talk about the death of Old English #HiSoN2014 #fb 7 Feb 14 14:30 GMT

RT @earlymodernjohn: There's an annotation in an Irish manuscript that talks about the beauty of the sunlight falling on the page — Christine Wallis #HiSoN2014 7 Feb 14 14:28 GMT

There's an annotation in an Irish manuscript that talks about the beauty of the sunlight falling on the page — Christine Wallis #HiSoN2014 7 Feb 14 14:27 GMT

Hey @SJRenProf, look who got a shout-out in Anita Auer's handout this morning! #HiSoN2014 http://t.co/qlH3RvMK4U 7 Feb 14 14:25 GMT

RT @earlymodernjohn: 'Mischsprache' is such a great word. #HiSoN2014 7 Feb 14 14:21 GMT

'Mischsprache' is such a great word. #HiSoN2014 7 Feb 14 14:19 GMT

Markus Schiegg gave a superb presentation on censored patient letters from 19thC lunatic asylums in Germany #hison2014 7 Feb 14 14:19 GMT

RT @earlymodernjohn: Amazing stuff from Christine Wallis — on dry-point annotations in a manuscript of Bede — notes made with a sharp knife or stylus! #HiSoN2014 7 Feb 14 14:05 GMT

Amazing stuff from Christine Wallis — on dry-point annotations in a manuscript of Bede — notes made with a sharp knife or stylus! #HiSoN2014 7 Feb 14 14:04 GMT

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