Lexiculture

The Lexiculture Papers are an open-access collection of student scholarship on the relationship between modern English words and their historical and social contexts.   The papers represent original research using methods and approaches from linguistic anthropology, dialectology, corpus linguistics, historical sociolinguistics, and cultural studies.  The goal of the project is to demonstrate the viability of student-directed research on words that is both rigorous and accessible.

The editor of the project is Dr. Stephen Chrisomalis, and all the papers are housed here at Glossographia.

All the articles within the Lexiculture Papers are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

Volume 1 (2014)

Introduction
Stephen Chrisomalis
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1. Aryan
David Prince
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2. Bromance
Alistair King
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3. Eleventy
Julia Connally
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4. Nymphomaniac
Christen Helper
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5. Punk
Michael Elster
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6. Radical
Mohanned Darwish
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7. Ratchet
Jessica Hurst
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8. Vanilla
Cecilia Murrell-Harvey
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Volume 2 (2015)

1. Expat
Michelle Layton
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2. Dwarf
John Anderson
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3. Gnarly
Mallory Moore
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4. Cafeteria
Deanna English
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5. Michigander
Jaime Baker
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6. Octopi
Kayla Niner
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7. Chipotle
Gabriela Ortiz
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8. Feisty
Kathryn Horner
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