Network participants should insert the following acknowledgement in their publications:

"Research leading to this article/chapter/book has [also] benefitted from ongoing discussions on the “new speaker” theme as part of the EU COST Action IS1306 network entitled “New Speakers in a Multilingual Europe: Opportunities and Challenges”.

Codó, Eva. 2018. “Lifestyle Residents in Barcelona: A Biographical Perspective on Linguistic Repertoires, Identity Narrative and Transnational Mobility.” International Journal of the Sociology of Language, no. forthcoming Special issue.

Costa, J. (2017). Revitalising Language in Provence: A Critical Approach. Oxford: Blackwell & Philological Society.

Hogan-Brun, G. & O'Rourke B. (forthcoming), Handbook of Minority Languages, Palgrave Macmillan

Jaspers, Jürgen. 2017. “Diglossia and beyond.” JOUR. In The Oxford Handbook of Language and Society, edited by Ofelia García, Nelson Flores, and Max Spotti. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Jaspers J. 2017, b. (accepted) "Language education policy and sociolinguistics. Toward a new critical engagement". In: Tollefson & Perez-Milans (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Language Policy and Planning 

Jaspers J. 2017, c. "Double-edged valorizations of urban heteroglossia". In: P. Van Avermaet, S. Sierens, S. Slembrouck & K. Maryns (Eds.), The multilingual edge of education. Palgrave Macmillan (in press).

Jaspers, Jürgen, and Lian Malai Madsen. n.d. “Sociolinguistics in a Languagised World. Applied Linguistics Review.” Applied Linguistics Review, no. Forthcoming.

Kasstan, Jonathan, and Daniela Müller. n.d. “(L) as a Sociolinguistic Variable in Francoprovençal.” International Journal of the Sociology of Language 249: 1–20.

Márquez-Reiter, R. & Martín Rojo, L. 2018 (in preparation). "Linguistics of participation and exclusion. New speakers’ struggles for mobility in Europe". Special issue editors: International. Journal of the Sociology of Language.

O'Rourke, Bernadette, (in press). “Language awareness amongst “new speakers” in a multilingual classroom”. In Frijns, C., Hélot, C., Van Gorp, K. & Sierens, S. (eds.). Language Awareness in Multilingual Classrooms in Europe: From Theory to Practice, De Gruyter

O'Rourke, Bernadette, (in press), b. “New Speakers of Minority Languages” In L. Hinton et al. (eds) Routledge Handbook of Language Revitalization.

O'Rourke, Bernadette & Pujolar, J. (in press) “The debates on "new speakers" and “non-native” speakers as symptoms of late modern anxieties over linguistic ownership”, Anthropological Review

O’Rourke, B., Pujolar, J., & Walsh, J. (in press) “Language Education and New Speakers of Minority Languages” in Encyclopedia of Language and Education 3rd edition ("Language Policy and Political Issues in Education"), Springer .

O'Rourke, Bernadette & Walsh, John, (forthcoming). New Speakers of Irish in a Global Age, Routledge

Puigdevall, Maite, John Walsh, Estibaliz Amorrortu, and Ane Ortega. n.d. “I’ll Be One of Them’: Linguistic Mudes and New Speakers in Three Minority Language Contexts.” Journal of Multilingual & Multicultural Development.

Pujolar, J. and O’Rourke, B. 2017 (forthcoming) "New speakers, non-native speakers: towards a post-national linguistics". Annual Review of Anthropology, vol. 45.

Ortega, Ane, Estibaliz Amorrortu, Jone Goirigolzarri, and Jacqueline Urla. n.d. Euskal Hiztun Berriak: Esperientziak, Jarrerak Eta Identitateak. Bilbao: Deustuko Unibertsitatea, BizkaiLab.

Roger, Geoffrey, and Julia de bres. 2017. “Langues de France et Charte européenne des langues régionales ou minoritaires : inventaire critique des arguments anti-ratification (2014-2015).” Sociolinguistic Studies 11 (1 (Forthcoming)).

Walsh, John & O'Rourke, Bernadette, (in press) “New speakers across time and space”. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development

Urla, Jacqueline, Estibaliz Amorrortu, Ane Ortega, and Jone Goirigolzarri. 2017. “Basque Standardization and the New Speaker: Political Praxis and the Shifting Dynamics of Authority and Value.” In Standardizing Minority Languages: Competing Ideologies of Authority and Authenticity in the Global Periphery, edited by Pia Lane and James Costa. New York: Routledge.

Absillis K. & J. Jaspers. 2016. "Beware of the weeds. Reconsidering Flemish purism as a utopian discourse". International Journal of the Sociology of Language 242, 1-24.

Brennan, Sara C & James Costa. 2016. “The Indexical Reordering of Language in Times of Crisis: Nation, Region, and the Rebranding of Place in Shetland and Western Ireland.” Signs and Society 4 (Supplement 2016): 106–37.

Brennan Sara, Danson Michael, O'Rourke, Bernadette, 2016. “Selling a Language to Save It? The Business-Oriented Promotion of Gaelic and Irish”. In W. McLeod (ed.) Canan & Cultar (Language and Culture): Rannsachadh na Gaidhlig 8, Dunedin Academic Press. 

Cioè-peña, Maria, Emilee Moore, and Luisa Martín Rojo. 2016. “The Burden of ‘Nativeness’: Four Plurilingual Student-Teachers’ Stories.” Bellaterra Journal of Teaching & Learning Language & Literature 9 (June): 32–52.

Costa, James. 2016. “Introduction : penser les langues régionales dans l’enseignement bilingue". In Education Bilingue En France: Politiques Linguistiques, Modèles et Pratiques, edited by Jürgen Erfurt and Christine Hélot. Frankfurt am Main, Bern & Berlin: Peter Lang.

Dannevig, André Nilsson. 2016. “Language Conversion to Nynorsk in an Language Conversion to Nynorsk in an Oslo High School: A Critical Sociolinguistic Approach.” University of Oslo.

Ferreira, Vera, and Peter Bouda. 2016. Language Documentation and Conservation in Europe. Edited by. Honololu: University of Hawaii Press.

Fukuda, Makiko. 2016. “Double Gateway to the Host Society? Knowledge and Perceptions of Japanese People Living in Catalonia Regarding Language.” Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 4632 (March): 1–16. 

Hornsby, Michael. 2016. “Du shtetl à la ville : à la recherche d’un yiddish (presque) perdu (From the Shtetl to the City : looking for an (almost) lost variety of Yiddish).” Droit et cultures : les langues autochtones dans la cité 72 (2): 227–40.

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Hornsby, Michael. 2016, b. “Lemko Linguistic Identity: Contested Pluralities.” Language Documentation & Conservation 9 (Special Issue edited by Vera Ferreira and Peter Bouda): 13–25.

Hornsby, Michael. 2016, c. “Finding an Ideological Niche for New Speakers in a Minoritised Language Community.” Language, Culture and Curriculum 0 (0). Taylor & Francis: 1–14. 

Hornsby Michael, 2016, d. 'Varieties of Variation in a Very Small Place' Revisited: Some Considerations from Wilamowice. In: Olko, Justyna; Wicherkiewicz, Tomasz; Borges, Robert (eds.)  Integral Strategies for Language Revitalization. Warsaw: University of Warsaw, 81-90.

Hornsby M. & Rosiak, K. 2016. Motivational Factors in the Acquisition of Welsh in Poland. Studia Celtica Posnaniensia 1: 57-72.

Iglésias, Narcís. 2016. “El parlant multilingüe davant la llengua, el parlant monolingüe davant les llengües : a propòsit de dues autobiografies lingüístiques (The multilingual speaker facing language, the monolingual speaker facing Llanguages : two linguistic autobiographies).” In Constructing Languages. Norms, Myths and Emotions, edited by Francesc Feliu and Josep Maria Nadal, 393–411. Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing. 

Jaspers, Jürgen. 2016. “(Dis)fluency.” Annual Review of Anthropology 45: 147–62.

Martín Rojo, L. y Rodríguez, L.R. 2016. "Muda lingüística y movilidad social. Trayectorias de jóvenes migrantes hacia la universidad". Discurso y Sociedad, vol. 10(1), pp. 100-133.

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Nance, Claire, Wilson McLeod, Bernadette O’Rourke, and Stuart Dunmore. 2016. “Identity, Accent Aim, and Motivation in Second Language Users: New Scottish Gaelic Speakers’ Use of Phonetic Variation.” Journal of Sociolinguistics 20 (2): 164–91. 

Petit, Kevin. 2016. “Successful Learners of Irish as an L2: Motivation, Identity and Linguistic Mudes.” Studia Celtica Posnaniensia 1 (1): 39–56. 

Rebeca, Lilia, and Rodríguez Torres. 2016. “Muda Lingüística Y Movilidad Social . Trayectorias de Jóvenes Migrantes Hacia La Luisa Martín Rojo.” Discurso & Sociedad 10 (1): 100–133.

Rosiak, Karolina. 2016. “The Welsh Language and Social Integration from the Point of View of the New Polish Emigration to Wales.” Zeszyty Łużyckie 50: 1–17.

Smith-Christmas, Cassie. 2016. “Regression on the Fused Lect Continuum? Discourse Markers in Scottish Gaelic-English Speech.” Journal of Pragmatics 94: 64–75. 

Smith-Christmas, Cassie. 2016, b. Family Language Policy: Maintaining an Endangered Language in the Home. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Boix-fuster, Emili, and Anna Paradís. 2015. “Ideologies and Trajectories of ‘New Speakers’ in Bilingual Families in Catalonia.” Revista de Llengua I Dret 63: 165–85. 

Costa, James. 2015. New speakers, new language: on being a legitimate speaker of a minority language in Provence. International Journal for the Sociology of Language. Issue 231.

Hornsby, Michael. 2015. The ‘new’ and ‘traditional’ speaker dichotomy: bridging the gap. International Journal for the Sociology of Language. Issue 231.

Hornsby, Michael. 2015. Revitalizing Minority Languages : New Speakers of Breton, Yiddish and Lemko. Palgrave Macmillan . 

Jaffe, Alexandra. 2015. Defining the New Speaker: Theoretical Perspectives and Learner Trajectories. International Journal for the Sociology of Language. 231.

Lamarre, Patricia, Stéphanie Lamarre, Marina Lefranc, and Catherine Levasseur. 2015. La socialisation langagière comme processus dynamique. Suivi d’une cohorte de jeunes plurilingues intégrant le marché du travail. Québec : Conseil supérieur de la langue française.

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Marecka, Marta, Magdalena Wrembel, Dariusz Zembrzuski, and Agnieszka Otwinowska. 2015. “Do Early Bilinguals Speak Differently than Their Monolingual Peers ? Predictors of Phonological Performance of Polish-English Bilingual Children.” In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Monolingual and Bilingual Speech 2015, edited by E Babatsouli and D Ingram, 1–7. Chania: Institute of monolingual and bilingual speech.

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