here are a list of my academic publications:
Blaxter, Tam & Peter Trudgill. 2019. On case loss and svarabhakti vowels: the sociolinguistic typology and geolinguistics of simplification in North Germanic.” Journal of Linguistic Geography. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/jlg.2019.3forthcoming
Blaxter, Tam, Kate Beeching, Richard Coates, James Murphy & Emily Robinson. 2019. “Each p[ɚ]son does it th[ɛː] way: Rhoticity variation and the community grammar.” Language Variation and Change 31.1:91-117. DOI: 10.1017/S0954394519000048March 2019
Blaxter, Tam & David Willis. 2018. “Pragmatic differentiation of negative markers in the early stages of Jespersen’s cycle in North Germanic.” Diachronica 35.4. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1075/dia.16040.bla.December 2018
Blaxter, Tam & Kari Kinn. 2018. “On ek and jak in Middle Norwegian: Mixed methods in historical sociolinguistics.” Transactions of the Philological Society 2018:1-27. DOI: 10.1111/1467-968X.12126April 2018
Blaxter, Tam. 2017. Speech in space and time: Contact, change and diffusion in medieval Norway. PhD thesis, University of Cambridge. DOI: 10.17863/CAM.15576.November 2017
Blaxter, Tam & David Willis. 2017. “Pragmatic differentiation of negative markers in the early stages of Jespersen’s cycle in North Germanic.” Working papers in Scandinavian Syntax 98:105-130.June 2017
Blaxter, Tam. 2015. “Gender and language change in Old Norse sentential negatives.” Language Variation and Change 27.3:349–375. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0954394515000125October 2015
Blaxter, Tam. 2014. “Applying keyword analysis to gendered language in the Íslendingasögur.” Nordic Journal of Linguistics 37:169–198. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0332586514000171October 2014
Blaxter, Tam. 2013. Sociolinguistic variation in the Old Icelandic Family Sagas. MPhil thesis, University of Oxford.June 2013
Blaxter, Tam. 2010. ‘We still talk Cadbury Heath.’ A quantitative study of rhoticity in Bristol English. BA dissertation, University of Essex.June 2010