Refereed Journal Articles
- Roeder, Rebecca. 2014. “The Canadian Shift in Non-Urban Southeastern Ontario: Transmission or Diffusion?” Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics 20, 060012. Available at: http://scitation.aip.org/content/asa/journal/poma/14/1/10.1121/1.4866376
- Roeder, Rebecca and Matt Hunt Gardner. 2013. “The Phonology of the Canadian Shift Revisited: Thunder Bay and Cape Breton,” University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics: Vol. 19: Iss. 2, Article 18. Available at: http://repository.upenn.edu/pwpl/vol19/iss2/18
- Roeder, Rebecca. 2012. “The Canadian Shift in Two Ontario Cities.” Special Issue of World Englishes: Autonomy and Homogeneity in Canadian English 31,4: 478-492. Guest editors Stefan Dollinger and Sandra Clarke.
- Roeder, Rebecca. 2012. “Definite Article Reduction and the Obligatory Contour Principle in York English.” Transactions of the Philological Society 110,2: 225-240.
- Roeder, Rebecca and Lidia-Gabriela Jarmasz. 2010. “The Canadian Shift in Toronto.” Revue canadienne de linguistique/Canadian Journal of Linguistics 55,3: 387-404.
- Roeder, Rebecca. 2010. “Northern Cities Mexican American English: Vowel Production and Perception.” Special Issue of American Speech: Accommodation to the Locally Dominant Norm 85,2: 163-184. Guest editors Malcah Yaeger-Dror and Thomas Purnell.
- Tagliamonte, Sali and Rebecca Roeder. 2009. “Variation in the English Definite Article: Socio-Historical Linguistics in t’Speech Community.” Journal of Sociolinguistics 13,4: 435-471.
- Preston, Dennis, Jaclyn Ocumpaugh and Rebecca Roeder. 2009. “L1 and L2 accents: Where the Action Is.” Lengua y migración/Language and Migration 2,1: 5-20.
- Higgins, Christina, Mary Thompson, and Rebecca Roeder. 2003. “In search of a profound answer: Mainstream scripts and the marginalization of advanced-track urban students.” Linguistics and Education 14,2: 195-220.
- Roeder, Rebecca. 2010. “Effects of consonantal context on the pronunciation of /æ/ in the English of speakers of Mexican heritage from south central Michigan.” In A Reader in Sociophonetics, Nancy Niedzielski and Dennis R. Preston (eds). Mouton de Gruyter.
- 2004. “Language in the Mid-Atlantic region.” In Encyclopedia Series American Regional Cultures, Robert Marzec (ed.). Westport, CT: Greenwood, 255-284.
- Roeder, Rebecca. Forthcoming. Review of Charles Boberg, The English language in Canada: Status, history and comparative analysis, and Sandra Clarke, Dialects of English: Newfoundland and Labrador English, World Englishes.
- Roeder, Rebecca. 2014. “Talking about Accent: The Canadian Shift and Canadian Raising.” Contact Magazine: Teachers of English as a Second Language Association of Ontario 40,4: 26-30.
- Roeder, Rebecca. 2012. “South of the Border with the Canadian Shift.” Invited blog entry for Strathy Language Unit Blog, April 20, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario.
- Asahi, Yoshiyuki, Stephanie Kelly, and Rebecca Roeder. 2009. Report on the 13th International Conference on Methods in Dialectology, University of Leeds, England, August 4-8. Dialectologia 2: 113-126.
- Roeder, Rebecca. 2009. “The effects of phonetic environment on English /æ/ among speakers of Mexican heritage in Michigan.” Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics 31.
- Roeder, Rebecca and Lidia-Gabriela Jarmasz. 2009. “The lax vowel subsystem in Canadian English revisited.” Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics 31.
- Roeder, Rebecca. 2009. “Lexical exceptionality in Yorkshire English.” Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics 30.
- Ocumpaugh, Jaclyn and Rebecca Roeder. 2007. “Hispanic English in context: Accommodation to other available norms in urban Michigan.” Linguistica Atlantica [Selected Papers from the 12th International Conference on Methods in Dialectology, Moncton, New Brunswick, August 1-5, 2005] 27/28: 71-75.
- Higgins, Christina, Rebecca Roeder, and Mary Thompson. 2001. “Critical Thinking and Practices of Participation: Mainstreaming ESL Students into the Classroom Community.” University of Wisconsin-Madison Working Papers in Linguistics, 2: 29-47.