Professor Alan Cruttenden
Position: Emeritus Professor of Phonetics, University of Manchester; Fellow of the Phonetics Laboratory, University of Oxford
Research interests: Comparative intonation, child language, phonetics of English, writing systems
- 'The de-accenting of old information: a cognitive universal?' (2006). In G Bernini and M L Schwartz, Pragmatic organisation in the languages of Europe.
- 'Intonational diglossia: a case study of Glasgow' (2007). Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 37, 257-274.
- Gimson's pronunciation of English. Seventh edition (2008). London: Hodder Education.
- ‘Using MRI to see English sounds and their overlap’ (2013) In B. Cubrovic (ed.), Focus on English Phonetics. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishers (UK).
- Gimson's pronunciation of English. Eighth edition (2014). London: Routledge. Associated material at General British.
- 'A note on accent placement in idioms' (2017). Journal of the English Phonetic Society of Japan, 21, 31-34.
- Writing systems and phonetics. (2021). London: Routledge.