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- Morand, M.-A., Watter, C. & Schmid, S. (2023). Aspiration of fortis plosives in multiethnolectal Zurich German. Proceedings of the 20th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 3701-3705.
- Morand, M.-A., Bruno, M., Schwab, S. & Schmid, S. (2022). Syllable rate and speech rhythm in multiethnolectal Zurich German: A comparison of speaking styles. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Speech Prosody, 337-341.
- Morand, M.-A., Schwab, S. & Schmid, S. (2021). Standarddeutsche Interferenzen im Dialektwortschatz Schweizer Jugendlicher: Lexikalische und lautliche Entlehnungen. Bulletin VALS-ASLA 113, 137-154.
- Morand, M.-A., Schwab, S. & Schmid, S. (2021). The perception of multiethnolectal Zurich German: A continuum rather than clear-cut categories. Loquens 7(2), e072.
- Morand, M.-A., Bruno, M., Julmi, N., Schwab, S., Schmid, S. (2020). Speech rhythm in multiethnolectal Zurich German. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Speech Prosody, 566-570.
- Morand, M.-A., Bruno, M., Julmi, N., Schwab, S., Schmid, S. (2019). The voicing of lenis plosives in Zurich German: a sociophonetic marker of (multi-)ethnolectal speech. Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 1600-1604.
- Vorwerg, C., Suntharam, S., Morand, M.-A. (2019). Language control and lexical access in diglossic speech production: Evidence from variety switching in speakers of Swiss German. Journal of Memory and Language 107, 40-53.
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2023. (book, accepted, forthcoming). Arpacik, D. The Medium of Liberation: Kurdish Language and Education Activism in Turkey. “Contributions to the Sociology of Language” book series by De Gruyter Mouton (doctoral dissertation).
2022. (accepted, forthcoming). Arpacık, D. & Nimer, M. Education and language policies towards Syrian Refugees in the post-imperial Turkish State: Incorporating former imperial subjects into the Neo-Ottomanist political regime. Comparative Education Review.
2019. Arpacık. D., Feeling solidarity in an estranged city: Ethnography in the post-war Diyarbakır under surveillance. In B. Baser, M. Toivanen, B. Zorlu, Y. Duman (Eds.), Methodological approaches in Kurdish studies: Theoretical and practical insights from the field (pp. 101-121). Lanham: Lexington Books.
2018. Arpacik, D., “Redefining Kurdishness in the new sociopolitical space of the U.S. diaspora: Experiences of Kurdish students and their parents in Nashville schools”. Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Studies, 6 (2), 44-56.
2016. Arpacık. D., Archanjo, R. Kurdish language class in New York: A platform for social, political and (inter)personal engagement. Bellaterra Journal of Teaching and Learning Language & Literature, 9 (2), 14-31.
2015. Arpacık, D., Language education of linguistically minoritized students: First steps for teachers In the Special Issue on Translanguaging. Online Journal of Theory, Research, and Action in Urban Education, Graduate Center, CUNY