Morana Lukac is a guest researcher at the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics.
A sociolinguists with a specialization in corpus linguistics and media language. My research focuses on bottom-up prescriptive efforts among speakers of English and metalinguistic debates.
- Lukac M. & Tieken-Boon van Ostade I.M. (2019), Attitudes to flat adverbs and English usage advice. In: Jansen S., Siebers L. (Eds.) Processes of Change. Studies in Late Modern and Present-day English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
- Lukac M. (22 November 2018), Grassroots prescriptivism (PhD thesis. Leiden University Centre for Linguistics (LUCL), Faculty of Humanities, Leiden University) LOT dissertation series no. 516. Supervisor(s): Tieken-Boon van Ostade, I.M.; Mair, C.
- Lukac M. (27 August 2014), Farewell to Geoffrey Leech. Bridging the Unbridgeable [blog entry].
- Lukac M. (26 August 2014), Apostrophe: the most disputed punctuation mark in English since the eighteenth century onwards. Cambridge Extra: CUP [blog entry].
- Lukac M. (2014), Apostrophe(')s, who needs them?, English today: The international review of the English language 30(03): 3-4.
- Lukač Morana (2013), Germany's Recognition of Croatia and Slovenia: Portrayal of the events in the British and the US press: Akademiker Verlag.
- Takač Višnja Pavičić & Lukač Morana (2013), How word choice matters: An analysis of adjective-noun collocations in a corpus of learner essays, Jezikoslovlje 14(2-3): 385-402.
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