Holmes-Elliott, S. & Turner, J. The emergence of gendered production between childhood and adolescence: A real time analysis of /s/ in Southern British English. Proceedings from the XVIV International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia

(f.c.) Smith, J., & Holmes-Elliott, S. They never did nothing: negation and the sociolinguistic monitor (invited submission to Explanations in sociosyntax: Dialogue across paradigms Christensen, Juel Jensen & Tagliamonte (eds)) Cambridge University Press: Cambridge


Holmes-Elliott, S. & Smith, J. Dressing down up north: DRESS-lowering and /l/ allophony in a Scottish dialect. Language Variation and Change 30, 1 pp. 23-50


Holmes-Elliott, S. & Levon, E. The substance of style: Gender, social class and interactional stance in southeast England. Linguistics. 55, 5, 5 doi: 10.1515/ling-2017-0020

Smith, J. and Holmes-Elliott, S. The unstoppable glottal: tracking rapid change in an iconic British variable, English Language and Linguistics, pp. 1–33


Holmes-Elliott, S. Ladies first? Adolescent peaks in a male-led change: TH-fronting in southeast England. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics volume 22.2., Selected Papers from NWAV 44



Holmes-Elliott, S. & Smith, J. DRESS-down: /ε/-lowering in apparent time in a rural Scottish community Proceedings from the XVIII International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow


Levon, E. & Holmes-Elliott, S. East end boys and west end girls: /s/-fronting in southeast England Penn Working Papers in Linguistics volume 19.2., Selected Papers from NWAV 41


Stuart-Smith, J., Smith, R., Rathke, T., Li Santi, F., and Holmes, S. Responding to accents after experiencing interactive or mediated speech, Proceedings of the XVII International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences, Hong Kong