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Landert, Daniela. (2021) The spontaneous co-creation of comedy: Humour in improvised theatrical fiction. Journal of Pragmatics, 173. pp. 68-87.

Landert, Daniela and Miscione, Gianluca. (2017) Narrating the stories of leaked data: The changing role of journalists after Wikileaks and Snowden. Discourse, Context & Media, 19. pp. 13-21.

Landert, Daniela. (2017) Review of Birte Bös and Lucia Kornexl (eds.). Changing Genre Conventions in Historical English News Discourse. Advances in Historical Sociolinguistics 5. Amsterdam/Philadelphia, PA: Benjamins, 2015, xv + 254 pp., Euro 99.00/$ 149.00. Anglia, 135 (2). pp. 358-362.

Landert, Daniela. (2017) Meta-Communicative Expressions and Situational Variation of Stance Marking: I say and I tell (you) in Early Modern English Dialogues. Nordic Journal of English Studies, 16 (1). pp. 120-144.

Jucker, Andreas H. and Landert, Daniela. (2015) Historical pragmatics and early speech recordings: Diachronic developments in turn-taking and narrative structure in radio talk shows. Journal of Pragmatics, 79. pp. 22-39.

Landert, Daniela. (2014) Personalisation in Mass Media Communication: British online news between public and private. Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 240. Amsterdam.

Jucker, Andreas H. and Landert, Daniela and Seiler, Annina and Studer-Joho, Nicole, eds. (2013) Meaning in the History of English: Words and texts in context. Studies in Language Companion Series, 148. Amsterdam.

Landert, Daniela and Jucker, Andreas H.. (2011) Private and public in mass media communication: From letters to the editor to online commentaries. Journal of Pragmatics, 43 (5). pp. 1422-1434.

Landert, Daniela. (2009) Constructing (non-)normative identities online. Self-classifications in text-based online chats. Hegemonies in Classification Processes. Special Issue of ISA RC 25 Language & Society Newsletter, 6 (2).

Miscione, Gianluca and Landert, Daniela. (2009) Hegemonies in classification processes: Introduction. RC 25 Language & Society. Special Issue: Hegemonies in Classification Processes, 6 (2).