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Name Alex Mullen
Position Associate Professor of History
Institutional Affiliation University of Nottingham, Department of Classics and Archaeology
Latitude 52.938903
Longitude -1.195358
Research Interests

Ancient History
Ancient Sociolinguistics
Archaeology
Epigraphy
Gaul and Britain (c. 600 BC to AD 400)
Multilingualism and Contact Linguistics

Websites https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/humanities/departments/classics-and-archaeology/people/alex.mullen
Publications

ALEX MULLEN and COLINE RUIZ DARASSE, 2018. Cultural and linguistic contact in southern Gaul. In: A. GARCIA SINNER and J. VELAZA, eds., Palaeohispanic Languages and Epigraphies Oxford University Press. (In Press.)
MULLEN, A., 2016. Sociolinguistics. In: MILLETT, M., MOORE, A. and REVELL, L., eds., The Oxford handbook to Roman Britain Oxford University Press. 573-598
LACEY WALLACE, ALEX MULLEN, PAUL JOHNSON and LIEVEN VERDONCK, 2016. Archaeological Investigations of Bourne Park, Bishopsbourne, 2011-2014 Archaeologia Cantiana. 137, 251-279
MULLEN, A., 2015. ‘In both our languages’: Greek-Latin code-switching in Roman literature Language and literature. 24.3, 213–232
MULLEN, A., 2015. Bilingualism and Multilingualism in the Roman World. In: CLAYMAN, D., ed., Oxford Bibliographies in Classics Oxford University Press.
PAVLENKO, A. and MULLEN, A., 2015. Why diachronicity matters in the study of linguistic landscapes Linguistic Landscapes. 1, 114–132
WALLACE, L., JOHNSON, P., STRUTT, K. and MULLEN, A., 2014. Archaeological investigations of a major building, probably Roman, and related landscape features at Bourne Park, Bishopsbourne, 2011–2012 Archaeologia Cantiana. 134, 187–204
MULLEN, A, 2013. Southern Gaul and the Mediterranean: multilingualism and multiple identities in the Iron Age and Roman periods Cambridge ; Cambridge University Press.
MULLEN, A., 2013. The language of the potteries: communication in the production and trade of Gallo-Roman. In: FULFORD, M. and DURHAM, E., eds., Seeing red: new economic and social perspectives on terra sigillata 97–110
MULLEN, A., 2013. New thoughts on British Latin: a curse tablet from Red Hill, Ratcliffe-on-Soar (Nottinghamshire) ZPE. 187, 266–272
MULLEN, A., 2013. The bilingualism of material culture? Thoughts from a linguistic perspective HEROM. 2, 21–43
MULLEN, A., 2013. New thoughts on British Latin: a curse tablet from Red Hill, Ratcliffe-on-Soar (Nottinghamshire): ZPE ZPE. 187, 266–272
MULLEN, A and JAMES, P, eds., 2012. Multilingualism in the Graeco-Roman worlds Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.
MULLEN, A., 2012. Introduction. Multiple languages, multiple identities. In: MULLEN, A. and JAMES, P., eds., Multilingualism in the Graeco-Roman worlds Cambridge University Press. 1–35
MULLEN, A., 2012. Celtic languages. In: BAGNALL, R., BRODERSEN, K., CHAMPION, C., ERSKINE, A. and HUEBNER, S., eds., Encyclopedia of ancient history
MULLEN, A., 2011. Reflets du multiculturalisme: la création et le développement du gallo-grec. In: RUIZ DARASSE, C. and LUJÁN, E. R., eds., Contacts linguistiques dans l'Occident méditerranéen antique 227–239
MULLEN, A., 2011. Latin and other languages: societal and individual bilingualism. In: CLACKSON, J., ed., A companion to the Latin language 527–548
MULLEN, A., 2010. Review of Biville, F., Decourt, J.-C. and Rougemont, G. (eds) 2008 Bilinguismr gréco-latin et épigraphie (Lyon) JHS. 130, 292–293
MULLEN, A., 2008. Rethinking “Hellenization” in South-eastern Gaul: the Gallo-Greek epigraphic record. In: HÄUSSLER, R., ed., Romanisation et épigraphie. Études interdisciplinaires sur l’acculturation et l’identité dans l’Empire romain 249–266
MULLEN, A. and RUSSELL, P., 2007. http://www.asnc.cam.ac.uk/personalnames/
MULLEN, A., 2007. Evidence for written Celtic from Roman Britain: a linguistic analysis of Studia Celtica. 31–45
MULLEN, A., 2007. Linguistic evidence for Romanization: continuity and change in Romano-British onomastics Britannia. 35–61
WALLACE, L., MULLEN, A., JOHNSON, P. and VERDONCK, L., Archaeological investigations of Bourne Park, Bishopsbourne, Kent 2011–2014 Archaeologia Cantiana. (In Press.)
MULLEN, A., Review of Adams, J. N. 2007 JRS. 98, 223–224

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