Published work

Hellyer, Robert James. (2023). Third places for queer spaces: LGBTQ+ adolescents and the discursive composition of a community. H-Ermes. Journal of Communication, 24. 

Forthcoming / in preparation

Hellyer, Robert James. (Forthcoming). Creak and embodying gender: A case study of media interviews with an actor before and after coming out as transgender. In Venturi, Francesco (Ed.), Edited Collection on Creak and Creaky voices. Jenny Stanford Publishing.

Hellyer, Robert James. (In preparation). Orthographic variation, gender inclusion and social media. [Final title withheld]


Hellyer, R. J. (2023) The ‘folx’ of TikTok: Orthographic [x] variation in gender-inclusive and exclusionary language. [Conference presentation]. BAAL Language and New Media SIG Research Seminar 10, University of Edinburgh.

Hellyer, R. J. (2023). Children of the revolution: boundaries and bridge-building in the speech of queer kids. [Conference presentation]. Lavender Languages and Linguistics 29, Boise State University.

Barnard, M., Hellyer, R. J., & Holmes-Elliott, S. (2022). The urge to unmerge: A case of structural change across the lifespan. [Conference presentation]. NWAV 50, Stanford University.

Hellyer, R. J. (2022). Concerning impact—LGBT+ communities in secondary education [Panel discussion]. London Interdisciplinary Social Science Doctoral Training Partnership Pathway 7 Conference, Kings College London.

Hellyer, R. J. & Soliman, F. (2022). Changing approaches to (and beyond) gender in current social science research [Conference presentation]. ECS Doctoral Conference 2022, Kings College London.