MacLeod, N. (in review) The discourse of (re)exploitation.: female victims in the legal system. To appear in Caldas-Coulthard, C.R. (ed.) Innovations and Challenges in Language and Gender: Women and Sexism. Abingdon: Routledge.


MacLeod, N. and Grant, T. (in review) Assuming identities online: How linguistics is helping the policing of online grooming and the distribution of abusive images. In Owen, T.and Marshall, J. (eds) Rethinking Cybercrime: Critical Debates. Basingstoke: Palgrave.


MacLeod. N. (in review) ‘Tell me in your own words…’ reconciling institutional salience and witness- compatible language in police interviews with women reporting rape. To appear in M. Mason and F. Rock (eds) The Discourse of Police Investigation. Chicago: Chicago University Press.


MacLeod, N. & Wright, D. (in review) Forensic Linguistics. To appear in S. Adolphs and D. Knight (eds) The Routledge Handbook of English Language and the Digital Humanities. Abingdon: Routledge.


Grant, T. and MacLeod, N. (2018) Resources and constraints in linguistic identity performance – a theory of authorship. Language and Law/ Linguagem e Direito, 5:1.


MacLeod, N. and Grant, T. (2017) ‘go on cam but dnt be dirty’: linguistic levels of identity assumption in undercover online operations against child sex abusers. Language and Law/ Linguagem e Direito 4:2, 157-175.


MacLeod, N. (2017) Review: Discursive Constructions of Consent in the Legal Process. S. Ehrlich, D. Eades and J. Ainsworth (eds). Language and Law/ Linguagem e Direito 4:2, 176-180.


MacLeod, N. and Grant, T. (2016) “You have ruined this entire experiment…shall we stop talking now?” Orientations to being recorded as an interactional resource. Discourse, Context & Media 14, pp. 63-70.

MacLeod, N. (2016) ‘“I thought I’d be safe there”: Pre-empting Blame in the Talk of Women Reporting Rape’ Journal of Pragmatics 96, 96-109.       

Grant, T. & MacLeod, N. (2016) ‘Assuming Identities Online: Linguistics Applied to the Policing of Online Paedophile Activity’. Applied Linguistics 37(1), 50-70.


MacLeod, N. & Haworth, K. (2016) 'Developing a Linguistically Informed Approach to Police Interviewing' In Lawson, R. & Sayers, D. (eds) Sociolinguistic Research: Application and Impact. Abingdon: Routledge.


Dando, C., Geiselman, E., MacLeod, N., & Griffiths, A. (2015) 'Interviewing Adult Witnesses, Including Vulnerable Witnesses'. In G. Oxburgh, T. Myklebust, T. Grant and B. Milne (eds) Communication in Forensic Contexts: Integrated Approaches from Psychology, Linguistics and Law Enforcement. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 79-106.


MacLeod, N. (2013) ‘Forensic Linguistics’ In: C.A. Chapelle (ed.) The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.


MacLeod, N. (2013) ‘Solan, Lawrence M.’ In: C.A. Chapelle (ed.) The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.


MacLeod, N. & Grant, T. (2012) ‘Whose tweet?: authorship analysis of micro-blogs and other short form messages’. Electronic Proceedings of the International Association of Forensic Linguists’ 10th Biennial Conference, Aston University, Birmingham, UK, July 2011.


MacLeod, N., & Fennell, B. (2012) ‘Lexico-grammatical portraits of vulnerable women in war: the 1641 Depositions’. Journal of Historical Pragmatics  13 (2).


MacLeod, N. (2012) ‘Rogues, villaines & base trulls: Constructing the other in the 1641 Depositions’. In E. Darcy, A. Margey & E. Murphy (eds) The 1641 Depositions and the Irish Rebellion London: Pickering & Chatto,  pp. 113-128.


Tomblin, S., MacLeod, N., Sousa Silva, R. & Coulthard, M. (eds) (2012)  Proceedings of The International Association of Forensic Linguists’ 10th Biennial Conference


MacLeod, N. (2011). ‘Risks and benefits of selective (re)presentation of interviewees’ talk: Some insights from discourse analysis’. British Journal of Forensic Practice 13 (2), 95 - 102. 

MacLeod,N. (2009) ‘‘Well did you feel jealous?’ Control & ideology in police interviews with rape complainants’Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines3 (1), 46 – 57.  


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