Series on how SciFi has influenced linguistic research and other articles
Commissioned, illustrated article on the fight for data rights.
I'm writing a book about language and science fiction, and alien perspectives.
My literary agent is Alexander Cochran at C&W
Language Finds a Way. TEDx talk invited by Newcastle College
Science comedy night at Bristol's Wardrobe Theatre
A Night with the Stars at The Harrison
Evaluation of Academy Zone
SW Creative Technology Network
full list here
2022 Little, Hannah. Editorial: The Science Communication of Don't Look Up. JCOM: Journal of Science Communication.
2022 Little, Hannah. The use of satire to communicate science in Don’t Look Up. JCOM: Journal of Science Communication.
2022 Little, Hannah. What makes good research communication? in Communicating Linguistics: Language, Community and Public Engagement. Price, H. & McIntyre, D. (eds.). Abingdon: Routledge
2022 Little, Hannah, Laura Fogg-Rogers and Ana Margarida Sardo. The Christmas Lectures: Extending the experience outside the lecture theatre JCOM: Journal of Science Communication. doi: 10.22323/2.21020201
2021 Sardo, Ana Margarida, Hannah Little and Laura Fogg-Rogers. Transforming tradition: how the iconic Christmas Lectures series is perceived by its audiences International Journal of Science Education, Part B 11 (04)
2021 Wilkinson, Clare and Hannah Little “We had to be very clear that they weren't going to try to break into any of the cases": what potential do ‘escape rooms’ offer as a science communication technique? JCOM: Journal of Science Communication. doi: 10.22323/2.20010307
2020 Roberts, Seán G , Anton Killin, Angarika Deb, Catherine Sheard, Simon J Greenhill, Kaius Sinnemäki, José Segovia-Martín, Jonas Nölle, Aleksandrs Berdicevskis, Archie Humphreys-Balkwill, Hannah Little, Christopher Opie, Guillaume Jacques, Lindell Bromham, Peeter Tinits, Robert M Ross, Sean Lee, Emily Gasser, Jasmine Calladine, Matthew Spike, Stephen Francis Mann, Olena Shcherbakova, Ruth Singer, Shuya Zhang, Antonio Benítez-Burraco, Christian Kliesch, Ewan Thomas-Colquhoun, Hedvig Skirgård, Monica Tamariz, Sam Passmore, Thomas Pellard and Fiona Jordan. CHIELD: the causal hypotheses in evolutionary linguistics database. Journal of Language Evolution. doi: 10.1093/jole/lzaa001
2018 Perlman, Marcus, Hannah Little, Bill Thompson and Robin L. Thompson. Iconicity in Signed and Spoken Vocabulary: A Comparison between American Sign Language, British Sign Language, English, and Spanish. Frontiers in Psychology. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01433
2017 Little, Hannah, Kerem Eryilmaz and Bart de Boer. Conventionalisation and Discrimination as Competing Pressures on Continuous Speech-like Signals. Interaction Studies, 18(3). 355 – 378. doi: 10.1075/is.18.3.04lit
2017 Little, Hannah, Heikki Rasilo, Sabine van der Ham and Kerem Eryilmaz. Empirical approaches for investigating the origins of structure in speech. Interaction Studies, 18(3). 332 – 354. doi: 10.1075/is.18.3.03lit
2017 Little, Hannah, Marcus Perlman and Kerem Eryilmaz. Repeated Interactions Can Lead to More Iconic Signals. In G. Gunzelmann, A. Howes, T. Tenbrink, & E. Davelaar (Eds.) Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 760–766). Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society
2015 Little, Hannah, Kerem Eryilmaz and Bart de Boer. Linguistic Modality Affects the Creation of Structure and Iconicity in Signals.; In D. C. Noelle, R. Dale, A. S. Warlaumont, J. Yoshimi, T. Matlock, C. D. Jennings, & P. P. Maglio (Eds.), Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 1392-1398). Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society.