Sealey, A. (2019) Translation A biosemiotic/more-than-human perspective. Target. International Journal of Translation Studies. https://doi.org/10.1075/target.18099.sea
Cook, G. and Ancarno, C. (2019) “I do still love the taste”: taste as a reason for eating non-human animals. ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment. https://doi.org/10.1093/isle/isy098
Sealey, A. and C. Pak (2018) First catch your corpus: methodological challenges in constructing a thematic corpus. Corpora 13(2):229-254. https://doi.org/10.3366/cor.2018.0145
Sealey, A. (2018). Animals, animacy and anthropocentrism. International Journal of Language and Culture 5(2): 224-247 https://doi.org/10.1075/ijolc.00008.sea
Cook, G. and A. Sealey (2017) The Discursive Representation of Animals, in A. Fill and H. Penz (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Ecolinguistics. London: Routledge
Cook, G. (2015) ‘A pig is a person’ or ‘You can love a fox and hunt it’: innovation and tradition in the discursive representation of animals. Discourse and Society, Vol.26 No.5. doi: 10.1177/0957926515576639
Sealey, A. (2014) Cats and categories – reply to Teubert. Language and Dialogue, Vol.4 No.2: 299 – 321. doi:
Sealey, A. and Oakley, L. (2014) Why did the Canada goose cross the sea? Accounting for the behaviour of wildlife in the documentary series Life. International Journal of Applied Linguistics. Vol.24 No.1: 19 – 37. doi: 10.1111/ijal.12007
Sealey, A. and Oakley, L. (2013) Anthropomorphic grammar? Some linguistic patterns in the wildlife documentary series Life. Text and Talk. Vol.33 No.3: 399 – 420. doi: 10.1515/text-2013-0017
Sealey, A. and Charles, N. (2013) ‘What do animals mean to you?’: naming and relating to non-human animals. Anthrozoos. Vol.26 No.4: 485-503. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.2752/175303713X13795775535652
Companion Animal Psychology, ‘Talking About Animals: The Vegan and the Foxhunter.’ 14th October 2014. http://www.companionanimalpsychology.com/2015/10/talking-about-animals-vegan-and.html.
A review of findings that emerge from Guy Cook’s paper, ‘A pig is a person’ or ‘You can love a fox and hunt it’, which also mentions Sealey and Charles’ ‘What do animals mean to you?’.
Companion Animal Psychology, ‘Animals, Pets and Vermin.’ 26th March 2014. http://www.companionanimalpsychology.com/2014/03/animals-pets-and-vermin.html.
A review of findings from Alison Sealey and Nickie Charles’ paper, ‘What do animals mean to you?’, based on data from a 2009 Mass Observation Directive on Animals.