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Sierra, S. (forthcoming, 2021). Millennials Talking Media: Shifting Epistemic Frames, Creating Intertextual Identities in Everyday Talk. Oxford University Press.

Sierra, S. and Shrikant, N. (2020). “Fake Alignments.” Language in the Trump Era, ed. by Janet McIntosh and Norma Mendoza-Denton. Cambridge University Press. Download the PDF.

Sierra, S. (2019). Linguistic and ethnic media stereotypes in everyday talk: Humor and identity construction among friends. Journal of Pragmatics, 151: 186-199. Download the PDF.

Sierra, S. (2017). “Buffy sings to Cody”: A multimodal analysis of mother and pre-lingual-infant question–response sequences. Journal of Pragmatics, 110: 50-62. Download the PDF.

Sierra, S.A. (2016). Playing out loud: Videogame texts as resources in friend interaction for managing frames, epistemics, and group identity. Language in Society 45(2):217-245. Download the PDF.

Sierra, S.A. (2016). Intertextual media references as resources for managing frames, epistemics, and identity in conversation among friends. Ph.D. Dissertation, Georgetown University. Download the PDF.

Sierra, S.A. & Botti, A. (2014). The epistemics of identity and place. Linguistic Society of America 2014 Conference Proceedings. Download the PDF.

Sierra, S.A. (2014). Book note: Labov: A guide for the perplexed by Matthew J. Gordon (2013), Language in Society, 43(4): 478-479. Download the PDF.