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Ogura, Mieko. 1987. Historical English Phonology: A Lexical Perspective. Tokyo: Kenkyusha.

Ogura, Mieko. 1990. Dynamic Dialectology. Tokyo: Kenkyusha.

Ogura, Mieko. 1993. "The Development of Periphrastic Do in English: A Case of Lexical Diffusion in Syntax." Diachronica10: 51-85.

Ogura, Mieko. 1995. "The Development of Middle English /i:/ and /u:/: A Reply to Labov (1992, 1994)". Diachronica 12: 31-53.

Ogura, Mieko. 2012. "The Timing of Language Change", in The Handbook of Historical Sociolinguistics, ed. Juan Manuel Hernández-Campoy & Juan Camilo Conde-Silvestre, 427-450. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Ogura, Mieko. forthcoming. Language Evaluation as a Complex Adaptive System: A Multidisciplinary Approach to the History of English. New York: Oxford University Press.

Ogura, Mieko & William S-Y. Wang. 1996. "Snowball Effect in Lexical Diffusion: The Development of -s in the Third Person Singular Present Indivative in English", in English Historical Linguistics 1994: Papers from the 8th International Congress on English Historical Linguistics, ed. Derek Brinton, 119-141. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Ogura, Mieko & William S-Y. Wang. 1998. "Evolution Theory and Lexical Diffusion", in Advances in English Historical Linguistics, ed. Jacck Fisiak & Marcin Krygier, 315-334. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gryter.

Ogura, Mieko & William S-Y. Wang. 2008. "Dynamix Dialectology and Social Networks", in English Historical Linguistics 2006: Vol. III: Geo-Historical Variation in English, ed. Marina Dossena, 131-151. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Ogura, Michiko. 1992. "Simple Verbs, Prefixed Verbs and Verb-Particle Combinations in OE and ME Works". Studies in Modern English 8: 55-73.

Ogura, Michiko. 1992. "Shall (not) mowe, or Double Auxiliary Constructions in Middle English". Review of English Studies.

Ogura, Michiko. 1996. Verbs in Medieval English: Differences in Verb Choice in Verse and Prose. The Hague: Walter de Gruyter.

Ogura, Michiko. 2016. "Stylistic Devices for Introducing Direct Speech in Old English Poetry". Studies in Medieval English Language and Literature 31: 1-18.