Hope, Jonathan. 1993. "Second Person Singular Pronouns in Records of Early Modern 'spoken' English". Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 94 (1): 83-100.
Hope, Jonathan. 1994. "The Use of THOU and YOU in Early Modern Spoken English: Evidence from Depositions in the Durham Ecclesiastical Court Records", In Studies in Early Modern English, ed. D. Kastovsky, pp. 141-151, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
Hope, Jonathan. 1994. The Authorship of Shakespeare's Plays: A Socio-Linguistic Study. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Hope, Jonathan. 2000. "Rats, bats, sparrows and dogs: biology, linguistics and the nature of Standard English." in The Development of Standard English, 1300–1800: Theories, Descriptions, Conflicts, ed. Laura Wright, pp. 49-56.
Hope, Jonathan. 2001. "Electronic and digital Shakespeare." in The Oxford Companion to Shakespeare, ed. Stanley Wells & Michael Dobson. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Hope, Jonathan. 2003. Shakespeare's Grammar. London: Arden Shakespeare.
Hope, Jonathan. 2004. "Shakespeare and language: an introduction." in Shakespeare and Language, ed. ; Catherine A Alexander, pp. 1-17.
Hope, Jonathan. 2008. "Varieties of early modern English." in A Companion to the History of the English Language, ed. Haruko Momma & Michael Matto, pp. 216-223. Oxford: Blackwell.
Hope, Jonathan. 2009. "Pronunciation," in The Shakespeare encyclopedia, ed. Patricia Parker.
Hope, Jonathan. 2010. Shakespeare and Language: Reason, Eloquence and Artifice in the Renaissance. London: Bloomsbury.
Hope, Jonathan. 2010. "Shakespeare and Language." in The New Cambridge Companion to Shakespeare, ed. Margreta De Grazia & Stanley Wells, pp. 77-90. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Hope, Jonathan. 2010. "Shakespeare and the English language", in English in the World: History, Diversity, Change, ed. Philip Seargeant & Joan Swann, pp. 83-92. Abingdon: Routledge.
Hope, Jonathan. 2012. "Middletonian stylistics." in The Oxford Handbook of Thomas Middleton, ed. Gary Taylor & Trish Thomas Henley, pp. 443-472. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Hope, Jonathan. 2013. "Not know my voice? Shakespeare corrected: english perfected – theories of language from the middle ages to modernity," in Medieval Shakespeare: Pasts and Presents, ed. Ruth Morse, Helen Cooper & Peter Holland, pp. 78-97. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Hope, Jonathan, Iyeiri, Yoko & Smith, Jennifer. 2012. "Additional eighteenth-century materials on Middle English in the Huntarian Collection of the Glasgow University Library." Notes and Queries
Hope, Jonathan & Witmore, Michael. 2004. "The very large textual object: A prosthetic reading of Shakespeare." Early Modern Literary Studies 9(3), Special Issue 12 (6): 1-36.
Hope, Jonathan & Witmore, Michael. 2007. "Shakespeare by the numbers: on the linguistic texture of the late plays." in Early Modern Tragicomedy, ed. Subha Mukherji & Raphael Lyne, pp. 133-153.
Hope, Jonathan & Witmore, Michael. 2010. "The hundredth psalm to the tune of 'Green Sleeves'': digital approaches to the language of genre." Shakespeare Quarterly 61(3): 357-390.
Hope, Jonathan & Witmore, Michael. 2014. "Quantification and the language of later Shakespeare," in Société Française Shakespeare Actes du Congres 2014, ed. Christophe Hausermann, pp. 123-149. Paris: