Author: Joe Pater

Pater 2019: Phonological typology in Optimality Theory and Formal Language Theory: Goals and future directions.

Pater, Joe. To appear 2019. Phonological typology in Optimality Theory and Formal Language Theory: Goals and future directions. In Phonology. https://works.bepress.com/joe_pater/37/ Abstract.Much recent work has studied phonological typology in terms of formal language theory (e.g. the Chomsky hierarchy). This paper considers

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Nyman and Tesar 2019: Determining underlying presence in the learning of grammars that allow insertion and deletion

Nyman, Alexandra and Bruce Tesar. 2019. Determining underlying presence in the learning of grammars that allow insertion and deletion. Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 4(1): 37. 1–41. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5334/gjgl.603 Abstract The simultaneous learning of a phonological map from inputs

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Call for Posters: Language and Music Workshop May 12, 2019

The UMass Amherst Department of Linguistics and the Department of Music and Dance will host a Language and Music Workshop on the afternoon of Sunday May 12th. There are five invited speakers, listed below, and we invite interested participants to

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Chand and Kar (2019): Sonority and Reduplication in Hadoti

Direct link: http://roa.rutgers.edu/content/article/files/1781_gulab_chand__1.pdf ROA: 1354 Title: Sonority and Reduplication in Hadoti Authors: Gulab Chand , Somdev Kar Comment: Length: 37pp Abstract: The prosodic features like sonority motivate the pattern of reduplication in Hadoti. This regional variety of the Rajasthani language is

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Breiss and Hayes (2009): Phonological markedness effects in sentence formation

Direct link: http://roa.rutgers.edu/content/article/files/1785_breiss_1.pdf ROA: 1356 Title: Phonological markedness effects in sentence formation Authors: Canaan Breiss, Bruce Hayes Comment: ms., Department of Linguistics, UCLA Length: 36 pp. Abstract: Earlier research has found that phonological markedness constraints (for example, against stress clash or

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Call for papers: HISPhonCog 2019 (Seoul)

2nd Call for Papers for HISPhonCog 2019 (Seoul)  (***New abstract deadline: March 31, 2019***). Hanyang International Symposium on Phonetics and Cognitive Sciences of Language 2019 Dates: 24-25 May 2019 (Workshop on May 23) Venue: Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea URL: http://site.hanyang.ac.kr/web/hisphoncog/call-for-papers/2019 HIPCS (Hanyang

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CfP, 27mfm Fringe: “Teaching Phonology: The State of the Art”

CALL FOR PAPERS 27mfm Fringe “Teaching Phonology: The State of the Art” Date: Wednesday 22 May 2019 (afternoon only, approximately 2-6pm) Call deadline: 28 February 2019 Website: https://sites.google.com/view/yunikim/mfmfringe A workshop on “Teaching Phonology: The State of the Art” will be held at the

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Call for Papers – Workshop on Sound Change 5 DEADLINE JANUARY 25!

Call for Papers – Workshop on Sound Change 5 The 5th International Workshop on Sound Change (WSC 5) will take place June 21-23, 2019, at the University of California, Davis. The WSC 5 is part of the conference series held

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Call for papers: 27th Manchester Phonology Meeting

CALL FOR PAPERS Twenty-Seventh Manchester Phonology Meeting 23-25 MAY 2019 Deadline for abstracts: 28 January 2019 Conference website: http://www.lel.ed.ac.uk/mfm/27mfm.html With a special session entitled ‘Is there lexically-specific phonology?’, featuring the following invited speakers: * Claire Moore-Cantwell (Simon Fraser University &

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Hussain and Shinohara (2019) Partial devoicing of voiced geminate stops in Tokyo Japanese

Authors: Qandeel Hussain & Shigeko Shinohara   Available online: https://asa.scitation.org/doi/10.1121/1.5078605 Abstract: Tokyo Japanese has a constraint against voiced geminate stops in its native lexicon. The present study investigates whether recently introduced word-medial voiced geminate stops [C1V1C(C)2V2] are differentiated from voiceless

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