1. Neural networks learn features more easily if there are phonological alternations. Boersma, Paul (University of Amsterdam), Chládková, Kateřina (University of Amsterdam)
2. Learning a phonotactic grammar from unsegmented input. Daland, Robert (UCLA)
3. Lexical Distributions and Productive Generalizations of Stress in Modern Hebrew Nouns. Fainleib, Yelena (UMass Amherst)
4. Locality Requirements in Reduplication: SyllableProximity-BR. Guekguezian, Peter (University of Southern California)
5. Distinctive Features and the Liquids in Picard. Hendrickson, Ryan (Indiana University)
6. Oddities of Yidiñ stress revisited. Kalivoda, Nick (UC Santa Cruz) Lunden, Anya (College of William & Mary)
7. Intra- and Inter-Speaker Variation in French Schwa: Implications for Theories of Optionality. Kaplan, Aaron (University of Utah), Bayles, Andrew (University of Utah), Kaplan, Abby (University of Utah)
8. Early acquisition of word stress: a cross-linguistic infant study. Keij, Brigitta (UiL-OTS, Utrecht University), Kager, René (UiL-OTS, Utrecht University)
9. Lezgian laryngeal harmony alternations. Ozburn, Avery (University of Toronto), Kochetov, Alexei (University of Toronto).
10. Consonant harmony in Nilotic: Contrastive specifications and Stratal OT. Mackenzie, Sara (Memorial University of Newfoundland)
11. Error-driven versus Batch models of the early stage of the acquisition of phonotactics: David defeats Goliath. Magri, Giorgio. CNRS, Paris.
12. Ordered Operations in Harmonic Serialism. Merchant, Nazarré (Eckerd College)
13. Prosodic word and morphological derivation in Brazilian Portuguese. Schwindt, Luiz Carlos (UFRGS/NYU)
14. Explaining child-specific phonology with a grammar of articulatory reliability: The A-map model. McAllister Byun, Tara (New York University) Inkelas, Sharon (UC Berkeley), Rose, Yvan (Memorial University of Newfoundland)