Month: July 2017

GLOW 41 Announcement

The GLOW 41 announcement includes information about a phonology workshop and a co-located Phonological Theory Agora meeting: https://linguistlist.org/issues/28/28-3099.html

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AMP 2017 Program Available

The Annual Meetings on Phonology 2017 program is available online here: Program

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Flapping in English derivatives: your judgments needed!

From Juliet Stanton Donca Steriade and I are curious about some aspects of flapping in English.  To respond, you can either comment on this post or email me directly at juliets [at] mit [dot] edu.  Please also indicate whether or

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Alber and Prince 2017: The Book of nGX

Direct link: Version 2 ROA: 1312 Title: The Book of nGX Authors: Birgit Alber, Alan Prince Comment: File in form of Excel .xslx workbook, including one optional navigation macro as text. No familiarity with Excel is required. Length: 95pp Abstract: The

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Topintzi and Nevins 2017: Moraic Onsets in Arrernte

Direct link: http://roa.rutgers.edu/content/article/files/1670_topintzi_1.pdf ROA: 1314 Title: Moraic Onsets in Arrernte Authors: Nina Topintzi, Andrew Nevins Comment: Length: 27pp Abstract: The Australian language Arrernte has been argued by Breen & Pensalfini (1999) and Evans & Levinson (2009) to present a case of

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Dabouis 2017: When Accent Preservation Leads to Clash

Direct link: http://roa.rutgers.edu/content/article/files/1673_dabouis_1.pdf ROA: 1315 Title: When Accent Preservation Leads to Clash Authors: Quentin Dabouis Comment:   Length: 44pp Abstract: In English, some complex words can display exceptional accent preservation (EAP): they can preserve an accent from their base even when

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Irvine and Dredze 2017: Harmonic Grammar, Optimality Theory, and Syntax Learnability: An Empirical Exploration of Czech Word Order

Direct link: http://roa.rutgers.edu/content/article/files/1675_ann_irvine_1.pdf ROA: 1316 Title: Harmonic Grammar, Optimality Theory, and Syntax Learnability: An Empirical Exploration of Czech Word Order Authors: Ann Irvine, Mark Dredze Comment:   Length: 26 pages Abstract: This work presents a systematic theoretical and empirical comparison of

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Government Phonology Roundtable (GPRT) 2017

From bbkati@yahoo.com This year’s (semi-)informal meeting of GP-ists, GPRT 2017 (btk.ppke.hu/gprt) will held in Budapest, Hungary, on Saturday, 18th of November. The webpage is now open for registration and title/abstract submission. Upon registration, you are asked to specify if you plan to present

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CfP: Edinburgh Symposium on Historical Phonology

THIRD EDINBURGH SYMPOSIUM ON HISTORICAL PHONOLOGY 30th November–1st December 2017, Informatics Forum, University of Edinburgh Conference website: http://www.lel.ed.ac.uk/symposium-on-historical-phonology/ Call deadline: 17th July 2017 What do we need to consider in order to understand the innovation and propagation of phonological change, and

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