Month: October 2017

Phonolist hits 400 subscribers!

On our last update of our mailing list, we went well over 400 subscribers. As always, we welcome your contributions, which you can send by e-mail to phonolist@umass.edu (full instructions: http://blogs.umass.edu/phonolist/).

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Danis 2017: Complex Place and Place Identity

Direct link: http://roa.rutgers.edu/content/article/files/1695_danis_1.pdf ROA: 1324 Title: Complex Place and Place Identity Authors: Nick Danis Comment: Length: 249 Abstract: This dissertation proposes a unified theory of Place Identity to model interactions of phonological place features along local, long-distance, and input/output dimensions. Empirical

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Adler and Zymet 2017: Irreducible parallelism in phonology

Direct link: http://roa.rutgers.edu/content/article/files/1692_jeffrey_adler_1.pdf ROA: 1323 Title: Irreducible parallelism in phonology Authors: Jeffrey Adler, Jesse Zymet Comment: Length: 14pp Abstract: McCarthy (2013) asks whether there truly are systems of phonological processes that reveal irreducible parallelism in grammar: systems that can be captured

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Pater 2017: Generative linguistics and neural networks at 60: foundation, friction and fusion

Pater, Joe. 2017. Generative linguistics and neural networks at 60: foundation, friction and fusion. Manuscript, University of Massachusetts Amherst. http://people.umass.edu/pater/pater-perceptrons-and-syntactic-structures-at-60.pdf The first paper that cites a Phonolist posting? Thanks Ricardo and others I’ve talked to about this material… Abstract. The

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AMP 2017 question-asking report

From Claire Moore-Cantwell Here are some data gathered by Joe Pater and Yining Nie, about the questions asked at AMP 2017, at NYU.  Following last year’s report, participants are broken down by gender, as well as whether they are a

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Future Annual Meetings on Phonology

The date for the next AMP has been set for October 3-5 2018. It will be held at UC San Diego: contact Eric Bakovic or Sharon Rose for more information. AMP 2019 will be held at Stony Brook University (contact

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Phonology at GLOW 41

From Peter Szigetvari Dear Colleagues, As you may know, GLOW41 will be held in Budapest next spring (11-13 April 2018).  The GLOW board is keen on having more phonology on the menu of the main colloquium.  Abstract submission is open until

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Elements [First call]

From: elements.nantes2018@gmail.com *French version below* The Laboratoire de Linguistique de Nantes (LLING UMR 6310 CNRS/Université de Nantes) launches a conference dedicated to Element Theory in Nantes, June 14-15 2018. The detailed version of the call is on our website: http://elementsnantes2018.wordpress.com The aim of this event is to

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