Author: Gaja Jarosz

PLM 2019 Workshop: Modern phonetics and phonological representation: a new outlook on an old controversy

Convenors: Ewelina Wojtkowiak and Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk Faculty of English, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań To learn more about the conference, please visit http://wa.amu.edu.pl/plm/2019/ Irrespective of which units are used – distinctive features (e.g. Chomsky and Halle 1968), elements (e.g. Backley 2011),

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Zymet (2019) – Malagasy OCP targets a single affix: implications for morphosyntactic generalization in learning

Malagasy OCP targets a single affix: implications for morphosyntactic generalization in learning Jesse Zymet direct link: http://ling.auf.net/lingbuzz/004540 March 2019 Despite claims of the existence of phonological processes that apply strictly in limited morphosyntactic domains, recent corpus and experimental findings suggest

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Lionnet (2019) – Coarticulation affects faithfulness: Evidence from subphonemically conditioned featural affixation in Laal

Coarticulation affects faithfulness: Evidence from subphonemically conditioned featural affixation in Laal Florian Lionnet direct link: http://ling.auf.net/lingbuzz/004537 March 2019 This paper describes and analyzes the unusually complex multifeatural plural affix /L [+high, +round]/ of Laal (endangered isolate), focusing on its most

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Hosono (2019) – Eliminating T as an independent syntactic head

Eliminating T as an independent syntactic head Mayumi Hosono direct link: http://ling.auf.net/lingbuzz/004532 March 2019 In this paper, I propose to eliminate T as an independent syntactic head from the computational system of human language. Adopting feature inheritance (Chomsky 2013, 2015)

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Begus & Nazarov (2019) – Gradient trends against phonetic naturalness: The case of Tarma Quechua

Gradient trends against phonetic naturalness: The case of Tarma Quechua Gasper Begus, Aleksei Nazarov direct link: http://ling.auf.net/lingbuzz/004523 March 2019 Format: [ pdf ] Reference: lingbuzz/004523 (please use that when you cite this article) Published in: To appear in Proceedings of

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Rolle, Lionnet & Faytak (2019) – Areal patterns in the vowel systems of the Macro-Sudan Belt

Areal patterns in the vowel systems of the Macro-Sudan Belt Nicholas Rolle, Florian Lionnet, Matthew Faytak direct link: http://ling.auf.net/lingbuzz/004515 March 2019 This paper investigates the areal distribution of vowel systems in the Macro-Sudan Belt, an area of Western and Central

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Breiss & Hayes (2019) – Phonological markedness effects in sentence formation

Phonological markedness effects in sentence formation Canaan Breiss, Bruce P. Hayes direct link: http://ling.auf.net/lingbuzz/004487 January 2019 Earlier research has found that phonological markedness constraints (for example, against stress clash or sibilant sequences) statistically influence speakers’ choices between particular syntactic constructions

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Call for Papers: APAP 2019

Call for Papers: APAP 2019 Call Deadline: 15-March-2019 Meeting Description: Approaches to Phonology and Phonetics (APAP 2019) 21-23 June, 2019 John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland APAP is an international biennial conference organized by two Polish universities: Maria

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Stepanov & Moussaoui (2019) – When a wh-word refuses to stay in-situ

When a wh-word refuses to stay in-situ Arthur Stepanov, Ali Al Moussaoui direct link: http://ling.auf.net/lingbuzz/004472 February 2019 This squib demonstrates that the syntactic behavior of prosodically weak wh-elements or ‘wh-clitics’ conforms quite well to theories of syntax-phonology mapping such as

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Mayer & Daland (2019) – A method for projecting features from observed sets of phonological classes

A method for projecting features from observed sets of phonological classes Connor Mayer, Robert Daland direct link: http://ling.auf.net/lingbuzz/004466 February 2019 Given a set of phonological features, we can enumerate a set of phonological classes. Here we consider the inverse of

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