Author: Joe Pater

Hussain (2018) — A typological study of Voice Onset Time (VOT) in Indo-Iranian languages

Hussain (2018) — A typological study of Voice Onset Time (VOT) in Indo-Iranian languages Available online: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0095447017301936 Author: Qandeel Hussain Abstract: The stop consonants of Indo-Iranian languages are categorized into two to maximum five laryngeal categories. The present study investigates

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Lecturership (Assistant Professor) positions at Queen Mary U. of London

From: Adam Chong (a.chong@qmul.ac.uk) Queen Mary University of London is currently inviting applications for lectureships in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. These strategic appointments are permanent positions and will include protected research time across the first three years.

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1st Call for Papers for HISPhonCog 2019 (Seoul)

Hanyang International Symposium on Phonetics and Cognitive Sciences of Language 2019 (HISPhonCog 2019) from May 24-25, 2019 at Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea. http://site.hanyang.ac.kr/web/hisphoncog/call-for-papers/2019 HIPCS (Hanyang Institute for Phonetics and Cognitive Sciences of Language), together with Department of English Language and

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43th PLC call for papers: Linguistics and Biology

Direct link:  https://www.ling.upenn.edu/Events/PLC The 43rd Penn Linguistics Conference will take place on March 22-24, 2019 at the University of Pennsylvania campus in Philadelphia. Papers on any topic in linguistics and associated fields are welcome (abstracts due: November 19, 2018). We

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Permanent LabPhon position in Oslo

A permanent position as a laboratory phonologist is available at the University of Oslo. The application deadline is December 1. Direct links: https://www.jobbnorge.no/en/available-jobs/job/157895/associate-professor-in-linguistics-with-a-focus-on-experimental-phonetics-and-phonology, https://linguistlist.org/issues/29/29-3956.html Please note that this *is* an entry-level position. The position is at the rank of Associate

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Hayes and Schuh to appear: Metrical structure and sung rhythm of the Hausa Rajaz

Direct link:http://roa.rutgers.edu/content/article/files/1768_hayes_1.pdf ROA: 1348 Title: Metrical structure and sung rhythm of the Hausa Rajaz Authors: Bruce Hayes, Russell Schuh Comment: To appear in Phonological Analysis Length: 61 pp Abstract: The rajaz meter of Hausa is based on syllable quantity. In

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Magri and Storme: to appear. Calibration of constraint promotion does not help with learning variation in stochastic OT.

Direct link: http://roa.rutgers.edu/content/article/files/1769_giorgio_magri_1.pdf ROA: 1349 Title: Calibration of constraint promotion does not help with learning variation in stochastic OT Authors: Giorgio Magri, Benjamin Storme Comment: to appear in Linguistic Inquiry Length: 24 pages + 11 pages of supplementary material Abstract: The

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Pater 2019: Generative linguistics and neural networks at 60 + commentaries

From Joe Pater – also published with comments open at: https://blogs.umass.edu/cogsci/2018/10/12/discussion-generative-linguistics-and-neural-networks-at-60/ The commentaries on my paper “Generative Linguistics and Neural Networks at 60: Foundation, Friction and Fusion” are all now posted on-line at the authors’ websites at the links below.

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Bale and Reiss 2018 Phonology: A formal introduction

Alan Bale & Charles Reiss—Phonology: A formal introduction https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/phonology This book is now available with a 30% discount from MIT Press: Promo code is MPHONOLOGY30. This code is good starting now until 12/1/18, and takes 30% off the list price

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Program for Stanford Workshop on typological limits of probabilistic phonological grammars

Today, Saturday, Sept. 22nd, the Department of Linguistics at Stanford University and the Stanford Humanities Center is hosting a one-day workshop dedicated to exploring the typological limits of probabilistic phonological grammars. The program is here: https://sites.google.com/site/analyzingtypologicalstructure/. The workshop is partially funded by the France-Stanford

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