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Phonology position UC Berkeley

University of California, Berkeley Department of Linguistics Assistant Professor — Phonology — Linguistics Expected start date: July 1, 2020 The Department of Linguistics at the University of California, Berkeley, has been authorized to make an appointment in Phonology. This position

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2020 BLS Workshop: Abstracts due Nov. 1

2020 Berkeley Linguistic Society Workshop Febuary 7-8, 2020   “Phonological Representations: At the Crossroads of Gradience and Categoricity” Abstracts due: November 1, 2019 More information re the workshop and abstract submission here (and below):   https://linguistlist.org/confservices/customhome.cfm?Emeetingid=6402JA44587E5448406050441 The 2020 Workshop of the Berkeley

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Noamane 2019: On the Integrity of Geminates in Moroccan Arabic: An Optimality-Theoretic account

Direct link: http://roa.rutgers.edu/content/article/files/1794_noamane_1.pdf ROA: 1361 Title: On the Integrity of Geminates in Moroccan Arabic: An Optimality-Theoretic account Authors: Ayoub Noamane Comment: Length: 31pp Abstract: This paper investigates the phonological behavior of geminate consonants in Moroccan Arabic. In particular, we focus on

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Noamane 2019: A Root-and-prosody Approach to Templatic Morphology and Morphological Gemination in Moroccan Arabic

Direct link: http://roa.rutgers.edu/content/article/files/1796_noamane_1.pdf ROA: 1362 Title: A Root-and-prosody Approach to Templatic Morphology and Morphological Gemination in Moroccan Arabic Authors: Ayoub Noamane Comment: Length: 38pp Abstract: Morphological gemination consists of the systematic gemination of a segment associated with the systematic change in

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Shih and Zuraw 2015: Phonological conditions on variable adjective-noun word order in Tagalog

From Stephanie Shih, public discussion in comments below welcome Shih, Stephanie and Kie Zuraw. 2015. Phonological conditions on variable adjective-noun word order in Tagalog. Ms, UC Merced and UCLA. (Submitted/Under review). Abstract. Tagalog adjectives and nouns variably occur in two

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Moreton, Pater, Pertsova 2015: Phonological concept learning

The authors welcome public discussion in comments below. Moreton, Elliott, Joe Pater and Katya Pertsova. 2015. Phonological concept learning. Cognitive Science. 1-66. DOI: 10.1111/cogs.12319 Abstract. Linguistic and non-linguistic pattern learning have been studied separately, but we argue for a comparative approach. Analogous inductive

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Glossa is the new Lingua

E-mail from Guido Vanden Wyngaerd, Dec. 16, 2015 Dear colleagues, With this message we want to inform you of the transition of the journal formerly known as Lingua to the new journal Glossa, which will be published under conditions of

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Preliminary call: Twenty-Fourth Manchester Phonology Meeting

E-mail from Patrick Honeybone to the mfm list PRELIMINARY CALL FOR PAPERS Twenty-Fourth Manchester Phonology Meeting 26-28 MAY 2016 Deadline for abstracts: February 2016 [Precise date to be confirmed] Special session: ‘Evidence in phonology’, featuring speakers to be confirmed To

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