IU Linguistics Consortium Colloquia Series – Fall 2017: Readings

Readings for the Lectures

Readings for each of the lectures can be accessed by clicking on the appropriate bibliographic entries below.

Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero

Steriade, D., 1999. Lexical conservatism in French adjectival liaisonAMSTERDAM STUDIES IN THE THEORY AND HISTORY OF LINGUISTIC SCIENCE SERIES 4, pp.243-270.

[For reading group I discussion 1, Tue September 5, 4:00 – 5:00 pm, BH 847]

Albright, A.C., 2002.  The Latin honor analogy: (in The identification of bases in morphological paradigms, Chap. 4) (Doctoral dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles).

[For reading group I discussion 2, Tue September 12, 4:00 – 5:00 pm, BH 847]

 

Joe Pater

Pater, J. (2014). Canadian raising with language-specific weighted constraints. Language, 90(1), 230-240.

[For reading group II discussion 1, Tue October 3, 4:00 – 5:00 pm, BH 847]

Pater, J., & Moreton, E. (2014). Structurally biased phonology: complexity in learning and typologyThe EFL Journal3(2).

Pater, J. (2016). Universal grammar with weighted constraintsHarmonic grammar and harmonic serialism, 1-46.

[For reading group II discussion 2, Tue October 10, 4:00 – 5:00 pm, BH 847]

Yen-Hwei Lin

Yip, M. (2006). The symbiosis between perception and grammar in loanword phonologyLingua116(7), 950-975.

[For reading group III discussion 1, Tue October 24, 4:00 – 5:00 pm, BH 847]

Lin, Y. H. (2008).Variable vowel adaptation in Standard Mandarin loanwordsJournal of East Asian Linguistics17(4), 363-380.

Hsieh, F. F., Kenstowicz, M., & Mou, X. (2009). Mandarin adaptations of coda nasals in English loanwordsCalabrese & Wetzels (2009), 131-154.

[For reading group III discussion 2, Tue October 31, 4:00 – 5:00 pm, BH 847]