LANGUAGE: Phonological Analysis

This journal continues a publishing venture that began as an online-only section of the LSA journal Language entitled Phonological Analysis. A list of articles published in that section appears below, with DOI links to the content on Project MUSE, the official repository of all Language content from 2001 to the present. If you do not have access to full-text content on MUSE through your institution, you may also find these articles in the LSA’s Open Access Archive for Language.

Volume 94, Number 1, March 2018

Beyond trochaic shortening: A survey of Central Pacific languages
Kie Zuraw
pp. e1-e42 |

Volume 93, Number 4, December 2017

Phonological conditions on variable adjective and noun word order in Tagalog
Stephanie S. Shih, Kie Zuraw
pp. e317-e352 |
All dissimilation is computationally subsequential
Amanda Payne
pp. e353-e371 |
Supplemental material:

Volume 92, Number 3, September 2016

An overview of Kabarasi verb tone
Kristopher J. Ebarb
pp. e134-e191 |

Volume 92, Number 2, June 2016

Tone assignment in Hong Kong English
Lian-Hee Wee
pp. e67-e87 |
From intensional properties to universal support
Birgit Alber, Natalie DelBusso, Alan Prince
pp. e88-e116 |

Volume 92, Number 1, March 2016

Cumulativity and ganging in the tonology of Awa suffixes
Laura McPherson
pp. e38-e66 |
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Volume 91, Number 3, September 2015

The acquisition of prosody in American Sign Language
Diane Brentari, Joshua Falk, George Wolford
pp. e144-e168 |

Volume 91, Number 2, June 2015

Can phonological universals be emergent?: Modeling the space of sound change, lexical distribution, and hypothesis selection
Rebecca L. Morley
pp. e40-e70 |
Online appendices:

Volume 91, Number 1, March 2015

The foot domain in Bambara
Christopher R. Green
pp. e1-e26 |