Phonology Reading Group

Welcome to the collaborative, online reading group. 

The reading group will meet every Monday between 14.00 and 16.00 on zoom.

In this semester, we will focus on familiarising us with the projects of the participants and discussing their progress. Additionally, the participants will take turns leading the discussion on  a paper connected to his or her field of study to read. 

If you wish to participate in the meetings or wish to be included in the mailing list, please contact Anna Katharina Pilsbacher or Tor Håvard Solhaug to receive the zoom link. Everyone interested in phonological matters is welcome! 

Reading list and schedule

Autumn 2021: 

24. August: organizational meeting 

30. August: Joachim Kokkelmans on Germanic loanwords in French varieties

6. September: Markedness Relations and Implicational Universals in the Typology of Onset Obstruent Clusters (Morelli 1998) suggested by Eirini Apostolopoulou

13. September:  Paulina Lyskawa and Rodrigo Ranero on Sibilant Harmony in Santiago Tz’utujil

20. September: Is Word-Level Recursion Actually Recursion? (Miller & Sande 2021) suggested by Tor Håvard Solhaug

27. September: Kate Zhakun on a Typological Analysis of the SSP-Violating Onsets

4. Oktober: Morphology-phonology interplay in lexical stress assignment: Ichishkiin Sinwit (Bogomolets 2021) suggested by Anna Katharina Pilsbacher

11. Oktober: The relationship between phonological and geographical distance. Umlaut on the diminutive in Dutch dialects (Sloos and van Oostendorp 2010) suggested by Joachim Kokkelmans

18. Oktober: Rasmus Puggaard-Rode on the synchrony and diachrony of Modern Standard Danish stop-glide alternations

25. Oktober: Olga Urek on the acquisition of onset clusters in Latvian

1. November:  Andrea Brugnoli presents recent work

8. November:  Tor Havård Sohaug presents recent work

15. November: Reading suggested by Olga Urek 

22. November: Eirini Apostolopoulou presents recent work

29. November: Reading suggested by Rasmus Puggaard-Rode

6. December: Anna Katharina Pilsbacher presents recent work

12. December: Reading suggested Kate Zhakun

 


For an overview of readings discussed in previous semesters, click here

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