New Perspectives on Romance Linguistics

Vol. II: Phonetics, Phonology and Dialectology

Selected papers from the 35th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL), Austin, Texas, February 2005

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| University of Texas, Austin
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This is the second of two volumes emanating from the Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages held at the University of Texas at Austin in February 2005. It features the keynote addresses delivered by Prof. Jacques Durand on the Phonology of Contemporary French Project and Prof. John Charles Smith on skeuomorphy and refunctionalization. It also includes eleven contributions by reputed scholars on topics ranging from phonetics, phonology, morphophonology, dialectology, sociolinguistics and language variation. Formal phonology papers favor the model of Optimality Theory, while phonetic measurements serve as the basis for sociolinguistic and dialectometric studies. Many of these studies emphasize new comparative, typological approaches to Romance data (including many non-standard varieties of French, Italian and Spanish). This volume will be of interest to all Romance linguists.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 276]  2006.  x, 213 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
vii–ix
An Acoustic Basis for Palatal Geminate Behavior in Spanish
Gary K. Baker
1–14
Mapping the Patterns of Maintenance versus Merger in Bilingual Phonology: The Preservation of [a] vs. [ɑ] in Frenchville French
Barbara E. Bullock, Amanda Dalola and Chip Gerfen
15–29
New Tendencies in Geographical Dialectology: The Catalan Corpus Oral Dialectal (COD)
Esteve Clua and Maria-Rosa Lloret
31–47
Output-to-output Correspondence and the Emergence of the Unmarked in Spanish Plural Formation
Sonia Colina
49–63
Mapping French Pronunciation: The PFC Project
Jacques Durand
65–82
Phonological Variability in the Laboratory: Word-naming in Bidialectal Spanish Speakers
Chip Gerfen and Wendy Rizzo
83–96
Constraint Re-ranking in Three Grammars: Spirantization and Coda Devoicing in Peninsular Spanish
Carolina González
97–111
Mid Vowels and Schwa in Eastern Catalan: five non-Barcelona Dialects
Dylan Herrick
113–126
The Nominal Stress System of Romanian (re)revisited
Cristian Iscrulescu
127–140
Proto-Romance Stress Shift Revisited
Haike Jacobs
141–154
Final -m in Yucatan Spanish: A Rapid and Anonymous Survey
Jim Michnowicz
155–165
Stressed Enclitics?
Francisco Ordóñez and Lori Repetti
167–181
How To Do Things Without Junk: The Refunctionalization of a Pronominal Subsystem between Latin and Romance
John Charles Smith
183–205
Subject Index
207–209
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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