Spanish Phonetics and Phonology in Contact

Studies from Africa, the Americas, and Spain

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| University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Spanish Phonetics and Phonology in Contact: Studies from Africa, the Americas, and Spain brings together scholars working on a wide range of aspects of the Spanish sound system and how their coexistence with another language in speech communities across the Hispanophone world influences their manifestation. Drawing upon seminal works in the fields of language contact in general, Spanish in contact with indigenous and regional languages, and laboratory approaches tied to the languages in question, the volume’s contents employ acoustic and quantitative approaches, as well as both controlled and spontaneous data elicitation procedures, to shed light on how linguistic, historical, and social variables drive contact phenomena, and in turn, shape specific varieties of Spanish. It will pique the interest of researchers and students of fields such as contact linguistics, language variation and change, segmental and suprasegmental phonetics and phonology, and sociolinguistics.
[Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, 28]  Expected August 2020.  x, 452 pp.
Publishing status: Printing
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
ix–x
Introduction
Rajiv Rao and Sandro Sessarego
1–12
Part I. Africa
16–31
Chapter 1. Equatorial Guinea Spanish non-continuant /d/: More than a generic L2 trait
John M. Lipski
13–32
Part II. The Americas
36–323
Chapter 2. The changing rhythm of Yucatan Spanish
Jim Michnowicz and Alex Hyler
33–62
Chapter 3. The vowel spaces of Spanish-K’ichee’ bilinguals
Brandon O. Baird
63–82
Chapter 4. Social contact and linguistic convergence: The reduction of intervocalic /d/ in Bilwi, Nicaragua
Whitney Chappell
83–102
Chapter 5. A preliminary, descriptive survey of rhotic and approximant fricativization in Northern Ecuadorian Andean Spanish varieties, Quichua, and Media Lengua
Jesse Stewart
103–140
Chapter 6. Intervocalic phonemic stop realization in Amazonian Peru: The case of Yagua Spanish
Nicholas Henriksen, Stephen Fafulas and Erin O'Rourke
141–162
Chapter 7. Rhotics in Shipibo-Konibo Spanish: A phonetic study
Jose Alberto Elias-Ulloa
163–206
Chapter 8. Afro-Peruvian Spanish intonation: A case of contact-induced language change
Brianna Butera, Rajiv Rao and Sandro Sessarego
207–226
Chapter 9. The glottal stop in Guaraní and Paraguayan Spanish
Shaw Nicholas Gynan and Ernesto Luís López Almada
227–262
Chapter 10. The interaction of social factors in the acoustically gradient realization of intervocalic /d/ in Border Uruguayan Spanish
Mark Waltermire and Michael Gradoville
263–292
Chapter 11. Exploring focus extension in Mapudungun and Chilean Spanish intonational plateaus: The case for pragmatic transfer through language contact
Brandon M.A. Rogers
293–324
Part III. Spain
328–450
Chapter 12. The Spanish sound system and intonation in contact with Galician
Xosé Luís Regueira and Elisa Fernández Rei
325–362
Chapter 13. The unstressed vowel system of Asturian Spanish: Language contact and phonetic contrast in word-final position
Sonia Barnes
363–382
Chapter 14. Spanish phonology in contact with Catalan: On implementations of gradience and discreteness in the study of sociolinguistic variation of laterals
Justin Davidson
383–420
Chapter 15. Portuguese remnants in the Spanish of Olivenza (Extremadura): Exploring vowel raising, global speech rhythm, and intonation
Christoph Gabriel, Jonas Grünke and Elena Kireva
421–450
Index
451–452
Subjects
BIC Subject: CF/2ADS – Linguistics/Spanish
BISAC Subject: LAN011000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Phonetics & Phonology
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2020017467