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Mon Mar 3 2003

Books: Phonology: Carpenter, Coetzee, de Lacy (eds.)

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Message 1: UMOP26: Papers in Optimality Theory II

Date: Wed, 26 Feb 2003 16:22:22 -0500
From: glsa <glsalinguist.umass.edu>
Subject: UMOP26: Papers in Optimality Theory II

The Graduate Linguistics Student Association (GLSA) at the University of 
Massachusetts, Amherst announces the publication of a new volume of working 
papers:

University of Massachusetts Occasional Papers Volume 26:
Papers in Optimality Theory II (2003)
Carpenter, Angela C., Andries W. Coetzee & Paul de Lacy (eds.)

* Bound volume $22.00 U.S.
* CD-Rom version (PDF files) $12 U.S.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Noncontiguous Metathesis and Adjacency - Angela C. Carpenter 

OO-Correspondence as Cumulativity - Andries W. Coetzee

Constraint Universality and Prosodic Phrasing in M�ori - Paul de Lacy 

Economy of Structure in OT - Jane Grimshaw

Two Notes on Laryngeal Licensing: Hungarian and Arabic - Michael Kenstowicz, 
Mahasen Abu-Mansour and Mikl�s T�rkenczy 

Morphological Contiguity - Meredith Landman

Comparative Markedness - John J. McCarthy 

Assimilation Triggers Metathesis in Balantak: Implications for 
Theories of Possible Repairs in Optimality Theory	- Joe Pater 

Arguing Optimality - Alan Prince 

Bengali Intonation Revisited: An Optimality Theoretic Analysis 
in which FOCUS Stress Prominence Drives FOCUS Phrasing - Elisabeth Selkirk 

Towards a Compositional Treatment of Positional Constraints: 
The Case of Positional Augmentation - Jennifer L. Smith 

Alignment Constraints and WH-Movement - Melissa Svendsen 

The Emergence of the Marked Unfaithful - Shelley L. Velleman and Marilyn M. 
Vihman 

Clitics and Agreement in Competition: Ergative Cross-Reference
Patterns - Ellen Woolford

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