By Sari Pietikäinen, Alexandra Jaffe, Helen Kelly-Holmes, Nik Coupland
Sociolinguistics from the Periphery "presents a fascinating book about change: shifting political, economic and cultural conditions; ephemeral, sometimes even seasonal, multilingualism; and altered imaginaries for minority and indigenous languages and their users"
This volume is the first in a new working papers series initiated by the Indiana University Linguistics Club and the Department of Linguistics at Indiana University - Bloomington to showcase the research of our students, faculty and alumni. The papers in this volume focus on optimality theoretic phonology and include the articles listed below. *The Parallel Distribution of Aspirated Stops and /h/ in American English (Stuart Davis) *Generational Faithfulness in Hopi Reduplicative Infixation (Tiffany L. Kershner) *A Case of Sympathy in Javanese Affixation (Minkyung Lee) *Extrametricality in English (Youngsung Lee) *Sympathy, Cumulativity, and the Duke-of-York Gambit (John J. McCarthy) *A Sympathy Account of Multiple Opacity in Wintu (Laura Wilbur McGarrity) *On the Role of Segmental Contrasts in the Acquisition of Clusters (Kathleen M. O'Connor)