LINGUIST List 32.466

Mon Feb 08 2021

FYI: Phonological Data & Analysis

Editor for this issue: Everett Green <everettlinguistlist.org>



Date: 05-Feb-2021
From: Megan Crowhurst <mcrowhurstaustin.utexas.edu>
Subject: Phonological Data & Analysis
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The open access LSA journal Phonological Data and Analysis is pleased to announce the introduction of its new Puzzles and Problems section of papers with the publication of “Open and closed mid-front vowels in Teotitlán del Valle Zapotec” co-authored by Hiroto Uchihara and Ambrocio Gutiérrez: https://phondata.org/index.php/pda/article/view/42. Puzzles and Problems offers a unique publication outlet in the field of phonology with its focus on intricate data presentations that challenge theoretical assumptions and provide content for discussion and debate both in research and pedagogical contexts.

Phonological Data and Analysis publishes original, high-quality research papers distinguished by a particularly detailed examination of phonological patterns. The journal’s aim is to encourage scholarship grounded in substantive data that contributes to the revelation, clarification, and testing of phonological generalizations, or of the theories designed to account for them. Papers appropriate for Phonological Data and Analysis (PDA) include those that use rich data sets to document sound patterns in individual languages; that draw typological conclusions from a carefully assembled cross-linguistic database; that explore probabilistic generalizations in corpora; that examine and elucidate the assumptions of phonological theories; and that test phonological predictions with computational models or experimental methods.

The table of contents for the latest volume (2020) of Phonological Data and Analysis appears below. Please see the journal website for more information and submission guidelines: https://phondata.org/index.php/pda/index

Volume 2 (2020)

Campbell, E. W. (2020). Probing phonological structure in play language: Speaking backwards in Zenzontepec Chatino. Phonological Data and Analysis, 2(1), 1–21. https://doi.org/10.3765/pda.v2art1.33

Akumbu, P. W., Hyman, L. M., & Kießling, R. (2020). The segmental and tonal structure of verb inflection in Babanki. Phonological Data and Analysis, 2(2), 1–33. https://doi.org/10.3765/pda.v2art2.32

McCollum, A. G., & Essegbey, J. (2020). Initial prominence and progressive vowel harmony in Tutrugbu. Phonological Data and Analysis, 2(3), 1–37. https://doi.org/10.3765/pda.v2art3.14

DiCanio, C., Martínez Cruz, B., Cruz Martínez, B., & Martínez Cruz, W. (2020). Glottal toggling in Itunyoso Triqui. Phonological Data and Analysis, 2(4), 1–28. https://doi.org/10.3765/pda.v2art4.3

de Lacy, P. (2020). Do morphophonological exchange rules exist? A reply to DiCanio et al. (2020). Phonological Data and Analysis, 2(4), 29–43. https://doi.org/10.3765/pda.v2no4.46

Stanton, J. (2020). Aggressive reduplication and dissimilation in Sundanese. Phonological Data and Analysis, 2(5), 1–35. https://doi.org/10.3765/pda.v2art5.25

Bennett, W. G., & Braver, A. (2020). Different speakers, different grammars: Productivity and representation of Xhosa labial palatalization. Phonological Data and Analysis, 2(6), 1–29. https://doi.org/10.3765/pda.v2art6.9

Uchihara, H., & Gutiérrez, A. (2020). Open and closed mid-front vowels in Teotitlán del Valle Zapotec. Phonological Data and Analysis, 2(7), 1–22. https://doi.org/10.3765/pda.v2art7.42

Gallagher, G. (2020). Strident harmony from the perspective of an inductive learner. Phonological Data and Analysis, 2(8), 1–29. https://doi.org/10.3765/pda.v2art8.39




Linguistic Field(s): Phonology


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