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2013

by Joy Sanders
Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics Associate Instructor

2011

No. 10. Word Stress in Lezgian in Optimality Theory
by Sarah Moeller
GIAL Student

2010

No. 9. How many constraints are there? A preliminary inventory of OT phonological constraints
by Karen C. Ashley, Lynette Disch, David C. Ford, Erin MacSaveny, Steve Parker, Carla Unseth, Angela M. Williams, Rachel Wong, and Brendon Yoder
GIAL Students and Faculty
(Accompanying database: Excel data file

Number 8 edited by Steve Parker and written by a student in his Applied Phonology course, spring 2010.

No. 8. Moore Tonal Polarity
by Juliann Spencer
GIAL Student
 

2009

Numbers 3-7 edited by Steve Parker and written by students in his Applied Phonology course, spring 2009.

by Carla Unseth
GIAL Student
No. 6. An Optimality Theory Analysis of Vowel Harmony in Ndruna
by Angela Williams
GIAL Student
No. 5. Verbal Tone in Chizigula
by Erin MacSaveny
GIAL Student
No. 4. Phonological Variations in Kabul Persian: An Optimality Theory Analysis
by Paul Williamson
GIAL Student
No. 3. Morphophonemic Gemination in Latin
Michael Fiddler
GIAL Student
No. 2. The Three Forms of the Arabic Causative
by David C. Ford
GIAL Student
No. 1. Prosodically Motivated Focus in Hausa:  An Optimality Theory Account
by Joseph Lovestrand
GIAL Student
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