GIAL Special Electronic Publications


GIAL is pleased to offer electronic publications to the academic community in areas related to its academic offerings. These special publications are large, stand-alone documents.

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Karl J. Franklin: Loosen Your Tongue: An introduction to Storytelling.
(New version 2010)

Robert Guy McKee: Lynchings in modern Kenya and inequitable access to basic resources: A major human rights scandal and one contributing cause

Steve Parker: Lecture Notes and Other Handouts for Introductory Phonology: A Course Packet

Steve Parker: Handouts for Advanced Phonology: A Course Packet

Steve Parker 2002 dissertation: Quantifying the Sonority Hierarchy

Steve Parker: A Bibliography of Resources on Sonority. Originally published in 2014. I plan to update this document periodically. Corrections, additions, and suggestions are welcome. Eventually I hope to also post on this site a version of this same list of resources, arranged thematically (by subtopics). To download the current version of this file, with references arranged alphabetically, click here. Last modified on August 28, 2015.