Volume 30 – Issue 1 – 2018


Editors

Pier Marco Bertinetto (SNS, Pisa) 

editor-in-chief 

Mark Aronoff (Stony Brooks)

Michele Loporcaro (Zürich)

Volume 07 – 1995

 

Volume 07 – Issue 1 – 1995

 

Special issue: The Phonetic Origins of Sound Change
 

Carol A. Fowler (guest-editor)
Preface

 

Bjørn Lindblom, Susan Guion, Susan Hura, Seung-Jae Moon & Raquel Willerman
Is sound change adaptive?

 

Richard Mowrey & William Pagliuca
The reductive character of articulatory evolution

 

John J. Ohala & Maria Grazia Busá
Nasal loss before voiceless fricatives: A perceptually-based sound change

 

Patrice Speeter Beddor & David Evans-Romaine
Acoustic-perceptual factors in phonological assimilations: A study of syllable-final nasals

 

Kirk A. Widdison
An acoustic and perceptual study of the Spanish sound change s > h

 

Joaquin Romero
An articulatory view of historical /s/-aspiration in Spanish

 

Volume 07 – Issue 2 – 1995

 

Thematic section: Analogical Modeling 

 

William G. Eggington (guest-editor)
Analogical modeling: A new horizon

 

Royal Skousen
Analogy: A non-rule alternative to neural networks

 

Steve Chandler
Non-declarative linguistics: Some neuropsychological perspectives

 

Derek Robinson
Index and analogy: A footnote to the theory of signs

 

Barbara Bullock
The uneven trochee in French

 

Carlos Quicoli
Cyclicity and stress erasure in Portuguese and Spanish

 

Lunella Mereu
Verso una tipologia dell'accordo verbo-soggetto

 

Rajendra Singh & David Parkinson
On morphological transfer: L1, L2 and intermorphology