Andrew Nevins

  1. 1.Lanko Marusic, Andrew Nevins, and William Badecker (2015). The Grammars of Conjunction Agreement in Slovenian. Syntax 18.1:39–77. doi: 10.1111/synt.12025

  2. 2.Andreea Nicolae and Andrew Nevins (2015). Underlying Laryngeal Specifications, Fricative Alternations, and Word–Size Effects. To appear in Journal of Linguistics 52.2. doi:10.1017/S0022226715000067

  3. 3.Katrin Skoruppa, Andrew Nevins, Adam Gillard and Stuart Rosen (2015). The role of vowel phonotactics in native speech segmentation. Journal of Phonetics 49: 67–76.

  4. 4.Andrew Nevins (2015). Triumphs and Limits of the Contrastivity-Only Hypothesis. To appear in Linguistic Variation.

  5. 5.Andrew Nevins, Cilene Rodrigues, and Kevin Tang (2015). The Rise and Fall of the L-Shaped Morphome: Diachronic and Experimental Studies. To appear in Probus. doi: 10.1515/probus-2015-0002.



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July 2015

NYU Roots Conference

June 2015

June 2015

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Recent presentations

  1. 1.Maxakalí Consonant Lenition and Ethnosociophonology (Paris, Jan 2015).

  2. 2.Onset Clusters vs Monosyllabicity in Malay Nasal Fusion Contexts (Leipzig, March 2015).

  3. 3.Undergoers are harmony sources: Maintaining iterative harmony in Oroqen dialects (Barcelona. Jan 2015)

  4. 4.Defective Verbs in Portuguese: Where Phonology Steers the Learner (Campinas, May 2015).

  5. 5.Domain-Based Preservation of Nasal Harmony in Maxakalí Loanwords (Manchester, May 2015).

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