Arizona Phonology Conference: Volume 2 (1989)10
The Arizona Phonology Conference is a conference publication of the Linguistics Circle, the Graduate Student Organization of the Department of Linguistics at the University of Arizona.
Volume 2 (1989). Second Edition. (1992). Edited by S. Lee Fulmer, Masahide Ishihara and Wendy Wiswall.
Excerpt from the Preface:
This special volume of the Coyote Papers contains the proceedings of the second annual Arizona Phonology Conference, held at the University of Arizona on March 31-April 1, 1989. This conference served as a forum for phonologists from UCLA, USC, the University of Texas at Austin, and the University of Arizona. In addition to the papers in this volume, papers were presented by Morris Halle (MIT), Sue Banner Inouye (UCLA), Jong Shil Kim (UT Austin), Barbara Levergood (UCLA), Juliette Levin (UT Austin), Charolette Reinholtz (USC), and Don Weeda (UT Austin).
- Reduplication as Copy: Evidence from Axininca Campa
- Patterns of Feature Cooccurrence: The Case of Nasality
- Rime Change in Two Chinese Dialects
- The Morphemic Plane Hypothesis and Plane Internal Phonological Domains
- The Consequence of Rule Ordering in Haya Tonology