Arizona Phonology Conference: Volume 5 (1995)15
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.
Proceedings of the South Western Optimality Theory Workshop 1995. (Arizona Phonology Conference Volume 5). Edited by Keiichiro Suzuki and Dirk Elzinga.
Excerpt from the Preface:
This volume contains papers presented at the first South Western Optimality Theory Workshop (SWOT I), held at the University of Arizona on April 28, 1995. Not included is the paper presented by Donca Steriade (UCLA).
- Preface (Arizona Phonology Conference, Volume 5, 1995)
- An Optimality Account of Tone-Vowel Interaction in Fuzhou
- The Role of the Root in Segmental Representations
- Repetition and its Avoidance: The Case in Javanese
- Prosodic & Morphological Constraint: An Optimality Account of Alabama Negation