Marc van Oostendorp
||Researcher Variation linguistics (phonology/grammar)
- Phonological (micro-)variation and Optimality Theory
- The relation between social and individual variation
|| Eastern Generative Grammar Summerschool
I will teach in this school in Wroclaw next year (summer 2005).
|Recent book publications:
- Phonological Projection; A Theory of Schwa in Optimality Theory, Mouton - De Gruyter, Berlin, 2000.
- (with B. Hermans, eds.) The Derivational Residue in Phonological Optimality Theory. John Benjamins, Amsterdam.
For an extended list of publications, see the CV above, and the Meertens publications database.
|Unpublished manuscripts, handouts, abstracts:
Low-Saxonian possessive pronominals: syntax and phonology
Handout of a talk together with Norbert Corver. (January 2005)
Inflectional tones and morpheme expression in Limburg Dutch
Poster presentation for the second Old-world Conference in Phonology. (DIN A0 size; January 2005)
Expressing inflection tonally
On the complementary distribution of schwa and low tone in a Limburg Dutch dialect. (December 2004)
Dialectgeographic excursions. New databases and modern theories
Presentation sheets of a talk in Groningen. (November 2004)
Presentation sheets for a course Introduction to Linguistics, in Leiden. (November-december 2004; in Dutch)
Presentation of a Meertens Institute project (november 2004; in Dutch)
Vowel harmony in contact-induced systems: the case of Cappadocian and Silly
Handout of a talk, together with Anthi Revithiadou, Kalomoira Nikolou & Maria-Anna Tiliopoulou. (september 2004)
Variation in phonology. Theory and Evidence
Long handout (55 pp.) for a 'National Research Training Seminar' in Tromsø, Norway (October 2004)
The Theory of Faithfulness
Tutorial on Containment, Correspondence, paradigmatic relations, Sympathy, and related notions. (June 2004)
Phonological alphabets and the structure of the segment
Introduction (January 2004, with Jeroen van de Weijer) to our volume The internal organization of phonological segments, to appear in 2004.
- Phonological recoverability in dialects of Dutch
Draft version of an article, February 2004
For more information, see my private page.
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