Romance Linguistics 2012

Selected papers from the 42nd Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL), Cedar City, Utah, 20-22 April 2012

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Jason Smith | Southern Utah University
Tabea Ihsane | University of Geneva
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This volume contains a selection of nineteen peer-reviewed papers from the 42nd annual Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL) held at Southern Utah University in Cedar City, Utah, in 2012. The contributions cover a wide range of current topics in the areas of phonetics, phonology, syntax, interfaces, and diachronic Romance linguistics, with an emphasis on experimental approaches, in connection to L1 and L2 acquisition, code-switching and psycholinguistics. Among the languages and varieties of Romance analyzed are French (Old, Modern, and Norman), Portuguese (Brazilian and Classical), and Spanish (Modern and Judeo-Spanish), but also Italo-Romance, Latin, and Romanian. In a comparative tradition, the discussions extend to languages outside Romance, such as dialects of Arabic, Germanic, and Palenquero creole. This collection of papers at the forefront of research contributes to our understanding of Romance languages, and to the influence of Romance linguistics, and will be of interest to scholars in Romance and general linguistics.
[Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory, 7] 2015.  xii, 304 pp.
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Carignan, Christopher
2018. Using ultrasound and nasalance to separate oral and nasal contributions to formant frequencies of nasalized vowels. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 143:5  pp. 2588 ff. DOI logo
Herschensohn, Julia
2019. Introduction. In Contributions of Romance Languages to Current Linguistic Theory [Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, 95],  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Rong, Panying, David P. Kuehn & Ryan K. Shosted
2016. Modeling of oropharyngeal articulatory adaptation to compensate for the acoustic effects of nasalization. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 140:3  pp. 2145 ff. DOI logo

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Subjects

Main BIC Subject

CFK: Grammar, syntax

Main BISAC Subject

LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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