- Title Pages
- One The Secret History of Prosodic and Autosegmental Phonology
- Two A Brief History of Autosegmental Phonology with Special Reference to Its Founder
- Three The Autosegmental Approach to Tone in Lusoga
- Four Tonal Melodies in the Logoori Verb
- Five Autosegments Are Not Just Features
- Six The Importance of Autosegmental Representations for Sign Language Phonology
- Seven Abstract Underlying Representations in Prosodic Structure
- Eight Sonority Waves in Syllabification
- Nine Toward Progress in Theories of Language Sound Structure
- Ten On the Discovery Procedure
- Eleven Model Selection and Phonological Argumentation
- Twelve The Dynamics of Prominence Profiles: From Local Computation to Global Patterns
- Thirteen French Liaison in the Light of Corpus Phonology: From Lexical Information to Patterns of Usage Variation
- Fourteen A Phonological Approach to the Unsupervised Learning of Root-and-Pattern Morphology
- Appendix 14a: Wehr’s Transliteration Scheme
- Shaping Phonology
- Diane Brentari, Jackson L. Lee
- University of Chicago Press
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