- Title Pages
OneThe Secret History of Prosodic and Autosegmental Phonology
TwoA Brief History of Autosegmental Phonology with Special Reference to Its Founder
ThreeThe Autosegmental Approach to Tone in Lusoga
FourTonal Melodies in the Logoori Verb
FiveAutosegments Are Not Just Features
SixThe Importance of Autosegmental Representations for Sign Language Phonology
SevenAbstract Underlying Representations in Prosodic Structure
EightSonority Waves in Syllabification
NineToward Progress in Theories of Language Sound Structure
TenOn the Discovery Procedure
ElevenModel Selection and Phonological Argumentation
TwelveThe Dynamics of Prominence Profiles: From Local Computation to Global Patterns
ThirteenFrench Liaison in the Light of Corpus Phonology: From Lexical Information to Patterns of Usage Variation
FourteenA 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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