Wednesday, 25 July 2012

Crowdsourcing my course stuff

Just because I know you were on tenterhooks, I think I've settled on my reading list for my prosody course in the winter term. Comments?
Segmental and sub-segmental phonology, content of features, etc.
  • Clements, George N., & Hume, Elizabeth V. (1995). The internal organization of speech sounds. In John A. Goldsmith (Ed.), The Handbook of Phonological Theory (pp. 245-306). Cambridge, MA: Blackwell Publishing.
  • Browman, Catherine, & Goldstein, Louis. (1986). Toward an articulatory phonology. Phonology Yearbook, 3, 219-252.
Syllables, timing and quantity
  • Broselow, Ellen. (1995). Skeletal positions and moras. In John Goldsmith (Ed.), The Handbook of Phonological Theory (pp. 175-205). Cambridge, MA: Blackwell.
  • Broselow, Ellen, Chen, Su-I, & Huffman, Marie. (1997). Syllable weight: Convergence of phonology and phonetics. Phonology, 14, 47-82.
  • Hubbard, Kathleen. (1995). Toward a theory of phonological and phonetic timing: Evidence from Bantu. In Bruce Connell & Amalia Arvaniti (Eds.), Phonology and Phonetic Evidence: Papers in Laboratory Phonology IV (pp. 168-187). Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press.
Prominence stress and accent, deriving the prosodic hierarchy
  • Kager, Réne. (1995). The metrical theory of word stress. In John A. Goldsmith (Ed.), The Handbook of Phonologcal Theory(pp. 367-443). Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Arvaniti, Amalia. (2009). Rhythm, timing and the timing or rhythm. Phonetica(66), 46-63.
  • Liberman, Mark Y, & Prince, Alan. (1977). On stress and linguistic rhythm. Linguistic Inquiry, 8, 249-336.
Autosegmental-Metrical model of intonation
  • Odden, David. (1995). Tone: African Languages. In John A. Goldsmith (Ed.), The Handbook of Phonological Theory (pp. 444-475). Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.
  • Pierrehumbert, Janet, & Hirschberg, Julia. (1990). The meaning of intonation contours in the interpretation of discourse. In P. R. Cohen, J. Morgan & M. E. Pollack (Eds.), Intentions in Communication. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
  • Beckman, Mary, & Pierrehumbert, Janet. (1986). Intonational structure in Japanese and English. Phonology Yearbook, 3, 255-309.
Tones and Break Indices
  • Beckman, Mary, Hirschberg, Julia, & Shattuck-Huffnagel, Stefanie. (2005). The original ToBI system and the evolution of the ToBI framework. In Sun-Ah Jun (Ed.), Prosodic Typology: The Phonology of Intonation and Phrasing (pp. 9-54). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Hayes, Bruce, & Lahiri, Aditi. (1991). Bengali intonational phonology. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, 9, 47-96.
Interactions of prosody/intonation and ‘segmental’ phenomenal
  • Jun, Sun-Ah. (1998). The Accentual Phrase in the Korean prosodic hierarchy. Phonology, 15, 189-226.
  • Keating, Patricia, Cho, Taehong, Fougeron, Cécile, & Hsu, Chai-Shune. (2003). Domain-initial articulatory strengthening in four languages. In John Local, Richard Ogden & Rosalind Temple (Eds.), Phonetic Interpretation: Papers in Laboratory Phonology VI (pp. 145-163). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.