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Tue Nov 17 2009
Qs: Consonant-generated Disharmonic Domains
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Consonant-generated Disharmonic Domains
Message 1: Consonant-generated Disharmonic Domains
From: Diane Lesley-Neuman <lesleynemsu.edu>
Subject: Consonant-generated Disharmonic Domains
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I am working on a project which involves the modeling of disharmonic
domains. Of most interest at this time are cases involving
consonant-generated features, especially cases where the domains are
multi-syllabic, as there are quite a number of monosyllablic domains in the
literature. However, information on monosyllabic domains are welcome. I am
especially interested in cases from understudied/underdocumented languages,
especially those about which few papers have been written, although all
examples are welcome. I am constructing a cross-linguistic justification
for analyses based on my work in Teso-Turkana, and would like to make the
case for a model that applies more widely.
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