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|Name:||Anna R.K. Bosch|
|Institution:||University of Kentucky|
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|Selected Publications:||Anna Bosch, 2006. “Scottish Gaelic dialectology: A preliminary assessment of the Survey of the Gaelic Dialects of Scotland”. Lingua 116, 2012-2022.
Anna Bosch, 2003. “Borgstrøm’s Dialect of Barra in the Outer Hebrides: The uses and misuses of description in theory,” Scottish Gaelic Studies XXI, 221-240.
Anna Bosch, 2002. Review of The Syllable: Views and Facts, Harry van der Hulst and Nancy Ritter, eds.
Journal of Linguistics 38, 168-172.
Anna Bosch, 1998a. “The Syllable in Scottish Gaelic Dialect Studies,” Scottish Gaelic Studies XVIII, 1-22.
Anna Bosch, 1998b. (with Kenneth de Jong) Syllables and Supersyllables: Evidence for Low Level Phonological Domains. Texas Linguistic Forum 41: Exploring the Boundaries Between Phonetics and Phonology, 1-14.
Anna Bosch, 2002. Review of The Syllable: Views and Facts, Harry van der Hulst and Nancy Ritter, eds. Journal of Linguistics 38, 168-172.
Anna Bosch, 1997a. Stress versus Pitch Prominence in North Welsh. Proceedings from the 14th Annual Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 76-89.
Anna Bosch, 1997b. Transcription and Representation in Scottish Gaelic Dialect Studies, Orbis 39, 79-89.
Anna Bosch, 1997c. (with Kenneth de Jong) The Prosody of Barra Gaelic Epenthetic Vowels. Studies in the Linguistic Sciences 27, 1-15.
Anna Bosch, translator. 1991. Spatial Prepositions: A Case Study from French. A translation of L'Espace en Francais, by Claude Vandeloise (1986). Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 265 pp.
|Courses Taught:||Phonological Analysis
Introduction to Linguistics
Linguistic Theory for Graduate students in other disciplines
Language and Gender
|Academic Paper Abstract:||
Harry van der Hulst and Nancy A. Ritter (eds.), The syllable: views and facts. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1999. Pp. xvii+777.
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