LSA 221: Morphology-phonology interface

Sharon Inkelas | session 2 | TuTh 10:30 – 12:15, 106 Moffitt Hall

This three-week course will focus on three areas of the phonology-morphology interface: the types of morphological information that cross-linguistically are known to influence phonology, the ways in which different morphologically conditioned phonological patterns interact in the same language, and the general relationship between morphologically conditioned phonology and realizational morphology.

Reading: Selected materials available online.

Prerequisites: Basic aquaintance with phonology and morphology are presupposed. This course is aimed at those who already have some graduate-level experience in linguistics.

Areas of linguistics: Phonetics, phonology, and morphology

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