Joey Windsor and Christophe Grandsire-Koevets join George to discuss what tools we can get from more advanced linguistics theoretical frameworks. What tools do they provide the conlanger, and where do you have to be careful about applying them.
Top of Show Greeting: Gidurguyt [ɡɪ-ərdɡuː-jɪt]
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- Unfortunately, the video of Joey’s talk is incomprehensible. I also cannot find video for William’s talk. Please forgive the inconvenience.
Academic Sources and Textbooks:
Mihalic̆ek, V., & Wilson, C. (2011). Language Files: Materials for an Introduction to Language and Linguistics. Ohio State University Press.
Dresher, B. E. (2009). The contrastive hierarchy in phonology (Vol. 121). Cambridge University Press.
O’Grady, W., & Archibald, J. (2015). Contemporary linguistic analysis: An introduction. Pearson Canada.
Kager, R. (1999). Optimality theory. Cambridge University Press.
Gussenhoven, C., & Jacobs, H. (2013). Understanding phonology. Routledge.
Trask, R. L. (2004). A dictionary of phonetics and phonology. Routledge.