CatJL 2021


Francesc Torres-Tamarit & Teresa Cabré (eds.)


Recursivity in Phonology

Editorial: Bellaterra: Servei de Publicacions de la UAB
Col·lecció: Catalan Journal of Linguistics #2021
Data de publicació: 2021
Pàgines: 114

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In November of 2019, a two-day workshop on "Recursivity in Phonology: below and above the word" was organized at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. The workshop featured Emily Elfner (York University, Canada), Junko Ito and Armin Mester (University of California, Santa Cruz) as keynote speakers. The following questions were addressed: does recursivity in phonology exist at all? If recursivity in phonology exists, what exactly can trigger a recursive structure in the syntax-prosody interface? Is recursivity restricted to higher-ordered phonological constituents like the phonological phrase and the intonational phrase? Does ternarity exist in phonology or should it be derived from recursive structures?
This 20th volume of the Catalan Journal of Linguistics presents a selection of the papers that were discussed during the workshop.

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