Schedule

Week 1: Introduction

Week 2: Word and Paradigm models (I)

Language proposal due.

Anderson, S. 1992. A-Morphous Morphology. Cambridge University Press. Chapter 3.

Blevins, J. 2012. "Morphology of words." In V. Ferreira, M. Goldrick & M. Miozza (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Language Processing.

Matthews, P.H. 1972. Inflectional Morphology.  Cambridge University Press. Chapters 4, 5, 6.

Week 3: Word and Paradigm models (II)

Anderson, S. 1981. "Where's morphology?" Linguistic Inquiry 13:571–612. [David]

Zwicky, A. 1985. "How to describe inflection." Proceedings of the 11th Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society. Pp. 372–386. [Amanda]

Week 4: Word and Paradigm models (III)

Langauge presentations by Ana, Amanda, David

Evans, R. and G. Gazdar. 1996. "DATR: A language for lexical knowledge representation." Computational Linguistics 22:167–216.

Anderson, S. 1992. A-Morphous Morphology. Cambridge University Press. Chapter 6. [Ana]

DATR for Windows or Macs

Week 5: Paradigm Function Morphology

Langauge presentations by Danielle, Jee Hae

Stump, G. T. 2002. Inflectional Morphology. Cambridge University Press. Chapter 1. [Danielle]

Week 6: Inflection classes

Bickel, B. and J. Nichols. 2001. "Inflectional morphology." In T. Shopen (ed.), Language typology and syntactic description. Cambridge University Press. Section 5.

Corbett, G. 2006. "Canonical Inflectional Classes." In F. Montermini, G. Boyé, and J. Tseng (ed.), Selected Proceedings of the 6th Décembrettes. Cascadilla Proceedings Project. pp. 1-11.  [Jee Hae]

Week 7: Russian declensions

Corbett, G. G. and N. M. Fraser. 1993.  "Network Morphology: A DATR Account of Russian Nominal Inflection." Journal of Linguistics 29:113-142. [David]
 
Müller, G.  2004. "On Decomposing Inflection Class Features:Syncretism in Russian Noun Inflection." In G. Müller, L. Gunkel, & G. Zifonun (eds.), Explorations in Nominal Inflection, pp. 189-227. [Amanda]

Week 8: Paradigm economy

Carstairs, A. 1983. "Paradigm economy." Journal of Linguistics 19:115-128. [Ana]

Carstairs-McCarthy, A. 1994. "Inflection classes, gender, and the Principle of Contrast."  Language 70:737-788. [David]

Week 9: Paradigm economy (cont.)

Cameron-Faulkner, T. and A. Carstairs-McCarthy. 2000. "Stem alternants as morphological signata: Evidence from blur avoidance in Polish nouns." Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 18:813-835. [Danielle]

Week 10: Paradigm entropy

Paper outline due.

Müller, G. 2007. "Notes on paradigm economy." Morphology 17:1-38.

Stump, G. T. 2005. "Some criticisms of Carstairs-McCarthy’s conclusions." In G. Booij & J. Van Marle (eds.), Yearbook of Morphology 2005. Springer, pp. 283-303.

Ackerman, F., J. P. Blevins, and R. Malouf. 2009. "Parts and wholes: Patterns of relatedness in complex morphological systems and why they matter." In James P. Blevins and Juliette Blevins (ed.), Analogy in Grammar: Form and Acquisition. Oxford University Press, Oxford. Pages 54-82

Week 11: Paradigm entropy (cont.)


Week 12: Heteroclisis

Stump, G. T.  2006.  "Heteroclisis and Paradigm Linkage." Language 82:279-322. [Jee Hae]

Maiden, M. 2009 "Where does heteroclisis come from? Evidence from Romanian dialects." Morphology 19:59-86. [Amanda]

Week 13: Learning

MacWhinney, B., J. Leinbach, R. Taraban, and J. McDonald. 1989. "Language Learning: Cues or Rules?" Journal of Memory and Language, 28:255-277 

Goldsmith, J. G. and J. O'Brien. 2006. "Learning inflection classes."
Language Learning and Development 2:219-250.

Week 14: Processing

Milin, P., D. Filipović Đurđević, and F. Moscoso del Prado Martín. 2009. "The Simultaneous Effects of Inflectional Paradigms and Classes on Lexical Recognition: Evidence from Serbian." Journal of Memory and Language, 60, 50-64.

Baayen, R.H., P. Milin, D. Filipović ĐurđevićP. Hendrix, and M. Marelli. 2011. "An amorphous model for morphological processing in visual comprehension based on naive discriminative learning." Psychological Review 118:438-481.

Week 15: Final presentations