Edited By Jolanta Szpyra-Kozłowska and Eugeniusz Cyran
The papers collected in this volume examine selected aspects of the interaction of phonology with phonetics, morphosyntax and the lexicon in a variety of languages including Korean, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, British English, Polish, Russian, Ukrainian, Dutch and Hawaiian. In order to approach the role and ways of expressing extraphonological information in phonology, the international contributors adopt different methods of analysis (data gathering, experiments, theoretical discussions), couched in various theoretical frameworks (such as Optimality Theory and Government Phonology), which reveal both the multifarious faces and interfaces of modern phonological research.
Jieun Bark is a PhD student of Linguistics at University of Nantes, a member of LLING UMR 6310 CNRS, France. Her research interests focus on Korean phonology and have recently been extended to Oïl languages exploring segmental structures and representations of phonological processes. She is currently researching phonology of Gallo, an endangered language spoken in Northern France, with specific emphasis on sociolinguistic variations. She works as a coordinator for Bilingualism Matters@Nantes to disseminate research findings from AThEME project, supported by European Commission.
Karolina Broś is Assistant Professor at the Institute of Applied Linguistics at the University of Warsaw, Poland. She specializes in theoretical linguistics. Her research interests include phonology and its interfaces, speech perception, Spanish dialectology and language change. In 2015, she published a monograph on weakening processes entitled Survival of the Fittest: Fricative Lenition in English and Spanish from the Perspective of Optimality Theory. Her current research project focuses on the Spanish of the Canary Islands.
Eugeniusz Cyran is Professor of Linguistics and Chair of the Department of Phonology and Phonetics in the Institute of English Studies at John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland. He has published on Polish and Irish phonology and the phonology-phonetics interface. His interests include syllabic organization, sub-segmental representation and the relationship between phonology and phonetics. His books include Resonance Elements in Phonology. A Study in Munster Irish (1997), Complexity Scales and Licensing in Phonology (2010), Between Phonology and Phonetics (2014).
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