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Against autosegmental approaches to initial consonant mutation

April 30, 2008

GLOW 31 Colloquium, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

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Categories:  Irish Fula Phonology-morphology interface Initial consonant mutations

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In this talk I argue that purely phonological (e.g. autosegmental) approaches to initial consonant mutations in languages such as Fula and Irish are insufficient to account for the facts fully. In many ways this does not represent my current thinking on these matters, as can be established by looking, for instance, at this paper.



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I’m Pavel Iosad, and I'm a Lecturer in Theoretical Phonology in the department of Linguistics and English Language at the University of Edinburgh. ¶ You can always go to the start page to learn more.

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