Iosad, Pavel. 2018. Phonology in the Soviet Union. MS., The University of Edinburgh. Submitted to B. Elan Dresher and Harry van der Hulst (eds.), The Oxford history of phonologyAbstract pdf
Iosad, Pavel. 2016. The ATR/Laryngeal connection and emergent features. MS., The University of Edinburgh. Submitted to Bert Botma & Marc van Oostendorp (eds.), Primitives of phonological structureAbstract
Iosad, Pavel. 2017. A substance-free framework for phonology: An analysis of the Breton dialect of Bothoa. (Edinburgh Studies in Theoretical Linguistics 2) Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press Read more
Iosad, Pavel. 2018. Optimality Theory: Motivations and perspectives. In S. J. Hannahs & Anna R. K. Bosch (eds.), The Routledge handbook of phonological theory, 13–36. London, New York: Routledge.
Iosad, Pavel. 2016. Tonal stability and tonogenesis in North Germanic. In Ian Giles, Laura Chapot, Chris Cooijmans, Ryan Foster, and Barbara Tesio (eds.), Beyond borealism: New perspectives on the North, 80–97. London: Norvik Press
Iosad, Pavel. 2016. Prosodic structure and suprasegmental features: Short-vowel stød in Danish. Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics 19(3), 221–268
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Iosad, Pavel. 2015. ‘Pitch accent’ and prosodic structure in Scottish Gaelic: Reassessing the role of contact. In Martin Hilpert, Jan-Ola Östman, Christine Mertzlufft, Michael Rießler, and Janet Duke (ed.), New trends in Nordic and general linguistics, 28–54. Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter.
Rhys, Catrin S., Pavel Iosad and Alison Henry (ed.). 2013. Minority languages, microvariation, minimalism and meaning: Proceedings of the Irish Network in Formal Linguistics. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Iosad, Pavel. 2013. Head-dependent asymmetries in Munster Irish prosody. In Nordlyd 40(1), 66–107. Special XL Issue: A Festschrift on the occasion of X years of CASTL phonology and Curt Rice’s Lth birthday, ed. Sylvia Blaho, Martin Krämer and Bruce Morén-Duolljá
Iosad, Pavel. 2010. Right at the left edge: Initial consonant mutations in the world‘s languages. In Michael Cysouw and Jan Wohlgemuth (ed.), Rethinking universals: How rarities affect linguistic theory, 105–138. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
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