Presentations

(by year)   (by type)

(materials not linked here are available by request.)

2017

Stanton, Juliet.  Interactions between prenasalized stops and nasal vowels.  Talk presented at the 91st Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America.  [handout]

2016

Stanton, Juliet.  Non-myopia in Gurindji and beyond: implications for the phonological grammar.  Colloquium talk presented at Universität Leipzig.  [handout]

Stanton, Juliet.  Segmental blocking in dissimilation: an argument for co-occurrence constraints.  Talk presented at the 2016 Annual Meeting on Phonology.  [handout]

Stanton, Juliet.  Segmental blocking in dissimilation: an argument for co-occurrence constraints.  Talk presented at  V Congresso Internacional de Estudos Linguísticos.  [handout]

Stanton, Juliet & Sam Zukoff.  Prosodic Misapplication in Copy Epenthesis and Reduplication.  Talk presented at the 24th Manchester Phonology Meeting.  [handout]

Stanton, Juliet.  Trigger Deletion in Gurindji.  Poster presented at the 24th Manchester Phonology Meeting.  [poster]  [handout]

Stanton, Juliet. Trigger deletion in Gurindji. Talk presented at PhoNE 2016.

2015

Stanton, Juliet.  Effects of allophonic vowel nasalization on NC clusters: a contrast- based analysis.  Talk presented at the 46th annual meeting of the North East Linguistic Society.  [handout]

Stanton, Juliet. Environmental shielding is contrast preservation. Talk presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting on Phonology.  [handout]

Stanton, Juliet. Constraints on contrast motivate nasal cluster effects. Talk presented at Universidad de Buenos Aires.

Stanton, Juliet. Constraints on contrast motivate nasal cluster effects. Talk presented at the 23rd Manchester Phonology Meeting.

Stanton, Juliet and Sam Zukoff. Prosodic effects of segmental correspondence. Talk presented at the 51st annual meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society.

Stanton, Juliet. The learnability filter and its role in the comparison of metrical theories. Talk presented at the GLOW Phonology Workshop (The implications of Computation and Learnability for Phonological Theory).  [handout]

Stanton, Juliet. Environmental shielding is contrast preservation. Talk presented at PhoNE 2015.

2014

Stanton, Juliet. Rare forms and rare errors: deriving a learning bias in error-driven learning. Talk presented at NECPhon 2014.

Stanton, Juliet. Wholesale Late Merger in A’-movement: evidence from preposition stranding. Poster presented at the 45th annual meeting of the North East Linguistic Society.  [poster]

Stanton, Juliet. Learnability shapes typology: the case of the midpoint pathology. Talk presented at Phonology 2014.  [handout]

Stanton, Juliet.  Varieties of A’-extractions: evidence from preposition stranding.  Talk presented at LAGB Annual Meeting 2014.  [handout]

Stanton, Juliet and Donca Steriade. Stress windows and Base Faithfulness in English suffixal derivatives. Talk presented at the 22nd Manchester Phonology Meeting.  [handout]

Stanton, Juliet. Varieties of A’-extractions: evidence from prepositions stranding. Talk presented at ECO-5 2014.

Stanton, Juliet. Factorial typology and accentual faithfulness. Talk presented at the 32nd West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics.  [handout]

Stanton, Juliet. A cyclic factorial typology of Pama-Nyungan stress. Poster presented at the 88th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America.  [poster]

2013

Stanton, Juliet. A cyclic factorial typology of Pama-Nyungan stress. Poster presented at Phonology 2013.

Stanton, Juliet. Factorial typology and metrical faithfulness. Poster presented at M@90, MIT, Cambridge, MA, September 20–21.

Stanton, Juliet. Positional restrictions on prenasalized consonants: a perceptual account. Talk presented at the 21st Manchester Phonology Meeting.  [handout]

Stanton, Juliet. Predicting distributional restrictions on prenasalized stops. RUMMIT 2013.