Publications and Presentations

 

You can find a full list of my publications and presentations in my CV: [pdf]

 

You can see my presentations here. You can read about my software and programming here.

 

My Google Scholar citations page is here.

 

Publications: order by date | theme | type

 

2015

de Lacy, Paul (in prep for 2015). Phonology. In Mark Aronoff (ed.) The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics.
! I was not able to include acknowledgements in the article. So, I would like to thank the following people for their feedback here: Shu-hao Shih, Luca Iacoponi, and an anonymous reviewer.

 

 

2014

de Lacy, Paul (2014).  Evaluating evidence for stress systems.  In Harry van der Hulst (ed.) Word stress: Theoretical and typological issues, Cambridge University Press, pp. 149-193.
[pdf; Data from EC (docx) (pdf)]

 

 

2013

de Lacy, Paul and John Kingston (2013). Synchronic Explanation. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. 31.2: 287-355.
DOI: 10.1007/s11049-013-9191-y
[pdf (final prepublication version: 22 March 2013)] [NLLT online]
Note: This article has undergone some changes over its long life. Some people have cited the earlier version.

 

2012

de Lacy, Paul (2012). Morpho-phonological polarity. In Jochen Trommer (ed.)The morphology and phonology of exponence. Oxford University Press.
[pdf (version: 28 Jan 2010)] [data (Excel)] [polarity webpage] [Corrections]

 

2011

de Lacy, Paul (2011). Phonology. Oxford Bibliographies Online: http://www.oxfordbibliographiesonline.com/
! I was not able to include acknowledgements in the article. So, I would like to thank the following people for their feedback here: Ricardo Bermudez-Otero, Abby Cohn, Elan Dresher, Matt Gordon, Anne-Michelle Tessier, Tobias Scheer, and Hubert Truckenbrodt.
Draft reference list: [DOCX] [PDF]

de Lacy, Paul (2011). Markedness and faithfulness constraints. In Marc van Oostendorp et al. (eds.) The Blackwell Companion to Phonology. Wiley- Blackwell.
[draft]

de Lacy, Paul (2011).  Review of B. Elan Dresher (2009) The Contrastive Hierarchy in Phonology. Cambridge University Press.  Phonology 27.3.


 

2009

de Lacy, Paul (2009). Phonological evidence. In Steve Parker (ed.). Phonological argumentation: Essays on evidence and motivation. Equinox Publications, pp. 43-78.
[abstract] [chapter] [handout]

de Lacy, Paul (2009). Review of Mark Hale and Charles Reiss, The Phonological Enterprise. Oxford University Press. Journal of Linguistics 45: 719-724.
[pdf]

de Lacy, Paul (2009). OT constraint evaluator. http://www.pauldelacy.net/VR (Companion to de Lacy (2010) Markedness and Faithfulness Constraints).

 

2008

de Lacy, Paul and Patrik Bye (2008). Metrical influences on lenition and fortition. In Joaquim de Carvalho, Tobias Scheer, and Philippe Ségéral (eds.) Lenition and Fortition. Studies in Generative Grammar. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 173-206.
[abstract] [chapter]

 

2007

de Lacy, Paul (2007).  Quality of data in metrical stress theory.  Cambridge Extra magazine. Issue 2. 
[article] [Excerpt from Kager interview from Handbook of Phonology website]

de Lacy, Paul (2007).  How to say “Clinton”.  Cambridge Extra magazine.
[article] [audio – mp3]

de Lacy, Paul (ed.) (2007). The Cambridge Handbook of Phonology. Cambridge University Press.
http://rci.rutgers.edu/~phonolab/handbook/
[Reviews:
Cahill, Mike (2007) SIL Electronic Book Reviews [link]
Zerbian, Sabine (2008) In Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies 26.4:547-549;
Scheer, Tobias (2010) What OT is, and what OT is not. Journal of Linguistics 46.1: 193-218.
Kenstowicz, Michael (2010) In Language 86.1:216-219
Smith, Jennifer (to appear) In Phonology]

de Lacy, Paul (2007). Freedom, Interpretability, and the Loop. In Sylvia Blaho, Patrik Bye, and Martin Krämer (eds.). Freedom of Analysis? Studies in Generative Grammar (SSG) 95.  Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 86-118.
[abstract] [talk] (chapter removed from this website per Mouton’s request).

de Lacy, Paul (2007). The interaction of tone, sonority, and prosodic structure. In Paul de Lacy (ed.) The Cambridge Handbook of Phonology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ch.12 (pp. 281-307).

de Lacy, Paul (2007). Themes in phonology. In Paul de Lacy (ed.) The Cambridge Handbook of Phonology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ch.1 (pp. 5-29).
 

2006

de Lacy, Paul (2006). Markedness: Reduction and Preservation in Phonology. Cambridge Studies in Linguistics 112. Cambridge University Press.
[abstract] [Google books excerpt] [corrections] [handout] [talk
[Reviews: Nevins, Andrew & Keith Plaster (2008) Journal of Linguistics 44.3: 770-781[pdf] ]

de Lacy, Paul (2006). Transmissibility and the role of the phonological component. Theoretical Linguistics 32.2: 185-196.
[abstract] [article] ([target commentary article] [author's reply to my and others' articles]) [sources]

de Lacy, Paul and John Kingston (2006). Synchronic explanation. ms. Rutgers University and University of Massachusetts at Amherst. (32 pages).
[abstract] [article]

de Lacy, Paul (2006). Review of J. Lynch (ed.) Issues in Austronesian Historical Phonology.Journal of the Polynesian Society 115.1: 100-102.
[review]

 

2004

de Lacy, Paul (ed.-in-chief) (2004); Marc Richards and Lluïsa Astruc (eds.).   Cambridge Occasional Papers in Linguistics 1. University of Cambridge.

de Lacy, Paul (2004). Markedness conflation in Optimality Theory. Phonology 21.2:145-199.
Note: Also see the closely related de Lacy (2002) Formal expression of markedness and de Lacy (2006) Markedness.
[abstract] [article]

de Lacy, Paul (2004). Conflation and hierarchies. In Lluïsa Astruc-Aguilera & Marc Richards (eds.)Cambridge Occasional Papers in Linguistics 1. Cambridge, UK: University of Cambridge Linguistics Department, pp.83-100.
[abstract] [chapter]

de Lacy, Paul (2004). Maximal Words and the Māori passive. In John McCarthy (ed.) Optimality Theory in phonology: A reader. Blackwell, pp. 495-512.
[chapter]

 

2003

Carpenter, Angela, Andries Coetzee and Paul de Lacy (eds.) (2003). Papers in Optimality Theory II. University of Massachusetts Occasional Papers (UMOP) 26. Amherst, MA: GLSA Publications.

de Lacy, Paul (2003).  Constraint universality and prosodic phrasing in Māori. In Angela Carpenter, Andries Coetzee, and Paul de Lacy (eds.) Papers in Optimality Theory II. UMOP 26. Amherst, MA: GLSA Publications, pp.59-79. ROA 561.
[abstract] [chapter]

de Lacy, Paul (2003). Maximal words and the Māori passive.  In Andrea Rakowski and Norvin Richards (ed.) Proceedings of AFLA VIII: The eighth meeting of the Austronesian formal linguistics association. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 44. Cambridge, MA: MIT Linguistics Dept, pp.20-39.  ROA 520.
[abstract] [chapter] [handout] [talk]

de Lacy, Paul (2003). Review of J.Bradshaw and K.Rehg (eds.) Issues in Austronesian MorphologyJournal of the Polynesian Society 12.2: 172-174.
[review]

 

2002

de Lacy, Paul (2002). The interaction of tone and stress in Optimality Theory.  Phonology 19.1: 1-32. DOI:
[abstract] [article]

de Lacy, Paul (2002). The formal expression of markedness. Doctoral dissertation, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Amherst, MA: GLSA Publications.  ROA 542. [NOTE: Also see de Lacy (2006) Markedness]
[abstract] [dissertation]

de Lacy, Paul (2002). Conflation and scales.  In Masako Hirotani (ed.) Proceedings of the Northeast Linguistic Society (NELS) 32, pp. 93-112.  Amherst, MA: GLSA Publications.

 

 

2001

de Lacy, Paul (2001).  Markedness in prominent positions. In Ora Matushansky, Albert Costa, Javier Martin-Gonzalez, Lance Nathan, and Adam Szczegielniak (eds.) HUMIT 2000, MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 40. Cambridge, MA: MITWPL, pp.53-66. ROA 432.
[abstract] [chapter] [ROA (longer) version] [handout] [talk]

de Lacy, Paul (2001). Predicate nominals in Maori, Minimalist Syntax Archive #179.
[article]

 

2000

de Lacy, Paul and Anita Nowak (eds.) (2000). Papers from the 25th Anniversary. University of Massachusetts Occasional Papers (UMOP) 24. Amherst, MA: GLSA Publications.

de Lacy, Paul and Patrik Bye (2000). Edge asymmetries in Phonology and Morphology, In Ji-Yung Kim and Masako Hirotani (eds.) Proceedings of NELS (North-eastern Linguistics Society conference) 30. Amherst, MA: GLSA Publications, pp.121-135.  ROA 328.
[chapter]

 

1999

de Lacy, Paul (1999).  Haplology and correspondence, in Paul de Lacy and Anita Nowak (eds.)Papers from the 25th Anniversary. University of Massachusetts Occasional Papers (UMOP) 24. Amherst, MA: GLSA Publications, pp.51-88.  ROA 298.
[abstract] [chapter]

de Lacy, Paul (1999). Circumscriptive morphemes. In Catherine Kitto and Carolyn Smallwood (eds.) Proceedings of AFLA (Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association) VI. Toronto: Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics, pp.107-120. 
ROA 339; http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~twpl/volume16.htm
[abstract] [chapter] [poster]

Kitto, Catherine and Paul de Lacy (1999). Correspondence theory and epenthetic quality. In Catherine Kitto and Carolyn Smallwood (eds.) Proceedings of AFLA (Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association) VI. Toronto: Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics, pp.181-200.ROA 337; http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~twpl/volume16.htm.
[abstract] [chapter] [longer version] [handout]

de Lacy, Paul (1999). A correspondence theory of morpheme order. In Peter Norquest, Jason D. Haugen, and Sonya Bird (eds.) WCCFL (West Coast Conference in Formal Linguistics) XVIII. Arizona: Coyote Working Papers in Linguistics, pp.27-45.  ROA 338.
[abstract] [chapter] [poster]

de Lacy, Paul (1999). Tone and prominence, ROA 333.
[abstract] [article]

 

1998

de Lacy, Paul (1998). A cooccurence restriction in Maori. Te Reo (Journal of the Linguistic Society of New Zealand) 40: 10-44.
[article]

de Lacy, Paul (1998). Sympathetic stress, ROA 294.
[abstract] [article]

de Lacy, Paul (1998). The effect of consonant clusters on vowel duration in American English, ms. University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
[abstract] [article]

de Lacy, Paul (1998). Thematic and structural affinities: The Wanderer and Ecclesiastes.Neophilologus 82.1: 125-137. 
[abstract] [article]

 

1997

de Lacy, Paul (1997). Prosodic categorization, MA Thesis, University of Auckland. ROA 236.
[abstract] [thesis]

 

1996

de Lacy, Paul (1996). Circumscription revisited: an analysis of Maori reduplication, ROA 133.
[abstract] [article]

de Lacy, Paul (1996). Christianisation and social adaptation: The Old English Judith.Neuphilologische Mitteilungen (Bulletin of the Modern Language Society) 97.4: 393-410.
[abstract] [article]