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SFB 471: Variation and Evolution in the Lexicon

Project A–23:
Variation and morphophonological change
in West Germanic


book

Kraehenmann, A. 2003. Quantity and Prosodic Asymmetries in Alemannic: Synchronic and Diachronic Perspectives. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

articles

Kraehenmann, A. & A. Lahiri. 2007. Non-neutralizing quantity in word-initial consonants: artriculatory evidence. Proceedings of the 16th International Conference of the Phonetic Sciences. 465-468.
 
Lahiri, A. & A. Kraehenmann. 2004. On maintaining and extending contrasts: Notker’s Anlautgesetz. Transactions of the Philological Society 102/1, 1-55.
 
Kraehenmann, A. 2003. Swiss German Vowel Length Through Time. In: P. Fikkert & H. Jacobs (eds.), Development in Prosodic Systems. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter. 283–314.
 
Kraehenmann, A. & M. Jaeger. 2003. Phrase-initial geminate stops: articulatory evidence for phonological representation. Proceedings of the 15th International Conference of the Phonetic Sciences. 2725-2728.
 
Kraehenmann, A. 2001. Swiss German Stops: Geminates All Over the Word. Phonology 18/1. 109–145.
 
Kraehenmann, A. 1997. The Fortis-Lenis Distinction in Thurgovian or Where is the Syllable in Swiss German? Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics 16/1, 103-116.

in preparation

Kraehenmann, A. The perception of consonant length in Swiss German. To be submitted in Cognition.
 
Kraehenmann, A. Quantity Change. State-of-the-Art chapter to appear in P. Honeybone & J. Salmons (eds.), The Handbook of Historical Phonology, Oxford University Press.
 
Kraehenmann, A. Initial Geminates. State-of-the-Art chapter to appear in M. v. Oostendorp, C. Ewen, E. Hume, K. Rice (eds.), Blackwell Companion to Phonology, Wiley-Blackwell.
 
Kraehenmann, A. & F. Plank. The status of reduced and unreduced determiners in Upper German: a prosodic approach; or Vokal hin - Vokal her, die ist kein Proklitik mehr. To be submitted in The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics.
 
Lahiri, A. & A. Kraehenmann. Pertinacity in restraining loans. To be submitted in Journal of Linguistics.