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Topics in Phonological Diversity


  • Natalia Kuznetsova (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore / Institute for Linguistic Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences)
  • Cormac Anderson (MPI-SHH, Jena)
  • Shelece Easterday (University of Hawai'i, Mānoa)

Editorial board

  • Larry Hyman (UC Berkeley, California)
  • Ian Maddieson (University of New Mexico)
  • Keren Rice (University of Toronto)
  • Kristine Hildebrandt (Southern Illinois University)
  • Marija Tabain (La Trobe University)
  • Martin Kümmel (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena)
  • Erich Round (The University of Queensland)
  • James Kirby (University of Edinburgh)
  • Eitan Grossman (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
  • Steve Moran (University of Zurich)
  • Fernando O. de Carvalho (Universidade Federal do Amapá)
  • Samantha Rarrick (Griffith University, Brisbane)
  • Florian Lionnet (Princeton University)
  • Alex Bellem (University of Durham)

Aims and scope

This series provides a platform for researchers in synchronic and diachronic phonology. By bringing together detailed descriptive work on individual languages with a comparative, cross-linguistic focus, it aims to advance our understanding of the evolution and patterning of phonological systems and the role of phonology in the language system more broadly. We welcome submissions in the following areas:

  • Phonological descriptions of individual languages
  • Cross-linguistic studies of synchronic and diachronic phonological phenomena
  • Historical phonology of languages, their groupings, or particular phenomena
  • Interfaces of phonology with morphology, syntax, and phonetics
  • Phonological variation induced by dialectal, areal, and other factors



All Books

Cover for Forthcoming: Constituency and convergence in the Americas Forthcoming: Constituency and convergence in the Americas
Adam J. R. Tallman, Sandra Auderset, Hiroto Uchihara (Volume Editor)
October 19, 2020