Publications, etc.

Recent
  • Shih. Accepted. Constraint conjunction in weighted probabilistic grammar. To appear in Phonology. Download PDF.
  • Shih & Zuraw. Accepted. Phonological conditions on variable adjective-noun word order in Tagalog. To appear in Phonological Analysis. Download PDF.
  • Shih & Inkelas. Accepted. Autosegmental aims in surface optimizing phonology. To appear in Linguistic Inquiry. Download PDF. Also available on lingbuzz/002520.
  • Starr & Shih. Accepted. The syllable as a prosodic unit in Japanese lexical strata: evidence from text-setting. To appear in Glossa.
  • Shih. 2017. Phonological influences in syntactic choice. In Vera Gribanova and Stephanie S Shih (eds). The morphosyntax-phonology connection: locality and directionality at the interface. Oxford University Press. Download PDF.
  • Gribanova & Shih (eds). 2017. The morphosyntax-phonology connection: locality and directionality at the interface. Oxford University Press.
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  • Inkelas & Shih. To appear. Re-representing phonology: consequences of Q Theory. Proceedings of the 46th NELS.
  • Shih. Manuscript. Consonant-tone interaction as Agreement by Correspondence. Download PDF.
2016
  • Shih & Inkelas. 2016. Morphologically-conditioned tonotactics in multilevel Maximum Entropy grammar. In Hansson, Farris-Trimble, McMullin, Pulleyblank (eds). Proceedings of the 2015 Annual Meeting on Phonology. Washington, DC: Linguistic Society of America. Download PDF.
  • Inkelas & Shih. 2016. Tone melodies in the age of Surface Correspondence. In Proceedings of Chicago Linguistics Society (CLS) 51. 269-283.
  • Shih. 2016. Super additive similarity in Dioula tone harmony. In Kim, Umbal, Block, Chan, Cheng, Finney, Katz, Nickel-Thompson, Shorten (eds). Proceedings of the 31st WCCFL. Cascadilla Proceedings Project. Download PDF.
2015
  • Shih, Grafmiller, Futrell, Bresnan. 2015. Rhythm's role in predicting genitive alternation choice in spoken English. In Vogel & van de Vijver (eds). Rhythm in Cognition and Grammar: A Germanic Perspective. Berlin, Germany: De Gruyter Mouton. 207-234. Download PDF.
2014
  • Inkelas & Shih. 2014. Unstable correspondence as the source of local conspiracies. In Iyer, Kusmer (eds). NELS 44: Proceedings of the 44th Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, Volume 1. GLSA Amherst. 191-204. Download PDF.
  • Shih & Inkelas. 2014. A subsegmental correspondence approach to contour tone (dis)harmony patterns. In Kingston, Moore-Cantwell, Pater, Staubs (eds). Proceedings of the 2013 Meeting on Phonology. Washington, DC: Linguistic Society of America. Download PDF.
Other
  • Shih & Inkelas. 2014. Agreement by Correspondence Conference Archive & Bibliography.
  • Shih. 2014. Towards Optimal Rhythm Ph.D. dissertation. Stanford University. Download PDF.
  • Shih. 2009 Ms. Stress, length, and moraic trochees in Northern Tiwa Picuris. Download PDF.
  • Shih. 2009 Ms. Prosodic evidence for the lexical status of quasi-serial verbs. Download PDF.
Select talk handouts
  • Shih. 2015. Super additive phonological similarity as constraint conjunction. GLOW 38: Workshop on the implications of computation and learnability for phonological theory. University of Paris Diderot. Download PDF.
  • Shih & Zuraw. 2014. Phonological factors in Tagalog adjective-noun word order variation. LSA 2014 Annual Meeting. Minneapolis, MN. Download PDF.
  • Shih. 2011. Linguistic determinants of personal name choice. LSA 2012 Annual Meeting. Portland, OR. Download PDF.
  • Shih & Grafmiller. 2011. Weighing in on end weight. LSA 2011 Annual Meeting. Pittsburgh, PA. Download PDF.
  • Shih. 2010. Corpus and computational tools for generative metrics. Symposium: A comparison of models of meter: Corpora and other sources of evidence for metrical theory and method. LSA 2010 Annual Meeting. Baltimore, MD. Download PDF.