is published by the Department of Linguistics at the University of Tromsø, and primarily features articles by linguists in Tromsø. Contributions are, however, welcome from others with some connection with Tromsø (e.g. visiting lecturers). The journal is also intended to function as a working papers; contributors are therefore at liberty to publish their articles elsewhere at a later date.

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Vol 40, No 1 (2013): Special XL Issue

Special Issue: A Festschrift on the occasion of X years of CASTL phonology and Curt Rice's Lth birthday, edited by Sylvia Blaho, Martin Krämer, and Bruce Morén-Duolljá 

Table of Contents


Editors' Foreword, Epigraph, and Tabula Gratulatoria PDF
Sylvia Blaho, Martin Krämer, Bruce Morén-Duolljá ii-iv


The behavior of secondary consonant clusters in Swiss French child language PDF
Helene N. Andreassen 1-19
Hungarian neutral vowels: A microcomparison PDF
Sylvia Blaho, Dániel Szeredi 20-40
The lexicon has its grammar, which the grammar knows nothing of. Marginal contrast and phonological theory PDF
Patrik Bye 41-54
The influence of loanwords on Norwegian and English stress PDF
B. Elan Dresher 55-65
Head-dependent asymmetries in Munster Irish prosody PDF
Pavel Iosad 66-107
Two types of parasitic assimilation PDF
Peter Jurgec 108-135
On the (in)fissibility of intervocalic consonants in Norwegian and German: Evidence from a word game PDF
Martin Krämer, Barbara Vogt 136-165
The intricate connection between diphthongs and stress in Spanish PDF
Violeta Martínez-Paricio 166-195
The prosody of Swedish underived nouns: No lexical tones required PDF
Bruce Morén-Duolljá 196-248
Formal Phonology PDF
Dave Odden 249-273
A consumer guide to phonological evidence PDF
Marc van Oostendorp 274-293
In a tight spot: An analogy-bound gap in the Hungarian verbal paradigm PDF
Péter Rebrus, Miklós Törkenczy 294-300
Modularity, Phase-Phase Faithfulness and prosodification of function words in English PDF
Dragana Šurkalović 301-322
Set the controls for the heart of the alternation: Dahl’s Law in Kitharaka PDF
Christian Uffmann 323-337
Overapplication opacity in phonological acquisition PDF
Olga Urek 338-358
Labialization in Cairene Arabic PDF
Islam Youssef 359-368