All chapters from NasalFest (1975) now available as PDFs

As of today, the final 6 chapters of Nasalfest are now available via the “Nasalfest” section of the blog. You can find this content in the “Less Widely Accessible Archive” here…

https://nwac.wordpress.com/lwaa/nasalfest

Not sure what Nasalfest is? Keep reading below…

Ferguson, Charles A., Larry M. Hyman, and John J. Ohala (Eds.). 1975. Nasalfest: Papers from a Symposium on Nasals and Nasalization. Stanford University: Language Universals Project.

This collection of papers, compiled in 1975, has always been somewhat hard to find, as it was initially published in a fairly small print run. Given its limited availability, particularly in the present day, but also its status as a “classic,” as well as its status as a highly useful research tool for folks working on nasals and nasalization, we have chosen to post an electronic version of it here in our “Less Widely Available Archive” (LWAA). Given the size of the volume, we have given it a dedicated page.

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About daviddurian
I am a sociolinguist with a Ph D in Linguistics from The Ohio State University and an MA in Rhetoric and Professional Writing from Northern Illinois University. Currently, I work as the Lecturer at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, where I teach undergraduate courses in sociolinguistics, general linguistics, and first-year composition. I also work on research projects investigating variation and change in the vowel system of modern US English as it is spoken by Americans living in a variety of cities. At the moment, this includes Chicago, IL, Columbus, OH, and Eastern Pennsylvania.

One Response to All chapters from NasalFest (1975) now available as PDFs

  1. Kyle says:

    They’re insistent that the title of the volume is not “Nasalfest”, as you have it, but rather “Nasálfest”.

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