Bibliography

Listed below are all of the papers, book chapters, and other materials cited and linked to in individual blog posts as a combined alphabetical list. Hopefully, this will make it easier to find papers “on the fly” when making return trips to the site over time…

Anttila, Raimo. 2003. Analogy: The warp and woof of cognition. In Joseph, Brian D., and Richard D. Janda (Eds.), The handbook of historical linguistics. Oxley: Blackwell. pp. 425-440. http://books.google.com/books?id=JvPnS0ViGl4C&pg=PA425&lpg=PA425&dq=Analogy:+The+warp+and+woof+of+cognition&source=bl&ots=l2uweyaDdi&sig=pNFFGpIxM5-p28ZPerk0Nf1D-5U&hl=en&ei=oLRpTPLCLITfnAej3vzCBQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3&ved=0CBsQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=Analogy%3A%20The%20warp%20and%20woof%20of%20cognition&f=false

Ash, Sharon. 2002. The distribution of a phonemic split in the Mid-Atlantic region: Yet more on short a. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, 8.3: Papers from NWAV 30. pp. 1-11. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/ash 2002.pdf

Babbitt, E. H. 1896. The English of the lower classes in New York City and vicinity. Dialect Notes, 1: 457-464. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/babbitt 1896.pdf

Beauregard, Robert A. 2009. Urban population loss in historical perspective: United States, 1820-2000. Environment and planning A, 41: 514-528. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/Beauregard_2009.pdf

Becker, Kara, and Amy Wing-mei Wong. 2009. The short-a system of New York City English: An update. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, 15.2: Selected papers from NWAV 37. pp. 11-20. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/becker_wong 2009.pdf

Bermúdez-Otero, Ricardo. 2006. Phonological change in Optimality Theory. In Keith Brown (ed.), Encyclopedia of language and lingusitics (2nd ed.). Volume 9. Oxford: Elsevier. pp. 497-505. http://www.bermudez-otero.com/encyclopedia.pdf

Bermúdez-Otero, Ricardo. 2007. Diachronic phonology. In Paul de Lacy (ed.), The Cambridge handbook of phonology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 497-517. http://www.bermudez-otero.com/handbook.pdf

Boberg, Charles. 2005. The Canadian Shift in Montreal. Language Variation and Change, 17:133–154. http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LVC

Boberg, Charles, and Stephanie Strassel. 2000. Short-a in Cincinnati: A change in progress. Journal of English Linguistics, 28: 108-126. http://eng.sagepub.com/content/28/2/108.extract

Dinkin, Aaron. 2009. Chapter 4: Short-a phonology and the structure of the vowel space. Dialect boundaries and phonological change in upstate New York. Doctoral dissertation, The University of Pennsylvania. pp. 144-242. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/dinkin_ch4 2009.pdf

Donegan, Patricia. 1976. Raising and lowering. Papers from the Twelfth Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, pp. 145-160. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/donegan 1976.pdf

Donegan, Patricia. 1978. On the Natural Phonology of vowels. Doctoral dissertation, The Ohio State University. [Reprinted as The Ohio State Working Papers in Linguistics, 23. http://linguistics.osu.edu/research/publications/workingpapers/files/osu_wpl_23.pdf]

Donegan, Patricia. 1993. On the phonetic basis of phonological change. In Charles Jones (Ed.), Historical linguistics: Problems and perspectives. London: Longman. pp. 98-130. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/donegan 1993.pdf

Durian, David. 2009. Purely a chain shift? The “Canadian Shift” in the US Midland. Paper presented at NWAV 38, Ottawa, Canada. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/CLCC/Presentations.html

Durian, David. 2010. Is it Northern Cities or is it split? Reassessing the historical tensing and raising of /ae/ in Columbus in real and apparent time. Paper presented at Changelings (OSU Socio-Historical discussion group), Columbus, OH. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/CLCC/Presentations.html

Durian, David. 2011. A new perspective on vowel variation throughout the 20th Century in Columbus, OH. Doctoral dissertation, The Ohio State University.

Falk, Julia S. 1992. Otto Jespersen, Leonard Bloomfield, and American Structural Linguistics. Language, 68: 465-491. http://www.jstor.org/stable/415791

Falk, Julia S. 1998. The American shift from historical to non-historical linguistics: E. H. Sturtevant and the first Linguistic Institutes. Language and Communication, 18: 171-180.

Falk, Julia S. 2003. Turn to the history of linguistics: Noam Chomsky and Charles Hockett in the 1960s. Historiographa Linguistica, 30:129-185.  http://ice.itm.ingenta.com/content/jbp/hl/2003/00000030/F0020001/art00004;jsessionid=ih8nrp58xdts.alexandra

Ferguson, Charles. 1972. ‘Short a’ in Philadelphia English. In M. Estellie Smith (Ed.), Studies in honor of George L. Trager. The Hague: Mouton. pp. 259-274. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/ferguson 1972.pdf

Fought, John. 1982. The reinvention of Hugo Schuchardt. Language in Society, 11.3: 419-436. http://www.jstor.org/pss/4167331

Gordon, Matthew. 2000.Is the Northern Cities Shift a chain shift? Small-town values and big-city vowels: A study of the Northern Cities Shift in Michigan. Publication of the American Dialect Society, 80. Durham: Duke University Press. pp. 194-219. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/Gordon_2000_Ch6.pdf

Hale, Mark. 2003. Neogrammarian sound change. In Joseph, Brian D., and Richard D. Janda (Eds.), The handbook of historical linguistics. Oxford: Blackwell. pp. 343-368. http://books.google.com/books?id=JvPnS0ViGl4C&pg=PA343&dq=Neogrammarian+Sound+Change&hl=en&ei=xbVpTKziNILCnAezpLjBBQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0CCgQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=Neogrammarian%20Sound%20Change&f=false

Hock, Hans. 2003. Analogical change. In Joseph, Brian D., and Richard D. Janda (Eds.), The handbook of historical linguistics. Oxford: Blackwell. http://books.google.com/books?id=JvPnS0ViGl4C&pg=PA441&dq=Analogical+change+hock&hl=en&ei=TrZpTIm0LM_QngfojrTBBQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0CCkQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=Analogical%20change%20hock&f=false

Hockett, Charles. 1950. Age-grading and linguistic continuity. Language, 26:449-457.  http://www.jstor.org/pss/410396

Hockett, Charles. 1965. Sound change. Language, 41:185-204. http://www.jstor.org/pss/411873

Janda, Richard D. “Phonologization” as the start of dephoneticization–Or, on sound change and its aftermath: Of extension, generalization, lexicalization, and morphologization. In Joseph, Brian D., and Richard D. Janda (Eds.), The handbook of historical linguistics. Oxford: Blackwell. p. 401-422. http://books.google.com/books?id=JvPnS0ViGl4C&pg=PA401&dq=On+Sound+Change+and+its+aftermath&hl=en&ei=3bxpTLSyI-rsnQfC_eGJDg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0CC0Q6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=On%20Sound%20Change%20and%20its%20aftermath&f=false

Janda, Richard D., and Brian D. Joseph. 2003. Reconsidering the canons of sound change: Towards a “Big Bang” theory. In Barry J. Blake and Kate Burridge (Eds.), Historical Linguistics 2001: Selected papers from the 15th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Melbourne, 13-17 August, 2001. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. pp. 205-219. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/janda_joseph_2003.pdf

Johnson, Daniel Ezra. 1998. The tensing and laxing of short ‘a’ in New Haven, Connecticut. B.A. thesis, Yale University. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/Johnson 1998.pdf

Joseph, Brian D. To appear (2011). Historical linguistics and sociolinguistics: Strange bedfellows or natural friends? In Langer, Nils, Steffan Davies, and Wim Vandenbussche (Eds.), Language and history, linguistics and historiography. Proceedings from the 3rd Summer School in Historical Sociolinguistics, as Organized by the Historical Sociolinguistics Network (HiSoN) with the support of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, University of Adger and the University of Bristol. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/Joseph_2011.pdf

King, Robert D. 1969. Push chains and drag chains. Glossa, 3.1:3-21. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/king 1969.pdf

Kiparsky, Paul. 1988. Phonological change. In Newmeyer, Frederick (Ed.), Linguistics: The Cambridge Survey. Volume I-Linguistic theory: Foundations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 363-415. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/Kiparsky_1988.pdf

Kiparsky, Paul. 2003. The phonological basis of sound change. In Joseph, Brian D., and Richard D. Janda (Eds.), The handbook of historical linguistics. Oxford: Blackwell. pp. 313-342. http://books.google.com/books?id=FuIXlagaFkcC&pg=PA640&dq=The+phonological+basis+of+sound+change&hl=en&ei=prZpTNvFHYLmnAeO6qzDBQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0CCgQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=The%20phonological%20basis%20of%20sound%20change&f=false

Kurath, Hans. 1957. The binary interpretation of English vowels: A critique. Language, 33.2: 111-122. http://www.jstor.org/pss/410723

Kurath, Hans. 1958. Some questions of English phonology: A reply. Language, 34.2: 259-260. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/Kurath_1958.pdf

Labov, William. 1966. The effect of social mobility on linguistic behavior. Sociological Inquiry, 36.2:186-203.  http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1475-682X.1966.tb00624.x/abstract

Labov, William. 1972. The internal evolution of linguistic rules. In Stockwell, Robert P. and Ronald K.S. Macauly (Eds.), Linguistic change and generative theory. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/Labov 1972c.pdf

Labov, William. 1989. An exact description of the speech community: Short a in Philadelphia. In Fasold, Ralph W., and Deborah Schiffrin (eds.), Language change and variation. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. pp. 1-57. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/labov 1989.pdf

Labov, William. 2007. Transmission and diffusion. Language, 83: 344-387. http://muse.jhu.edu/login?uri=/journals/language/v083/83.2labov.pdf

Labov, William, Maciej Baranowski, and Aaron Dinkin. 2010. The effect of outliers on the perception of sound change. Language Variation and Change,  22.2:175-190. http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=7921598&fulltextType=RA&fileId=S0954394510000104

Lane, Lisa Ann. 2000. Trajectories of linguistic variation: Emergence of a dialect. Language Variation and Change, 12.3:267-294. http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=LVC

Lusk, Melanie. 1976. Phonological variation in Kansas City: A sociolinguistic analysis of three-generation families. Doctoral dissertation, University of Kansas. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/Lusk 1976.pdf

Martinet, Andre. 1952. Function, structure, and sound change. Word, 8.1:1-32. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/martinet1952.pdf

Miller, Patricia Donegan. 1972a. Some context-free processes affecting vowels. The Ohio State University Working Papers in Linguistics, 11:136-167. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/donegan 1972a.pdf

Miller, Patricia Donegan. 1972b. Vowel neutralization and vowel reduction. Papers from the Eighth Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, 482-488. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/donegan 1972b.pdf

Miller, Patricia Donegan. 1973. Bleaching and coloring. Papers from the Ninth Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, 386-397. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/donegan 1973.pdf

Milroy, James. 1992. Speaker innovation and linguistic change. Language variation and change: On the historical sociolinguistics of English. Oxford: Blackwell. pp. 164-205. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/milroy_1992_ch6.pdf

Milroy, James. 1995. Review of William Labov, Principles of linguistic change. Volume 1: Internal factors (Language in Society 20). Oxford: Blackwell, 1994. pp. xix+641. Journal of Linguistics, 31.2:435-439. http://www.jstor.org/stable/4176327

Minkova, Donka and Robert Stockwell. 2003. English vowel shifts and ‘optimal’ diphthongs: Is there a logical link? In D. Eric Holt (Ed.), Optimality Theory and language change. The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishing. pp. 169-190. http://books.google.com/books?id=CYDkGiu8w5sC&pg=PA169&lpg=PA169&dq=English+vowel+shifts+and+optimal+diphthongs&source=bl&ots=byu47KYGOV&sig=-GNquzfsx_J-QfQtN3jVGUsBV5k&hl=en&ei=wBIZTbmLEZCHnAfMqqCrAg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0CBwQ6AEwAA#v=onepage&q=English%20vowel%20shifts%20and%20optimal%20diphthongs&f=false

Moulton, William G. 1962. Dialect geography and the concept of phonological space. Word, 18: 23-32. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/moulton 1962.pdf

Ohala, John J. 1971. The role of physiological and acoustic models in explaining the direction of sound change. Project on Linguistic Analysis Reports (Berkeley) 15.25-40. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/Ohala_1971.pdf

Ohala, John J. 1981. The listener as a source of sound change. In: C. S. Masek, R. A. Hendrick, & M. F. Miller (eds.), Papers from the Parasession on Language and Behavior. Chicago: Chicago Ling. Soc. 178 – 203. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/Ohala_1981.pdf

Ohala, John J. 1993. The phonetics of sound change. In Charles Jones (ed.), Historical Linguistics: Problems and Perspectives. London: Longman. 237-278. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/Ohala_1993.pdf

Perkins, John. 1977. A sociolinguistic glance at the Great Vowel Shift of English. The Ohio State Working Papers in Linguistics, 22: 123-151. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/perkins 1977.pdf

Pilch, Herbert. 1955. The rise of the American English vowel pattern. Word, 11:57-93. http://ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/pilch_1955.pdf

Schuchardt, Hugo. 1885. Uber die Lautesetze: Gegen die Junggrammatiker. Berlin: Oppenheim. (Reprinted and translated as On Sound Laws: Against the Neogrammarians in Vennemann, Theo, and Terence H. Wilbur (Eds.), Schuchardt, the Neogrammarians, and the Transformational Theory of phonological change: Four essays. Frankfort, Athenaum.) http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/Schuchardt_1885.pdf

Sledd, James. 1958. Some questions of English phonology. Language, 34.2:252-258. http://www.jstor.org/pss/410828

Stampe David. 1972. On the natural history of diphthongs. Papers from the Eighth Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, 578-590. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/stampe 1972.pdf

Stockwell, Robert P. 1964. On the utility of an overall pattern in historical English phonology. In H. Lunt (Ed.), Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Linguists. Mouton: The Hague. p. 663-671.

Stockwell, Robert P., and Donka Minkova. 1997. On drifts and shifts. Studia Anglica Posnaniensia, 31:283-303. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/Stockwell_Minkova_1997.pdf

Stockwell, Robert P. 2002. How much shifting occurred in the historical English vowel shift? In Donka Minkova and Robert P. Stockwell (Eds.), Studies in the history of the English Language: A millennial perspective. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. p. 267-281.

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Thomas, Erik R. 2006. Evidence from Ohio on the evolution of /ae/. In Murray, Thomas E., and Beth Lee Simon (Eds.), Language variation and change in the American Midland: A new look at “Heartland English.” Amsterdam: John Benjamins. pp. 69-89. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/thomas 2006.pdf

Trager, George L. 1930. The pronunciation of “short “a” in American Standard English. American Speech, 5:396–400. http://www.jstor.org/stable/452819

Trager, George L. 1940. One phonemic entity becomes two: The case of “short a”. American Speech, 15:255–58. http://www.jstor.org/stable/486966

Trager, George L., and Henry Lee Smith. 1957.An outline of English structure [4th printing]. Washington: American Council of Learned Societies. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/trager_smith_1957.pdf

Vennemann, Theo. 1972a. Hugo Schuchardt’s theory of phonological change. In Vennemann, Theo, and Terence H. Wilbur (Eds.), Schuchardt, the Neogrammarians, and the Transformational Theory of phonological change: Four essays. Frankfort, Athenaum. p. 117-179. http://ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/vennemann 1972a.pdf

Vennemann, Theo. 1972b. Phonetic analogy and conceptual analogy. In Vennemann, Theo, and Terence H. Wilbur (Eds.), Schuchardt, the Neogrammarians, and the Transformational Theory of phonological change: Four essays. Frankfort, Athenaum. p. 181-204. http://ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/vennemann 1972b.pdf

Wagner, Karl Heinz. 1969. ‘Analogical change’ reconsidered in the framework of generative phonology. Folia Linguistica, 3.3-4: 228–241. http://www.reference-global.com/doi/abs/10.1515/flin.1969.3.3-4.228

Weinreich, Uriel. 1954. Is a structural dialectology possible? Word, 10:388-400. http://www.ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/weinreich 1954.pdf

Wilbur, Terence H. 1972. Hugo Schuchardt and the Neogrammarians. In Vennemann, Theo, and Terence H. Wilbur (Eds.), Schuchardt, the Neogrammarians, and the Transformational Theory of phonological change: Four essays. Frankfort, Athenaum. p.75-113. http://ling.osu.edu/~ddurian/AWAC/wilbur 1972.pdf

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