LWAA Materials

Welcome to the Less Widely Available Archive (LWAA) portion of the blog. Here, as time goes on, I will post selected works that are both currently out of print and, often times, also less widely available at universities with smaller library collections. Or likely not available at all to researchers who are still active as linguists and researchers, but may not currently work in an academic setting.

Here are a list of materials currently available in the LWAA:

[Bybee] Hooper, Joan. 1973. Aspects of Natural Generative Phonology. Doctoral dissertation, University of California-Los Angeles. https://www.dropbox.com/s/vp8fic8o64ib5xi/Bybee_1973.pdf?dl=0

Dayton, Elizabeth. 1996. Grammatical categories of the verb in African American Vernacular English. Doctoral dissertation, University of Pennsylvania. https://www.dropbox.com/s/gdjahzu62ittlq1/Dayton_1996.pdf?dl=0

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. https://www.dropbox.com/s/iwl3d0h7cdb47vl/Donegan_1978.pdf?dl=0

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. [Entire Book as a series of PDF files available here.]

Herndobler, Robin. 1977. White working class speech: The East Side of Chicago. Doctoral dissertation, The University of Chicago. https://www.dropbox.com/s/vdtyrqfqz2nynvq/Herndobler_1977.pdf?dl=0

Hindle, Donald M. 1979. The social and situational conditioning of phonetic variation. Doctoral dissertation, The University of Pennsylvania. https://www.dropbox.com/s/pw8moue4kiathwy/Hindle_1979.pdf?dl=0

Labov, William. 1964. The social stratification of English in New York City. Doctoral dissertation, Columbia University. https://www.dropbox.com/s/m6z54hk75m1p3q9/Labov_1964.pdf?dl=0

Labov, William, Malcah Yaeger, and Richard Steiner. 1972. A quantitative study of sound change in progress: Volume I. Report on National Science Foundation Contract NSF-GS-3287. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania. https://www.dropbox.com/s/2v3mydp5r2b4kop/LYS_1972_V1.pdf?dl=0

Labov, William, Malcah Yaeger, and Richard Steiner. 1972. A quantitative study of sound change in progress: Volume II. Report on National Science Foundation Contract NSF-GS-3287. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania. https://www.dropbox.com/s/5emhtzaxvneqf9l/LYS_1972_V2.pdf?dl=0

Labov, William, Paul Cohen, Clarence Robins, and John Lewis. 1968. A study of the Non-Standard English of Negro and Puerto Rican speakers in New York City. Volume I: Phonological and grammatical analysis. Cooperative Research Project No. 3288. New York City: Columbia University. https://www.dropbox.com/s/tl1fim4xjk8juz2/LCRL_NYC_1968_V1.pdf?dl=0

Labov, William, Paul Cohen, Clarence Robins, and John Lewis. 1968. A study of the Non-Standard English of Negro and Puerto Rican speakers in New York City. Volume II: The use of language in the community. Cooperative Research Project No. 3288. New York City: Columbia University. https://www.dropbox.com/s/poc75tnwmz6igw0/LCRL_NYC_1968_V2.pdf?dl=0

Lennig, Matthew. 1978. Acoustic measurement of linguistic change: The modern Paris  vowel system. Doctoral dissertation, University of Pennsylvania. https://www.dropbox.com/s/kx79fggc9rih5v4/Lennig_1978.pdf?dl=0

Lusk, Melanie. 1976. Phonological variation in Kansas City: A sociolinguistic analysis of three-generation families. Doctoral dissertation, University of Kansas. https://www.dropbox.com/s/79orm1dpn06e0at/Lusk%201976.pdf?dl=0

Mundell, Gordan H. 1973. A history of American Dialectology Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. https://www.dropbox.com/s/7tndkhurrew8uqu/Mundell_1973.pdf?dl=0

Nearey, Terrance Michael. 1977. Phonetic feature systems for vowels. Doctoral dissertation, University of Alberta. https://www.dropbox.com/s/btf3qbfuajqal1j/Nearey_1977.pdf?dl=0

Payne, Arvilla. 1976. The acquisition of the phonological system of a second dialect. Doctoral dissertation, University of Pennsylvania. https://www.dropbox.com/s/900wa0jq2b10qy5/Payne_1976.pdf?dl=0

Shuy, Roger W., Walter A. Wolfram, and William K. Riley. 1968. Field techniques in an urban language study. Washington, DC: Center for Applied Linguistics. https://www.dropbox.com/s/urymfujcex1z9yg/SWR_1968.pdf?dl=0

Trager, George L., and Henry Lee Smith. 1957.An outline of English structure [4th printing]. Washington: American Council of Learned Societies. https://www.dropbox.com/s/zao87kma69b65ql/trager_smith_1957.pdf?dl=0

Wolfram, Walter A. 1969. A sociolinguistic description of Detroit Negro speech. Washington, DC: Center for Applied Linguistics. https://www.dropbox.com/s/tmeb1blc1914xwe/wolfram%201969.pdf?dl=0

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