Curriculum Vitae

JOSEPH C. SALMONS

EDUCATION and APPOINTMENTS

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PUBLICATIONS

Monographs

2012 A History of German: What the past reveals about today's language. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Second edition in preparation.)

1993 The Glottalic Theory: Survey and synthesis. Washington, DC: Institute for the Study of Man. Journal of Indo-European Studies monograph series, no. 10.

1992 Accentual Change and Language Contact: Comparative survey and case study of early northern Europe. Stanford, Ca.: Stanford University Press and London: Routledge.

Edited Volumes

2015 Patrick Honeybone & Joseph C. Salmons, eds. The Oxford Handbook of Historical Phonology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2015 Janne Bondi Johannessen & Joseph Salmons, eds. Germanic heritage languages in North America: Acquisition, attrition and change. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (Studies in Language Variation.)

2013 Tom Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joe Salmons, eds. Wisconsin Talk: Linguistic diversity in the Badger state. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

2012 Janne Bondi Johannessen & Joseph Salmons, eds. Norsk i Amerika. Special issue of Norsk Lingvistisk Tidsskrift / Norwegian Linguistics Journal.

2007 Joseph Salmons & Shannon Dubenion-Smith, eds. Historical Linguistics 2005: Selected papers from the 17th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Madison, 31 July — 5 August 2005. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory.)

2003 Christof Mauch & Joseph Salmons, eds. German-Jewish Identities in America. Madison: Max Kade Institute.

2003 Joseph Salmons & Bridget Drinka, eds. Indo-European Language & Culture in Historical Perspective: Essays in Honor of Edgar C. Polomé. Special issue of General Linguistics, vol. 40.

2001 A Word Atlas of Pennsylvania German, by Lester W. J. Seifert†, ed. by Mark L. Louden, Howard Martin & Joseph C. Salmons. Madison: Max Kade Institute.

1998 Brian D. Joseph & Joseph C. Salmons, Nostratic: Sifting the Evidence. Amsterdam: Benjamins. (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 142.)

1996 Rosina Lippi-Green & Joseph C. Salmons, Germanic Linguistics: Syntactic and Diachronic. Amsterdam: Benjamins. (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 137.)

1993 The German Language in America: 1683-1991. Madison: Max Kade Institute.

1988 Studies in Indiana German-Americana. Vol. 1. W. Lafayette/Indianapolis: Indiana German Heritage Society.

Articles in Refereed Journals

2016 Monica Macaulay & Joseph Salmons. Synchrony and diachrony in Menominee derivational morphology. Morphology 26.1–37.

2016 Danielle Schuld, Joseph Salmons, Thomas Purnell & Eric Raimy. “Subliminal accent”: Reactions to the rise of Wisconsin English. Journal of Linguistic Geography.

2016 Comparative-Historical Linguistics. Oxford Bibliographies Online (OBO): Linguistics, ed. by Mark Aronoff. New York: Oxford University Press. (Revised and updated.)

2016 Cristopher Font-Santiago & Joseph Salmons. The Descent of English: West Germanic, any way you slice it. Language Dynamics and Change 6.37-41.

2016 Joshua Bousquette, Ben Frey, Daniel Nützel, Michael Putnam & Joseph Salmons. Parasitic Gapping in Bilingual Grammar: Evidence from Wisconsin Heritage German. Heritage Language Journal 13(1).1-28.

2016 Samantha Litty, Jessica Funtanilla, Hunter Lockwood, James Maedke, David Natvig, & Joseph Salmons. Anything goes: Extreme polysemy in lexical-semantic change. American Speech 91.139-165.

2015 Lisa Yager, Nora Hellmond, Hyoun-A Joo, Michael T. Putnam, Eleonora Rossi, Catherine Stafford & Joseph Salmons. New structural patterns in moribund grammar: Case marking in Heritage German. Frontiers in Psychology: Language Sciences. Research topic: The Grammar of Multilingualism.

2015    Michael T. Putnam & Joseph Salmons. Multilingualism in the Midwest: How German shaped (and continues to shape) the Midwest. Middle West Review 1.29-52.

2014    Wilkerson, Miranda, Mark Livengood & Joseph Salmons. The Socio-Historical Context of Imposition in Substrate Effects. Journal of English Linguistics 42.1-23.

2013 Tom Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joe Salmons. Making linguistics matter: Building on the public's interest in language. Language and Linguistics Compass. 7.398-407.

2013 Michael Putnam & Joseph Salmons. Losing their (passive) voice: Syntactic neutralization in heritage German. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 3.233-252.

2013 Tyler Luiten, Andrea Menz, Angela Bagwell, Benjamin Frey, John Lindner, Mike Olson, Kristin Speth & Joseph Salmons. Beyond the handbooks: a quantitative approach to analysis of Old High German phonology and morphology. Beiträge zur Geschichte der deutschen Sprache und Literatur (PBB). 135.1-18.

2013 Sound Change. Oxford Bibliographies Online (OBO): Linguistics, ed. by Mark Aronoff. New York: Oxford University Press.

2013 Comparative-Historical Linguistics. Oxford Bibliographies Online (OBO): Linguistics, ed. by Mark Aronoff. New York: Oxford University Press.

2012 Miranda Wilkerson & Joseph Salmons. Linguistic Marginalities: Becoming American without Learning English. Journal of Transnational American Studies 4.2. (http://www.escholarship.org/uc/acgcc_jtas)

2012 Ryan Carroll, Ragnar Svare & Joseph Salmons. Quantifying the evolutionary dynamics of German verbs. Journal of Historical Linguistics 2.153-172.

2012 Thomas Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joseph Salmons. Teaching, researching and doing outreach on Wisconsin Englishes (audio article). American Speech 87.369-370 [plus audio, doi:10.1215/00031283-1958363]

2012 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph Salmons. Parasitic rule loss in Norse umlaut. Journal of Germanic Linguistics 24.101-131.

2012 Brent Allen & Joseph Salmons. Obstruenter fonetikk og fonologi i amerikanorsk og norskamerikansk engelsk. Norsk Lingvistisk Tidsskrift 30.149-169.

2011 Ewa Jacewicz, Robert Allen Fox & Joseph Salmons. Vowel change across three age groups of speakers in three regional varieties of American English. Journal of Phonetics 39. 683-693.

2011 Felecia Lucht, Benjamin Frey & Joseph Salmons. A Tale of Three Cities: Urban and Rural Asymmetries in Language Shift. Journal of Germanic Linguistics 23.371-398.

2011 Daniel Nützel & Joseph Salmons. Structural stability and change in language contact: Evidence from American German. Language and Linguistics Compass 5.705-717.

2011 Ewa Jacewicz, Robert Allen Fox & Joseph Salmons. Cross-generational vowel change in American English. Language Variation and Change 23.45-86.

2011 Ewa Jacewicz, Robert Allen Fox & Joseph Salmons. Regional dialect variation in the vowel systems of normally developing children. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research 54.448-470.

2009 Ewa Jacewicz, Robert Allen Fox & Joseph Salmons. Articulation rate across dialect, gender and age. Language Variation & Change 21.233-256.

2009 Thomas Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joseph Salmons. Defining dialect, perceiving dialect and new dialect formation: Sarah Palin's speech. Journal of English Linguistics 37.331-355.

2009 Kathryn Remlinger, Luanne von Schneidemesser & Joseph Salmons. Revised Perceptions: Changing dialect awareness in Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula. American Speech 84.177-191. (Special issue on Enregisterment.)

2008 Laura Catharine Smith & Joseph Salmons. Historical phonology and evolutionary phonology. Diachronica 25.411-430.

2008 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph Salmons. Germanic Aspiration: Phonetic enhancement and language contact. Sprachwissenschaft 33:3.257-278.

2008 Miranda Wilkerson & Joseph Salmons. 'Good old immigrants of yesteryear' who didn't learn English: Germans in Wisconsin. American Speech 83:3.259-283.

2008 Robert D. King & Joseph C. Salmons. Obituary for Winfred P. Lehmann. Language 84.613-619.

2008 What Old Frisian can tell us about the history of i-umlaut across West Germanic. Amsterdamer Beiträge zur älteren Germanistik Special issue: Advances in Frisian Philology, ed. by Rolf H. Bremmer Jr., Stephen Laker, & Oebele Vries. 64.367-377.

2007 Ewa Jacewicz, Joseph Salmons & Robert Allen Fox. Vowel duration across three American dialects. American Speech 82.367-385.

2007 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph Salmons. Domains and Directionality in the Evolution of German Final Fortition. Phonology 24.1-25.

2006 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph Salmons. On the typology of final laryngeal neutralization: Evolutionary phonology and laryngeal realism. Theoretical Linguistics 32:2.205-216.

2006 Ewa Jacewicz, Joseph Salmons, & Robert Fox. Prosodic prominence effects on vowels in chain shifts. Language Variation & Change 18:3.285-316.

2006 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph Salmons. Fundamental Regularities in the Second Consonant Shift. Journal of Germanic Linguistics 18:1.45-70.

2005 Thomas Purnell, Joseph Salmons, Dilara Tepeli & Jennifer Mercer. Structured heterogeneity and change in laryngeal phonetics: Upper Midwestern final obstruents. Journal of English Linguistics 33:4.307-338.

2005 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph Salmons. Filling the Gap: English tense vowel plus final /š/. Journal of English Linguistics 33:3. 207-221.

2005 Joseph Salmons & Laura Catharine Smith. On the status of the Indo-European labiovelar stops. Indogermanische Forschungen 110.86-96.

2005 Thomas Purnell, Dilara Tepeli & Joseph Salmons. German substrate effects in Wisconsin English: Evidence for final fortition. American Speech. 80.135-164.

2004 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph Salmons. The Conundrum of Old Norse Umlaut: Regular sound change versus crisis analogy. Journal of Germanic Linguistics. 16.77-110.

2003 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph Salmons. Laryngeal Enhancement in Early Germanic. Phonology 20.43-72.

2003 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph Salmons. Legacy Specification in the Laryngeal Phonology of Dutch. Journal of Germanic Linguistics 15.1-26.

2000 Emily L. Goss & Joseph C. Salmons. The Evolution of Bilingual Discourse Marking: Modal particles and English markers in 19th century German-American dialects. International Journal of Bilingualism. 4.469-494.

1999 Garry W. Davis, Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. Peripherality in the Spread of the High German Consonant Shift. Beiträge zur Geschichte der deutschen Sprache und Literatur (PBB). 121.177-200.

1999 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. Glottal Spreading Bias in Germanic. Linguistische Berichte 178.135-151.

1997 Robert B. Howell & Joseph C. Salmons. Umlautless Residues in Germanic. American Journal of Germanic Linguistics 9.83-111.

1997 Marlys Macken & Joseph C. Salmons. Prosodic Templates in Sound Change. Diachronica 14.33-66.

1996 Linda Lupton & Joseph Salmons. A Reanalysis of the Creole Status of American Sign Language. Sign Language Studies 90.80-94.

1996 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. Mixtec Prenasalization as Hypervoicing. International Journal of American Linguistics 62.165-175.

1996 'Global Etymology' as Pre-Copernican Linguistics. California Linguistic Notes 25.1-6, 15.

1996 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. The Primacy of Primary Umlaut. Beiträge zur Geschichte der deutschen Sprache und Literatur (PBB) 118.69-86.

1995 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. Aspiration and Laryngeal Representation in Germanic. Phonology 12.369-96.

1995 Monica Macaulay & Joseph C. Salmons. The Phonology of Glottalization in Mixtec. International Journal of American Linguistics 61.38-61.

1994 Gregory K. Iverson, Joseph C. Salmons & Garry W. Davis. Blocking Environments in Old High German Umlaut. Folia Linguistica Historica 15.131-148.

1994 Umlaut and Plurality in Old High German: Some problems with a Natural Morphology account. Diachronica 11.213-29.

1994 Academic/Non-Academic Relations and Filiopietism in German-American Studies. Monatshefte 86.374-377.

1994 Cora Lee Nollendorfs, Brent Peterson & Joseph Salmons. German-American Studies: Definition and Outlook (Conference report). Monatshefte 86.331-334. Originally published in the Newsletter of the Society for German-American Studies.

1993 A Note on Middle High German schulde(n) in the Nibelungenlied. American Journal of Germanic Linguistics and Literatures 5.185-194.

1993 Joseph C. Salmons & Gregory K. Iverson. Gothic þl - ~ fl-Variation as Lexical Diffusion. Diachronica 10.87-96.

1993 The Structure of the Lexicon: Evidence from German gender assignment rules. Studies in Language 17.411-435.

1992 Diachronic Typology and Tone-to-Stress Shift. Journal of Indo-European Studies 20.269-281.

1992 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. The Phonology of the Proto-Indo-European Root Structure Constraints. Lingua 87.293-320.

1992 Gregory Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. The Place of Structure Preservation in German Diminutive Formation. Phonology 9.137-143.

1991 Motivating Grassmann's Law. Historische Sprachforschung/Historical Linguistics (formerly Zeitschrift für vergleichende Sprachforschung) 104.44-51.

1991 Register in the Formation and Evolution of an Immigrant Language: Evidence from some Indiana German dialects. WORD 42.31-56.

1991 Youth Language in the German Democratic Republic: Its diversity and distinctiveness. American Journal of Germanic Linguistics and Literatures 3.1-31.

1990 Accent and Syllabification in Early Germanic. American Journal of Germanic Linguistics and Literatures 2.137-148.

1990 Bilingual Discourse Marking: Codeswitching, borrowing and convergence in some German-American Dialects. Linguistics 28.453-480.

1989 Joe Salmons & Monica Macaulay. Offensive Rock Band Names: A Linguistic Taxonomy. Maledicta 10.81-99. (Reprinted 1996 in Opus Maledictorum, ed. by Reinhold Aman.)

1988 On the Social Function of Some Southern Indiana German-American Dialect Stories. Humor: International Journal of Humor Research 1.159-175.

1987 Another Word on Lexical Data and Genetic Relationships. Journal of Indo-European Studies 15.381-384.

1986 But Hoosiers Do Talk German: An overview of German in Indiana. Yearbook of German-American Studies 21.155-166.

1985 Methods of Prehistorical Dialect Grouping: The role of lexical data in the Germanic Ausgliederung. Journal of Indo-European Studies 13.445-465.

1983 Issues in Texas German Language Maintenance and Language Shift. Monatshefte 75.186-195.

Book Chapters, Papers in Festschriften and Proceedings, etc.

2017 Thomas Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joseph Salmons. Upper Midwestern English. Listening to the Past, ed. Raymond Hickey, 298-324. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2016 The evolution of Germanic. Comparative Indo-European Linguistics: An international handbook of language comparison and the reconstruction of Indo-European, ed. by Jared Klein, Brian Joseph & Matthias Fritz, 129-153. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. (Handbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft, 41.)

2016 Michael Putnam, Joshua Bousquette, Joseph Salmons, Ben Frey, & Daniel Nützel. Multilingual grammars, dominance, and optimalization. Advances in Optimality Theoretic-Syntax and Semantics, ed. G. Legendre, M. Putnam & E. Zaroukian, 158-176. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2016 Joseph Salmons, Christopher Tabisz & Michael T. Putnam. Heritage German in the United States. National Heritage Language Resource Center.

2015    Samantha Litty, Christine Evans & Joseph Salmons. Gray zones: The fluidity of Wisconsin German language and identification. Linguistic Construction of ethnic borders, ed. Peter Rosenberg. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 183-205.

2015    Janne Bondi Johannessen & Joseph Salmons. The study of Germanic heritage languages in the Americas. Janne Bondi Johannessen & Joseph Salmons, eds. Germanic heritage languages in North America: Acquisition, attrition and change. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1-20. (Studies in Language Variation.)

2015    Brent Allen & Joseph Salmons. Heritage language obstruent phonetics and phonology: American Norwegian and Norwegian-American English. Janne Bondi Johannessen & Joseph Salmons, eds. Germanic heritage languages in North America: Acquisition, attrition and change. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 97-116. (Studies in Language Variation.)

2015    Language shift and the Indo-Europeanization of Europe. Die sprachlichen Wurzeln Europas – Linguistic roots of Europe: Ursprung und Entwicklung – Origin and development, ed. by Birgit Annette Olsen, Robert Mailhammer & Theo Vennemann, 147-169. Copenhagen: Tusculanum Press.

2015    Patrick Honeybone & Joseph Salmons. Key questions for historical phonology. Handbook of Historical Phonology, ed. Patrick Honeybone & Joseph Salmons. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 3-10.

2015    Joseph Salmons & Patrick Honeybone. Structuralist historical phonology: Systems in sound change. Handbook of Historical Phonology, ed. Patrick Honeybone & Joseph Salmons. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 33-49.

2014    Alyson Sewell & Joseph Salmons. How far-reaching are the effects of contact? Parasitic gapping in Wisconsin German and English. Questioning Language Contact: Limits of Contact, Contact at its Limits, ed. Robert Nicolai, 217-251. Leiden: Brill.

2014    Language shift and the Indo-Europeanization of Europe. Die sprachlichen Wurzeln Europas – Linguistic roots of Europe: Ursprung und Entwicklung – Origin and development, ed. by Robert Mailhammer & Theo Vennemann, 147-169. Copenhagen: Tusculanum Press.

2013 Joshua Bousquette, Nick Henry, Ben Frey, Daniel Nützel, Michael Putnam, Alyson Sewell & Joseph Salmons. How deep is your syntax? Filler-gap dependencies in heritage language grammar. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics 19.21-30.

2012 Language shift and the Indo-Europeanization of Europe. Die sprachlichen Wurzeln Europas / Linguistic roots of Europe: Ursprung und Entwicklung / Origin and development, ed. by Robert Mailhammer & Theo Vennemann, 147-169. Copenhagen: Tusculanum Press.

2012 Joseph Salmons, Robert Fox & Ewa Jacewicz. Prosodic skewing of input and the initiation of cross-generational sound change. The initiation of sound change: Production, perception and social factors, ed. by Maria-Josep Solé & Daniel Recasens, 167-184. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

2012 Benjamin E. Frey & Joseph Salmons. Dialect and language contact in emerging Germanic. Archaeology and Language: Indo-European Studies presented to James P. Mallory, ed. by Martin E. Huld, Karlene Jones-Bley & Dean Miller, 95-120. (Journal of Indo-European Studies Monograph, 60.)

2011 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph Salmons. Final Devoicing and Final Laryngeal Neutralization. Companion to Phonology, ed. by Marc van Oostendorp, Colin Ewen, Beth Hume & Keren Rice. Volume III, pp. 1622-1643. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

2010 Joseph Salmons & Thomas Purnell. Language contact and the development of American English. The Handbook of Language Contact, ed. by Raymond Hickey. Oxford: Blackwell, 454-477.

2010 Segmental phonological change. A Companion to Historical Linguistics, ed. by Vit Bubenik & Silvia Luraghi, 89-105. London & New York: Continuum.

2009 Ewa Jacewicz, Joseph Salmons & Robert Fox. Prosodic conditioning, vowel dynamics and sound change. Variation in Phonetics and Phonology, ed. by Caroline Féry, Jörg Mayer, Frank Kügler & Ruben van de Vijver, 100-124. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

2009 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. Naturalness and the Lifecycle of Sound Change. On Inflection: In Memory of Wolfgang U. Wurzel, ed. by Patrick Steinkrüger & Manfred Krifka, 89-105. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

2008 Dilara Tepeli, Joseph Salmons & Thomas Purnell. Was bleibt bestehen? Der deutsche Einfluß auf das Amerikanische. Die deutsche Präsenz in den USA / The German presence in the U.S.A., ed. by Josef Raab & Jan Wirrer, 745-763. Münster: LIT Verlag.

2007 Ewa Jacewicz, Robert A. Fox, & Joseph Salmons. "Vowel space areas across dialects and gender." Proceedings of the XVIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, ed. by J. Trouvain & W.J. Barry, pp. 1465-1468. Saarbrücken, Germany.

2006 Cora Lee Kluge & Joseph Salmons. A transcontinental regional perspective on migration: A concluding word. Wisconsin German Land and Life, ed. by Heike Bungert, Cora Lee Kluge & Robert Ostergren, 237-239. Madison: Max Kade Institute.

2006 Joseph Salmons, Dilara Tepeli & Thomas Purnell. Deutsche Spuren im amerikanischen Englischen? Auslautverhärtung in Wisconsin. Sprachinselwelten / The World of Language Islands ed. by Nina Berend & Elisabeth Knipf-Komlósi, 205-225. (= VarioLingua. Nonstandard - Standard - Substandard, 27.) Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang.

2006 Immigrant German. The American Midwest: An interpretative encyclopedia, ed. by Richard Sisson, Christian Zacher & Andrew Clayton, 335-337. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

2006 Robert A. Fox, Ewa Jacewicz, & Joseph Salmons. Prosodically induced phonetic variations in vowels: A source of language change? The Bill Question, ed. by Howard I. Aronson, Donald L. Dyer, Victor A. Friedman, Daniela S. Hristova & Jerrold M. Sadock, 87-110. Bloomington, Ind.: Slavica.

2006 Steven R. Geiger & Joseph C. Salmons. Reconstructing variation at shallow time depths: The historical phonetics of 19th-century German dialects in the U.S. Variation and Reconstruction, ed. by Thomas Cravens, 37-58. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

2005 Joseph Salmons & Felecia A. Lucht.  Standard German in Texas. Studies in Contact Linguistics: Essays in honor of Glenn G. Gilbert, ed. by Linda Thornburg & Janet Fuller, 165-186. Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang.

2005 Community, Region and Language Shift in German-speaking Wisconsin. Regionalism in the Age of Globalism: Volume 2: Forms of regionalism, ed. by Lothar Hönnighausen, Anke Ortlepp, James Peacock, Niklaus Steiner & Carrie Matthews (consulting editor), 133-144. Madison: Center for the Study of Upper Midwestern Cultures.

2005 The role of community and regional structure in language shift. Regionalism in the Age of Globalism: Volume 1: Concepts of regionalism, ed. by Lothar Hönnighausen, Marc Frey, James Peacock & Niklaus Steiner, 129-138. Madison: Center for the Study of Upper Midwestern Cultures.

2004 How (non-)Indo-European is the Germanic Lexicon? And what does that mean? Etymologie, Entlehnungen und Entwicklungen: Festschrift für Jorma Koivulehto zum 70. Geburtstag ed. by Irma Hyvärinen, Petri Kallio & Jarmo Korhonen. Helsinki: Société Néophilologique. 311-321. [Mémoires de la Société Néophilologique, 63.]

2003 "Edgar C. Polomé". Internationales Germanistenlexikon 1800-1950. Hrsg. & eingel. von Christoph König. 3 Bde. Berlin / New York: de Gruyter.

2003 Christof Mauch & Joseph Salmons. "Introduction". German-Jewish Identities: From the Civil War to the present , ed. by Christof Mauch & Joseph Salmons. Madison: Max Kade Institute. 1-7.

2003 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. The ingenerate motivation of sound change. Motives for Language Change, ed. by Raymond Hickey. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 199-212.

2002 "The Shift from German to English, World War I and the German-language Press in Wisconsin". Menschen zwischen zwei Welten: Auswanderung, Ansiedlung, Akkulturation, ed. by Walter G. Rödel & Helmut Schmahl. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier. 179-193.

2002 "Sprachkontaktdynamik: Konvergenz und Divergenz in amerikanischen Sprachinseln". "Standardfragen": Soziolinguistische Perspektiven auf Sprachgeschichte, Sprachkontakt und Sprachvariation, ed. by Evelyn Ziegler & Jannis Androutsopoulos. Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang. [= VarioLingua, 18.] 109-120.

2001 Introduction. Michael Zimmers Kriegstagebuch, ed. by Jürgen Macha & Andrea Wolf. Bern: Peter Lang. ix-xii.

2000 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. Zur historischen Phonetik und Phonologie des Umlauts im Deutschen. Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachforschung Papers in Linguistics, Humboldt Universität, Berlin. 15.68-76.

1999 David J. Holsinger & Joseph C. Salmons. Toward "a complete analysis of the residues": On regular vs. morpholexical approaches to Old High German umlaut. The Emergence Of The Modern Language Sciences: Studies On The Transition from Historical-Comparative to Structural Linguistics in Honour of E.F. Konrad Koerner, vol. II, ed. by Sheila Embleton, John E. Joseph and Hans-Josef Niederehe. Amsterdam: Benjamins. 239-253.

1999 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. Umlaut as Regular Sound Change: The phonetic basis of "ingenerate umlaut". Festschrift for W. P. Lehmann, ed. by Edgar C. Polomé & Carol Justus, 207-224. (JIES monograph.) Washington: Institute for the Study of Man.

1998 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. Some implications of Proto-Indo-European coda structure for distant genetic relations. In Search Of Language Origins: Selected Papers from the Seventh Meeting of the Language Origins Society, ed. by Edward Callary. Internet publication: http://baserv.uci.kun.nl/~los/.

1998 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. On laryngeal markedness in English. Tokyo: Phonological Studies '97 (On'in Kenkyu '97). 1.203-210. (Published for The Phonological Society of Japan, by Kaitakusha, Kyoto.)

1997 Naturalness Syndromes and PIE 'Voiced Stops'. Festschrift for Eric P. Hamp, volume II, ed. Douglas Q. Adams. (JIES monograph, 24.) Washington: Institute for the Study of Man. 155-63.

1997 Various Indo-European adjectival etymologies, with various co-authors. Encyclopedia of Indo-European Culture, ed. Douglas Q. Adams & James P. Mallory. Chicago: Fitzroy & Dearborn.

1996 Gregory Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. Spread Glottis Implementation in Germanic. Current Linguistic Research [Hyundae Munpeop Youngku], Vol. 5 (Commemorative Issue in Honor of Pak Young-soo), ed. by H.-S. Sohn. Taegu, Korea: Society for Current Linguistic Research. (Publication year 1994, appeared 1996.) 331-366.

1994 Naturalness and Morphological Change in Texas German. Deutsche Sprachinselforschung: Eine Gedenkschrift für Hugo Jedig, ed. Nina Berend & Klaus J. Mattheier. Bern: Peter Lang. 59-72.

1994 Sketch of an Interlanguage Rule System: Advanced Nonnative German Gender Assignment. Current Issues in Second Language Acquisition and Development, ed. by Carol A. Blackshire-Belay. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. 187-203.

1993 The Theory and practice of global etymology. Proceedings of the XVth International Congress of Linguists, ed. Andre Crochetiere et al. Sainte Foy: Laval. 153-155.

1992 The Evolution of gender assignment rules from Old High German to New High German. Recent Developments in Germanic Linguistics, ed. Rosina Lippi-Green. (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 93.) Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 81-95.

1992 A look at the data for a Proto-World etymology: *tik 'finger'. Explanation in Historical Linguistics, ed. Garry Davis and Gregory K. Iverson. Amsterdam: Benjamins. (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 84.) 207-228.

1992 Approaches to English in some Indiana German Newspapers. The German-American Press, ed. Henry Geitz. Madison, WI: Max Kade Institute. 183-194.

1992 Northwest Indo-European Vocabulary and Substrate Phonology. Perspectives on Indo-European Language, Culture and Religion: Studies in Honor of Edgar C. Polomé, ed. Roger Pearson. Volume 2. Washington, DC: Institute for the Study of Man. (JIES monographs, 9.) 265-279.

1990 From Tone to Stress: Mechanisms and Motivations. Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society , ed. Kira Hall et al. 282-291.

1990 The Context of Language Change. Research Guide on Language Change , ed. Edgar C. Polomé. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. (Trends in Linguistics, 48.) 71-95.

1990 Ethnic Identity in some Indiana German Dialect Stories. WHIM VII, The Seventh National Conference on Humor, eds. Shaun Hughes and Victor Raskin. 108-110.

1988 The Question of a German-American Vocabulary. Germanic Linguistics II , ed. Elmer Antonsen and Hans Henrich Hock. Bloomington: IULC. 102-111.

Reviews

2016 Review of Frühmittelalterliche Glossen: Ein Beitrag zur Funktionalität und Kontextualität mittelalterlicher Schriftlichkeit by Markus Schiegg. Diachronica 33.417-422.

2015 Review of The Phonology of Swedish by Tomas Riad. Norsk Lingvistisk Tidsskrift 33.113-118.

2015 Review of The Scripting of the Germanic Languages: A comparative study of “spelling difficulties” in Old English, Old High German and Old Saxon by Annina Seiler. Journal of English and Germanic Philology 114.433-435.

2010 Review of Altfriesisches Handwörterbuch by Dietrich Hofmann & Anne Tjerk Popkema. Niederdeutsches Jahrbuch. 133.180-182.

2009 Judy Kaplan & Joseph Salmons. Review of Language Classification: History and method, by Lyle Campbell & William J. Poser. Lingua 120.189-195.

2009 Review of Brian D. Joseph, Dennis Preston & Carol Preston, eds., Language Diversity in Michigan & Ohio. Language 85.211-214.

2007 Review of Kurt Gustav Goblirsch, Lautverschiebungen in den germanischen Sprachen. Journal of Germanic Linguistics 19.161-166.

2006 Review of Oxford Duden German Dictionary (3rd ed.) and Muret-Sanders Langenscheidt Großwörterbuch Deutsch-English / Englisch-Deutsch. Dictionaries: Journal of the Dictionary Society of North America 27.168-178.

2006 Review of Marcus Nicolini, Deutsch in Texas. Münster: Lit Verlag. Monatshefte 98.128-129.

2004 Joseph Salmons & Andrea Menz. Review of Brian D. Joseph & Richard D. Janda, eds., Handbook of Historical Linguistics. Oxford: Blackwell. Journal of Linguistics 40.687-695.

2003 Review of Aditi Lahiri, ed., Analogy, Levelling and Markedness. Berlin: Mouton. Language. 79.783-786.

2001 Review of Albert L. Lloyd, Rosemarie Lühr & Otto Springer, unter Mitwirkung von Karen K. Purdy. 1998. Etymologisches Wörterbuch des Althochdeutschen, Band II, bî-ezzo. Göttingen & Zürich: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. Journal of Indo-European Studies. 29.224-227.

2001 Review of Wolfgang Kehrein & Richard Wiese, eds. Studies in Germanic Phonology and Morphology. Tübingen: Niemeyer. Journal of English and Germanic Philology. 100.71-74.

2000 Review of D.H. Green, Language and History in the Early Germanic World. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Diachronica 17.161-165.

1998 Review of Frans van Coetsem. Towards a Typology of Lexical Accent: 'Stress accent' and 'pitch accent' in a renewed perspective. Heidelberg: Winter. Journal of Linguistics. 34.554-556.

1998 Review of Richard Wiese. The Phonology of German. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Monatshefte. 90.373-75.

1997 Review of Robert Beard. Lexeme-Morpheme Base Morphology. Studies in Language. 21.709-11.

1997 Review of Erich Straßner. Deutsche Sprachkultur: Von Barbarensprache zur Weltsprache. Tübingen: Niemeyer. Monatshefte 89.221-23.

1994 Review of Irmengard Rauch, Gerald F. Carr and Robert L. Kyes, eds. On Germanic Linguistics: Issues and Methods. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Monatshefte 86.560-561.

1993 Review of Joseph B. Voyles. Early Germanic Grammar: Pre-, Proto-, and Post-Germanic Languages. New York: Academic Press. Diachronica 10.291-294.

1993 Review of Robert B. Howell. Old English Breaking and its Germanic Analogues. Tübingen: Niemeyer. WORD 44.165-170.

1991 Review of Klaus-Christian Küspert. Vokalsysteme im Westnordischen: Isländisch, Färöisch, Westnorwegisch: Prinzipien der Differenzierung. Scandinavian Studies 63.250-251.

1989 Review of K.-E. Sommerfeldt, ed., Entwicklungstendenzen in der deutschen Gegenwartssprache. Unterrichtspraxis 22.213.

1987 Review of Tore Nyberg et al, eds. History and Heroic Tale: A Symposium. Scandinavian Studies 58.456.

1984 Review of Thomas L. Markey. Frisian. Zeitschrift für Dialektologie and Linguistik 51.116-118.

1983 Review of Anatoly Liberman. Germanic Accentology. Volume 1: The Scandinavian Languages. Scandinavian Studies 55.265-266.

1982 Heimatkunde and Wissenschaft: A Look at Gilbert Jordan's German Texana. German Texan Heritage Society Newsletter Summer: 23-26.

PAPERS PRESENTED

2017 The historical politics of German education in Wisconsin. NARNiHS workshop, Emory University.

2017 The laryngeal typology of Germanic: Phonetics, phonology, diachrony. Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference, University of Texas.

2017 Sounding American: Approximate /r/ in American German. American Dialect Society Annual Meeting, Austin, Texas, January 2017.

2017 All over the campus: Polomé and Lehmann at the University of Texas at Austin. North American Association for the History of the Language Sciences. Austin, January 2017.

2016 Rhotics in language contact: Real-time data on the phonetics and phonology. Workshop on Immigrant Languages in the Americas, University of Georgia.

2016 Tom Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joseph Salmons. Variation and Change in the Signified: The prehistory of ‘Wisconsin Accent’. New Ways of Analyzing Variation, Vancouver.

2016 Attitude, prestige and language shift in heritage language research. Sociolinguistics Symposium, Murcia, Spain, June.

2016 Tom Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joseph Salmons. Contrastive Hierarchy Analysis of Old English Vowels. Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference, University of Iceland, May.

2016 Linkages and West Germanic subgrouping. Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference, University of Iceland, May.

2016 Now, how are you kin to me? Subgrouping in Germanic. Forum for Germanic Language Studies, Birmingham (England), January.

2016 A paradox-free account of Old High German i-umlaut. D.H. Green Memorial Lecture, Cambridge University. January. (with Matthew Boutilier, Robert Howell, Gregory Iverson).

2015 Immigration, learning English and language shift: Beyond Hustisford. Sixth Workshop on Immigrant Languages in the Americas (WILA6). Uppsala. Invited keynote.

2015 Managing multilingualism. 48th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE), Leiden, September.

2015    Samantha Litty and Joseph Salmons. Feature mobility in Wisconsin English consonant changes. University of Sheffield, June.

2015    Lisa Yager, Nora Hellmold, Hyoun-A Joo, Michael T. Putnam, Alyson Sewell, and Joseph Salmons. New patterns emerging in a moribund variety? Heritage German case. International Symposium on Bilingualism. Rutgers, May.

2015    Jessica Funtanilla & Joseph Salmons. Templaticity in German and West Germanic. Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference. Provo, Utah, May.

2015    Everything you thought you knew about Old High German i-umlaut is wrong: New data and analysis. Linguistics Colloquium, University of Arizona. February (with Matthew Boutilier, Robert Howell, Gregory Iverson).

2015    The unfolding of Old High German i-umlaut. Invited keynote, The Ohio State University Martin Luther King Day Linguistics Conference (with Matthew Boutilier, Robert Howell, Gregory Iverson).

2015    Danielle Schuld and Joseph Salmons. Hearing a new accent: Changing perceptions of Wisconsin English over time. American Dialect Society, Portland, January.

2015    The review process. Special session on the publishing process. Linguistic Society of America, Portland, January.

2014    Avoidance in an obsolescent heritage language. Linguistics Colloquium, UW–Milwaukee, December.

2014    Unraveling ‘complexity’ in an obsolescent heritage language. The Leiden University Centre for Linguistics Colloquium. Leiden, November.

2014    Monica Macaulay & Joseph Salmons. Menominee Deverbal Finals in Historical Context. Algonquian Conference.

2014    Heritage German case loss and German case acquisition. Fifth Workshop on Immigrant Languages in the Americas. UCLA, October.

2014    Tom Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joseph Salmons. Hypermodularity and Wisconsin English. Invited plenary talk, 11th Workshop in General Linguistics (WIGL 11). University of Wisconsin – Madison, May.

2014    Old High German ‘dialect mixing’. Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference. Purdue University, May.

2014    Tom Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joseph Salmons. The Phonological Weight Of English /æ/. CUNY Phonology Forum. January.

2014 Tom Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joseph Salmons. The Phonological Weight Of English /æ/. CUNY Phonology Forum. January.

2014 Christine Evans, Samantha Litty & Joseph Salmons. Linguistic consequences of ethnicity without groups. Aston University. Birmingham, England, January.

2014 Modularity and sound change. Symposium on Historical Phonology. Edinburgh, Scotland, January.

2014 Dialect mixing in Wisconsin Heritage German and Old High German. Invited plenary, Forum for Germanic Language Studies, University of Cambridge, UK. January.

2013 Methodological challenges for Neolithic linguistics: Language contact, language shift and homelands. Invited plenary, Talking Neolithic. Max Planck Institut, Leipzig, December.

2013 Christine Evans, Samantha Litty & Joseph Salmons. Dialecticity over time: Register compression in Wisconsin Heritage German. 4th Workshop on Immigrant Languages in America (WILA). Reykjavík, Iceland. September.

2013 Tom Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joe Salmons. The phonology of dialect differences in contemporary American English vowel systems. Fifth International Conference on the Linguistics of Contemporary English. University of Texas.

2013 Christine Evans, Samantha Litty & Joseph Salmons. Lauter graue Zonen: Grenze ethnischer und regionaler Varietäten in Wisconsin. Sprachliche Konstruktion sozialer Grenzen, Viadrina Universität, Frankfurt/Oder. September.

2013 Joshua Bousquette, Ben Frey, Alyson Sewell, Nick Henry, Daniel Nützel, Michael Putnam & Joseph Salmons. Cousins growing closer? Variation and change in American German and American English Gapping. 25th Scandinavian Conference of Linguistics. Iceland, May.

2013 Matthew Boutilier, Robert Howell, Gregory Iverson Joseph Salmons. On the chronology of Old High German i-umlaut. Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference, Buffalo. April.

2013 Thomas Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joseph Salmons. The synchronic and diachronic richness of everyday language in Wisconsin. Humanities Research Bridge. UW Madison. April.

2013 Thomas Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joseph Salmons. Contrastive features for the English vowel system. MidPhon, University of Michigan. March.

2013 Joseph Salmons, Michael Putnam, Joshua Bousquette, Nick Henry, Ben Frey, Daniel Nützel & Alyson Sewell. Increasing complexity to the end: On the history of Wisconsin Heritage German. Linguistics Department, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. March.

2013 Joseph Salmons, Michael Putnam, Joshua Bousquette, Nick Henry, Ben Frey, Daniel Nützel & Alyson Sewell. Increasing complexity in a Wisconsin heritage language. Linguistics Lunch Hour, English Department, UW-Madison. March.

2012 Michael Putnam, Joshua Bousquette, Nick Henry, Ben Frey, Daniel Nützel, Joseph Salmons & Alyson Sewell. Is it possible to unlearn a language? Modeling heritage grammars in Optimality Theory. Advances in Optimality Theory: Syntax and Semantics, Johns Hopkins. November.

2012 Lucas Annear, Sarah Saenz, Libby Siebrecht, Trini Stickle, Nicholas Williams, Thomas Purnell, Eric Raimy, and Joe Salmons. Coherence of phonological environment classes in a dialect transition area. NWAV 41.

2012 Thomas Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joe Salmons. Mapping Wisconsin English. Invited presentation at the panel on English in the Midwest, NWAV 41.

2012 Phonology and Sound Change, Linguistics, Shandong University in Jinan, China, June. (8 lectures, 1.5 hours each, plus a workshop on methods of sociolinguistics, 1 hour.)

2012 Deutsche Lautgeschichte, German, Shandong University in Jinan, China, June. (2 lectures, 2 hours ea.)

2012 Chain shifting and transmission in sound change. Shandong University of Finance and Economics, Jinan, China, June.

2012 €œChain shifting and transmission in sound change.€ Qúfu Normal University, Qúfu, China, June.

2012 Miranda Wilkerson & Joseph Salmons. Acquisition and Transmission in Substrate Effects: German features that became Wisconsin English (and didn't). Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference, Indiana University.

2012 Michael Putnam, Joshua Bousquette, Nick Henry, Benjamin Frey, Daniel Nützel, Joseph Salmons & Alyson Sewell. Holes were there shouldn't be (any): Incomplete acquisition and multiple gap constructions. Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference, Indiana University.

2012 Lucas Annear, Emily Clare, Alicia Groh, Mary Simonsen, Trini Stickle, Nick Williams, Tom Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joseph Salmons. Motivating Merger: Final laryngeal distinctions in Wisconsin English. University of Ottawa, April.

2012 Lucas Annear, Emily Clare, Alicia Groh, Mary Simonsen, Trini Stickle, Nick Williams, Tom Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joseph Salmons. Final laryngeal distinctions in Wisconsin: Incipient obstruent merger? N.C. State, April.

2012 Michael Putnam, Joshua Bousquette, Nick Henry, Benjamin Frey, Daniel Nützel, Joseph Salmons & Alyson Sewell. How deep is your syntax? Filler-gap dependencies in heritage language grammar. Penn Linguistics Colloquium, 36.

2012 Michael Putnam, Joshua Bousquette, Nick Henry, Benjamin Frey, Daniel Nützel, Joseph Salmons & Alyson Sewell. Morphosyntactic issues in Heritage German. Center for Language Science, Penn State University.

2012 Mark Livengood, Thomas Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joe Salmons. Calculating the geospatial cost of sound change. Linguistic Society of America.

2011 Miranda Wilkerson, Mark Livengood & Joseph Salmons. The socio-historical context of imposition in substratal effects. New Ways of Analyzing Variation, Georgetown.

2011 Brent Allen & Joseph Salmons. Heritage language obstruent phonetics and phonology: American Norwegian stop duration. Second Workshop on Immigrant Languages in America. Gudbrandsdalen, Norway.

2011 Ryan Carroll, Ragnar Svare & Joseph Salmons. Verb regularization in German: Frequency in context. University of Bergen, Norway, September.

2011 Joseph Salmons, Robert Fox & Ewa Jacewicz. Transmission and persistence in sound change. University of Oslo, University of Bergen, Norway. September.

2011 Thomas Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joe Salmons. The Wisconsin Englishes Project and WiSCO. International Society for the Linguistics of English 2. June. Boston University.

2011 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. Opacity-Induced Restructuring in the Unfolding of Norse Umlaut. GLAC, Austin.

2011 Benjamin Frey & Joseph Salmons. Dialect and language contact in emerging Germanic. GLAC, Austin.

2011 Joseph Salmons & Miranda Wilkerson. Sleight-of-hand effects in language contact: German and English in eastern Wisconsin. The Critical Blot: Opacity and Meaning in German Language, Literature, and Culture. (Eighth Biennial Graduate Student Conference Department of Germanic Studies Indiana University.) February.

2011 Annear, Lucas Emily Clare, Alicia Groh, Thomas Purnell, Eric Raimy, Mary Simonsen & Joseph Salmons. Emerging regional differences in final obstruents. American Dialect Society.

2010 Lucas Annear, Emily Clare, Alicia Groh, Mary Simonsen, Tom Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joseph Salmons. Why do English speakers neutralize VOICING finally? New Ways of Analyzing Variation. November.

2010 Ewa Jacewicz, Robert Allen Fox & Joseph Salmons. Cross-generational vowel change in Southern American English. American Acoustical Society. (Poster.) November.

2010 Ewa Jacewicz, Robert Allen Fox & Joseph Salmons. Regional variation in vowel acoustics in children. American Acoustical Society. (Poster.) November.

2010 Lucas Annear, Emily Clare, Alicia Groh, Mary Simonsen, Tom Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joseph Salmons. Strong Wisconsin: Final laryngeal neutralization. Midwest American Dialect Society. Chicago. November.

2010 Ewa Jacewicz, Robert Allen Fox & Joseph Salmons. Cross-generational reorganization in the vowel space of Southern American English. Workshop on Sound Change. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. October. (Poster.)

2010 Joseph Salmons, Robert Fox & Ewa Jacewicz. Prosodic skewing of input and the initiation of cross-generational sound change. (Invited plenary.) Workshop on Sound Change. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. October.

2010 Joseph Salmons, Lucas Annear, Emily Clare, Alicia Groh, Mary Simonsen, Tom Purnell & Eric Raimy. Sound change after contact: How old immigration is still shaping American English. Technological, dialectological, theoretical: Linguistics at the Text Laboratory. University of Oslo. September.

2010 Daniel Nützel & Joseph Salmons. Syntactic stability and change in American German. Investigating immigrant languages in America. University of Wisconsin. September.

2010 Angela Bagwell, Benjamin Frey, John Lindner, Tyler Luiten, Andrea Menz, Mike Olson, Joseph Salmons & Kristin Speth. Beyond the handbooks: An OHG database. GLAC, Milwaukee.

2010 Joseph Salmons, Thomas Purnell & Eric Raimy. Hypermodular Phonology. Workshop in General Linguistics, UW-Madison. (Invited plenary.)

2010 Mark Livengood, Miranda Wilkerson & Joseph Salmons. Mapping Language Shift over Time: German-speaking Wisconsin, 1910 to 1920. Representing and Experiencing Transnationalism (WUN conference with the University of Leeds). University of Wisconsin. March.

2010 Thomas Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joe Salmons. Bio-cognitive Modularity and Sound Systems. Linguistic Society of America.

2010 Thomas Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joe Salmons. WiSCO: Teaching sociophonetics with visualization and simulation. American Dialect Society.

2009 Joseph Salmons, Mark Livengood & Miranda Wilkerson. Mapping Language Shift in German-speaking Wisconsin. University of Waterloo, Ontario. December.

2009 Miranda Wilkerson & Joseph Salmons, with the Wisconsin Social Network Group. 'You had to know English'? Social characteristics and networks of German monolinguals in early 20th century Wisconsin. GLAC, Banff.

2009 Felecia Lucht, Ben Frey & Joseph Salmons. Town and Country: Language Shift in Urban and Rural Southeast Wisconsin. Session on language and immigration, GLAC/SHEL, Banff.

2009 Miranda Wilkerson & Joseph Salmons, with the Wisconsin Social Network Group. "Man musste ja Englisch können" — Sozialnetzwerke deutscher Monolingualen in Wisconsin. In statu nascendi: Abschiedskolloquium for Prof. Dr. Jan Wirrer. Universität Bielefeld. February.

2008 Ryan Carroll, Ragnar Svare, Joseph Salmons. Not so fast there: Quantifying the evolutionary dynamics of German verbs. Germanic Linguistics Colloquium, University of Wisconsin. October.

2008 Fox, Robert, Ewa Jacewicz & Joseph Salmons. Speech Rate Differences in Regional Variants of English. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Chicago.

2008 Miranda Wilkerson, Joseph Salmons, Mike Olson, Sarah Thal and Sei-Jeong Chin. Shifting identities, community structures and languages in immigrant Wisconsin. Workshop on Language and History, Linguistics and Historiography, University of Bristol. August.

2008 Language, identity, and migration. HiSon summer school, University of Bristol. August.

2008 Robert Fox, Ewa Jacewicz & Joseph Salmons. Methods of Analysis in Sociophonetic Research. (Weeklong workshop.) Linguistic Society of America Summer Mini-Institute. The Ohio State University. July.

2008 Blake Rodgers, Tom Purnell & Joseph Salmons. Expanding the set of acoustic features of the post-vocalic voicing contrast in English. Acoustical Society of America, Paris. June.

2008 The Indo-European homeland: Criteria and evidence. New Directions in Historical Linguistics, Lyon. May.

2008 Kathryn Remlinger, Joseph Salmons & Luanne Von Schneidemesser. Reshaping Dialect Awareness. American Dialect Society. Chicago, January.

2008 Joseph Salmons, Ewa Jacewicz & Robert Allen Fox. Fast talkers versus slow talkers: Speech rate across dialect, gender, and generation. American Dialect Society. Chicago, January.

2007 Ewa Jacewicz, Robert Allen Fox & Joseph Salmons. Vowel space areas across dialects and gender. International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Saarbrücken, August.

2007 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. On the evolution of laryngeal final neutralization in German. Workshop on "Theoretical Historical Linguistics". XVIIIth International Conference on Historical Linguistics (ICHL 18), Montreal, Quebec, August 2007.

2007 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. "Germanic Aspiration as Phonetic Enhancement. Workshop on "Origins of Germanic". XVIIIth International Conference on Historical Linguistics (ICHL 18), Montreal, Quebec, August 2007.

2007 What immigrant letters can tell us about English in German-American communities. Immigrant Letters: A Balance Sheet. German Historical Institute, Washington, May.

2007 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. Restructuring and reversion in Old Norse umlaut. Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference 13, Pennsylvania State University.

2007 Joseph Salmons & Miranda Wilkerson. "Good old immigrants of yesteryear" who didn't learn English: Evidence from Germans in Wisconsin. Society for German-American Studies. Kansas University, April. (Also to presented at the German Language & Immigration video conference, Madison-Berlin, January.)

2007 Joseph Salmons & Miranda Wilkerson. Debunking a Myth: How Fast Did German Immigrants Learn English & Why Does it Matter Today? Max Kade Institute lecture, UW&emdash;Madison.

2006 Ewa Jacewicz, Robert Allen Fox, Yolanda Holt & Joseph Salmons. Acoustic characteristics of vowels in three regional dialects of American English. Acoustical Society of America.

2006 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons.Domains and Directionality of Auslautverhärtung. PhonologyFest, Indiana University, June.

2006 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. Evolutionary convergence in German final fortition. Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference 12, University of Illinois.

2006 Joseph Salmons, Ewa Jacewicz, & Robert Fox. How chain shifts persevere: Is there a structural solution to the ‘transmission problem’? Linguistics Colloquium, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities.

2006 Ewa Jacewicz, Robert Fox & Joseph Salmons. Systematic effects of prosodic prominence on vowel quality: A source of sound change? Case Western Reserve. March.

2006 Laura Catharine Smith & Joseph Salmons. Segmental deletion: How prosody trumps Licensing by Cue. Linguistic Society of America.

2005 Jennifer Mercer, Thomas Purnell, Joseph Salmons & Dilara Tepeli. Final obstruent voicing in western Wisconsin. Midwest American Dialect Society, Milwaukee. November.

2005 Fox, Robert Allen, Ewa Jacewicz, Kristin Hatcher, & Joseph Salmons. Perceptual effects of dialectal and prosodic variation in vowels. Acoustical Society of America, Minneapolis. October.

2005 Wisconsin English: How our linguistic past shapes our present. Winchester Academy, September.

2005 “Varietäten des Deutschen in Wisconsin: Plattdeutsch, Hochdeutsch und Englisch im Kontakt.” Universität Bielefeld, June.

2005 Zur historischen Sprachinselsoziolinguistik: Deutsche Dialekte, Standardsprache und Englisch im amerikanischen „Upper Midwest.“ Universität Heidelberg. June.

2005 Laura Smith, David Holsinger & Joseph Salmons. “The limits of perceptual distinctness: Evidence from West Germanic.” Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference 11, University of California, Davis. April.

2005 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. “Fundamental Regularities in the Second Consonant Shift.” Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference 11, University of California, Davis. April.

2005 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. “Filling the Gap: English tense vowel plus final /š/.” Southeastern Conference on Linguistics, North Carolina State University, April.

2005 Jennifer Mercer, Joseph Salmons, Thomas Purnell & Dilara Tepeli. "Has German influenced how we speak English in Wisconsin?" Friends of the Max Kade Institute.

2005 Thomas Purnell, Dilara Tepeli, Joseph Salmons, & Jennifer Mercer. Upper Midwestern obstruent variation: There'[s] more of it than you might think. American Dialect Society, San Francisco. January.

2004 Joseph Salmons, Ewa Jacewicz, & Robert Fox. Vowel changes underway in Wisconsin English: Prosody and the 'Northern Cities Shift'. Linguistics Student Organization, UW-Madison. December.

2004 Ewa Jacewicz, Joseph Salmons & Robert Fox. "Prosodic conditioning, vowel dynamics and sound change." Variation in Phonetics and Phonology (VarPhon), Universität Potsdam. October.

2004 Thomas Purnell, Dilara Tepeli, Joseph Salmons, & Jennifer Mercer. Regional variation in American English final obstruents: Cross-generational acoustics of 'final devoicing'. NWAV (New Ways of Analyzing Variation), 33. University of Michigan, October.

2004 Joseph Salmons, Dilara Tepeli & Thomas Purnell. "Der deutsche Einfluss auf das Englische." Die deutsche Präsenz in den USA / The German Presence in the U.S.A., Universität Bielefeld.

2004 Ewa Jacewicz, Joseph Salmons, & Robert Fox. "Prosodic domain effects and vocalic chain shifts." Laboratory Phonology (LabPhon) 9, University of Illinois.

2004 Dilara Tepeli, Thomas Purnell & Joseph Salmons. "German substrate effects in Wisconsin English? 'Final devoicing'." Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference 10, University of Michigan.

2004 Joseph Salmons & Ewa Jacewicz. "Vocalic chain shifts as an effect of synchronic prosody." Linguistic Society of America, Boston, January.

2003 Linguistic diversity in the Upper Midwest. Regionalism in the Humanities. University of Nebraska, November.

2003 Robert Fox, Ewa Jacewicz & Joseph Salmons. "Prosodic domain-initial effects on the acoustic structure of vowels." Acoustical Society of America, Austin, November.

2003 Joseph Salmons & Monica Macaulay. "The Diachrony of Nonconcatenative Morphology in Algonquian: Reduplication and Initial Change." The Algonquian Conference. October.

2003 Joseph Salmons & Monica Macaulay. "The Prosodic Origins of Algonquian 'Initial Change'." International Conference on Historical Linguistics. Copenhagen, August.

2003 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. "The Conundrum of Norse Umlaut." International Conference on Historical Linguistics. Copenhagen, August.

2003 Ewa Jacewicz & Joseph C. Salmons. "The Prosodic Basis of Vocalic Chain Shifts in Germanic." Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference, Buffalo, April.

2003 "How and why German-speaking communities in the U.S. became monolingual English-speaking." Department of Germanic Languages, Department of Linguistics, Working Group on Minority and Endangered Languages, The Ohio State University. February.

2002 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. "Privativity and Legacy Specification in Dutch". Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference, Bloomington, Indiana, April.

2002 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. "Privativity and the Laws of Enhancement". Linguistics Student Organization, University of Wisconsin. March.

2001 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. "Naturalness and the Lifecycle of Language Change". Zentrum für allgemeine Sprachforschung Conference in Memory of Wolfgang Ullrich Wurzel. Berlin, December.

2001 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. "Phonetic Explanation in Laryngeal Phonology". Colloquium, Department of Linguistics, Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences, Ohio State University. November.

2001 Reconstruction Fundamentals: Summary discussion. Tenth Annual Workshop on Comparative Linguistics. Wayne State University, Detroit, November.

2001 Steven R. Geiger & Joseph C. Salmons." Divergence in Death: Real-time change in a moribund language". NWAV (New Ways of Analyzing Variation), N.C. State, October.

2001 Steven R. Geiger & Joseph C. Salmons. "Real-time phonetic change in a moribund dialect". International Conference on Historical Linguistics. Melbourne, Australia, August.

2001 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. "Dimensional Theory and Germanic Enhancement". International Conference on Historical Linguistics. Melbourne, Australia, August

2001 Community, Region and Language Shift in German-speaking Wisconsin. New Orientations in the Study of Regionalism. Universität Bonn, July 2001.

2001 Grimm und Verner - neu "dimensioniert". Jacob-Grimm-Vorlesung, Humboldt Universität, Berlin. July 10, 2001.

2001 1. Theoretische Grundlagen: Codeswitching und Sprachwandel . 2. Sprachkontaktdynamik: Konvergenz und Divergenz im Wisconsin-Deutschen. Graduiertenkolleg, Universität Heidelberg/Universität Mannheim, July 2001.

2001 "Sprachkontakt, Konvergenz, Sprachwechsel ". Menschen zwischen zwei Welten: Auswanderung, Ansiedlung, Akkulturation, Rückwanderung, Universität Mainz, May 2001.

2001 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. "Laryngeal Enhancement in Germanic". Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference, Banff, Calgary. April 2001.

2001 Steven R. Geiger & Joseph C. Salmons. "Reconstructing variation at shallow time depths: The historical phonetics of 19th-century German dialects in the U.S". International Symposium on German Settlement Patterns / Sprachinselkonferenz 2001, University of Kansas , April. (Preliminary version presented at the Workshop on Comparative Linguistics, Purdue University , November, 2000.)

2000 "Variation, Change & Shift in Wisconsin German Dialects". John F. Kennedy Institut für nordamerikanische Studien, Freie Universität Berlin. June.

2000 David J. Holsinger, Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. "Verner's Law as Passive Voicing". Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference. Milwaukee. April.

1999 "Variation in the Ancestor(s) of Plattdüütsch". Biennial North American Plattdüütsch Conference, Wausau. October 1999.

1999 Steven R. Geiger & Joseph C. Salmons. "Voices from the Past: Preserving over a half century of Wisconsin Platt recordings". Biennial North American Plattdüütsch Conference, Wausau. October 1999.

1999 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. "Ingeneracy and Markedness in Sound Change". International Conference on Historical Linguistics, University of British Columbia , Vancouver. August 1999.

1999 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. "Markedness Effects in Coarticulated Sound Change". Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference, 5, University of Texas. April 1999.

1999 "Konvergenz und Nicht-Konvergenz in deutschamerikanischen Dialekten". Universität Kiel, Universität Münster. May.

1999 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. "Distilling Phonology out of Phonetics in Sound Change". Invited plenary talk, Poznan Linguistics Meeting, Poland, April-May 1999.

1999 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. "Zur historischen Phonetik und Phonologie des Umlauts im Deutschen". Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, Humboldt Universität Berlin , May.

1999 "Language Shift and Community Structure: How and why German-speaking communities in Wisconsin became monolingual English-speaking". University of Illinois at Urbana, University of Winnipeg, Max Kade Institute/University of Wisconsin-Madison, March and April; John F. Kennedy Institut für nordamerikanische Studien, Freie Universität Berlin, May.

1998 "Reading Immigrant History by the Books: Wisconsin's German-language press". Lecture series held around Wisconsin, sponsored by the Max Kade Institute and the Wisconsin Humanities Council, July-October.

1998 Gregory K. Iverson & Joseph C. Salmons. "Laryngeal Bias in Germanic". Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference, Ohio State, April.

1998 Marlys Macken & Joseph C. Salmons. "Iambic versus Trochaic Templates". West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics. University of British Columbia. February.

1997 "Diachronic Tone-Laryngeal Interactions: On Riad's 'Relating stød, tone and accent in Scandinavian'". 6th Workshop on Comparative Linguistics, Wayne State University. November.

1997 Marlys Macken & Joseph C. Salmons. "Prosodic Templates in Otomanguean: The unity of structure and sound change". Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas (SSILA). Ithaca, NY . July.

1997 Gregory K. Iverson and Joseph C. Salmons. "Umlaut as Regular Sound Change". 3rd Germanic Linguistics Annual Conference, UCLA.

1996 "Internal and External Factors in Prosodic Change: The peculiar position of accentuation in language contact change". Workshop on Comparative Linguistics, Ohio State University. November.

1996 "Returning Umlaut to the Realm of Regular Sound Change". Pair of talks held at the University of Calgary, Alberta. November.

1996 Garry W. Davis , Gregory K. Iverson and Joseph C. Salmons. Peripherality in the Spread of the High German Consonant Shift. Germanic Linguistics: 2nd Annual Conference (GLAC). Madison. April.

1996 Language Shift in German-speaking Wisconsin: Evidence from the decline of the German-Language press. Society for German American Studies (SGAS). Madison. April.

1995 Robert B. Howell and Joseph C. Salmons. Umlautless Residues in Germanic. Germanic Linguistics: 1st Annual Conference (GLAC). Ann Arbor, MI. April.

1995 Gregory K. Iverson and Joseph C. Salmons. Laryngeal Representation in Germanic. Southeast Conference on Linguistics (SECOL). Athens, GA. April.

1994 Zur Theorie der Sprachkontaktforschung in den USA . Graduiertenkolleg "Dynamik von Substandardvarietäten", Universität Heidelberg/Universität Mannheim. (Week-long workshop conducted by Mark Louden and Joseph Salmons.) December.

1994 Beyond the Syllable in Sound Change: Evidence from Mixtec. Society for the Study of Indigenous Languages in the Americas/American Anthropological Association. Atlanta, November 1994.

1993 Joseph C. Salmons and Gregory K. Iverson. Mixtec Prenasalization as Hypervoicing. Society for the Study of Indigenous Languages in the Americas/American Anthropological Association. Washington, DC, Nov. 1993.

1993 Umlaut, Plurality and Naturalness in the History of German. University of Wisconsin-Madison. November, 1993.

1993 Gregory K. Iverson, Joseph C. Salmons and Garry W. Davis . Blocking environments in Old High German Umlaut. International Conference on Historical Linguistics. Los Angeles, August 1993.

1992 Variability and morphological change in the Germanic nominal system. Modern Language Association, New York, December.

1992 Monica Macaulay and Joe Salmons. The phonology of glottalization in Mixtec. American Anthropological Association. San Francisco, December.

1992 The Theory and practice of global etymology. XVth International Congress of Linguists. Québec City, Canada, August.

1991 Naturalness and morphological change in some German American Dialects. The German Language in America, 1683-1991. University of Wisconsin Max Kade Institute. Madison, Wisconsin.

1991 Gregory Iverson and Joe Salmons. Proto-Indo-European root and coda structure. Language Origins Society. Northern Illinois University.

1991 Gregory Iverson and Joe Salmons. The coda license in Proto-Indo-European root structure. International Linguistic Association. New York.

1991 The evolution of German gender assignment rules from OHG to NHG. Berkeley-Michigan Germanic Linguistics Roundtable. Ann Arbor.

1990 Bantu accentual change: A non-Bantuist perspective. Bloomington, IN: Linguistics Department, Indiana University. November.

1990 Diachronic typology and tone-to-stress shifts. Explanation in Historical Linguistics: Nineteenth Annual Linguistics Symposium, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

1989 German-American discourse marking: Codeswitching and borrowing. Society for German-American Studies, Chicago.

1989 Sources of variation in German loanword gender assignment. Third Symposium on Germanic Linguistics, West Lafayette.

1988 Bilingual German-American humor in Indiana. WHIM VII The Seventh National Conference on Humor, West Lafayette.

1987 Approaches to English in some Indiana German newspapers. Max Kade Institute Symposium on the German-American Press. Madison, Wisconsin.

1987 German-American linguistics and teaching German-Americana. Society for German-American Studies, Lawrence, Kansas.

1987 Native and borrowed vocabulary in Dubois County German (Indiana). Society for German-American Studies, Lawrence, Kansas.

1987 Youth language in the German Democratic Republic. New College Conference on Eastern Europe, Sarasota, Florida.

1987 Language and ethnicity. New Braunfels, Texas : Ethnicity as a definition of community in Texas. May.

1986 Lexical variation and (ex-)change in some Indiana German Dialects. Modern Language Association, New York.

1986 What is a German-American dialect? On delineating regional varieties of an immigrant language. German Department, Dartmouth College.

1986 The question of a German-American vocabulary. Second Symposium on Germanic Linguistics, Urbana, Illinois.

1986 Der, die oder das Car: German-American loanword gender. Society for German-American Studies, Cincinnati.

1985 Extra-community causes of Texas German language shift. University of Illinois, Chicago; Purdue University; University of Arizona.

1985 The dynamics of accent shift in Celtic and Germanic. Modern Language Association, Chicago.

1985 Case use in Texas German. Society for German-American Studies, Lincoln, NE.

1983 Language choice and language variety among Texas Germans. Modern Language Association, New York.

1983 Scandinavian accent geography. South Central Modern Language Association, Fort Worth, Tx.

1982 Marianna Di Paolo and Joe Salmons. Ethnic identity and American Jewish language maintenance. South Central Modern Language Association, San Antonio, Tx.

1980 The future of Texas German. Modern Language Association, Houston, Tx.

TEACHING

University Housing Honored Instructor Award, Spring 2014.

Graduate Courses and Seminars

German and Germanic Linguistics

General Linguistics

Supervision of doctoral research

David Natvig, Systems of Contrast: Hierarchical representations of Norwegian vowels.

Brandy Trystad, No, Seriously: Perception and Production of (Non-)Seriousness in German Conversation.

Christopher Tabisz, Linguistic attitudes and the use of Magdeburg regiolect, 2017.

Samantha Litty, We talk German now yet: The sociolinguistic development of Voice Onset Time & Final Obstruent Neutralization in Wisconsin German & English varieties, 1863-2013, 2017.

Brent C. Allen, Laryngeal Phonetics and Phonology in Germanic, 2016. Linguistics Department.

Lisa Yager. Nominal Morphology in Wisconsin Heritage German. 2016.

Derek Drake, Variation and Change in Northern Bavarian Quantity. 2013.

Benjamin Frey, Toward a General Theory of Language Shift: A Case Study in Wisconsin German and North Carolina Cherokee. 2013.

Joshua Bousquette, A Comparative Analysis of Morphosyntactic Change in the Post-C Domain: Complementizer Agreement and Null Pronoun Phenomena in West Germanic. 2013.

Jennifer Delahanty, Perceptual dialectology and the connection between German and Wisconsin English. 2011.

Andrea L. Menz, Accent Type and Language Change in Germanic and Baltic-Finnic. 2010.

Felecia Lucht, Language Variation in a German-American Community: A diachronic study of the spectrum of language use in Lebanon, Wisconsin. 2008.

Laura Catharine Smith, Templatic phonology in Germanic. Departments of German and Linguistics, 2004.

Taibi Nour, Tetouni Moroccan Arabic phonology and morphology. Department of Linguistics, 2003.

Yookang Kim, Prosody and prosodically-motivated processes from Germanic to Middle English. Department of Linguistics, 2000.

David J. Holsinger, Lenition in Germanic: The role of prosodic templates in sound change. 2000, summa cum laude.

Ewa Jacewicz, Phonological context in the acquisition of second language vowels. magna cum laude.

Daniel Nützel, Morphosyntactic variation and change in Haysville (Indiana) East Franconian. Purdue University, 1998.

Gregory Humpa, Dialect-leveling among Indiana Swiss-German-speaking Amish. Purdue University, 1996.

Wei Hong, A Comparative Study of Indirect Requests in Chinese and German. Purdue University, 1993.

'Major professor' at the University of Wisconsin and Purdue University to various MA students in German Linguistics. Committee member on PhD dissertations and/or preliminary examinations at the University of Wisconsin in Linguistics, Italian, Geography, at Purdue in German, Spanish, French, Audiology and Speech Science, English Linguistics, English as a Second Language, Foreign Language Education, and on dissertation committees in Germanic or Linguistics at Indiana University, Bloomington (two), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (two), and University of Texas, Austin.

SELECTED RECENT GRANTS

2016- Andrew Alexander, Tom Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joseph Salmons. Imaging cross-linguistic laryngeal gestures. UW2020 WARF Discovery Initiative Award.

2016-2017 Catherine Stafford & Joseph Salmons. Integrated research on the benefits of bilingualism and maintaining the heritage languages of Wisconsin. Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Initiative, mini-grant.

2015 Catherine Stafford & Joseph Salmons. Integrated research on the benefits of bilingualism and maintaining the heritage languages of Wisconsin. Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Initiative.

2015    Catherine Stafford & Joseph Salmons. Integrating Research Traditions in the Study of Older and Newer Wisconsin Heritage Languages, UW Graduate School.

2014    Michael Putnam & Joseph Salmons. The importance of the last generation: Midwest Heritage German speakers. (Humanities without walls, Global humanities.) Mellon Foundation.

2014    Tom Purnell, Eric Raimy, Anna Andrzejewski, Susan Cook, Jim Leary and Joe Salmons. “Vernacaular of the Global Midwest.” University of Wisconsin (Humanities without walls, Global humanities.)

2014    Michael Putnam & Joseph Salmons. “The Global Importance of Midwestern Heritage Languages.” Penn State University (Humanities without walls, Global humanities.)

2012 Alyson Sewell, Benjamin Frey, Joshua Bousquette & Joseph Salmons. Heritage Speakers in Wisconsin: Exploring German-American Settlements, Communities and Languages through Public Presentations and Discussions. Wisconsin Humanities Council, Mini-Grant.

2011 Thomas Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joseph Salmons. Student-driven outreach on language in Wisconsin. Brittingham Trust.

2011-2012 Thomas Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joseph Salmons. Wisconsin Englishes Project. UW Graduate School.

2009-2011 Thomas Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joseph Salmons. "Language Matters for Wisconsin: A Community-Based Initiative." Ira and Ineva Reilly Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Endowment.

2008-2009 Thomas Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joseph Salmons. Kemper Knapp Bequest funding for community documentation of English in Wisconsin.

2007-2008 Thomas Purnell, Eric Raimy & Joseph Salmons. "Teaching the Speech Chain." Division of Instructional Technology Engage grant, phase III.

2007-2008 Joseph Salmons & Thomas Purnell. "Wisconsin Englishes." Wisconsin Humanities Council, Major Grant.

Manuscript and grant review (selected):

Journals/volume chapters: Language, Phonology, Journal of Phonetics, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Language and Linguistics Compass, LabPhon (Laboratory Phonology), Human Biology, American Speech, Zeitschrift für Sprachwissenschaft, International Journal of Bilingualism, Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics, Lingua, The Linguistic Review, Language in Society, General Linguistics, Historigraphica Linguistica, Southwest Journal of Linguistics.

Presses/volumes: Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, Blackwell, Brace Harcourt, Elsevier, The Ohio State University Press, Carl Winter: Indogermanische Bibliothek

Grants (federal): National Endowment for the Humanities, National Science Foundation, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

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