Selected Papers from NWAV 30
Sudha Arunachalam, Elsi Kaiser, Daniel Ezra Johnson, Tara Sanchez, and Alexander Williams
Que le vamoh aher? Taking the syllable out of Spanish /s/ reduction.
Esther L. Brown and Rena Torres Cacoullos
Assessing the acquisition of dialect variables by migrant adults in Philadelphia: A case study.
Jeff Conn and Uri Horesh
Social psychology of language and language variation.
Concrete contexts of morphosyntactic change: Evidence from Later Medieval Greek.
Panayiotis A. Pappas
Variability in invariant grammars: The Ottawa grammar resource on early variability in English.
Shana Poplack, Gerard Van Herk, and Dawn Harvie
Pragmatic variation between negatives: Evidence from Romance.
Scott A. Schwenter
The fall and rise of /r/: Rhoticity and /r/-sandhi in early New Zealand English.
Andrea Sudbury and Jennifer Hay
Grammaticalization of a gente in Brazilian Portuguese.
Ana M. S. Zilles