The LSA is delighted to announce that our newest platinum open-access publication, Phonological Data and Analysis, has published its first article. Dustin Bowers' "Positional vs. sonority-driven stress in Gujarati: New experimental evidence" is freely available for viewing and download here.  

Phonological Data and Analysis, which debuted in 2018, publishes original, high-quality research papers distinguished by a particularly detailed examination of phonological patterns. The journal’s aim is to encourage scholarship grounded in substantive data that contributes to the revelation, clarification, and testing of phonological generalizations, or of the theories designed to account for them. Papers appropriate for Phonological Data and Analysis (PDA) include those that use rich data sets to document sound patterns in individual languages; that draw typological conclusions from a carefully assembled cross-linguistic database; that explore probabilistic generalizations in corpora; that examine and elucidate the assumptions of phonological theories; and that test phonological predictions with computational models or experimental methods.

 

Read more about Phonological Data and Analysis and submit an article to it here.

Read more about the LSA's family of publications here and make a contribution to support our open-access publishing program, which are being matched 100% through the end of 2019 via a generous challenge grant made by former LSA President Steve Anderson.