Mostly I just wanted to post to say I still won't be posting much for the next month or so. This past month in addition to my teaching and taking classes I was working on presentations for two conferences, an abstract submission for a conference in March, and my application for the Javits fellowship, as well as trying to get funding for said conferences. In the next few weeks I'll be finishing up my NSF fellowship application as well as two other conference presentations. Once I'm finished with those I get to turn my attention to my thesis prospectus, my five Ph.D. program applications, and two papers I'm submitting for conference proceedings. So it'll probably be a while before I'm posting regularly again.
Since I don't have time for a detailed thought-out post, I'll simply pose a question today:
Does the existence of a phonemic tonal system in a language rule out the possibility of a prosodic stress system in that language?
The 5th Annual Clarion Write-a-thon
2 years ago