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Phonology Seminar: Journal Club
Phonology Journal Club Guidelines
Selecting an article:
Please visit the journals and proceedings and find something not covered in the lists below.
Please visit this page to see if anyone has done the article before, and also to record your choice so others will not duplicate:
Here are some top journals that publish work in phonology: Phonology, Phonological Data and Analysis Language, Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, Linguistic Inquiry, Glossa, Journal of Linguistics
You can also look on lingbuzz.net. You can do old articles if you think others would find them helpful.
Presenting an article:
We are looking for very brief, top-down, “what is the main point?” summaries, short enough so we can do them all in 110 minutes. Try aiming for 7 minutes maximum. People normally bring a printed handout of about one page.
Details: (i) It often helps to give the scientific context of the article up front. (ii) Be sure to cite your article on your handout so other people can follow up. (iii) Put your name on your handout so people can follow up with you.
Professor of Linguistics
Department of Linguistics
3125 Campbell Hall
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1543