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Output (Papers, Handouts, Slides, etc.)


Most recent

Nicholas Rolle & Zachary O’Hagan. 2019. Different Kinds of Second-Position Clitics in Caquinte. In D. K. E. Reisinger & Roger Yu-Hsiang Lo (eds.), Proceedings for the 23rd Workshop on the Structure and Constituency of the Languages of the Americas (WSCLA 23). Vancouver, BC: UBCWPL. 93-107. [link]

Rolle, Nicholas. “Prosodic fieldwork in Nigeria: Methods and analysis”. Presentation at the University of Ibadan, July 2019.

To appear

Rolle, Nicholas, Florian Lionnet, & Matthew Faytak. to appear. “Areal patterns in the vowel systems of the Macro-Sudan Belt”. Accepted to Linguistic Typology. [new draft]

Hyman, Larry, Hannah Sande, Florian Lionnet, Nicholas Rolle, & Emily Clem. accepted. “Prosodic systems: Niger-Congo and adjacent areas”. In Carlos Gussenhoven & Aoju Chen (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Language Prosody. Oxford: OUP. [link]

2019

Hyman, Larry M., Nicholas Rolle, Hannah Sande, Emily Clem, Peter Jenks, Florian Lionnet, John Merrill, & Nicholas Baier. 2019. Niger-Congo linguistic features and typology. In H. Ekkehard Wolff (Ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of African Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 191-245. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108283991.009

Rolle, Nicholas (collaborating with Lee Bickmore). 2019-06-12. Talk at the University of Toronto on “Outward-looking phonologically-conditioned allomorphy in Cilungu grammatical tone”. [handout]

Rolle, Nicholas & Larry M. Hyman. 2019. Phrase-level prosodic smothering in Makonde. In Katherine Hout, Anna Mai, Adam McCollum, Sharon Rose & Matt Zaslansky (eds.), Supplemental Proceedings of the 2018 Annual Meeting on Phonology. Washington, DC: LSA. http://dx.doi.org/10.3765/amp.v7i0.4458

Rolle, Nicholas. 2019. “The scope of dominant grammatical tone in Izon”. Talk at the 27th Manchester Phonology Meeting (27mfm). 23-25 May, 2019, University of Manchester. [slides]

Rolle, Nicholas & Lee Bickmore. 2019. “Outward-looking phonologically-conditioned allomorphy in Cilungu grammatical tone”. Poster presentation at AIMM4. 3-5 May 2019, Stony Brook University. [poster] [refs] [bibtex]

Rolle, Nicholas. 2019. “In support of an OT-DM model: Evidence from clitic distribution in Degema serial verb constructions”. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory (NLLT). [publisher link] [SharedIt] [pre-publication draft] [appendices]

Rolle, Nicholas. 2019. “Transparadigmatic uniformity across stress and tone”. Talk at Rutgers. 2019.03.01. [slides]

Rolle, Nicholas. 2019. “Transparadigmatic uniformity across stress and tone”. Talk at UCLA. 2019.02.19. [slides]

Rolle, Nicholas. 2019. “Grammatical tone in Izon at the syntax/phonology interface”. Talk at the University of Minnesota. 2019.02.08. [slides]

Rolle, Nicholas. 2019. “The road or the door to exponence? Examining simultaneity at spell-out”. Invited Colloquium at IGRA Colloquium Series, University of Leipzig. 2019.01.30. [handout] [references] [bib]

Rolle, Nicholas. 2019. “Does polysynthesis pose a problem when the triggers of morphological accent and the stress window are at opposite edges?”. Micro-Workshop on Accent, University of Leipzig. 2019.01.29. [handout]

Rolle, Nicholas. 2019. “The road or the door to exponence? Examining simultaneity at spell-out”. Invited talk to The Morphology and Syntax Workshop, University of Chicago. 2019.01.25. [handout] [references] [bib]

Rolle, Nicholas. 2019. “A cyclic account of a trigger-target asymmetry in concatenative vs. replacive tone”. 93rd Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America (LSA 2019). New York City, NY. [slides]

Rolle, Nicholas & Marine Vuillermet. 2019. “Morphologically assigned accent and an initial three syllable window in Ese’eja”. In Rob Goedemans, Jeff Heinz, & Harry van der Hulst (Eds.) The Study of Word Stress and Accent: Theories, methods and data. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 361-386. [link] [pre-publication draft] [lingbuzz]

2018

Rolle, Nicholas. 2018. “Output-Output Correspondence via Agreement by Projection”. In Sherry Hucklebridge & Max Nelson (eds.), NELS 48 Proceedings. Amherst, MA: GLSA Publications. [lingbuzz] [link]

Rolle, Nicholas. “Trigger-target asymmetries in concatenative vs. replacive tone”. Invited talk at University of Buffalo Colloquium Series. [slides]

Rolle, Nicholas. 2018. “Grammatical tone: Typology and theory”. Doctoral dissertation, University of California, Berkeley. [lingbuzz] [escholarship link] [chapter 1 summary - 11 pgs.]

Nicholas Rolle & Larry Hyman. “Phrase-level Prosodic Smothering: Evidence from Makonde”. Poster at the 2018 Annual Meeting on Phonology. UCSD: San Diego, CA. [poster]

Nicholas Rolle, Stephanie Shih, & Sharon Inkelas. “The functional load of tone in Hausa”. Talk at the North Atlantic Conference on Afroasiatic Linguistics (NACAL 46). California State University, Long Beach. Jun 1-3, 2018. [slides]

Nicholas Rolle & Zachary O’Hagan. “Different Kinds of Second-Position Clitics in Caquinte”. Talk at the 23rd Workshop on the Structure and Constituency of the Languages of the Americas (WSCLA 23). University of Ottawa. April 13-15, 2018. [handout]

Rolle, Nicholas. “Prosodic uniformity across morphological paradigms”. Talk for Yale University Colloquium Series. February 2018. [slides]

Rolle, Nicholas. 2018. Transparadigmatic Output-Output Correspondence: A Case Study from Ese Ejja. In Gillian Gallagher, Maria Gouskova, & Sora Yin (eds.), Proceedings of the 2017 Annual Meeting on Phonology. Washington, DC: Linguistic Society of America. [lingbuzz] [link]

Rolle, Nicholas. "A hybrid OT-DM model: Support from a morphological conspiracy in Degema". Presentation at the 2018 Linguistic Society of America. Salt Lake City, Utah. [slides]

2017

Rolle, Nicholas (working with Jumbo Gift). “Grammatical tone in Gbarain Izon”. Intra-department talk for UC Berkeley Fieldwork Forum. Dec 05, 2017. [handout]

Rolle, Nicholas. “A hybrid OT-DM model: Support from a morphological conspiracy in Degema”. Talk at the Santa Cruz workshop on Syntax/Prosody in Optimality Theory (SPOT). Nov 18, 2017.

Rolle, Nicholas. “Transparadigmatic Output-Output Correspondence via Agreement-by-Projection”. 2017 North East Meeting of Linguistics (NELS), University of Iceland. [slides]

Rolle, Nicholas, Matthew Faytak, & Florian Lionnet. 2017. The Distribution of Advanced Tongue Root Harmony and Interior Vowels in the Macro-Sudan Belt. 2017 Proceedings of the Linguistic Society of America. Austin, Texas. 10:1-15. [link]

Rolle, Nicholas. 2017. Rhythmic repair of morphological accent assigned outside of a metrical window. In Karen Jesney, Charlie O’Hara, Caitlin Smith, & Rachel Walker (eds.), Supplemental Proceedings of the 2016 Annual Meeting on Phonology. Washington, DC: Linguistic Society of America. [link]

Rolle, Nicholas. “Transparadigmatic Output-Output Correspondence”. 2017 Annual Meeting of Phonology (AMP), New York University.

Rolle, Nicholas. “Rhythmic repair of morphological accent assigned outside of a metrical window”. 91st Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America (LSA 2017). Austin, Texas.

Rolle, Nicholas, Matt Faytak & Florian Lionnet. “The areal distribution of ATR and interior vowels in the Macro-Sudan Belt”. 91st Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America (LSA 2017). Austin, Texas.

2016

Rolle, Nicholas & Ethelbert E. Kari. 2016. “Degema clitics and serial verb constructions at the syntax/phonology interface”. In Doris L. Payne, Sara Pacchiarotti & Mokaya Bosire (eds.), Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics. Berlin: Language Science Press. [link]

Rolle, Nicholas. “Rhythmic repair of morphological accent assigned outside of a metrical window”. Poster given at 2016 Annual Meeting on Phonology (AMP). USC: Los Angeles, CA. [poster]

Rolle, Nicholas, John Sylak-Glassman, Jeremy Steffman (Eds.). Proceedings of the 36th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society (BLS36). [link]

Rolle, Nicholas & Larry Hyman. 2016. Review of Verbal serialisation in Isu (West-Ring) – a Grassfields language of Cameroon by Roland Kießling with the assistance of Bong Marcellus Wung. Köln: Köppe, 2011. Linguistic Typology 20(3): 675-685. [link] [pre-publication draft]

Rolle, Nicholas, Florian Lionnet & Matt Faytak. “The distribution of ATR and interior vowels in the Macro-Sudan Belt” 47th Annual Conference on African Linguistics 2016. UC Berkeley: Berkeley, CA.

2015

Rolle, Nicholas. “Iterative interrogative morphology as clause-level concord: Description and analysis of the question marker–sti in Aymara” [unpublished manuscript] [poster]

Rolle, Nicholas. “An areal typology of nasal vowel systems in West Africa” 8th World Congress of African Linguistics (WOCAL). Kyoto University: Kyoto, Japan. [slides]

2014

Leung, Herman, Zachary O’Hagan, Sarah Bakst, Auburn Lutzross, Jonathan Manker, Nicholas Rolle, Katie Sardinha (Eds.). Proceedings of the 40th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society (BLS40). [link]

Rolle, Nicholas & Donna Starks. 2014. “Vowel length in Niuean”. Oceanic Linguistics, 53(2):273-299. [link] [pre-publication draft]

Rolle, Nicholas. “An areal typology of nasal vowel systems in West Africa”. M.A. Qualifying Paper, University of California, Berkeley. [pdf]

Rolle, Nicholas. “Reconstructing nominal tone in Edoid”. Invited talk at the University of Ibadan Colloquium Series. Ibadan: Nigeria. July 2014. [handout]

2013

Rolle, Nicholas. 2013. “Nasal vowel patterns in West Africa”. UC Berkeley Phonology Lab Annual Report. 226-267. [link]

Rolle, Nicholas. 2013. “Ese Ejja accent”. UC Berkeley Phonology Lab Annual Report. 268-280. [link]

Rolle, Nicholas. 2013. “Phonetics and Phonology of Urhobo”. UC Berkeley Phonology Lab Annual Report. 281-326. [link]

Rolle, Nicholas. “Linguistic evidence for heterogeneous origins of modern Esan language and identity”. Presentation at Graduate Student Research Forum. Center for African Studies, UC Berkeley. 19 April. [pdf]

2012

Rolle, Nicholas. 2012. “The Esan post-nominal pronoun construction”. Selected proceedings of the 41st Annual Conference on African Linguistics (ACAL 41). Cambridge, MA: Cascadilla. [link]

Connell, Bruce & Nicholas Rolle (Eds.). 2012. Selected Proceedings of the 41st Annual Conference on African Linguistics (ACAL41). Cambridge, MA: Cascadilla. [link]

2010

Rolle, Nicholas. “On the syntactic distribution and morphological form of resumptive pronouns in Esan”. M.A. Qualifying Paper, University of Toronto. [link]

2009

Rolle, Nicholas. 2009.“The Phonetic Nature of Niuean Vowel Length”. Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics, 31. [link]

2006

Massam, Diane, Josephine Lee, Nicholas Rolle. 2006. “Still a preposition: The category of ko”. Te Reo [Journal of the Linguistic Society of New Zealand], 49: 3-37. [link]