Publications & Presentations

Publications

To Appear
Hannah Sande, Peter Jenks, and Sharon Inkelas. “Cophonologies by Ph(r)ase” Natural Language and Linguistic Theory.
To Appear
Larry Hyman, Hannah Sande, Florian Lionnet, Nicholas Rolle, Emily Clem. “Prosodic systems : Niger-Congo and Adjacent Areas.” In Oxford handbook of language prosody. ed. Carlos Gussenhoven and Aoju Chen.
2019
Hannah Sande. “A unified account of conditioned phonological alternations: Evidence from Guébie. Language, 95.3: 456-498.
2019
Hannah Sande, Nico Baier, and Peter Jenks. “The syntactic diversity of SAuxOV in West Africa. In Theory and description in African Linguistics: Selected papers from the 47th ACAL.
2019
Larry Hyman, Nicholas Rolle, Hannah Sande, Emily Clem, Peter Jenks, Florian Lionnet, John Merrill, and Nico Baier. “Niger-Congo linguistic features and typology. In The Cambridge Handbook of African Linguistics. Ed: Ekkehard Wolff. Cambridge University Press.
2018
Hannah Sande and Peter Jenks. “Cophonologies by Phase. NELS 48 Proceedings, vol 3. 39-53
2018
Hannah Sande. “Phonologically conditioned nominal concord as post-syntactic: Evidence from Guébie. Journal of Linguistics. 1-48. doi:10.1017/S0022226718000476 28:253–295.
2018
Hannah Sande. “Cross-word morphologically conditioned scalar tone shift in Guébie. Morphology 28:253–295.
2018
Hannah Sande.“Classification of Guébie within Kru.” In African linguistics on the prairie, 37-49 ed. Jason Kandybowicz, Travis Major, Harold Torrence, and Philip T. Duncan
2017
Hannah Sande. “Process morphology in a realizational theory.” In Proceedings of the Forty-Seventh Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, 3:91-104. ed. Andrew Lamont and Katerina Tetzloff.
2017
Peter Jenks and Hannah Sande. “Dependent accusative case and caselessness in Moro.” In Proceedings of the Forty-Seventh Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, 2:109-119. ed. Andrew Lamont and Katerina Tetzloff.
2017
Hannah Sande.“Distributing morphologically conditioned phonology: Three case studies from Guébie.” Dissertation. UC Berkeley.
2017
Hannah Sande and Andrew Hedding. “Syllable weight in Amharic.” In Syllable weight in African languages. ed. Paul Newman. p. 69-82.
2015
Hannah Sande. “Is syntax really phonology free?.”— PhD Qualifying Paper. UC Berkeley
2015
Hannah Sande.“An interface model of phonologically determined agreement.”— Proceedings of WCCFL 33 (339-350)
2015
Hannah Sande.“Nouchi as a distinct language.”— Proceedings of the 44th Annual Conference on African Linguistics (243-253)
2012
Kyle Marek-Spartz, Paula Chesley, and Hannah Sande.“Construction of the Gmane corpus for examining the diffusion of lexical innovations” — WON Proceedings.

Invited talks

2020
Title TBD— Princeton Phonology Forum, Invited talk
2020
Cophonologies by Phase: Phases as the domain of phonological evaluation— University of Maryland, Linguistics colloquium
2020
Phase-bounded phonology in Cophonologies by Phase— University of Chicago, Linguistics colloquium
2019
Doubly morphologically conditioned phonology— Goethe University Frankfurt, Linguistics colloquium
2019
Phase-bounded phonology in Cophonologies by Phase— CUNY Linguistics colloquium
2019
The importance of language documentation for phonological theory: Three cases from Guébie— Florida Linguistics Yearly Meeting (FLYM) Plenary talk Slides
2019
Doubly conditioned phonological alternations in Cophonologies by Phase— Princeton University Linguistics colloquium Slides
2018
A unified analysis of conditioned phonological processes: Three case studies from Guébie— University of Delaware colloquium Handout PDF
2016
“Apparent weight-dependent infixing reduplication” Leipzig Workshop on Replication in Grammar; invited talk: Handout PDF
2015
Weight-dependent infixing reduplication in Amharic— Stanford Phonetics and Phonology Workshop Handout PDF
2014
Documenting Guébie— University of Minnesota Linguistics Colloquium

Conference presentations

2020
“Representing implosives: Gradient features for ambiguous segments” with Madeleine Oakley. BLS 2020 Workshop. Handout PDF
2020
“How phonologically determined is lexically specific phonology? ” Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Society of America Handout PDF
2020
“Implosives as evidence for emergent features” with Madeleine Oakley Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Society of America Handout PDF
2019
“The division of labor between representations and cophonologies in doubly conditioned processes in Amuzgo” with Yuni Kim NELS 50 Handout PDF
2019
“Acoustic correlates of stress in Amharic: Implications for phonological analyses” With Maya Barzilai and Madeleine Oakley International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS)
2019
“Doubly morphologically comditioned phonology in Cophonologies by Phase” Manchester Phonology Meeting (mfm27) Handout PDF
2019
“The interaction of Gender and Number in Guébie” With Ruth Kramer Annual Conference on African Linguistics (ACAL 50)
2019
“Theoretical linguistics and the public good” With Maya Barzilai Georgetown University Round Table (GURT) Slides
2019
“Learning from experiment experience: How to run phonetic experiments in the field” With Madeleine Oakley International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC 6) Handout PDF
2018
“Doubly conditioned vowel harmony via cumulative cophonologies” Annual Meeting in Phonology (AMP 6)
2018
“Predicting the lexical distribution of vowel reduction in Guébie with weighted constraints” World Congress of African Linguistics (WOCAL 9)
2018
“Phonology and perception of implosives in Guébie (Kru) ” With Madeleine Oakley World Congress of African Linguistics (WOCAL 9)
2018
“Perception of implosives” With Madeleine Oakley. LabPhon Handout PDF
2018
“Counting mass nouns in Guébie” With Virginia Dawson. Annual Conference on African Linguistics Handout PDF
2018
“A unified explanation of two vowel alternations in Guébie (Kru)” Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Society of America
2017
“A novel type of phonological scale: Evidence from Guébie” 12th Conference of the Association for Linguistic Typology (ALT)
2017
“Encoding strength as a unified explanation fo two vowel alternations in Guébie” Strength in Grammar Workshop, University of Leipzig Handout PDF
2017
“Cohponologies by Phase” With Peter S.E. Jenks. NELS 48 Handout PDF
2017
“The Moro Story Corpus: An online searchable text database and lexicon of Moro” With Peter S.E. Jenks and Angelo Naser. 3rd Nuba Mountain Languages Conference
2017
“Morphosyntactic and lexical conditioning of vowel replacement in Guébie” mfm 2017 Handout PDF
2017
“Morphology without morphemes: Scalar shifts as an argument in favor of process morphology” Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Society of America Handout PDF
2016
“Process morphology in a realizational theory” NELS 47 Handout PDF
2016
“Case and caselessness in Moro” With Peter S.E. Jenks. NELS 47 Handout PDF
2016
“Scalar tone shift in a constraint-based theory of realizational morphology” Phonology Research Weekend, Santa Cruz; Handout PDF
2016
Particle verbs and focus in Guébie— Berkeley Syntax and Semantics Circle Handout PDF
2016
“A novel pattern of scalar tone change in Guébie (Kru).” mfm 2016
2016
“The diversity of SAuxOVX in the Macro-Sudan belt.” With Nico Baier and Peter S.E. Jenks. 47th Annual Conference on African Linguistics
2016
“Particle verbs in Guébie.” Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America
2015
“Amharic infixing reduplication: Evidence for a Stratal OT approach” NELS 46: Handout PDF
2015
“The Guébie left periphery.” With Nico Baier. Wocal 8: Handout PDF
2015
“The nominal system of Guébie.” Senelangues Handout PDF
2015
“An interface model of phonologically determined agreement.” WCCFL: Handout PDF
2015
“Are phonological features present in Syntax? Evidence from Guébie.” Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America
2014
“Kru languages as V-to-T.” 45th Annual Conference on African Linguistics: Handout PDF
2014
“Classification of Guébie.” 45th Annual Conference on African Linguistics: Handout PDF
2014
“Geminates and weight in Amharic.” With Andrew Hedding Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America: Handout PDF
2013
“Is Nouchi a distinct language?” West African Linguistics Conference
2013
“Nouchi as a distinct language: The morphological evidence.” 44th Annual Conference on African Linguistics
2013
“The phonetics and phonology of Nouchi, an Ivoirian contact language.” Society of Pidgin and Creole Linguistics