The Oxford Handbook of Historical Phonology

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Part I Introduction and Context
1: Patrick Honeybone and Joseph Salmons: Introduction: Key questions for historical phonology
2: Robert Murray: The Early History of Historical Phonology
3: Joseph Salmons and Patrick Honeybone: Structuralist Historical Phonology: Systems in segmental change

Part II: Evidence and Methods in Historical Phonology
4: Anthony Fox: Phonological Reconstruction
5: Donka Minkova: Establishing Phonemic Contrast in Written Sources
6: J. Marshall Unger: Interpreting Diffuse Orthographies and Orthographic Change
7: Roger Lass: Interpreting Alphabetic Orthographies: Early Middle English spelling
8: Martin Kümmel: The Role of Typology in Historical Phonology
9: Brett Kessler: Computational and Quantitative Approaches to Historical Phonology
10: Andrew Wedel: Simulation as an Investigative Tool in Historical Phonology
11: Warren Maguire: Using Corpora of Recorded Speech for Historical Phonology
12: Matthew J. Gordon: Exploring Chain Shifts, Mergers, Near-mergers as Changes in Progress

Part III: Types of Phonological Change
13: András Cser: Basic Types of Phonological Change
14: David Fertig: Analogy and Morphophonological Change
15: Aditi Lahiri: Changes in Word Prosody: Stress and quantity
16: Martha Ratliff: Tonoexodus, Tonogenesis, and Tone Change
17: Laura Catharine Smith and Adam Ussishkin: The Role of Prosodic Templates in Diachrony

Part IV: Fundamental Controversies in Phonological Change
18: Paul Foulkes and Marilyn Vihman: First Language Acquisition and Phonological Change
19: Tobias Scheer: How Diachronic is Synchronic Grammar?
20: Mark Hale, Madelyn Kissock, and Charles Reiss: An I-Language Approach to Phonologization and Lexification
21: Betty S. Phillips: Lexical Diffusion in Historical Phonology
22: Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero: Amphichronic Explanation and the Life Cycle of Phonological Processes
23: Mark J. Jones: Individuals, Innovation, and Change
24: Alan C. L. Yu: The Role of Experimental Investigation in the Explanation of Sound Change

Part V: Theoretical Historical Phonology
25: Patricia J. Donegan and Geoffrey S. Nathan: Natural Phonology and Sound Change
26: Robert Mailhammer, David Restle, and Theo Vennemann: Preference Laws in Phonological Change
27: Joan Bybee: Articulatory Processing and Frequency of Use in Sound Change
28: Juliette Blevins: Evolutionary Phonology: A holistic approach to sound change typology
29: B. Elan Dresher: Rule-based Generative Historical Phonology
30: Thomas C. Purnell and Eric Raimy: Distinctive Features, Levels of Representation, and Historical Phonology
31: D. Eric Holt: Historical Sound Change in Optimality Theory: Achievements and challenges
32: Paul Kiparsky: Phonologization

Part VI: Sociolinguistic and Exogenous Factors in Historical Phonology
33: Alexandra D'Arcy: Variation, Transmission, Incrementation
34: David Bowie and Malcah Yaeger-Dror: Phonological Change in Real Time
35: Daniel Schreier: Historical Phonology and Koinéisation
36: Fred R. Eckman and Gregory Iverson: Second Language Acquisition and Phonological Change
37: Christian Uffmann: Loanword Adaptation