Distributed Morphs

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Episodes of Distributed Morphs

Discussion with Dr. Claire Bowern (Yale University) on the relationship of language change and morphology. Other topics include Bardi, language revitalization and documentation, the threat of Covid-19 to indigenous speakers/languages. Find her
Dr. Adam Ussishkin (U. Arizona) and Dr. Jeffrey Punske (host) discuss Semitic templatic morphology including its theoretic and experimental implications.
Dr. Daniel Siddiqi (Carleton U.) and Jeffrey Punske (host) discuss morpholological metatheory and some of the basic assumptions of DM.
Jeffrey Punske and Megan Figueroa talk about her research on child language development. [Warning: some explicit language]
Mark Norris talks about about nominal concord and typological research.
Dr. Jeffrey Punske (host) and Dr. Karlos Arregi (U. Chicago) discuss some of the fundamentals of Distributed Morphology.
Conversation with SIU MA students Anna Brown & Max Brown on Morphology, Field Methods, and their interaction. (May be some audio issues at times due to widespread lag issues related to COVID-19 crisis.)
Conversation with Professor Heidi Harley covering the basics of Distributed Morphology, Roots, Allomorphy, and other topics.
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