Papers and Presentations

Papers

Russell, Katherine R. 2022. Interactions of Nasal Harmony and Word-Internal Language Mixing in Paraguayan Guaraní. Languages 7: 67. https://doi.org/10.3390/languages7010067.

Russell, Katherine R. Submitted. A Unified Account of Grammatical Tone and Length in Gã. To appear in: Proceedings of ACAL 2021.

Garvin, Karee, Anna Macknick, Katherine Russell and Hannah Sande. Submitted. A typology of STAMP morphs in the Macro-Sudan Belt. To appear in: Proceedings from Diedrich Westermann's legacy between Macro-Sudan Belt and Niger-Congo: an international workshop on the linguistic history in Central Africa commemorating the 100th anniversary of the 1st professorship for African languages in Berlin.

Manuscripts

Russell, Katherine R. 2021. Phonological adaptation of borrowings into Washoe.

Presentations

2023. Variability in Paraguayan Guaraní nasal harmony: Interactions with morphosyntax. Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver; January 5-8.

2023. Opposite directionality in [+/-F] agreement: The case of Tupí-Guaraní nasal harmony. Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting, Denver; January 5-8. With Myriam Lapierre.

2022. The development of subject negation marking across Eastern Kru. Third AMC Symposium: Change in syntax and phonology: the same or different? Edinburgh, Scotland; December 5-7.

2022. Paraguayan Guaraní reduplication: a novel prosodic analysis. AMP 2022, UCLA; October 21-23. Poster.

2022. Introducing the Twisted Tongues database. Cross-disciplinary Workshop on Information Structure in African Languages, Porto Novo, Benin; July 28-30. (with Hannah Sande)

2022. Nasalization in Atchan: Sensitivity to morpheme identity. Réseau Français de Phonologie, Universidade do Porto; June 7-9.

2022. Nasalization in Atchan: morpheme-specific harmony. 29mfm, University of Edinburgh; May 25-27. Slides.

2022. Morpheme-specific domains of nasalization in Atchan. ACAL 53, University of California, San Diego; April 7-9. Slides.

2022. A novel approach to reduplication across Tupi-Guaraní. Fourth Symposium on Amazonian Languages (SAL 4), UC Berkeley; April 2-3. Handout.

2022. 'Homescript': Documentation and Development of a Guébie Orthography. UC Africanist Research Workshop, UC Berkeley; March 10-12. (with Julianne Kapner)

2022. Progressive Nasalization in Paraguayan Guaraní: Multiply Conditioned Spreading. Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting; January 6-9. Cancelled due to COVID restrictions.

2021. Nasalization in Paraguayan Guaraní. Phorum, UC Berkeley; November 5.

2021. A typology of STAMP morphs in the Macro-Sudan Belt. Diedrich Westermann's legacy between Macro-Sudan Belt and Niger-Congo: an international workshop on the linguistic history in Central Africa commemorating the 100th anniversary of the 1st professorship for African languages in Berlin. Berlin; November 4-6. (with Hannah Sande and Karee Garvin)

2021. Nasal harmony and interactions with lexical strata in Paraguayan Guaraní. AMP 2021, University of Toronto; October 1-3. Poster.

2021. There is no unified generative analysis of STAMP morphs. AIMM 5, the Ohio State University; August 26-29. (with Hannah Sande and Karee Garvin)

2021. Interaction of tone, segmental auxiliaries, and word order in Guébie TAMP morphology. WOCAL 10, Leiden University; June 7-12. (with Hannah Sande)

2021. A typological survey of STAMP morphology and phonology in the Macro-Sudan Belt. WOCAL 10, Leiden University; June 7-12. (with Hannah Sande and Karee Garvin)

2021. Progressive Nasalization in Paraguayan Guaraní: Interactions with Loanword Morphophonology. WSCLA 25, Sogang University; May 28-30. Slides.

2021. A Unified Account of Grammatical Tone and Length in Gã. ACAL 51-52, University of Florida; April 8-10. Slides.

2021. Grammatical Tone and Length in Gã. Phorum, UC Berkeley; March 5. Slides.

2021. Grammatical Tone in Mòoré: Phonological Sensitivity to the Phrase Boundary. Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting; January 7-10. Poster.

2020. Fieldwork from a Distance. Fieldwork Forum, UC Berkeley; September 23.

2020. Grammatical Tone in Mòoré. Penn Linguistics Colloquium, University of Pennsylvania (cancelled due to COVID-19).

2019. Morphologically Conditioned Vowel Length in Gã: a Templatic Analysis. Afranaph Project Development Workshop 3, Georgetown University; December 13-14.