Bridget Samuels

Books, journals, & proceedings


  1. Samuels, B. (In press) “A tale of 2(nd position) clitics.” Proceedings of WCCFL 31.
  2. Samuels, B., Hauser, M., & Boeckx, C. (To appear) “Do animals have Universal Grammar? A case study in phonology.” In I. Roberts (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Universal Grammar. Oxford: OUP. [PDF]
  3. Samuels, B. (2014) “The Attic Reversion (Rückverwandlung).” In G. Giannakis (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Ancient Greek Language & Linguistics. Leiden: Brill.
  4. Samuels, B. (2014) “Labiovelars.” In G. Giannakis (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Ancient Greek Language & Linguistics. Leiden: Brill.
  5. Samuels, B. (2014) “Mergers.” In G. Giannakis (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Ancient Greek Language & Linguistics. Leiden: Brill.
  6. Lohndal, T. & Samuels, B. (2013) “Linearizing empty edges.” In R. Folli, C. Sevdali, & R. Truswell (eds.), The Limits of Syntax, 66-79. Oxford: OUP.
  7. Samuels, B. & Narita, H. (2013) “Phasing out projection: considerations from the syntax-phonology interface.” Linguistic Analysis 38(3-4): 357-391.
  8. Samuels, B. (2012) “The emergence of phonological forms.” In A.M. DiSciullo (ed.), Towards a Biolinguistic Understanding of Grammar: Essays on the Interfaces, 193-213. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  9. Samuels, B. (2012) “Animal minds and the roots of human language.” In C. Boeckx, M.C. Horno, & J.L. Mendívil (eds.), Language, from a Biological Point of View, 290-313. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  10. Samuels, B. (2012) “Consequences of phases for morphophonology.” In Á. Gallego (ed.), Phases: Developing the Framework, 251-282. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  11. Samuels, B. (2011) Phonological Architecture: A Biolinguistic Perspective. Oxford: OUP.
  12. Samuels, B. (2011) “A minimalist program for phonology.” In C. Boeckx (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Minimalism, 574-594. Oxford: OUP.
  13. Samuels, B. (2010) “The topology of infixation & reduplication.” The Linguistic Review 27(2): 131-176.
  14. Samuels, B. (2010) “Phonological derivation by phase: evidence from Basque.” Proceedings of PLC 33 (PWPL 16.1): 166-175. [PDF]
  15. Samuels, B. (2009) “On the left periphery in Anatolian.” Linguistic Analysis 35: 275-298.
  16. Samuels, B. (2009) “The third factor in phonology.” Biolinguistics 3(2-3): 355-382. [PDF; review by W.B. Sperlich]
  17. Samuels, B. (2009) "Structure & specification in harmony." Proceedings of NELS 38, vol.2: 283-296. [PDF]
  18. Director of Phonology for Maxwell, C. (2006) Spell It Right Dictionary (American English). Berlitz Guides.
  19. Vaux, B. and B. Samuels. (2005) "Laryngeal markedness and aspiration." Phonology 22(3): 395-436.
  20. Director of Phonology for Maxwell, C. (2005) The Dictionary of Perfect Spelling (British English). Edinburgh: Barrington Stoke.

Theses


  1. Samuels, B. (2009) The structure of phonological theory. Ph.D. dissertation, Harvard University Department of Linguistics. [PDF]
  2. Samuels, B. (2006) Nothing to lose but their chains: rethinking vocalic chain shifting. A.B. honors thesis, Harvard University Department of Linguistics. Winner of the Thomas T. Hoopes Prize.