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Stanton, Juliet.  Phonetic lapse in American English –ative.  To appear in Glossa.  [supplementary materials]

Stanton, Juliet.  Stress in –ative and the Role of pre-at- Segments: Evidence from Dictionary Studies.  To appear in WCCFL 36 proceedings.


Stanton, Juliet.  Aggressive reduplication and dissimilation in Sundanese.  Ms., NYU.  [supplementary materials]


Stanton, Juliet.  Constraints on contrast motivate nasal cluster dissimilation.  Ms., NYU.  [appendix]

Stanton, Juliet.  Gurindji nasal cluster dissimilation as trigger deletion.  Journal of Linguisticsdoi: 10.1017/s0022226718000506 [prepublication pdf]

Stanton, Juliet.  Environmental shielding is contrast preservation.  Phonology 35.1, 39-78.  [prepublication pdf]

Stanton, Juliet & Sam Zukoff.  Prosodic identity in copy epenthesis: evidence for a correspondence-based approach.  Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 36.2, 637-684.  [prepublication pdf]


Stanton, Juliet.  Constraints on the Distribution of Nasal-Stop Sequences: An Argument for Contrast.  MIT Dissertation.

Stanton, Juliet.  Segmental Blocking in Dissimilation: An Argument for Co-Occurrence Constraints.  In Karen Jesney et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the 2016 Meeting on Phonology.  Washington, DC: Linguistic Society of America. [appendix]

Stanton, Juliet.  Antipronominality and E-Type Pronouns.  In Claire Halpert, Hadas Kotek, and Coppe van Urk (eds.), A pesky set: A festschrift for David Pesetsky.  Cambridge, MA: MITWPL.


Stanton, Juliet.  Wm. G. Bennett (2015). The Phonology of Consonants: Harmony, Dissimilation, and Correspondence. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. xvii+394.   Phonology 33.3, 533–544.  [prepublication pdf]

Stanton, Juliet.  Learnability shapes typology: the case of the midpoint pathology. Language 92.4, 753–791 [prepublication pdf] [supplementary materials]

Stanton, Juliet.  Effects of allophonic vowel nasalization on NC clusters: a contrast-based analysis. In Christopher Hammerly and Brandon Prickett, eds., NELS 46: Proceedings of the 46th Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, Volume 3, 193–2016. Amherst, MA: GLSA.

Stanton, Juliet.  Predicting distributional restrictions on prenasalized stopsNatural Language and Linguistic Theory 34.3, 1089–1133.  [prepublication pdf]

Stanton, Juliet & Sam Zukoff.  Prosodic effects of segmental correspondence. In Proceedings of CLS 51 (2015), 501–515.  Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society.

Stanton, Juliet.  Latin -alis/-aris and segmental blocking in dissimilation. Ms., MIT.

Stanton, Juliet.  Wholesale Late Merger in A’-Movement: Evidence from Preposition Stranding Linguistic Inquiry 47.1, 89–126.  [prepublication pdf]


Stanton, Juliet.  Factorial Typology and Accentual Faithfulness.  In Ulrike Steindl et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the 32nd West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics54–63.  Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project.


Stanton, Juliet.  A cyclic factorial typology of Pama-Nyungan Stress.  In John Kingston et al. (eds.), Supplemental Proceedings of the 2013 Meeting on Phonology.  Washington, DC: Linguistic Society of America.


Stanton, Juliet.  A grammatical sketch of Saafi.  Ms., Indiana University Bloomington.