Bert Vaux

Affiliations: 
University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
phonology
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Eric P. Hamp research assistant 1985-1990 Chicago
Andrea Calabrese grad student 1990-1994 Harvard
Morris Halle grad student 1990-1994 Harvard
Calvert Watkins grad student 1990-1994 Harvard

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Charles B. Chang research assistant 1999-2003 Harvard
Bridget D. Samuels research assistant 2002-2003
Thomas Kettig grad student
Makiko Asano grad student 2002 Harvard
Yuni Kim grad student 2002 Harvard
Petros Karatsareas grad student 2011 Cambridge
Anna Jespersen grad student 2016 Cambridge
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Vaux B, Samuels B. (2015) Explaining vowel systems: Dispersion theory vs natural selection Linguistic Review. 32: 573-599
Johannessen JB, Vaux B. (2013) Retroflex variation and methodological issues: A reply to Simonsen, Moen, and Cowen (2008) Journal of Phonetics. 41: 48-55
Vaux B, Myler N. (2012) Metre is music: A reply to Fabb and Halle Language and Music as Cognitive Systems
Vaux B. (2011) Language Games The Handbook of Phonological Theory: Second Edition. 722-750
Vaux B. (2008) Why the Phonological Component must be Serial and Rule-Based 1 Rules, Constraints, and Phonological Phenomena
Nevins A, Vaux B. (2008) Introduction: The Division of Labor between Rules, Representations, and Constraints in Phonological Theory 1 Rules, Constraints, and Phonological Phenomena
Vaux B, Nevins A. (2008) Rules, Constraints, and Phonological Phenomena Rules, Constraints, and Phonological Phenomena. 1-352
Vaux B. (2006) Homshetsma: The language of the Armenians of Hamshen The Hemshin: History, Society and Identity in the Highlands of Northeast Turkey. 257-278
Vaux B. (2006) Armenian Encyclopedia of Language & Linguistics. 474-478
Vaux B, Samuels B. (2005) Laryngeal markedness and aspiration Phonology. 22: 395-436
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