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Charles R. Hale, Director SRH 1.310, 2300 Red River Street D0800, Austin, TX 78712 • 512.471.5551

Megan J. Crowhurst

Associate Professor Ph.D., University of Arizona

Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics
Megan J. Crowhurst

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Interests

psycholinguistics (speech perception); linguistic rhythm

Publications

Crowhurst, Megan J. 2008. “Bolivia: Language Situation”, in Keith Brown (Editor-in-Chief)
Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, 2nd Edition, Oxford: Elsevier Publishers.

Crowhurst, Megan J. & L. Michael. 2005. “Iterative footing and prominence driven stress in
Nanti (Kampa).” Language 81, 47-95.

Munshi, S. & M. Crowhurst. 2004. “Kashmiri Stress,” South Asian Linguistic Association Roundtable XXIII.

Crowhurst, Megan J. 2004. “Mora Alignment,” Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 22,
127-177.

Crowhurst, Megan J. 2003. “Comparative markedness and identity effects in
Reduplication,” Theoretical linguistics 29, 77-87.

Crowhurst, Megan J. 2002a. “Un intercambio de vocales altas en el sirionó (tupí-guaraní),” Revista Linguas Indigenas do América do Sul, Vol. 2 Campinas, Brazil: UNICAMP. pp. 7-29. [Substantial revision and translation into Spanish of Crowhurst 2000.]

**Crowhurst, Megan J. 2001a. “Coda conditions and Um infixation in Toba Batak,” Lingua 111, 561-590.

Crowhurst, Megan J. 2000. "A Flip-Flop in Sirionó (Tupian): The mutual exchange of /i +/,” International Journal of American Linguistics 66, 57-75.

Echols, C. H., & Crowhurst, Megan J. 1998. "Developing knowledge of metrical rhythm in infancy.’ In M. C. Gruber, D. Higgins, K. Olsen, & T. Wysocki (Eds.), Chicago Linguistic Society 34, Vol II: The Panels. Chicago Linguistic Society, Chicago.

Crowhurst, Megan J. 1998. "Um Infixation and Prefixation in Toba Batak," Language 74, 590-604.

Echols, C.H., M. J. Crowhurst, & J. Childers. 1997. "The Perception of Rhythmic Units in Speech by Infants and Adults", Journal of Memory & Language 36, 202-225.

Hewitt, Mark & Megan J. Crowhurst. 1996. "Conjunctive Constraints and Templates in Optimality Theory," Proceedings of the North East Linguistic Society 26 , Graduate Linguistics Student Association, Amherst, MA, pp. 101-116.

Crowhurst, Megan J. 1996. "An Optimal Alternative to Conflation," Phonology 13, 409-424.

Crowhurst, M.J. & M. Hewitt. 1995. "Prosodic Overlay & Headless Feet in Yidiny", Phonology 12, 39-85.

Crowhurst, Megan J. & Mark Hewitt. 1995. "Directional footing, Degeneracy, and Alignment," in J. Beckman, (ed.), Proceedings of North East Linguistic Society 25, vol. 1 , Graduate Linguistics Student Association, Amherst, MA, pp. 47-61.

Crowhurst, Megan J. 1994. "Foot Extrametricality and Template Mapping in Cupeño," Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 12, 177-201.

Crowhurst, M.J. 1994. "Prosodic Alignment and Misalignment in Diyari, Dyirbal, and Gooniyandi: An Optimizing Approach", in R. Aranovich et al (eds.), Proceedings of the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics 13, Stanford Linguistics Assoc., Stanford, 16-31.

Crowhurst, Megan J. 1993. "Diminutives and Augmentatives in Mexican Spanish: A Prosodic Analysis," Phonology 9, 231-253.

Crowhurst, Megan J. 1991. “Demorafication,” in T. Sherer (ed.) Proceedings of the North East Linguistics Society 21, Graduate Linguistics Student Assoc., Amherst, MA, pp. 49-64.

DISSERTATION: Crowhurst, Megan J. (1991). Minimality and Foot Structure in Metrical Phonology and Prosodic Morphology. Published 1992 by Indiana University Linguistics Club, Bloomington.

Crowhurst, Megan J. 1988. “Empty consonants and direct prosody,” in H. Borer (ed.) Proceedings of the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics 7 , Stanford Linguistics Assoc., Stanford, pp. 67-79.

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