The Rutgers Optimality Archive is a distribution point for research in Optimality Theory and its conceptual affiliates.
Posting in ROA is open to all who wish to disseminate their work in OT and related theories of grammar.
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|ROA 1318||Vieri Samek-Lodovici||Prosody-Driven Scrambling in Italian||Jul/2017|
|ROA 1317||Eric Bakovic||Review of McCarthy & Pater (eds.), Harmonic Grammar and Harmonic Serialism||Jul/2017|
|ROA 1316||Ann Irvine, Mark Dredze||Harmonic Grammar, Optimality Theory, and Syntax Learnability: An Empirical Exploration of Czech Word Order||Jun/2017|
|ROA 1315||Quentin Dabouis||When Accent Preservation Leads to Clash||Jun/2017|
|ROA 1314||Nina Topintzi, Andrew Nevins||Moraic Onsets in Arrernte||Jun/2017|
|ROA 1313||Erich Round||Phonological exceptionality is localized to phonological elements: the argument from learnability and Yidiny word-final deletion||Jun/2017|
|ROA 1312||Birgit Alber, Alan Prince||The Book of nGX||May/2017|
|ROA 1311||Robert Vago||*VV in Hungarian||May/2017|
|ROA 1310||Eric Bakovic||Apparent 'sufficiently similar' degemination in Catalan is due to coalescence||Apr/2017|
|ROA 1309||Alan Prince||Representing OT Grammars||Apr/2017|