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Professor Andrew Nevins

Professor of Linguistics

Location:Room 114, Chandler House,
2 Wakefield Street, London WC1N 1PF
Tel: + 44 (0) 20 7679 4278 (x24278)
Email:a.nevins@ucl.ac.uk



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  • Editorial Team, Linguistic Inquiry Squibs & Discussion
  • Book Reviews Editor, Phonology
  • Series Editor, Oxford Studies in Phonology and Phonetics

 

Research Interests


Phonological and Morphological Theory; Improved Empirical Foundations of Linguistic Data Collection. Recent Research Includes: Whistled Languages, Conjunct Agreement, Reduplication, Ergativity, Diminutive Formation, Clitic Restrictions.


Laboratory for Language and Speech Diversions Website

 

    2012

    • Becker, M., Nevins, A., Levine, J. (2012). Asymmetries in Generalizing Alternations to and from Initial Syllables. Language 88(2), 231-268
    • Marusic, L., Nevins, A., Badecker, W. (2012). The Grammars of Conjunction Agreement in Slovenian. Syntax: a journal of theoretical, experimental and interdisciplinary research [Accepted]
    • Nevins, A. (2012). Haplological Dissimilation at Distinct Stages of Exponence. In Trommer, J. (Ed.). The Morphology and Phonology of Exponence ( pp.84-116). Oxford Oxford University Press.
    • Nevins, A. I., Arregi, K. (2012). Morphotactics: Basque Auxiliaries and The Structure of Spellout. Springer.

    2011

    • Becker, M., Ketrez, N., Nevins, A. (2011). The Surfeit of the Stimulus: Analytic Biases Filter Lexical Statistics in Turkish Laryngeal Alternations. Language 87(1), 84-125 doi:10.1353/lan.2011.0016.
    • Nevins, A. (2011). Convergent Evidence for Rolling Up Catalan Adjectives. Linguistic Inquiry 42, 339-345
    • Nevins, A. (2011). Marked Triggers vs. Marked Targets and Impoverishment of the Dual. Linguistic Inquiry 42, 413-444
    • Nevins, A. (2011). Phonologically Conditioned Allomorph Selection. In Ewen, C., Hume, B., van Oostendorp, M., Rice, K. (Eds.). The Companion to Phonology ( pp.2357-2382). Wiley-Blackwell.
    • Nevins, A. (2011). Prospects and challenges for a clitic analysis of (A)SL agreement. Theoretical Linguistics 37(3), 173-187
    • Nevins, A. I., Moore, D. (2011). The repair problem: diagnostics and competing orthographic subsystems in Suruí. In Austin, P. K., Bond, O., Marten, L., Nathan, D. (Eds.). Proceedings of Conference on Language Documentation and Linguistic Theory 3 ( Vol. 3 pp.193-198). London. SOAS.
    • Nevins, A., Sandalo, F. (2011). Markedness and morphotactics in Kadiwéu [+participant] agreement. Morphology 21(2), 351-378 doi:10.1007/s11525-010-9165-2. Publisher URL
    • Nevins, A., Singerman, A. (2011). Review of K. D. Harrison's "When Languages Die". Language 87(2), 398-402

    2010

    • Dillon, B., Nevins, A., Austin, A., Phillips, C. (2010). Syntactic and semantic predictors of tense in Hindi: An ERP investigation. Language and Cognitive Processes doi:10.1080/01690965.2010.544582. [Accepted]
    • Jouet-Pastre, C., Nevins, A., Desenne, P. (2010). Digital Interactive Lessons on Phonetics and Phonology: Examples from the Portuguese-Speaking World. Ellipsis 8, 113-129
    • Nevins, A. (2010). Locality in Vowel Harmony. MIT Press.
    • Nevins, A. (2010). The applicability of theories of phonological contrast to kinship systems. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33(5), 398-399 doi:10.1017/S0140525X10002402. Publisher URL
    • Nevins, A. (2010). Two Case Studies in Phonological Universals: A view from Artificial grammars. Biolinguistics 4, 217-232
    • Nevins, A., Parrott, J. (2010). Variable Rules Meet Impoverishment Theory: Patterns of Auxiliary Levelling. Lingua 120, 1135-1159
    • Nevins, A., Savescu, O. (2010). An Apparent `Number Case Constraint' in Romanian: The Role of Syncretism. In Arregi, K., Fagyal, Z., Montrul, S. A., Tremblay, A. (Eds.). Romance Linguistics 2008 Interactions in Romance ( pp.185-200). John Benjamins.

    2009

    • Halle, M., Nevins, A. (2009). Rule Application in Phonology. In Raimy, E., Cairns, C. (Eds.). Contemporary Views on Architecture and Representations in Phonology ( pp.282-355). MIT Press.
    • Nevins, A. (2009). On formal universals in phonology. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 32(5), 461-462 doi:10.1017/S0140525X09990537. Publisher URL
    • Nevins, A. (2009). Review of Jan-Olof Svantesson et. al's 'The Phonology of Mongolian'. Phonology 26(3), 525-534
    • Nevins, A., Braun, D. (2009). The Role of Underlying Representations in L2 Brazilian English. In Calabrese, A., Wetzels, L. (Eds.). Studies in Loan Phonology ( pp.181-191). John Benjamins.
    • Nevins, A., Pesetsky, D., Rodrigues, C. (2009). Evidence and Argumentation: A Reply to Everett. Language 85(3), 671-681
    • Nevins, A., Pesetsky, D., Rodrigues, C. (2009). Pirahã Exceptionality: A Reassessment. Language 85(2), 355-404 doi:10.1353/lan.0.0107.
    • Rodrigues, C., Nevins, A., Vicente, L. (2009). Cleaving the Interactions between Sluicing and Preposition Stranding. In Wetzels, L., van der Weijer, J. (Eds.). Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2006 ( pp.175-198). John Benjamins.

    2008

    • Nevins, A., Bachrach, A. (Eds.) (2008). Inflectional Identity. Oxford University Press.
    • Vaux, B., Nevins, A. (Eds.) (2008). Rules, Constraints, and Phonological Phenomena. Oxford University Press.
    • Arregi, K., Nevins, A. (2008). Agreement and clitic restrictions in Basque. In D'Alessandro, R., Fischer, S., Hrafnbjararson, H. (Eds.). Agreement Restrictions, Mouton de Gruyter, ( pp.49-85).
    • Bailyn, J., Nevins, A. (2008). Russian Genitive Plurals are Impostors. In Bachrach, A., Nevins, A. (Eds.). Inflectional Identity ( pp.237-270). Oxford University Press.
    • Nevins, A. (2008). Cross-modular Parallels in the Study of Phon and Phi. In Adger, D., Bejar, S., Harbour, D. (Eds.). Phi-Theory ( pp.329-367). Oxford University Press.
    • Nevins, A. (2008). Review of Tobias Scheer's 'A Lateral Theory of Phonology: What is CVCV and why should it be'. Lingua 118(3), 425-434
    • Nevins, A., Chitoran, I. (2008). Phonological representations and the variable patterning of glides. Lingua 118, 1979-1997, 12
    • Nevins, A., Plaster, K. (2008). Paul de Lacy, Markedness: Reduction and preservation in phonology (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics 112). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. Pp. xviii+447. Journal of Linguistics 44(3), 770-781 doi:10.1017/S0022226708005434. Publisher URL
    • Nevins, A., Vaux, B. (2008). Underlying Representations that do not Minimize Grammatical Violations. In Blaho, S., Bye, P., Kramer, M. (Eds.). Freedom of Analysis ( pp.35-61). Mouton de Gruyter.

    2007

    • Arregi, K., Nevins, A. (2007). A Distributed Morphology Analysis of Present Tense Auxiliaries in Zamudio. Euskalingua 9, 146-156
    • Arregi, K., Nevins, A. (2007). Obliteration vs. Impoverishment in the Basque g-/z- Constraint. In Scheffler, T., Tauberer, J., Eilam, A., Mayol, L. (Eds.). The Proceedings of the Penn Linguistics Colloquium 30, Penn Working Papers in Linguistics 13 ( pp.1-14).
    • Nevins, A. (2007). Andrea Calabrese, Markedness and economy in a derivational model of phonology (Studies in Generative Grammar 80). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 2005. Pp. viii+532. Journal of Linguistics 43(1), 223-229 doi:10.1017/S0022226706214580. Publisher URL
    • Nevins, A. (2007). Review of Jonathan Barnes' Strength and Weakness at the Interface: Positional Neutralization in Phonetics and Phonology. Phonology 24(3), 461-469
    • Nevins, A. (2007). The representation of third person and its consequences for person-case effects. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 25(2), 273-313 doi:10.1007/s11049-006-9017-2.
    • Nevins, A., Dillon, B., Malhotra, S., Phillips, C. (2007). The role of feature-number and feature-type in processing Hindi verb agreement violations. Brain Research 1164, 81-94
    • Nevins, A., Endress, A. (2007). The Edge of Order: Analytic Bias in Ludlings. In Rau, J., Plaster, K., Liu, P., Gorbachov, Y. (Eds.). Harvard Working Papers in Linguistics 12 ( pp.43-53).

    2006

    • Anand, P., Nevins, A. (2006). Some Ergative Subjects Don't Reconstruct. In Johns, A., Massam, D., Ndayiragije, J. (Eds.). Ergativity: Emerging Issues ( pp.3-27). Kluwer Academic Publishers.
    • Marusic, L., Nevins, A., Saksida, A. (2006). Last-Conjunct Agreement in Slovenian. In Compton, R., Goledzinowska, M., Savchenko, U. (Eds.). Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 15 ( pp.210-227). Michigan Ann Arbor: Michigan Slavic Publications.
    • Nevins, A., Vaux, B. (2006). The Role of Contrast in Locality: Transparent Palatal Glides in Kyrghyz. In The Proceedings of the Workshop on Altaic in Formal Linguistics II, MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 54 ( pp.275-287).

    2005

    • Hornstein, N., Nevins, A. (2005). Review of Edwin Williams' `Representation Theory'. Language 81(3), 757-761
    • Nevins, A. (2005). Microvariations in Harmony and Value-Relativized Parametrization. In Linguistic Variation Yearbook 5 ( pp.187-232).
    • Nevins, A. (2005). Overwriting does not Optimize in Nonconcatenative Word Formation. Linguistic Inquiry , 275-287, 2

    2004

    • Anand, P., Nevins, A. (2004). Shifty Operators in Changing Contexts. In In the Proceedings of Semantics and Linguistic Theory 14 ( pp.20-37). Ithaca CLC Publications.
    • Fitzpatrick, J., Nevins, A. (2004). Linearization of Nested and Overlapping Precedence in Multiple Reduplication. In Proceedings of the Penn Linguistics Colloquium 29 ( Vol. 10 pp.75-88).
    • Grohmann, K., Nevins, A. (2004). On the Syntactic Expression of Pejorative Mood. In Linguistic Variation Yearbook 4 ( pp.143-179).
    • Nevins, A. (2004). Derivations without the Activity Condition. In McGinnis, M., Richards, N. (Eds.). In Perspectives on Phases, ed. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 49 ( pp.287-310).
    • Nevins, A. (2004). What UG Can and Can't do to Help the Reduplication Learner. In In Plato's Problems: Papers on Language Acquisition, MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 48 ( pp.113-126).
    • Nevins, A., Vaux, B. (2004). Consonant Harmony in Karaim. In The Proceedings of the Workshop on Altaic in Formal Linguistics, MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 46 ( pp.175-194).

    2003

    • Nevins, A. (2003). Review of Eric Raimy's "The Phonology and Morphology of Reduplication. Language 78(4), 770-773
    • Nevins, A., Anand, P. (2003). Some AGREE-ment Matters. In Proceeding of the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics 22 ( pp.370-383). Cascadilla Press.
    • Nevins, A., Vaux, B. (2003). Metalinguistic, Shmetalinguistic: 'The Phonology of Shm - Reduplication'. In The Proceedings of the 39th Chicago Linguistics Society ( pp.702-721).

    2002

    • Nevins, A. (2002). Counterfactuality without Past Tense in Mandarin Chinese. In Hirotani, M. (Ed.). The Proceedings of NELS 32 ( pp.441-451). Amherst.

 

Current PhD Students

Sam Green Research: Phonological development in infants, and language acquisition in general; phonetics; corpora (use and creation); psycholinguistics; models and methods of learning.
Athanasios Soultatis Research: Syllable structure and repair strategies in Modern Greek and its lesser-studied dialects; formal phonological theory; phonological constraints and phonological interfaces
Kevin Tang
Research: Investigation of naturalistic "Slips of the Ear" using statistical and computational modelling, particularly with English and Chinese languages; Corpus collection and compilation; Constrain models of diachrony with synchronic data; Psycholinguistics; Speech (mis)perception; Speech segmentation; Phonetics and Phonology.
Elizabeth Eden
Research: Measuring language distance through phonological parameters and constraint ranking; Historical Linguistics; Corpus collection and compilation; Phonetics and Phonology.

Publications with links

Books
  • Karlos Arregi and Andrew Nevins. Morphotactics: Basque Auxiliaries and the Structure of Spellout. 418pp. Springer (2012).
  • Andrew Nevins. Locality in Vowel Harmony. Linguistic Inquiry Monographs #55. 272 pp. MIT Press (2010). [Reviewed in J. Linguistics 47: 236-241, Phonology 28: 530-537, Language 88: 209-21]
  • Asaf Bachrach and Andrew Nevins (eds.) Inflectional Identity. Oxford University Press (2008). [Reviewed in J. Linguistics 45: 435-440; Word Structure 3: 112-118]
  • Bert Vaux and Andrew Nevins (eds.) Rules, Constraints, and Phonological Phenomena. Oxford University Press (2008). [Reviewed in J. Linguistics 45: 243-248]
Papers
  • Lanko Marusic, Andrew Nevins, and William Badecker. The Grammars of Conjunction Agreement in Slovenian. Accepted for publication in Syntax.
  • Michael Becker, Andrew Nevins, and Jonathan Levine. 2012. Asymmetries in Generalizing Alternations to and from Initial Syllables. Language 88.2.PDF.
  • Becker, M., Ketrez, N., Nevins, A. (2011). The surfeit of the stimulus: analytic biases filter lexical statistics in Turkish laryngeal alternations. Language 87(1), 84-125. PDF
  • Nevins, A. (2011). Convergent Evidence for Rolling Up Catalan Adjectives. Linguistic Inquiry 42, 339-345. PDF
  • Nevins, A. (2011). Marked Triggers vs. Marked Targets and Impoverishment of the Dual. Linguistic Inquiry 42, 413-444. PDF
  • Nevins, A. (2011). Multiple agree with clitics: person complementarity vs. omnivorous number. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 29.4: 939-971 PDF.
  • Nevins, A., Sandalo, F. (2011). Markedness and Morphotactics in Kadiweu [+participant] agreement. Morphology 21(2), 351-378. PDF

  • Andreea Nicolae and Andrew Nevins. Underlying Laryngeal Specifications, Fricative Alternations, and Word--Size Effects. Submitted. PDF of submission.
  • Andrew Nevins. Dissimilation under Morphosyntactic or Morphophonological Identity. Submitted for The Handbook of Exponence, ed. Jochen Trommer. Draft of 2/5/10, revision anticipated. Comments welcome.
  • Andrew Nevins. Phonologically-conditioned allomorph selection. To appear in The Companion to Phonology, ed. C. Ewen, B. Hume, M. van Oostendorp, and K. Rice. Draft of 1/26/10, minor revisions anticipated.
  • Lanko Marusic and Andrew Nevins. Two Types of Neuter: Closest-Conjunct Agreement in the Presence of '5&Ups'. To appear in the Proceedings of Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 18 (2009) Draft on Lingbuzz.
  • Andrew Nevins and Filomena Sandalo. Markedness and Morphotactics in Kadiweu [+participant] agreement. To appear in Morphology, fall 2010. PDF.
  • Nevins, Andrew and David Pesetsky and Cilene Rodrigues. Evidence and Argumentation: A Reply to Everett (2009). Language 85.3: 671--681 (2009) PDF.
  • Andrew Nevins. Two Case Studies in Phonological Universals: A view from Artificial grammars. To appear in Papers from the Workshop "Human Universals as Constraints on Language Diversity", in Biolinguistics 4.2. Draft on Lingbuzz. (2009).
  • Brian Dillon, Andrew Nevins, Alison Austin, and Colin Phillips. Syntactic and Semantic Predictors of Tense in Hindi: An ERP Investigation. Under revision for Language and Cognitive Processes, 6/2009. Draft on Lingbuzz.
  • Andrew Nevins. On formal universals in phonology. Behavioral and Brain Sciences PDF. 32.5:461-462. Commentary. (2009).
  • Andrew Nevins and Ioana Chitoran. Phonological representations and the variable patterning of glides. Lingua 118.12:1979--1997. (2008). PDF of Article.
  • Nevins, Andrew. The representation of third person and its consequences for the person-case constraint, Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 25.2: 273--313. (2007). PDF of Article.
  • Andrew Nevins, Brian Dillon, Shiti Malhotra, and Colin Phillips. The role of feature-number and feature-type in processing Hindi verb agreement violations. Brain Research 1164: 81-94. (2007). PDF of Article.
  • Nevins, Andrew. Overwriting does not Optimize in Nonconcatenative Word Formation. Linguistic Inquiry 36.2: 275--287. (2005) PDF of Article.
  • Karlos Arregi and Andrew Nevins. A Distributed Morphology Analysis of Present Tense Auxiliaries in Zamudio. Euskalingua 9: 146--156. (2007). PDF of Article.
  • Nevins, Andrew. Microvariations in Harmony and Value-Relativized Parametrization. Linguistic Variation Yearbook 5: 187--232. (2005). PDF on Lingbuzz.
  • Michael Becker, Nihan Ketrez, and Andrew Nevins. The Surfeit of the Stimulus: Analytic biases filter lexical statistics in Turkish voicing deneutralization. Under revision for Language. PDF on Lingbuzz.
  • Nevins, Andrew and David Pesetsky and Cilene Rodrigues. Piraha Exceptionality: A Reassessment. Language 85.2: 355--404. (2009) PDF.
  • Andrew Nevins and Jeffrey Parrott. Variable Rules Meet Impoverishment Theory: Patterns of Auxiliary Levelling. Lingua 120: 1135--159. (2010). PDF of Corrected Proofs.
  • Karlos Arregi and Andrew Nevins. "Agreement and clitic restrictions in Basque''. In Roberta D'Alessandro, Susann Fischer, and Gunnar Hrafnbjargarson (eds.) Agreement Restrictions, Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 49--85. (2008). PDF.
  • John Bailyn and Andrew Nevins. "Russian Genitive Plurals are Impostors''. In Asaf Bachrach & Andrew Nevins (eds.), Inflectional Identity, Oxford University Press pp. 237--270. (2008). PDF.
  • Nevins, Andrew. "Cross-modular Parallels in the Study of Phon and Phi''. In D. Adger, S. Bejar, and D. Harbour (eds.) Phi-Theory, Oxford University Press, pp. 329--367. (2008). PDF.
  • Andrew Nevins and Bert Vaux. ``Underlying Representations that do not Minimize Grammatical Violations''. In Sylvia Blaho, Patrik Bye, and Martin Kramer (eds.) Freedom of Analysis, Mouton de Gruyter, pp.35-61. (2008). PDF.
  • Morris Halle and Andrew Nevins. ``Rule Application in Phonology". In Eric Raimy and Charles Cairns (eds.), Contemporary Views on Architecture and Representations in Phonology, MIT Press, pp.355-282. (2009). PDF of Proofs.
  • Karlos Arregi and Andrew Nevins. "Obliteration vs. Impoverishment in the Basque g-/z- Constraint''. The Proceedings of the Penn Linguistics Colloquium 30, edited by Tatjana Scheffler, Joshua Tauberer, Aviad Eilam, and Laia Mayol. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics 13.1: 1-14. (2007). PDF and Appendix to Paper on Lingbuzz.
  • Andrew Nevins and Ansgar Endress. The Edge of Order: Analytic Bias in Ludlings''. In Jeremy Rau, Keith Plaster, Patrick Liu, and Yaroslav Gorbachov (eds.), Harvard Working Papers in Linguistics 12: 43-53. (2007) PDF of Pre-print.
  • Lanko Marusic, Andrew Nevins, and Amanda Saksida. "Last-Conjunct Agreement in Slovenian''. In Richard Compton, Magdalena Goledzinowska, Ulyana Savchenko (eds.), Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 15, The Toronto Meeting. Ann Arbor: Michigan Slavic Publications, pp. 210--227. (2007). PDF.
  • Nevins, Andrew and Bert Vaux. "The Role of Contrast in Locality: Transparent Palatal Glides in Kyrghyz''. The Proceedings of the Workshop on Altaic in Formal Linguistics II, MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 54: 275--287. (2007). PDF.
  • Pranav Anand and Andrew Nevins. "The Locus of Ergative Case Assignment: Evidence from Scope''. Ergativity: Emerging Issues. ed. Alana Johns, Diane Massam and Juvenal Ndayiragije, Kluwer Academic Publishers. (2006). pp. 3--27. PDF.
  • Nevins, Andrew and Bert Vaux. "Consonant Harmony in Karaim''. The Proceedings of the Workshop on Altaic in Formal Linguistics, ed. Aniko Csirmaz, Youngjoo Lee, and MaryAnn Walter, MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 46: 175--194 (2004). PDF on Lingbuzz.
  • Nevins, Andrew. "What UG Can and Can't do to Help the Reduplication Learner". In Plato's Problems: Papers on Language Acquisition ed. Csirmaz et. al, MITWPL 48: 113--126. (2004). PDF of Draft.
  • Nevins, Andrew. "Derivations without the Activity Condition". In Perspectives on Phases, ed. Martha McGinnis and Norvin Richards, MITWPL 49: 287--310. (2004) PDF.
  • Kleanthes Grohmann and Andrew Nevins. "On the Syntactic Expression of Pejorative Mood''. Linguistic Variation Yearbook 4: 143--179. (2004). PDF on Lingbuzz.
  • Pranav Anand and Andrew Nevins. "Shifty Operators in Changing Contexts''. In the Proceedings of Semantics and Linguistic Theory 14, ed. Robert Young. Ithaca: CLC Publications pp. 20-37. (2004). PDF of Pre-print.
  • Maximiliano Guimaraes and Andrew Nevins. "Opaque Nasalization in the Lingua do Pe of Salvador, Brasil". GLOW Newsletter 2006. PDF of Paper on Lingbuzz.
  • Justin Fitzpatrick and Andrew Nevins. "Linearization of Nested and Overlapping Precedence in Multiple Reduplication''. Proceedings of the Penn Linguistics Colloquium 29, ed. Sudha Arunachalam and Tatjana Scheffler, UPenn WPL 10.1:75-88. (2004). PDF.
  • Nevins, Andrew and Pranav Anand. "Some AGREE-ment Matters''. Proceeding of the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics 22, ed. Gina Garding and Mimu Tsujimura, Cascadilla Press: 370--383. (2003). PDF.
  • Nevins, Andrew and Bert Vaux. "Metalinguistic, Shmetalinguistic: The Phonology of Shm- Reduplication''. The Proceedings of the 39th Chicago Linguistics Society (2003). pages 702--721. PDF.
  • Nevins, Andrew. "Counterfactuality without Past Tense in Mandarin Chinese". In The Proceedings of NELS 32, ed. Mako Hirotani. Amherst, MA: GLSA: 441-451. (2002). PDF.
  • Andrew Nevins and David Braun. "The Role of Underlying Representations in L2 Brazilian English". In Andrea Calabrese and Leo Wetzels (eds.) Studies in Loan Phonology, John Benjamins (2008), pages 181--191. PDF of Proofs.
  • Cilene Rodrigues, Andrew Nevins, and Luis Vicente. ``Cleaving the Interactions between Sluicing and Preposition Stranding''. In Leo Wetzels and Jeroen van der Weijer (eds.), Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2006, John Benjamins, (2009), pp 175--198. PDF of Proofs.
  • Andrew Nevins and Oana Savescu. "An Apparent `Number Case Constraint' in Romanian: The Role of Syncretism." In Silvina Montrul et. al (eds.), Romance Linguistics 2008, John Benjamins (to appear fall 2009). PDF on Lingbuzz.
Published Book Reviews
  • Andrew Nevins. Review of Eric Raimy's "The Phonology and Morphology of Reduplication". Language 78.4: 770--773. (2003). PDF of Paper
  • Norbert Hornstein and Andrew Nevins. Review of Edwin Williams' "Representation Theory'' Language 81.3: 757--761. (2005). PDF of Paper
  • Andrew Nevins. Review of Jonathan Barnes' "Strength and Weakness at the Interface: Positional Neutralization in Phonetics and Phonology''. Phonology 24.3: 461--469. (2007). PDF of Paper
  • Andrew Nevins. Review of Andrea Calabrese's "Markedness and Economy in a Derivational Model of Phonology''. Journal of Linguistics 43.1: 223--229. (2007). PDF of Paper
  • Andrew Nevins. Review of Tobias Scheer's "A Lateral Theory of Phonology: What is CVCV and why should it be''. Lingua 118.3: 425--434. (2008). PDF of Paper
  • Andrew Nevins and Keith Plaster. Review of Paul de Lacy's ``Markedness''. Journal of Linguistics, Volume 44.3: 770-781. (2008). PDF of Paper
  • Andrew Nevins. Review of Jan-Olof Svantesson et. al's "The Phonology of Mongolian". Phonology, 26.3: 525--534. (2009) PDF.
  • Andrew Nevins and Adam Singerman. Review of David Harrison's 'When languages die: The extinction of the world’s languages and the erosion ofhuman knowledge'. PDF
  • Nevins, Andrew. "Phonologically Conditioned Allomorph Selection". In Colin Ewen, Beth Hume, Marc van Oostendorp, and Keren Rice (eds.) The Companion to Phonology, Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 2357-2382. (2011).