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Books, edited collections, special issues

M. Sloos and J.M. van de Weijer (eds.) (2016). Proceedings of the second workshop “Chinese Accents and Accented Chinese” (CAAC 2) 2016, at the Nordic Center, Fudan University, Shanghai, 26-27 October 2015. Online at Chinese Accents and Accented Chinese.

M. Sloos and J.M. van de Weijer (eds.) (2015). Proceedings of the first workshop “Chinese Accents and Accented Chinese” (CAAC 1) 2015, at the Nordic Center, Fudan University, Shanghai, 9-10 October 2014. Online at Chinese Accents and Accented Chinese.

Weijer, J.M van de and T. Nishihara (eds.) (2013). Issues in Japanese Phonology: Segmental Variation in Japanese. Tokyo: Kaitakusha (table of contents (pdf)).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2012). Grammar as Selection: Combining Optimality Theory and Exemplar Theory. Nagoya: Kougaku Shuppan.

Weijer, J.M. van de (ed.) (2012). Accent on Tone. The Linguistic Review 29, 1-147.

Weijer, J.M. van de and T. Nishihara (eds.) (2010). Morphological Variation in Japanese. Lingua 120, 2319-2423.

Weijer, J.M. van de and E.J. van der Torre (eds.) (2007). Voicing in Dutch: (De)voicing - Phonology, Phonetics, and Psycholinguistics. (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 286.) Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Weijer, J.M. van de and B. Los (eds.) (2006). Linguistics in the Netherlands 2006. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Weijer, J.M. van de, K. Nanjo and T. Nishihara (eds.) (2005). Voicing in Japanese. (Studies in Generative Grammar 84.) Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin.

Doetjes, J. & J.M. van de Weijer (eds.) (2005). Linguistics in the Netherlands 2005. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Tzakosta, M., Levelt, C. & J.M. van de Weijer (eds.) (2005). Developmental Paths in Phonological Acquisition. Special issue of Leiden Papers in Linguistics.

Oostendorp, M. van and J.M. van de Weijer (eds.) (2005). The Internal Organization of Phonological Segments. (Studies in Generative Grammar 77.) Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

Kula, N.C. and J.M. van de Weijer (eds.) (2004). Proceedings of the Government Phonology Workshop (Leiden, 3 December 2004). Special issue of Leiden Papers in Linguistics.

Verhagen, A. and J.M. van de Weijer (eds.) (2003). Usage-Based Approaches to Dutch - Lexicon, Grammar, Discourse. (LOT Occasional Publications 1.) Utrecht: Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics (LOT).

Weijer, J.M. van de, V.J. van Heuven and H.G. van der Hulst (eds.) (2003). The Phonological Spectrum. Volume I: Segmental Structure. (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 233.) Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Weijer, J.M. van de, V.J. van Heuven and H.G. van der Hulst (eds.) (2003). The Phonological Spectrum. Volume II: Suprasegmental Structure. (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 234.) Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Hume, E.V., N.S.H. Smith and J.M. van de Weijer (eds.) (2001). Surface Syllable Structure and Segment Sequencing. (HIL Occasional Papers 4.) Leiden: Holland Institute of Generative Linguistics (table of contents (pdf)).

Weijer, J.M. van de and T. Nishihara (eds.) (2001). Issues in Japanese Phonology and Morphology. (Studies in Generative Grammar 51.) Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter (table of contents (pdf)).

Dekkers, J.R.M., F.R.H. van der Leeuw and J.M. van de Weijer (eds.) (2000). Optimality Theory: Phonology, Syntax and Acquisition. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Barbiers, L.C.J., J.E.C.V. Rooryck and J.M. van de Weijer (eds.) (1998). Small Words in the Big Picture – Squibs for Hans Bennis. (HIL Occasional Papers 2.) Leiden: Holland Institute of Generative Linguistics (table of contents (pdf)).

Booij, G.E. and J.M. van de Weijer (eds.) (1997). Phonology in Progress – Progress in Phonology. (HIL Phonology Papers III.) The Hague: Holland Academic Graphics (table of contents (pdf)).

Weijer, J.M. van de (1996). Segmental Structure and Complex Segments. Tübingen: Niemeyer.

Hulst, H.G. van der and J.M. van de Weijer (eds.) (1995). Leiden In Last. (HIL Phonology Papers I.) The Hague: Holland Academic Graphics (table of contents (pdf)).

Weijer, J.M. van de (1994). Segmental Structure and Complex Segments. PhD dissertation, Leiden University.

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Reviewed articles

Hulst, H.G. van der & J.M. van de Weijer (2017 [to appear]). Dependency Phonology. In S. J. Hannahs & A. Bosch (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Phonological Theory. London: Routledge.

Weijer, J.M. van de & M. Tzakosta (2017). The status of *Complex in Greek. In Th. Georgakopoulos (ed.), Proceedings of the Twelfth International Conference on Greek Linguistics. Berlin: International Association of Greek Linguistics.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2017). Emergent phonological constraints: The acquisition of *Complex in English. Acta Linguistica Academica 64.1, 153-165.

Ran, Y.Y. and J.M. van de Weijer (2016). On L2 English Intonation Patterns by Mandarin and Shanghainese Speakers: A Pilot Study. In M. Sloos & J.M. van de Weijer (eds.), Proceedings of the second workshop “Chinese Accents and Accented Chinese” (2nd CAAC) 2016, at the Nordic Center, Fudan University, Shanghai, 26-27 October 2015, 1-10.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2015). But a Short Word on 'Maar'. Part of a review article of Robert S. Kirsner (2014): Qualitative-Quantitative Analyses of Dutch and Afrikaans Grammar and Lexicon. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Nederlandse Taalkunde / Dutch Linguistics 20 (2), 245-249.

Sloos, M. and J.M. van de Weijer (2015). What Can Adult Speech Tell us about Child Language Acquisition? Canadian Journal of Linguistics/Revue canadienne de linguistique 60 (1), 75-83.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2015). The Role of Universal Grammar in Second Language Acquisition. In M. Sloos & J.M. van de Weijer (eds.), Proceedings of the first workshop “Chinese Accents and Accented Chinese” (1st CAAC) 2015, at the Nordic Center, Fudan University, Shanghai, 9-10 October 2014, 3-15.

Nishihara, T. and J.M. van de Weijer (2015). On the Development of Final [r] in British English. KLS 35: Proceedings of the Thirty-Ninth Annual Meeting of The Kansai Linguistic Society, 193-204. Osaka: Kansai Linguistic Society.

Weijer, J.M. van de and M. Sloos (2014). The Four Tones of Mandarin Chinese: Representation and Acquisition. In A. Auer and B. Köhnlein (eds.) Linguistics in the Netherlands 2014, 180-191. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2014). The Origin of OT Constraints. In F. Hinskens, B. Hermans and M. van Oostendorp (eds.) Special issue of Lingua: Usage-Based and Rule-Based Approaches to Phonological Variation. Lingua 142, 66-75.

Zheng, J. and J.M. van de Weijer (2013). An OT Analysis of Nasal-Obstruent Clusters in English. Journal of Foreign Languages 36 (6), 2-17.

Weijer, J.M. van de and M. Sloos (2013). Learning Markedness Constraints: The Case of French. In S. Aalberse and A. Auer (eds.) Linguistics in the Netherlands 2013, 188-200. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Weijer, J.M. van de, C. Poppe and M. Sloos (2013). Family Matters: Lexical Aspects of Japanese Rendaku. In J.M. van de Weijer and T. Nishihara (eds.) Issues in Japanese Phonology: Segmental Variation in Japanese, 129-148. Tokyo: Kaitakusha.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2012). Using Local Conjunction to Discover Constraints: The Case of Mandarin Chinese. In B. Botma and R. Noske (eds.) Phonological Explorations: Empirical, Theoretical and Diachronic Issues, 255-264. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

Weijer, J.C. van de, J.M. van de Weijer & B. Yan (2012). Proper-Name Identification. In Q. Ma, H. Ding and D. Hirst (eds.) Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Speech Prosody 2012, Volume II, 729-732. Shanghai: Tongji University Press.

Nishihara, T. and J.M. van de Weijer (2012). On the Role of Adjacency in Morphological Stress Shift. Journal of the English Linguistic Society of Japan 29, 293-296.

Zhang, J. and J.M. van de Weijer (2012). An OT-CC Analysis of Phonological Opacity in Shaoxing Trisyllabic Tone Sandhi. Journal of Chinese Linguistics 40, 139-154.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2011). Secondary and Double Articulation. In M. van Oostendorp, C.J. Ewen, E.V. Hume and K.D. Rice (eds.) The Blackwell Companion to Phonology, 694-710. London: Wiley-Blackwell.

Weijer, J.M. van de and T. Nishihara (2010). Morphological Variation in Japanese. Lingua 120, 2319-2322.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2009). Optimality Theory and Exemplar Theory. Phonological Studies 12, 117-124.

Weijer, J.M. van de and J. Zhang (2008). An X-Bar Approach to the Syllable Structure of Mandarin. Lingua 118, 1416-1428.

Zhang, J. and J.M. van de Weijer (2006). A Constraint-Based Account of Tone Sandhi in Shaoxing Chinese. In R. Djamouri and R.P.E. Sybesma (eds.) Chinese Linguistics in Budapest, 67-80. Collection des Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale. Paris: Centre de Reserches Linguistiques sur l'Asie Orientale.

Tzakosta, M. and J.M. van de Weijer (2006). On the Role of Phonological, Morphological and Semantic Headedness in Acquisition. In P. Banski, B. Lukaszewicz and M. Opalinska (eds.) Studies in Constraint-Based Phonology, 223-244. Warsaw: Warsaw University Press.

Oostendorp, M. van and J.M. van de Weijer (2005). Phonological Alphabets and the Structure of the Segment. In M. van Oostendorp and J.M. van de Weijer (eds.) The Internal Organization of Phonological Segments, 1-23. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

Weijer, J.M. van de and F. Hinskens (2004). On Segmental Complexity: Affricates and Patterns of Segmental Modification in Consonant Inventories. In L. Cornips and J. Doetjes (eds.) Linguistics in the Netherlands 2004, 217-228. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Hinskens, F. and J.M. van de Weijer (2003). Patterns of Segmental Modification in Consonant Inventories: A Cross-Linguistic Study. Linguistics 41, 1041-1084.

Hinskens, F. and J.M. van de Weijer (2003). Patterns of Segmental Modification in Consonant Inventories. Contrast vs. Redundancy and Phonology vs. Phonetics. In P. Fikkert and L. Cornips (eds.) Linguistics in the Netherlands 2003, 71-81. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Rhee, S.J. and J.M. van de Weijer (2003). Epenthesis of [I] in Native and Loanword Korean Phonology. Proceedings of the 2nd Korean International Conference on Phonology: Optimality Theory in Retrospect and in Prospect, 67-79. Seoul: The Phonology-Morphology Circle of Korea.

Butskhrikidze, M. and J.M. van de Weijer (2003). On the Formal Representation of Metathesis in Phonological Theory: v-Metathesis in Modern Georgian. Lingua 113, 765-778. Prefinal draft on ROA.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2002). An Optimality Theoretical Analysis of the Dutch Diminutive. In H. Broekhuis and P. Fikkert (eds.) Linguistics in the Netherlands 2002, 199-209. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Butskhrikidze, M. and J.M. van de Weijer (2001). On De-Affrication in Modern Georgian. In A. van der Wouden and H. Broekhuis (eds.) Linguistics in the Netherlands 2001, 41-51. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Weijer, J.M. van de (1999). Analogical Change in Optimality Theory. In Nihon On'inron Gakkai [The Phonological Society of Japan] (ed.) On'in Kenkyu [Phonological Studies] 2, 145-152. Tokyo: Kaitakusha.

Leeuw, F.R.H. van der and J.M. van de Weijer (1998). Complexe Morfeemstructuur: Het Possessiefmorfeem in het Quiotepec Chinantec. In E. Hoekstra and C. Smits (eds.) Morfologiedagen 1996, 73-83. Cahiers van het Meertens Instituut 10. Amsterdam: Meertens Institute.

Leeuw, F.R.H. van der and J.M. van de Weijer (1997). Prosody of the Possessive Morpheme in Quiotepec Chinantec. In T. Cambier-Langeveld, J. Costa, R. Goedemans and R. van de Vijver (eds.) ConSole V – Proceedings, 199-212. Leiden: Leiden University Press.

Leeuw, F.R.H. van der and J.M. van de Weijer (1997). Complex Morpheme Structure in Quiotepec Chinantec. In G.E. Booij and J.M. van de Weijer (eds.) Phonology in Progress – Progress in Phonology, 151-166. (HIL Phonology Papers III.) The Hague: Holland Academic Graphics.

Weijer, J.M. van de (1995). Continuancy in Liquids and in Obstruents. Lingua 96, 45-61.

Weijer, J.M. van de (1994). Stem Consonant Cooccurrence Restrictions in Ngbaka. In R. Bok-Bennema and C.L.J.M. Cremers (eds.) Linguistics in the Netherlands 1994, 259-266. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Rowicka, G.J. and J.M. van de Weijer (1994). Prosodic Constraints in the Lexi­con of Polish: The Case of Derived Imperfectives. The Linguistic Review 11, 49-76.

Weijer, J.M. van de (1993). The Manner-Place Dependency in Complex Segments. Linguistics 31, 87-110.

Weijer, J.M. van de (1992). The Manner Node. In R. Bok-Bennema and R.W.N.M. van Hout (eds.) Linguistics in the Netherlands 1992, 261-272. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Weijer, J.M. van de (1992). Basque Affricates and the Manner-Place Dependency. Lingua 88, 129-147.

Jacobs, H.M.G.M. and J.M. van de Weijer (1992). On the Formal Description of Palatalisation. In R. Bok-Bennema and R.W.N.M. van Hout (eds.) Linguistics in the Netherlands 1992, 125-135. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Rowicka, G.J. and J.M. van de Weijer (1992). Nasal Vowels in Polish. In L.C.J. Barbiers, M. den Dikken and C. Levelt (eds.) Proceedings of the Leiden Conference for Junior Linguists 3, 219-231. Leiden: Leiden University Press.

Verhijde, M.M. and J.M. van de Weijer (1992). On Deriving Minimal NPs. In L.C.J. Barbiers, M. den Dikken and C. Levelt (eds.) Proceedings of the Leiden Conference for Junior Linguists 3, 293-306. Leiden: Leiden University Press.

Weijer, J.M. van de (1991). Towards a Theory of Phonological Complexity. In F. Drijkoningen and A. van Kemenade (eds.) Linguistics in the Netherlands 1991, 141-150. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Gussenhoven, C.H.M. and J.M. van de Weijer (1990). On V-Place Spreading vs. Feature Spreading in English Historical Phonology. The Linguistic Review 7, 311-332.

Weijer, J.M. van de (1989). The Formation of Diminutive Names in Hungarian. Acta Linguistica Hungarica 39, 353-371.

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Invited articles

Weijer, J.M. van de (2017). Where now with Optimality Theory? In Q. Ma (ed.), Frontier research in phonetics and phonology. Beijing: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press.

Weijer, J.M. & W. Yu (2017). On machine interpreting: State of the art, problems and proposals. Global Humanities Quarterly (SISU) 1.1.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2017). The nature and nurture of language. Global Humanities Quarterly (SISU) 1.1.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2014). Affricates in English as a Natural Class.  In J. Caspers, Y. Chen, W. Heeren, J. Pacilly, N.O. Schiller and E. van Zanten (eds.) Above and Beyond the Segments - Experimental Linguistics and Phonetics, 350-58. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2012). Entries for: anterior, back, complex segments, constricted glottis, continuant, contour segments, coronal, dorsal, feature geometry, high, labial, laryngeal node, lip rounding, low, low vowels, OCP, root node, round, slack vocal cords, soft palate, sonorant, sonorant obstruents, spread glottis, stiff vocal cords, and vowel height (German and English versions). In T.A. Hall and B. Pompino-Marschall (eds.) "Wörterbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft" [Dictionaries of Linguistics and Communication Science], Volume 4: Phonetics and Phonology. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2010). Deriving the Alternation Condition. Modern Linguistic Society of Korea (eds.) The Interplay of Cognition and Grammar in Retrospect and in Prospect, 222-230. Daejeon: Mokwon University.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2010). Optimality Theory: Experimental Extensions. In S. Tanaka (ed.) Current Trends in Experimental OT and Laboratory Phonology. Special Issue of the Journal of the Phonetic Society of Japan 14, 7-12.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2009). The English Language: Phonetics and Phonology. In W. Baker and K. Womack (eds.) The Year's Work in English Studies. Volume 87, Covering Work Published in 2007, 17-21. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2008). The English Language: Phonetics and Phonology. In W. Baker and K. Womack (eds.) The Year's Work in English Studies. Volume 86, Covering Work Published in 2006, 39-43. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2007). The English Language: Phonetics and Phonology. In W. Baker and K. Womack (eds.) The Year's Work in English Studies. Volume 86, Covering Work Published in 2005, 31-33. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2006). The English Language: Phonetics and Phonology. In W. Baker and K. Womack (eds.) The Year's Work in English Studies. Volume 85, Covering Work Published in 2004, 18-20. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2006). Autosegmental Phonology. In K. Brown (ed.) Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. Second Edition. Volume I, 626-630. Oxford: Elsevier.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2005). The English Language: Phonetics and Phonology. In W. Baker and K. Womack (eds.) The Year's Work in English Studies. Volume 84, Covering Work Published in 2003, 19-23. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2004). Analogical Change. In G.E. Booij, C. Lehmann, J. Mugdan and S. Skopeteas (eds.) Morphologie - Ein Handbuch zur Flexion und Wortbildung / Morphology - An International Handbook on Inflection and Word-FormationI, 1611-1615. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2004). The English Language: Phonetics and Phonology. In W. Baker and K. Womack (eds.) The Year's Work in English Studies. Volume 83, Covering Work Published in 2002, 3-5. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Verhagen, A. and J.M. van de Weijer (2003). Introduction. In A. Verhagen and J.M. van de Weijer (eds.) Usage-Based Approaches to Dutch - Lexicon, Grammar, Discourse, 1-7. (LOT Occasional Publications 1.) Utrecht: Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics (LOT).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2003). East Meets West. Rendaku Voicing in Japanese and Linking Segments in Dutch Compounds. In T. Honma, M. Okazaki, T. Tabata and S. Tanaka (eds.) A New Century of Phonology and Phonological Theory - A Festschrift for Professor Shosuke Haraguchi on the Occasion of his Sixtieth Birthday, 268-274. Tokyo: Kaitakusha.

Weijer, J.M. van de and F. Hinskens (2003). Patterns of Segmental Modification in Consonant Inventories: Contrastive vs. Redundant Systems. In B. Palek, O. Fujimora and S. Berdan (eds.) Proceedings of LP2002. Prague: Charles University Press; Chiba: Meikai University Press.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2003). The English Language: Phonetics and Phonology. In W. Baker and K. Womack (eds.) The Year's Work in English Studies. Volume 82, Covering Work Published in 2001, 7-10. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Heuven, V.J. van, H.G. van der Hulst & J.M. van de Weijer (2003). Nasality, voice and more. In J.M. van de Weijer, V.J. van Heuven and H.G. van der Hulst (eds.) The Phonological Spectrum. Volume I: Segmental Structure, ix-x. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Heuven, V.J. van, H.G. van der Hulst & J.M. van de Weijer (2003). Syllables, feet and higher up. In J.M. van de Weijer, V.J. van Heuven and H.G. van der Hulst (eds.) The Phonological Spectrum. Volume II: Suprasegmental Structure, ix-x. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2002). The English Language: Phonetics and Phonology. In W. Baker and K. Womack (eds.) The Year's Work in English Studies. Volume 81, Covering Work Published in 2000, 6-8. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2001). The English Language: Phonetics and Phonology. In W. Baker and K. Womack (eds.) The Year's Work in English Studies. Volume 80, Covering Work Published in 1999, 9-11. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Butskhrikidze, M. and J.M. van de Weijer (2001). v-Metalsesis in Modern Georgian. In E.V. hume, N.S.H. Smith and J.M. van de Weijer (eds.) Surface Syllable Structure and Segment Sequencing, 91-101. (HIL Occasional Papers 4.) Leiden: Holland Institute gmdGenerative Linguistics.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2001). The English Language: Phonetics and Phonology. In P.J. Kitson (ed.) The Year's Work in English Studies (1998), 11-12. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Nishihara, T., J.M. van de Weijer and K. Nanjo (2001). Headedness in Morphology: Tendencies in Loanword Truncation in Japanese. In J.M. van de Weijer and T. Nishihara (eds.) Issues in Japanese Phonology and Morphology, 299-324. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

Boersma, P., J.R.M. Dekkers and J.M. van de Weijer (2000). An Introduction to Optimality Theory: Phonology, Syntax, and Acquisition. In J.R.M. Dekkers, F.R.H. van der Leeuw and J.M. van de Weijer (eds.) Optimality Theory: Phonology, Syntax, and Acquisition, 1-44. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2000). The English Language: Phonetics and Phonology. In P.J. Kitson (ed.) The Year's Work in English Studies (1997), 5-7. Oxford: Blackwell.

Hulst, H.G. van der, B. Hendriks and J.M. van de Weijer (1999). A Survey of Word-Prosodic Systems of European Languages. In H.G. van der Hulst (ed.) Word-Prosodic Systems of the Languages of Europe, 425-475. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter.

Weijer, J.M. van de (1998). Analogical Change. In L.C.J. Barbiers, J.E.C.V. Rooryck and J.M. van de Weijer (eds.) Small Words in the Big Picture – Squibs for Hans Bennis, 121-25. HIL Occasional Papers 2. Leiden: Holland Institute of Generative Linguistics.

Hulst, H.G. van der and J.M. van de Weijer (1995). Vowel Harmony. In J.A. Goldsmith (ed.) The Handbook of Phonological Theory, 495-534. Oxford: Blackwell.

Hulst, H.G. van der and J.M. van de Weijer (1995). Nonlinear Phonology 1982-1992. In H.G. van der Hulst and J.M. van de Weijer (eds.) Leiden in Last, 1-24. (HIL Phonology Papers I.) The Hague: Holland Academic Graphics.

Hulst, H.G. van der and J.M. van de Weijer (1991). Topics in Turkish Phonology. In H.E. Boeschoten and L.T. Verhoeven (eds.) Turkish Linguistics Today, 11-59. Leiden: Brill.

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Other publications

Wu, M. & J.M.  van de Weijer (2015). The Perception of the English Nasal Coda Contrast by Bilingual Changsha Chinese Learners of English. In H. Ding et al. (eds.), Proceedings of O-COCOSDA/CASLRE 2015, Shanghai Jiaotong University, October 28-30, 2015, 284-289. Shanghai: Shanghai Jiaotong University.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2012). Review Article: Wyn Johnson and Paula Reimer (2010) Patterns in Child Phonology. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. English Studies 93, 227-232.

Jabbari, A.A., J.M. van de Weijer, P. Safari and F. Falaknaz (2012). The Adaptation of English Initial Clusters by Persian Learners. Journal of Teaching Language Skills 3(4): 59-76.

Nishihara, T. and J.M. van de Weijer (2012). On Syllable-Timed Rhythm and Stress-Timed Rhythm in World Englishes: Revisited. Bulletin of Miyagi University of Education 46, 155-163.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2011). Review of Nina Topintzi (2010), Onsets - Suprasegmental and Prosodic Behaviour. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Lingua 121, 323-327.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2006). Review of Laura J. Downing, Tracy Alan Hall and Renate Raffelsiefen (eds.) (2005), Paradigms in Phonological Theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Journal of Linguistics 42, 195-199.

Rhee, S.J. and J.M. van de Weijer (2002). Review of Ho-Min Sohn (1999), The Korean Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Lingua 112, 481-487.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2002). On Gumption. In K. Nanjo and T. Nishihara (eds.) Aspects of English Sounds: Essays in Honour of Professor Yosihiro Masuya, 47-53. Nisshin, Aichi: The English Phonetics Society of Japan.

Nishihara, T., K. Nanjo and J.M. van de Weijer (1998). Structure Preservation Revisited. Proceedings of the Kansai Linguistic Society 18, 230-240. Osaka: Kansai Linguistic Society.

Weijer, J.M. van de (1998). Review of I.M. Roca (ed.) (1997), Derivations and Constraints in Phonology. Oxford: Clarendon Press. GLOT International 3.4, 22-23.

Weijer, J.M. van de (1996). Review of M.E. Kidda (1993), Tangale Phonology – A Descriptive Analysis. Berlin: Dietrich Reimer. Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 17, 101-105.

Visch, E.A.M. and J.M. van de Weijer (1995). Sound Book. Review of M.J. Kenstowicz (1995), Phonology in Generative Grammar. Cambridge, Mass. and Oxford: Blackwell. GLOT International 1.2, 18-19.

Weijer, J.M. van de (1994). Review of J.I. Hualde (1991) Basque Phonology. London: Routledge. Sprachtypologie und Universalienforschung 47, 225-230.

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Talks


Weijer, J.M. van de (2017). The nature and nurture of language. Keynote address, First Biennial International Conference on Linguistics (BICL 17), Shanghai International Studies University, Shanghai.

Sloos, M., Y.Y. Ran & J.M. van de Weijer (2017). Extreme coarticulation in Huangyan Taizhou. First Biennial International Conference on Linguistics (BICL 17), Shanghai International Studies University, Shanghai.

Weijer, J.M. van de, M. Sloos & Y.Y. Ran (2017). Tone-segment interaction in Huangyan Taizhou (Wu). Paper presented at GLOW Workshop: The Interface Within - What Relationships Hold between Prosody and Melody?, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Sloos, M., Y.Y. Ran & J.M. van de Weijer (2017). Extreme coarticulation in Huangyan Taizhou. Paper presented at Linguistics in the Netherlands, Utrecht, the Netherlands.

Ran, Y.Y., M. Sloos & J.M. van de Weijer (2017). Cantonese tones in English intonation. Paper presented at Linguistics in the Netherlands, Utrecht, the Netherlands.

Hoekstra, E., A. Merkuur, M. Sloos & J.M. van de Weijer (2017). Analogie, frequentie en de mentale representatie van paradigma’s [Analogy, frequency and the mental representation of paradigms]. Paper presented at Linguistics in the Netherlands, Utrecht, the Netherlands.

Wu, M., J.M. van de Weijer & M. Sloos (2016). The Perception of the English Alveolar-velar Nasal Coda Contrast by Monolingual versus Bilingual Chinese Speakers. Paper presented at the 10th International Symposium on Chinese Spoken Language Processing (ISCSLP 2016), Tianjin, China (October 2016).

Wu. M., M. Sloos & J.M. van de Weijer (2016). The Perception of the English Alveolar-velar Nasal Coda Contrast by Monolingual versus Bilingual Chinese Speakers. Paper presented at the Third Workshop on Chinese Accents and Accented Chinese. Fudan University, Shanghai, China (October 2016).

Sloos, M., Ran, Y. & J.M. van de Weijer (2016). Taizhou: A Preliminary Investigation. Paper presented at the Third Workshop on Chinese Accents and Accented Chinese. Fudan University, Shanghai, China (October 2016).

Ran, Y. & J.M. van de Weijer (2016). Monosyllables in English and Chinese. Poster presented at the 8th International Conference in Evolutionary Linguistics, Bloomington, Indiana (USA) (August 2016).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2016). (1) Acquisition of Optimality Theory, (2) Acquisition in Optimality Theory. Third Tongji Summer School in Phonetics and Phonology, Tongji University (July 2016).

Sloos, M., J.M. van de Weijer & M. Yan (2016). Accents in Danish: A Perceptual Study. Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of the Netherlands, University of Utrecht (Netherlands) (February 2016).

Weijer, J.M. van & Yu, W. (2015). Towards Automatic Interpreting. Friday Linguistic Salon, Shanghai International Studies University (December 2015).

Ran, Y. & J.M. van de Weijer (2015). On L2 English Intonation Patterns by Mandarin and Shanghainese Speakers: A Pilot Study. Workshop Chinese Accents and Accented Chinese 2, Shanghai (October 2015).

Wu, M. & J.M. van de Weijer (2015). The Perception of the English Nasal Coda Contrast by Bilingual Changsha Chinese Learners of English. O-COCOSDA/CASLRE 2015, Shanghai (October 2015).

Weijer, J.M. van de and M. Tzakosta (2015). What does it Take to Learn *COMPLEX? Evidence from Greek L1 Developmental Data. 12th International Conference on Greek Linguistics, Free University of Berlin (Germany) (September 2015).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2014). Higher Education in the Netherlands. Shanghai International Studies University (December 2014).

Sloos, M. and J.M. van de Weijer (2014). What can Adult Speech Tell us about Child Language Acquisition? Friday Linguistic Salon, Shanghai International Studies University (October 2014) and Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of the Netherlands, University of Utrecht (Netherlands) (February 2015).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2014). The Role of Universal Grammar in Second Language Acquisition. Workshop Chinese Accents and Accented Chinese, Fudan University (October 2014).

Nishihara, T. and J.M. van de Weijer (2014). On the Development of Final [r] in British English. The 39th Meeting of the Kansai Linguistic Society, Osaka: Osaka University (June 2014).

Weijer, J.M. van de and M. Sloos (2014). The  Four Tones of Mandarin Chinese: Representation and Acquisition. Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of the Netherlands, University of Utrecht (The Netherlands) (February 2014) and Friday Linguistic Salon, Shanghai International Studies University (June 2014).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2013). On the Origin of Constraints. Friday Linguistic Salon, Shanghai International Studies University (April 2013) and Nijmegen Phonology Workshop (November 2013).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2013). The Sounds and Rules of Dutch. Shanghai International Studies University (April 2013).

Weijer, J.M. van de and M. Sloos (2013). Acquiring Markedness Constraints: The Case of French. Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of the Netherlands, University of Utrecht (The Netherlands) (February 2013). Also at Manchester Phonology Meeting (May 2013) and Nijmegen Child Phonology Conference (June 2013).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2012). Learning Constraints: The Case of English Initial Consonant Clusters. College of English Language and Literature, Shanghai International Studies University (December 2012).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2012). Learning Constraints. Friday Linguistic Salon, Shanghai International Studies University (November 2012).

Weijer, J.C. van de, J.M. van de Weijer and B. Yan (2012). Proper-Name Identification. Poster. Speech Prosody 2012, Tongji University, Shanghai (May 2012). Also at Friday Linguistic Salon, Shanghai International Studies University (May 2012).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2011). Rendaku in the Combined Theory. NINJAL International Conference on Phonetics and Phonology. Kyoto (Japan) (keynote speech; invited) (December 2011).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2011). Grammar as Selection: Combining Optimality with Exemplar Theory. Tongji University Summer School in Phonology (August 2011).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2011). Underspecification in Optimality Theory. Tongji University Summer School in Phonology (August 2011).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2011). Free Variation is not Free. Friday Linguistic Salon, Shanghai International Studies University (May 2011).

Nishihara, T. and J.M. van de Weijer (2011). On the Role of Adjacency in Morphological Stress Shift. ELSJ 4th International Spring Forum 2011, Hamamatsu, Japan (April 2011).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2011). Grammar as Selection. National Chung Cheng University, Chiayi (Taiwan) (invited) (January 2011).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2011). Segment Inventories and Segmental Structure. National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu (Taiwan) (invited) (January 2011).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2010). Segment Inventories and Segmental Structure. Friday Linguistic Salon, Shanghai International Studies University (December 2010).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2010). Segmental Variation in Japanese. The 141st Meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan, Tohoku University, Sendai City (Japan) (November 2010).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2010). Derivation and Inflection in English Morphology. Miyagi University of Education, Sendai City (Japan) (November 2010).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2010). Grammar as Selection: Deriving the Alternation Condition. Meeting of the Modern Linguistic Society of Korea, Mokwon University, Daejeon (Korea) (November 2010).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2010). Grammar as Selection (invited; keynote lecture). China's 13th International Conference on Contemporary Linguistics, Shanghai (October 2010).

Falaknaz, F. and J.M. van de Weijer (2010). Pronunciation Errors in Learners' Interlanguage. Eighth International Conference of the Teaching English Language and Literature Society of Iran (TELLSI), Al Zahrah University, Tehran (Iran) (October 2010).

Chen, S. and J.M. van de Weijer (2010). Consonant-Vowel Interaction in Sichuan Chinese: An OT Analysis. The First International Phonetics-Phonology Conference in Shanghai (IPPCS I) (May 2010).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2010). Interaction between Tone and Nasality. Shanghai International Studies University.

Weijer, J.M. van de (2009). Experimental Optimality Theory. Workshop at the Phonology Forum, Kobe University, Kobe (Japan) (invited) (August 2009).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2008). Autonomy, Harmony, Typology: OT and ET. Phonology Forum, August 2008, Kanazawa City (Japan) (invited; keynote lecture).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2008). A Theory of Everything in Linguistics. Dalian Foreign Language University, Dalian (China) May 2008 (invited).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2007). Communication is only Possible because we have Grammar. Northeast Normal University, Changchun (China), July 2007 (invited).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2007). Compromising in the Communication Conflict: The Demands of Speakers, the Demands of Listeners and what to do about it. Shenzhen University, Shenzhen (China), April 2007 (invited).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2005). I Love Lazy. University of the Aegean, Rhodos (Greece), April 2005 (invited).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2005). Voicing in Turkish. University of the Aegean (Greece), April 2005 (invited)

Weijer, J.M. van de (2004). De Lof der Luiheid. HIVT, University of Antwerp, November 2004 (invited).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2004). Complex Segments - A Cross-Linguistic Survey. University of Leipzig, Leipzig (Germany), May 2004 (invited).

Weijer, J.M. van de and F. Hinskens (2004). Markedness and Segmental Complexity: A Cross-Linguistic Study. GLOW Phonology Workshop, Thessaloniki (Greece), April 2004.

Weijer, J.M. van de and F. Hinskens (2004). Phonetics and Phonology of Segmental Complexity: Distribution, Status and Economy. DGfS workshop, Mainz (Germany), February 2004 (invited).

Weijer, J.M. van de and F. Hinskens (2004). Patterns of Segmental Complexity in Consonantal Inventories. TINdag Utrecht, February 2004.

Hermans, B. and J.M. van de Weijer (2003). Dutch meets Hungarian meets Russian: Representations meet Constraints. NWO-OTKA Meeting, Budapest (Hungary), December 2003 (invited).

Rhee, S.J. and J.M. van de Weijer (2003). Epenthesis of [I] in Native and Loanword Korean Phonology. The 2nd Korean International Conference on Phonology, Seoul (Korea) (June 2003).

Hinskens, F. and J.M. van de Weijer (2003). Segmental Modification in Consonant Inventories. Distribution, Status and Economy. University of Barcelona (Spain), May 2003 (invited) and Tilburg University, September 2003 (invited).

Weijer, J.M. van de and F. Hinskens (2003). Segmental Modification and Feature Economy. ERSS Workshop, Bordeaux (France), March 2003 (invited).

Hinskens, F. and J.M. van de Weijer (2003). Patterns of Segmental Modification in Consonant Inventories. Contrast vs. Redundancy and Phonology vs. Phonetics. TINdag Utrecht, February 2003.

Berg, B.L. van den and J.M. van de Weijer (2002). Dutch Diminutives: Deventer and Beyond. Morfologiedagen, Meertens Institute, December 2002 (invited).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2002). Voicing in Japanese. Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study, Wassenaar, October 2002.

Weijer, J.M. van de and F. Hinskens (2002). Patterns of Segmental Modification in Consonant Inventories: Contrastive vs. Redundant Systems. LP2002, Tokyo (Japan), September 2002 (invited).

Weijer, J.M. van de (2002). An Optimality Theoretical Analysis of the Dutch Diminutive. TINdag 2002 and Groningen Linguistics Colloquium (invited).

Tzakosta, M. and J.M. van de Weijer (2002). On the Role of Phonological, Morphological and Semantic Headedness in Acquisition. GLIP 4, Warsaw (Poland), March 2002.

Butskhrikidze, M. and J.M. van de Weijer (2001). On the Behaviour of Affricates in Georgian. TINdag Utrecht and University of British Columbia in Vancouver (invited).

Butskhrikidze, M. and J.M. van de Weijer (2000). On the Formal Representation of Metathesis in Phonological Theory: v-Metathesis in Modern Georgian. Dfg Meeting Düsseldorf (invited), Tilburg University (invited) and University of British Columbia in Vancouver (invited).

Weijer, J.M. van de (1998). On Analogical Change. Meeting of the Phonological Society of Japan, Kobe (Japan) (invited).

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