Coyote Papers 10 (2000) consists of eight papers on various topics in phonological theory.
Fountain, Amy, Sean Hendricks, Sachiko Ohno, Mizuki Miyashita, and Debbie Cole (eds.). Full volume. [download]
Carter, Allyson. Featural morphology: Evidence from Muna irrealis affixation. [download]
Cole, Deborah L. Sound symbolism as a purposive function of culturally situated speech: A look at the use of ideophones in Tsonga. [download]
Elzinga, Dirk. Fronting and palatalization in two dialects of Shoshoni. [download]
Hammond, Michael. There is no lexicon! [download]
Maye, Jessica. Trisyllabic shortening and two affix classes. [download]
Meek, B. A. Augmentation and correspondence: A reanalysis of Nancowry reduplication. [download]
Meek, Barbra and Sean Hendricks. Anchoring and reduplicative identity: Cases from Nancowry and Koasati. [download]
Miyashita, Mizuki. Sequential Grounding and consonant-vowel interaction. [download]
Fountain, Amy, Sean Hendricks, Sachiko Ohno, Mizuki Miyashita, and Debbie Cole (eds.), Coyote Papers 10: Working Papers in Linguistics.