Published online by Cambridge University Press: 03 August 2015
Some general questions about the role of constituency in sentence phonology and phonetics have informed research since Chomsky & Halle (1968) first put forward the hypothesis that the phonological representation of a sentence is in part a function of its syntactic representation.
We greatly appreciate all the help from the editors of Phonology, and have benefited from their knowledge and experience in every step of the process in preparing this thematic issue. We also thank the reviewers for helpful feedback on all the papers submitted to the issue. This work was partially supported by a National Science Foundation Grant #BCS-1147083 to Elisabeth Selkirk (‘The effects of syntactic constituency on the phonology and phonetics of tone’). The initial idea of putting this issue together was aired at the ‘Syntax–phonology interface from a cross-linguistic perspective’ workshop, held at the Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, Berlin in November 2012 with support from a postdoctoral fellowship to Seunghun J. Lee, generously funded by the Volkswagen Foundation and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
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