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    • Acoustics of Kalasha Laterals 

      Kochetov, Alexei, 1967-; Heegård Petersen, Jan; Arsenault, Paul (American Institute of Physics for the Acoustical Society of AmericaNew York, 2020)
      Kalasha, a Northwestern Indo-Aryan language spoken in a remote mountainous region of Pakistan, is relatively unusual among languages of the region as it has lateral approximants contrasting in secondary articulation—velarization ...
    • Kalasha (Bumburet Variety) 

      Kochetov, Alexei, 1967-; Arsenault, Paul; Heegård Petersen, Jan; Kalas, Sikandar; Kalash, Taj Khan (Cambridge University PressLondon, UK, 2021-12)
    • Retroflex Consonant Harmony: An Areal Feature in South Asia 

      Arsenault, Paul (De Gruyter MoutonBerlin, Germany, 2015)
      Retroflexion is a well-known areal feature of South Asia. Most South Asian languages, regardless of their genetic affiliation, contrast retroflex consonants with their non-retroflex dental counterparts. However, South Asian ...
    • Retroflexion in South Asia: Typological, Genetic, and Areal Patterns 

      Arsenault, Paul (De Gruyter MoutonBerlin, Germany, 2017)
      Retroflexion in South Asia has been the subject of at least two previous typological studies: Ramanujan and Masica (1969) and Tikkanen (1999). Despite their many virtues, these studies are limited by the size of their data ...
    • Two Types of Retroflex Harmony in Kalasha: Implications for Phonological Typology 

      Arsenault, Paul; Kochetov, Alexei, 1967- (Oxford University PressKarachi, 2022)
      Recent cross-linguistic surveys by Hansson (2001; 2010) and Rose & Walker (2004) have revealed that consonant harmony systems exhibit unique typological properties that set them apart from other assimilation patterns ...