Emeritus Faculty: Glyne Piggott

Glyne Piggott , Emeritus Professor
Specializations: Phonological Theory, Historical Phonology, Morphology, Amerindian (Ojibwa)
PhD: University of Toronto

Contact Information

Email: glyne.piggott [at] mcgill.ca (Glyne Piggott)
Office: Peterson Hall, room 202
Phone: 514-398-4225

Major Publications

Piggott, Glyne. 2000. Against featural alignment. Journal of Linguistics 36.1: 85-129.

Piggott, Glyne. 1999. At the right edge of words. The Linguistic Review 16.2: 143-185.

Kessler, Martine and Glyne Piggott. 1999. Prosodic features of familial language impairment:  constraints on stress assignment. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica 51: 55-69.

Piggott, Glyne. 1998. Foot form and the parsing of weightless syllables. In M. Gruber, D. Higgins, K. Olson and T. Wysocki, eds., Papers  from the  34th Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society (CLS 34, Main Session),315-332. Chicago: Chicago Linguistics Society.

Humbert, Helga and Glyne Piggott. 1997. Representations and constraints:  The case of Guarani Nasal harmony.  In Geert Booij and Jeroen van de Weijer, eds., HIL Phonology Papers III, 219-256. The Hague: Holland Academic Graphics.