publications

JOURNAL AND PROCEEDINGS PUBLICATIONS 

Morris, J.; Hejná, M. Submitted. “Pre-aspiration in Bethesda Welsh: a sociophonetic analysis”.

Sheena, Y.; Hejná, M.;  Adi, Y.; Keshet, J. Accepted. “Automatic measurement of pre-aspiration”. Interspeech 2017, Stockholm.

Jatteau, A.; Hejná, M. 2016. “Dissimilation can be gradient: evidence from Aberystwyth English“. Papers in Historical Phonology 1: 359-86.

Hejná, M.; Palo, P.; Moisik, S. 2016. “Glottal squeaks in VC sequences”. INTERSPEECH 2016, San Francisco. 1136-40.

Hejná, M. 2016. “Multiplicity of the acoustic correlates of the fortis-lenis contrast: plosives in Aberystwyth English”. INTERSPEECH 2016, San Francisco. 3147-51.

Hejná, M.; Scanlon, J. 2015. “New Laryngeal Allophony in Manchester English“. 18th ICPhS 2015, Glasgow.

Hejná, M. 2013. “Language(s) of The Owl and the Nightingale and EME Dialectology”. In Proceedings from Freond ic gemete wið: Perspectives on Medieval Britain. Language, Literature, Society. Eds H. Filipová, M. Hejná, and H. Znojemská. Cambridge Scholars: Newcastle upon Tyne. 33-51.

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EDITORSHIPS

Hejná, M.; Filipová, H.; Znojemská, H. 2013. Proceedings from Freond ic gemete wið: Perspectives on Medieval Britain. Language, Literature, Society. Cambridge Scholars: Newcastle upon Tyne.

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THESES

2015. Pre-aspiration in Welsh English: A case study of Aberystwyth; PhD thesis, supervised by Yuni Kim, Wendell Kimper, and Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero.

2012. Rhythmic Differences between Welsh English and the British Standard; MA thesis, supervised by Jan Volín.

2010. Ablaut in Word-formation vs Suffixation in Word-formatioin Diachrony; BA thesis, supervised by Jan Čermák.

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UNPUBLISHED MANUSCRIPTS

Hejná, M. 2016. “Pre-aspiration: manual on acoustic analyses 1.1“. Unpublished MS. Also archived on LingBuzz.

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