Bradley McDonnell

Ph.D.
2016

Specialization

Austronesian linguistics, documentary linguistics, morphology, syntax, grammar and discourse, phonetics-phonology

Education

2002 B.A., History, Arizona State University
2003 MTESL, Arizona State University
2010 M.A., Linguistics,  Arizona State University

Projects

  • Causative/applicative syncretism in Besemah
  • Noun modifying clause constructions in Besemah
  • Documentation of Besemah (Malayic, Indonesia)
  • Acoustic correlates of stress in Besemah 
  • Velarization in Shona (Bantu, Zimbabwe)

Publications

Gordon, Matthew, Edita Ghushchyan, Bradley McDonnell, Daisy Rosenblum, & Patricia Shaw (2012) Sonority and central vowels: A cross-linguistic phonetic study. In Steve Parker (ed.) The Sonority Controversy. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter. 

McDonnell, Bradley (2009) A preliminary description of Ende phonology. Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society 2: 197–228.

McDonnell, Bradley (2008) A conservative vowel phoneme inventory: The case of Besemah.Oceanic Linguistics 47(2): 409–432.