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Bilde av Krämer, Martin
Department of Language and Culture martin.kramer@uit.no +4777646501 Tromsø SVHUM E 1010

Martin Krämer


Professor


  • Laura J. Downing, Martin Krämer :
    Domains and directionality in Kinande vowel harmony: a Correspondence approach
    Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 2022 ARKIV / DOI
  • Martin Krämer :
    Complex onsets and coda markedness in Persian
    Nordlyd 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Antonio Fábregas, Martin Krämer :
    Why prefixes (almost) never participate in vowel harmony
    Evolutionary Linguistic Theory 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Martin Krämer, Draga Zec :
    Nasal consonants, sonority, and syllable phonotactics: the dual nasal hypothesis
    Phonology 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Chris Golston, Martin Krämer :
    Diphthongs are micro-feet: Prominence and sonority in the nucleus
    Proceedings of the Annual Meetings on Phonology 2020 ARKIV / DOI
  • Antonio Fábregas, Martin Krämer, Anna Vulane :
    On exceptional stress assignment in Latvian: the case of prefixes
    Journal of Baltic Studies 2018 DOI
  • Martin Krämer, Barbara Vogt :
    Alignment and locality in the typology of affixing language games
    The Linguistic Review 2018 DOI
  • Martin Krämer :
    Current issues and directions in Optimality Theory — Constraints and their interaction
    Routledge 2018 DOI
  • Martin Krämer :
    Is vowel nasalisation phonological in English? A systematic review
    English Language and Linguistics 2018 DOI
  • Nazarré Merchant, Martin Krämer :
    The Holographic Principle: Typological analysis using lower dimensions
    Proceedings of the Annual Meetings on Phonology 2018 OMTALE / ARKIV / DOI
  • Olga Urek, Roberts Dargis, Dace Markus, Martin Krämer :
    Articulation accuracy in monolingual Latvian-speaking preschoolers: results of a large-scale population study
    Linguistica Lettica 2017
  • Joe Collins, Martin Krämer :
    Crazy rules and grounded constraints
    Chicago Linguistic Society 2016
  • Martin Krämer :
    Italian
    Walter de Gruyter (De Gruyter) 2022 DOI
  • Kate Zhakun, Martin Krämer :
    Russian sonority reversals. Do they really exist?
    2021
  • Laura Downing, Martin Krämer :
    Phrasal vowel harmony: The view from Africa
    2021
  • Matias Myhre, Martin Krämer :
    The weight and representation of Ryukyuan Miyako onsets. Initial geminate moraicity, markedness, and sonority
    2021 FULLTEKST
  • Hanna Piliavets, Martin Krämer, Bjørn Lundquist :
    Retroflexion of rhotic-plus-sibilant sequences at word junctions in Northern Norwegian dialects
    2021
  • Martin Krämer :
    The interaction of tone, weight, and stress in Latvian
    2021
  • Martin Krämer :
    Appendicitis and other inflammatory diseases at the left syllable margin
    2021
  • Martin Krämer :
    Word-initial sibilants and prenuclear syllable structure
    2021
  • Martin Krämer :
    Degenerate syllables and excrescent vowels. Evidence from Yuman
    2021
  • Tianjiao Huang, Martin Krämer, Jardar Eggesbø Abrahamsen :
    Tonal accents realization in Norwegian speakers' English production: Do Norwegians transfer their tonal accents?
    2020
  • Martin Krämer :
    In the grey zone of the sonority hierarchy
    2020
  • Olga Urek, Martin Krämer :
    Research collaboration between Latvia and Norway
    2019
  • Martin Krämer, Draga Zec :
    The variable vocalic nature of syllabic consonants
    2019
  • Martin Krämer :
    Interacting sonority hierarchies
    2019
  • Martin Krämer, Chris Golston :
    Sonority and prominence in diphthongs
    2019
  • Martin Krämer, Chris Golston, Peter Guekguezian :
    Yokuts lexically specific phonology in Direct OT
    2019
  • Jordina Nogués-Graell, Martin Krämer :
    Vowel Reduction in Catalan Varieties. Catalan typologies and property analysis
    2019
  • Magnus Lehn, Martin Krämer :
    The Phonology of Flapping in Norwegian Function Words A prosodic analysis of Norwegian clitics
    2019
  • Joe Collins, Martin Krämer :
    Neural Attractors and Phonology. What the sound patterns of language can tell us about the brain
    2019
  • Martin Krämer, Draga Zec :
    The gradient categorical vocalic behavior of syllabic consonants
    2019
  • Chris Golston, Martin Krämer :
    The internal structure of diphthongs: Prominence and sonority in the nucleus
    2019
  • Olga Urek, Martin Krämer :
    Testing suprasegmental complexity in preschool children acquiring Latvian
    2018
  • Draga Zec, Martin Krämer :
    Syllable codas, consonantal manner, and the sonority hierarchy
    2018
  • Martin Krämer, Olga Urek :
    Appendices, complex onsets, and sonority in the acquisition of Latvian
    2018
  • Martin Krämer, Ekaterina Fedorova :
    Variable stress in Russian truncated adjectives
    2018
  • Kate Zhakun, Martin Krämer :
    Variable stress in Russian truncated adjectives.
    2018
  • Anna Katharina Pilsbacher, Martin Krämer, Gillian C Ramchand :
    Prepositional Phrase Attachment Ambiguities in German. A Cross-dialectal Experimental Study
    2018
  • Olga Urek, Martin Krämer :
    Acquisition of syllable structure in Latvian: an experimental investigation
    2018
  • Chris Golston, Martin Krämer :
    Yokuts templates are not emergent
    2018
  • Martin Krämer, Olga Urek, Kate Zhakun :
    Syllable Structure – Acquisition, Loss, Typology
    2018
  • Martin Krämer, Nazarré Merchant :
    Formal properties of stringent constraint systems
    2017
  • Martin Krämer, Draga Zec :
    Think positive: Manners at the interface to suprasegmental phonology
    2017
  • Martin Krämer, Laura Downing :
    Kinande phrasal harmony — gradient phonetic anticipation or phonological domino?
    2017
  • Martin Krämer, Draga Zec :
    Coda typology, the sonority myth, and positive markedness
    2017
  • Martin Krämer, Laura Downing :
    Kinande phrasal harmony as word boundary demolition
    2017
  • Anastasia Gostkowski (Starchuk), Martin Krämer :
    Segmental Substitution in French Loanwords in Norwegian
    2017
  • Martin Krämer :
    The distribution and representation of Latvian syllable intonations
    2016
  • Martin Krämer, Draga Zec :
    Relativized Sonority: Nasal adaptivity in syllable phonotactics
    2016

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