Papers in sociolinguistics
Nagy, N. (1996) Contact-induced language change in the Faetar speech community. Paper to be presented at LSA 1996, San Diego.
Blondeau, H., M. Fonollosa, L. Gagnon, G. Sankoff, and
P. Thibault. (1994)
Variation in the use of discourse markers in a language contact situation. Paper presented at NWAV23, Stanford.
Karins, K. and N. Nagy. (1993) An Experimental Method for Determining Grammaticality.
Penn Review of Linguistics 17.
Nagy, N. (in progress) Language Contact and Language Change in the Faetar Speech Community. University of Pennsylvania PhD dissertation.
Nagy, N. and B. Reynolds. (forthcoming) An OT Account of Word-final Deletion in Faetar Language Variation and Change 6.
Nagy, N. (1995)
Lexical Variation as an Indicator of Change in Progress?
Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Society of
Nagy, N. (1994) Language Contact and Change: Italian (?) Geminates in Faetar. Belgian Journal of Linguistics 9.
Nagy, N. (1993)
A Geographic Analysis of the Origins of Faetar. The Penn Review of Linguistics 17: 177-188.
Nagy, N. (1989) Haitian Creole Dartmouth College Honors Thesis.
Nagy, N., C. Moisset, and G. Sankoff. (1995) On the acquisition of variable phonology in L2. Paper presented at NWAVE 24.
Nagy, N. and B. Reynolds. (1993) Accounting for Word-final Deletion within Optimality Theory. To appear in the Proceedings of NWAV23, Stanford.
Reynolds, B. and N. Nagy. (1994) Phonological variation in Faetar: An Optimality Account.
Chicago Linguistics Society 30-II: Papers from the Parasession on Variation and Linguistic Theory. pp.277-292. Chicago.