Part-Time Lecturer in Linguistics
PhD Candidate, Theoretical Linguistics, MIT
Areas of Research/Interest:
Phonological theory; tone; the interaction between phonology and morphology; opacity; phonetics; African languages (especially Bantu, e.g. Swahili and Kinande); Bantu tense and aspect
Jones, Patrick Jackson (2011, under revision): The Phonological Stem in Kinande.
Jones, Patrick Jackson (2011). Glide formation in Kinande does not neutralize an underlying ATR contrast. In Selected Proceedings of the 41st Annual Conference on African Linguistics. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project.
Jones, Patrick Jackson (2010). New Evidence for a Phonological Stem Domain in Kinande. In Proceedings of the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics 28. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project.
Jones, Patrick Jackson (2009). Accounting for arbitrary syncretism in the verbal system of Kinande. Ms, MIT.
Flemming, Edward and Patrick Jones (2006). Cues to stop place in Stop-Liquid clusters. Poster presented at 152nd Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Hart, Sean and Jones, Patrick (2001). Fiber Optic Quantum Counter Probe for Incident Excitation Energy Correction in Fluorescence Measurements. Applied Spectroscopy 55, 1717-1724.