Swan, Julia Thomas (Accepted, March 13th, 2019). “The Low Back Merger Shift: A Change
in Progress in Vancouver, BC and Seattle, WA.” Invited paper in Publications of the
American Dialect Society The Low-Back-Merger Shift: Uniting the Canadian Vowel Shift,
the California Vowel Shift, and short front vowel shifts across North America.
Swan, Julia Thomas (Accepted, November 3rd, 2018). “Bag across the border: A comparison
of /æg/ raising in Seattle, WA and Vancouver, BC”
Swan, Julia Thomas and Molly Babel (2018). “Dialect Identification Across a Nation-State
Border: Perception of Dialectal Variants in Seattle, WA and Vancouver, BC,” Penn Working
Papers in Linguistics 24.2, Select papers from NWAV 46, Madison, WI.
Swan, Julia Thomas (2017). “Canadian Raising on the rise in Vancouver? A phonetic
comparison of Vancouver, BC and Seattle, WA,” Proceedings from the Annual Meeting
of the Canadian Linguistic Association, May 28th, 2017: Toronto, ON.
Swan, Julia Thomas (2016). “Canadian English in the Pacific Northwest: A phonetic
comparison of Vancouver, B.C. and Seattle, WA,” Proceedings from the Annual Meeting
of the Canadian Linguistic Association, May 28th, 2016: Calgary, AB.
Sumner, M., & Kataoka, R. (2013). Effects of phonetically-cued talker variation on
semantic encoding. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 134, EL485-EL491.
Wheeler, Rebecca and Julia Thomas (2013). “And Still The Children Suffer: The dilemma
of Standard English, social access and social justice.” JAC, volume 33, no. 1-2
Thomas, Julia and Timothy Grinsell (2012). “Finna as a Socially-Meaningful Quasi-Modal
in African American English.” Conference Proceedings of the Society on the Underrepresented
Languages of the Americas 7, eds. Hannah Greene.
Kataoka, R. (2011). Phonetic and Cognitive Bases of Sound Change. (Doctoral dissertation). University of California at Berkeley.
Thomas, Julia (2011). “Gender and /aɪ/ monophthongization in African American English,”
Berkeley Linguistics Society: Proceedings of the Annual Meeting: Issue 37.
Yu, Alan; Abrego-Collier, Carissa; Baglini, Rebekah; Grano, Tommy; Martinovic, Martina;
Otte, Charles III; Thomas, Julia; and Urban, Jasmin (2011) "Speaker Attitude and Sexual
Orientation Affect Phonetic Imitation," University of Pennsylvania Working Papers
in Linguistics: Vol. 17: Iss. 1, Article 26. Available at: http://repository.upenn.edu/
Kataoka, R. (2010). Phonetic description of a three-way stop contrast in Northern
Paiute. UC Berkeley Phonology Lab Annual Report 2010, 316-347.
Kataoka, R. (2009). A study on perceptual compensation for /u/-fronting in American
English. Proceedings of the 35th annual meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society,
Kataoka, R., & Johnson, K. (2007). Frequency effects in cross-linguistic stop place
perception: A case of /t/-/k/ in Japanese and English. UC Berkeley Phonology Lab Annual
Report 2007, 273-301.