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  • Samuels, B.D., Andersson, S., Sayeed, O., & Vaux, B. (To appear, 2022) 'Getting ready for primetime: paths to acquiring substance-free phonology.' Canadian Journal of Linguistics.
  • Schuler, R., Bugacov, A., Hacia, J., Ho, T-V., Iwata, J., Pearlman, L., Samuels, B.D., Williams, C., Zhao, Z., Kesselman, C., and Chai, Y. (To appear, 2022) 'FaceBase: A community-driven hub for data intensive research.' Journal of Dental Research.
  • Bruhn, K., Samuels, B.D., & Vaux, B. (2022) ‘Phonological knowledge and perceptual epenthesis.’ In L. Grestenberger, C. Reiss, H.A. Fellner, & G.Z. Pantillon (eds.), Ha! Linguistic studies in honor of Mark R. Hale. Wiesbaden: Reichert.
  • Samuels, B.D. & Vaux, B. (2020) 'Silence-cued stop perception: split decisions.' In Hagen, Hjelde, Stjernholm, & Vagnsnes (eds.), Bauta: Janne Bondi Johannessen in memoriam. Oslo Studies in Language 11(2): 393-409.
  • Samuels BD, Aho R, Brinkley JF, Bugacov A, Feingold E, Fisher S, Gonzalez-Reiche AS, Hacia JG, Hallgrimsson B, Hansen K, Harris MP, Ho TV, Holmes G, Hooper JE, Jabs EW, Jones KL, Kesselman C, Klein OD, Leslie EJ, Li H, Liao EC, Long H, Lu N, Maas RL, Marazita ML, Mohammed J, Prescott S, Schuler R, Selleri L, Spritz RA, Swigut T, van Bakel H, Visel A, Welsh I, Williams C, Williams TJ, Wysocka J, Yuan Y, Chai Y. (2020) 'FaceBase 3: Analytical Tools and FAIR Resources for Craniofacial and Dental Research.' Development 147: dev191213. doi: 10.1242/dev.191213

  • Samuels, B.D. & Vaux, B. (2019) 'Mongolic dorsals are truly epenthetic.' Manuscript available in Radical: A Journal of Phonology.
  • Vaux, B. & Samuels, B.D. (2018) ‘Abstract underlying representations in phonological theory.’ In D. Brentari & J. Lee (eds.), Shaping Phonology, 146-181. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Samuels, B.D., ed. (2017) Beyond markedness in formal phonology. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2017) 'Vocalic shifts in Attic-Ionic Greek.' Papers in Historical Phonology 2: 88-115. doi: 10.2218/pihph.2.2017.1908
  • Samuels, B.D., Martins, P.T., & Boeckx, C. (2017) 'Linguistic knowledge by descent: an evolutionary approach to stress typology.' Journal of the Phonetic Society of Japan 21(1): 73-78. (Feature article for special issue, 'Excavating phonetic/phonological fossils in language: current trends in evolutionary linguistics')
  • Theofanopoulou, C., Gastaldon, S., O'Rourke, T., Samuels, B.D., Martins, P.T., Delogu, F., Alamri, S. and Boeckx, C. (2017) 'Self-domestication in Homo sapiens: Insights from comparative genomics.' PLoS ONE 12(10): e0185306. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0185306  [Supersedes BioRXiv 125799, doi: 10.1101/125799]
  • Vaux, B. & Samuels, B.D. (2017) 'Consonant epenthesis and markedness.' In B.D. Samuels (ed.), Beyond markedness in formal phonology, 69-99. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Brinkley, J.F. et al. [as part of the FaceBase Consortium] (2016) ‘The FaceBase Consortium: A comprehensive resource for craniofacial researchers.Development 143: 2677-2688. doi: 10.1242/dev.135434
  • Samuels, B.D., Hauser, M.D., & Boeckx, C. (2016) ‘Looking for UG in animals: a case study in phonology.’ In I. Roberts (ed.), The Oxford handbook of Universal Grammar, 527-546. Oxford: OUP. doi: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199573776.013.22
  • Samuels, B.D. (2015) ‘Can a bird brain do phonology?Frontiers in Psychology 6: 1082. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01082
  • Samuels, B.D. (2015) ‘Biolinguistics in phonology: a prospectus.Phonological Studies 18: 161-171.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2015) ‘Stem-level vs. word-level effects: can a structural analysis succeed?’ Proceedings of NELS 45, vol. 3, 29-38.
  • Vaux, B. & Samuels, B.D. (2015) ‘Explaining vowel systems: Dispersion Theory vs. natural selection.’ The Linguistic Review 32(3): 573-599.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2014) ‘A tale of 2(nd position) clitics.’ In R.E. Santana-LaBarge (ed.), Proceedings of WCCFL 31, 381-390. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2014) ‘On the biological origins of linguistic identity.’ In K. Nasukawa & H. van Riemsdijk (eds.), Identity relations in grammar, 341-364. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2014) Review of A.C.L. Yu (ed.), The origins of sound change. Diachronica 31(2): 291-297.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2014) ‘Attic reversion.’ In G. Giannakis (ed.), Encyclopedia of Ancient Greek Language & Linguistics. Leiden: Brill.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2014) ‘Labiovelars.’ In G. Giannakis (ed.), Encyclopedia of Ancient Greek Language & Linguistics. Leiden: Brill.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2014) ‘Merger.’ In G. Giannakis (ed.), Encyclopedia of Ancient Greek Language & Linguistics. Leiden: Brill.
  • Lohndal, T. & Samuels, B.D. (2013) ‘Linearizing empty edges.’ In R. Folli, C. Sevdali, & R. Truswell (eds.), Syntax & its limits, 66-79. Oxford: OUP.
  • Samuels, B.D. & Narita, H. (2013) ‘Phasing out projection: considerations from the syntax-phonology interface. Linguistic Analysis 38(3-4): 357-391.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2012) ‘The emergence of phonological forms.’ In A.M. Di Sciullo (ed.), Towards a biolinguistic understanding of grammar: essays on interfaces, 193-213. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2012) ‘Animal minds & the roots of human language.’ In C. Boeckx, M.C. Horno, & J.L. Mendívil (eds.), Language, from a biological point of view, 290- 313. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2012) ‘Consequences of phases for morphophonology.’ In Á.J. Gallego (ed.), Phases: developing the framework, 251-282. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2011) Phonological architecture: a biolinguistic perspective. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2011) ‘A minimalist program for phonology.’ In C. Boeckx (ed.), The Oxford handbook of linguistic minimalism, 574-594. Oxford: OUP.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2011) Review of D. Embick, Localism vs. globalism in morphology & phonology. Journal of Linguistics 47(3): 714-719.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2010) ‘The topology of infixation & reduplication.’ The Linguistic Review 27(2): 131-176.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2010) ‘Phonological derivation by phase: evidence from Basque.Proceedings of the 33rd Penn Linguistics Conference (Penn Working Papers in Linguistics 16.1): 166-175.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2010) ‘The evolving science of language evolution.’ Review of W.T.S. Fitch, The evolution of language. Biolinguistics 4(4): 377-381.

  • Samuels, B.D. (2009) The structure of phonological theory. PhD dissertation, Harvard University.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2009) ‘Structure & specification in harmony.’ Proceedings of NELS 38, vol. 2: 283-296.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2009) ‘On the Left Periphery in Anatolian.’ Linguistic Analysis 35: 275- 298.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2009) ‘The Third Factor in phonology.Biolinguistics 3(2-3): 355-382.
  • Vaux, B. & Samuels, B.D. (2005) ‘Laryngeal markedness & aspiration.’ Phonology 22(3): 395-436.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2007) ‘On Evolutionary Phonology.’ Review of J. Blevins, Evolutionary phonology. Biolinguistics 1: 118-122.
  • Samuels, B.D. (2006) Nothing to lose but their chains: rethinking vocalic chain shifting. A.B./A.M. thesis, Harvard University. Winner of the Thomas T. Hoopes Prize.
  • Director of Phonology for C. Maxwell (2006), The Spell It Right Dictionary (American English). London: Berlitz.
  • Director of Phonology for C. Maxwell (2005), The Dictionary of Perfect Spelling (British English). Edinburgh: Barrington Stoke.