- I-Language: An Introduction to Linguistics as Cognitive
by Daniela Isac and Charles Reiss. (2008) Oxford University Press. See companion
Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Interfaces edited by Gillian
Ramchand and Charles Reiss. (2007) Oxford University Press.
- Reduplication as projection. Accepted in Revue Roumaine de Linguistique. (with Marc Simpson).
- An I-Language Approach to Phonologization and Lexification. In Handbook of Historical Phonology, eds. Patrick Honeybone and Joseph Salmons. OUP. 2015. (with M. Kissock and M. Hale)
- Targeting underspecified segments: A formal analysis of feature changing and feature filling rules.(with Alan Bale and Maxime Papillon. Lingua 148:240-253. 2014.
- Rotuman 'phase' distinctions and the architecture of the grammar (with M. Kissock and M. Hale), a chapter in Phonology in the 2ist Century: In Honour ofGlyne Piggott, McGill, 2012 (published by McGill Linguistics online)
- Towards a bottom-up approach to phonological typology. 2012. In Towards a Biolinguistic Understanding of Grammar: Essays on Interfaces, ed. A.M. di Sciullo. John Benjamins. Pages 169-191.
- Constraining the Learning Path Without Constraints, or The OCP and NoBanana. In Rules, Constraints and Phonological Phenomena, A. Nevins & B. Vaux, (eds.) Oxford University Press. 2008.
Research Interests and CV
- Zenon Pylyshyn (1984:xxii):
- If you believe P, and you believe that P entails Q, then even if Q seems more than a little odd, you have some intellectual obligation to take seriously the possibility that Q may be true, nonetheless.
- Noam Chomsky (1966:42):
- An 'extended baboon' can indeed speak...
- Noam Chomsky, Review of Skinner:
- Everyone engaged in research must have had the experience of working with feverish and prolonged intensity to write a paper which no one else will read or to solve a problem which no one else thinks important and which will bring no conceivable reward--which may only confirm a general opinion that the researcher is wasting his time on irrelevancies. The fact that rats and monkeys do likewise is interesting and important to show in careful experiment.
- Santiago Ramón y Cajal, (1999/1916) Advice for a Young Investigator:
- Chapter 5—Diseases of the Will: Contemplators. Bibliophiles and polyglots. Megalomaniacs. Instrument addicts. Misfits. Theorists.