Research outputs

Datasets:

Books:

  • Hellmuth, S. (under contract) Intonation in Spoken Arabic Dialects. Oxford University Press.

Articles and book chapters:

  • Hellmuth, S. (accepted). Prosodic variation in Arabic. In E. Al-Wer, & U. Horesh (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Arabic Sociolinguistics. Routledge.
  • Hellmuth, S. (in press). Text-tune alignment in Tunisian Arabic yes-no questions. In M. Cruz, S. Frota, & P. Oliveira (Eds.), Prosodic variation (with)in languages: Intonation, phrasing and segments. (Studies in Phonetics and Phonology). Equinox.
  • Hellmuth, S. (2016). Explorations at the syntax-phonology interface in Arabic. In S.Davis & U. Soltan (Eds.), Perspectives on Arabic Linguistics: Proceedings of the 27th Arabic Linguistics Symposium, Bloomington Indiana February 28th - March 2nd 2013. Amsterdam: John Benjamin.
  • Hellmuth, S. (2014). Dialectal variation in Arabic intonation: motivations for a multi-level corpus approach. In S.Farwaneh & H. Ouali (Eds.), Perspectives on Arabic Linguistics (pp. 63-89). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Peer-reviewed conference papers:

Conference presentations:

  • Bouchhioua, N., Hellmuth, S. & Almbark, R. (2017) Variation in prosodic and segmental marking of yes-no questions in Tunisian Arabic. 12th Conference of Association Internationale de Dialectologie Arabe (AIDA), Aix Marseille University (France), 2017
  • Almbark, R. & Hellmuth, S. (2013). A typology of word stress in Arabic dialects: phonetic correlates and rhythmic variation. (Paper at 'Word stress: dialectal variation and perception', a workshop of the 19th Internationl Congress of Linguistics, July 21-27th 2013, Geneva).
  • Hellmuth, S. & Almbark, R. (2013). A call for conventions (to accompany prosodic transcriptions) [Poster at 'Advancing Prosodic Transcription II, Lisbon June 24th 2013].
  • Hellmuth, S. & Almbark, R. (2012). Stimulus design and transcription issues in cross-varietal investigation of spoken Arabic prosody. [Poster at Advancing Prosodic Transcription workshop, Stuttgart July 27th 2012].

A full list of IVAr activities is regularly updated in the York Research Database.