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to appear  “Condicionamento morfológico e lexical na varição fonológica.” In: C. Matzenauer & D. da Hora, eds. Variação fonológica e acquisição da linguagem. London: Routledge. (with Luiz Carlos Schwindt and Raquel Chaves)

to appear  “O tu em Brasília: Variação pronominal como marca de focalização do dialeto brasiliense.” In: A.H. Fiamengui, G. Oliveira-Codinhoto, L. Santana & M.H. Salomão-Conchalo, eds. Homenagem a Prof. Roberto Gomes Camacho.  São Paulo: xxx. (with Carolina Andrade and Marta Scherre)

to appear  “Sociolinguistics and second language teaching and learning.’ In: G. Clements, K. Sands, M. Petray & L. Santelman, eds. Linguistic foundations for second language teaching and learning. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

to appear  “Pesquisando a diversidade da língua portuguesa: questões linguísticas e sociais.”  In: S. F. Brandão & S. R. Vieira, eds. Para o estudo comparativo de variedades do Português: questões teórico-metodológicas e análises de dados. Berlin: De Gruyter Gruyter

2022    “Globalizing the study of language variation and change: a manifesto on cross-cultural sociolinguistics” (with Aria Adli).  Language and Linguistics Compass, Vol. 16, issue 5-6.

2022    “Indexicality and coherence.” In: K. Beaman and G.R. Guy, eds. The coherence of linguistic communities: Orderly heterogeneity and social meaning.  (first author, with Livia Oushiro and Ronald Mendes)

2022    “Introduction: the coherence of linguistic communities.” In: K. Beaman & G.R. Guy, eds. The coherence of linguistic communities: Orderly heterogeneity and social meaning. London: Routledge. (with Karen Beaman)

2021    “Alignment of individuals with community trends: Subjects from the Portuguese.”  In: K. Beaman and I. Buchstaller, eds. Language variation and language change across the lifespan: Theoretical and empirical perspectives from panel studies, pp 56-76.  New York:  Routledge. (with Maria da Conceição Paiva and Maria Eugenia Duarte)

2019 “Variation and Mental Representation”  In: D. Lightfoot and J. Havenhill, eds., Variable properties in language: Their nature and acquisition. Washington DC: Georgetown University Press.

2018 “Variable Grammars: Competence as a statistical abstraction from performance; Constructing theories from data” In: N. Shin & D. Erker, eds. Theoretical Primitives in Linguistic Inquiry: Papers in Honor of Ricardo Otheguy“.  Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

2017 “The African Diaspora in Latin America”  In C. Cutler, Z. Vrzic & P. Angermeyer, eds. Language Contact in Africa and the African Diaspora in the Americas. In honor of John V. Singler.  Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

2016   “Coherence, covariation, and bricolage.” Lingua Special Issue vol 172-173:1-9.  (Co-editor, with Frans Hinskens).

2015    “The effect of salience on co-variation in Brazilian Portuguese.” University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 21:2, Article 18. (second author, w. Livia Oushiro)

2014  “Linking usage and grammar: Generative phonology, exemplar theory, and variable rules.” Lingua 142:57-65.

2014  “Variation and change in Latin American Spanish and Portuguese.” In A. Carvalho and P. Amaral, eds. Portuguese/Spanish Interfaces. Philadelphia: Benjamins.

2013  “The cognitive coherence of sociolects: How do speakers handle multiple sociolinguistic variables?”  Journal of Pragmatics 52:63-71.

2013  “Words and numbers: statistical analysis in sociolinguistics.” In J. Holmes and K. Hazen, eds. Research Methods in Sociolinguistics. pp. 194-210. London: Wiley/Blackwell.

2012  “The role of lexical frequency in syntactic variability: Variable subject personal pronoun expression in Spanish.” Language 88(3): 526-557. (second author, with Daniel Erker).

2011  “Variation and Change.” In W. Maguire and A. McMahon, eds. Analyzing variation in English, pp. 178-198.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2011    “Variability.” In M. Van Oostendoorp, C.J. Ewen, E. Hume, K. Rice and C. Ewen, eds., The Blackwell Companion to Phonology.  London: Wiley/Blackwell.

2010  “Sociolinguistics and Formal Linguistics.”  In: Wodak, R., B. Johnstone & P. Kerswill (eds.). The Sage Handbook of Sociolinguistics.  Sage Publishing.

2008  “Endangered Language Varieties.”  In: King, K. A., Shilling-Estes, N., Lou, J., Fogle, L., and Soukup, B. (eds). Sustaining linguistic diversity: Endangered and minority languages and language varieties. Georgetown University Press. 53-66.

2007  “Variation and Phonological Theory”  In: R. Bayley & C. Lucas, eds. Sociolinguistic Variation: Theories, Methods, and Analysis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 5-23

1997    “Violable is variable: Optimality theory and linguistic variation.” Language Variation and Change. 9:333-348.

1997    “The obligatory contour principle and sociolinguistic variation.” Language Variation and Change 9:149-164. (lead author; with Charles Boberg).

1996    “Post-Saussurean linguistics: Towards an integrated theory of language.”   In M. Meyerhoff, ed. (N)WAVES and MEANS: A selection of papers from NWAVE 24  (University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 3:1), 1-24.

1996  “Form and function in linguistic variation“. In G. Guy, C. Feagin, J. Baugh, & D. Schiffrin, eds., Towards a Social Science of Language: Papers in honour of William Labov, vol. 1, 221-252. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

1995  “On the choice of relative pronouns in English.” Gregory R. Guy & Robert Bayley.  American Speech 70 (2) 148-162.

1992  “Contextual conditioning in variable lexical phonology.” Language Variation and Change 3: 223-239.

1991 “Explanation in variable phonology: An exponential model of morphological constraints” Language Variation and Change 3:1-22.

1990  “The sociolinguistic types of language.” Diachronica VII:1, 47-67.

1990  “The development of a morphological class.” With Sally Boyd. Language Variation and Change. 2:1-18.

1988    “Advanced VARBRUL analysis.”  In K. Ferrara, B. Brown, K. Walters & J. Baugh, eds. Linguistic change and contact: NWAV-XVI, 124-136. (Texas Linguistic Forum 30).  Austin: University of Texas, Department of Linguistics.

1986    “An intonational change in progress in Australian English.”  Language in Society 15 (1) 23-52. (Lead author; with B. Horvath, J. Vonwiller, E. Daisley, & I. Rogers.)

1981 “Linguistic Variation in Brazilian Portuguese” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania.  available from University Microfilms International.

1980    “Variation in the group and the individual: the case of final stop deletion.”   In W. Labov, ed., Locating Language in Time and Space, 1-36,  New York: Academic Press.