Readership: Theoretical phonologists and morphologists at professional and graduate level. Students taking in advanced courses in phonology or prosodic morphology.
"An excellent, clearly written and informative work that should be of great interest to any linguist interested in the phonology-morphology interface." - Adam Ussishkin, Phonology
"...this book represents an excellent example of three aspects of theoretical innovation...For this reader, the book has readily achieved its stated goal of wanting to engage and inspire readers to do more work in PM that examines and adopts proposals from morphology." - Suzanne Urbanczyk Linguistics
2: Prosodic Hierarchy-Based Templates
3: Morpheme-Based Templates
4: The Role of Phonology in Defining Canonical Form in MBT
5: Questions for Future Research and Conclusion