matthew.adam.wolf [at] gmail.com
I received my Ph.D. in linguistics from UMass Amherst in 2008 and subsequently held visiting and post-doc positions in the linguistics departments at Georgetown and Yale. Full details of my research and teaching career can be found in my CV.
Selected papers and handouts
Wolf, Matthew (2005). An autosegmental theory of quirky mutations. In John Alderete, Chung-Hye Han, and Alexei Kochetov (eds.), Procedings of the Twenty-Fourth West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project, pp. 370-378. Available as LingRef #1243.
Wolf, Matthew (2007). For an autosegmental theory of mutation. In Leah Bateman, Michael O'Keefe, Ehren Reilly, and Adam Werle (eds.), University of Massachusetts Occasional Papers in Linguistics 32: Papers in Optimality Theory III. Amherst: GLSA, pp. 315-404.
Wolf, Matthew (2007). What constraint connectives should be permitted in OT? In Michael Becker (ed.), University of Massachusetts Occasional Papers in Linguistics 36: Papers in Theoretical and Computational Phonology. Amherst: GLSA, pp. 151-179.
Wolf, Matthew (2007). Vice-versa as contrastive focus. Talk presented at 81st Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting, Anaheim. Handout
Wolf, Matthew (2008). Optimal Interleaving: Serial Phonology-Morphology Interaction in a Constraint-Based Model. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Wolf, Matthew (2009). Mutation and learnability in Optimality Theory. In Anisa Schardl, Martin Walkow, and Muhammad Abdurrahman (eds.), Proceedings of the Thirty-Eighth Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, vol. 2, pp. 469-482.
Wolf, Matthew (2009). Local ordering in phonology-morphology interleaving: Evidence for OT-CC. Talk presented at 83rd Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting, San Francisco. Handout
Wolf, Matthew, and John J. McCarthy (2010). Less than zero: Correspondence and the null output. In Sylvia Blaho and Curt Rice (eds.), Modeling Ungrammaticality in Optimality Theory. London: Equinox, pp. 17-66. Earlier version available here.
Kawahara, Shigeto, and Matthew Wolf (2010). On the existence of root-initial-accenting suffixes: An elicitation study of Japanese [-zu]. Linguistics 48.4, pp. 837-864. Prepublication version available here.
Wolf, Matthew (2010). On the existence of counterfeeding from the past. Talk presented at 84th Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting, Baltimore. Corrected handout
Wolf, Matthew (2010). Implications of affix-protecting junctural underapplication. In Jon Scott Stevens (ed.), University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 16.1: Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Penn Linguistics Colloquium. Philadelphia: Penn Linguistics Club. Proceedings version; Prepublication draft (proceedings version has some pagination issues, so the draft may be more readable)
Wolf, Matthew (2011). Limits on global rules in Optimality Theory with Candidate Chains. Phonology 28.1, pp. 87-128. Prepublication draft available here.
Wolf, Matthew (2011). Exceptionality. In Marc van Oostendorp, Colin J. Ewen, Elizabeth Hume, and Keren Rice (eds.), The Blackwell Companion to Phonology, vol. 4: Phonological Interfaces. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 2538-2559. (Email me for a copy.)
Wolf, Matthew (2012). Inversion of stress-conditioned phonology in Stratal OT. Ms., Yale University. Available as Lingbuzz/001547.
Deal, Amy Rose, and Matthew Wolf (2013). Outwards-sensitive phonologically conditioned allomorphy in Nez Perce. Ms. available as LingBuzz/001791. An earlier version was presented as an invited talk presented at the Workshop on Locality and Directionality at the Morphosyntax-Phonology Interface, Stanford University: the handout is available here.
Wolf, Matthew (to appear). Cyclicity and non-cyclicity in Maltese: Local ordering of phonology and morphology in OT-CC. In John J. McCarthy and Joe Pater, (eds.), Harmonic Grammar and Harmonic Serialism. London: Equinox. Available as LingBuzz/001319.
Wolf, Matthew (to appear). Candidate chains, unfaithful spell-out, and outwards-looking phonologically-conditioned allomorphy. Invited contribution to special issue of Morphology on “New theoretical tools in the modeling of morphological exponence”, guest-edited by Jochen Trommer. Prepublication draft available as LingBuzz/001318.
Wolf, Matthew (to appear). Lexical insertion occurs in the phonological component. In Eulàlia Bonet, Maria-Rosa Lloret, and Joan Mascaró Altimiras (eds.), Understanding Allomorphy: Perspectives from Optimality Theory. London: Equinox.