Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings

  1. Fagyal, Zs. (in press). For in integrative approach to variation and change in French nasal vowel systems. In. Bullock, B., Torribio, J., and Russi, C. (eds.), Proceedings of the 50th LSRL (Language Symposium of Romance Languages) Virtual Conference, University of Texas, Austin. Language Science Press.

  2. Nicholas, J., Fagyal, Zs. & Carignan, C. (2019). What’s with your nasals? Perception of nasal vowel contrasts in two dialects of French. Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia, 1208-1212.

  3. Swarup, S., Apolloni, A., Fagyal, Zs. (2011). A Model of Norm Emergence and Innovation in Language Change. AAMAS 2011 (10th International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems), Taipei, Taiwan, 693-700.

  4. Fagyal, Zs., Swarup, S., Escobar, A. M, Gasser, L. & Lakkaraju, K. (2009). Centers, Peripheries, and Popularity: The Emergence of Norms in Simulated Networks of Linguistic Influence. Selected papers from NWAV 37 (Houston), Penn Working Papers in Linguistics 15 (2): 81-90.

  5. Fagyal, Zs. & Stewart, C. (2008). Alternance stylistique et cohésion intra-groupe dans une banlieue multi-ethnique de Paris. Actes du Premier Congrès International de la Linguistique Française, Paris, 9-12 juillet 2008 : 2293-2302.

  6. Golato, A. & Fagyal, Zs. (2006). Two contours, two meanings: the intonation of jaja in German phone conversations. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Speech Prosody, Dresden

  7. Fagyal, Zs. (2003[2005]). Prosodic consequences of being a Beur: French in contact with immigrant languages in Paris. Selected papers from NWAV 32 (Philadelphia), 2004, Working Papers in Linguistics 10 (2), 91-104.

  8. Stewart, C. & Fagyal, Zs. (2005). Engueulade ou énumération ? Attitudes envers quelques énoncés enregistrés dans les « banlieues ». Situations de banlieues : enseignement, langues, cultures. In: Bertucci, M.-M. et  Houdart-Merot, V. Situations de banlieue: Enseignement, langues, cultures, Paris: Institut National de Recherche, 241-252.

  9. Nguyen, N. & Fagyal, Zs. & Cole, J. (2004). Perceptual relevance of long-domain phonetic dependencies. Actes de / Proceedings of JEL Conference on ‘Domaines’, Nantes, France.

  10. Fagyal, Zs. (2003a). The Matter with the Penultimate: Prosodic Change in the Vernacular of Lower-Class Immigrant Youth in Paris. Proceedings of the 15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Barcelona, Spain, vol. 1, 671-674.

  11. Nguyen, N. & Fagyal, Zs. (2003b). Acoustic aspects of vowel harmony in French. Proceedings of the 15thInternational Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Barcelona, Spain, vol. 2, 3029-3032.

  12. Fagyal, Zs. & Hassa, S. & Ngom, F. (2002a). L’opposition [e] – [ɛ]  en syllabes ouvertes de fin de mot en français parisien: étude acoustique préliminaire.” [The [e] – [ɛ] distinction in word-final open syllables in Parisian French: preliminary acoustic data].  Journées d’Etudes sur la Parole, Nancy, France, 165-168.

  13. Fagyal, Zs. (2002b). Tonal template conveying secondary information: the scaling of pitch targets in parentheticals in French. Proceedings of /Prosody 2002’, Aix-en-Provence, 279-282.

  14. Boula de Mareuil, P. & Fagyal, Zs. (2000a). Autour de l’harmonie vocalique en français. [On vowel harmony in French]. Actes des 23èmes Journées d’Etudes sur la Parole, Aussois, France, 19-23 juin, 85-88.

  15. Fagyal, Zs. & Golato, P. (2000a). Using real-time speech analysis software to teach the sounds of French. Proceedings of the InSTIL 2000 Symposium ‘Integrating Speech Technology in the Language Learning and Assistive Interface’. University of Albertay Dundee, Scottland, 82-85.

  16. Fagyal, Zs. & Moisset, C. (1999a). Sound change and articulatory release: where and why are high vowels devoiced in Parisian French? Proceedings of the15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, San Francisco, 309-312.

  17. Hockey, B. A. & Fagyal, Zs. (1999b). Phonemic length and pre-boundary lengthening: an experimental investigation on the use of durational cues in Hungarian. Proceedings of the Proceedings of the15th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, San Francisco, 313-316.

  18. Kassai, I. & Fagyal, Zs. (1999c). Quelques caractéristiques phoniques d’un type de texte parlé : l’entretien médiatisé. [Some phonetic characteristics of a type of ‘spoken text’: the news interview]. In: La linguistique textuelle dans les études françaises: Actes du colloque LITEF (Linguistique Textuelle dans les Études Françaises). Csüry I. ed. Studia Romanica de Debrecen, Hungary, 39-62.

  19. Hockey, B. A. & Fagyal, Zs. (1998b). Pre-Boundary Lengthening: Universal or Language Specific? The Case of Hungarian, Penn Linguistics Colloquium, Working Papers in Linguistics, Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Penn Linguistics Colloquium, 5(1), 71-81.

  20. Fagyal, Zs. (1997a). On what ‘melodic closures’ mean: stylized calling contour in French conversations. Proceedings of the 16th International Congress of Linguists, Paris. Pergamon, Oxford, CD-ROM, Paper # 0327. 

  21. Fagyal, Zs. (1997b). Chanting intonation in French. Proceedings of the 21st Annual Penn Linguistics Colloquium, 4 (2), 77-90.

  22. Fagyal, Zs. (1996). Stratégies d’hésitation propres aux locuteurs dans le français spontané médiatisé. [Speakers’ vocal hesitation strategies in French spontaneous speech]. Proceedings of the XXIth Journées d’Études sur la Parole, Avignon, 167-170. 

  23. Fagyal, Zs. (1995). Interferencia jelenségek a solymári svábok magyar beszédében [Types of interferences in the German-speaking minorities’ every-day Hungarian]. Proceedings of the Spoken Language Conference. in: I. Kassai (ed.), Kétnyelvûség: Kisebbségi és magyar nyelvhasználat [Bilingualism and the use of Hungarian]. Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, 309-320. 

  24. Fagyal, Zs. (1994b). Leçon de ‘déclinaison’ de Marguerite Duras et de Marguerite Yourcenar [Learning ‘F0 declination’ from Marguerite Duras and Marguerite Yourcenar]. Proceedings of the XXth Journées d’Études sur la Parole, Lannion, 511-516. 

  25. Fagyal, Zs. (1993). Magyar akcentus a franciában: három fonetikai kísérlet. [Hungarian accent in French: three phonetic experiments]. Proceedings of the Speech Research Conference. Gósy M. – Siptár P. (eds.), Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, 33-51.