• Sen, Ranjan (2015). Syllable and Segment in Latin. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Oxford Studies in Diachronic and Historical Linguistics 16).
    Syllable and Segment in Latin cover

Articles and Chapters

  • Coleman, John, Greg Kochanski, Ladan Baghai-Ravary, Anastassia Loukina & Ranjan Sen (in preparation). ‘Non-word pronunciations give evidence for the storage of fine phonetic detail’.
  • Beal, Joan & Ranjan Sen (2014). ‘Towards a corpus of eighteenth-century English phonology’, in Kristin Davidse, Caroline Gentens, Ditte Kimps & Lieven Vandelanotte (eds), Recent Advances in Corpus Linguistics: Developing and Exploiting Corpora. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
    In the series Language and Computers: Studies in Practical Linguistics, Christian Mair, Charles F. Meyer & Nelleke Oostdijk (eds).
  • Sen, Ranjan (2011). ‘Diachronic phonotactic development in Latin: the work of syllable structure or linear sequence?’, in Charles Cairns & Eric Raimy (eds), Handbook of the Syllable, Brill’s Handbooks in Linguistics 1. Leiden, Boston: Brill, 417-441. PDF
  • Sen, Ranjan (2006). ‘Vowel-weakening before muta cum liquida sequences in Latin: a problem of syllabification?’, Oxford University Working Papers in Linguistics, Philology & Phonetics 11: 143-61. PDF in volume below
    (This is a very early version of Chapter 4 of my book Syllable and Segment in Latin, which is much-revised and considerably more comprehensive. The core of the general argument remains the same.)