David Heap

heapTéléphone:
519-661-2111 ext 85709

Bureau:
University College, room 3122

Courriel: djheap@uwo.ca


Formation et domaines de spécialisation

Ph.D. (Toronto)

Linguistique française et romane, morphologie, variation linguistique, dialectologie, langue et genre.

Publications:

Books and other volumes:

Perpiñán, Silvia, David Heap, Itziri Moreno-Villamar & Adriana Soto-Corominas (eds) 2017.  Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 11. Selected papers from the 44th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL), London, Ontario. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 269 pages.

Barysevich, Alena, Alexandra D’Arcy, David Heap (eds). 2014. Papers from the Fourteenth International Conference on Methods in Dialectology, 2011. (Bamberger Beiträge zur Englischen Sprachwissenschaft / Bamberg Studies in English Linguistics - Volume 57). Frankfurt: Peter Lang Verlag.

La variation grammaticale en géolinguistique: les pronoms sujet en roman central. Lincom Studies in Romance Languages #11. Munich: Lincom Europa Verlag, 2000. 196 pages.

"Traits et interfaces". Thematic issue of the Revue québécoise de linguistique, 28.1. Co-edited with Juvénal Ndayiragije. Fall 2000.

Chapters in books:

Heap David, Michèle Oliviéri and Katerina Palasis, 2017, "Clitic Pronouns", in Elisabeth Stark and Andreas Dufter (eds.) Manual of Romance Morphosyntax and Syntax. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, 183-229.

Oliviéri, Michèle, Jean-Pierre Lai, David Heap, 2017. Partial Subject Paradigms and Feature Geometry in Northern Occitan Dialects. In Perpiñán, David Heap, Itziri Moreno-Villamar & Adriana Soto-Corominas (eds). Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 11. Selected papers from the 44th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL), London, Ontario. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 147-167.

Heap, David 2008. The Linguistic Atlas of the Iberian Peninsula (ALPI): a geolinguistic treasure lost and found. S. Cummins, B. Jankowski & P. Shaw, (eds). All the things you are: A Festschrift in honour of Jack Chambers. Special issue, Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics. 87-96.

Heap, David 2008. Tomás Navarro Tomás et Atlas Lingüístico de la Península Ibérica: Un Intelectual de le República. Revista de Estudios Albacetenses. 71-87.

Constraining Optimality: Clitic Sequences and Feature Geometry. In L. Heggie & F. Ordóñez (eds), Perspectives on Clitic and Agreement Affix Combinations (Linguistik Aktuel series). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 2005, 81-102.

Split Subject Pronoun Paradigms: Feature Geometry and Underspecification. In D. Cresti, T. Satterfield & C. Tortora (eds), Current Issues in Linguistic Theory. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins. 2002, 124-139.

Morphological Complexity and Spanish Object Clitic Variation. In C. Wiltshire & J. Camps (eds), Romance Phonology and Variation. Amsterdam & Philadelphia : John Benjamins. 2002, 55-68.

Papers in refereed journals:

Nagy, Naomi, Michael Iannozzi, David Heap, 2018. Faetar null subjects: A variationist study of a heritage language in contact. In Jonathan Kasstan and Naomi Nagy (eds), International Journal of the Sociology of Language: Special Issue on Francoprovençal: Documenting Contact Varieties in Europe and North Americ, 31-47. (25% of all aspects.)

"Subject Pronoun Variation in the Northern Italian Geolinguistic Continuum." Quaderni d'italianistica. 1997, XVIII 2:235-250.

"Les questions à sujet pronominal préposé dans les dialectes de l'espagnol des Caraïbes." Journal of the Atlantic Provinces Linguistics Association, 1990. XII:13-38.

"Francoprovençal Null Subjects and Constraint Interaction." In M. C. Gruber, D. Higgins, K. S. Olson & T. Wycocki (eds), CLS 34, volume II: The Panels. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society, 1998, 34(2), 151-166. (With N. Nagy).

"Subject Pronoun Variation in Faetar and Franco-provençal." In C. Paradis, D. Vincent, D. Deshaies & M. Laforest (eds), Papers in Sociolinguistics: NWAV-26 à L'Université Laval. Québec: Nota Bene, 1998, 291-300. (With N. Nagy).

"Subject Pronoun Variation in Central Romance." In Miriam Meyerhoff (ed), (N)WAVES and Means: A Selection of Papers from NWAVE 24. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, 1996, 3.1:43-50.

Refereed conference presentations:

Perry, Scott, David Heap & Adriana Soto-Corominas, 2018. I see us modelling gradient acceptability of partially co-referent clitics with variable OT. Poster presented at Linguistic Symposium of Romance Languages, York University, Canada. 

Soto-Corominas, Adriana, Scott Perry & David Heap, 2018. We see me presenting an OT account of partially co-referential clitics. Paper presented at the Canadian Linguistics Association, University of Regina (Canada).  

Soto-Corominas, Adriana, Scott Perry & David Heap, 2017. Restrictions in partially co-referent constructions: an interface phenomenon. Paper presented at the 20th Bilingual Workshop in Theoretical Linguistics, University of Toronto. 

Soto-Corominas, Adriana & David Heap. 2017. What we don't know about Catalan pronoun clusters, and why we need to. Paper presented at the 1st California Symposium on Catalan Studies, UCLA.  

Iannozzi , Michael, Stephanie Kelly & David Heap. 2017. Wes jus so different anymore: Describing the English dialect of Southwestern Ontario. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistics Association, Ryerson University. 

Hernández, Angélica, Jorge Emilio Rosés Labrada, Jeff Tennant & David Heap. 2015. Variation sociale et linguistique dans l’espagnol cubain d’Holguín: aspiration et effacement. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistics Association, University of Ottawa. 

Soto-Corominas, Adrian & David Heap 2015.Fission and impoverishment in nonstandard Catalan clitic clusters.Annual meeting of the Canadian Linguistics Association, University of Ottawa. http://cla-acl.ca/wpcontent/uploads/Soto-Corominas_Heap-2015.pdf  

Tennant, Jeff, David Heap, Angélica Hernandez & Jorge Emilio Rosés Labrada. 2015. Aspiration vs. Deletion of /s/ in Contemporary Eastern Cuban Spanish: Differing Constraints. Poster presentation at New Ways of Analyzing Variation, University of Toronto. 

David Heap & Adriana Soto-Corominas. 2014. Impoverishment but only so far: Recoverability in nonstandard Catalan clitic clusters. Bilingual Workshop on Theoretical Linguistics, University of Ottawa. 

Oliviéri, Michèle, David Heap & Jean-Pierre Lai. 2014. Meteorological subjects in transitional Northern Occitan dialects. Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages 44. University of Western Ontario. To appear in the selected proceedings of LSRL44, Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (2016). 

Oliviéri, Michèle, David Heap & Jena-Pierre Lai. 2014. Meteorological subjects in transitional Northern Occitan dialects. Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages 44. University of Western Ontario. 

Heap, David & Michèle Oliviéri & Jean-Pierre Lai. Les sujets des verbes météorologiques dans les dialectes occitans transitionnels du Nord. L’Association canadienne de linguistique a tenu son congrès de 2014 lors du Congrès des sciences humaines à l’Université Brock, St. Catharines (ON), mai 2014. 

Invited talks 

July 14, 2016. Language and Gender, in Boost for Grad Students course, Masters of Professional Education TESOL program, Western English Learning Centre. (Dr. Olga Kharytonava). 

October 3, 2016. Meteorological Pronouns and Partial Subject Paradigms in Northern Occitan Dialects. Université de Paris Diderot. LingLunch series (Dr. Pascal Amsili). 

October 18, 2016. "Les sujets nuls et la géométrie des traits dans les dialectes occitans du nord." Université de Nice Sofia Antipolis, Laboratoire Bases, Corpus, Langages. Séminaire de syntaxe (Dr. Michèle Oliviéri).   

October 20, 2016. "L'Atlas linguistique de la Péninsule Ibérique: histoire et derniers développements." Université de Nice Sofia Antipolis, Laboratoire Bases, Corpus, Langages. Séminaire de dialectologie (Dr Diana Passino).   

October 25, 2016. El Atlas Lingüístico de la Península Ibérico: historia y últimos desarrollos. Seminari de dialectologia, Departament de filologia catalana, Universitat de Barcelona (Dr Maria Pilar Perea). 

Being a Leader Towards the Change You Want to See - On and Off Campus. March 2015. Scholars to Leaders Series, School of Graduate and Postgraduate Studies, UWO.