Broś, K. El español canario: un reflejo del cambio lingüístico debilitante en el mundo hispanohablante - to appear in Romanica Cracoviensia


Broś, K., Żygis, M., Sikorski, A. and Jan Wołłejko. Phonological contrasts and gradient effects in ongoing lenition in the Spanish of Gran Canaria. Phonology  38(1), 1-40. doi:10.1017/S0952675721000038

Broś, K., Meyer, M., Kliesch, M. and Volker Dellwo. Word stress processing integrates phonological abstraction with lexical access – an ERP study. Journal of Neurolinguistics 57, 100959.


Domain modelling in OT: Morphophonological cyclicity vs. stepwise prosodic parsingJournal of Linguistics 56(1), 3-43.


Gran Canarian Spanish non-continuant voicing: gradiency, sex differences and perception.  Phonetica. Special Issue on Constancy and Variation in Speech 76 (2-3), 100-125. Paper co-authored with Katarzyna Lipowska.


Spanish non-continuants at the phonology-phonetics interface. Isogloss. A journal on variation of Romance and Iberian languages 4(1): 1-27.

Contiguity in prosodic words - evidence from Spanish. Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 54(1): 37-82.

Phrase-level obstruent voicing in Polish: a Derivational OT account. In B. Czaplicki, B. Łukaszewicz and M. Opalińska (eds.), Phonological Investigations: A Festschrift for Jerzy Rubach on his 70th birthday. Warsaw and Berlin: Peter Lang.


Hacia la desfonologización. El cambio lingüístico en el español de Gran Canaria. Itinerarios 25: 115-131.

Discourse Studies: ways and crossroads. Insights into cultural, diachronic and generic issues in the discipline. Edited by Karolina Broś and Grzegorz Kowalski. Warsaw and Berlin: Peter Lang.


Stratum junctures and counterfeeding: Against the current formulation of cyclicity in Stratal OT.
In: NELS 46 Proceedings, pp. 157-170.

Between phonology and morphosyntax: voicing and spirantisation in the Spanish of Gran Canaria. In: Jolanta Szpyra-Kozłowska and Eugeniusz Cyran (red.), Phonology, its Faces and Interfaces. Series: Sounds – Meaning – Communication. 173-200. Peter Lang.


Survival of the Fittest: Fricative Lenition in English and Spanish from the Perspective of Optimality Theory. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Percepción de acento y acortamiento vocálico en español. Itinerarios 22: 13-34.


Debilitamiento de la /s/ chilena como ejemplo de cambio lingüístico en marcha. In: Janusz Pawlik & Jerzy Szałek (eds), Lingüística española en Polonia: Líneas de investigación (2014), pp. 35-44.


La aspiración y la pérdida de /s/ en el español de Chile como ejemplo de opacidadOnomázein 28: 56-71. (DOI 10.7764/onomazein.28.13). 


Chilean Spanish s weakening as an example of phonological opacity. In: Joanna Błaszczak, Bożena Rozwadowska & Wojciech Witkowski (eds), Generative Linguistics in Wrocław No. 2: Current Issues in Generative Linguistics: Syntax, Semantics, Phonology.  192-209.