Broś, K. (2023). Using social media as a source of analysable material in phonetics and phonology – lenition in Spanish. Linguistics Vanguard, 2023. https://doi.org/10.1515/lingvan-2021-0153.

Broś, K., Nazarov, A. (2023). Modelling opacity and variation in Gran Canarian Spanish apocope. Glossa: A journal of general linguistics.

Broś, K. (2023). Review of Christoph Gabriel, Randall Gess, and Trudel Meisenburg’s “Manual of Romance Phonetics and Phonology”. Phonology.

Broś, K. (2023). Acoustic cues to stress perception in Spanish – a mismatch negativity study. Proceedings of INTERSPEECH 2023.

Broś, K. (2023). Compensatory breathiness in Canary Islands Spanish – an acoustic study of vowels in /s/ weakening contexts. Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.


Broś, K. Lenition in contemporary speech from Gran Canaria: two corpus case studiesPhonica 18, 60-85. https://doi.org/10.1344/phonica.2022.18.60-85.

Broś, K. El español canario: un reflejo del cambio lingüístico debilitante en el mundo hispanohablante. Romanica Cracoviensia 1, 73–88.


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.), Phonology, fieldwork and generalizations. 27-46. 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.