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'''John McCarthy''' (born 1953 in Medford, Massachusetts) is a [[Linguistics|linguist]] and professor in the Department of Linguistics at the [[University of Massachusetts Amherst]] with a speciality in [[phonology]] and [[morphology (linguistics)|morphology]]. He was educated at [[Harvard University]] and [[Massachusetts Institute of Technology|MIT]] and was responsible, along with [[Alan Prince]], for extending [[autosegmental phonology]], and later [[optimality theory]], to morphology.
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'''John McCarthy''' (born 1953 in Medford, Massachusetts) is a [[Linguistics|linguist]] and professor in the Department of Linguistics at the [[University of Massachusetts, Amherst]] with a speciality in [[phonology]] and [[morphology (linguistics)|morphology]]. He was educated at [[Harvard University]] and [[Massachusetts Institute of Technology|MIT]] and was responsible, along with [[Alan Prince]], for extending [[autosegmental phonology]], and later [[optimality theory]], to morphology.
   
 
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*[[Nonconcatenative morphology]]
 
*[[Nonconcatenative morphology]]
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John McCarthy (born 1953 in Medford, Massachusetts) is a linguist and professor in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst with a speciality in phonology and morphology. He was educated at Harvard University and MIT and was responsible, along with Alan Prince, for extending autosegmental phonology, and later optimality theory, to morphology.

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