Part I. The Phenomenon of Stress: 1. The study of word accent and stress: past, present and future Harry van der Hulst; 2.
Do all languages have word accent? Larry M. Hyman; 3. Disentangling stress and pitch accent: toward a typology of prominence
at different prosodic levels Matthew Gordon; 4. The separation of accent and rhythm: evidence from StressTyp Rob Goedemans
and Harry van der Hulst; Part II. The Description, Selection and Use of Stress Data: 5. Evaluating evidence for stress systems
Paul de Lacy; 6. Convergence of prominence systems? Keren Rice; 7. Rhetorical stress in Spanish Jose I. Hualde and Marianna
Nadeu; Part III. The Analysis of Stress Types/Stress Phenomena: 8. Culminativity times harmony equals unbounded stress Jeffrey
Heinz; 9. Possible and impossible exceptions in Dutch word stress Carlos Gussenhoven; 10. Symmetries and asymmetries in secondary
stress patterns Brett Hyde; 11. Representing rhythm Harry van der Hulst.