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Date: Wed, 8 Sep 1999 13:44:45 -0400 (EDT)
From: Nila Friedberg <nfriedbechass.utoronto.ca>
Subject: Metrics: conference program


Formal Approaches to Poetry &
Recent Developments in Generative Metrics

University of Toronto, Canada
October 8-10, 1999

CONFERENCE PROGRAM


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8	Woodsworth College 126

2.00-2.30	Registration

2.30-2.45	Welcoming remarks

SESSION 1: MONOSYLLABLE RULE IN ENGLISH AND GERMANIC

2.45-3.15	Michael Redford, Leiden University, Holland
		The Monosyllable Rule and metrical inversion.

3.15 -3.45	Curt Rice and Isak Maseide, University of Tromso, Norway.
		Stress Clash and Metricality.

3.45-4.15	Kristin Hanson, UC Berkeley, USA
		Breaking down metrical constraints: Wyatt,Shakespeare,
Donne

4.15-4.30	Break

SESSION 2: MORA COUNTING METERS 

4.30-5.00	Colleen M Fitzgerald, SUNY at Buffalo
		Mora counting meter in Somali

5.00-5.30	Debora Cole and Mizuki Miyashita, Univ. of Arizona
		Poetic meter in a prominence-insensitive language.
 
5.30-5.40	Break

5.40-6.40	INVITED SPEAKER

		Paul Kiparsky, Stanford University.
		Quantitative compensation and latent stress.

7.00		Dinner



SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9	Claude Bissel Building 205

8.30-9.00	Registration and refreshments


SESSION 3:	GENERATIVE THEORY OF MUSIC

 9.00-9.30	Sayaka Abe, SUNY Buffalo
		Perception of rhythm in a musical phrase

9.30-10.00	Daniel Hall, Univ. of Toronto,
		On the Musical Realization of Metrical Patterns.

10.00-10.15	Break


SESSION 4:	GERMANIC

10.15-10.45	Jan G. Kooij, Leiden University, Holland
		Phrasing, accents and the iambic pentameter

10.45-11.15	Kristian Arnason, Univ. of Reykjavik, Iceland.
		Skaldic word order: metrically driven syntax?

11.15-11.45	Michael Getty

11.45-1.00	Lunch break


SESSION 5:	ENGLISH VERSE

1.00-1.30	Michael Hammond, U of Arizona
		Stressless beats in the meter of Robert Service.

1.30-2.00	Gilbert Youmans, University of Missouri.
		Longfellow's Long Line

2.00-2.30	Nigel Fabb, University of Strathclyde, Scotland
		Inference and metrical verse: evidence for line
		and meter

2.30-2.45	Break

2.45-3.45	INVITED SPEAKER

		Marina Tarlinskaja, University of Washington
		The place of Robert Frost in the English tradition of
		iambic pentameter.

3.45-4.00	Break


SESSION 6:	RUSSIAN METRICS AND GENERATIVE APPROACH

4.00-4.30	Mihhail Lotman, Tartu University, Estonia
		Comparative metrics and generative approach.

4.30-5.00	Eugene Breydo, The Institute of Russian Language, Moscow
		The Interval Model of Russian Metrics

5.00-5.30	Barry Scherr, Dartmouth College, USA
		Structural Dynamics in Onegin Stanza.

5.30-6.00	Nila Friedberg, Univ. of Toronto
		Line popularity and the emergence of the unmarked


8.00		Party at the Tranzac Club


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10	Claude Bissel Bldg 205

SESSION 7

9.30-10.00	Coffee and refreshments

10.00-10. 30	Maria Kristiina Lotman, Tartu University, Estonia
		The Ancient Iambic trimeter

10.30-11.00	Vincent DeCaen, University Of Toronto
		On the Biblical Pentameter in Jonah 2

11.00-11.30	Mario Saltarelli, University of Southern California
		The Rhythm of Dante's Commedia: Iambic or Trochaic?

11.30-12.00	Henry Biggs, Washington University
		The Classic French Decasyllable of DuBellay
		(16th Century);A Generative Metrics Perspective




 
 


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