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Thu Sep 9 1999

Confs: Distinctive Feature Theory

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Message 1: Conference on Distinctive Feature Theory: Program

Date: Thu, 09 Sep 1999 14:12:10 +0200
From: Ursula Kleinhenz <ursulazas.gwz-berlin.de>
Subject: Conference on Distinctive Feature Theory: Program

The Conference on Distinctive Feature Theory will take place at the 
ZAS Berlin, Oct 7 - 9.

Participation is free

For further information please contact the organizers at
cdftzas.gwz-berlin.de
http://www.zas.gwz-berlin.de/events/cdft/index.htm

 
Thursday, 7 October
13.30-14:30 G.N. CLEMENTS (CNRS PARIS) t.b.a.

14:30-15:15 MICHAEL JESSEN (UNIVERSIT�T STUTTGART)
The features [tense], [checked], and [voice] in auditory phonological
representation

15:15-15:45 Coffee Break

15:45-16:30 MIRCO GHINI (UNIVERSIT�T KONSTANZ)
Underspecification and feature assignment: evidence from Miogliola
(Ligurian Romance)

16:30-17:15 HYEONKWAN CHO (CHONAN UNIVERSITY)
A unified explanation of consonant-vowel interactions

Friday, 8 October
10.00-11:00 RICHARD WIESE (PHILIPPS-UNIVERSIT�T MARBURG)
/r/ - fact or fiction?

11:00-11:45 JANET GRIJZENHOUT (HEINRICH-HEINE-UNIVERSIT�T
D�SSELDORF)
Consonant nasalization, nasal harmony, and nasal epenthesis

11.45-12.30 K. DAVID HARRISON & ABIGAIL KAUN (YALE UNIVERSITY)
Pattern-responsive lexicon optimization

12.30-14.30 Lunch

14.30-15.15 PAUL HOUSEMAN (UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN/MADISON & ZAS)
Non-Derivational Feature Geometry

15.15-16.00 ANJA GEUMANN & PHIL HOOLE (LUDWIG-MAXIMILIANS-UNIVERSIT�T M�NCHEN)
Acoustic and articulatory aspects of the feature [strident]

16.00-16:30 Coffee Break

16:30-17:15 DIDIER DEMOLIN, V�RONIQUE DELVAUX & ALAIN SOQUET (PHONOLOGY
LABORATORY, UNIVERSIT� LIBRE DE BRUXELLES)
Phonetic representation of vowel harmony features

20.00 PARTY

Saturday 9 October
10:00-11.00 ADITI LAHIRI (UNIVERSIT�T KONSTANZ)
Feature specifications in language processing and language change

11:00-11.45 HAIKE JACOBS (UNIVERSITY OF NIJMEGEN & FREE UNIVERSITY OF
AMSTERDAM)
Arguments for the lingual node

11:45-12.30 JANET C.E. WATSON (UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM)
The representation of emphasis in Cairene Arabic

12:30-14.30 Lunch

14:30-15.30 MOIRA YIP (UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, IRVINE & UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE, LONDON)
Binarity and tonal features

15:30-16:15 KEREN RICE (UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO)
How phonetic is phonology? Evidence from tones in Athapaskan
Languages

16:15-16:45 Coffee Break

16:45-17:30 PETER AVERY (YORK UNIVERSITY) & WILLIAM J. IDSARDI
(UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE)
Laryngeal Dimensions: phonetic completion and enhancement

Alternate:
MARTIN KRAEMER (HEINRICH-HEINE-UNIVERSIT�T D�SSELDORF)
Underspecification of [voice] in Ile de Groix Breton
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