LINGUIST List 11.2779

Thu Dec 21 2000

Calls: Slavic Languages, Phonetics-Phonology Interface

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  1. Prof. P. Kosta, Formal Description of Slavic Languages - FDSL-4
  2. Marzena Rochon, Phonetics-Phonology Interface: Palatalization

Message 1: Formal Description of Slavic Languages - FDSL-4

Date: Wed, 20 Dec 2000 14:15:21 +0100
From: Prof. P. Kosta <pkostarz.uni-potsdam.de>
Subject: Formal Description of Slavic Languages - FDSL-4


FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS

4th European Conference on Formal Description of Slavic Languages

28-30 November, 2001

hosted by the University of Potsdam

The Slavic Department of the University of Potsdam is pleased to
announce the 4th European Conference on Formal Description of Slavic
Languages (FDSL-4).

Abstracts are invited for 30-minute talks (20-minute presentation plus
10 minutes for discussion) on Slavic syntax, semantics, phonology,
morphology, computerlinguistics, and sentence
processing. Presentations will be in any Slavic language, English or
German.

Deadline for receipt of abstracts: May 30, 2001

HOW TO SUBMIT ABSTRACTS:
Abstract submission must be by post (e-mail submissions will not be
accepted). Send 5 copies of an anonymous one-page abstract to the
postal address below. One additional page with figures, data, and
references should be appended. Please include an extra sheet of paper
with:

- title of paper
- your name
- complete mailing address and affiliation (or home address, if
necessary)
- telephone and fax numbers
- e-mail address

In addition, we ask for a camera-ready original with the author's name,
e-mail, and affiliation, which will be needed for producing a volume of
conference abstracts.

Authors whose abstracts are accepted will be notified in mid-July 2001.

Those interested in attending FDSL-4 are invited to register their
e-mail and/or postal addresses at the conference address below (e-mail
is preferred for all communication except submission of abstracts).

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION is available at the FDSL-4 web site:
http://www.uni-potsdam.de/u/slavistik/wsw/fdsl4/index.htm

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:
Peter Kosta University of Potsdam
Jens Frasek University of Potsdam
Joanna Blaszczak University of Potsdam
Ljudmila Geist Humboldt-University of Berlin
Marzena Rochon ZAS, Berlin


POSTAL ADDRESS:
Universit�t Potsdam
Institut f�r Slavistik
FDSL-4 Organizing Committee
PF 60 15 53
D-14415 Potsdam
Germany

e-mail: fdsl4rz.uni-potsdam.de
Phone: (0049)-331-977-2623
Fax: (0049)-331-977-2620


DATES:
DEADLINE for receipt of abstracts: May 30, 2001
Notification of acceptance: mid-July 2001
Conference: November 28-30, 2001
Deadline for submissions of papers for the proceedings volume: March 30,
2002
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Message 2: Phonetics-Phonology Interface: Palatalization

Date: Wed, 20 Dec 2000 16:01:24 +0100
From: Marzena Rochon <marzenazas.gwz-berlin.de>
Subject: Phonetics-Phonology Interface: Palatalization


C A L L F O R P A P E R S


workshop on


Phonetics-Phonology Interface: Palatalization
28 Ap r i l 2001

as part of the

 33rd Poznan Linguistic Meeting 27-29 April 2001


The aim of the workshop is to analyse palatalization from a
phonetic-phonological point of view. Contributors are invited to present
papers on topics which may include the following aspects:

1. Phonetic differences in the realisations of palatalization:
What articulatory/acoustic differences can be stated in the realisation
of a palatalised segment before i, j, e, and other segments? How does
their position (word-medial, word-final or across word-boundaries)
influence the palatalization?

2. Perceptual aspects:
What are the perceptual cues for different palatalization effects? How
do these cues reflect the segments triggering palatalization and the
position of the palatalized segments within a word?

3. Diachronic changes:
How do different natural classes behave (labials, coronals, velars) from
a diachronic point of view when they are palatalized?

4. Phonetic-phonology interface with respect to palatalization:
How do different phonetic results influence phonological treatment of
palatalization?

5. Representation of palatalization in phonology:
How should palatalization be adequately represented by means of features
and how does their arrangement look like? Does one representation
universally hold for palatalization in all languages?

6. Typology of palatalization:
What kind of typological generalisations (e.g. implications) can be
made with respect to palatalization?


Papers will be 30 minutes, followed by 15 minutes discussion.


SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS:

Send a one page abstract to:


Postal submissions:
Workshop on Palatalization
Zentrum f�r Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft
J�gerstr.10-11
10117 Berlin


Electronic submissions
marzenazas.gwz-berlin.de

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION:
Januar 31, 2001




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