LINGUIST List 12.679

Mon Mar 12 2001

Confs: Phonetic-Phonology Interface: Palatalization

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Message 1: Phonetic-Phonology Interface: Palatalization/ Poznan, Poland

Date: Mon, 12 Mar 2001 13:27:04 +0100
From: Marzena Rochon <marzenazas.gwz-berlin.de>
Subject: Phonetic-Phonology Interface: Palatalization/ Poznan, Poland

WORKSHOP ON PHONETICS-PHONOLOGY INTERFACE: PALATALIZATION

as part of the 33rd Poznan Linguistic Meeting, 27-29 April 2001


FRIDAY, 27. April

17.00-19.00
Chair : Marzena Rochon

17.00-17.30 Svetlana Kaminskaia, University of Western Ontario

PALATALIZATION IN EASTERN SLAVIC DIALECTS: PHONETIC FORMS AND
PHONOLOGICAL REPRESENTATIONS

17.30-18.00 Malgorzata Cavar, University of Potsdam

PALATALIZATION EFFECTS AS THE RESULT OF ARTICULATORY- AND
PERCEPTUALLY-DRIVEN MECHANISMS?

18.00-18.30 Bernd Pompino-Marschall, ZAS, Berlin and Marzena Rochon,
ZAS, Berlin.

SURFACE PALATALIZATION IN POLISH FROM AN ARTICULATORY AND ACOUSTIC POINT
OF VIEW

18.30-19.00 Elena Stadnik, Humboldt University, Berlin

DIE PALATALISIERUNG SYNCHRON- UND DIACHRON-TYPOLO-GISCH


SATURDAY, 28. April

10.00-11.40
Chair: Laura Downing

10:00-10.30 Irena Sawicka, Nicholas Copernicus University, Torun

PALATALIZATION AS THE MAIN FACTOR IN THE PHONETIC DEVELOPMENT AND
TYPOLOGICAL DIVERSIFICATION OF THE SLAVIC LANGUAGES

10.30-11.00 Stefan Grzybowski, Nicholas Copernicus University, Torun

ON THE PHONEMIC INTERPRETATIONS OF PALATALITY IN SLAVIC LANGUAGES

11.00-11.30 Georgi Jetchev, University of Orleans and University of
Sofia

PALATALIZATION OF VELARS IN SLAVIC VS. ROMANCE LANGUAGES

11.30-11.40 Magdalena Osowicka, Nicholas Copernicus University and
Agnieszka Serowik, Nicholas Copernicus University, Torun

PRELIMINARY DATA ON ASSIMILATIVE PALATALIZATION IN POLISH

11.40-11.50 coffee break

11.50-13.30
Chair: T. Alan Hall

11:50-12.20 Jolanta Szpyra, University of Maria Curie-Sklodowska, Lublin

PALATALIZATION IN POLISH - A FEATURE-GEOMETRIC PERSPECTIVE

12.20-12.50 Silke Hamann, ZAS, Berlin

PALATALIZATION AND RETROFLEXION: MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE PROCESSES?

12-50-13:20 Philippe S�g�ral, University Paris 7 and Tobias Scheer,
University of Nice

FAKE PALATALIZATIONS

13.20-13.30 Magdalena Osowicka, Nicholas Copernicus University &
Agnieszka Serowik, Nicholas Copernicus University, Torun

THE NOTION OF SEMI-PALATALIZATION

13:30-14:45 lunch

14.45-16.15
Chair: Silke Hamann

14:45-15:15 Laura Downing, ZAS, Berlin

LIQUID SPIRANTIZATION IN JITA

15.15-15.45 Tracy Alan Hall, University of Leipzig

MARKEDNESS, PALATALIZATION, AND SYLLABLE CONTACTS

15.45-16.15 Alexei Kochetov, University of Toronto

THE ROLE OF ARTICULATION AND PERCEPTION IN SHAPING THE PHONOTACTICS OF
CONTRASTIVE PALATALIZATION

16:15-16:30 coffee break

16:45-20:00 excursion

20:00 dinner
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