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Message 1: Phonetics and Phonology in Iberia, Portugal

Date: Tue, 13 May 2003 06:47:27 +0000
From: sonia.frota <sonia.frotamail.telepac.pt>
Subject: Phonetics and Phonology in Iberia, Portugal

Phonetics and Phonology in Iberia 

Short Title: PaPI

Date: 11-JUN-03 - 12-JUN-03
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Contact: Sonia Frota
Contact Email: PAPI2003mail.telepac.pt 
Meeting URL: http://www.fl.ul.pt/eventos/PaPI

Linguistic Sub-field: Phonology, Phonetics

Call Deadline: 01-MAR-03

Meeting Description:

Phonetics and Phonology in Iberia (PaPI) is an international
conference aiming to bring together researchers interested in all
areas of phonetics and phonology, with a special focus on the
relationship between the two. It will provide a new interdisciplinary
forum in Europe for discussion of phonetics and/or phonology and their
related areas - such as language acquisition, language variation and
change, speech pathology, and speech technology, the
phonology-phonetics interface, and laboratory phonology work. The
conference will be held every two years, hosted by an Iberian
university. The conference format is the following: a two-day meeting
including four oral sessions of 30 minutes presentations (plus 10
minutes discussion) of submitted papers, and two invited talks. There
will be no parallel sessions.

The first PaPI conference is hosted by the University of Lisbon in
June 11-12, 2003. The invited speakers of PaPI 2003 are: Elisabeth
Selkirk and John Kingston (University of Massachusetts).

Standing PaPI Committee:
Gorka Elordieta (Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea, Spain)
Maria Jo�o Freitas (Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal)
S�nia Frota (Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal)
Pilar Prieto (Universitat Aut�noma de Barcelona, Spain)
Marina Vig�rio (Universidade do Minho, Portugal)

Local Organising Committee:
Maria Jo�o Freitas
S�nia Frota
Marina Vig�rio
Fernando Martins
Celeste Rodrigues

Conference venue:
Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa,
Alameda da Universidade, Lisboa

Important dates:
March 1, deadline for receipt of abstracts
April 1, notification of acceptance
April 20, program announcement
May 15, deadline for early registration
June 11-12, conference

Contact information - PAPI2003mail.telepac.pt

Homepage - http://www.fl.ul.pt/eventos/PaPI (available in January,
2003)

PaPI 2003: Phonetics and Phonology in Iberia 
Universidade de Lisboa 
Address: Alameda da Universidade, Campo Grande. 
Building: Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa 
Room: Anfiteatro III 

June, 11
	
9.00-9.20	
Opening session	 
9.20-10.00 	
The intonational phonology of Errenteria Basque 
A. Irurtzun, U. Pa�s Vasco 
10.00-10.40 	
Intonational phrasing and constituent length in Romance 
M. DImperio, G. Elordieta, S. Frota, P. Prieto & M. Vig�rio, 
U. Provence, U. Pa�s Vasco, U. Lisboa, U. A. Barcelona & U. Minho 	 

Break
 	 	 
11.00-11.40 
No de-accenting in the phrase, no de-accenting in the sentence:
evidence from Arabic for cross-linguistic & cross-dialectal prosodic
variation
S. Hellmuth, SOAS 	 
11.40-12.20 	
Alignment vs eurhythmic effects on vowel sandhi in Catalan 
T. Cabr� & P. Prieto, U. A. Barcelona 
	
Lunch
	 	 
14.00-14.40 	
The perception of word primary stress in European Portuguese 
A. Castelo, U. Lisboa 
14.40-15.20 	
Computational bounds for verbal stress in the Romance languages 
M. V�squez-Larrusc�in, Harvard Linguistics 

Break 	
 	 
15.40-16.20 	
Rule-based categorial analysis of unprompted speech ' a cross-language study 
N. Beringer, U. Munich
16.20-17.00 	
Prosody and language loss: a case study on prosodic difficulties in
fluent aphasia
E. Scarpa, U. E. Campinas

Break 
 	 	 
17.30-18.30 	
How autonomous is prosodic structure? 
E. Selkirk, U. Massachusetts (Invited Speaker)

June, 12

9.20-10.00	
Syllabic affiliation of intervocalic velar nasals in Galician 
S. Colina & M. D�az-Campos, U. Arizona & U. Indiana
10.00-10.40	
Prosody and syllabification intuitions of [CiV] sequences in Spanish
and Catalan: a psycholinguistic experiment
M. Simonet, U. Illinois

Break 	 	 

11.00-11.40 	
Syllabic structure, epenthesis and identity effects in Majorcan
Catalan clitics
P. Grimalt, U. Barcelona
11.40-12.20 	
Poster session

Lunch 

14.00-14.40 	
Internal palatal segments: a cross-dialectal analysis 
C. Pons Moll, U. Barcelona 
14.40-15.20 	
Dissimilation or dialect contact? The role of internal and external
factors in changes affecting palatals and rhotics in Argentine Spanish
L. Colantoni, U. Toronto

Break 	 	 

15.40-16.20 	
A constraint-based approach to vocalic harmony and nominal metaphony
in Brazilian Portuguese
C. Matzenauer & A. Miranda, U. C. Pelotas & U. F. Pelotas
16.20-17.00 	
Inter- and intra-dialectal variation in Brazilian Portuguese: problems
to the phonological theory
S. Lee & M. Oliveira, U. F. Minas Gerais

Break
 	 	 
17.30-18.30 	
Learning Portuguese Vowels: Testing the Gradual Learning Algorithm 
J. Kingston, U. Massachusetts (Invited Speaker)

Posters
June, 11 - 12

Intonation in Northern Peninsular Spanish
A. Burga, U. Illinois 

Various phonetic realizations of phonological tonal targets in
Standard Chinese
Y. Chen, U. Edinburgh 

The obligatory contour principle in English perception
A. Coetzee, U. Massachusetts 

Study of generalization in individuals with mild-moderate phonological
disorders submitted to the therapeutic model of maximum oppositions
H. Mota & T. Bagetti, U. F. Santa Maria

Prosodic characteristics of spoken telephone numbers in European
Portuguese
M. Oliveira & T. Freitas, ILTEC

The new V/U phonology
O. Skljarov, U. St. Petersburg 
 
Time-scale speech processing and speech rhythm 
T. Skljarova & O. Skljarov, U. St. Petersburg
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