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Tue Feb 3 2004

Confs: Phonology/Morphology/Leipzig, Germany

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Message 1: Workshop on Word Domains: Theory and Typology

Date: Tue, 3 Feb 2004 08:44:22 -0500 (EST)
From: khilde <khildeuni-leipzig.de>
Subject: Workshop on Word Domains: Theory and Typology


Workshop on Word Domains: Theory and Typology 

Date: 07-Apr-2004 - 08-Apr-2004
Location: Leipzig, Germany
Contact: Kristine Hildebrandt
Contact Email: khildeuni-leipzig.de 
Meeting URL: http://www.uni-leipzig.de/~autotyp/events/workshop.html

Linguistic Sub-field: Phonology, Morphology

Meeting Description:

The theme of this workshop is the role of the ''word'' in phonology
and morphology from the perspective of both theory and typology.
Absracts are invited on papers dealing with any aspects of the theory
or typology of the word, including diagnostics for phonological and
grammatical words (and conflicts within these), the relationship
between phonological and grammatical words, phonological processes
bounded by the word, the relevance of the word for prosodic morphology
and tone, and other phenomena that make reference to phonological and
grammatical words. 

The Program & Schedule for the Workshop on Word Domains: Theory &
Typology, to be held 7-8 April 2004, at the University of Leipzig, is
now available. For more information on abstracts and venue, please
visit the web page at
http://www.uni-leipzig.de/~autotyp/events/workshop.html

Wednesday, April 7, 2004

9:00-10:00	Invited speaker:
	 Larry M. Hyman (UC Berkeley)
	 Prefixes, suffixes, stem, and word in Bantu

10:00-10:45 	Antony D. Green (University of Potsdam)
	 Lenition, coronal blocking, and compounding in Irish

10:45-11:00	Coffee break

11:00-11.45	Renate Raffelsiefen (Free University of Berlin)
	 Word-internal morphological structure: the evidence from prosody

11:45-12.30	Jochen Trommer (University of Osnabr�ck)
	 'Case suffixes', postpositions and the phonological word in
 Hungarian

12:30-14:00	Lunch

14:00-14:45 	Anthi Revithiadou and Kalomoira Nikolou (Aegean University)
	 Phonological cues for word domains

14:45-15.30	Sharon Inkelas (UC Berkeley) and Cheryl Zoll (MIT)
	 Prosodic words, affixes and the typology of reduplication

15.30-16:00	Coffee break

16:00-16:45	Guanjun Feng (USC)
	 Phonological restrictions in morphemes shaping reduplicated
 words

16:45-17:30	Bhavani Saravanan (Stony Brook University)
	 Constraints on stem length

		Dinner (venue and time to be announced)

Thursday, April 8, 2004

9:00-9:45	Siri Tuttle (University of Alaska Fairbanks)
	 Phonetics and the word definition in Ahtna Athabascan

9:45-10:30 	H. Ekkehard Wolff (University of Leipzig)
	 Word-level 'prosodies' in Chadic languages in synchronic and 
	 diachronic Perspective

10:30-11:00	Coffee break

11:00-11.45	David Gil (MPI for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig)
	 On the notion of the word in isolating languages: the case of
 Riau Indonesian

11:45-12.30	Annette Hohenberger (MPI for Psychological Research, Munich)
	 The word in sign language

12:30-14:00	Lunch

14:00-14:45 	Astrid Kraehenmann and Frans Plank (University of Constance)
	 Words without vowels in Upper German: Clitics wanting to be
 affixes

14:45-15.30	Baris Kabak and Rene Schiering (University of Constance)
	 The fate of clitics at the phonology-morphology interface

15.30-16:00	Coffee break

16:00-16:45	Paola Monachesi (Utrecht University)
	 Romanian between Balkan and Romance: The case of tense
 auxiliaries

16:45-17:45	Invited speaker:
	 Daniel L. Everett (University of Manchester)
	 Semantic and syntactic sources of word liminality
Alternate:

	 Diana Passino (University of Padua)
	 Observations on monoconsonantal prefixes
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