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LINGUIST List 17.1484

Sun May 14 2006

Confs: Phonology/Montreal, Quebec, Canada

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        1.    Mark Hale, 4th North American Phonology Conference


Message 1: 4th North American Phonology Conference
Date: 10-May-2006
From: Mark Hale <hale1modlang-hale.concordia.ca>
Subject: 4th North American Phonology Conference



4th North American Phonology Conference
Short Title: NAPhC4


Date: 12-May-2006 - 14-May-2006
Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Contact: Mark Hale
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://linguistics.concordia.ca/naphc4.html

Linguistic Field(s): Phonology

Meeting Description:

The Linguistics Program at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec
will host the Fourth North American Phonology Conference (NAPhC) from
May 12-14th, 2006. Abstract submission is invited on any area of
theoretical phonology, or related disciplines.

The Fourth North American Phonology Conference
Concordia University, Linguistics Program
May 12-14 2006

All talks will take place in EV 3.309
on the third floor of the new Engineering
and Visual Arts Building, 1515 St. Catherine W.

Friday, May 12
1:00-1:30
Registration
1:30-1:45
Introductory Remarks (Charles Reiss, Concordia U)
1:45-2:30
Heather Newell and Glyne Piggot (McGill), Achieving explanatory
adequacy: the form-meaning correlation in Ojibwa possessive
constructions
2:30-3:15
Feng-fan Hsieh (MIT), Arguing BR-Identity: Evidence from rGyalrong
3:15-3:45
Break
3:45-4:30
Kuniya Nasukawa (Tohoku Gakuin University), Prosody-melody
interaction determines directionality of assimilation
4:30-5:30
Invited Speaker, Michael Kenstowicz (MIT)

Saturday, May 13
9:30-10:15
Irene Barberia (Deusto/Illinois), More on hiatus resolution
in Spanish: vowel deletion
10:15-11:00
Lee Bickmore (Albany), Vowel length alternations in Chilungu
(Zambian Bantu)
11:00-11:30
Break
11:30-12:15
Nazarre Merchant and Bruce Tesar (Rutgers), Using local lexica
to learn ranking information and underlying feature values
12:15-1:00
Marie-Helene Cote (Ottawa), The French schwa and
the nature of the syntax-phonology interface
1:00-2:30
Lunch
2:30-3:15
Gabriel Poliquin and Andrew Nevins (Harvard), Rule ordering
as serial conflict resolution: evidence from the Bible and from Canada
3:15-4:00
Bert Vaux (Cambridge), What L2 phenomena reveal about
phonological cognition
4:00-4:30
Break
4:30-5:30
Invited Speaker: Gene Buckley (Penn), Simplicity and Explanation
in Metrical Typology

Sunday, May 14
9:30-10:15
Madelyn Kissock (Oakland), Microvariation and Phonological Features
10:15-11:00
Charles Cairns (CUNY) and Eric Raimy (Swarthmore), Raimy rules
in Spokane, Attic Greek, and elsewhere
11:00-11:30
Break
11:30-12:30
Invited Speaker: Curt Rice (Tromso)
12:30-12:45
Concluding Nonscientific Postscript (Mark Hale)


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