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LINGUIST List 17.1485

Sun May 14 2006

Confs: Germanic/Phonology/Bloomington, IN, USA

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        1.    alexis lanham, Phonologyfest

Message 1: Phonologyfest
Date: 10-May-2006
From: alexis lanham <adlanhamindiana.edu>
Subject: Phonologyfest


Date: 19-Jun-2006 - 29-Jun-2006
Location: Bloomington, IN, USA
Contact: Alexis Lanham
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.indiana.edu/~phono/

Linguistic Field(s): Phonology

Subject Language(s): None

Language Family(ies): Germanic

Meeting Description:

Phonologyfest is a two week series of lectures on Optimality Theory and Germanic Phonology including a weekend workshop focusing on Current Issues in Phonology such as Long Distance Processes, Laryngeal Phonology and the Nature of Phonological Representation in the Lexicon.

Phonologyfest 2006

Indiana University

June 19th- 29th

Week One: Perspectives on Optimality Theory

June 19-22 (Monday-Thursday)
Each lecturer will be giving a series of four lectures

John McCarthy (UMass) --- Architectural issues

Arto Anttila (Stanford) --- Variation

Rachel Walker (USC) --- Harmony

Daniel Dinnsen (IU) --- Acquisition

Weekend Workshop

June 23-24 (Friday-Saturday)

Friday morning June 23

Laryngeal Phonology (focus on Germanic)

Catherine Ringen, Jill Beckman, Tracy Alan Hall, Joe Salmons

Friday afternoon June 23

Long Distance Processes in Phonology

Rachel Walker, Colin Wilson, Eric Bakovic, Gunnar Hansson

Saturday June 24

Phonological Representation in the Lexicon

Matt Goldrick, Stefan Frisch, Terrance Nearey, Robert Port, Donca Steriade,
Andries Coetzee, Kenneth de Jong, David Pisoni, Susie Levi, Noah Silbert,
Volya Kapatsinski

Week Two: The Phonology of Germanic Languages

June 26-29 (Monday-Thursday)
Each lecturer will be giving a series of four lectures

Tracy Alan Hall (IU) -- German phonology

Curt Rice (University of Tromso) -- Norwegian phonology

Marc van Oostendorp (Meertens Institute) -- Dutch phonology

Stuart Davis (IU) -- English phonology

Registration is $50 per week for students, $100 per week for non-students,

Workshop: $15 for students, $25 for non-students

Registration deadline is June 1st, 2006

For more information and to register please visit www.indiana.edu/~phono/

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