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LINGUIST List 17.3326

Wed Nov 15 2006

Confs: Phonetics,Phonology,Psycholinguistics/USA

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        1.    Shivali Gambhir, Experimental Approaches to Optimality Theory


Message 1: Experimental Approaches to Optimality Theory
Date: 14-Nov-2006
From: Shivali Gambhir <sssyahoo.com>
Subject: Experimental Approaches to Optimality Theory



Experimental Approaches to Optimality Theory
Short Title: ExpOT


Date: 18-May-2007 - 20-May-2007
Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
Contact: Andries Coetzee
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.ling.lsa.umich.edu/expot/

Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics; Phonology; Psycholinguistics

Meeting Description:

Experimental Approaches to Optimality Theory

Invited speakers: René Kager (Utrecht) and Joe Pater (UMass)

Over the past few decades, experimental data have been used increasingly as evidence in phonological theorizing. This is no less true of Optimality Theory (OT) as is evidenced by the growing body of OT literature that uses experimental data. The purpose of this workshop is twofold. On the one hand, we want to investigate the extent to which experimental data can be used to fine-tune OT analyses. On the other hand, we want to consider the challenges that non-categorical experimental data may pose to OT.

Detailed information is available at
http://www.ling.lsa.umich.edu/expot/


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