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Thu Sep 13 2007

Confs: Phonology/France

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Message 1: Problems with Surface-Based Generalisations
Date: 11-Sep-2007
From: Te-hsin Liu <liu.tehsingmail.com>
Subject: Problems with Surface-Based Generalisations
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Problems with Surface-Based Generalisations

Date: 08-Oct-2007 - 09-Oct-2007
Location: Paris, France
Contact: Te-hsin Liu
Contact Email: liu.tehsingmail.com
Meeting URL: http://hk.geocities.com/tehsinl/

Linguistic Field(s): Phonology

Meeting Description:

This workshop is funded by Paris 8 University, CNRS and UMR 7023.

Invited speakers:
Larry Hyman (University of California, Berkeley)
Haike Jacobs (University Nijmegen)
Sharon Peperkamp (Université de Paris 8)
Tobias Scheer (Université de Nice)

Preregistration is free but obligatory. Please go to
http://hk.geocities.com/tehsinl/ for more details.

Monday 8 October
9h00 Registration and opening remarks

Morning session
Chair: Joaquim Brandão de Carvalho Paris 8, UMR 7023

9h30-10h20 Invited talk :
''How can there be Surface-Based Generalizations if there is no Surface? Hakha
Lai Revisited'' Larry Hyman, University of California, Berkeley

10h20-11h00 ''On the tonal asymmetry in the dialects of the group Wu - an
input-based view'' Te-hsin Liu, Paris 8, UMR 7023

11h00-11h10 Coffee break

11h10-11h50 ''Deriving the Russian secondary imperfective''
Ora Matushansky, UMR 7023

11h50-12h30 ''Deep into the surface''
Marc van Oostendorp, Meertens Institute

12h30-14h00 Lunch

Afternoon session

Chair: Sophie Wauquier (Paris 8, UMR 7023)

14h00-14h40 ''Réduction vocalique en Lesbien et en Gallo-roman''
Delphine Seigneur-Froli, Université de Nice

14h40-15h20 ''Marque vs. fréquence : comment prédire l'ordre d'acquisition des
contrastes consonantiques?'' Naomi Yamaguchi, Université Paris 3, UMR 7018

15h20-15h30 Coffee break

15h30-16h10 ''Processus phonologiques et représentations abstraites dans
le parler de l'enfant'' Christophe dos Santos, Université Lumière Lyon 2
Yvan Rose, Memorial University of Newfoundland

16h10-17h00 Invited talk:
''Problems in loanword phonology, and how to deal with them''
Sharon Peperkamp, Université de Paris 8, LSCP

Tuesday 9 October
Morning session
Chair : Michela RussoParis 8, UMR 7023

9h30- 10h20 Invited talk :
''Why neither sympathy nor comparative markedness are able to account for
prosodic opacity'' Haike Jacobs, University Nijmegen

10h20-11h00 ''Allongement compensatoire et opacité chez OT''
Jean-Marc Beltzung, Université Paris 3, UMR 7018

11h00-11h10 Coffee break

11h10-11h50 ''Un traitement OT de l'opacité''
Alain Dawson, Université de Toulouse Le Mirail

11h50-12h30 ''Scratching the surface - Floating consonants in French, the
need for the skeleton at input and PARSE-X understood''
Shanti Ulfsbjorninn, SOAS, University of London

12h30-14h00 Lunch
Afternoon session
Chair: Mohamed Lahrouchi (UMR 7023)

14h00-14h40 ''Une théorie de la syllabe au service de l'imperfectif et du
causatif du berbère tachlhit''
Kadija Aboufarah (Hammane), Paris 8, UMR 7023

14h40-15h20 ''The Too-many-solutions problem illustrated with West
Germanic Gemination''
Bernard Hermans, Meertens Institute

15h20-15h30 Coffee break

15h30-16h10 ''Proliferating derivations: the coda-onset asymmetry in the
light of candidate chains''
Clàudia Pons Moll, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

16h10- 17h00 Invited talk:
''Constraints and representations: (how) labour is divided''
Tobias Scheer, Université de Nice, UMR 6039 &
Abdellah Chekayri , Université Al Akhawayn, Ifrane, Maroc


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