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LINGUIST List 19.2763

Thu Sep 11 2008

Confs: General Linguistics,Phonology,Semantics,Syntax/USA

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        1.    Peter Jenks, Comparing Prosodies Grammatically: A Workshop

Message 1: Comparing Prosodies Grammatically: A Workshop
Date: 10-Sep-2008
From: Peter Jenks <pjenksfas.harvard.edu>
Subject: Comparing Prosodies Grammatically: A Workshop
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Comparing Prosodies Grammatically: A Workshop

Date: 20-Sep-2008 - 20-Sep-2008
Location: Cambridge, MA, USA
Contact: Peter Jenks
Contact Email: pjenksfas.harvard.edu
Meeting URL:

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Phonology; Semantics; Syntax

Meeting Description:

A one day workshop of papers dealing with prosody and its interfaces with
syntax, semantics, and phonology.

10:00-10:40 Shinichiro Ishihara: ''Independence of Focus from Prosodic
Phrasing: Evidence from Japanese''

10:40-11:20 Peter Jenks (Harvard University): ''Prosodic boundaries and the
Thai right periphery''

15 minute break

11:45-12:35 Arsalan Kahnemuyipour and Jaklin Kornfilt: ''The Syntax-driven
Prosody of Turkish 'Pre-stressing' Suffixes''

12:35-1:15 Beste Kamali (Harvard University): ''Scope-prosody correspondence
and the major phrase in Turkish''


2:15-2:55 Victor Manfredi: ''APIP and early spellout in Benue-Kwa (Niger-Congo)''

2:55-3:35 Andrew Nevins (Harvard University): ''FIFTH Street but Fourth AVENUE,
and other nominal-internal anaphoric deaccenting puzzles''

15 minute break

3:50-4:30 Michael Wagner (Cornell/McGill) & Serena Crivellaro
Cornell):''Interpreting Prosodic Boundaries''

4:30 General Discussion
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