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LINGUIST List 19.3421

Sun Nov 09 2008

Confs: General Ling, Morphology, Phonology/Germany

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        1.    Markus Hiller, Prosodic Alignment at the Word Level

Message 1: Prosodic Alignment at the Word Level
Date: 05-Nov-2008
From: Markus Hiller <hillerids-mannheim.de>
Subject: Prosodic Alignment at the Word Level
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Prosodic Alignment at the Word Level

Date: 20-Nov-2008 - 21-Nov-2008
Location: Mannheim, Germany
Contact: Renate Raffelsiefen
Contact Email: alignids-mannheim.de

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Morphology; Phonology

Meeting Description:

This specialized workshop is on alignment, with focus on word-internal
morphological and prosodic constituents.

Thursday, 20.11.2008

09.15 h
Prof. Dr. Gisela Zifonun (IDS):

09.30 h
Renate Raffelsiefen / Caren Brinckmann (IDS):
Word-internal Alignment Effects in German

10.45 h
Marzena Zygis (ZAS Berlin) / Iwona Kraska Szlenk (Warsaw U.): Do Lexical
Frequency and Speech Tempo Influence Phonetic Realization of Boundaries?
The Case of Prefix-Stem Juncture in Polish Complex Words

11.40 h
Iwona Kraska-Szlenk (Warsaw U.):
The Interaction Between Morphological and Phonological Domains in Polish

14.00 h
George Smith (HU Berlin):
Word-level Prosodic Structure in French

14.55 h
Pauline Welby (U. de Provence):
Intonational Cues to Boundaries in French

16.00 h
Stig Eliasson (Mainz U.):
Prosodic clues to Word-internal Grammatical Boundaries in Swedish

16.55 h
Angela Grimm (Frankfurt U.):
The Alignment of Lexical and Prosodic Words in Child German: The Case of Compounds

18.00 h
Pia Bergmann (Freiburg U.):
Assimilation Within and Across Words in German

Friday, 21.11.2008

08.30 h
E-Ching Ng (Yale U.):
Affixation, Compounding and Singaporean English Word-level Tone

09.25 h
Markus Hiller (IDS):
Affix Types in Hungarian

10.45 h
Jochen Trommer (Leipzig U.):
Bisyllabicity, Boundaries and Prosodic Domains in Hungarian Vowel Harmony

11.40 h
László Hunyadi (Debrecen U.):
Experimental Evidence for Stress and Accent Assignment at Morphological
Constituent Boundaries in Hungarian

14.00 h
Patrik Bye (Tromsø U.):
Morphologically Conditioned Footing in Inari Saami

14.55 h
Marc van Oostendorp (Meertens Inst. / Leiden U.):
The Boundaries of Alignment. Pronoun-verb Merger in Varieties of Dutch
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