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LINGUIST List 19.3464

Fri Nov 14 2008

Confs: Historical Linguistics, Phonetics/Spain

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        1.    Daniel Recasens, Experimental Phonetics and Sound Change


Message 1: Experimental Phonetics and Sound Change
Date: 11-Nov-2008
From: Daniel Recasens <daniel.recasensuab.es>
Subject: Experimental Phonetics and Sound Change
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Experimental Phonetics and Sound Change

Date: 11-May-2009 - 11-May-2009
Location: Salamanca, Spain
Contact: Fernando Sánchez Miret
Contact Email: fsmiretusal.es

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics; Phonetics

Meeting Description:

The goal of the workshop "Experimental Phonetics and Sound Change" is to gather
scholars working on the phonetic and phonological factors causing sound change
to occur. Experimental evidence collected during the last decades calls for the
need to build better models of sound change which incorporate data on
articulatory and acoustic variation as well as information on perceptual
categorization mechanisms. Papers presented at the Salamanca workshop deal with
the explanation of several sound changes: changes in vowel quality and vowel
diphthongization; consonant voicing, assimilation, palatalization, vocalization
and retroflexion; the structure of sibilant inventories.

The workshop is funded by a project on sound change from the Spanish Ministry of
Education and Science. It will be held on Monday May 11th 2009 at the University
of Salamanca. There will be ten invited papers about 30 minutes long plus 5
minutes for questions. Presentations will be mainly in English but also in Spanish.

Those interested in attending the workshop should contact:

Dr. Fernando Sánchez Miret
Departamento de Lengua Española
Universidad de Salamanca
Plaza de Anaya s/n
E-37008 Salamanca
Phone: +34 923 294445
fsmiretusal.es

Invited Speakers

Silvia Calamai (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa)
Speech Rate and Articulatory Patterns in Italian Nasal-Velar Clusters

Chiara Celata (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa)
The Articulatory Grounding of Rhotic Retroflexion in Romance Dialects

Juan Felipe García Santos (Universidad de Salamanca)
Algunos cambios fonéticos del español, analizados desde la fonética acústica

Julián Méndez Dosuna (Universidad de Salamanca)
To be announced

Joaquín Romero (Universitat Rovira i Virgili) and Lucrecia Rallo (Universitat de
les Illes Balears)
An Acoustic Study of Vowel Shift in Majorcan Catalan

Daniel Recasens and Aina Espinosa (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona & Institut
d'Estudis Catalans)
Perceptual Analysis of the Articulatory and Acoustic Factors Triggering Dark /l/
Vocalization

Fernando Sánchez Miret (Universidad de Salamanca)
Metafonía y diptongación en la Romania

Maria Josep Solé (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
Phonological Constraints and Phonetic Data: Postnasal Voicing and Devoicing

Kenneth Wireback (Miami University, Oxford, Ohio)
A Reexamination of the Palatalization of Latin Velar + Dentoalveolar Consonant
Sequences in the Light of Phonetic Research.

Marzena Zygis (Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, Berlin)
The Structure of Slavic Sibilant Inventories.
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