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LINGUIST List 20.2014

Fri May 29 2009

Confs: Phonetics, Phonology/France

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        1.    Beth Hume, Tones & Features: A Symposium to Honor Nick Clements

Message 1: Tones & Features: A Symposium to Honor Nick Clements
Date: 27-May-2009
From: Beth Hume <ehumeling.osu.edu>
Subject: Tones & Features: A Symposium to Honor Nick Clements
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Tones & Features: A Symposium to Honor Nick Clements

Date: 18-Jun-2009 - 19-Jun-2009
Location: Paris, France
Contact: Beth Hume
Contact Email: < click here to access email >

Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics; Phonology

Meeting Description:

A two-day symposium will be held to honor the scholarly contributions of G. Nick
Clements to the field of linguistics. Seating is limited in the presentation hall. Therefore, all those wishing to attend must reserve a spot in advance, on a first-come first-served basis. Please send your request to GNCsymposiumling.osu.edu.


John Goldsmith (University of Chicago)
Beth Hume (The Ohio State University)
Leo Wetzels (CNRS, Paris; VU University Amsterdam)


Laboratoire de phonétique et phonologie, Paris
University of Chicago
The Ohio State University

Tones and Features: A Symposium in Honor of G. Nick Clements
University of Chicago Paris Center
6, rue Thomas Mann, 75013 Paris

Thursday, June 18th

9:00 – 9:30

9:30 – 10:05
François Dell (EHESS-CNRS, Paris)
“Text-to-Tune Alignment in Singing and Autosegmental Representations in Phonology: A Comparison”

10:05 – 10:40
Charles Kisseberth (Tel Aviv University)
“Tonal Opacity in Emakhuwa”

10:40 – 11:15 Pierre Hallé (LPP-CNRS)
“Voice-assimilated Obstruents in French: Phonetic Cues for Recovering the Intended Value of the [voice] Feature”

11:15 – 11:30
Coffee Break

11:30 -12:05
Leo Wetzels (Amsterdam; LPP-CNRS)
“The Representation of Vowel Features and Vowel Neutralization in Brazilian Portuguese.”

12:05 – 12:40
Jacqueline Vaissière (LPP-CNRS)
“Toward an Acoustico-Perceptual Representation of the Sounds, Incorporating the Language-Dependent System of Contrasts”

12:40 – 2:30

2:30 – 3:05
Joan Mascaró (Barcelona)
“The Phonetic Nature of Taps/Flaps and Trills in Neutralizing Environments in Catalan.”

3:05 – 3:40
Beth Hume (Ohio State) and Jeff Mielke (Ottawa)
“On the Markedness of Phonological Features”

3:40 – 4:00
Coffee Break

4:00 – 4:35
Durand Jacques (Toulouse)
''On the Word in French: What Does Phonology Teach Us?''

4:35 – 5:10
John Goldsmith (Chicago) and Fidele Mpiranya (Chicago)
“Verbal Tone in Kinyarwanda and Kirundi”

5:10 – 5:45
Engin Sezer


Friday June 19th

9:00 – 9:35
Aditi Lahiri (Oxford)
“Discrete and Discreet Features and Tones”

9:35– 10:10
Hyunsoon Kim (Hongik University, Seoul Korea), Shinji Maeda (ENST, Paris) and Kiyoshi Honda (LPP-CNRS, Paris)
“Motion Capture Data on the Korean Plosives /p, ph, p'/: Implications for the Feature [tense]”

10:10 – 10:45
David Odden (Ohio State)
“Features Impinging on Tone”

10:45 – 11:00
Coffee Break

11:00 -11:35
Annie Rialland (LPP-CNRS) and Penou-Achille Somé (EPHE, Paris) “Anticipatory Raising and Interval Scaling in Dagara Downstep: Evidence for a Linguistic Pitch Scale”

11:35 – 12:10
Rachid Ridouane (LPP-CNRS)
“On the Phonetic Implementation of Distinctive Features: [spread glottis] as a Case Study.”

12:10 – 2:30

2:30 – 3:05
Donca Steriade (MIT)
“Contour Correspondence: Tonal and Segmental Evidence”

3:05 – 3:40
Grzegorz Dogil (Stuttgart), Steven M. Lulich (MIT), Andreas Madsack (Stuttgart) & Wolfgang Wokurek (Stuttgart)
“The Feature [back] and Subglottal Resonances: A Case Study of
Quantal Barriers and Swabian Diphthongs”

3:40 – 4:00
Coffee Break

4:00 – 4:35
Larry Hyman (UC, Berkeley)
“Do Tones Have Features?”

4:35 – 5:10
Nick Clements (LPP-CNRS), Alexis Michaud (LACITO-CNRS) & Cédric Patin (LPP-CNRS)
''Do We Need Tone Features? ”


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