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LINGUIST List 21.2711

Thu Jun 24 2010

Confs: Phonology/Portugal

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        1.    João Veloso, La mesure de la complexité en phonologie

Message 1: La mesure de la complexité en phonologie
Date: 22-Jun-2010
From: João Veloso <jvelosoletras.up.pt>
Subject: La mesure de la complexité en phonologie
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La mesure de la complexité en phonologie

Date: 20-Jul-2010 - 23-Jul-2010
Location: Porto, Portugal
Contact: João Veloso
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://cl.up.pt

Linguistic Field(s): Phonology

Meeting Description:

Advanced Course (16 hours) taught by Joaquim Brandão de Carvalho
(Université de Paris VIII, France).

Topics include:
Back to basics (Retour aux sources?): la mesure de la complexité en

1. Histoire et ambiguïté de la notion de marque en phonologie: complexité,
spécification, rapport implicationnel, optimalité, fréquence.

2. Problème I: Quel est le fondement de la spécification? Spécification
contrastive versus Radical underspecification theory (Archangeli).

3. Problème II: Questions liées à la spécification contrastive: 'pairwise
algorithm' versus 'successive division algorithm' (Dresher); binarisme versus
monovalence des traits ; la marque comme opération mentale.

4. Qu'est-ce qui est dans le lexique? Allophonie et 'phonetic detail', pertinence
et linéarité du signifiant.

The venue of the course will be Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do
Porto (Porto, Portugal). Sessions will be taught in French (though English and
Portuguese may be used in discussion and debate).

Tue-Fri, 9 am - 1 pm

Members of the University of Porto: free
Students from other institutions: 30 EUR
Others: 60 EUR

For applications or further information, please get in touch with João Veloso
at jvelosoletras.up.pt.

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