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LINGUIST List 22.4608

Fri Nov 18 2011

Confs: Ling Theories, Phonology, Typology, General Ling/USA

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        1.     Jeffrey Heinz , 2nd UConn Workshop on Stress and Accent

Message 1: 2nd UConn Workshop on Stress and Accent
Date: 16-Nov-2011
From: Jeffrey Heinz <heinzudel.edu>
Subject: 2nd UConn Workshop on Stress and Accent
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2nd UConn Workshop on Stress and Accent

Date: 03-Dec-2011 - 03-Dec-2011
Location: Storrs, CT, USA
Contact: Harry van der Hulst
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://udel.edu/~heinz/2011-stress-workshop-at-UConn/

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Linguistic Theories; Phonology; Typology

Meeting Description:

This is a one day event at the University of Connecticut, Storrs campus on stress and accent. It will be held on the 3rd floor of the Arjona building. A map is here:


For those who wish to stay in the campus hotel, please go to http://www.nathanhaleinn.com/ for the Nathan Hale Inn. For ‘improvised accomodation’ for students, contact Beata Moskal (beata.uconngmail.com).

This workshop is supported by NSF#1123692.

Updated Program (16 November)

Registration and Welcome / Light breakfast


Unstressed words and stress on lexically unstressed syllables in Spanish
José Ignacio Hualde (UIUC)

Coffee break

Harmony times culminativity equals unbounded stress
Jeffrey Heinz (U. of Delaware)

Classifying Stress Patterns by Cognitive Complexity
James Rogers (Earlham)

Lunch break

How many stress types are there? Linguistic typology and the unseen species problem
Max Bane (U. of Chicago)

Evaluating the quality of stress data
Paul de Lacy (Rutgers)

Coffee Break

Representations and operations in rhythmic stress
Kathryn Pruitt (UMass)

Separating primary stress from rhythm: evidence from StressTyp1
Harry van der Hulst (UConn) and Rob Goedemans (Leiden U.)

The form of stress generalizations
William Idsardi (UMCP)


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