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Message 1: Program Announcement, Fourth Conference on Laboratory Phonology

Date: Fri, 02 Jul 1993 12:38:41 Program Announcement, Fourth Conference on Laboratory Phonology
From: <connellbvax.ox.ac.uk>
Subject: Program Announcement, Fourth Conference on Laboratory Phonology

Program Announcement

LABPHON 4

Fourth Conference On Laboratory Phonology

August 11-14 1993

University Of Oxford

Hosted by Oxford University Phonetics Laboratory

Venue: Taylor Institution
Accommodation: Somerville College

Conference participants who received the conference booklet please note the
changes to the program.

Program

Wednesday, Aug 11th: Arrival.

6.30 - 9.00 pm: Registration and reception in Somerville College.

Session 1, Thursday morning: 9 am - 1 pm

1. 9 - 10 am: Intermediate Properties in the Perception of Distinctive
 Feature Values.
 J. Kingston, Massachusetts & R. Diehl, Texas. (Invited paper.)
 Discussant: T. Nearey, Alberta.

2. 10 - 11 am: Speech Perception and Lexical Representation: the role of
 vowel Nasalization in Hindi and English.
 J. Ohala, UC Berkeley & M. Ohala, San Jose.
 Discussant: J. McQueen, Cambridge.

 11 - 11.30 am: Coffee

3. 11.30 - 12.30 pm: Perceptual Evidence for the Mora in Japanese.
 H. Kubozono, Osaka.
 Discussant: M. Beckman, Ohio State.

4. 12.30 - 1 pm: General discussion.

Session 2, Thurs. afternoon: 2.30 - 6.30 pm

1. 2.30 - 3.30 pm: On the Status of Redundant Features: the case of backness
 and roundness in American English
 K. de Jong, UCLA.
 Discussant: H. van der Hulst, Leiden.

2. 3.30 - 4.30 pm: An Acoustic and Electropalatographic Study of Lexical
 and Post-Lexical Palatalization in American English.
 E. Zsiga, Yale/Haskins.
 Discussant: J. Scobbie, Edinburgh.

 4.30 - 5 pm: Tea

3. 5 - 6 pm: The Influence of Syntactic Structure on [s] to [S] Assimilation.
 T. Holst & F. Nolan, Cambridge.
 Discussant: C. Browman, Yale/Haskins.

4. 6 - 6.30 pm: General discussion

Session 3, Friday morning: 9 am - 1 pm

1. 9 - 10 am: Toward a Theory of Phonetic and Phonological Timing: evidence
 from Bantu.
 K. Hubbard, UC Berkeley.
 Discussant: B. Tranel, UC Irvine.

2. 10 - 10.30 am: Stress Shift - Do Speakers Do It and Do Listeners Use It?
 E. Grabe & P. Warren, Cambridge.

 10.30 - 11 am: Coffee

3. 11 am - 12.30 pm: Phonology and Phonetics of the Rhythm Rule.
 I. Vogel, Delaware, T. Bunnell, du Pont, & S. Hoskins,
 Delaware.
 Discussant (for both 2 & 3): S. Shattuck-Hufnagel, MIT.

4. 12.30 - 1 pm: General discussion.

Friday Afternoon

Poster session: S. Bird & O. Stegen, Edinburgh; M. Grice, Saarbruchen;
S. Hawkins, P. Warren, & R. Young, Cambridge; K. Hayward, London; V. v.Heuven
& R. Goedmans, Leiden; J-M. Hombert, Lyon; G. Jetchev, Pisa; M. Kondo,
Edinburgh; P. Ladefoged, UCLA; K. Maekawa, S. Kiritani, & H. Hirose, Tokyo;
R. Ogden & J. Local, York; A. Rietveld & C. Gussenhoven, Nijmegen; C. Sotillo,
Edinburgh.

Walking tour of Oxford

Visit to OUPL

Friday Evening

Conference Dinner and party

Session 4, Saturday morning: 9 am - 1 pm

1. 9 - 10 am: The Role of Perception in Language Change.
 T. Janson, Goteborg. (Invited paper.)
 Discussant: J. Ohala, Berkeley.

2. 10 - 11 am: A Production and Perceptual Account of Palatalization.
 D. Recasens, J. Fontdevila & M. D. Pallares, Barcelona.
 Discussant: J-M. Hombert, Lyon.

 11 - 11.30 am Coffee

3. 11.30 am - 12.30 pm: The Phonetics and Phonology of Glottalized
 Consonants in Lendu.
 D. Demolin, Brussels.
 Discussant: L. Goldstein, Yale/Haskins.

4. 12.30 - 1 pm: General discussion.


Session 5, Sat. afternoon: 2.30 - 6.30 pm

1. 2.30 - 3.30 pm: Orals, Gutturals, and the Jaw.
 S. Lee, Ohio State.
 Discussant: Francis Nolan, Cambridge.

2. 3.30 - 4.30 pm: Asymmetry of Prosodic Effects on the Glottal Gesture
 in Korean.
 S-A. Jun, Ohio State/UCLA.
 Discussant: G. Docherty, Newcastle.

 4.30 - 5 pm: Tea

3. 5 - 6 pm: Prosodic Patterns in the Coordination of Vowel and
 Consonant Gestures.
 C. Smith, UCLA.
 Discussant: R. Ogden, York.

4. 6 - 6.30 pm: General discussion.

Conference Organizers: Bruce Connell, Amalia Arvaniti, Ian Watson.

Further information, email: phoneticsvax.ox.ac.uk
postal address: LP4, Phonetics Laboratory, Oxford University,
41 Wellington Sq., Oxford OX1 2JF, UK.
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Message 2: CONSOLE

Date: Mon, 05 Jul 1993 17:12:44 CONSOLE
From: Marcel den Dikken <DIKKENrulcri.LeidenUniv.nl>
Subject: CONSOLE

 THE SECOND CONFERENCE of the
 STUDENT ORGANIZATION of LINGUISTICS in EUROPE

 C O N S O L E 2

 Universities of Tuebingen and Stuttgart
 December 10-12, 1993

 including a special session on verbal syntax, moderated by
 Hubert Haider

Submissions are invited from students only, in all fields of theoretical
linguistics. Submissions for the special session on verbal syntax are
especially welcome.

The deadline for submission is August 31, 1993.

Students are invited to submit a two-page abstract, either by

postal mail: CONSOLE 2
 Ulrike Demske-Neumann & Lisa Breidt
 Seminar fuer Sprachwissenschaft (SfS)
 Kleine Wilhelmstrasse 113
 D-7400 Tuebingen
 Germany

or by e-mail: consoleearley.sns.neuphilologie.uni-tuebingen.de

or by fax: +31703231686

Limited crash space is available to speakers. Partial reimbursement for
travelling expenses will be provided.

For further information, contact the organizers at the above address.
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