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Message 1: Call for abstracts American Dialect Society

Date: Sat, 11 Feb 1995 13:07:39 Call for abstracts American Dialect Society
From: <simonCVAX.IPFW.INDIANA.EDU>
Subject: Call for abstracts American Dialect Society


Call For Abstracts
AMERICAN DIALECT SOCIETY, MIDWEST REGIONAL MEETING

Submission deadline: March 27, 1994, for

 American Dialect Society session
 Midwest Modern Language Association
 November 2-4, 1995
 St. Louis, MO
 Marriott Pavilion Hotel

Abstracts and proposals on any topic welcome. If there is
sufficient interest, we will have a session devoted to papers,
presentations and discussion on topics related to Midland
dialect.

Send to Beth Lee Simon, simoncvax.ipfw.indiana.edu
 CM 109
 Department of English and Linguistics
 Indiana University-Purdue University at Fort Wayne
 Fort Wayne, IN 46805

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Message 2: Call for participation: Interfaces in Phonology

Date: Fri, 10 Feb 95 12:33:27 GMCall for participation: Interfaces in Phonology
From: Ursula Kleinhenz <ursularicarda.fas.ag-berlin.mpg.de>
Subject: Call for participation: Interfaces in Phonology

The Forschungsschwerpunkt Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft (FAS)
announces the
* * * Conference on Interfaces in Phonology * * *
to be held in Berlin, Germany, March 23-25, 1995

Invited speakers:
Sharon Inkelas
Ellen M. Kaisse
Patricia A. Keating
Aditi Lahiri
Marina Nespor

The program
Thursday, March, 23rd
9.20 Welcome
9.30-10.30 ELLEN M. KAISSE (UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON)
Intonation, Timing and P2-rules: The case of Argentinian s-Weakening
10.30-11.10 LOREN BILLINGS (PRINCETON UNIVERSITY AND RUTGERS UNIVERSITY)
Sandhi phenomena and language change
11.10-11.50 S.J. HANNAHS (UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM)
Phonological structure and Welsh Soft Mutation
13.30-14.10 SHARON PEPERKAMP (UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM/ HIL)
On the prosodic incorporation of clitics
14.10-14.50 BEN HERMANS (TILBURG UNIVERSITY)
Where is intonation?
14.50-15.30 HEMALATHA NAGARAJAN (UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON/ CENTRAL INSTITUTE OF
 ENGLISH AND FOREIGN LANGUAGES, HYDERABAD)
Gemination of stops in Tamil: evidence for a focus level
16.00-16.40 ZHIMING BAO (NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE)
Tree Geometry and the Syntax-Phonology Interface
16.40-17.40 MARINA NESPOR (UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM/ HIL)
Acquiring syntax at a prelexical stage

Friday, 24th
9.30-10.30 SHARON INKELAS (UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA/ BERKELEY)
Dominant affixes and the theoretical status of morpheme-specific phonology
10.30-11.10 OUTI BAT-EL (TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY)
Phonologically-based word formation: Modern Hebrew blends
11.10-11.50 CHRIS GOLSTON (HEINRICH-HEINE-UNIVERSITAET, DUESSELDORF)
Prosodic Constraints on Roots and Words
13.30-14.10 IGGY ROCA (UNIVERSITY OF ESSEX)
The phonology-morphology interface: a case from Spanish
14.10-14.50 RENE KAGER (UTRECHT UNIVERSITY)
On affix allomorphy and syllable counting
14.50-15.30 MANUELA NOSKE (UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA/ DAVIS)
Blocking in "derived environments": a representational account
 17.00-17.40 C. ORHAN ORGUN (UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA/ BERKELEY)
Suspended Affixation: A new look at the phonology-morphology interface
17.40-18.20 RENATE RAFFELSIEFEN (HEINRICH-HEINE UNIVERSITAET, DUESSELDORF)
Explaining phonologically conditioned gaps in word formation
20.00-??? Dinner and Party at the Conference Site

Saturday, 25th
9.30-10.30 PATRICIA A. KEATING (UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA/ LOS ANGELES)
The Phonology-Phonetics Interface
10.30-11.10 GABRIELE SCHARF (UNIVERSITY OF TUEBINGEN), INGO HERTRICH (UNIVERSITY
 OF TUEBINGEN), IGGY ROCA (UNIVERSITY OF ESSEX), GRZEGORZ DOGIL (UNIVERSITY OF
 STUTTGART)
Articulatory Correlates of Secondary Stress in Polish and Spanish
11.10-12.50 MICHAEL JESSEN (UNIVERSITY OF STUTTGART)
Integrating phonetic and phonological evidence in the analysis of laryngeal
 features in German
13.30-14.10 SYLVIA LOEHKEN (FAS, BERLIN)
Consonantal Epenthesis in German. Interaction of Phonological and Morphological
 Aspects in Sound Change
14.10-15.50 CARRIE DYCK (UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO)
The interface between underspecified phonological representations and specified
 phonetic representations
15.50-16.30 JEONG-IM HAN (CORNELL UNIVERSITY)
Phonological timing, tenseness and their phonetic interpretation: Evidence from
 Korean
17.00-17.40 G.N. CLEMENTS (CNRS PARIS) & S.R. HERTZ (CORNELL UNIVERSITY AND
 ELOQUENT TECHNOLOGY, ITHACA)
English Vowels at the Phonology/ Phonetics Interface: Match or Mismatch?
17.40-18.40 ADITI LAHIRI (UNIVERSITY OF KONSTANZ)
Phonetic variation and the lexicon

Alternate abstracts (in alphabetical order):
MONIKA BAUMANN (MPI, NIJMEGEN)
The production of syllables in connected speech
PAOLA MONACHESI (TILBURG UNIVERSITY)
On the representation of Italian clitics
RICHARD WIESE (HEINRICH-HEINE UNIVERSITAET, DUESSELDORF)
Prosodic alternations in English morphology: A non-rule-based account of
 markedness and rulegoveredness
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REGISTRATION
Registration is free.
The party ticket (for non-speakers) is 20,-DM ($14)

If you register for the conference, you will recieve further
information about accomodation, etc.

We strongly advise you to book a hotel room as soon as possible,
since there are other conferences to be held nearby.

You can register by email

O I want to register for CIP 1995

O I want to purchase a party ticket

O I want to order a bus ticket for berlin (29,-DM for 3 days, 33,-DM
 for 5 days) The 5-day ticket has to be ordered before february, 14th.

The CIP organizing committee at FAS
Jaegerstr. 10/11
10117 Berlin
Germany

Ursula Kleinhenz T.A. Hall
ursulafas.ag-berlin.mpg.de hallfas.ag-berlin.mpg.de
phone: (0049) -30 -20192499 (0049) -30 -20192570
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