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Message 1: Conf: Phonology Workshop, Manchester, England

Date: 13 Apr 95 11:26
From: <P.A.Rowlettmod-lang.salford.ac.uk>
Subject: Conf: Phonology Workshop, Manchester, England

Third Phonology Workshop - Thursday 11 May - Friday 12 May 1995
Organised by the North-West Centre for Romance Linguistics
Venue: Hulme Hall Lecture Suite, Manchester University, England

The registration form for the conference should be returned by
Friday 5 May at the latest.

For those of you requiring accommodation we list below details
of a couple of hotels within easy reach of the University. When
you book please mention the Department of Linguistics, University
of Manchester, as we have an agreed rate with these hotels:

 The Grafton Hotel
 56 Grafton St
 Manchester

 Tel: 0161-273 3092 Fax: 0161-274 3693

Rates per night (including breakfast):

 Single room in Annexe 15.00
 Single room (with bath) 25.00
 Single room (without bath) 20.00
 Double room (with bath) 45.00
 Double room (without bath) 35.00

 The Willowbank
 340 Wilmslow Road
 Manchester

 Tel: 0161-224 0461

Rates per night (including breakfast, all with bath):

 Single room 43.00 (Thursday night)
 Double room 53.00 (Thursday night)
 Single room 25.00 (Friday night)
 Double room 42.00 (Friday night)

The Grafton Hotel is within walking distance of the University
whereas the Willowbank is a bus ride away. Participants should
where possible book their own hotel rooms, though if you contact
Elaine or Heather on 0161-745 5193 they would be happy to do the
booking for you.

For those of you who want to contact us electronically the email
address of the secretary dealing with the workshop is:
e.m.kellymod-lang.salford.ac.uk.

NORTH-WEST CENTRE FOR ROMANCE LINGUISTICS
(University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University,
Salford University, UMIST)

THIRD PHONOLOGY WORKSHOP
Registration Form

VENUE: Hulme Hall Lecture Suite, University of Manchester


Please complete the form below and return to:

 Elaine Kelly
 ESRI/Dept of Modern Languages
 University of Salford
 Salford M5 4WT

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FULL REGISTRATION FEE: 45

(The above figure is inclusive of: Registration Fee; Sandwich
lunch (Thursday), Dinner at the Vice-Chancellor's Residence
(Thursday); Lunch (Friday); coffees/teas during sessions).

NAME:.....................................................

INSTITUTION:..............................................

ADDRESS:..................................................

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TEL NO:...................................................

Cheques are to be made payable to THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER.
For those of you attending from overseas, could you please pay
by Sterling Draft drawn on a London bank. If this is not
possible you may pay either by cash or Travellers' Cheques on the
day. Registration Forms should be returned by 5 May 1995 at the
latest.

DIETARY REQUIREMENTS (Please delete as appropriate):
Vegetarian/Non-vegetarian

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List of Speakers and Papers

On r
Judith Broadbent (University College London)

Acoustic signatures of phonological primes
Wiebke Brockhaus (University College of Ripon & York St John),
Carl Chalfont (University of Huddersield), Michael Ingleby
(University of Huddersfield)

A rider on Aitken's Law: who is right?
Jacques Durand (University of Salford-Aix)

An optimality account of diachronic realignment in Arawan prosody
Daniel Everett (University of Pittsburgh)

The non-optimality of syllabic consonants
S J Hannahs, M Davenport (University of Durham)

The `final release rule' in Tyneside English: phonological and
conversational constraints on variation
Paul Foulkes, Jim Milroy, Gerry Docherty (University of
Newcastle)

Disyllabic nouns in Old English
Richard Hogg (University of Manchester)

Moraic contraints on the distribution of segments in syllables
Francis Katamba (Lancaster University)

Some principles of phonetic exponency: an attempt at making
Firthian Prosodic Analysis more explicit
Richard Ogden (University of York)

Phonological and phonetic perspectives on the delayed and
disordered acquisition of initial consonant clusters
James Scobbie (Queen Margaret College)

Rules and representations in phonological change
Nigel Vincent (University of Manchester)
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Message 2: "Good Enough" Optimality in Syuntax conference address

Date: Fri, 14 Apr 95 13:20:06
From: David Pesetsky <pesetskMIT.EDU>
Subject: "Good Enough" Optimality in Syuntax conference address

Our announcement on LINGUIST inadvertently omitted the address to send
preregistrations forms to:

Good Enough
20D-219 MIT
Cambridge, MA 02139 (USA)
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