LINGUIST List 7.911

Wed Jun 19 1996

Confs: Prosodic & Phrasal Phonology, Conflicting Constraints

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  1. jan don, OTS workshop on Prosodic and Phrasal Phonology
  2. "H. de Hoop", BCN Workshop on Conflicting Constraints

Message 1: OTS workshop on Prosodic and Phrasal Phonology

Date: Wed, 19 Jun 1996 10:23:36 BST
From: jan don <>
Subject: OTS workshop on Prosodic and Phrasal Phonology

The Research Institute for Language and Speech (OTS) of Utrecht University
organizes a workshop on Prosodic and Phrasal Phonology July 2-3.

If you want to attend this workshop, we kindly ask you to send your
preregistration by E-mail to the following address:
We will then send you some further information concerning the workshop.

Programme Workshop on Prosodic and Phrasal Phonology
Research Institute of Language and Speech
Utrecht University
July 2-3, 1996

July 1
20:00	Registration (Trans 10)

July 2 Room: Trans 10, 0.01

 9:45	Moira Yip (University of California, Irvine)
	"Feet, tonal reduction and speech rate at the word and phrase level in

10:30	David Odden & Ruth Roberts-Kohno (Ohio State University)
	"Constraints on super-low tone in Kikamba"

11:15	Coffee break

11:45	Valerie Pasdeloup (Universite Libre Bruxelles)
	"Prosody is constrained by rhythmic laws: The case of French"

12:30	Lunch break

14:00	Herman Hendriks (OTS, Utrecht University)
	"L+H* accent and non-monotone anaphora"

14:45	Sieb G. Nooteboom (OTS, Utrecht University)
	"Some aspects of the production and perception of prosody: Evidence fro

15:30	Tea break

16:00	Aditi Lahiri (Universitaet Konstanz)
	Invited speaker: "Prosodic phrasing and intonation"

	Dinner and informal meeting

July 3 Room: Drift 21, room 1.09

 9:30	Marina Nespor (University of Amsterdam)
	Invited speaker: TBA

10:30	Hubert Truckenbrodt (Universitaet Tuebingen)
	"Packaging syntactic structure in prosodic constituents"

11:15	Coffee break

11:45	Loren Billings (Zentrum fuer Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, Berlin) &
	Michael Yadroff (Indiana University)
	"Prosodic correspondence in syntax: Russian approximate inversion"

12:30	Lunch break

14:00	Motoko Katayama (University of California, Santa Cruz)
	"On Japanese prosodic phrasing"

14:45	Yoonjung Kang & Michael Kenstowicz (Massachusetts Institute of
	"Phonological phrase in Seoul Korean: Length and focus"

15:30	Tea break

16:00	Elisabeth Selkirk (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)
	Invited speaker: "Constraints on prosodic phrasing"
Jan Don
Trans 10 tel.: +31-30-2536065
3512 JK Utrecht fax: +31-30-2536000
The Netherlands E-mail: or
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Message 2: BCN Workshop on Conflicting Constraints

Date: Tue, 18 Jun 1996 15:16:05 +0200
From: "H. de Hoop" <>
Subject: BCN Workshop on Conflicting Constraints
 BCN Workshop on Conflicting Constraints

 Groningen, July 5, 1996

 AZG, Building 59, Room 16

 Organizers: Dicky Gilbers and Helen de Hoop

Preliminary program

9.00 - 9.30 registration

9.30 - 10.30 LUIGI BURZIO (Johns Hopkins University)
 Multiple Correspondence

10.30 - 11.00 Greg Lamontagne & Sam Rosenthall (Rutgers
 University & The Ohio State University)
 Contiguity Effects on Hiatus Resolution

11.00 - 11.15 coffee

11.15 - 11.45 Vieri Samek-Lodovici (University of Konstanz)
 Constraint Reranking vs. Parameters: the Mixed
 Focusing System of Kanakuru

11.45 - 12.15 Matthew Baerman (University of California,
 The Emergence of Prosodic Constraints in

12.15 - 12.45 Arto Anttila & Young-mee Yu Cho (Stanford
 Variation and Change in Optimality Theory

12.45 - 13.45 lunch

13.45 - 14.45 BRUCE TESAR (Rutgers University)
 An Iterative Strategy for Language Learning

14.45 - 15.15 Glenn Frankenfield (University of Maine at
 Constraints on Speech Errors

15.15 - 15.45 Wataru Nakamura (SUNY at Buffalo)
 Economy versus Iconicity: How to Constrain
 Constraint Ranking

15.45 - 16.00 tea

16.00 - 16.30 Sergio Menuzzi (Leiden University)
 Soft & Hard Constraints on Anaphoric Forms

16.30 - 17.30 JOHN MCCARTHY (University of Massachusetts at

Peter Ackema and Ad Neeleman (Utrecht University), Conflict
 resolution in passive formation
Roberto Bolognesi (University of Amsterdam), Language-
 Particular Constraints in an Open Grammar

The workshop will be held at the Onderwijscentrum of the
Academisch Ziekenhuis Groningen (AZG) (`Groningen University
Hospital'). The main entrance is Hanzeplein 1. At the
Oostersingel there is another entrance to the Hospital
terrain. Once you have passed the gate, follow the signs to
number 59. Within the building the route to the BCN Summer
School activities will be signposted; all activities will take
place on the second floor. The workshop will be held in room
16. Registration takes place in the Ronde Zaal. Lunch will
also be served there.

It will be possible to register in the University Guesthouse
on July 4 at 5 PM. Otherwise registration takes place on July
5 at 9 AM in the Ronde Zaal of the AZG Onderwijscentrum. The
conference fee of DFL 30,- (except for BCN-Summer School
participants) includes lunch and is to be paid at the

If you consider visiting the workshop, please send your name,
affiliation, address, telephone, and e-mail-address by e-mail
to and/or
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