LINGUIST List 8.1301

Mon Sep 15 1997

Confs: The Phonological Word

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Message 1: Conference on the Phonological Word

Date: Mon, 15 Sep 1997 15:52:31 +0200
From: Ursula Kleinhenz <ursulafas.ag-berlin.mpg.de>
Subject: Conference on the Phonological Word


CALL FOR PARTICIPANCE

Below is the program for the Conference on the Phonological Word to be held
in Berlin, Germany on October 24-26 1997. All linguists wishing to attend
are requested to contact the organizers by e mail.

T.A. Hall hallfas.ag-berlin.mpg.de
Ursula Kleinhenz ursulafas.ag-berlin.mpg.de


THE PROGRAMM

AMALIA ARVANITI (UNIVERSITY OF CYPRUS)
Greek clitics and the domain of the prosodic word

DAVID BECK (UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO)
Words and prosodic phrasing in Lushootseed

GEERT BOOIJ (VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT AMSTERDAM)
Phonotactics and the prosodic word

KATHERINE DEMUTH (BROWN UNIVERSITY)
Prosodic constraints on early phonological words

LAURA J. DOWNING (UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA)
Prosodic stem =82prosodic word in Bantu

ANTONY DUBACH GREEN (ZENTRUM F=DCR ALLGEMEINE SPRACHWISSEN-SCHAFT)
The prosodic licensing of onset clusters in Irish

CARLOS GUSSENHOVEN (UNIVERSITY OF NIJMEGEN)
Duration and quantity in the Dutch word

PATRICIA A. KEATING (UCLA)
Word-level phonetic effects on English consonant articulation

ADITI LAHIRI (UNIVERSIT=C4T KONSTANZ)
Role of stem-extensions, suffixes, and clitics in prosodic word formation

ROBERT POLETTO (THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY)
Subminimal bases and the null parse. Evidence from Runyankore
reduplication, success and failure

RENATE RAFFELSIEFEN (FREIE UNIVERSIT=C4T BERLIN)
Possible pwords

YOLANDA RIVERA-CASTILLO (UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON-DOWNTOWN)
Stressed enclitics and word internal phonological boundaries

KEVIN RUSSELL (UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA)
The =93word" in two polysynthetic languages

WENDY SANDLER (THE UNIVERSITY OF HAIFA)
Prosodic evidence for clitics in sign language

ELISABETH SELKIRK (UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AT AMHERST), ELLEN BROSELOW
(SUNY, STONY BROOK), DANIEL FINER (SUNY, STONY BROOK), & HASAN BASRI
(SUNY, STONY BROOK)
Prosodic adjuncts in Makassarese

A. TURK (UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH) & S. SHATTUCK-
HUFFNAGEL (MIT)
Durational cues to the direction of affiliation of reduced syllables in English

MARC VAN OOSTENDORP (LEIDEN UNIVERSITY/HIL)
Stress and syllables: a paradox for the phonological word

MARINA CL=C1UDIA VIG=C1RIO (UNIVERSITY OF MINHO)
On the prosodic status of stressless functional words in European Portuguese

IRENE VOGEL (UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE)
Phonological Words - matches and mismatches with syntax
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