LINGUIST List 8.1540

Tue Oct 28 1997

FYI: Clarification, LOT Winterschool 1998

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  1. Mark Mandel, Clarification of Sum: AmEng External Sandhi
  2. LOT (Christien Bok), LOT Winterschool 1998

Message 1: Clarification of Sum: AmEng External Sandhi

Date: Mon, 27 Oct 1997 16:41:06 -0500
From: Mark Mandel <Markdragonsys.com>
Subject: Clarification of Sum: AmEng External Sandhi

On reading the LINGUIST's Web posting
(http://www.emich.edu/~linguist/issues/8/8-1528.html) of my summary of
replies to my query on external sandhi, I discovered that all the
circumflexes (carets) had been lost in transit. They were there when
the message left my keyboard!

I will repeat the two affected sections here, substituting for the
caret a pound sign ("#"), which I hope will reach subscribers:

 -----------------------------------

Ben Brumfield <benwbrumberserker.lensflare.com> pointed out a 
regional example: 

Piedmont Virginia (Pittsylvania County, at least) features the case of
/rajc# yi:r/ 
Ri-Cheer For "Right Here"

=====

Mel Resnick <resnickmccentum.utulsa.edu> pointed me to his 
article: 

Resnick, Melvyn C. "The Redundant English Phonemes /c#,j#,s#,z#/." 
 Linguistics 86 (1972): 83-86.

Those symbols in the title are of course in place of the usual 
wedge symbols. 

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The deletions must have made Resnick's last comment rather puzzling.

On the other hand, the blanks between brackets in Betty Phillips's
contribution
 >	(where [ ] = "esh")
are exactly as I received them from her, although they, too, may
represent something more substantial that vanished en route.

 Mark A. Mandel : Senior Linguist : markdragonsys.com 
 Dragon Systems, Inc. : speech recognition : +1 617 965-5200 
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Message 2: LOT Winterschool 1998

Date: Wed, 22 Oct 1997 16:47:04 +0100
From: LOT (Christien Bok) <lotlet.ruu.nl>
Subject: LOT Winterschool 1998

Courses Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics (LOT)

>From 17 - 28 January 1998 the LOT Graduate Courses will take place in
Leiden. You can find course descriptions, enrollment forms and more
information at

http://wwwots.let.ruu.nl/LOT/ws98.html 

You can also contact the LOT-secretariat, (Christien Bok, LOT, Trans
10, 3512 JK Utrecht, The Netherlands, +31(0)30-2536006,
fax. +31(0)30-2536000, LOTlet.ruu.nl) we will send you booklets with
course-descriptions and enrollment forms. Deadline for enrollments
for LOT-affiliates is November 1st, for others December 1.

Enrollment for LOT affiliates are free, for others it's DFL 350, for
one week, excl. lodging.



**********************************************************************
Program LOT- winterschool
**********************************************************************

- ------------------------------------
First week: January 12 - 16
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** 9.30 - 12.00 **

Rita Manzini (University of Florence) The theoretical significance of
Romance (subject and object) clitics

Robert Beard (Lewisburgh University)
Lexeme-Morpheme Base Morphology: Is Syntax Necessary?

Jurgen Meisel (Potsdam University) First and Second Language
Acquisition: Similarities and Differences

** 13.00 - 15.30 ** Lesley Milroy (University of Michigan)
Sociolinguistic Issues in Bilingualsim

Hans Broekhuis (Tilburg University) Minimalism and Optimality Theory:
Derivations an Evaluations

Willem Adelaar (Leyden University) Linguistic structures of Native
America
	
** 16.00 - 18.30 ** Huub van den Bergh (Utrecht University)
Statistics, tailor-made

Hans den Besten (Amsterdam University) Issues in Africaans Syntax

Norval Smith (University of Amsterdam) Prosodic Morphology, with
special emphasis on metathesis


- -------------------------------------------
Second week: January 19 - 23
- -------------------------------------------

** 9.30 -12.00 ** Eve Sweetser (University of California, Berkeley)
Semantics of Constructions

Carlos Gussenhoven (Nijmegen University) Experimental approaches to
Intonational Phonology

Ardi Roelofs (Max Planck Institute) Lexical access in language
production
	
** 13.00 - 15.30 **
	
Ian Roberts (Stuttgart University) and Anna Roussou (University of
Bangor) Checking Theory

Marc van Oostendorp (Leyden University) Schwa in phonological
theory

Frank Wijnen (Utrecht University) and Edith Kaan (MIT) Topics in
sentence processing
	
** 16.00 - 18.30 **
	
Ed Keenan (University of California ) Bare Grammar

Renee van Bezooijen (Nijmegen University) Experimental dialectology.


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 LOT

Landelijke Onderzoekschool Taalwetenschap 
Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics 

 Trans 10 
 3512 JK Utrecht
 Phone: +31 30 2536006
 Fax: +31 30 2536000
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