LINGUIST List 18.1844
Tue Jun 19 2007
Editor for this issue: Jeremy Taylor
Phonetics and Phonology in Iberia 2007
Message 1: Phonetics and Phonology in Iberia 2007
From: Marina Vigario <marina.vigariomail.telepac.pt>
Subject: Phonetics and Phonology in Iberia 2007
Phonetics and Phonology in Iberia 2007 Short Title: PaPI 2007
Date: 25-Jun-2007 - 26-Jun-2006 Location: Minho, Braga, Portugal Contact: Marina Vigario Contact Email: marina.vigariomail.telepac.pt Meeting URL: http://www2.ilch.uminho.pt/eventos/PaPI2007/
Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics; Phonology
The third PaPI conference will be hosted by Universidade do Minho in June 25-26, 2007. Phonetics and Phonology in Iberia (PaPI) is an international conference aiming to bring together researchers interested in all areas of phonetics and phonology, with a special focus on the relationship between the two.
It aims at providing an interdisciplinary forum in Europe for discussion of phonetics and/or phonology and their related areas - such as language acquisition, language variation and change, speech pathology, and speech technology -, the phonology-phonetics interface, and laboratory phonology work.
The conference is hosted every two years by an Iberian university. The PaPI 2007 conference format will be the following: a two-day meeting including four oral sessions of 30 minutes presentations (plus 10 minutes discussion) of submitted papers, and two invited talks. The invited speakers of PaPI 2007 will be Mary Beckman (Ohio State University) and Elan Dresher (University of Toronto).
Following the main conference, two parallel workshops will be held: Transcription of Tone and Intonation in the Iberian languages, organized by Sónia Frota and Gorka Elordieta, with Carlos Gussenhoven (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen) as invited speaker, and Mary Beckman (Ohio State University) and Jose Ignacio Hualde (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) as commentators.
Acquisition of Phonology and Clinical Linguistics, organized by Maria João Freitas and Marina Vigário, with Paula Fikkert (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen) as invited speaker, and Elan Dresher (University of Toronto) as commentator.
June 25 9.00 Opening session 9.15 Invited speaker Elan Dresher (University of Toronto) ''Phonological contrast is not phonetic contrast'' 10.15 ''Variation in loanword vowel harmony in Eastern Catalan'' Teresa Cabré Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona 10.45 ''Total Vowel Harmony in Two Romance Dialects'' Stefano Canalis University of Padova 11.15 Coffee Break 11.45 ''Fixed and variable properties of Brazilian Portuguese Palatalization'' Elisa Battisti & Ben Hermans Universidade do Caxias do Sul/CNPq & Meertens Institute 12.15 ''Output-to-Output constraints and the tense/lax distribution of mid vowels in Galician'' Fernando Martínez-Gil Ohio State University 12.45 ''The theme vowel influence on syllabification in Spanish'' Teresa Cabré & Maria Ohannesian Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona 13.15 Lunch 14.30 ''The effect of experience on the perception of a native vowel contrast in Catalan-Spanish bilinguals'' Marianna Nadeu & Joan C. Mora Universitat de Barcelona 15.00 ''The overapplication of elision in the acquisition of Brazilian Portuguese'' Raquel Santos Universidade de S. Paulo 15.30 ''The Prosodic and Segmental Effects on Gestural Overlap in Spanish /R C/ Clusters'' Benjamin Schmeiser Illinois State University 16.00 Poster session 1 17.00 Coffee Break 17.30 ''Schwa in American English V+r sequences'' María Riera, Joaquín Romero & Ben Parrell Universitat Rovira i Virgili 18.00 ''(Fake) Geminates in Spanish and the challenge of /r/. A production and perception experiment'' Trudel Meisenburg University of Osnabrück 18.30 ''Acoustic and aerodynamic factors in the interaction of features. The case of nasality'' Maria Josep Solé Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
June 26 9.00 ''Tone and Segment interaction in Shanghai Chinese'' Yiya Chen Radboud University 9.30 ''Do contour tones induce syllable lengthening in Catalan and Spanish?'' Pilar Prieto & Marta Ortega-Llebaria ICREA-UAB & University of Texas-Austin 10.00 ''Politeness and prosody: Interaction of prosody in the requests with 'dar' as a benefactive in Ecuadorian Andean Spanish'' Ana Estrella-Santos Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona 10.30 Coffee Break 11.00 ''Vowel deletion and reduction: acoustic clues of rhythmic organization in Brazilian and European Portuguese'' M. Bernadete Abaurre & Filomena Sandalo Universidade de Campinas, UNICAMP 11.30 ''What makes Southern Italian sound ''Laurence White, Elinor Payne & Sven L. Mattys University of Bristol, University College London, Oxford University 12.00 ''The use of duration and intensity cues in the perception of stress in Catalan and Spanish'' Marta Ortega-Llebaria, Pilar Prieto & Maria del Mar Vanrell University of Texas at Austin & ICREA-UAB 12.30 ''Acoustic correlates of stress in early disyllabic productions of 2 Portuguese children'' Susana Correia Universidade de Lisboa/Onset-CEL, Universidade do Algarve 13.00 Lunch 14.30 ''Compensatory lengthening in bilingual acquisition of languages non sensitive to syllable weight'' Letícia Almeida Universidade de Lisboa/Onset-CEL 15.00 ''Cues to Contrastive Focus in Romanian'' Alis Manolescu, Daniel Olson, Marta Ortega-Llebaria University of Texas at Austin 15.30 ''The phrasing of focus in Sicilian Italian: duration and intonation indices'' Elinor Payne & Raffaella FolliUCL, Oxford University & University of Ulster 16.00 Poster session 2 17.00 Coffee Break 17.30 ''Accounting for 4- to 5-year-olds' use of accentuation in focus marking'' Aoju Chen Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics 18.00 Invited Speaker Mary Beckman (Ohio State University) ''Prosodic structure and consonant development across languages''
Alternates / Posters ''On alternative focus in Madrid Spanish yes/no-questions'' Beatriz López Jiménez University of Tuebingen ''The distribution of superheavy syllables in Southern Italian Dialects. Phonetic and Phonological evidences of trimoraicity'' Michela Russo & William John Barry Université de Paris 8/UMR 7023-CNRS & Universität des Saarlandes ''Phonological adaptations of Hispanisms in Neapolitan: geminates and consonantal clusters'' Juan Antonio Thomas State University of New York at Albany
Workshops Workshop 1: Transcription of Intonation in the Ibero-Romance Languages June 27 9.00 Invited speakerCarlos Gussenhoven (Radboud University Nijmegen & Queen Mary, Univ. of London) ''Predicting boundaries from ToDI transcriptions'' 9.40 ''Cat_ToBI'' Coordinator: Pilar Prieto Participants: Lourdes Aguilar, Ignasi Mascars, Francesc Josep Torres, and Maria del Mar Vanrell 10.30 Coffee Break 10.50 ''On the transcription of Galician Intonation'' Elisa Fernandez Rei 11.40 ''Towards a P_ToBI'' Coordinators: Céu Viana & Sónia Frota Participants: Isabel Falé, Flaviane Fernandes, Isabel Mascarenhas, Ana Isabel Mata, Helena Moniz & Marina Vigário 12.30 Lunch 14.00 ''Sp_ToBI'' Coordinator: Eva Estebas-Vilaplana Participants: Luisa Astruc, Valeria Arana, Bettiana Blazquez, Mercedes Cabrera, Alejandra Dabrowski, Ana Estrella, Leopoldo Labastma, M. Dolores Rammrez Verdugo, Francisco Vizcamno Ortega 14.50 Comments by:José Ignacio Hualde (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 15.10 Comments by: Mary Beckman (Ohio State University)
Workshop 2: Acquisition of Phonology: Experiments and Applications June 27 9.00 Invited speaker Paula Fikkert (Radboud University Nijmegen) ''Constructing phonological representations. Evidence from infant perception and production'' 10.00 ''Methodological questions in studying phonological acquisition'' Jan Edwards (University of WI-Madison) 10.50 Coffee Break 11.10 ''Features and segments in clinical phonology discussing the acquisition of Brazilian Portuguese'' Carmen L. B. Matzenauer & Regina R. Lamprecht (Catholic University of Pelotas & Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul) 12.00 ''Predicting phonetic accuracy in children with and without phonological disorder'' Benjamin Munson & Adriane Baylis (University of Minnesota) 12.50 Lunch 14.20 ''Segmental processing and phonological awareness'' Dina Alves, Isabel Hub Faria & M. João Freitas (University of Lisbon) 15.10 Comments by: Elan Dresher (University of Toronto)