LINGUIST List 31.2269

Tue Jul 14 2020

Confs: Cog Sci, Lang Acq, Phonetics, Phonology, Psycholing/Online

Editor for this issue: Lauren Perkins <>

Date: 13-Jul-2020
From: Amanda Post <>
Subject: I International Symposium on Prosody and Bilingualism
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I International Symposium on Prosody and Bilingualism
Short Title: I SIPB

Date: 23-Jul-2020 - 10-Sep-2020
Location: Online, Brazil
Contact: Amanda Post
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL:

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Language Acquisition; Phonetics; Phonology; Psycholinguistics

Meeting Description:

The International Symposium on Prosody and Bilingualism aims at being a space for interesting discussions on methodological and theoretical aspects of experimental research at the intersection between bilingualism, phonology and phonetic studies, especially regarding prosody. The speakers are researchers with different academic backgrounds and from different parts of the world who develop original and innovative works in the area. There will be a lecture per week, every Thursday,from 2PM until 4PM (Brazilian Time). The lectures will be given in three languages: Portuguese, Spanish and English.

Program Information:

Roberto Ferreira
UC. Chile, Chile
Title: Word learning in bilinguals

Cristiane Conceição Silva, UFSC, Brazil
Title: Aprendizagem da entoação em espanhol L2: teoria e experimentação

Vincent van Heuven
U. Leiden & U. Leeuwarden, The Netherlands
Title:Towards resolving the prosody paradox in nonnative communication

Ricardo Souza, UFMG, Brazil
Title: O que o processamento da linguagem por bilíngues traz para o estudo da aquisição de segunda língua?

Andries Coetzee, U. Michigan, US
Title: Spanish-Afrikaans bilingualism in Patagonia: how prosodic and segmental effects differ

Ad Backus, U. Tilburg, The Netherlands
Title: Implications of a usage-based approach to contact linguistics

Bernat Bardagil Mas, U. California Berkeley, US
Title: A esquerda da oração nas línguas Jê: estrutura prosódica e sintática

Bjoern Koehnlein, Ohio State University, US
Title: Current issues in word-prosodic typology: The case of word accents

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