LINGUIST List 32.244

Tue Jan 19 2021

Confs: Ling Theories, Morphology, Phonology, Syntax/Online

Editor for this issue: Lauren Perkins <>

Date: 16-Jan-2021
From: Hisao Tokizaki <>
Subject: 11th Workshop on Phonological Externalization of Morphosyntactic Structure
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11th Workshop on Phonological Externalization of Morphosyntactic Structure
Short Title: phex 11

Date: 13-Feb-2021 - 13-Feb-2021
Location: Online (hosted in Sapporo, Japan), Japan
Contact: Hisao Tokizaki
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL:

Linguistic Field(s): Linguistic Theories; Morphology; Phonology; Syntax

Meeting Description:

PHEX 11 is the first (online) workshop of our research project “The Mapping from Syntax to Phonology: Theory, Typology and History,’’ which is a continuation of our project “Phonological Externalization of Morphosyntactic Structure: Universals and Variables'' (2015-2020). Following the success of the previous workshops in Sapporo, Niigata, Tokyo and Lexington, KY, we are glad to invite abstracts for presentation about the morphosyntax-phonology interface.

Program Information:

10 am - 6 pm, Saturday, February 13, 2021, JST (Japan Standard Time = UTC+9)

Registration is needed to participate in the zoom meeting. Please fill out the registration form by February 10:

Workshop website:

Saturday February 13 (JST)
10:00 Opening

10:10 Kuniya Nasukawa (Tohoku Gakuin University) [invited]
Stress assignment in Precedence-free Phonology

10:50 Gabriel de Avila Othero (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)
Syntax vs prosody in informational focus in Portuguese

11:40 Sheila Shu-Laam Chan (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Tommy Tsz-Ming Lee (University of Southern California)
Ka-Fai Yip (Yale University)
Separable verbs, syllable deletion, and micro-variations

12:10 Kayono Shiobara (Tokyo Woman's Christian University)
EPP at the syntax-phonology interface

14:00 Aritz Irurtzun (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) [invited]
Focus and Externalization

14:40 Tomohiro Yanagi (Chubu University)
A note on word order variation in Old English rhythmical prose

15:40 Yoshihito Dobashi (Niigata University)
Adjacency and head parameter

16:10 Hisao Tokizaki (Sapporo University)
Subject-auxiliary inversion is inversion

17:00 Arkadiusz Kwapiszewski (University of Oxford)
The morphosyntax of Slavic aspect: Fusion and adjacency

17:30 Discussion

18:00 Close

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