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    Message 1: Second Phonology Workshop - From Cognition to Romance

    Date: 14 Apr 94 15:39
    From: <P.A.Rowlettmod-lang.salford.ac.uk>
    Subject: Second Phonology Workshop - From Cognition to Romance


    NORTH-WEST CENTRE FOR ROMANCE LINGUISTICS University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, Salford University, UMIST

    SECOND PHONOLOGY WORKSHOP >From Cognition to Romance

    University of Manchester, England 19 - 21 May 1994

    In association with Le Centre de Linguistique Variationniste (Paris VIII) and The Holland Institute of Generative Linguistics (HIL)

    FINAL PROGRAMME

    Thursday 19 May

    12.00-13.00 REGISTRATION

    13.00-14.00 BUFFET

    14.00-14.55 Plenary Session: Glottaling and glottalisation: phonological and sociolinguistic perspectives - James Milroy, Lesley Milroy and Gerry Docherty (University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne)

    15.00-15.40 Session A: Sound Change: From Phonetics to Phonology - Jean-Luc Azra (Universit de Paris VIII)

    Session B: Using Dependency Phonology in the Analysis of Disordered Speech - Martin Ball (University of Ulster)

    15.40-16.00 TEA

    16.00-16.40 Session A: Historical Laboratory Phonology: Theoretical implications of /p/ -> /f/ -> /h/ changes - Paul Foulkes (University of Cambridge)

    Session B: Deriving Laryngeal Modifications - Helga Humbert (HIL, Amsterdam)

    16.45-17.25 Session A: The Indo-European Properties of Spanish Word Stress - Paloma Garc!a Bellido (University of Oxford)

    Session B: From Jakobson to Halle: Linguistic Subjects, Theories and Data - Jacques Durand (University of Salford)

    17.30-18.30 Plenary Session: Historical Phonology and Phonological Theory: An Overview - April McMahon (University of Cambridge)

    DINNER AT THE VICE-CHANCELLOR'S RESIDENCE

    Friday 20 May

    09.00-09.55 Plenary Session: A Radical CV Theory of the Syllable - Harry van der Hulst (University of Leiden)

    10.00-10.40 Session A: Phonetic Events and Phonological Expressions: A Representational View - No l Burton-Roberts and Philip Carr (University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne)

    Session B: Re-accenting Given Information in the Romance Languages - Alan Cruttenden (University of Manchester)

    10.45-11.15 COFFEE

    11.15-11.55 Session A: Vowel Harmony in Arabic - Janet Watson (University of Salford)

    Session B: Constraints Interaction in Accentuation and Prosodic Constituency - Elisabeth Delais (Centre National d'Etudes des T l communications, Lannion)

    12.00-12.55 Plenary Session: Intonational Phonology: A comparison of Pierrehumbertian and British Models - Francis Nolan (University of Cambridge)

    13.00-14.00 LUNCH

    14.00-14.55 Plenary Session: Vers une analyse connectionniste de la syllabation - Bernard Laks (Universit de Paris VIII)

    15.00-15.40 Session A: Phonologie et criture - Pierre Encrev (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris)

    Session B: Moore Aperture Harmony - Charles Prescott (University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne)

    15.40-16.00 TEA

    16.00-16.40 Session A: A Perspective on Timing in Phonology and Phonetics - Richard Ogden (University of York)

    Session B: Alignment in Prefix Domains - Grazyna Rowicka (University of Leiden)

    16.45-17.25 Session A: On the Nature of Class Nodes - M ire N! Ch!os in (University College Dublin)

    Session B: La syllabe comme interface entre production et r ception phonique - Marc Klein (Universit de Paris VIII)

    17.30-18.30 Plenary Session: The Phonetic Interpretation of Tone in Deschang-Bamileke - Stephen Bird (University of Edinburgh)

    DINNER AT AN INDIAN RESTAURANT

    Saturday 21 May

    09.00-09.40 Session A: Implications of l-vocalisation in British and Australian English - Laura Tollfree (University of Cambridge)

    Session B: Turkish Vowel Harmony and Optimality Theory - Kris~tina Polg rdi (University of Leiden)

    09.45-10.25 Session A: Directionality and Minimality in Arawan Languages - Daniel Everett (University of Pittsburgh)

    Session B: Phonological Surface Structure and the Phonetics-Phonology Interface - Jim Scobbie (Queen Margaret College, Edinburgh)

    10.30-11.00 COFFEE

    11.00-11.40 Session A: Patterns of Secondary Articulation in Segmental Inventories - Jeroen van de Weijer and Frans Hinskens (University of Leiden)

    Session B: Codas, Constraints and Coda Constraints - John Harris (University College London)

    11.45-12.45 Plenary Session: Phonological Representation and Phonetic Interpretation: Exemplification from Kalenjin - John Local (University of York) and Ken Lodge (University of East Anglia)

    BUFFET LUNCH

    For further information please contact the organisers: Prof Jacques Durand, Dept of Modern Languages, University of Salford, Salford M5 4WT (Tel: 061-745 5193); Prof Nigel Vincent, Dept of Linguistics, University of Manchester, Manchester M13 9PL (Tel: 061-275 3194). E-mail: j.durandmod-lang.salford.ac.uk

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    NORTH-WEST CENTRE FOR ROMANCE LINGUISTICS University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, Salford University, UMIST

    Second Phonology Workshop

    Registration Form

    VENUE: Hulme Hall Lecture Suite, University of Manchester

    Please complete the tear-off slip below and return to:

    Professor Jacques Durand Department of Modern Languages University of Salford Salford M5 4WT England

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    FULL REGISTRATION FEE: 60

    (The above figure is inclusive of: Registration Fee; Lunches: Thursday, Friday, Saturday; Dinner at the Vice-Chancellor's Residence: Thursday; coffees/teas during sessions).

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    Cheques are to be made payable to THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER. For those of you attending from overseas, could you please pay by Sterling Draft drawn on a London bank. If this is not possible you may pay either by cash or Travellers' Cheques on the day. Registration Forms should be returned by 2 May 1994 at the latest.