14.406, Confs: GLOW Phonology, Sweden

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Subject: 14.406, Confs: GLOW Phonology, Sweden

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Date:  Sun, 09 Feb 2003 07:43:35 +0000
From:  Marc.van.Oostendorp at Meertens.knaw.nl
Subject:  GLOW Phonology, Sweden

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Date:  Sun, 09 Feb 2003 07:43:35 +0000
From:  Marc.van.Oostendorp at Meertens.knaw.nl
Subject:  GLOW Phonology, Sweden


Phonology in GLOW 2003

Short Title: GLOW Phonology
Location: Lund, Sweden
Date: 11-Apr-2003 - 12-Apr-2003
Web Site: http://www.nordlund.lu.se/Nordwebb/forskning/GLOW/GLOWWSIIIProgr.html
Contact Person: Marc van Oostendorp
Meeting Email: Marc.van.Oostendorp at Meertens.knaw.nl
Linguistic Subfield(s): Phonology

This is a session of the following conference:
Generative Linguistics in the Old World 2003

Meeting Description:

This year's GLOW programme, in Lund, Sweden, offers 12 papers on
phonology, plus a few papers on the interface between phonology and
syntax. The last day of the Main Session (Friday April 11, 2003;
topic: ''Division of labour between components of grammar'') has a
parallel session on phonology. On Saturday April 12, 2003, Merle Horne
& Marc van Oostendorp organized a workshop on 'Boundaries in
Intonational Phonology'.

GLOW MAIN SESSION

Friday April 11, 2003
9.00-10.00 Eulalia Bonet, Maria-Rosa Lloret & Joan Mascaró, Barcelona, Spain
Phonology-morphology Conflicts in Gender Allomorphy: a Unified
Approach.

10.30-11.30 Eun-Sook Kim & Gessiane Picanco, UBC, Vancouver, Canada
Fixed Segments must be in the Input: Evidence from Mundurukú and
Nuu-chah-nult

11.30-12.30 Cláudia Pons, Barcelona, Spain
Segmental and Featural Strategies to Satisfy OCP in Balearic Catalan:
Some Evidence for the Adequacy of a Segmental Correspondence

14.00-15.00 Stefan Benus, New York University, USA
Transparent Vowels in Vowel Harmony

15.00-16.00 Marina Vigário, Sónia Frota & Maria João Freitas
Minho, Lisbon & Lisbon, Portugal
>>From Signal to Grammar: Rhythm and the Acquisition of Syllable
Structure.

16.30-17.30 David Adger, University of London, UK
Stress and Phasal Syntax

17.30-18.30 Maya Arad & Reviel Netz, Stanford, USA
The Size of the Sign: Where Phonology meets Lexical Semantics

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GLOW PHONOLOGY WORKSHOP 2003
12 April, 2003

10.00-10.50 Gorka Elordieta, Sónia Frota & Marina Vigário
Subjects, objects and intonational phrasing in Spanish and Portuguese

10.50-11.40 Pilar Prieto
Syntactic and eurhythmic constraints on phrasing decisions in Catalan

11.40-12.30 Caroline Féry and Hubert Truckenbrodt
Boundary tone scaling and embedded domains

14.00-14.50 Mariko Sugahara
The Right vs. Left Asymmetry of Post-FOCUS Major Phonological Phrase
Boundaries in Tokyo Japanese

14.50-15.40 Duane Watson & Edward Gibson
Intonational Phrasing and Constituency in Language Production and
Comprehension

16.00-16.50 Soyoung Kang & Shari Speer
Effects of prosodic phrasings on syntactic disambiguation

16.50-17.50 Carlos Gussenhoven
The phonological phrase and the intonational phrase as determinants of
the intonation contour in English

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