19.3745, Confs: Morphology/Phonology/Netherlands

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Subject: 19.3745, Confs: Morphology/Phonology/Netherlands

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Date: 05-Dec-2008
From: Doreen Georgi < doreengeorgi at gmx.de >
Subject: The Divison of Labour between Morphology and Phonology


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Date: Sat, 06 Dec 2008 18:56:14
From: Doreen Georgi [doreengeorgi at gmx.de]
Subject: The Divison of Labour between Morphology and Phonology 

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The Divison of Labour between Morphology and Phonology 

Date: 16-Jan-2009 - 17-Jan-2009 
Location:Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Contact: Doreen Georgi 
Contact Email: doreengeorgi at gmx.de 
Meeting URL: http://www.uni-leipzig.de/~exponet/meet.htm 

Linguistic Field(s): Morphology; Phonology 

Meeting Description: 

For many grammatical processes like reduplication it remains highly
controversial whether they are primarily phonological or morphological in
nature. The goal of this workshop is to discuss the division of labour among
morphology and phonology in any relevant grammatical phenomena. This problem is
addressed under theoretical, empirical, typological and diachronic aspects. 
Relevant phenomena include allomorphy, morpheme-specific alternations,
infixation, morphological blocking, affix order, zero exponence, and processes
in paradigms. 

The workshop will take place as a single joint event together with the fourth
meeting of the Network Core Mechanisms of Exponence.

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