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Confs: Phonology/USA

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Message 1: Conference on the Foot in Phonology
Date: 04-Jan-2009
From: Eric Raimy <raimywisc.edu>
Subject: Conference on the Foot in Phonology
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Conference on the Foot in Phonology

Date: 15-Jan-2009 - 17-Jan-2009
Location: New York, NY, USA
Contact: Chuck Cairns
Contact Email: footcunyphonologyforum.net
Meeting URL: http://www.cunyphonologyforum.net/foot.php

Linguistic Field(s): Phonology

Meeting Description:

Conference on the Foot in Phonology

Sponsored by the MA/PhD program in linguistics at the City University of New
York and the CUNY phonology forum

January 15th-17th, 2009 at the CUNY graduate center, 365 Fifth Avenue, New York
City, 10016

http://www.cunyphonologyforum.net/foot.php
footcunyphonologyforum.net

CUNY Phonology Forum Conference on the Foot
January 15th-17th, 2009
Graduate Center, New York City
http://cunyphonologyforum.net/foot.php

Thursday, January 15th
8:00 am Registration

9:00am
Session 1- English Feet

9:00
Stuart Davis, Indiana University
''On The Foot-Based Analysis of Aspiration in American English''

9:30
Hyo-Young Kim, Kookmin University
''Dual-Counting Foot''

10:00
Toshihiro Oda, Fukuoka University
''On the Prosodic Approach for English Syllabifications: Revising Some
Allophonic Phenomena, Elaborating Foot-Based Strengthening and Weakening
Processes and the Inapplicability to Early English''

10:30am
Break

10:45am
Session 2- Arabic Feet

10:45
Sam Hellmuth, University of York
''Evidence from Egyptian Arabic for the Role of the Foot in Intonational Phonology''

11:15
Mohammed Anani, Petra University
''The Prosodic Pattern of Words in Adult-Child Jordanian Arabic & L2 Learnability''

11:45am
Lunch

1:30pm
Session 3- Italic Feet

1:30
Martin Krämer, University of Tromsø / CASTL
''When Romans Lose Their Heads''

2:00
Ranjan Sen, University of Oxford
''Synchrony, Diachrony and Early Latin Feet''

2:30pm
Break

2:45pm
Session 4- Foot Construction

2:45
Kristin Hanson, University of California, Berkeley
''Metrical Feet and Dancing Feet''

3:15
San Duanmu, University of Michigan
''Syllabification and the Weight-Stress Principle''

3:45pm
Break

4:00pm

Session 5- Invited Speaker
Bert Vaux, King's College
TBA

5:00pm
Poster Reception
Charles Cairns, CUNY
''Alternate Lengthening and Stress in Tübatulabal: A Modular Analysis''

Kuniya Nasukawa and Phillip Backley, Tohoku Gakuin University
''The Foot: A Unified Entity for both Metrical and Segmental Phenomena''

Jennifer Gerometta, Anthea Vivona, and Valerie L. Shafer, The Graduate Center, CUNY
''Can Prosodic Feet Help Infants Segment the Speech Signal? Evidence from
Infant-Directed Speech''

Fusa Katada, Waseda University
''Feet as Neuropsychologically Driven Sense Units''

Johannes Knaus, Ulrike Domahs, and Richard Wiese, Philipps-Universität Marburg
''Event-Related Potentials As Evidence for a Constraint Based Analysis of Foot
Structure and Foot Parsing''

Patrick Liu, Harvard University
'''Bottom-Up' Stress Assignment: Evidence from Arabic

Friday, January 16th

8:00am
Registration

9:00am
Session 6- Formal Evidence for Feet

9:00
Carolina González, Florida State University
''Foot Edges, Constituents and Exhaustive Parsing in Morpho-Phonological
Alternations''

9:30
Yu-Chi Huang, University of Southern California
''Syllable, Foot and Stress Assignment in Auca''

10:00
Shanti Ulfsbjorninn, SOAS
''Evidence for the Foot in |Gui (Khoisan): Word Size and Consonant Distribution''

10:30am
Break

10:45am
Session 7- Psycholinguistic Evidence for Feet

10:45
Richard Wiese, Ulrike Domahs, Johannes Knaus, Philipps-Universität Marburg
''The Role of the Foot in the Processing of Stress in German''

11:15
Stefanie Shattuck-Hufnagel, MIT, and Alice Turk, University Of Edinburgh
''An Experimental Investigation of Abercrombian Feet in American English''

11:45am
Lunch

1:30pm
Session 8- Questioning Feet

1:30
Harry Van Der Hulst, University of Connecticut
''Once You Know Where the Primary Accent Is, Rhythm Is Simple (Or Is It)''

2:00
Patrycja Strycharczuk, University of Tromsø
''The Interaction of Dorsey's Law and Stress: A Non-Foot-Based Approach''

2:30pm
Break

2:45pm
Session 9- Acquisition

2:45
Raquel Santana Santos, Universidade De São Paulo

''Foot Headedness Setting: Is There a Default Value?''

3:15
Maria De Fátima De Almeida Baia, University of Sao Paulo
''Naturalistic and Experimental Study on the Initial Prosodic Template in
Brazilian Portuguese''

3:45pm
Break

4:00pm
Session 10- Invited Speaker
Louann Gerken, University of Arizona
'''Feet Change With Exposure to Language''

Saturday, January 17th

10:00am
Session 11- Feet in Morphology

10:00
Birgit Alber, University of Verona
''The Foot in Truncation''

10:30
Charles Reiss and Marc Simpson, Concordia University
''Projection Feet in Reduplication''

11:00am
Break

11:15am
Session 12- Invited Speaker
Pat Shaw, UBC
''Quantity Sensitivities''

12:00pm
LUNCH

1:30pm
Session 13- Rhythm

1:30
Oreste Floquet, University of Rome, Bernard Laks, University Paris
Ouest-Nanterre and Atanas Tchobanov, CNRS Modyco
''A Connectionist-Like Account of the Rhythmic of Counting-Out Rhymes''

2:00
Patricia Schneider-Zioga, CSU Fullerton and Jean-Roger Vergnaud, USC
''Feet and Their Combination''

2:30pm
Break

2:45
Session 14- Complexities of Multiple Feet

2:45
Patrik Bye, University of Tromsø/CASTL
''Non-Isomorphic Morphological and Phonological Feet in Inari Saami''

3:15
Alessandro Jaker, Stanford University
''Opacity, Level Ordering, and Tonal Feet in Dogrib''

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