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LINGUIST List 21.1553

Wed Mar 31 2010

Confs: Phonology, Phonetics, Lang Acquisition/Poland

Editor for this issue: Amy Brunett <brunettlinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Krzysztof Migdalski, GLOW Workshop on Phonology and Phonetics

Message 1: GLOW Workshop on Phonology and Phonetics
Date: 29-Mar-2010
From: Krzysztof Migdalski <krzysz75yahoo.com>
Subject: GLOW Workshop on Phonology and Phonetics
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GLOW Workshop on Phonology and Phonetics

Date: 13-Apr-2010 - 13-Apr-2010
Location: Wroclaw, Poland
Contact: Marzena Zygis
Contact Email: zygiszas.gwz-berlin.de
Meeting URL: http://www.ifa.uni.wroc.pl/~glow33

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition; Phonetics; Phonology

Meeting Description:

GLOW Workshop on Phonology and Phonetics
Positional Phenomena in Phonology and Phonetics
(Organised by Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, Berlin)

Date: 13 April 2010
Organisers: Marzena Zygis, Stefanie Jannedy, Susanne Fuchs

Invited Speakers:
Taehong Cho (Hanyang University, Seoul) confirmed
Grzegorz Dogil (University of Stuttgart) confirmed

Venue: Instytut Filologii Angielskiej, ul. Kuznicza 22, 50-138 Wroclaw

GLOW Workshop on Phonology and Phonetics
Positional Phenomena in Phonology and Phonetics
Wroclaw University, Poland
Tuesday 13 April

Attention all speakers and participants: please register at:




Invited speaker: Grzegorz Dogil (Institute for Natural Language Processing,
Stuttgart University): Language Learning and Brain Activity: Real-time fMRI
Study of Processing of Prosody

Sahyang Kim, Mirjam Broersma, & Taehong Cho (Hongik University, Seoul/Radboud
University Nijmegen and Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics,
Nijmegen/Hanyang University, Seoul): Native and Non-native Prosodic Cues in
Segmentation and Learning

Coffee Break

Invited speaker: Taehong Cho (Hanyang University, Seoul): Prosodic Strengthening
in Speech Production and Perception

Cedric Gendrot & Kim Gerdes (Laboratoire de Phonétique et Phonologie UMR7018,
CNRS/Paris3-Sorbonne-Nouvelle): Prosodic Boundaries and Spectral Realization of
French Vowels

Lunch Break

Poster Session

Hijo Kang (Stony Brook University): Position and Height Asymmetries in Hiatus
Resolution: An Acoustic Analysis of Korean VV Sequences

Coffee Break

Tara McAllister (Montclair State University, Bloomfield, NJ): Child-specific
Patterns of Positional Neutralization: Articulatory versus Perceptual Influences

Christine Shea (University of Calgary): Strong Positions Maintain their
Strength: Universal and Lexical Effects in the Acquisition of L1 Spanish Allophones


Pia Bergmann (Freiburg University): Edge-marking at the p?word Boundary- Effects
of Word Frequency and Accentuation

Daniel Duran, Hinrich Schütze, and Bernd Möbius (Stuttgart University): Towards
a Computational Model of Unsupervised Speech Segmentation for Correspondence

Laurianne Georgeton, Cécile Fougeron, Angélique Amelot, Coralie Vincent
(Laboratoire de Phonétique et Phonologie UMR7018,
CNRS/Paris3-Sorbonne-Nouvelle): Labial Articulation of Rounded and Unrounded
Vowels at the Beginning of Different Prosodic Constituents in French

Dahee Kim (The Ohio State University): Prosodically Conditioned Variation in the
Three-way Contrast of Korean Stops

Catharine Oertel and Andreas Windmann (Bielefeld University): The Influence of
Syntactic Boundaries on Place Assimilation in German

Michael Ramsammy (University of Manchester): Positional Asymmetries in Spanish
Nasal Codas: A Perceptuo-articulatory Account

Rajiv Rao (University of Wisconsin?Madison): The Effect of Phrase Position on
Stress in Spanish Compound Words

Arkadiusz Rojczyk (University of Silesia, Katowice): Vowel Quality and Duration
in Stressed and Unstressed Positions in Polish

Raquel S. Santos (São Paulo University): Initial Prosodic Patterns: Neither
Children Directed Speech nor Default Value in UG

Franziska Scholz, Yiya Chen, Lisa Lai-Shen Cheng, and Vincent J. van Heuven
(Leiden University): Phrasing Variation of Verb-object Constructions in Wenzhou

Jagoda Sieczkowska, Andreas Madsack, and Grzegorz Dogil (Stuttgart University):
Voicing Profile of Sonorants in Consonant Clusters: A Case of Polish, German and
American English

Patrycja Strycharczuk (University of Manchester): Phonetics, Phonology and
Pozna? /d/-Voicing

Alternate Speakers:
Raquel S. Santos and Eneida G. Leal (Universidade de São Paulo): Syllable
Lengthening and Prosodic Boundaries in Brazilian Portuguese
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