leoplus, Curioso elemento el tiempo
Budapest, 13–16 January 2016


Wednesday: Workshop on Variation in Phonology (Múzeum körút 4, B172)

2016-01-13 11:30–12:00
Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero, Maciej Baranowski, George Bailey and Danielle Turton: A constant rate effect in Manchester /t/-glottalling: high-frequency words are ahead of, but change at the same rate as, low-frequency words
2016-01-13 12:00–12:30
Gasper Begus: A natural origin for unnatural gradient phonotactics handout
2016-01-13 12:30–13:00
Phillip Backley and Kuniya Nasukawa: Conditions on the variable interpretation of |U| in Japanese
2016-01-13 14:30–15:00
Eszter Hetényi and Tamás Biró: Backing vacillating stems: Hungarian vowel harmony in fast speech slides
2016-01-13 15:00–15:30
Ildikó Emese Szabó: A computational model of phonotactic acquisition — Predictability of exceptional patterns in Hungarian slides
2016-01-13 16:00–16:30
Marie-Christin Himmel and Barış Kabak: The loss and variable realization of /r/ in a rhotic language: Evidence from post-pubescent exposure to non-rhoticity
2016-01-13 16:30–17:00
Anton Kukhto and Alexander Piperski: Free stress variation and the rise of rhythmic rules in Russian handout

Thursday: Conference Day 1 (Múzeum körút 6–8, 252)

2016-01-14 09:30–10:30
Eugeniusz Cyran: Laryngeal Relativism. Why? And what now? slides
2016-01-14 10:30–11:00
Tobias Scheer: There is phonologically-conditioned, but no melody-conditioned allomorphy handout
2016-01-14 11:30–12:00
Pavel Iosad and Máire Ní Chiosáin: Vowel backness and palatalization in Irish and Scottish Gaelic: A study in rule scattering slides
2016-01-14 12:00–12:30
Francesc Torres-Tamarit and Ben Hermans: Prominence and Constituency in Munster Irish Stress handout
2016-01-14 12:30–13:00
Benjamin Storme: The distribution of /R/ in French and Haitian: more evidence for the role of perception
2016-01-14 14:30–15:00
Eva Zimmermann: H-tone is not always H-tone: A register tone account of Macuiltianguis Zapotec slides
2016-01-14 15:00–15:30
Jeroen Breteler: A typology of foot-driven tone
2016-01-14 15:30–16:00
Jochen Trommer: Polarity, Floating Tones and the OCP in Anywa slides
2016-01-14 16:30–17:00
Giorgio Magri: Idempotence and the triangular inequality: some consequences of McCarthy's (2003) categoricity generalization slides
2016-01-14 17:00–17:30
Ewan Dunbar and Emmanuel Dupoux: Evidence for two different kinds of feature economy effects on natural inventories
2016-01-14 17:30–18:00
Glyne Piggott, Lisa Travis and Heather Newell: The Phonology of Possession slides

Friday: Conference Day 2 (Múzeum körút 4, A047)

2016-01-15 09:30–10:30
Outi Bat-El: Hebrew Stress: Back to the Future slides.ppsx slides.pdf
2016-01-15 10:30–11:00
Noam Faust: Guttural G osts
2016-01-15 11:30–12:00
Sabrina Bendjaballah and Rachid Ridouane: On final geminates in the Mehri language of Oman
2016-01-15 12:00–12:30
Chelsea Sanker: Patterns of Heritage Speakers' Perception of Arabic Consonants slides
2016-01-15 12:30–13:00
Daniel Asherov, Alon Fishman and Evan-Gary Cohen: Vowel Reduction in Israeli Heritage Russian
2016-01-15 14:30–16:00
poster session: Begüm Avar: ALIENS vs. ALLIES: The Heterogeneity of Disharmony in Turkish posterPaul Boersma: How to infer utterance-internal prosodic boundaries from those at the edgesAndrás Cser: The phonology of the Latin placeless nasalVarun Decastro-Arrazola, Edoardo Cavirani, Kathrin Linke and Francesc Torres-Tamarit: A typological study of vowel interactions in Basque posterChris Golston and Tomas Riad: Binary and unary structure in Classical Arabic metrics posterSilke Hamann and Klaas Seinhorst: Prevoicing in Standard German plosives: implications for phonological representations?Jesús Jiménez, Maria-Rosa Lloret and Clàudia Pons-Moll: Adjusting the glides to the syllable margins posterTilda Neuberger: On the phonetic properties of Hungarian geminatesYining Nie: Prosodic conditioning in Finnish assibilation and vowel raising derived environment effects posterElissa Pustka, Luise Jansen and Marc Chalier: French liaison: How TV-presenters challenge the floating segment-hypothesisArthur Santana: The role of phonological processes to discussing vowel inventory in Brazilian Portuguese poster Victoria Teliga, Brian Agbayani and Chris Golston: Prosodic Constituent Movement in Ukrainian posterTimothy Vance: Postnasal Voicing, Japanese Rendaku, and the Naturalness Condition posterHeather Yawney: The Yes/No Question Suffix in Turkish: Its Syntactic Distribution and its Irregular Stress within the Verbal DomainShih-Chi Yeh: Schwa and stress in some Paiwan dialectsSuki Yiu: Underspecified tone in Cantonese EnglishSławomir Zdziebko: Subsegmental Affixation Meets Old English AblautDariusz Zembrzuski, Aleksandra Karwacka and Marcin Opacki: Frequency effects and the restructuring of underlying representations: the case of Polish true geminates
2016-01-15 16:30–17:00
Deepthi Gopal: Nasal-lateral assimilations as Agreement-by-Correspondence
2016-01-15 17:00–17:30
Markus Alexander Pöchtrager: A structural approach to vowel reduction
2016-01-15 17:30–18:00
Kim Strütjen, Ruben van de Vijver and Dinah Baer-Henney: Asymmetries in learning vowel nasalization slides
2016-01-15 21:00–24:00
conference dinner

Saturday: Conference Day 3 (Múzeum körút 4, A047)

2016-01-16 09:30–10:30
Bruce Hayes: Stochastic constraint-based grammars for Hausa verse and song handout
2016-01-16 10:30–11:00
Tamás Biró and Mihály Füredi: Non-phonological factors of phonological variation: A large scale wug-experiment for Hungarian vowel harmony slides
2016-01-16 11:30–12:00
Nasir Abbas and Nancy Kula: Phonetic and phonological factors in L2: On the emergence of new features
2016-01-16 12:00–12:30
Quentin Dabouis: When Stress Preservation Leads to Clash handout
2016-01-16 12:30–13:00
Bronwyn Bjorkman and Peter Jurgec: Regularizing effects of indexation to complex constituents
2016-01-16 14:30–15:00
James White and Faith Chiu: Disentangling sonority and attestedness: An EEG study of onset clusters in English
2016-01-16 15:00–15:30
Faith Chiu, Gisela Tomé Lourido and Petra Hödl: Are word-initial sibilant-sonorant clusters especial? Behavioural and neural
correlates differentiate sonority-conforming #FR and #SR clusters in English
2016-01-16 15:30–16:00
business meeting
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