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...the North West Centre for Linguistics presents...
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The 10th 
Manchester Phonology Meeting


Thursday 23rd May

MIDDAY MEAL: 13.00-14.00
14.00-14.40 Moira Yip (UCL) Limitations on markednesss reduction in Zahao
14.40-15.20 Daniel Silverman (University of Illinois) On the rarity of pre-aspirated stops
15.20-16.00 Tobias Scheer (University of Nice) & Peter Szigetvari (Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest) Unified representations for syllable and stress

TEA, COFFEE and BISCUITS: 16.00-16.30
16.30-17.10 Jacques Durand (ERSS UMR5610, Universite de Toulouse le Mirail) French nasal vowels: from Midi French to phonological theory 16.30-17.10 Madelyn Kissock (Oakland University) The initial state: recent empirical evidence
17.10-17.50 Kristie McCrary (University of California, Los Angeles) Vowel length, consonant length and Raddoppiamento Sintattico 17.10-17.50 Philip Carr (Universite de Montpellier) Consonant harmony and syllable structure in child phonology
17.50-18.30 Glyne Piggott (McGill University) Modes of affixation and exceptional phonology 17.50-18.30 Beata Lukaszewicz (University of Warsaw) Extrasyllabicity, transparency and prosodic constituency in the acquisition of Polish

18.30 onwards - setting up the poster display for Friday's Poster Session

EVENING MEAL: c.19.30 onwards

Friday 24th May
09.00-9.40 Paul Heggarty & April McMahon (University of Sheffield) How similar are sounds?
09.40-10.20 Thais Cristofaro-Silva (UFMG-KCL-UNCL) & Marco Antonio de Oliveira (UFMG) On phonological generalizations and sound change

TEA, COFFEE and BISCUITS: 10.20-10.50
10.50-11.30 Rachel Walker (University of Southern California)
Prosodically weak triggers
10.50-11.30 Thomas Klein (University of Manchester) Quantized alignment and reduplication without templates
11.30-13.00 POSTER SESSION - click here to see a list of the posters and their presenters.

MIDDAY MEAL: 13.00-14.00
14.00-18.00 Special Session: Phonological acquisition: endowments and paths
14.00-14.30 James M. Scobbie (Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh)
14.30-15.00 Sophie Wauquier-Gravelines (University of Nantes)
15.00-15.30 Gerry Docherty (University of Newcastle) & Paul Foulkes (University of York)
TEA, COFFEE and BISCUITS: 15.30-16.00
16.00-16.30 Paula Fikkert (University of Nijmegen)
16.30-17.00 Marilyn Vihman (University of Wales Bangor)
17.00-18.00 Questions and general discussion


Saturday 25th May
9.00-9.40 Cecilia Kirk & Katherine Demuth (Brown University) Prosodic environment and sonority effects on children's production of word-medial codas
9.40-10.20 Leendert Plug (University of York) Phonetic interpretation in a substance-free phonology

TEA, COFFEE and BISCUITS: 10.20-10.40
10.40-11.20 Ricardo Bermudez-Otero (University of Newcastle) Cyclicity or sympathy? A case study 10.40-11.20 Laura Downing (ZAS, Berlin) On (re-)adding the Focal Phrase to the prosodic hierarchy
11.20-12.00 Marc van Oostendorp (Meertens Instituut) Morphological recoverability and phonological opacity 11.20-12.00 Raquel Santana Santos (University of Sao Paulo) Stress retraction and empty categories in Brazilian Portuguese
12.00-12.40 Jill Beckman (University of Iowa) Opacity, sympathy and dialect variation in Lumasaaba 12.00-12.40 Moritz Neugebauer (University of Cologne) How prosodic licensing shapes feature geometry

MIDDAY MEAL: 12.40-1.40
1.40-2.20 Catherine Ringen & Binnan Gao (University of Iowa) On the issue of phonetics in phonology: Chinese Diminutive Suffixation
2.20-3.00 Martin Kramer (University of Ulster at Jordanstown) The root-affix metaconstraint and its reversal in vowel harmony
3.00-3.40 Stuart Davis (Indiana University) The foot alignment analysis of the feature [spread glottis] in American English

3.40 End of the 10mfm...

Peggy Afuta (Universite Paris 7) Representation of syllabic consonants and statement of a final site in Yiddish

Zsuzsanna Barkanyi (Hungarian Academy of Sciences) The phonotactics of word-initial consonant clusters in Slovak

Katalin Balogne Berces (ELTE, Budapest) English stop allophones and the cross-word puzzle

Sylvia Blaho (Pazmany Peter Catholic University/ Eotvos Lorand University) Representing length in autosegmental frameworks

Eulalia Bonet (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona) & Maria-Rosa Lloret (Universitat de Barcelona) Domain effects in Catalan epenthesis

Angela Carpenter (University of Massachusetts) Omission of unstressed syllables: functional vs lexical

Isabelle Darcy (Laboratoire de Sciences Cognitives et Psycholinguistique, EHESS, Paris/Institut fur Allgemeine und Vergleichende Sprachwissenschaft, Universitat Mainz) Crosslinguistic study of compensation for phonological variation

Angela Grimm (University of Osnabrueck/University of Groningen) The distribution of consonantal POA-features of a child acquiring German

Christine Haunz (University of Edinburgh) The role of speech perception in the adaptation of loanwords

Patrick Honeybone & Kevin Watson (Edge Hill College) Visarga in pausa in Liverpool English

Juhee Lee (University of Essex) The phonological lexicon

Cheung-shing Samuel Leung & Lydia So (University of Hong Kong) Acquisition of stops in three dialects of Chinese

Mitsuhiko Ota (University of Edinburgh) The development of pitch contours: sorting out lexical and phrasal factors

Tobias Scheer (University of Nice) There is no extrasyllabicity

Magdalena Wrembel (A. Mickiewicz University, Poznan) A model of phonological acquisition within the framework of Natural Phonology

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