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The 9th Manchester Phonology Meeting

University of Manchester, 24-26 May 2001

Final Programme

Thursday 24 May 2001
12.00-13.00 REGISTRATION
13.00-14.00 BUFFET LUNCH
14.00-14.45 Tone in Luganda: imperfect faithfulness and conspiracies - Francis Katamba (Lancaster University)
14.45-15.30 Transparency in nasal harmony - Elsa Gomez-Imbert (Universite de Toulouse-Le Mirail)
15.30-16.15 Segmental conditions on affix placement as positional faithfulness: Chamorro and elsewhere - Thomas Klein (University of Manchester)
16.15-16.45 TEA
16.45-17.30 Vowel harmony in KaleuN: an input-driven account - Larry Hyman (University of California, Berkeley & ERSS (UMR 5610), CNRS & Universite de Toulouse-Le Mirail)
17.30-18.15 Panini's theorem and the relative invariance of stops - Glyne Piggott (McGill University)
18.15 onwards Setting up poster display

Friday 25 May 2001
09.00-09.45 The historical development of a phonological rarity: post-nasalised stops in Lancashire dialects - Mark Jones (University of Cambridge)
09.45-10.30 Government Phonology and the syllabic consonants of British English - Zoe Toft (SOAS, University of London)
10.30-10.45 COFFEE
10.45-11.30 Syllabic functions: evidence from Amazonia - Dan Everett (University of Manchester)
11.30-13.00 POSTER SESSION
13.00-14.00 BUFFET LUNCH
14.00-18.00 Special session on phonology and syntax - the same or different?
(organised by Patrick Honeybone)
14.00-14.30 Elisabeth Delais-Roussarie (CNRS UMR 5610 / ERSS Toulouse): Are there really phonological constituents at the phrasal level? abstract
14.30-15.00 Geoff Poole (University of Newcastle upon Tyne): Syntactic vs. phonological displacement: some empirical considerations abstract
15.00-15.30 Monik Charette (SOAS, University of London): A Government Phonology view abstract
15.30-16.00 TEA
16.00-16.30 Phil Carr (Universite Montpellier III): UG and syntax-phonology parallelisms abstract
16.30-17.00 Ricardo Bermudez-Otero & Kersti Borjars (both University of Manchester): An OT view abstract
17.00-18.00 Questions and general discussion

Saturday 26 May 2001
09.00-09.45 Rhythm and clash in the western dialect of Tohono O'odham - Colleen M. Fitzgerald (State University of New York, Buffalo)
09.45-10.30 Beyond OT: Dynamic Phonology - Andrea Calabrese (University of Connecticut)
10.30-10.45 COFFEE
10.45-11.30 Syntactic variation from prosodic variation: enclitics in Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian - Rob O'Connor (University of Manchester)
11.30-12.15 The timing of ambient language influence on infant vocal production: the case of long medial consonants - Marilyn Vihman, S. Makai & S. Kunnari (University of Wales Bangor)
12.15-13.00 On the categorical nature of coarticulation and other interpolative gestures - Daniel Silverman (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
13.00-14.00 BUFFET LUNCH
14.00-14.45 The information cycle: consonant clustering effects in Cypriot Greek - John Harris (University College London)
14.45-15.30 Why phonology is plural - April McMahon (University of Sheffield)

!!!Speakers and poster presenters are asked to bring
50 copies of their handouts



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Last updated 21 May 2001.  Moved to the mfm website in Edinburgh in March 2006.