May 30, 2015

Summer Phonetics/Phonology Workshop

The CRC-Sponsored CRC-Sponsored Summer Phonetics/Phonology Workshop will be taking place on Monday, June 8, 2015, in Woodsworth College room 119. Coffee will be available starting at 8:45 AM, and the talks will begin at 9:00.

The workshop has been organised by Manami Hirayama (Ph.D. 2009, now at Ritsumeikan University), Peter Jurgec (faculty), Yoonjung Kang (faculty), Alexei Kochetov (faculty), Keren Rice (faculty), and Jessamyn Schertz (postdoc).

Departmental members and alumni taking part in the workshop are:

Peter Avery (Ph.D. 1996, now at York University):
Is there a tone-voice interaction in Dholuo transitive-antipassive alternations?

Jack Chambers (faculty) and Erin Hall (Ph.D.):
The Melky Way

4:15 Frederick Gietz (MA/incoming Ph.D. student), Peter Jurgec (faculty), and Maida Percival (MA 2014/incoming Ph.D. student):
Shifting in Harmonic Serialism

Erin Hall (Ph.D.):
Canadian Raising in young Toronto speakers

Manami Hirayama (Ph.D. 2009, now at Ritsumeikan University, UofT Linguistics)
(Non)incomplete neutralization in voiced obstruents in Japanese

Phil Howson (Ph.D.):
The acoustic pro file of a natural class: the rhotics

Alexei Kochetov (Ph.D.) and colleague N. Sreedevi (All India Institute of Speech
and Hearing):
An ultrasound and acoustic investigation of Kannada a ffricates

Yining Nie (MA):
Contrast and preservation in derived environment effects (B. Elan Dresher Phonology Prize Talk)

Iryna Osadcha (Ph.D.):
Lexical stress in Proto-Slavic: from pitch accent to stress accent

Maida Percival (MA 2014/incoming Ph.D. student):
A cross-linguistic comparison of laryngeal stop contrasts in Dene

Jessamyn Schertz (postdoc) and Yoonjung Kang (faculty):
Cross-language perception tasks: the role of acoustics vs. experience

Jim Smith (Ph.D.):
Sociophonetic variation of Northern Ontario English vowels: Canadian Shift in two non-urban communities

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