OCP 19+ Basque Country  26/01/22 - 28/01/22
26 ene, 8:00 – 28 ene, 20:00
DONOSTIA,
University of Deusto, Donostia Campus, Mundaitz Kalea, 50, 20012 Donostia, Gipuzkoa, Spain
 

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CALL FOR PAPERS

The Old World Conference on Phonology (OCP) welcomes submissions on any topic in phonology from any theoretical perspective and methodology. We invite abstracts for talks (20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes of discussion) or posters.

We are planning for a hybrid conference: most presentations are planned to be in person - but we will be streaming all lectures live and collecting questions in real time.

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SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

We welcome submissions on any topic in phonology from any theoretical perspective and methodology. We invite abstracts for talks (20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes of discussion) or posters.

Each individual may submit a maximum of one abstract as first author (or sole author), and a maximum of two abstracts in total. Abstracts will be blindly peer-reviewed by an international panel of reviewers.

Abstract guidelines

  • English

  • Maximum 2 pages of A4 paper, including references, examples, tables, and figures

  • 12 pt Times New Roman font

  • 2.54 cm (one inch) margins on all sides

  • Anonymous

  • PDF format

Abstracts not following these guidelines will not be reviewed.

Abstract submission, reviewing, and notification of acceptance will be handled using Easy Chair.

 

DAILY SCHEDULE

26/01/22

Workshop connecting experimental work on dyslexia and theoretical phonology

27/01/22

Workshop exploring grammatical and extra-grammatical, internal and external factors that drive and shape the change of phonological systems over time.

28/01/22

MAIN SESSION

This will be a selection of the best talks that have been submitted for the general session. As well our plenary speakers. Program to appear.

 

INVITED SPEAKERS

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USHA GOSWAMI

Centre for Neuroscience in Education, University of Cambridge

Workshop: Phonology and Dyslexia

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ALAN C. L. YU

University of Chicago

Workshop: Phonology and Dyslexia

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JULIETTE BLEVINS

CUNY, Graduate Center

Workshop: Understanding Sound Change

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STEFANO CORETTA

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

Workshop: Understanding Sound Change

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FRANCESC TORRES-TAMARIT

CNRS FSL UMR-7023 - Paris

Main session

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TOBIAS SCHEER

CNRS - BCL - UMR 7320, Nice

Main session

 

MAIN SESSION (28/01)

09:00 – 09:05

Opening remarks

09:05 – 10:05

Plenary (onsite)

A Formal Typological Model of Metaphony in Proparoxytones

Francesc Torres-Tamarit (CNRS, SFL 7023)

10:05 – 10:20

Coffee Break

10:20 – 10:45

Three language-specific phonological interpretations of final release bursts and vowel-like formants (online)

Silke Hamann (Amsterdam) & Veronica Miatto (Stony Brook)

10:45 – 11:10

Phonotactic well-formedness is recombinant (onsite)

Ignas Rudaitis (Vilnius)

11:10 – 11:35

A Fully Phonological Derivation of the Italian Present Subjunctive (onsite)

Nicola Lampitelli (CNRS, LLL 7270 & Tours) & Shanti Ulfsbjorninn (Deusto)

11:35 – 13:00

Lunch

13:00 – 13:30

Lightning Talks (Posters)

2 minute prerecorded video + Discussion

13:30 – 13:55

The Unbearable Lightness of Being High: Openness as Structure and the Consequences for Prosody (online)

Markus Alexander Pöchtrager (Vienna)

13:55 – 14:20

Vowel allophony in Ness Gaelic: Phonetic and phonological patterns of laxing and retraction (online)

Donald Alasdair Morrison (Manchester)

14:20 – 14:45

Alignment of rising pitch accents in Iron Ossetic is motivated by moraic structure (online)

Lena Borise (Hungarian Research Centre for Linguistics) & David Erschler (Ben Gurion University of the Negev)

14:45 – 15:00

Coffee Break

15:00 – 15:25

An interaction of type and token frequency determines the stability of morphophonological patterns (online)

Bartlomiej Czaplicki (Warsaw)

15:25 – 16:00

Interaction between subcategorization and phonological constraints: an argument for a mixed model of PCSA (onsite)

Sebastian Bredemann (Goethe, Frankfurt am Main)

16:00 – 16:25

The rhythm in Catalan hexasyllables: personal style and grammar limitations (online)

Jesús Jiménez (Valencia)

16:25 – 16:55

Lightning talks (Poster 2)

2 minute prerecorded video + Discussion

16:55 – 17:20

The Obligatory Contour Principle Effects in Phonological Learning (online)

Shuxiao Gong (Kansas) & Jie Zhang (Kansas)

17:20 – 17:45

Constraints on doubling are amodal: evidence from ASL signers (online)

Iris Berent (Northeastern) & Qathy Andan (Northeastern) & Outi Bat-El (Tel Aviv) & Diane Brentari (Chicago)

17:45 – 18:00

Break

18:00 – 19:00

Plenary

3X Phonology (onsite)

Tobias Scheer (CNRS, BCL 7320, Côte d'Azur)

Poster Session 1

Fed counterfeeding with optional processes in Canary Islands Spanish  (onsite and online)

(first alternant)

Karolina Broś (Warsaw) & Aleksei Nazarov (Utrecht)

There is no Uniquely Optimal Sonority Hierarchy: A Phonotactic Investigation of 496 Languages Adopting 40 Sonority Hierarchies (online)

Ruihua Yin (Queensland)

Silent lateral actors in Arabic (online)

Edoardo Cavirani (KU Leuven)

Exceptional phonotactic patterns and pointed empty nuclei (online)

Semra Baturay Meral (Yıldız Teknik) & Marc Van Oostendorp (Meertens & Radboud)

Intonation contour and stress in European Portuguese: A nonce word experiment (online)

Shu-Hao Shih (National Taiwan University)

The ‘invariable’ de-Element and the Indefiniteness in a minority Gallo-Romance language (Franco-Provençal) and in Gallo-Italian Northern dialects (online)

Michela Russo (Lyon 3 & Paris 8)

Phonologically-conditioned but non-optimizing reduplicant shape in Wubuy (Gunwinyguan; Australia) (online)

Peter Nyhuis (Melbourne)

Poster Session 2

Minimality, prosodic hierarchy and melodic content in hypocoristic formations (onsite)

Mohamed Lahrouchi (CNRS, SFL 7023)


Lexical and non-lexical tones in Basque revisited (online)

Gorka Elordieta (EHU/UPV) & Ander Egurtzegi (CNRS, IKER UMR5478)

A new templatic account for phonology-morphology interface (online)

Semra Baturay Meral (Yıldız Teknik)

Hypocoristics in Chilean Spanish: A Stratal OT approach (online)

Matthew King (Edinburgh)

Clitic pronouns in Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian (BCS): Lexical representations do not include Prosodic Prespecification (online)

Audrey Laurin (UQAM) & Heather Newell (UQAM)

The [n̩]s and outs of syllabic consonants in Yiddish (online)

Noam Faust (Paris 8)

Subsegmental motivations for variation and change (online)

Jeffrey Lamontagne (Indiana)


 

ORGANISERS

Anastasia Klimovich-Gray (BCBL)

Ander Egurtzegi (CNRS-IKER)

Gorka Elordieta (UPV/EHU)

Shanti Ulfsbjorninn & Ane Berro (Deusto)

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BCBL

The Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language is a world class interdisciplinary research center for the study of cognition, brain and language jointly founded by Innobasque, Ikerbasque, UPV-EHU and the Government of Gipuzkoa.

https://www.bcbl.eu/en

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UNIVERSITY OF DEUSTO

The University of Deusto, run by the Society of Jesus, is one of Spain and the Basque Country’s leading universities. It is the oldest private university in Spain with Campuses in Bilbao, Donostia and Madrid.

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CNRS IKER UMR 5478

CNRS Research Centre specialising in Basque language and texts. IKER (UMR 5478). Located in Bayonne.

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HITT - UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY (UPV/EHU)

HITT (Hizkuntzalaritza Teorikorako Taldea) studies the human language faculty from a Generative perspective. It is the chief laboratory of its type in the Basque Country. EHU is one of the leading universities in Spain. Located throughout the territory, HITT is based in Vitoria-Gasteiz.

 
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University of Deusto, Donostia Campus

Mundaitz Kalea, 50, 20012 Donostia, Gipuzkoa.

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