Sabine Arndt-Lappe, Gero Kunter, Ruben van de Vijver und Fabian Tomaschek

AG 1 Variation and phonetic detail in spoken morphology

Building K1, room 11.32

Kurzbeschreibung / / short description

There is growing evidence that some of the assumptions of morphophonological theory are challenged when tested against spoken data. For instance, the stress pattern of morphologically complex words has been found to be much more variable than expected, and recent work has found structured variation in the phonemic detail of homophonous 
morphemes.
This workshop brings together work from different disciplines that study and model variation and phonetic detail in complex words, and it discusses the new insights that can be gained from spoken data about morphophonological variation.

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Organisatoren // organizers

Sabine Arndt-Lappe (Uni Trier)

Gero Kunter (Uni Düsseldorf)

Ruben Vijver (Uni Düsseldorf)

Fabian Tomaschek (Uni Tuebingen)

Ablauf // schedule

Mi., 07.03.2018 

13:45-14:15

Sabine Arndt-Lappe, Gero Kunter, Fabian Tomaschek, Ruben van deVijver
Introduction

14:15-15:15

Sharon Peperkamp (invited talk)
Competition between whole-word and decomposed representations of complex words: evidence from prefixed words in English (invited talk)

15:15-15:45

Swetlana Schuster & Aditi Lahiri
Morphological decomposition: all at once or step by step?

15:45-16:30

Kaffeepause / coffee break

16:30-17:00

Melanie Bell, Sonia Ben Hedia & Ingo Plag
Morphological gemination and boundary strength: Evidence from English compounds

17:00-17:30

Anna-Marleen Pessara
Phonetic realization of the phonological word boundary in German un-derivatives

17:30-18:00

Ingo Plag, Ute Marie Engemann and Gero Kunter
The effect of morphological boundaries on stem vowel duration in English

 

Do., 08.03.2018

9:00-9:30

Donald Alasdair Morrison
Vowel nasalisation in Scottish Gaelic: The search for paradigm uniformity effects in fine-grained phonetic detail

9:30-10:00

Storme Benjamin
A new case of paradigmatic contrast: Haitian Creole third person pronouns

10:00-10:30

Pia Bergmann
Phonetic reductions in conversation – With a focus on epistemic constructions in German

10:30-11:15

Kaffeepause / coffee break

11:15-11:45

Pepe Droste
Grammar and phonetic detail in spoken German: The case of haben

11:45-12:15           

Lei Wang and Carlos Gussenhoven
Towards an explanation of incomplete neutralization: Inhibited realizations of Kaifeng Mandarin sandhi tones

12:15-12:45

Inga Hennecke
Morphosyntactic patterns of schwa deletion in syntagmatic compounds and nominal syntagmas in French

12:45-13:45

Mittagspause / Lunch break

13:45-14:15

Fabian Tomaschek, Ingo Plag, Mirjam Ernestus, Haraald R. Baayen
How learning morpho-phonological relations affects phonetic encoding: Modeling the duration of morphemic and non-morphemic S

14:15-14:45

Sabine Arndt-Lappe and Javier Sanz Álvarez
Stress variability in English -ory derivatives: a nonce word study

 

Fr., 09.03.2018

11:45-12:45

Scott Seyfarth, Jozina Vander Klok and Marc Garellek (invited talk)
Investigating the relation between morphophonology and phonetics in Javanese verb prefixes 

12:45-13:15

Jessica Nieder & Ruben van de Vijver
Pluralization in the grammar of Native speakers: Phonotactics determines singular-plural mapping in Maltese

13:15-13:45

All participants

Final discussion